Telecommuting

2.1  Adoption of Telecommuting

  • “Factors Influencing Full-day, Part-day and Overtime Telecommuting: An Investigation of Northern California Workers”, by Huijing Deng, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Giovanni Circella.  Under review.
  • “Home-based Telecommuting and Intra-household Interactions in Work and Non-work Travel: A Seemingly Unrelated Censored Regression Approach”, by Seung-Nam Kim, Sangho Choo, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research Part A 80, 2015, 197-214.
  • The Impact of the Residential Built Environment on Work at Home Adoption and Frequency:  An Example from Northern California, by Wei Tang, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Journal of Transportation and Land Use 4(3)(Fall), 2011, 3-22
  • “Telework Reflections”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  In P. Jackson and B. Rapp, eds.  Organisation and Work Beyond 2000.  Berlin:  Springer-Verlag, 2003, pp. 153-155.
  • Modeling the Choice of Telecommuting:  Setting the Context, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Ilan Salomon.  Environment and Planning A 26(5), 1994, 749-766.  An abridged version also appears as “Factors in the Adoption of Telecommuting”, Chapter 3 in F. van Reisen and M. Tacken, eds., A Future of Telework:  Towards a New Urban Planning Concept, Netherlands Geographical Studies 189, 1995, 39-53.
  • Defining Telecommuting, by Patricia Lyon Mokhtarian, Transportation Research Record 1305, 1991, 273-281.
  • Telecommuting Centers in California:  1991 – 1997, by Carol Buckinger, Francisca Mar, Patricia Mokhtarian, and John Wright.  Prepared for the Federal Highway Administration and the Cali­for­nia Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-97-16, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, September 1997.
  • Residential Area-Based Offices Project: Final Report on Telecenter Operations“, by Carol Buckinger, Francisca Mar, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Prepared for the Federal Highway Administration and the California Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-97-28, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, December 1997.
  • Residential Area-Based Offices Project:  Final Report on the Evaluation of Impacts, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Chaang-Iuan Ho, Shun Hung, Toan Lam, Elizabeth Raney, Lothlorien Red­mond, David M. Stanek, and Krishna V. Varma.  Prepared for the Federal Highway Adminis­tra­tion and the California Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-97-17, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, September 1997.
  • Telecommuting Centers and Related Concepts:  A Review of Practice, by Michael N. Bagley, Jill S. Mannering, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Prepared for the Federal Highway Adminis­tra­tion and the California Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-94-03, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, March 1994.
  • Adoption of Telecommuting in Two California State Agencies, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, Somitra Saxena, Srikanth Sampath, Peter Cheung, Kate Le, and Michael Bagley. Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-96-5, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, July 1995.
  • “Telecommuting: A Handbook to Help You Set Up a Program at Your Company”, by E. Shirazi, J. Fink, J. Pratt, P. Mokhtarian, G. Gordon, P. Conroy, C. McKeever, D. Carter, and E. Schreffler, and Telecommuting: A Guide for Executives, by J. Pratt, P. Mokhtarian, G. Gordon, P. Conroy, D. Carter, E.Schreffler, and E. Shirazi. California Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement, Sacramento, CA, September 1991.
  • “The Influence of Gender and Occupation on Individual Perceptions of Telecommuting”, by Michael N. Bagley, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Lisa Hulse.  Chapter 37, pp. 689-712, in the Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Women’s Travel Issues, Baltimore, Maryland, October 23-25, 1996.  Publication No. FHWA-PL-97-024 of the US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.
  • Why Don’t You Telecommute?“, by Ilan Salomon and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Access 10 (a publication of the University of California Transportation Center), Spring, 1997, 27-29.

 

2.2  Transportation/Air Quality Impacts of Telecommuting

  • Methodological Issues in the Estimation of Travel, Energy, and Air Quality Impacts of Telecommuting, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Susan L. Handy, and Ilan Salomon.  Transpor­tation Research A 29A(4), 1995, 283-302.  Reprinted in The Environment and Transport, eds. Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Kenneth J. Button, and Peter Nijkamp, (Vol. 4 in series on Environmental Analysis and Economic Policy, eds. Kenneth Button and Peter Nijkamp), Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 1999.  Reprinted as Chapter 25 inTransport and Information Systems, eds. Roger Stough, Yoshiro Higano, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp (Series on Classics in Transport Analysis, eds. Kenneth Button and Peter Nijkamp), Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2003, 388-407.
  • Telecommuting and Travel:  State of the Practice, State of the Art, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation 18(4), 1991, 319-342. Reprinted in Transportation Planning (Classics in Planning series), eds. Yoram Shiftan, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp.  Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar, 2007, Chapter 25, pp. 393-416.
  • “Telecommuting”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Ilan Salomon.  Entry in  A Dictionary of Transport Analysis, eds. Kenneth Button, Henry Vega, and Peter Nijkamp, Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar, forthcoming.
  • “At Issue:  Will Encouraging Telecommuting Decrease Traffic Congestion?”  (The ‘No’ Response), by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  The CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Researcher 8(30) (August 14), 1998, 713.
    [full text]  (search on “Mokhtarian”, and scroll toward the bottom of the ” Flexible Work Arrangements” report)
  • “Evaluation Report: Telecommuting Pilot Project”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Tom Brady, Kathy Yates, Waldo Lopez, and Nedra Bickel. Southern California Association of Governments and the Central City Association. Los Angeles, August 1988.
  • Residential Area-Based Offices Project: Interim Findings Report on the Evaluation of Impacts, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Narayan Balepur, Michelle Derr, Chaang-Iuan Ho, David M. Stanek, and Krishna Varma. Prepared for the Federal Highway Administration and the California Department of Transportation Office of Traffic Improvement. Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-96-11, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, November 1996.
  • An Evaluation of Telecommuting as a Trip Reduction Measure, by R. Kitamura, P. Mokhtarian, R. Pendyala, and K. Goulias. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Planning and Transport Research and Computation (PTRC), Education and Research Services Limited, University of Sussex, Brighton, England, September 1991, 69-80 (abstract refereed).
  • "Guest editorial", Transportation 18(4), Special Issue on Telecommunications and Travel Behavior. 1991.

 

 

2.3  Residential Location Impacts of Telecommuting

  • “The Seoul of Alonso: New Perspectives on Telecommuting and Residential Location from South Korea”, by Seung-Nam Kim, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Kun-Hyuck Ahn.  Urban Geography 33(8), 2012, 1163-1191.
  • “Does Telecommuting Really Save Commute Time?  Time, Distance, and Speed Evidence from State of California Workers”, by David T. Ory and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Chapter 15 in Tanja van der Lippe and Pascale Peters, eds., Competing Claims in Work and Family Life.  Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar, 2007, 249-267.
  • “Endbericht:  Die Langfristigen Auswirkungen von Telearbeit auf das Verkehrsverhalten und Umzugsentscheidungen (The Long-Term Effects of Telecommuting on Travel Behavior and Residential Location)”, by Carsten Gertz and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Report to BMW AG, Verkehrskonzepte Munchen, Germany, July 1999 (in German).

 

 

2.4  Cost-benefit Analysis of Telecommuting

  • The Costs and Benefits of Home-Based Telecommuting, by Kevan Shafizadeh, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Debbie A. Niemeier, and Ilan Salomon.  California PATH Research Report UCB-ITS-PRR-2000-20, prepared for Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways, University of California, under MOU 278, October 2000.