Peer-Reviewed Publications 

Gebresselassie, M. (2022). Driving wheelchair users on the Uber and Lyft apps: Drivers’ perspective. (Submitted for publication). 

Gebresselassie, M. (2021). Wheelchair users’ perspective on transportation service hailed through the Uber and Lyft apps. (Revised and resubmitted)

Gebresselassie, M. (2019). Planning Education in Accessible Transport for Persons with Disabilities. Transport Findings. doi: 10.32866/7029

Gebresselassie, M., & Sanchez, T. W. (2018). “Smart” Tools for Socially Sustainable Transport: A Review of Mobility Apps. Urban Science, 2(2), 45. doi:10.3390/urbansci2020045


Book Reviews 

Gebresselassie, M., & Sanchez, T.W. (2019, September 5). [Review of the book Inequality In Transport, by D. Banister]. doi: 10.1080/01944363.2019.1641385

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Buliung, R, & Gebresselassie, M. (2022). Local Host Article Series: Disabling Toronto. News & Press: ACSP Annual Conference News. 

Gebresselassie, M., & Sanchez, T. (2017, Winter). The role of smart city technologies in equitable and inclusive transport. Planning & Technology Today, (116), 16-17.

Manuscripts in Preparation 

Gebresselassie, M. (2022). When transport-network companies meet disabled accessibility.

Gebresselassie, M. (2022). Travel behaviors of wheelchair users in the U.S.

Gebresselassie, M. (2022). Uber and Lyft accessibility policies and regulations in Washington, DC. (Article completed as part of a three-paper dissertation option)

Gebresselassie, M. (2022). Understanding disability-related regulatory systems in smartphone apps used for transportation purposes.