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Iderlina Mateo-Babiano
Iderlina Mateo-Babiano
Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Spatio-temporal patterns of a Public Bicycle Sharing Program: the effect of weather and calendar events
J Corcoran, T Li, D Rohde, E Charles-Edwards, D Mateo-Babiano
Journal of Transport Geography 41, 292-305, 2014
2642014
How does our natural and built environment affect the use of bicycle sharing?
I Mateo-Babiano, R Bean, J Corcoran, D Pojani
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 94, 295-307, 2016
2042016
Exploring Bus Rapid Transit passenger travel behaviour using big data
S Tao, J Corcoran, I Mateo-Babiano, D Rohde
Applied geography 53, 90-104, 2014
1502014
A comparison of perceived and geographic access to predict urban park use
D Wang, G Brown, Y Liu, I Mateo-Babiano
Cities 42, 85-96, 2015
1422015
Dynamics of bike sharing in Washington, DC and Brisbane, Australia: Implications for policy and planning
M Ahillen, D Mateo-Babiano, J Corcoran
International journal of sustainable transportation 10 (5), 441-454, 2016
1012016
Pedestrian's needs matter: Examining Manila's walking environment
I Mateo-Babiano
Transport Policy 45, 107-115, 2016
1012016
Transport mode choice in South East Asia: Investigating the relationship between transport users’ perception and travel behaviour in Johor Bahru, Malaysia
LY Le Loo, J Corcoran, D Mateo-Babiano, R Zahnow
Journal of transport geography 46, 99-111, 2015
822015
Factors influencing perceived access to urban parks: A comparative study of Brisbane (Australia) and Zhongshan (China)
D Wang, G Brown, G Zhong, Y Liu, I Mateo-Babiano
Habitat international 50, 335-346, 2015
702015
Motorcycle taxi service in Vietnam–Its socioeconomic impacts and policy considerations
VA Tuan, IB Mateo-Babiano
Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 10, 13-28, 2013
662013
Street space sustainability in Asia: The role of the Asian pedestrian and street culture
IB Mateo-Babiano, H Ieda
Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies Vol. 6 …, 2007
572007
Revisiting policy epistemologies on urban informality: Towards a post-dualist view
RB Recio, I Mateo-Babiano, S Roitman
Cities 61, 136-143, 2017
522017
Beyond proximity: an integrated model of accessibility for public parks
D Wang, G Brown, D Mateo-Babiano
Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities 2 (3), 486-498, 2013
502013
Do Northwestern and Southeastern Europe share a common “cycling mindset”? Comparative analysis of beliefs toward cycling in the Netherlands and the Balkans
D Pojani, D Bakija, E Shkreli, J Corcoran, I Mateo-Babiano
European journal of transport and infrastructure research 17 (1), 2017
452017
Bicycle sharing in Asia: a stakeholder perception and possible futures
I Mateo-Babiano, S Kumar, A Mejia
Transportation research procedia 25, 4966-4978, 2017
412017
Public bicycle sharing in Asian cities
I Mateo-Babiano
Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 11, 60-74, 2015
412015
Modelling loyalty and behavioural change intentions of busway passengers: A case study of Brisbane, Australia
S Tao, J Corcoran, I Mateo-Babiano
IATSS research 41 (3), 113-122, 2017
392017
The place of public space in the lives of Middle Eastern women migrants in Australia
R Gholamhosseini, D Pojani, I Mateo Babiano, L Johnson, J Minnery
Journal of Urban Design 24 (2), 269-289, 2019
372019
Street space renaissance: A spatio-historical survey of two Asian cities
I Mateo-Babiano, H Ieda
Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 6, 4317-4332, 2005
372005
Home-based work in cities: In search of an appropriate urban planning response
BB Matthew Zenkteler*, Sebastien Darchen, Iderlina Mateo-Babiano
Futures, 2022
352022
Formalising the jeepney industry in the Philippines–A confirmatory thematic analysis of key transitionary issues
I Mateo-Babiano, RB Recio, DP Ashmore, MD Guillen, SM Gaspay
Research in transportation economics 83, 100839, 2020
322020
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