Recent publications

Journal articles

Milakis, D., 2019. Long-term implications of automated vehicles: an introduction. Transport Reviews 39 (1): 1-8

Van Goeverden, K., Milakis, D., Janic, M., Konings, R., 2018. Analysis and modelling of performances of the HL (Hyperloop) transport system. European Transport Research Review 10:41.

Milakis, D., Kroesen, M., van Wee, B., 2018. Implications of automated vehicles for accessibility and location choices: Evidence from an expert-based experiment. Journal of Transport Geography 68: 142-148.

Milakis, D., van Wee, B., 2018. "For me it is always like half an hour": Exploring the acceptable travel time concept in the US and European contexts. Transport Policy 64: 113-122. 

Nieuwenhuijsen, J, Correia, G., Milakis, D. van Arem, B., van Daalen, E., 2018. Towards a quantitative method to analyze the long-term innovation diffusion of automated vehicles technology using system dynamics. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 86: 300-327.

Milakis, D., Efthymiou, D., Antoniou, C., 2017. Built environment, travel attitudes and travel behaviour: Quasi-longitudinal analysis of links in the case of Greeks relocating from US to Greece. Sustainability 9 (10): 1774. 

Milakis, D. van Arem, B., van Wee, B., 2017. Policy and society related implications of automated driving: A review of literature a directions for future research. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technology, Planning and Operations 21 (4) 324-348. 

Milakis, D., Snelder, M., van Arem, B., van Wee, B., Correia, G., 2017. Development and transport implications of automated vehicles in the Netherlands: Scenarios for 2030 and 2050. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 17 (1): 63-85

Silva, C., Berttolini, L., te Brömmelstroet, Milakis, D., Papa, E. 2017. Accessibility instruments in planning practice: Bridging the implementation gap. Transport Policy 53: 135-145. 

Te Brömmelstroet, M., Curtis, C., Larsson, A., Milakis, D., 2016. Strengths and weaknesses of accessibility instruments in planning practice: Technological rules based on experiential workshops. European Planning Studies 24 (6): 1175-1196.

Milakis, D., Cervero, R., van Wee, B., 2015. Stay local or go regional? Urban form effects on vehicle use at different spatial scales: A theoretical concept and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area. Journal of Transport and Land Use 8 (2): 59-86.

Milakis, D., Cervero, R., van Wee, B., Maat, K. 2015. Do people consider an acceptable travel time? Evidence from Berkeley, CA. Journal of Transport Geography 44: 76-86.

Milakis, D., 2015. Will Greeks cycle? Exploring intention and attitudes in the case of the new bicycle network of Patras. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 9 (5): 321-334.

Milakis, D., Vafeiadis, E., 2014. Ado(a)pting the Transit-Oriented Development model in the Greek urban and transport contexts. Planning Practice and Research 29 (5): 471-491.

Milakis, D., Athanasopoulos, K., 2014. What about people in cycle network planning? Applying participative multicriteria GIS analysis in the case of the Athens metropolitan cycle network. Journal of Transport Geography 35: 120-129.

Book chapters

Pangbourne, K. Stead. D., Mladenović, M., Milakis, D., 2018. The case of Mobility as a Service: A critical reflection on challenges for urban transport and mobility governance. In: Marsden, G., Reardon, l. (eds), Governance of the Smart mobility Transition. UK: Emerald.

Sivaramakrishnan S., Smith, S., Milakis, D., 2016. Implications of Vehicle Automation for Planning. In: Meyer, G., Sven Beiker, S., Road Vehicle Automation 3. Berlin: Springer.  

Correia, G. Milakis, D., van Arem, B., Hoogendoorn, R., 2016. Vehicle automation and transport system performance. In: Bliemer, M.C.J., Mulley, C., Moutou, C. (eds.), Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World. UK: Edward Elgar.

Reviewed conference proceedings

Van Goeverden, K. Milakis, D., Janic, M., Konings, R., 2017. Analysis and Modelling of the Hyperloop Transport System Performances. Paper presented at the BIVEC-GIBET Transport Research Day 2017. Liege, Belgium 18-19 May 2017.
 
Milakis, D., van Wee, B., 2016. Exploring the acceptable travel time concept in the US and European contexts. Results from Berkeley, CA and Delft, The Netherlands. Paper presented at the International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport mobil.TUM. Munich, Germany 6-7 June 2016.

Milakis, D., Snelder, M., van Arem, B, van Wee, B., Correia, G., 2016. Scenarios about development and implications of automated vehicles in the Netherlands. Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC 10-14 January 2016. 

Milakis, D., Efthymiou, D., Antoniou, K., 2015. Quasi-longitudinal analysis of links between built environment, travel attitudes and travel behavior: a case of Greeks relocating from US to Greece. Proceedings of the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC.

Milakis, D., Cervero, R., van Wee, B., 2014. Stay local or go regional? Urban form effects on vehicle use at different spatial scales: a theoretical concept and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area. Proceedings of the 2014 World Symposium for Transport and Land Use Research. Delft, The Netherlands 24-27 June 2014.

Milakis, D., Cervero, R., van Wee, B., Maat, K. 2014. How much travel is acceptable? Evidence from Berkeley, CA. Proceedings of the annual congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP). Utrecht/Delft, The Netherlands 9-12 July 2014.

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