P Kanaroglou

McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Transportation, Geography
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Kyriakopoulou N, Photis YN, Kanaroglou P. (2016) Mathematical characterization of spatiotemporal congested traffic patterns: mixed speed data analysis in the greater Toronto and Hamilton area, Canada Transportation Planning and Technology. 39: 318-328
Higgins CD, Kanaroglou PS. (2016) Forty years of modelling rapid transit’s land value uplift in North America: moving beyond the tip of the iceberg Transport Reviews. 1-25
Sweet M, Kanaroglou P. (2016) Gender differences: The role of travel and time use in subjective well-being Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 40: 23-34
Higgins CD, Kanaroglou PS. (2016) A latent class method for classifying and evaluating the performance of station area transit-oriented development in the Toronto region Journal of Transport Geography. 52: 61-72
Adams MD, Kanaroglou PS. (2016) A criticality index for air pollution monitors Atmospheric Pollution Research. 7: 482-487
Rashidi TH, Kanaroglou P, Toop E, et al. (2015) Emissions and built form - An analysis of six Canadian cities Transportation Letters. 7: 80-91
Kanaroglou PS, Higgins CD, Chowdhury TA. (2015) Excess commuting: A critical review and comparative analysis of concepts, indices, and policy implications Journal of Transport Geography. 44: 13-23
Sweet MN, Harrison CJ, Kanaroglou PS. (2015) Gridlock in the Greater Toronto Area: Its geography and intensity during key periods Applied Geography. 58: 167-178
Papargyri E, Kanaroglou PS, Photis YN. (2014) Electric vehicles and traffic related pollution reduction: A simulation model for Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Global Nest Journal. 16: 753-761
Higgins CD, Ferguson MR, Kanaroglou PS. (2014) Light rail and land use change: Rail transit's role in reshaping and revitalizing cities Journal of Public Transportation. 17: 93-112
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