My research focuses at the junction of accessible transportation for persons with disabilities and smart-smart mobility tools. I look at the topic from three distinct and yet interrelated dimensions: equity, economics, and regulations.
Recent and on-going projects related to the topic:
- Wheelchair accessibility of transportation hailed through Uber and Lyft apps
- Understanding travel behaviors of wheelchair users in the U.S. using the National Household Travel Survey 2017
- “Smart” Tools for Socially Sustainable Transport: A Review of Mobility Apps (Co-conducted with my PhD adviser Professor Thomas Sanchez). Published article found here.
- Understanding disability-related regulatory systems in smartphone apps used for transportation
- Are Accessibility transport apps market-viable?
- Preparing the future professional in accessible transport (for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities) in planning education (on-going), with first phase of study published. Find the article here.