Muhammad Abdullah
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Exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on travel behavior and mode preferences
M Abdullah, C Dias, D Muley, M Shahin
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 8, 100255, 2020
Measuring changes in travel behavior pattern due to COVID-19 in a developing country: A case study of Pakistan
M Abdullah, N Ali, SA Hussain, AB Aslam, MA Javid
Transport policy 108, 21-33, 2021
Role of transport during outbreak of infectious diseases: evidence from the past
D Muley, M Shahin, C Dias, M Abdullah
Sustainability 12 (18), 7367, 2020
Public transport versus solo travel mode choices during the COVID-19 pandemic: Self-reported evidence from a developing country
M Abdullah, N Ali, MA Javid, C Dias, T Campisi
Transportation engineering 5, 100078, 2021
Exploring the traveler’s intentions to use public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic while complying with precautionary measures
M Abdullah, N Ali, C Dias, T Campisi, MA Javid
Applied Sciences 11 (8), 3630, 2021
Factors affecting the mode choice behavior before and during COVID-19 pandemic in Pakistan
M Abdullah, N Ali, AB Aslam, MA Javid, SA Hussain
International journal of transportation science and technology 11 (1), 174-186, 2022
Structural equation modeling of public transport use with COVID-19 precautions: An extension of the norm activation model
MA Javid, M Abdullah, N Ali, C Dias
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 12, 100474, 2021
Service quality assessment of app-based demand-responsive public transit services in Lahore, Pakistan
M Abdullah, N Ali, SAH Shah, MA Javid, T Campisi
Applied Sciences 11 (4), 1911, 2021
Travelers’ attitudes toward mobile application–based public transport services in Lahore
MA Javid, N Ali, SA Hussain Shah, M Abdullah
Sage Open 11 (1), 2158244020988709, 2021
Extracting travelers’ preferences toward electric vehicles using the theory of planned behavior in Lahore, Pakistan
MA Javid, M Abdullah, N Ali, SAH Shah, P Joyklad, Q Hussain, ...
Sustainability 14 (3), 1909, 2022
Travelers’ adoption behavior towards electric vehicles in lahore, Pakistan: An extension of norm activation model (NAM) theory
M Ashraf Javid, N Ali, M Abdullah, T Campisi, SAH Shah
Journal of Advanced Transportation 2021, 1-14, 2021
Modeling and Simulation of Pedestrian Movement Planning Around Corners
C Dias, M Abdullah, M Sarvi, R Lovreglio, W Alhajyaseen
Sustainability 11 (5501), 2019
Accessibility-based approach: Shaping travel needs in pandemic situation for planners’ perspectives
N Ali, M Abdullah, MA Javid
Engineering Journal 25 (1), 15-22, 2021
Modeling trajectories and trajectory variation of turning vehicles at signalized intersections
C Dias, M Iryo-Asano, M Abdullah, T Oguchi, W Alhajyaseen
IEEE Access 8, 109821-109834, 2020
Exploring home-to-school trip mode choices in Kandy, Sri Lanka
C Dias, M Abdullah, R Lovreglio, S Sachchithanantham, M Rekatheeban, ...
Journal of transport geography 99, 103279, 2022
Integrating the Norm Activation Model (NAM) Theory in Explaining Factors Affecting Drivers’ Speeding Behaviour in Lahore
MA Javid, N Ali, M Abdullah, SAH Shah
KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 25 (7), 2701-2712, 2021
Travellers’ perceptions about ride-hailing services in Lahore: An extension of the theory of planned behavior
MA Javid, M Abdullah, N Ali
Asian Transport Studies 8, 100083, 2022
Influence of COVID-19 Mobility-Restricting Policies on Individual Travel Behavior in Malaysia
C Dias, N Abd Rahman, M Abdullah, NSA Sukor
Sustainability 13 (24), 13960, 2021
Structural equation modeling of drivers’ speeding behavior in Lahore: Importance of attitudes, personality traits, behavioral control, and traffic awareness
MA Javid, N Ali, SAH Shah, M Abdullah
Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions of Civil Engineering …, 2022
Analysis of driver’s socioeconomic characteristics relating to speeding behavior and crash involvement: A case study in Lahore
MA Javid, N Ali, M Abdullah, T Campisi, SAH Shah, S Suparp
Infrastructures 7 (2), 18, 2022
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