Robert B. Noland spends much of his time researching Transport engineering, Trip generation, TRIPS architecture, Map matching and Global Positioning System. His studies in Transport engineering integrate themes in fields like Fixed effects model and Econometrics. His Trip generation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Smoothing, Microsimulation and Traffic flow.
As part of one scientific family, Robert B. Noland deals mainly with the area of TRIPS architecture, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mode choice, and often Taxis, Marginal cost, Advertising, Private transport and Reliability. The concepts of his Map matching study are interwoven with issues in Algorithm and Intelligent transportation system. His study in Algorithm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Optimal estimation and Telematics.
Robert B. Noland mainly investigates Transport engineering, Public transport, Pedestrian, TRIPS architecture and Econometrics. His work on Transit-oriented development as part of general Transport engineering research is frequently linked to Injury prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Negative binomial distribution, bridging the gap between disciplines. Robert B. Noland combines subjects such as Economies of agglomeration, Demographic economics and Travel behavior with his study of Public transport.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer security, VisSim, Simulation and Data collection in addition to Pedestrian. His research integrates issues of Meteorology and Land use in his study of TRIPS architecture. His Econometrics research integrates issues from Labour economics and Gasoline.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transport engineering, TRIPS architecture, Transit-oriented development, Public transport and Land use. Transport engineering is represented through his Pedestrian and Mode choice research. His study on Trip generation is often connected to Lower income as part of broader study in TRIPS architecture.
Robert B. Noland has researched Transit-oriented development in several fields, including Civic engagement, Social capital, Rail transit and Valuation. His Public transport research incorporates themes from Economies of agglomeration, Marketing and Travel behavior. Robert B. Noland focuses mostly in the field of Economies of agglomeration, narrowing it down to matters related to Service and, in some cases, Demographic economics.
Transport engineering, TRIPS architecture, Land use, Public transport and Transit-oriented development are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Transport engineering, such as Pedestrian, overlaps with other areas such as Project management. Robert B. Noland has included themes like Snow, Meteorology, Precipitation and Mode choice in his TRIPS architecture study.
His studies in Land use integrate themes in fields like Natural resource economics, Operations management and Built environment. His Public transport research incorporates elements of Economies of agglomeration, Service, Demographic economics and Travel behavior. The various areas that Robert B. Noland examines in his Transit-oriented development study include Focus group, Valuation and Interview.
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Current map-matching algorithms for transport applications: State-of-the art and future research directions
Mohammed A. Quddus;Washington Y. Ochieng;Robert B. Noland.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2007)
A meta-analysis of estimates of urban agglomeration economies
Patricia C. Melo;Daniel J. Graham;Robert B. Noland.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2009)
Travel time variability: a review of theoretical and empirical issues
Robert B. Noland;John W. Polak.
A general map matching algorithm for transport telematics applications
Mohammed A. Quddus;Washington Yotto Ochieng;Lin Zhao;Robert B. Noland.
Gps Solutions (2003)
Travel-time uncertainty, departure time choice, and the cost of morning commutes
Robert B Noland;Kenneth A Small.
Transportation Research Record (1995)
An analysis of motorcycle injury and vehicle damage severity using ordered probit models.
Mohammed Abdul Quddus;Robert B. Noland;Hoong Chor Chin.
Journal of Safety Research (2002)
Relationships between highway capacity and induced vehicle travel
Robert B Noland.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (2001)
A review of the evidence for induced travel and changes in transportation and environmental policy in the US and the UK
Robert B. Noland;Lewison L. Lem.
Transportation Research Part D-transport and Environment (2002)
VALUATION OF TRAVEL-TIME SAVINGS AND PREDICTABILITY IN CONGESTED CONDITIONS FOR HIGHWAY USER-COST ESTIMATION
K A Small;R Noland;X Chu;D Lewis.
NCHRP Report (1999)
A spatially disaggregate analysis of road casualties in England.
Robert B. Noland;Mohammed Abdul Quddus.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2004)
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