Tengattini, S., and A. Bigazzi, “Validation of an Outdoor Coast-Down Test to Measure Bicycle Resistance Parameters.” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, in press.
Bigazzi, A., and R. Lindsey, “A utility-based bicycle speed choice model with time and energy factors.” Transportation, in press.
Bigazzi, A. and A. Mohamed, “Motivation and Implementation of Traffic Management Strategies to Reduce Motor Vehicle Emissions in Canadian Cities.” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, in press.
Tengattini, S., and A. Bigazzi, “Context-Sensitive, First-Principles Approach to Bicycle Speed Estimation” IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Vol. 11, No. 7, pp. 411-416, 2017.
Bigazzi, A., and M. Rouleau, “Can Traffic Management Strategies Improve Urban Air Quality? A Review of the Evidence” Journal of Transport & Health, Vol. 7, Part B, pp. 111-124, 2017.
Abbott, N., and A. Bigazzi, “Utilizing Shared Parking to Mitigate Imbalanced Supply in a Dense Urban Neighborhood: Case Study in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada”, Transportation Research Record, No. 2651, pp. 92-100, 2017.
Broach, J. and A. Bigazzi, “Existence and Use of Low-Pollution Route Options for Observed Bicycling Trips“, Transportation Research Record, No. 2662, pp. 152-159, 2017.
“Determination of active travel speed for minimum air pollution inhalation”, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, vol. 11, pp. 221-229, 2017.,
Osama, A., T. Sayed and A. Bigazzi, “Models for estimating zone-level bike kilometers traveled using bike network, land use, and road facility variables.” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Planning, Vol. 96, pp. 14-28, 2017.
“Bicycle route preference and pollution inhalation dose: Comparing exposure and distance trade-offs”, Journal of Transport & Health, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 107-113, 2016.
Bigazzi, A., M. Figliozzi, W. Luo and J. Pankow, “Breath biomarkers to measure uptake of Volatile Organic Compounds by bicyclists.” Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 50, No. 10, pp. 5357-5363, 2016.
Refereed conference papers
Mohamed, A. and A. Bigazzi, “Generation of ‘Biking Schedules’ for Bicycle Travel Analysis.” 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 7-11 2018.
Bigazzi, A. and S. Gehrke, “Consideration of Energy Expenditure, Air Quality, and Safety in Cyclist Travel Decisions.” 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 7-11 2018.
El Masri, O. and A. Bigazzi, “Truck Travel and Emissions Reductions from New Communication Technology in Urban Aboriculture.” 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 7-11 2018.
Puscar, F., T. Sayed, A. Bigazzi and M. Zaki, “Multimodal Assessment of an Urban Intersection by Video Analysis of Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Motor Vehicle Traffic Conflicts and Violations.” 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 7-11 2018.
Tengattini, S., and A. Bigazzi, “A Field Bicycle Coast-Down Test to Measure Resistance Parameters.” 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 8-12 2017.
Bigazzi, A. and O. El Masri, “Does Traffic Management Really Reduce Emissions and Improve Air Quality?” Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, July 31, 2017.
Smith, C. “Bicycle Storage in Multifamily Housing.” American Planning Association National Conference, New York, New York, May 6-9, 2017.
Bigazzi, A. “Air pollution and active travelers: a closer look at breathing” Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Standing Committee on Transportation and Air Quality, Washington D.C., January 2017.
Bigazzi, A. “Toward a utility-based bicycle travel speed choice model.” Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning 56th Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, November 3-6, 2016.
Bigazzi, A. and J. Broach, “Comparing bicycle travel behavior with pollution exposure risk.” Transportation Planning and Air Quality Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 4-5, 2016.
El Masri, O. and A. Bigazzi, “Travel between Classes at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver: A Study of Walking Distances on a Large Campus.” December 2017.