BE (Hons) HCMUT; ME Nagoya; PhD Sydney
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
H73 - 378 Abercrombie Street
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Chinh Ho is a Senior Research Fellow in Transport Economics and Transport Planning. 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.
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 involves 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.
How we'll drive into the future 25 Nov 2016
Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Postdoctoral Research Fellow Chinh Ho about whether the motoring trends of 2016 will still exist in ten years and discussed ride-sharing services such as Uber.
Dr Chinh Ho was quoted by ABC News Fact Check about commuting time in Sydney and how it has changed over the last decade.
Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article about the spike in bus patronage and use in Sydney's urban fringes which quotes Dr Chinh Ho and Professor Corinne Mulley.
What a good city looks like 06 Apr 2011
Dr Chinh Ho discusses the principles of planning a sustainable and livable city in an article publshed in Vietnamnet.
Ho C and Hensher DA 2017 Forthcoming 'Application of irrelevance of state-wise dominated alternatives (ISDA) for identifying candidate processing strategies and behavioural choice rules adopted in best-worst stated preference studies', Journal of Choice Modelling
Hensher DA, Ho C and Beck MJ 2017 Forthcoming 'A simplified and practical alternative way to recognise the role of household characteristics in determining an individual’s preferences: the case of automobile choice', Transportation
Ho C, Mulley C, Tsai C, Ison S and Wiblin S 2016 Forthcoming 'Area-wide travel plans - targeting strategies for greater participation in green travel initiatives: a case study of Rouse Hill Town Centre, NSW Australia', Transportation
Hensher DA, Greene W and Ho C 2016 'Random Regret Minimization and Random Utility Maximization in the Presence of Preference Heterogeneity: An Empirical Contrast', Journal of Transportation Engineering, vol.142:4
Hensher DA, Ho C and Knowles L 2016 'Efficient contracting and incentive agreements between regulators and bus operators: The influence of risk preferences of contracting agents on contract choice', Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol.87, pp. 22-40
Ho C, Mulley C, Shiftan Y and Hensher DA 2016 'Vehicle value of travel time savings: Evidence from a group-based modelling approach', Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol.88, pp. 134-50
Hensher DA and Ho C 2016 'Experience conditioning in commuter modal choice modelling - Does it make a difference?', Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, vol.95, pp. 164-76
Hensher DA, Ho C and Liu W 2016 'How much is too much for tolled road users: toll saturation and the implications for car commuting value of travel time savings?', Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol.94, pp. 604-21
Ho C and Mulley C 2016 'Developing good practice outcomes in passenger transport: Strategic policy and practical implementation: Editorial', Research in Transportation Business & Management, vol.20, pp. 1-2
Ho C and Hensher DA 2015 'Greening Demand Chains in Urban Passenger Transport: Emissions Saving from Complex Trip Chains' in Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective, ed. B. Fahimnia, M.G.H. Bell, D.A. Hensher & J. Sarkis, Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 131-46
Hensher DA, Ho C and Mulley C 2015 'Identifying resident preferences for bus-based and rail-based investments as a complementary buy in perspective to inform project planning prioritisation', Journal of Transport Geography, vol.46, pp. 1-9
Hensher DA and Ho C 2015 'The role of perceived acceptability of alternatives in identifying and assessing choice set processing strategies in stated choice settings: The case of road pricing reform', Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, vol.83, pp. 225-37
Hensher DA, Ho C and Mulley C 2015 'Disruption costs in contract transitions', 14th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport - Thredbo 14, Santiago, Chile, 3rd September 2015
Hensher DA, Ho C and Knowles L 2015 'Efficient contracting and incentive agreements between regulators and bus operators: the influence of risk preferences of contracting agents on contract choice', 14th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport - Thredbo 14, Santiago, Chile, 3rd September 2015
Ho C and Hensher DA 2015 'Application of irrelevance of state‐wise dominated alternatives (ISDA) for identifying candidate processing strategies and behavioural choice rules adopted in best-worst stated preference studies', 14th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research IATBR Conference, Windsor, United Kingdom, 23rd July 2015
Ho C and Mulley C 2015 'How much walking do Sydneysiders do in their daily life? Evidence from the Household Travel Survey', 1st International Conference on Transport and Health, London, United Kingdom, 8th July 2015
Hensher DA, Ho C and Mulley C 2015 'Identifying Preferences For Public Transport Investments Under A Constrained Budget', 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB, Washington, D.C., United States, 15th January 2015
Ho C and Hensher DA 2015 'A workplace choice model accounting for spatial competition and agglomeration effects', Proceedings of the 37th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2015, Sydney, Australia, 2nd October 2015
Ho C, Mulley C, Shiftan Y and Hensher DA 2015 'Value of travel time savings for multiple occupant car: evidence from a group-based modelling approach', 37th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2015, Sydney, Australia, 2nd October 2015
Ison S, Mulley C, Mifsud A and Ho C 2014 'A Parking Space Levy: A Case Study of Sydney, Australia' in Parking: Issues and Policy - Transport and Sustainability (Volume 5), ed. Ison S and Mulley C, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom, pp. 317-33
Ho C, Tsai C, Mulley C, Ison S and Wiblin S 2014 'Area‐wide travel plans - targeting strategies for greater participation in green travel initiatives: A case study of Rouse Hill Town Centre, NSW Australia', World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research WSTLUR, Delft, Netherlands, 27th June 2014
Ho C and Hensher DA 2014 'Housing prices and price endogeneity in tenure and dwelling type choice models', 32nd Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research CAITR, University of NSW, Australia, 18th February 2014
Ho C and Mulley C 2013 'Multiple Purposes at Single Destination: a Key to a Better Understanding of the Relationship between Tour Complexity and Mode Choice', Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol.49:March, pp. 206-19
Mulley C and Ho C 2013 'Metrobuses in Sydney: how high capacity and high frequency services are benefiting the Metropolitan fringe', 13th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport - Thredbo 13, Oxford, United Kingdom, 19th September 2013
Ho C 2013 'Interpersonal cooperation in tour-based mode choice: the role of household resources and spatial setting (Innovation Grant winner)', 13th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR 2013 RIO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 18th July 2013
Ho C and Mulley C 2013 'Group travel and public transport use: the effect of fare discounts', Proceedings of the 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013 - “Transport and the New World City”, Brisbane, Australia, 4th October 2013
Ho C and Mulley C 2013 'Tour-Based Mode Choice of Joint Household Travel Patterns on Weekend and Weekday', Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board - "Deploying Transportation Research - Doing Things Smarter, Better, Faster", Washington D.C., United States, 17th January 2013
Ho C and Mulley C 2013 'Incorporating Intrahousehold Interactions into Tour-Based Model of Public Transport Use in Car-Negotiating Households', Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board - "Deploying Transportation Research - Doing Things Smarter, Better, Faster", Washington D.C., United States, 17th January 2013
Ho C 2013 'An investigation of intra-household interactions in travel mode choice', Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Mulley C and Ho C 2012 'Evaluating the impact of bus network planning changes in Sydney, Australia', 35th Annual Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012, Perth, Australia, 28th September 2012
Ho C and Mulley C 2012 'Incorporating intra-household interactions into a tour-based model of public transport use in car-negotiating households (John H Taplin Prize winner)', 35th Annual Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012, Perth, Australia, 28th September 2012
Ho C, Mulley C and Shaz K 2012 'Data inconsistencies detection and correction: an application to identifying joint household travel from the household travel survey', Proceedings of the 1st European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems, Lausanne, Switzerland, 9th September 2012
Internal Working Paper/s
Ho C and Mulley C 2012 'Multiple purposes at single destination: a key to a better understanding of the relationship between tour complexity and mode choice', ITLS Working Paper WP-12-15 University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Ho C and Yamamoto T 2011 'The role of attitudes and public transport service on vehicle ownership in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam', Proceedings of the 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011, Adelaide, Australia, 30th September 2011
There is a recognised need within government and industry for having a capability to undertake a quick scan of a large number of candidate transport, infrastructure, and land-use projects and policies and prioritise them based on passenger and freight demand forecasts, benefit-costs ratios and economy-wide outcomes.
The MetroScan-TI project aims to provide this capability to governments and industries by applying High Performance Computing techniques to “deliver vital demand forecasts and a detailed assessment in a very short time frame”. The project also aims to provide a framework in which new models being developed by researchers at The University can be tested and applied.
MetroScan-TI has a significant potential to provide a transformational impact on a wide-range of policy decisions, both in Sydney and elsewhere, by providing a method for evaluating many possible initiatives on a range of measures.
Artemis High Performance Computing (HPC) Grand Challenge Scheme (Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research)