Multitasking

8.  Multitasking

  • “Who doesn’t mind waiting? Examining relationships between waiting attitudes and person- and travel-related attributes”, by F. Atiyya Shaw, Aliaksandr Malokin, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Giovanni Circella. Transportationhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-019-10054-2
  • “How attractive is it to use the internet while commuting?  A work-attitude-based segmentation of Northern California commuters”, by Sungtaek Choi and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research Part A 138, 2020, 37-50.
  • “How do passengers allocate and evaluate their travel time? Evidence from a survey on the Shanghai–Nanjing high speed rail corridor, China”, by Jia Tang, Feng Zhen, Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Transport Geography 85, 2020, 102701.
  • “It’s Not All Fun and Games: An Investigation of the Reported Benefits and Disadvantages of Conducting Activities while Commuting”, by F. Atiyya Shaw, Aliaksandr Malokin, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Giovanni Circella.  Travel Behaviour and Society 17, 2019, 8-25.  Selected for the journal’s Outstanding Paper Award for 2019.
  • “How Do Activities Conducted while Commuting Influence Mode Choice?  Using Revealed Preference Models to Inform Public Transportation Advantage and Autonomous Vehicle Scenarios”, by Aliaksandr Malokin, Giovanni Circella, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research A 124, 2019, 82-114.
  • “The Times They are A-changin’: What Do the Expanding Uses of Travel Time Portend for Policy, Planning, and Life?”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Record 2672(47), 2018, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198118798602.
  • “Travel-based Multitasking:  Modeling the Propensity to Conduct Activities while Commuting”, by Rosaria M. Berliner, Aliaksandr Malokin, Giovanni Circella, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. In progress, available from the authors.
  • “An Empirical Investigation of Attitudes toward Waiting on the Part of Northern California Commuters”, by Gouri Shankar Misra, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Keith F. Widaman.  Travel Behaviour and Society 2(2), 2015, 78-87.
  • “What Makes Travel Pleasant and/or Tiring? An Investigation Based on the French National Travel Survey”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Francis Papon, Matthieu Goulard, and Marco Diana.  Transportation 42(6), 2015, 1103-1128.  DOI 10.1007/s11116-014-9557-y.
  • “The Estimation of Changes in Rail Ridership through an Onboard Survey: Did Free Wi-Fi Make a Difference to Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor Service?” by Zhi Dong, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Giovanni Circella, and James R. Allison.  Transportation 42(1), 2015, 123-142.
  • A Conceptual Typology of Multitasking Behavior and Polychronicity Preferences”, by Giovanni Circella, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Laura K.Poff.  electronic International Journal of Time Use Research 9(1), 2012, 59-107.
  • Did Free Wi-Fi Make a Difference to Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor Service?  An Evaluation of the Impact on Riders and Ridership, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Amanda J. Neufeld, Zhi Dong, and Giovanni Circella.  Report to the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority, February 2013.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-13-03, Institute of Transpor­tation Studies, University of California, Davis.
  • A Survey of Multitasking by Northern California Commuters:  Description of the Data Collection Process, by Amanda J. Neufeld and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-12-32, Institute of Transpor­tation Studies, University of California, Davis.