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
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’ 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
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), 7189411, 2021
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
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
Modeling and Simulation of Pedestrian Movement Planning Around Corners
C Dias, M Abdullah, M Sarvi, R Lovreglio, W Alhajyaseen
Sustainability 11 (5501), 2019
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
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
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
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
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
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