32. Drummond, J., and Hasnine, M.S. (2023) Did the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Impact Transportation Demand? A case study in New York City. Journal of Transport & Health.(In-press)
31.Drummond, J., and Hasnine, M.S. (2023) Online and In-store Shopping Behavior During COVID-19 Pandemic: Lesson Learned from a Panel Survey in New York City. Transportation Research Record (In-press). DOI:
30.Drummond, J., and Hasnine, M.S. (2023). Impact of the COVID-19 Vaccination on Bike Sharing Demand in NYC: An ARIMAX and Bayesian Time Series Analysis. Transportation Research Record (In-press).
29.Uddin, M., Hwang, H.L and Hasnine, M. S. (2023). Interpretable Machine Learning Approach to Understand Bikeshare Demand in New York City. Transportation Planning and Technology (In-press). DOI:
28.Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, M. S., Habib, K.M.N. (2023) Simultaneous capturing of flexible substitution pattern and complementary/ supplementary relationship in consideration set in mode choice modeling by using stated preference data. Transportation Research Record (In-press).
 27.Hasnine, M. S., Chung, B., Habib, K.M.N. (2022) How Far to Live and with Whom?  Role of Modal Accessibility on Living Arrangement and Distance. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 26.Sakai, T., Hara, Y., Seshadri, R., Alho, A. R., Hasnine, M. S., Jing, P., Chua, Z., & Ben-Akiva, M. (2022). Household-based e-commerce demand modeling for an agent-based urban transportation simulation platform. Transportation Planning and Technology (In-Press) DOI:
 25.Hossain, S., Hasnine, M.S., Habib, K.M.N. (2021). A Latent Joint Class Mode and Departure Time Choice Model for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Transportation. 48, 1217–1239 DOI: ResearchGate Link
 24.Kamel, I., Hasnine, M. S., Shalaby, A., Habib, K.N., Abdulhai, B. (2021). Integrated Framework of Departure Time Choice, Mode Choice, and Route Assignment for Large-Scale Networks. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 9(3), 1284-1297.  ResearchGate Link        
 23.Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, M.S., Habib, K.M.N. (2021). Modelling Second-Best Choices from the Choice Based Sample: Revelation of Potential Mode Switching Behaviour from Transit Passenger Surveys. Public Transport. (In Press)  ResearchGate Link
22 .Hasnine, M. S., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. (2021) Effects of Built Environment and Weather on Demands for Transportation Network Company Trips. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 150, 171-185.  ResearchGate Link
 21.Akbari, S., Hasnine, M.S., Papaioannou, E., Bernardino, A., & Habib, K. N. (2020). Home relocation and mobility tool ownership: Econometric investigations in the context of rising fuel prices in the Greater Toronto Area. Travel Behaviour and Society19, 8-19. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 20.Hasnine, M. S., Dianat, A., & Habib, K. N. (2020). Investigating the factors affecting the distance travel and health conditions of e-bike users in Toronto. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 8, 100265. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 19.Hasnine, M. S., Rashedi, Z., & Habib, K.M.N. (2020). Making use of elicited confidence ratings of the SP survey in a joint RP-SP model: a case study of commuting mode choices for TDM evaluations. Transportation Letters. 12(4), 274-287. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 18.Hasnine, M. S., Aboudina, A., Abdulhai, B., Habib, K.M.N. (2020) Mode shift impacts of optimal time-dependent congestion pricing in large networks: a simulation-based case study in the Greater Toronto Area. Case Studies on Transport Policy8(2), 542-552. DOI: v ResearchGate Link
 17.Azizisouldouz, S., Hasnine, M. S., Habib, K.M.N. (2020). The Potential Impacts of Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) on Pedestrians with Visual Impairment. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board2674(5) 183–195. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 16.Hasnine, M. S., Habib, K.M.N. (2021) Tour-based mode choice modelling as the core of an activity-based travel demand modelling framework: a review of state-of-the-art, Transport Reviews, 41(1), 5-26. DOI:  ResearchGate Link
 15.Hasnine, M. S., & Habib, K.M.N. (2020). Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Social Justice: A Case Study of Differential Impacts of TDM Strategies on Various Income Groups. Transport Policy94, 1-10. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 14.Hasnine, M. S., Graovac, A., Camargo, F., & Habib, K.M.N. (2019). A random utility- based measure of accessibility to transit: Accurate capturing of first-mile issue in urban transit. Journal of Transport Geography, 74, 313-320. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 13.Habib, K. N., & Hasnine, M.S., (2019). An econometric investigation of the influence of transit passes on transit users’ behavior in Toronto. Public Transport, 11(1), 111-133. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 12.Lin, T., Hasnine, M. S., & Habib, K. M. N. (2019). Influence of latent attitudinal factors on the multimodality of post-secondary students in Toronto. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 46(999), 251-260. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 11.Habib, K. N., Hasnine, M. S., & El-Assi, W. (2019). The role of station accessibility, multimodal competitions and contextual variables in retaining customer base of urban commuter rails. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 7(2), 404-413. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 10.Hasnine, M. S., & Habib, K.M.N. (2020). Modeling the dynamics between tour-based mode choices and tour-timing choices in daily activity scheduling. Transportation. 47, 2635–2669. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 9.Hasnine, M. S., Lin, T., Weiss, A., & Habib, K. N. (2018). Determinants of travel mode choices of post-secondary students in a large metropolitan area: The case of the city of Toronto. Journal of Transport Geography, 70, 161-171. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 8.Habib, K.M.N., Weiss, A., & Hasnine, M. S. (2018). On the heterogeneity and substitution patterns in mobility tool ownership choices of post-secondary students in Toronto. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 116, 650-665. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 7.Hasnine, M. S., & Habib, K.M.N. (2018). What about the Dynamics in Daily Travel Mode Choices? A Dynamic Discrete Choice Approach for Tour-based Mode Choice Modeling. Transport Policy, 71,70-80. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 6.Habib, K. N., El-Assi, W., Hasnine, M. S., & Lamers, J. (2017). Daily activity-travel scheduling behavior of non-workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice97, 1-16. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 5.Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, M. S., Mendonca, M., & Habib, K. N. (2017). Ex Ante and Ex Post Evaluation of Smart Commute Strategies in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area of Canada: Comparison of Aggregate and Disaggregate Approaches. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2665), 80-89.  DOI: ResearchGate Link
 4.Rashedi, Z., Mahmoud, M., Hasnine, M.S., & Habib, K.M.N. (2017). On the factors affecting the choice of regional transit for commuting in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area: Application of an advanced RP-SP choice model. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13 DOI: ResearchGate Link
 3.Hasnine, M. S., Weiss, A., & Habib, K.M.N.  (2017). Stated Preference Survey Pivoted on Revealed Preference Survey for Evaluating Employer-Based Travel Demand Management Strategies. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2651), 108-117. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 2.Li, L., Hasnine, M. S., Nurul Habib, K. M., Persaud, B., & Shalaby, A. (2017). Investigating the interplay between the attributes of at-fault and not-at-fault drivers and the associated impacts on crash injury occurrence and severity level. Journal of Transportation Safety & Security9(4), 439-456. DOI: ResearchGate Link
 1.  Hasnine, M. S., Weiss, A., & Nurul Habib, K. (2016). Development of an Employer-Based Transportation Demand Management Strategy Evaluation Tool with an Advanced Discrete Choice Model in Its Core. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2542), 65-74. DOI: ResearchGate Link