Patricia L. Mokhtarian

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Patricia Mokhtarian joined our School in Fall 2013 semester from University of California-Davis, where she was a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, associate director of the Institute of Transportation Studies, and founding chair of the interdisciplinary MS/PhD program in Transportation Technology and Policy. Prior to joining the UC Davis faculty in 1990, she worked for several years in regional planning and consulting in Southern California.  Dr. Mokhtarian has specialized in the study of travel behavior for more than 30 years, and has authored or co-authored more than 200 refereed journal articles, technical reports, and other publications.  She is a North American area editor of the journal Transportation, and is on the editorial boards of Transportation Research Part A, Transport Policy, Transportation Letters, the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, the European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, and Travel Behaviour and Society .

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Last Name: 
Mokhtarian
Office Building: 
Sustainable Education Building
Office #: 
322
Type: 
Faculty
Academic Faculty
Chaired Professors
Affinity Group / Department: 
Transportation Systems Engineering
First Name: 
Patricia
Education: 
PhD, Industrial Engineering/Management Sciences, Northwestern University, 1981
MS, Industrial Engineering/Management Sciences, Northwestern University, 1977
BA, Mathematics, Florida State University, 1975
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Publications (Proceedings): 
“The Tyranny of Time and Space – Weakened but not Vanquished: Comment on the Special Section on Media and Mobility:, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transfers 3(1), 2013, 140-146.
“Editorial”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Kay W. Axhausen. Guest editors, Transportation 36(6), special issue: Ryuichi Kitamura 1949-2009: A Tribute, 2009, 639-640.
“Active Travel: The Role of Self-Selection in Explaining the Effect of Built Environment on Active Travel”, by Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Active Living Research (ALR) Research Brief, Fall 2009.
“What about People in Behavioral Modeling? Ryuichi Kitamura (1949 – 2009)”, by P. L. Mokhtarian. Guest editorial, Journal of Choice Modelling 2(1) (July), 2009.
Review of “Growing Cooler: The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change”, by Susan Handy and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Journal of the American Planning Association 75(1), 2009, 95-96. doi: 10.1080/01944360802540364
“The Impact of Product Type and Other Variables on Shopping Channel Perceptions: Clothing versus Books”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Wei Tang. Presented at the Third International Specialist Meeting on ICTs, Coombe Lodge, Bristol, UK, March 16-19, 2008.
“Editorial: Frank Koppelman’s Contributions and Legacy to the Travel Demand Modeling Field”, by Chandra R. Bhat, Laurie A. Garrow, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Part B 42(3), 2008, 185-190.
Job Title: 
Susan G. and Christopher D. Pappas Professor & Group Coordinator
Research Interests: 
impacts of land use on travel behavior (particularly including residential location and residential self-selection issues)
impacts of telecommunications technology on travel behavior
the need to travel for its own sake
multitasking attitudes and behavior, especially during travel
commuters’ responses to congestion or to system disruptions
Publications (Articles): 
“Multimodal Travel Groups and Attitudes: A Latent Class Cluster Analysis of Dutch Travelers”, by Eric Molin, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Maarten Kroesen. Forthcoming, Transportation Research Part A.
“The Effect of Carsharing on Vehicle Holdings and Travel Behavior: a Propensity Score and Causal Mediation Analysis of the San Francisco Bay Area”, by Gouri Shankar Mishra, Regina Ruby Lee Clewlow, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Keith F. Widaman. Research in Transportation Economics (Special Issue on Sustainable Transportation) 52, 2015, 46-55.
“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.
“What Moves Us? An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Reasons for Traveling”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Matan E. Singer. Transport Reviews 35(3), 2015, 250-274.
“The Influences of Past and Present Residential Locations on Vehicle Ownership Decisions”, by Gregory S. Macfarlane, Laurie A. Garrow, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Part A 74, 2015, 186-200.
“Travel Mode Choice and Travel Satisfaction: Bridging the Gap between Decision Utility and Experienced Utility”, by Jonas De Vos, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Tim Schwanen, Veronique van Acker, and Frank Witlox. Forthcoming, Transportation. DOI 10.1007/s11116-015-9619-9
“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. Forthcoming, Travel Behaviour and Society. doi:10.1016/j.tbs.2014.09.002
“How Real is a Reported Desire to Travel for its Own Sake? Exploring the ‘Teleportation’ Concept in Travel Behaviour Research”, by Marie Russell and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Forthcoming, Transportation.
“Quantifying Residential Self-selection Effects: A Review of Methods and Findings from Applications of Propensity Score and Sample Selection Approaches”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and David van Herick. Forthcoming, Journal of Transport and Land Use.
“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. Forthcoming, Transportation. 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.
“‘Nomads at Last’? A Set of Perspectives on How Mobile Technology May Affect Travel”, by Filippo Dal Fiore, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Matan E. Singer. Journal of Transport Geography 41, 2014, 97-106.
“Car Availability Explained by the Structural Relationships between Lifestyles, Residential Location, and Underlying Residential and Travel Attitudes”, by Veronique van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Frank Witlox. Transport Policy 35, 2014, 88-99.
“Measuring the Impacts of Local Land Use Policies on Vehicle Miles of Travel: The Case of the First Big Box Store in Davis, California”, by Kristin Lovejoy, Gian-Claudia Sciara, Deborah Salon, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Journal of Transport and Land Use 6(1), 2013, 25-39.
“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.
“Increasing – and Decreasing – Fuel Economy Using Feedback: A Behavioral Theory Inspired Ecodriving Experiment”, by Tai Stillwater, Kenneth S. Kurani, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Paper No. 12-4502 presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2012.
“Gender Differences in Response to Policies Targeting the Commute to an Automobile-restricted Central Business District: A Stated Preference Study of Mode Choice in Tehran, Iran”, by ReyhanehSadat Shahangian, Mohammad Kermanshah, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Record 2320, 2012, 80-89.
“Calculation of Changes in Vehicle-Miles Traveled for Drive-Alone Commuting during a Temporary Freeway Closure: The Fix I-5 Project in Sacramento, California”, by David van Herick, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Xi He. Transportation Research Record 2319, 2012, 67-76.
“Are the Complementary Relationships between Transportation and Communications for Industrial Uses Dominant? A Case Study for Asian Countries”, by Sangho Choo, Yukyoung Chang, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Keeyeon Hwang. Paper No. 12-2985, accepted for presentation at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January, 2012.
“Individual Responses to Congestion Policies: Modeling the Consideration of Factor-Based Travel-Related Strategy Bundles”, by Sangho Choo and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 16(5), 2012, 822-834.
“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. Available at http://www.eijtur.org/pdf/volumes/eIJTUR-9-1-3_Circella_Mokhtarian_Poff.pdf, accessed June 24, 2013.
“Non-work Travel Behavior Changes during a Temporary Freeway Closure: The Fix I-5 Project in Sacramento, California”, by Meiping Yun, David van Herick, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Record 2231, 2011, 1-9.
“Impacts of a Major Freeway Reconstruction on Bus Ridership: A Time-Series Analysis of Sacramento, California's Fix I-5 Project”, by Rachel Carpenter, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Michael Zhang, and Alex Aue. Paper No. 11-3557 presented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2011.
“Commuter Impacts and Behavior Changes during a Temporary Freeway Closure: The ‘Fix I-5’ Project in Sacramento, California”, by Liang Ye, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Giovanni Circella. Transportation Planning and Technology, 35(3), 2012, 341-371.
“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. doi: 10.5198/jtlu.v4i3.76, available at https://www.jtlu.org/index.php/jtlu/article/download/76/186.
“A Decomposition of Trends in U.S. Consumer Expenditures on Communications and Travel: 1984-2002”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Taihyeong Lee, and Sangho Choo. Quality and Quantity 45(1), 2011, 1-19.
“Going Soft: On How Subjective Variables Explain Modal Choices for Leisure Travel”, by Veronique van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Frank Witlox. European Journal of Transport and Infra¬structure Research 11(2), April 2011, 115-146.
“Accounting for Taste Heterogeneity in Purchase Channel Intention Modeling: An Example from Northern California for Clothing Purchases”, by Wei (Laura) Tang and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Paper No. 10-3531 presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washing¬ton, DC, January 2010.
“Complementarity or Substitution of Online and In-store Shopping: An Empirical Analysis from Northern California”, by Giovanni Circella and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Paper No. 10-0894 presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washing¬ton, DC, January 2010. [update/revision of 2007 Amsterdam paper]
“Factors Associated with Proportions and Miles of Bicycling for Transportation and Recreation in Six Small U.S. Cities”, by Yan Xing, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Part D 15, 2010, 73-81.
“Neighborhood Satisfaction in Suburban versus Traditional Environments: An Evaluation of Contributing Characteristics in Eight California Neighborhoods”, by Kristin E. Lovejoy, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Landscape and Urban Planning 97, 2010, 37-48.
“Neighborhood Design and the Accessibility of the Elderly: An Empirical Analysis in Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 4(6), 2010, 347-371.
“The Impact of Non-normality, Sample Size and Estimation Technique on Goodness-of-Fit Measures in Structural Equation Modeling: Evidence from Ten Empirical Models of Travel Behavior”, by David T. Ory and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Quality and Quantity 44, 2010, 427-445.
“Carsharing and the Built Environment: A Geographic Information System-Based Study of One U.S. Operator”, by Tai Still-water, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan A. Shaheen. Transportation Research Record 2110, 2009, 27-34.
“The Impact of Product Type and Other Variables on Store and Internet Purchase Intentions: Clothing versus Books”, by Wei Tang and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Paper No. 09-3105 presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2009.
“Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-selection on Travel Behavior: A Focus on Empirical Findings”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Transport Reviews 29(3) (May), 2009, 359-395.
“The Relationship between the Built Environment and Nonwork Travel: A Case Study of Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Transporta¬tion Research Part A 43(5), 2009, 548-559.
“Grouping Travelers on the Basis of Their Different Car and Transit Levels of Use”, by Marco Diana and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation 36(4), 2009, 455-467.
“If Telecommunication is Such a Good Substitute for Travel, Why Does Congestion Continue to Get Worse?”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Letters 1(1), 2009, 1-17. An abridged version appears (in Dutch) as “i-Mobiliteit”, in Agora (a Dutch-language magazine for urban planners and policymakers), Fall 2007, 15-18. A different abridged version appears in Ram M. Pendyala and Ashish Verma (eds.), Indo-US Perspectives and Advances in Mass Transit and Travel Behaviour Research (Allied Publishers, New Delhi, India, 2011) under the title, “The impacts of telecommunications technologies on travel behavior: Thoughts on the Indian context.”
“No Particular Place to Go: An Empirical Analysis of Travel for the Sake of Travel”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Environment and Behavior 41(2), 2009, 233-257.
“Shopping-Related Attitudes: A Factor and Cluster Analysis of Northern California Shoppers”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, David T. Ory, and Xinyu Cao. Environment & Planning B 36(2), 2009, 204-228. doi:10.1068/b34015t
“Desire to Change One’s Multimodality and its Relationship to the Use of Different Transport Means”, by Marco Diana and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Part F 12(2), 2009, 107-119.
“Modeling the Structural Relationships among Short-Distance Travel Amounts, Perceptions, Affec¬tions, and Desires”, by David T. Ory and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transpor¬tation Research Part A 43A(1), 2009, 26-43.
Presentations: 
Invited keynote speaker, workshop on Smart Urban Mobility, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, November 26-27, 2015.
Invited discussant in workshop on Shaping the Transportation Revolution. US Department of Energy, Sacramento, California, October 21, 2015.
Invited workshop presentation: The impact of activities while traveling on the subjective evaluation of travel time. 14th Triennial Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Windsor, UK, July 19-23, 2015.
Invited seminar: What good is it? Reflections on the utility of travel in a resource-constrained era. Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, June 1, 2015.
Invited seminar: The impact of activities while traveling on the subjective evaluation of travel time. Northwestern University Transportation Center, Evanston, IL, April 23, 2015.
The impact of activities while traveling on the subjective evaluation of travel time. Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers, Chicago, IL, April 21-25, 2015.
Invited workshop instructor: Self-selection: What is it, why should we care, and what should we do about it? 14th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Engineering, Tehran, Iran, February 24, 2015.
Invited seminar: How Do Activities Conducted while Commuting Influence Mode Choice? Testing Transit-Advantage and Autonomous-Vehicle Scenarios, City College of New York, February 5, 2015.
An Empirical Investigation of Attitudes toward Waiting on the Part of Northern California Commuters, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2015.
The Effect of Methodology on Estimation of Residential Self-Selection Effects, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2015.
Invited panel participant: Is causality obsolete? Reflections on the Thirst for Knowledge while Drowning in Data. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2015.
Women’s Transportation Seminar Georgia Tech chapter, Faculty chat with graduate students. January 22, 2015.
Invited seminar: How Do Activities Conducted while Commuting Influence Mode Choice? Testing Transit-Advantage and Autonomous-Vehicle Scenarios, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, December 8, 2014.
Invited panelist: Travel Demand and Behavior, Technical Symposium marking the 60th Anniversary of the Northwestern University Transportation Center, Evanston, IL, November 13, 2014.
Invited speaker: The Impact on Mode Choice of Activities Conducted while Commuting: Testing Transit-Advantage and Autonomous-Vehicle Scenarios, US DOT Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Office of Research and Technology, Transportation Innovation Speaker Series nationwide webinar, Washington, DC, August 20, 2014.
Invited speaker: The Impact on Mode Choice of Activities Conducted while Traveling: An Investigation of Northern California Commuters, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, June 23, 2014.
Invited speaker: How Much Does the Method Influence the Answer? A Ceteris Paribus Empirical Comparison of Approaches for Assessing the Impact of Self-Selection on Travel Behavior, Conference on Low-Carbon Cities, Land Use and Transportation Intervention, Xi’an, China, June 12, 2014.
Invited speaker: The Impact on Mode Choice of Activities Conducted while Traveling: An Investigation of Northern California Commuters, Chang’An University, Xi’an, China, June 11, 2014.
Invited speaker: The Impact on Mode choice of Activities Conducted while Traveling: An Investigation of Northern California Commuters, University of South Florida, Tampa, February 28, 2014.
Invited speaker: The Implications of Travel-Based Multitasking for Modeling and Policy: A (Mostly) Conceptual Exploration. PhD seminar at Delft University of Technology, March 12, 2013.
What Makes Travel Pleasant and/or Tiring? An Investigation Based on the French National Travel Survey. Presented at the 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research (IATBR 2012), Toronto, Canada, July 15-20, 2012.
Invited speaker: Self-selection: What is it, Why Should We Care, and What Should We Do about it? PhD seminar at Delft University of Technology, April 18, 2012.
Travel-based multitasking: An Empirical Investigation in Progress, presented at the 3rd Time Use Observatory, Santiago, Chile, March 21-23, 2012.
Travel-Based Multi-Tasking: An Empirical Investigation in Progress. 5th International ICT Expert Group Meeting, Berlin, Germany, November 30 – December 2, 2011.
Invited speaker: Self-selection into Social Environments: What is it, Why Should We Care, and What Should We Do about it? International Workshop: Frontiers in Transportation, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, October 20-22, 2011.
Trivariate Probit Models of Pre-purchase/Purchase Shopping Channel Choice: Clothing Purchases in Northern California. Second International Choice Modelling Conference, Leeds, UK, July 4-6, 2011.
Invited speaker: The Implications of Travel-Based Multi-Tasking for Modeling and Policy: A Conceptual Exploration. Emerging Issues and Methods in Policy: symposium in honor of the retirement of Prof. Joseph Prashker, The Technion, Haifa, Israel, June 23, 2011.
What Happens to Commuting When it is Disrupted by a Major Freeway Reconstruction Project? Insights from Fix I-5. American Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference, Minne¬apolis, Minnesota, October 7, 2010.
Invited speaker: What about People in Behavioral Modeling? The Influence of Ryuichi Kitamura on (my) Travel Behavior Research. Ryuichi Kitamura Memorial Symposium, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, April 24-25, 2010.
Invited speaker: Commuter Impacts & Behavior Changes due to the Fix I-5 Reconstruction Project. Caltrans statewide webinar, April 14, 2010, and briefing to California Environmental Protec¬tion Agency Staff, December 7, 2009.
Key Decisions in Factor Analysis: An Illustration Using Environmental Attitudes of Sacramento-area Commuters. 12th Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Jaipur, India, December 13-18, 2009.
Invited speaker: If Telecommunication is Such a Good Substitute for Travel, Why Does Congestion Continue to Get Worse? Northwestern University Transportation Center seminar, Novem¬ber 19, 2009.
The Effect of Gender on Commuter Impacts and Behavior Changes in the Context of a Major Freeway Reconstruction. 4th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation. Irvine, CA, October 27-30, 2009.
Interviewed for the film documentary Vision: 2020, constituting interviews with 20 scientists regarding life in 2020. October 13, 2009. 4-minute clip available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44nvgBYsN54
Accounting for Taste Heterogeneity in Purchase Channel Intention Modeling: An Example from Northern California for Book Purchases. The 4th Specialist Meeting of the Network ICTs: Mobil¬izing Persons, Places, and Spaces. Quebec, Canada, October 7-9, 2009.
Invited symposium participant: If Telecommunication is Such a Good Substitute for Travel, Why Does Congestion Continue to Get Worse? Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 11, 2009. Also presented at the University of Illinois, August 10, 2009.
Taste Heterogeneity as a Source of Residential Self-Selection Bias in Travel Behavior Models:
A Latent Class Model of Purchase Channel Intention: An Example from Northern California for Book Purchases. International Choice Modelling Conference. Harrogate, UK, March 30 – April 1, 2009.
Invited faculty research presentation: If Telecommunication is Such a Good Substitute for Travel, Why Does Congestion Continue to Get Worse? University of California Transportation Center 2009 Student Conference. University of California, Riverside, February 12-14, 2009.
Publications (Books): 
“The Role of Attitudes in Accounting for Self-selection Effects”, by Bert van Wee and Patricia Mokhtarian. Chapter 31 in Robin Hickman, David Bonilla, Moshe Givoni, David Banister (eds.), International Handbook on Transport and Development. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2015, pp. 166-178.
“Impacts of ICT on Travel Behavior: A Tapestry of Relationships”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Gil Tal. Chapter 14 in The Sage Handbook of Transport Studies, Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Jon Shaw, and Theo Notteboom, eds., London: Sage Publications, 2013, 241-260.
“Trivariate Probit Models of Pre-purchase/Purchase Shopping Channel Choice: Clothing Purchases in Northern California”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Wei (Laura) Tang. Chapter 12 in Stephane Hess and Andrew Daly, eds., Choice Modelling: The State of the Art and the State of Practice – Selected Papers from the Second International Choice Modelling Conference. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2013, 243-273.
“The Connections among Accessibility, Self-Selection and Walking Behaviour: A Case Study of Northern California Residents”, by Xinyu Cao and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Chapter 5 in Karst T. Geurs, Kevin J. Krizek, and Aura Reggiani (eds.), Accessibility Analysis and Transport Planning: Challenges for Europe and North America. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2012, 73-95.
“Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-Selection on Travel Behavior: Methodologies and Empirical Findings”, by Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Chapter 1 of Elisabetta Venezia, ed., Urban Sustainable Mobility, 2011, 15-100. Milan: FrancoAngeli, ISBN 978-88-568-3742-1. Combined and updated version of similar material appearing elsewhere, reprinted with permission.
“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, 2011.
“Travel Time Budgets”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Cynthia Chen. Entry in A Dictionary of Transport Analysis, eds. Kenneth Button, Henry Vega, and Peter Nijkamp, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2011.
“Effects of Gender on Commuter Behavior Changes in the Context of a Major Freeway Reconstruction”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Liang Ye, and Meiping Yun. Conference Proceedings 46, Women’s Issues in Transportation: Summary of the Fourth International Conference. Volume 2: Technical Papers, pp. 143-153. Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2011. Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=1408.
“Social Networks and Telecommunications”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Chapter 17 in The Expan¬ding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research, Ryuichi Kitamura, Toshio Yoshii, and Toshiyuki Yamamoto, eds., Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009, pp. 429-438.
“Structural Equations Models”, by P. L. Mokhtarian and D. T. Ory. In the International Encyclo¬pedia of Human Geography, Vol. 1, R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds.). Oxford, UK: Elsevier, 2009, 10-17.
Phone: 
404-385-1443
Sustained Research Award, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015.
Keynote speaker: If telecommunication is such a great replacement for travel, why does congestion keep getting worse? 14th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Engineering, Tehran, Iran, February 24, 2015.
Keynote speaker: Subjective Well-being and Travel: Retrospect and Prospect. 14th Triennial Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Windsor, UK, July 19-23, 2015.
PROFILES, TR News (the bimonthly magazine of the Transportation Research Board), September/October 2014. “The PROFILES honor and highlight the professional achievements and contributions of select TRB leaders.”
Invited speaker, endowed lecture series: What Good is it? Reflections on the Utility of Travel in a Resource-Constrained Era, Eighth Annual Martin Wachs Distinguished Lecture in Transportation, University of California, Los Angeles, October 9, 2014.
Keynote speaker: How Much Does the Method Influence the Answer? A Ceteris Paribus Empirical Comparison of Approaches for Assessing the Impact of Self-Selection on Travel Behavior, World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research (WSTLUR), Delft, the Netherlands, June 24, 2014.
Invited speaker, university-wide endowed lecture series: The Implications of Travel-Based Multitasking for Modeling and Policy: A Conceptual Exploration and Some Preliminary Empirical Results. Burack Lecture, University of Vermont, Burlington, April 14, 2014.
Invited to give a talk (December 12, 2013) for the Distinguished Transport Lecture Series hosted by the University of Hong Kong Institute of Transport Studies, and also to be a plenary session speaker at the 18th Annual Hong Kong Society for Transport Studies (HKSTS) conference (December 14-16)
Invited to give a keynote talk to the IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications (October 31, 2013)
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Interdisciplinary Research Area(s): 
Smart Cities
Sustainable Communities