Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) undertakes graduate teaching, management development programs, grant and contract research and development in the fields of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. ITLS is part of Australia's Key Centre of Excellence in Transport Research and Education an international collaboration at three nodes: ITLS Sydney, ITS Monash and ITLS Africa.
Chinh Ho is a Senior Research Fellow in Transport Economics and Transport Planning. Chinh completed his PhD in 2013 on intra-household interactions and group decisions in travel mode choice, with a particular focus on planning strategies and segments of car users to encourage the use of more sustainable travel modes. At ITLS, Chinh is involved in the development of a new version of the Transportation and Environment Strategy Impact Simulator (TRESIS) and other projects focusing on the use of stated choice experiments to study individual and group choices, and heuristics in travel behaviour. Chinh was awarded the John H Taplin Prize for the best paper presented at the Australasian Transport Research Forum 2012, the Innovation Grant from World Conference on Transport Research 2013 and the Michael Beesley Award for the best paper presented to Thredbo 2013 by early career researchers. Chinh also holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering with first class Honours in Bridge and Highway Engineering from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Vietnam where he was a full-time lecturer. Before joining ITLS, Chinh obtained a masters degree in Transport Planning from Nagoya University, Japan and led an infrastructure team at NewCC Construction and Consultant firm. Acting as a member of scientific and technical committee, Chinh has provided strategic and operational advices on urban and regional planning, including economic analysis of transport infrastructure projects in Vietnam, urban mobility for developing world, and bus services in NSW.
Christopher Selth, ADC Forum
Paying our way on infrastructure, New approaches ...More »
16 Jun 2015 - 11:00 am
Latest Working Paper
A simplified and practical alternative way to recognise the role of household characteristics in determining an individual’s preferences: the case of automobile choice
David A. Hensher, Chinh Ho and Matthew. J. Beck