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Potential uptake and willingness-to-pay for Mobility as a Service (MaaS): A stated choice study
CQ Ho, DA Hensher, C Mulley, YZ Wong
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 117, 302-318, 2018
3082018
Public preferences for mobility as a service: Insights from stated preference surveys
CQ Ho, C Mulley, DA Hensher
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 131, 70-90, 2020
2132020
Understanding Mobility as a Service (MaaS): Past, present and future
DA Hensher, C Mulley, C Ho, Y Wong, G Smith, JD Nelson
Elsevier, 2020
1912020
Mobility as a service and private car use: Evidence from the Sydney MaaS trial
DA Hensher, CQ Ho, DJ Reck
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 145, 17-33, 2021
1562021
Intra-household interactions in transport research: a review
C Ho, C Mulley
Transport Reviews 35 (1), 33-55, 2015
1192015
Tour-based mode choice of joint household travel patterns on weekend and weekday
C Ho, C Mulley
Transportation 40, 789-811, 2013
1112013
Mobility as a service in community transport in Australia: Can it provide a sustainable future?
C Mulley, C Ho, C Balbontin, D Hensher, L Stevens, JD Nelson, S Wright
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 131, 107-122, 2020
992020
Multiple purposes at single destination: A key to a better understanding of the relationship between tour complexity and mode choice
CQ Ho, C Mulley
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 49, 206-219, 2013
872013
MaaS bundle design
DJ Reck, DA Hensher, CQ Ho
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 141, 485-501, 2020
772020
Drivers of participant’s choices of monthly mobility bundles: Key behavioural findings from the Sydney Mobility as a Service (MaaS) trial
CQ Ho, DA Hensher, DJ Reck
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 124, 102932, 2021
672021
Intra-household Interactions in tour-based mode choice: The role of social, temporal, spatial and resource constraints
C Ho, C Mulley
Transport Policy 38, 52-63, 2015
622015
MaaS bundle design and implementation: Lessons from the Sydney MaaS trial
CQ Ho, DA Hensher, DJ Reck, S Lorimer, I Lu
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 149, 339-376, 2021
522021
Identifying preferences for public transport investments under a constrained budget
DA Hensher, C Ho, C Mulley
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 72, 27-46, 2015
522015
Comparing best-worst and ordered logit approaches for user satisfaction in transit services
E Echaniz, CQ Ho, A Rodriguez, L dell'Olio
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 130, 752-769, 2019
432019
Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach
C Mulley, C Ho, L Ho, D Hensher, J Rose
Transport policy 69, 88-97, 2018
382018
Efficient contracting and incentive agreements between regulators and bus operators: The influence of risk preferences of contracting agents on contract choice
DA Hensher, C Ho, L Knowles
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 87, 22-40, 2016
362016
Random regret minimization and random utility maximization in the presence of preference heterogeneity: an empirical contrast
DA Hensher, WH Greene, CQ Ho
Journal of Transportation Engineering 142 (4), 04016009, 2016
342016
Experience conditioning in commuter modal choice modelling–Does it make a difference?
DA Hensher, CQ Ho
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 95, 164-176, 2016
322016
Resurgence of demand responsive transit services–Insights from BRIDJ trials in inner west of Sydney, Australia
S Perera, C Ho, D Hensher
Research in Transportation Economics 83, 100904, 2020
312020
Prospects for switching out of conventional transport services to mobility as a service subscription plans–A stated choice study
C Ho, DA Hensher, C Mulley, Y Wong
International Conference Series on Competition and Ownership in Land …, 2017
302017
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