Representative Publications (* Equal contribution)

  1. Bansal, Prateek*, Rico Krueger*, and Daniel J. Graham. "Fast Bayesian estimation of spatial count data models." Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (2021): 107152.

  2. Bansal, Prateek*, Rico Krueger*, Michel Bierlaire, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Taha H. Rashidi. "Bayesian estimation of mixed multinomial logit models: Advances & simulation-based evaluations." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 131(2020): 124-142.

  3. Anupriya, Daniel J. Graham, Daniel Hörcher, Richard J. Anderson, Prateek Bansal. "Quantifying the ex-post causal impact of differential pricing on commuter trip scheduling in Hong Kong." Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 141(2020): 16-34.

  4. Liu, Yang*, Prateek Bansal*, Ricardo Daziano, and Samitha Samaranayake. "A framework to integrate mode choice in the design of mobility-on-demand systems." Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 105(2019): 648-665.

  5. Bansal, Prateek, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Erick Guerra. "Minorization-Maximization (MM) algorithms for semiparametric logit models: Bottlenecks, extensions, and comparisons." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 115(2018): 17-40 .

  6. Bansal, Prateek, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Martin Achtnicht. "Extending the logit-mixed logit model for a combination of random and fixed parameters." Journal of Choice Modelling 27(2018): 88-96.

  7. Bansal, Prateek, and Kara M. Kockelman. "Forecasting Americans’ long-term adoption of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies." Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 95(2017): 49-63.

Remaining Publications (* Equal contribution)

  1. Bansal, Prateek, Rubal Dua, Rico Krueger, and Daniel J. Graham. “Fuel economy valuation and preferences of Indian two-wheeler buyers.” Journal of Cleaner Production (2021): 126328.

  2. Kazemzadeh, Khashayar, and Prateek Bansal. "Electric bike riding navigation comfort in pedestrian crowds." Sustainable Cities and Society (2021): 102841.

  3. Kutela, Boniphace, Neema Langa, Sia Mwende, Emmanuel Kidando, Angela Kitali, and Prateek Bansal. "A text mining approach to elicit the public perception of bike-sharing systems." Travel Behaviour and Society 24(2021): 113-123.

  4. Zhang, Nan, Daniel J. Graham, Daniel Hörcher, and Prateek Bansal. "A Causal Inference Approach to Measure the Vulnerability of Urban Metro Systems." Transportation (2021).

  5. Dubey, Subodh*, Prateek Bansal*, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Erick Guerra. "A generalized continuous-multinomial response model with a t-distributed error kernel." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 133(2020): 114-141.

  6. Bansal, Prateek, Akanksha Sinha, Rubal Dua, and Ricardo Daziano. "Eliciting Preferences of Ridehailing Users and Drivers: Evidence from the United States." Travel Behaviour and Society 20(2020): 225-236.

  7. Krueger, Rico*, Prateek Bansal*, and Prasad Buddhavarapu. "A new spatial count data model with Bayesian Additive Regression Trees for accident hot spot identification." Accident Analysis and Prevention 144(2020): 105623.

  8. Anupriya, Daniel J. Graham, Jose M. Carbo, Richard J. Anderson, Prateek Bansal. “Understanding the costs of urban rail transport operations.” Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 138(2020): 292-316.

  9. Raj, Alok, J. Ajith Kumar, and Prateek Bansal. "A multicriteria decision making approach to study the barriers to the adoption of autonomous vehicles." Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 133(2020): 122-137.

  10. Bansal, Prateek*, Yang Liu*, Ricardo Daziano, and Samitha Samaranayake. "Impact of discerning reliability preferences of riders on the demand for mobility-on-demand services." Transportation Letters (2019): 1-5.

  11. Bansal, Prateek, Ricardo Hurtubia, Alejandro Tirachini, and Ricardo A. Daziano. "Flexible estimates of heterogeneity in crowding valuation in the New York City subway." Journal of Choice Modelling 31(2019): 124-140.

  12. Bansal, Prateek, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Naveen Sunder. "Arriving at a decision: A semi-parametric approach to institutional birth choice in India." Journal of Choice Modelling 31(2019): 86-103.

  13. Bansal, Prateek, Kara M. Kockelman, Will Schievelbein, and Scott Schauer-West. "Indian vehicle ownership and travel behaviour: A case study of Bengaluru, Delhi and Kolkata." Research in Transportation Economics 71(2018): 2-8.

  14. Bansal, Prateek, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Martin Achtnicht. "Comparison of parametric and semiparametric representations of unobserved preference heterogeneity in logit models." Journal of Choice Modelling 27(2018): 97-113.

  15. Bansal, Prateek, Rohan Shah, and Stephen D. Boyles. "Robust network pricing and system optimization under combined long-term stochasticity and elasticity of travel demand." Transportation 45(2018): 1389-1418.

  16. Bansal, Prateek, and Ricardo A. Daziano. "Influence of choice experiment designs on eliciting preferences for autonomous vehicles." Transportation Research Procedia 32 (2018): 474-481.

  17. Bansal, Prateek, and Kara M. Kockelman. "Are we ready to embrace connected and self-driving vehicles? A case study of Texans." Transportation 45, no. 2 (2018): 641-675.

  18. Bansal, Prateek, and Kara M. Kockelman. "Indian vehicle ownership: insights from literature review, expert interviews, and state-level model." Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 56 (2017).

  19. Bansal, Prateek, Kara M. Kockelman, and Amit Singh. "Assessing public opinions of new vehicle technologies: An Austin perspective." Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 67(2016): 1-14 .

  20. Bansal, Prateek, Kara M. Kockelman, and Yiyi Wang. "Hybrid electric vehicle ownership and fuel economy across Texas: an application of spatial models." Transportation Research Record 2495(2015): 53-64.

  21. Fagnant, Daniel J., Kara M. Kockelman, and Prateek Bansal. "Operations of a shared autonomous vehicle fleet for the Austin, Texas market." Transportation Research Record 2536(2015): 98-106.

  22. Bansal, Prateek, Rishabh Agrawal, and Geetam Tiwari. "Impacts of bus-stops on the speed of motorized vehicles under heterogeneous traffic conditions." International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology 3(2014): 167-178.