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Tayo Fabusuyi: List of Publications

Tayo Fabusuyi is a research associate at UMTRI. His research interests are in Urban Systems and Operations Research, specifically designing and implementing initiatives that support sustainable and resilient communities. His research on mobility centers on the use of intelligent transportation systems and demand side initiatives to influence travel behavior. He holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University.

Peer reviewed publications (journal articles and conference proceedings)

  1. Fabusuyi T., and Hampshire R. C. “Rethinking Performance Based Parking Pricing: A Case Study of SFpark” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (In press). Reprinted as a practice ready paper, January 2018 Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting Proceedings, Washington D.C. Link
  2. Fabusuyi T. (2018) “Is crime a real estate problem? A case study of the neighborhood of East Liberty, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania” European Journal of Operational Research Volume 268, #3 Link
  3. Fabusuyi T., and Pfeffer J. “Applying a hybrid Inpt-Output Model and Network Analysis to Regional Economies. IEEE Smart Cities Conference (ISCS), Kansas City, MO 2018 Link
  4. Hampshire R.C., Simek C., Fabusuyi T., Di X., & Chen X. Measuring the Impact of an Unanticipated Disruption of On-Demand Ride Services in Austin, Texas. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 2018
  5. Cai Y., Li X., Fabusuyi T., Molnar L. J. & Hampshire R. C.  A Statewide Pedestrian Crash Risk Assessment for Michigan: An application of the Model of Pedestrian Demand (MoPED). Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C 2018
  6. Fabusuyi T., and Hampshire R, (2017). The Mode Most Traveled: Transportation Infrastructure Implications and Policy Responses. In: Geertman S. et al (eds) Planning Support Science for Smarter Urban Futures, Basel, Switzerland. Springer International Publishing Link
  7. Fabusuyi T., and Hampshire R. “Addressing Parking Challenges in Downtown Pittsburgh.” Proceedings of the 14thComputers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (CUPUM) Conference, Cambridge, MA, 2015
  8. Fabusuyi T., Hampshire R., Hill V. & Sasanuma K. (2014) “Decision Analytics for Parking Availability in Downtown Pittsburgh.” Interfaces Volume 44, #3 Link
  9. Fabusuyi T., Hampshire R., & Hill V. (2013) "Evaluation of a Smart Parking System", Transportation Research Records: Journal of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, # 2359 – Car Sharing, Demand Management and Parking. Washington D.C. Link
  10. Hampshire R.C., Fabusuyi T., Hill V. and Sasanuma K., ``Predictive Modeling for Smart Parking: Case of ParkPGH,” Proceedings of the 18th World Congress of the Intelligent Transportation Systems, Orlando, FL, 2011 Link

Preprints & Working Papers

  1. Hampshire, R. C., Simek, C., Fabusuyi, T., Di, X., & Chen, X. Measuring the Impact of an Unanticipated Disruption of On-Demand Ride Services in Austin, Texas. Revise and resubmit, Transportation Link
  2. Di, X., Fabusuyi, T., Simek, C., Chen, X., & Hampshire, R.C. “Inferred Switching Behavior in Response to Re-entry of Uber and Lyft: A Revealed Study in Austin, TX” Under Review, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems Link
  3. Fabusuyi, T. Conducting a Needs Assessment for the Design of a Smart Parking Application. Submitted, Case Studies on Transport Policy
  4. Fabusuyi, T., Hampshire R., & Qian S. “Profiling Commuters’ Travel Behavior in the Pacific States of the Continental United States. Link
  5. Cai Y., Li X., Fabusuyi T., Molnar L. J. & Hampshire R. C.  A Statewide Pedestrian Crash Risk Assessment for Michigan. To be submitted, Accident Analysis & Prevention

Other publications

  1. Fabusuyi T., and Hampshire R. C. “Predictive Parking” The Parking Professional (Magazine of the International Parking Institute), February 2012 Link

Technical Report

  1. Report # SPR-1651: Developing Michigan Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Models (with Hampshire, R., Molnar, L., Cao, A., Cai, Y., and Xiao, L.) Sponsoring agent: Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). May 2018. Report completed under contract # 2016-0068 Z1 Project Link