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Naveen Eluru
University of Central Florida, Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering
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University of Central Florida  
407 823-4815
Dernières publications
Morency P., Plante C., Dubé A.-S., Goudreau S., Morency Catherine, Bourbonnais P.L., Eluru Naveen, Tetreault L.-F., Hatzopoulou Marianne, Iraganaboina N.C., Bhowmik T., Smargiassi A., The potential impacts of urban and transit planning scenarios for 2031 on car use and active transportation in a metropolitan area, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 17(14), 15 pages, 2020

Smargiassi A., Plante C., Morency P., Hatzopoulou Marianne, Morency Catherine, Eluru Naveen, Tetreault L.-F., Goudreau S., Bourbonnais P.L., Bhowmik T., Shekarrizfard M., Iraganaboina N.C., Environmental and health impacts of transportation and land use scenarios in 2061, Environmental Research, vol. 187, #109622, 8 pages, 2020

Anowar S., Yasmin S., Eluru Naveen, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Analysis of vehicle ownership evolution in Montreal, Canada using pseudo panel analysis, Transportation, vol. 43(3), pp. 531-548, 2016

Sider T., Goulet-Langlois G., Eluru Naveen, Hatzopoulou Marianne, Quantifying the effects of input aggregation and model randomness on regional transportation emission inventories, Transportation, 43, 315-335, 2016

Anowar S., Eluru Naveen, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., A joint econometric analysis of temporal and spatial flexibility of activities, vehicle type choice and primary driver selection, Journal of Transportation Research Records, vol. 2495, pp. 32-41, 2015

Legrain A.K., Eluru Naveen, El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Am stressed, must travel: The relationship between mode choice and commuting stress, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, vol. 34, pp. 141-151, 2015

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