Ng, K. Y., Hong, A., Higgins, C. D., Widener, M. J., & Koh, K. (2024). Beyond distance: Measuring spatial accessibility to healthy food for older adults in Hong Kong using a 3D least-effort method. Applied Geography, 169, 103336.
Tabascio, A., Tiznado-Aitken, I., Higgins, C., & Farber, S. (2024). Incorporating equity into transit performance measures: A disaggregated bus route level approach. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 101256.
Yu, A., & Higgins, C. D. (2024). Travel behaviour and the 15-min City: Access intensity, sufficiency, and non-work car use in Toronto. Travel Behaviour and Society, 36, 100786.
Merrall, J., Higgins, C. D., & Paez, A. (2023). What’s a School Worth to a Neighborhood? A Spatial Hedonic Analysis of Property Prices in the Context of Accommodation Reviews in Ontario. Geographical Analysis.
Allen, J., Higgins, C. D., Silver, D., & Farber, S. (2023). Are low-income residents disproportionately moving away from transit? Journal of Transport Geography, 110, 103635.
Shiv Gazi, Y., Higgins, C. D., Kumar, G., & Palm, M. (2023). Public Transport Access to Drug Treatment Before and During COVID-19: Implications for the Opioid Epidemic. International Journal of Drug Policy, 104032.
Soukhov, A., Páez, A., Higgins, C. D., & Mohamed, M. (2023). Introducing spatial availability, a singly-constrained measure of competitive accessibility. PLOS ONE, 18(1), e0278468.
Demitiry, M., Higgins, C. D., Páez, A., & Miller, E. J. (2022). Accessibility to primary care physicians: Comparing floating catchments with a utility-based approach. Journal of Transport Geography, 101, 103356.
Higgins, C. D., Palm, M., DeJohn, A., Xi, L., Vaughan, J., Farber, S., Widener, M., & Miller, E. (2022). Calculating place-based transit accessibility: Methods, tools and algorithmic dependence. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 15(1).
Desjardins, E., Higgins, C. D., & Páez, A. (2022). Examining equity in accessibility to bike share: A balanced floating catchment area approach. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 102, 103091.
Higgins, C. D., Páez, A., Kim, G., & Wang, J. (2021). Changes in accessibility to emergency and community food services during COVID-19 and implications for low income populations in Hamilton, Ontario. Social Science & Medicine, 291, 114442.
Higgins, C. D. (2021). Hiking with Tobler: Tracking Movement and Calibrating a Cost Function for Personalized 3D Accessibility. Findings.
Desjardins, E., Higgins, C. D., Scott, D. M., Apatu, E., & Páez, A. (2021). Using environmental audits and photo-journeys to compare objective attributes and bicyclists perceptions of bicycle routes. Journal of Transport & Health, 22, 101092.
Desjardins, E., Apatu, E., Razavi, S. D., Higgins, C. D., Scott, D. M., & Páez, A. (2021). Going through a little bit of growing pains: A qualitative study of the factors that influence the route choice of regular bicyclists in a developing cycling city. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 81, 431–444.
Desjardins, E., Higgins, C. D., Scott, D. M., Apatu, E., & Páez, A. (2021). Correlates of bicycling trip flows in Hamilton, Ontario: fastest, quietest, or balanced routes? Transportation, 49(3), 867–895.
Páez, A., & Higgins, C. D. (2021). The Accessibility Implications of a Pilot COVID-19 Vaccination Program in Hamilton, Ontario. Findings.
Bruyns, G. J., Higgins, C. D., & Nel, D. H. (2020). Urban volumetrics: From vertical to volumetric urbanisation and its extensions to empirical morphological analysis. Urban Studies, 58(5), 922–940.
Páez, A., Anjum, Z., Dickson-Anderson, S. E., Schuster-Wallace, C. J., Martín Ramos, B., & Higgins, C. D. (2020). Comparing distance, time, and metabolic energy cost functions for walking accessibility in infrastructure-poor regions. Journal of Transport Geography, 82, 102564.
Páez, A., Higgins, C. D., & Vivona, S. F. (2019). Demand and level of service inflation in Floating Catchment Area (FCA) methods. PLOS ONE, 14(6), e0218773.
Higgins, C. D. (2019). Accessibility toolbox for r and ArcGIS. Transport Findings.
Higgins, C. D. (2019). A 4D spatio-temporal approach to modelling land value uplift from rapid transit in high density and topographically-rich cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 185, 68–82.
Higgins, C. D., Adams, M. D., Réquia, W. J., & Mohamed, M. (2019). Accessibility, air pollution, and congestion: Capturing spatial trade-offs from agglomeration in the property market. Land Use Policy, 84, 177–191.
Mohamed, M., Higgins, C. D., Ferguson, M., & Réquia, W. J. (2018). The influence of vehicle body type in shaping behavioural intention to acquire electric vehicles: A multi-group structural equation approach. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 116, 54–72.
Requia, W. J., Mohamed, M., Higgins, C. D., Arain, A., & Ferguson, M. (2018). How clean are electric vehicles? Evidence-based review of the effects of electric mobility on air pollutants, greenhouse gas emissions and human health. Atmospheric Environment, 185, 64–77.
Requia, W. J., Higgins, C. D., Adams, M. D., Mohamed, M., & Koutrakis, P. (2018). The health impacts of weekday traffic: A health risk assessment of PM2.5 emissions during congested periods. Environment International, 111, 164–176.
Ferguson, M., Mohamed, M., Higgins, C. D., Abotalebi, E., & Kanaroglou, P. (2018). How open are Canadian households to electric vehicles? A national latent class choice analysis with willingness-to-pay and metropolitan characterization. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 58, 208–224.
Higgins, C., & Kanaroglou, P. (2017). Rapid transit, transit-oriented development, and the contextual sensitivity of land value uplift in Toronto. Urban Studies, 55(10), 2197–2225.
Higgins, C. D., Mohamed, M., & Ferguson, M. R. (2017). Size matters: How vehicle body type affects consumer preferences for electric vehicles. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 100, 182–201.
Higgins, C. D., Sweet, M. N., & Kanaroglou, P. S. (2017). All minutes are not equal: travel time and the effects of congestion on commute satisfaction in Canadian cities. Transportation, 45(5), 1249–1268.
Mohamed, M., Higgins, C. D., Ferguson, M., & Kanaroglou, P. (2016). Identifying and characterizing potential electric vehicle adopters in Canada: A two-stage modelling approach. Transport Policy, 52, 100–112.
Higgins, C. D., & Kanaroglou, P. S. (2016). Infrastructure or Attraction? Image-led Planning and the Intangible Objectives of Rapid Transit Projects. Journal of Planning Literature, 31(4), 452–462.
Higgins, C. D., & Kanaroglou, P. S. (2016). Forty years of modelling rapid transits land value uplift in North America: moving beyond the tip of the iceberg. Transport Reviews, 36(5), 610–634.
Higgins, C. D., & Kanaroglou, P. S. (2016). A latent class method for classifying and evaluating the performance of station area transit-oriented development in the Toronto region. Journal of Transport Geography, 52, 61–72.
Kanaroglou, P. S., Higgins, C. D., & Chowdhury, T. A. (2015). Excess commuting: a critical review and comparative analysis of concepts, indices, and policy implications. Journal of Transport Geography, 44, 13–23.
Higgins, C. D., Ferguson, M., & Kanaroglou, P. (2014). Light rail and land use change: Rail transits role in reshaping and revitalizing cities. Journal of Public Transportation, 17(2), 93–112.
Higgins, C. D., & Huque, A. S. (2014). Public Money and Mickey Mouse: Evaluating performance and accountability in the Hong Kong Disneyland joint venture publicprivate partnership. Public Management Review, 17(8), 1103–1123.
Higgins, C. D., Ferguson, M., & Kanaroglou, P. S. (2012). Varieties of Logistics Centers. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2288(1), 9–18.