Faculty/Staff Profile

Daniel A Badoe

Professor

Department: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Prescott Hall (PRSC) 434
PO Box: 5015
(931) 372-3490
Modeling of urban travel demand, transferability of travel demand models, travel behavior analysis, transport-land use interaction, and transportation data collection.

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Educational Background:

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, 1994

M.S., Civil Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Canada, 1988

B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Science and Technology, Ghana, 1985

Recent Publications:

Badoe, D.A. and Yendeti, M.K. (2007), Impact of Transit Pass Ownership on Daily Number of Trips Made by Urban Public Transit , ASCEJournal of Urban Planning and Development Vol. 133, no. 4, December 2007, p. 242 - 249

Badoe D.A. (2007), Forecasting Travel Demand with Alternatively Structured Models of Trip Frequency. Transportation Planning and Technology Journal , Volume 30 Number 5, pp. 455 - 475

Couch, K.L. and Badoe, D.A. (2007), Travel Behavior of University Students in the Weekday Journey to Campus and its Implications for Campus Transport Planning . Proceedings of the 85 th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board , National Research Council, Washington, D.C.

Crouch, L.K., Borden, T.A. and D. Badoe (2006). Factors Affecting the Accuracy of Maturity Predictions,Tennessee Concrete, Volume 20, No. 2

Crouch, L.K., Borden, T.A., Hall, S.M., Egan, B., and D.A. Badoe (2005),Tennessee Evaluation of New Maturity Technology: An Investigation, Proceedings of the 84 th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board , National Research Council, Washington, D.C.

Badoe, D.A. and C. Chen (2004), Modeling Trip Generation with Data from Single and Two Independent Cross-Sectional Travel Surveys , ASCEJournal of Urban Planning and Development Vol. 130, no. 4, December 2004, pp. 167 – 174

Badoe, D.A. and C. Chen (2004), Unit of Analysis in Conventional Trip-Generation Modelling: An Investigation , Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Volume 31, Number 2, April 2004, pp. 272-280

Badoe, D.A. (2004). Theory of Mode Choice Modeling, and Current Practice in Mode Split Modeling by MPO’s in Memphis, Knoxville, and Nashville . Research Report Submitted to Planning Division, Tennessee Department of Transportation, through University of Tennessee at Knoxville, December 2004

Badoe, D. A. (2002), Modelling Work-Trip Mode Choice Decisions in Two-Worker Households, Transportation Planning and Technology Journal , Volume 25 Number 1, pp. 49 – 73.

Badoe, D. A. and B. Wadhawan (2002), Jointly Estimated Cross-Sectional Mode Choice Models: Specification and Forecast Performance , ASCEJournal of Transportation Engineering , Vol. 128, Issue 3, pp. 259-269, May/June 2002.

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