Robin Lindsey

BA (Queen's University), M.A. (Queen's University), PhD (Princeton University)
CN Chair in Transportation and International Logistics
Professor, Operations and Logistics Division

Contact Information

Office Henry Angus - HA 470
Tel (604) 822-3323

Research Interests

  • Traffic congestion
  • Road pricing
  • Financing transportation infrastructure
  • Public transit
  • Advanced traveler information systems

 Courses Taught in 2018-2019

  • Government and Business (BCom)
  • Applied Project Management (BCom)

Selected Recent Publications

  • “On the existence and uniqueness of equilibrium in the Bottleneck Model with atomic usersˮ (with H. Silva, A. de Palma and V. van den Berg), accepted at Transportation Science, November 25, 2015.  Paper
    “The Downs–Thomson paradox with imperfect mode substitutes and alternative transit administration regimesˮ (with F. Zhang and H. Yang), Transportation Research Part B 86, 2016, 104–127.  Paper
  • “Garage and curbside parking competition with search congestion costsˮ (with E. Inci), Regional Science and Urban Economics 54, 2015, 49-59.  10.1016/j.regsciurbeco.2015.07.003.  Paper
  • “Trip-timing decisions and congestion with household scheduling preferencesˮ (with A. de Palma and N. Picard), Economics of Transportation 4(1-2), March-June, 2015, 118-131. Paper
  • “Pre-trip information and route-choice decisions with stochastic travel conditions: Experiment” (with T. Daniel, A. Rapoport and E. Gisches), Transportation Research Part B 68, 2014, 154-172. Paper

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