I am a Lecturer in Transport Engineering at the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne. I am also a member of the AIMES team in the Melbourne School of Engineering.
My research is focused on new methods to simulate, model, design and manage public transport, shared-mobility, and connected multimodal systems. I am also a Research Affiliate at Urban Mobility Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA). Prior to joining University of Melbourne, I was a senior researcher at Transit Lab and Urban Mobility Lab of MIT, where I closely collaborated with transport authorities in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.
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Consideration of different travel strategies and choice set sizes in transit path choice m..
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Consideration of different travel strategies and choice set sizes in transit path choice modelling
MN Hassan, TH Rashidi, N Nassir
Journal article | 2020 | Transportation
Path choice modelling is typically conducted by considering a subset of paths, not the universal set of all feasible paths as this..
A strategy-based recursive path choice model for public transit smart card data
N Nassir, M Hickman, ZL Ma
Journal article | 2019 | Transportation Research Part B: Methodological
© 2018 Elsevier Ltd A recursive logit model is proposed for path choice modeling with transit smart card data in higher-frequency ..
Bayesian Inference of Passenger Boarding Strategies at Express Stops with Real-Time Bus Arrival Information
N Nassir, Jinhua Zhao, John Attanucci, Frederick Salvucci, Nigel Wilson
Conference Proceedings | 2018
Efficient design of express and local bus services in urban corridors requires accurate understanding of the travel demand and het..
A study on the utilization of park-and-ride lots in South East Queensland
B Sharma, M Hickman, N Nassir
Conference Proceedings | 2016 | ATRF 2016 - Australasian Transport Research Forum 2016, Proceedings
This paper describes the utilization of park-and-ride (PNR) lots in South East Queensland (SEQ). In the literature, utilization of..
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Lecturer In Transport Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Queensland
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Arizona