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Maria Bordagaray
Maria Bordagaray
PhD student in Transportation Engineering (University of Cantabria)
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Modelling user perception of bus transit quality considering user and service heterogeneity
M Bordagaray, L dell'Olio, A Ibeas, P Cecín
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10 (8), 705-721, 2014
1782014
Modelling parking choices considering user heterogeneity
A Ibeas, L Dell’Olio, M Bordagaray, JD Ortúzar
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 70, 41-49, 2014
1222014
Capturing the conditions that introduce systematic variation in bike-sharing travel behavior using data mining techniques
M Bordagaray, L Dell’Olio, A Fonzone, Á Ibeas
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 71, 231-248, 2016
862016
Modeling user perception of public bicycle services
M Bordagaray, A Ibeas, L Dell’Olio
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 54, 1308-1316, 2012
742012
Modeling the effects of pro bicycle infrastructure and policies toward sustainable urban mobility
L dell’Olio, A Ibeas, M Bordagaray, JDD Ortúzar
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 140 (2), 04014001, 2014
442014
A methodology to promote sustainable mobility in college campuses
L Dell’Olio, M Bordagaray, R Barreda, A Ibeas
Transportation Research Procedia 3, 838-847, 2014
392014
dell’Olio, L., Fonzone, A., & Ibeas, Á.(2016). Capturing the conditions that introduce systematic variation in bike-sharing travel behavior using data mining techniques
M Bordagaray
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 71, 231-248, 0
28
Modeling the service quality of public bicycle schemes considering user heterogeneity
M Bordagaray, L Dell’Olio, Á Ibeas, R Barreda, B Alonso
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 9 (8), 580-591, 2015
272015
A bilevel mathematical programming model to optimize the design of cycle paths
I Gaspar, J Benavente, M Bordagaray, B Alonso, JL Moura, Á Ibeas
Transportation Research Procedia 10, 423-432, 2015
152015
Considerations about the analysis of ITS data of bicycle sharing systems
M Bordagaray, A Fonzone, L dell’Olio, A Ibeas
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 162, 340-349, 2014
82014
dell’Olio, L., Ibeas, A., Cecín, P., 2014. Modelling user perception of bus transit quality considering user and service heterogeneity. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10 …
M Bordagaray
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dell’Olio, L., Ibeas, A., & Cecín, P.(2014). Modelling user perception of bus transit quality considering user and service heterogeneity. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science …
M Bordagaray
5
From transit systems to models: data representation and collection
K Noekel, G Gentile, E Nathanail, A Fonzone, K Noekel, G Gentile, ...
Modelling Public Transport Passenger Flows in the Era of Intelligent …, 2016
42016
Optimization of cycle paths with mathematical programming
RJ Lińán, I Gaspar, M Bordagaray, JL Moura, A Ibeas
Transportation Research Procedia 3, 848-855, 2014
42014
Discrete choice models to determine high-speed passenger stop under emergency conditions
R Sańudo, M Bordagaray, L dell’Olio, Á Ibeas
Transportation research procedia 3, 234-240, 2014
32014
Applications and Future Developments: Modelling the Diversity and Integration of Transit Modes
I Andreasson, F Leurent, F Corman, L dell’Olio, F Leurent, F Leurent, ...
Modelling Public Transport Passenger Flows in the Era of Intelligent …, 2016
2016
The experimental approach to transit assignment models
A Fonzone, M Bordagaray, A Rodriguez, MN Postorino, G Gentile, ...
2016
Methodological approach for assessing the demand and quality of bike-sahring systems using manual and automatic data
M Bordagaray Azpiazu
2015
Modelling the Service Quality of Public Bicycle Schemes Considering User Heterogeneity
M Bordagaray Azpiazu, Á Ibeas Portilla, MR Barreda Montequín, ...
Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2015
2015
A bilevel mathematical programming model to optimize the design of cycle paths
I Gaspar Erburu, J Benavente Ponce, M Bordagaray Azpiazu, ...
Elsevier, 2015
2015
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