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Filipe Moura

Associate Professor & Lab Head

Filipe Moura is an Associate Professor of Transportation Systems in the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture at the Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon. He is a member of the Research Group of “Transport Systems” of CERIS. His research expertise relates to Urban Mobility, in particular, travel behavior analysis, transport demand modelling, sustainable mobility (including social aspects of transportation), technology diffusion, and road traffic management. Currently, his research interests focus on active modes of transportation and their interaction with the built environment; and, on autonomy in urban mobility, both from the perspectives of behavior (i.e., learning to be autonomous in my mobility, particularly for children and youth) and of technology (i.e., new business models for autonomous vehicles). Filipe is a Fulbright Scholar.

Projects I'm involved in

Publications

Journals

  1. Miguel Costa, Manuel Marques, and Filipe Moura, A Circuity Temporal Analysis of Urban Street Networks Using Open Data: A Lisbon Case Study, ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, vol. 10, no. 7, p. 453, Jul. 2021.

  2. Miguel Centeno Brito, Teresa Santos, Filipe Moura, David Pêra, Jorge Rocha. Urban Solar potential for vehicle integrated photovoltaics. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 94:102810, May 2021.

  3. Rita Rodrigues, Filipe Moura, Ana Bastos Silva, Álvaro Seco. The determinants of Portuguese preference for vehicle automation: A descriptive and explanatory study. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 76:121-138, January 2021.

  4. Mariza Motta Queiroz, Carlos Roque and Filipe Moura. Shifting from Private to Public Transport using Duration-Based Modeling of a School-Based Intervention. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2674(7):540-554, June 2020.

  5. Rosa Félix, Paulo Cambra and Filipe Moura. Build it and give ’em bikes, and they will come: the effects of cycling infrastructure and bike-sharing system in Lisbon. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 8(2):672-682, June 2020.

  6. Mateus Humberto, Bruna Pizzol, Filipe Moura, Mariana Giannotti, Marcos Paulo de Lucca-Silveira. Investigating the Mobility Capabilities and Functionings in Accessing Schools Through Walking: A Quantitative Assessment of Public and Private Schools in São Paulo (Brazil). Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 21(2):183-204, March 2020.

  7. Rosa Félix, Filipe Moura and Kelly J. Clifton. Maturing urban cycling: Comparing barriers and motivators to bicycle of cyclists and non-cyclists in Lisbon, Portugal. Journal of Transport & Health, 15: 100628, December 2019.

  8. Paulo Cambra, Alexandre Gonçalves and Filipe Moura. The digital pedestrian network in complex urban contexts: A primer discussion on typological specifications. Finisterra, 54(110):155-170, May 2019

  9. Carlos Fernandes, Carlos Oliveira Cruz and Filipe Moura. Ex post evaluation of PPP government-led renegotiations: Impacts on the financing of road infrastructure. The Engineering Economist, 64(2):116-141, 2019.

  10. Mateus Humberto, Bruna Pizzol, Mariana Giannotti, Filipe Moura. O acesso das crianças às escolas em São Paulo Avaliação quantitativa de creches e pré-escolas com foco na mobilidade a pé. Revista dos Transportes Públicos, 41(3):55-60, December 2018.

  11. Ryan F. Allard and Filipe Moura. Effect of transport transfer quality on intercity passenger mode choice. Transportation research part A, 109:89-107, 2018.

  12. Heather Luclaire Jones, Filipe Moura and Tiago Domingos. Transportation Infrastructure Project Evaluation: Transforming CBA to Include a Life Cycle Perspective. 745-771. Springer, 2017.

  13. Filipe Moura, Joana Magalhães da Silva and Luis Picado Santos. Growing from incipient to potentially large cycle networks: screening the road network of the consolidated urban area of Lisbon. European Journal of Transport & Infrastructure Research, 17(1):170-190, 2017.

  14. Heather Jones, Filipe Moura and Tiago Domingos. Life cycle assessment of high-speed rail: a case study in Portugal. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment , 22(3):410-422, 2017.

  15. Filipe Moura, Paulo Cambra and Alexandre Gonçalves. Measuring walkability for distinct pedestrian groups with a participatory assessment method: A case study in Lisbon. Landscape and Urban Planning, 157:282-296, January 2017.

  16. Kelly Clifton and Filipe Moura. Conceptual Framework for Understanding Latent Demand: Accounting for Unrealized Activities and Travel. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 78-83, January 2017.

  17. Rosa Félix, Filipe Moura and Kelly J. Clifton. Typologies of Urban Cyclists: Review of Market Segmentation Methods for Planning Practice. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2662:125-133, January 2017.

  18. Carlos Fernandes, Miguel Ferreira and Filipe Moura. PPPs – True Financial Costs and Hidden Returns. Transport Reviews, 36(2):207-227, 2016.

  19. J. P. Pritchard, Filipe Moura and João de Abreu e Silva. Incorporating social network data in mobility studies: Benefits and takeaways from an applied survey methodology. Case Studies in Transport Policy, 4(4):279-293, 2016.

  20. Ryan F. Allard and Filipe Moura. The Incorporation of Passenger Connectivity and Intermodal Considerations in Intercity Transport Planning. Transport Reviews, 36(2):251-277, 2016.

  21. Olga Petrik, João de Abreu e Silva and Filipe Moura. Stated preference surveys in transport demand modeling: disengagement of respondents. Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, 8(1):13-25, 2016.

  22. Olga Petrik, Filipe Moura and João de Abreu e Silva. Measuring uncertainty in discrete choice travel demand forecasting models. Transportation Planning and Technology, 39(2):218-237, 2016.

  23. Luis Miguel Martinez, Gonçalo Correia, Filipe Moura and M. Mendes Lopes. Insights into car-sharing demand dynamics: outputs of an agent-based model application to Lisbon, Portugal. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 148-159, August 2016.

  24. Marta Braz Silva and Filipe Moura. Electric vehicle diffusion in the Portuguese automobile market. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 10(2):49-64, January 2016.

  25. João de Abreu e Silva, Filipe Moura, Bernardo Garcia and Rodrigo Vargas. Influential vectors in fuel consumption by an urban bus operator: Bus route, driver behavior or vehicle type?. Transportation Research Part D, 38:94-104, 2015.

  26. Sofia Kalakou, Voula Psaraki-Kalouptsidi and Filipe Moura. Future airport terminals: New technologies promise capacity gains. Journal of Air Transport Management, 42:203-212, 2015.

  27. Carlos Roque, Filipe Moura and João Lourenço Cardoso. Detecting unforgiving roadside contributors through the severity analysis of ran-off-road crashes. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 80:262-273, July 2015.

  28. Ryan F. Allard and Filipe Moura. Optimizing High-Speed Rail and Air Transport Intermodal Passenger Network Design. Transportation Research Record, 11-20, 2014.

  29. M. Mendes Lopes, Filipe Moura and Luis Miguel Martinez. A rule-based approach for determining the plausible universe of Electric Vehicle buyers in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. Transportation Research Part A, 59:22-36, January 2014.

  30. Sofia Kalakou and Filipe Moura. Bridging the Gap in Planning Indoor Pedestrian Facilities. Transport Reviews, 34(4):474-500, January 2014.

  31. Olga Petrik, João de Abreu e Silva and Filipe Moura. Impact of Distribution Choice for Representing Input Variation Analysis of Uncertainty in Travel Demand Simulation in Context of Information Shortage. Transportation Research Record, 40-48, 2013.

  32. Hal Turton and Filipe Moura. Vehicle-to-grid systems for sustainable development: An integrated energy analysis. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, October 2008.

Conferences (with procedia)

  1. Mariza Motta Queiroz, Pedro Celeste and Filipe Moura. Matching users´ expectations in school public behavior: where are we in public transport?. 8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020 (canceled), Helsinki, Finland. April, 2020

  2. Miguel Costa, Paulo Cambra, Filipe Moura and Manuel Marques. WalkBot: A Portable System to Scan Sidewalks. IEEE International Smart Cities Conference, Casablanca, Morocco, October 2019

  3. Mariza Motta Queiroz, Pedro Celeste and Filipe Moura. School commuting: the influence of soft and hard factors to shift to public transport. 22nd EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, September 2019. Transportation Research Procedia 47 (2020) 625–632.

  4. Pedro Rodrigues, Ana Martins, Sofia Kalakou and Filipe Moura. Spatiotemporal Variation of Taxi Demand. 22nd EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, September 2019. Transportation Research Procedia 47 (2020) 664–671.

  5. Paulo Cambra, Miguel Costa, Manuel Marques and Filipe Moura. WalkBot – Desenvolvimento de um Equipamento de Avaliação da Qualidade da Infra-estrutura Pedonal com Recurso a Processamento de Imagem Tridimensional. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, Portugal, May 2019

  6. Angélica Magrini Rigo, Filipe Moura and Teresa V. Heitor. Avaliação das Condições de Caminhabilidade: Contribuições da Metodologia da Sintaxe Espacial. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  7. Mariza Motta Queiroz, Pedro Celeste and Filipe Moura. Influência das características sócio-demográficas e a distância à escola na procura latente do transporte público coletivo. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  8. Filipe Moura, Carlos Roque, and Mateus Humberto. Mudança para a mobilidade sustentável na infância: uma avaliação dos impactos das campanhas “a Serpente Papa-Léguas” nas escolas primárias portuguesas. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  9. Ana Martins, Filipe Moura and Carlos Lima Azevedo. Um modelo de avaliação de sistemas de veículos autónomos partilhados: Peer-to-peer vs Fleet based systems. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  10. Filipe Moura, Rosa Félix and Carlos Roque. Avaliação do impacte potencial do Programa U-Bike nos padrões de mobilidade da comunidade do Instituto Superior Técnico. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  11. Pedro Rodrigues, Ana Martins, Sofia Kalakou and Filipe Moura. Previsão espaciotemporal da procura de táxis em Lisboa. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  12. Rosa Félix, Filipe Moura and Kelly Clifton. Comparação de barreiras e motivadores para a adoção da bicicleta em Lisboa. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  13. Mohammad Sadegh Bahadori, Alexandre Bacelar Gonçalves, Filipe Moura. Fatores Críticos na Operação de Sistemas de Bicicletas Partilhadas: Revisão do Estado da Arte. 9º Congresso Rodoviário Português, Lisboa, May 2019.

  14. Mateus Humberto, Bruna Pizzol, Mariana Giannotti, and Filipe Moura. Investigating the mobility capabilities and functionings of children and their caregivers: a quantitative assessment of preschools in São Paulo (Brazil), with focus on walking and the right to the city. 2018 HDCA Annual Conference, Buenos Aires (Argentina), August 2018.

  15. Sofia Kalakou and Filipe Moura. Modelling passengers’ activity choice in airport terminal before the security checkpoint: The case of portela airport in Lisbon. 18th Euro Working Group on Transportation, EWGT 2015, 881-890, 2015.

  16. Sofia Kalakou, Filipe Moura and Vasco Medeiros. Analysis of airport configuration and passenger behaviour. SSS 2015 – 10th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2015.

  17. Heather Jones, Filipe Moura and Tiago Domingos. Transport infrastructure project evaluation using cost-benefit analysis. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 111:400-409, 2014.

  18. John P. Pritchard, Filipe Moura, João de Abreu e Silva and Luis M. Martinez. Spatial analysis of transportation-related social exclusion in the Lisbon metropolitan area. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 111:440-449, 2014.

  19. Filipe Moura and José Manuel Viegas. Car ‘organ-transplant’: anticipating energy and environmental benefits of cleaner technologies. ECEEE 2009 Summer Study, 1940, June 2010.

Conferences

  1. Mohammad Sadegh Bahadori, Alexandre Bacelar Gonçalves, Filipe Moura. What are Mixed e-Bike Sharing Systems?. XVI Congresso Ibérico “A Bicicleta e a Cidade” Para além da Mobilidade” – Mobilidade Inteligente, Mobilidade Sustentável, Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais, Portugal, May 2019.

  2. Ana Martins, Filipe Moura and Carlos Lima Azevedo. Road safety in an uncertain technological future. 31st ICTCT Conference, Porto, October 2018.

Book Chapters

  1. Rosa Félix and Filipe Moura (2020). Sistema de bicicletas partilhadas de Lisboa – GIRA. in: Andrade, V., De Castro, J. (Eds.), Bicicletas nas Cidades: Experiências de Compartilhamento, Diversidade e Tecnologia. Relicário, Rio de Janeiro. ISBN: 978-6586279023.

  2. Filipe Moura and Sofia Kalakou (2019). Active Modes and Sustainability. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A., Brandli L., Özuyar P., Wall T. (Eds) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783319710594.

  3. Filipe Moura and João de Abreu e Silva (2019). Smart Cities: Definitions, Evolution of the Concept and Examples of Initiatives. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A., Brandli L., Özuyar P., Wall T. (Eds) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783319710594.

  4. Heather Jones, Filipe Moura, and Tiago Domingos (2018) Transportation Infrastructure Project Evaluation: Transforming CBA to Include a Life Cycle Perspective. In: Leal Filho W. (Eds), Handbook of Sustainability Science and Research, pp. 745-771. World Sustainability Series. Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783319630076.

  5. Olga Petrik, Filipe Moura, and João de Abreu e Silva (2014). The Influence of the Volume–Delay Function on Uncertainty Assessment for a Four-Step Model. In: de Sousa J., Rossi R. (Eds), Computer-based Modelling and Optimization in Transportation. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 262, pp. 293-306. Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783319046303.