First, a comment on how my previous research on high-speed rail and air transportation relates to my current work on shared-use mobility and vehicle automation: the factors that influence individual travel behavior between cities are quite similar to the factors that influence travel within cities. Generally speaking, these decisions boil down to cost, time, transportation system service levels, trip purpose, individual attitudes, and the structure of the built environment. I focus on developing new datasets and modeling tools to examine these decisions.
PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS ON TRANSPORTATION
Clewlow, R.R. (2017). Shared Mobility: Current Adoption, Use, and Potential Impacts on Travel Behavior. Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.
Jenn. A., Clewlow, R.R. & Laberteaux, K. (2017). New mobility services and vehicle electrification. TRB Annual Meeting.
Mishra, G.S. & Clewlow, R.R. (2017). Adoption of Shared and Emerging Mobility Services in the United States. TRB Annual Meeting.
Pike, S. & Clewlow, R.R. (2017). Travel behavior implications of shared mobility. TRB Annual Meeting.
Clewlow, R.R. (2016). Shared-Use Mobility in the United States: Current Adoption and Potential Impacts on Travel Behavior. TRB Annual Meeting. Download paper.
Clewlow, R.R. Carsharing and sustainable travel behavior: Results from the San Francisco Bay Area. Special Issue on Shared-Use Mobility Innovations in the Sharing Economy, Transport Policy. Download preprint. DOI link.
Mishra, G.S., Clewlow, R.R., Mokhtarian, P., & Widaman, K.F. (2015). The Effect of Carsharing on Vehicle Holdings and Travel Behavior: A Propensity Score and Causal Mediation Analysis of the San Francisco Bay Area. Special Issue on Sustainable Transportation, Transportation Economics. DOI link.
Laberteaux, K. P., Clewlow, R. R., & Hamza, K. (2014). A Study of Automotive Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Reduction Opportunities Through Adoption of Electric Drive Vehicles. In ASME 2014 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. DOI link.
Clewlow, R. R., Sussman, J. M., & Balakrishnan, H. (2014). The impact of high-speed rail and low-cost carriers on European air passenger traffic. Transport Policy, 33, 136-143. Download preprint. DOI link.
Winchester, N., Wollersheim, C., Clewlow, R., Jost, N. C., Paltsev, S., Reilly, J. M., & Waitz, I. A. (2013). The impact of climate policy on US aviation. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP), 47(1), 1-15. Download preprint. Article link.
Clewlow, R., Sussman, J., & Balakrishnan, H. (2012). Interaction of High-Speed Rail and Aviation: Exploring Air-Rail Connectivity. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2266), 1-10. DOI link.
Clewlow, R.R., Simaiakis, I., & Balakrishnan, H. Impact of Arrivals on Departure Taxi Operations at Airports. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Guidance, Navigation and Control, August 2010. Download PDF. DOI link.
Waddell et al. Draft Technical Documentation: San Francisco Bay Area UrbanSim Application. Submitted to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for incorporation into Draft Plan Bay Area: Strategy for a Sustainable Region – Draft Summary of Predicted Land Use Responses. March 2013.
Clewlow, R., Balakrishnan, H., Reynolds, T., & Hansman, R.J. Taxi Procedures and Fuel Efficiency Report. Submitted to the Massachusetts Port Authority. March 2010.
Clewlow, R. & D. Michalek. Logan Control Tower: Controller Positions, Processes, and Decision Support Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tech. Rep., 2010.
Clewlow, R., Balakrishnan, H., & Reynolds, T. G. (2010). A Survey of Airline Pilots Regarding Fuel Conservation Procedures for Taxi Operations. International Airport Review, 14(3).
PUBLISHED WORK ON ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Siddiqi, A., Clewlow, R., & Sussman, J. (2014). Complex Socio-Technical Problems for Engineers: Pedagogical Motivation and Experience at the Undergraduate Level. Infranomics: Sustainability, Engineering Design and Governance. Gheorghe, A.V., & Masera, M. Springer International Publishing, 195-211. Article Link.
Clewlow, R. (2005). Engineers Working for Peace through International Development. In Vesilind, P.A. (Ed.), Peace Engineering: When Personal Values and Engineering Careers Converge. (pp.121-134). Woodsville, NH: Lakeshore Press.