Faculty - Nigel H.M. Wilson

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Nigel H.M. Wilson

Professor

MIT
Room 1-238
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA, 02139

Telephone: 617.253.5046 Email: nhmw@mit.edu Research Website: http://transitlab.mit.edu Assistant: Ginny Siggia / siggia@mit.edu

May 2013 talk at Volpe National Transportation Systems Center: "Improving Transit Performance with Automated Data Collection Systems"

Education

  • B.Sc.(Eng) 1965, Imperial College, London University
  • S.M. 1967, MIT
  • Ph.D. 1970, MIT

Research Interests

  • Public transportation
  • Transport system design
  • New transportation systems

Selected Publications

  1. Carrel, A., R.G. Mishalani, N.H.M. Wilson, and J. Attanucci.  "Decision Factors in Service Control on a High‐frequency Metro Line and Their Importance in Service Delivery."  Transportation Research Record, publication pending (2010).
  2. Milkovits, M.N. and N.H.M. Wilson.  "Simulating Bus Service Reliability: Another Use for Automatically Collected Data." Transportation Research Record, publication pending (2010).
  3. Uniman, D.L., J. Attanucci, R.G. Mishalani, and N.H.M. Wilson.  "Service Reliability Measurement Using Automated Fare Card Data: Application to the London Underground." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, pp 92-99 (2009).
  4. Zureiqat, H., N.H. Wilson, and J. Attanucci.  "Fare Policy Analysis for Public Transport: A Discrete-Continuous Modeling Approach Using Panel Data." Transportation Research Record, publication pending (2010).
  5. Seaborn, Catherine, N.H.M. Wilson, and J. Attanucci.  "Using Smart Card Fare Payment Data to Analyze Multimodal Public Transport Journeys in London." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, pp 55-62 (2009).
  6. Wilson, N.H.M., A. Rahbee, and J. Zhao.  "The Potential Impact of Automated Data Collection Systems on Urban Public Transport Planning."  Schedule-Based Modeling of Transportation Networks:  Theory and Applications, pp. 75-99.  Springer, 2009.

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