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A Set of Strategic Freight Performance Measures for Ontario

Project Description Results from this research indicate that development of a multi-modal freight performance system would be a useful outcome for Ontario. The system could be operationalized through a dashboard which ultimately could be shared on-line with all participants in the freight system and could potentially help raise awareness among the general public on the […]

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Published Academic Articles from MITL EV research

Project Description Consumer Research Identifying and characterizing potential electric vehicle adopters in Canada: A two-stage modelling approach (2016). M Mohamed, C Higgins, M Ferguson, P Kanaroglou. Transport Policy 52, 100-112. How open are Canadian households to electric vehicles? A national latent class choice analysis with willingness-to-pay and metropolitan characterization (2018). M Ferguson, M Mohamed, CD […]

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The Evolution of Canadian Consumer Attitudes on Electric Vehicles (2015-2018)

Project Description This brief, graphically oriented report focuses on understanding the shifts that have taken place in Canadian consumer attitudes towards electric vehicles (EVs). The time period of interest is the spring of 2015 to the spring of 2018. At each of the two endpoints defined by this time span, the McMaster Institute for Transportation […]

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