Monir Moniruzzaman, Post Doctoral Fellow

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Home Campus:
U of T St. George

PhD:
McMaster University (2014)

Other Degrees:
MA, McMaster University (2011)
BURP, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) (2009)

Honours & Awards:
SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2016-18)
SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship (2014-16)

Supervisor(s):
Dr. Steven Farber

Contact Information:

Department of Geography and Planning

University of Toronto (St. George)

Sidney Smith Hall, Room 5042

100 St. George Street

Toronto, ON M5S 3G3
Email: monir.urp@gmail.com

Research Interests:

  • Travel behavior
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Active transportation
  • Elderly mobility
  • Accessibility
  • Built environment
  • Spatial analysis and modelling

Selected Publications:

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A. (2016) “An investigation of the attributes of walkable environments from the perspective of seniors in Montreal”, Journal of Transport Geography, 51, 85-96.

Moniruzzaman M, Chudyk A, Páez A, Winters M, Sims-Gould J, McKay H. (2015) “Travel behavior of low income older adults and development of an Accessibility calculator”, Journal of Transport and Health, 2(2), 257-268.

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Morency C. (2014) “Compliance Potential Mapping: A Tool to Assess Potential Contributions of Walking Towards Physical Activity Guidelines”, BMC Public Health, 14(1), 1-11.

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Habib KM, Morency C.  (2013) “Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal”, Journal of Transport Geography, 30, 89-99.

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Bourbonnais PL, Morency C. (2013) “Developing a web-based accessibility calculator prototype for the Greater Montreal Area”, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 58, 103-115.

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A. (2012) “Accessibility to Transit, by Transit, and Mode Share: Application of a Logistic Model with Spatial Filters”, Journal of Transport Geography, 24, 198-205.

Moniruzzaman M, Páez A. (2012) “A model-based approach to select case sites for conducting walkability audits”, Health and Place, 18(6), 1323-1334.

Research Clusters:
Cities and Everyday Life