Gonçalo Correia

Dr. Gonçalo Correia is assistant professor in modelling multi-modal urban networks at the Department of Transport and Planning. His research focuses on transport demand management through the study of integrated multi-modal networks, intelligent transport systems, travelling behaviour change and land use interactions. Previously, he studied the demand capture and network design for urban transport alternatives such as ridesharing and carsharing. He is currently working in the field of automated vehicles looking at how these can change the mobility patterns in urban areas either as public but also as private transport.

Correia has published more than 20 research papers in scientific journals and is part of the editorial boards of 5 transportation journals including transportation research Part C: emerging technologies.

Dr. Gonçalo Correia has graduated in IST Lisbon, Portugal, in civil engineering. He took his Ph.D. in Transportation in the same University in close collaboration with the MIT-Portugal program. He was then invited as an Assistant Professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, where he lectured and developed his first independent research. Since 2014 he has been an assistant professor in modelling multi-modal urban networks at the Department of Transport and Planning.

He is responsible for a course that teaches about the complexity of land use and transportation systems interactions in cities with the objective of planning them in a more sustainable way. He has taught 12 courses on transport planning and operations research in Portugal and in the Netherlands.

Ashkrof P., Correia G., Cats O. and van Arem B. (2019). The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Travel Mode Preference for Different Trip Purposes and Distances. Proceedings of the 98th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Winter K., Cats O., Correia G. and van Arem B. (2018). Performance Analysis and Fleet Requirements of Automated Demand-Responsive Transport Systems as an Urban Public Transport Service. International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology. Accepted.


Winter K., Cats O., Correia G.H. and van Arem B. (2016). Designing an Automated Demand-Responsive Transport System: Fleet Size and Performance Analysis for the Case of a Campus-Train Station Service. Proceedings of the 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Winter K., Cats O., Correia G.H.A and van Arem B. (2016). Designing an Automated Demand-Responsive Transport System: Fleet Size and Performance Analysis for the Case Study of a Campus Train Station Service. Transportation Research Record, 2542, 75-83.


Yap, M.D., Correia, G. & Van Arem, B. (2016). Preferences of travellers for using automated vehicles as last mile public transport of multimodal train trips. Transportation Research Part A, 94, pp. 1-16.


Yap, M.D., Correia, G. & Van Arem, B. (2015). Valuation of travel attributes for using automated vehicles as egress transport of multimodal train trips. Transportation Research Procedia, 10, pp. 462-471.


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