Directory of Researchers

SANKO Nobuhiro
Graduate School of Business Administration / Division of Business Administration
Professor
Business / Economics
Last Updated :2022/09/16

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • <Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Graduate School of Business Administration / Division of Business Administration
  • <Related Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    School of Business Administration / Department of Business Administration

Teaching

Research Activities

Research Interests

  • Travel behaviour analysis
  • Transport planning

Research Areas

  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) / Civil engineering (planning and transportation)
  • Humanities & social sciences / Commerce

Committee Memberships

  • Dec. 2021 - Jan. 2022, The Seventh International Choice Modelling Conference, Member, Programme Committee
  • Sep. 2021 - Sep. 2021, Chair, The Seventeenth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 17)
  • Aug. 2019 - Present, Member, International Steering Committee, International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo)
  • Aug. 2019 - Aug. 2019, The International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC), Co-chair: The Sixth International Choice Modelling Conference
  • Apr. 2017 - Apr. 2017, International Choice Modelling Conference, Member, Academic Committee, The Fifth International Choice Modelling Conference
  • Jun. 2015 - May 2018, 土木学会, 委員『土木計画学研究委員会「健康とまちづくり研究小委員会」』
  • Jun. 2013 - May 2016, 土木学会, 委員『土木計画学研究委員会「都市間旅客交通研究小委員会」』
  • Jun. 2005 - May 2008, 土木学会, 委員『土木計画学研究委員会 「土木計画のための態度・行動変容研究小委員会」』

Awards

  • Oct. 2011 日本交通学会, 日本交通学会賞(論文の部), Temporal Transferability of Updated Alternative-Specific Constants in Disaggregate Mode Choice Models

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

  • May 2006 社団法人 日本都市計画学会, 日本都市計画学会論文奨励賞, 多時点断面データとSPデータを用いた交通行動変化の非集計分析

    Sanko Nobuhiro

Published Papers

  • Acceptability of autonomous vehicles in comparison with other automated technologies

    Nobuhiro Sanko

    Sep. 2021, Doshisha Shogaku, 73 (2), 229 - 248, Japanese

    [Invited]

    Research institution

  • Petr Mariel, Nobuhiro Sanko, Ainhoa Vega-Bayo

    Elsevier BV, Sep. 2021, Studies in Educational Evaluation, 70, 101065 - 101065, English, International magazine, Co-authored internationally

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Extended MaaS including non-mobility component

    Nobuhiro Sanko

    Jun. 2021, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, 63, Japanese

    Symposium

  • Expectation and satisfaction towards railway companies by residents along railway lines

    Utsunomiya, K, Sanko, N, Keumi, C

    Mar. 2021, The Japanese Journal of Transportation Economics, 64, 59 - 66, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Expectation and satisfaction towards railway companies by residents along railway lines

    Utsunomiya, K, Sanko, N, Keumi, C

    Oct. 2020, Proceedings of annual meeting of the Japan Society of Transportation Economics (limited access online), Japanese, Domestic magazine

    Research society

  • Nobuhiro Sanko

    Elsevier BV, Sep. 2020, Research in Transportation Economics, 100931 - 100931, English, International magazine

    [Refereed][Invited]

    Scientific journal

  • Preferences for highway overnight coaches focusing on seat types and same sex seating

    Sanko, N, Higashimoto, T, Nakayama, K

    Jun. 2020, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, 61, Japanese, Domestic magazine

    Research society

  • Nobuhiro Sanko

    Informa UK Limited, 01 Jan. 2020, Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 16 (3), 1310 - 1332, English, International magazine

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Mode choice between stations and campuses located on the hillside

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Dec. 2019, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (60), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Bwambale Andrew, Choudhury Charisma F, Sanko Nobuhiro

    In many countries of the developing world, it is difficult to conduct large-scale household travel surveys to collect data for travel behaviour model estimation and application. This paper focuses on two candidate solutions to the problem: (1) developing models that can be applied for prediction using secondary data collected for other purposes and include socio-demographic inf

    Springer International Publishing, Oct. 2019, Transportation in Developing Economies, 5 (2), English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Combinations of activities and their productivity while commuting to work/school

    SANKO Nobuhiro, SHIRAKAWA Yusuke

    Jun. 2019, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (59), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Activities while commuting to school/work and ideal transport

    SANKO Nobuhiro, OIKAWA Ryo

    Nov. 2018, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (58), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Impact of crowding on train choices when all passengers have reserved seats

    大石紘輝, SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jun. 2018, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (57), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Nobuhiro Sanko

    Forecasts using disaggregate travel demand models are often based on data from the most recent time point, even when cross-sectional data is available from multiple time points. However, this is not a good use of the data. In a previous study, the author proposed a method that jointly utilises cross-sectional data from multiple time points in which parameters are assumed to be functions of time (year), meaning that the parameter values vary over time. The method was applied to journey-to-work mode choice analyses for Nagoya, Japan. Behaviours in 2001 were forecast using one model with only the most recent 1991 dataset and other models that combined datasets for 1971, 1981, and 1991. The latter models outperformed the former model, which demonstrated the applicability of the proposed method. Although the functions of time ascribe the parameter changes to the trends over time, the theoretical underpinnings needed further investigation. The aim of this study is to analyse the same dataset used in the author’s previous study, but express the parameters as functions of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita. This method has fewer problems related to its theoretical underpinnings, since the parameter changes are explained by the effects of economic conditions. The functions of GDP per capita produced better forecasts than the functions of time. In addition, the functions of GDP per capita present fewer problems when choosing functional forms and extrapolating into the distant future/past and even to other areas. Sensitivity analysis with respect to uncertainties in the future GDP per capita showed that the proposed models are practical.

    Springer New York LLC, 01 May 2018, Transportation, 45 (3), 905 - 918, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • 交通需要予測モデルにおける定数項の修正:データ収集時点とサンプル数に基づくその意義

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2018, 土木学会論文集D3(土木計画学), 74 (1), 21 - 34, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • 年齢・時代・世代に着目した出勤交通手段分担率の集計分析

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Nov. 2017, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (56), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Andrew Daly, Nobuhiro Sanko, Mark Wardman

    There is a significant body of evidence from both disaggregate choice modelling literature and practical travel demand forecasting that the responsiveness to cost and possibly to time diminishes with journey length. This has, in Britain at least, been termed 'Cost Damping', and is recognised in guidance issued by the UK Department for Transport. However, the consistency of the effect across modes and data types has not been established. Cost damping, if it exists, affects both the forecasting of demand and our understanding of behaviour. This paper aims to investigate the evidence for cost and time damping in rail demand using aggregate rail ticket sales data. The rail ticket sales data in Britain has, for many years, formed the basis of analysis of a wide range of impacts of rail demand. It records the number of tickets sold between station pairs, and it is generally felt to provide a reasonably accurate reflection of travel demand. However, the consistency of these direct demand models with choice modelling and highway demand model structures has not been investigated. Rail direct demand models estimated by ticket sales data indicate only slight variation in the fare elasticity with distance, as is evidenced in the largest meta-analysis of price elasticities conducted to date (Wardman in J Transp Econ Policy 48(3):367-384, 2014). This study of UK elasticities shows strong variation between urban and inter-urban trips, presumably a segmentation at least in part by purpose, but less remaining variation by trip length. A lack of variation by length supports the hypothesis of cost damping, because constant cost sensitivity would imply that fare elasticity would increase strongly with distance, because of the increasing impact of higher fares at longer distances. In this paper we indicate that rail direct demand models have some consistency of behavioural paradigm with utility based choice models used in highway planning. We go on to use rail demand data to estimate time and fare elasticities in the context of various cost damping functions. Our empirical contribution is to estimate time elasticities on a basis directly comparable with cost elasticities and to show that the phenomenon of cost damping is strongly present in ticket sales data. This finding implies that cost damping should be included in models intended for multimodal analysis, which may otherwise give incorrect predictions.

    SPRINGER, Nov. 2017, TRANSPORTATION, 44 (6), 1499 - 1517, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Preferences for park/kiss and bus rapid transit ride in Okinawa, Japan

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Chodai Takamiyagi

    Aug. 2017, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 15), English

    International conference proceedings

  • 交通需要予測における調査頻度とサンプル数のトレードオフ:3時点の繰り返し断面データを用いた基礎分析

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jun. 2017, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (55), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Comparing travel demand forecasts between models with larger data from single time point and models with smaller data from two time points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Apr. 2017, Proceedings of the Fifth International Choice Modelling Conference, English

    International conference proceedings

  • SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2017, Transportation, 44 (6), 1403 - 1420, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • A novel model updating method: updating function model with gross domestic product per capita

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2017, Compendium of Papers of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • 1時点大規模データと2時点小規模データによる交通需要予測精度比較

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Nov. 2016, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (54), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Nobuhiro Sanko

    In travel demand forecasting models, parameters are often assumed to be stable over time. The stability of these parameters, however, has been questioned. This study investigates the factors affecting temporal changes in mode choice model parameters using a method proposed by the author that jointly utilises repeated cross-sectional data. In this method, the parameters are assumed to follow functional forms and the parameter changes are modelled endogenously. While the author's previous studies assumed that all parameters are the same function of the same variable, this study assumes that different parameters are different functions of different variables, including time (year) and macro-economic variables. The paper describes a case study of a journey-to-work mode choice analysis for Nagoya, Japan, that examines 288 combinations of the functional forms and variables. The analysis found that the functions of time had serious over-fitting problems and that parameter changes are more closely related to economic factors.

    TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, Oct. 2016, TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY, 39 (7), 641 - 652, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • パーソントリップ調査に関する小論:パラメータの時点変化を考慮したモデル更新法の視点

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    May 2016, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (53), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Criteria for selecting model updating methods for better temporal transferability

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2016, Compendium of Papers of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • 時間移転性向上のためのモデル更新法の選択基準

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Nov. 2015, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (52), Japanese

    Symposium

  • 駅勢圏の大きさに影響を与える要因の分析:大阪~三ノ宮間のJR線を対象として

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Aug. 2015, 国民経済雑誌, 212 (2), 51 - 70, Japanese

    Research institution

  • 新しい小さいサンプルは古い大きいサンプルと同時に使うべきか:定数項の修正によるモデル更新の適用可能性

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jun. 2015, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (51), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Trade-off between data newness and number of observations for travel demand forecasting

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2015, Compendium of Papers of the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • Modelling Car Trip Generation in the Developing World: The Tale of Two Cities

    Bwambale, A, Choudhury, C.F, SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2015, Compendium of Papers of the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • 交通需要予測におけるデータの新しさとサンプル数のトレードオフ

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Nov. 2014, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (50), Japanese

    Symposium

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Stephane Hess, Jeffrey Dumont, Andrew Daly

    Income is a key variable in many choice models. It is also one of the most salient examples of a variable affected by data problems. Issues with income arise as measurement errors in categorically captured income, correlation between stated income and unobserved variables, systematic over- or under-statement of income and missing income values for those who refuse to answer or do not know their (household) income. A common approach for dealing especially with missing income is to use imputation based on the relationship among those who report income between their stated income for reporters and their socio-demographic characteristics. A number of authors have also recently put forward a latent variable treatment of the issue, which has theoretical advantages over imputation, not least by drawing not just on data on stated income for reporters, but also choice behaviour of all respondents. We contrast this approach empirically with imputation as well as simpler approaches in two case studies, one with stated preference data and one with revealed preference data. Our findings suggest that, at least with the data at hand, the latent variable approach produces similar results to imputation, possibly an indication of non-reporters of income having similar income distributions from those who report it. But in other data sets the efficiency advantage over imputation could help in revealing issues in the complete and accurate reporting of income. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    ELSEVIER SCI LTD, Sep. 2014, JOURNAL OF CHOICE MODELLING, 12, 47 - 57, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Nobuhiro Sanko

    Forecasts of travel demand are often based on data from the most recent time point, even when cross-sectional data is available from multiple time points. This is because forecasting models with similar contexts have higher transferability, and the context of the most recent time point is believed to be the most similar to the context of a future time point. In this paper, the author proposes a method for improving the forecasting performance of disaggregate travel demand models by utilising not only the most recent dataset but also an older dataset. The author assumes that the parameters are functions of time, which means that future parameter values can be forecast. These forecast parameters are then used for travel demand forecasting. This paper describes a case study of journeys to work mode choice analysis in Nagoya, Japan, using data collected in 1971, 1981, 1991, and 2001. Behaviours in 2001 are forecast using a model with only the most recent 1991 dataset and models that combine the 1971, 1981, and 1991 datasets. The models proposed by the author using data from three time points can provide better forecasts. This paper also discusses the functional forms for expressing parameter changes and questions the temporal transferability of not only alternative-specific constants but also level-of-service and socio-economic parameters.

    SPRINGER, Jul. 2014, TRANSPORTATION, 41 (4), 673 - 695, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Dilum Dissanayake, Shinya Kurauchi, Hiroaki Maesoba, Toshiyuki Yamamoto, Takayuki Morikawa

    This study investigates household car and motorcycle ownership behaviours in the Asian metropolises of Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur (developing countries), and of Nagoya (developed country). Mode choice models are first estimated to calculate accessibility measures, and then car and motorcycle ownership models are estimated using bivariate ordered probit models with the accessibility measures as explanatory variables. Inter-regional comparisons and spatial transferability analysis are conducted. Results suggest that: (i) accessibility measures and car and motorcycle ownership behaviour are correlated; (ii) car and motorcycle ownership is substitutable in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, but is complementary in Nagoya; (iii) car and motorcycle ownership behaviour in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur is similar and quite distinct from Nagoya; and (iv) car and motorcycle ownership behaviour in Nagoya in 1981 was closer than the ownership behaviour in Nagoya in 1991 and 2001 to the behaviour in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. Policy implications are also discussed.

    TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC, Mar. 2014, TRANSPORTMETRICA A-TRANSPORT SCIENCE, 10 (3), 187 - 213, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Travel demand forecasts by using repeated cross-sectional data: attempt to express parameters as functions of gross domestic product per capita

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2014, Compendium of Papers of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • A latent variable approach to dealing with missing or inaccurately measured variables: the case of income

    Stephane Hess, SANKO Nobuhiro, Jeff Dumont, Andrew Daly

    Jul. 2013, paper presented at the Third International Choice Modelling Conference, English

    International conference proceedings

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa, Yoshitaka Nagamatsu

    Inaccuracies in forecasting create serious problems for transportation projects. To improve forecasting accuracy, researchers must investigate the reasons for the inaccuracies. However, very little research has been done, and the percentage of errors for each reason has rarely been examined. After perusing various studies on forecasting inaccuracies, the authors determined that an in-depth case study was necessary. This paper describes such a case study: an overestimate in a forecast of travel demand, forecast using the four-step method, for the Tokadai Line rail service in a suburb of Nagoya, Japan. The paper examines the following factors behind the errors: target area, population, modal split, failure to consider the effects of a competing railway, inappropriate selection of modal choice model, and an incomplete network. Through this case, three implications of general inaccuracies in forecasting are presented. First, while previous studies have shown that input uncertainties are larger than model uncertainties, this does not mean that inputs cause larger errors. Second, the uncertainties related to inputs must be prioritised. Finally, the reasons for the inaccuracies are more difficult than expected to identify, since the same inaccuracies can be explained by more than one reason. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    ELSEVIER SCI LTD, May 2013, TRANSPORT POLICY, 27, 209 - 218, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa, Shinya Kurauchi

    Disaggregate behaviour choice models have been improved in many aspects, but they are rarely evaluated from the viewpoint of their ability to express intention to change travel behaviour. This study compared various models, including objective and latent models and compensatory and non-compensatory decision-making models. Latent models contain latent factors calculated using the LISREL (linear structural relations) model. Non-compensatory models are based on a lexicographic-semiorder heuristic. This paper proposes 'probability increment' and 'joint probability increment' as indicators for evaluating the ability of these models to express intention to change travel behaviour. The application to commuting travel data in the Chukyo metropolitan area in Japan showed that the appropriate non-compensatory and latent models outperform other models. © 2012 International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences.

    Mar. 2013, IATSS Research, 36 (2), 129 - 138, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • When explanatory variables are unobserved: the example of latent income

    Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly, Jeff Dumont, SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2013, Compendium of Papers of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, English

    International conference proceedings

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Toshiyuki Yamamoto

    SP attribute values are sometimes set X times or I /X times the RP attribute values in the direction that changes respondents' RP behaviour. In estimating RP/SP models, assumptions on error structures are required: (a) RP and SP have both a common error component and independent error components (general model) (b) RP and SP have a common error component and SP only has an independent error component (SP-off-RP model) (c) RP and SP have independent error components only (independent model) and (d) RP and SP have a common error component only (double-bound model). This study simulates and examines the estimation efficiency of RP/SP models based on the D-error considering both error structures and attribute differences. Insights obtained are the following. (I) The general model offers better estimation efficiency in the neighbourhood of X=I0. (2) For the SP-off-RP model and the independent model, the larger the variance in the error components of the SP model relative to the RP model, the larger the value of X that is required to minimise the D-error. The authors propose a method for designing an SP experiment in which the level-of-service of the SP differs from that of the RP by only a single attribute value. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    Elsevier Ltd, 2013, Journal of Choice Modelling, 6, 60 - 73, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Improving Forecast Performance Using Cross-Sectional Data from Multiple Time Points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jul. 2012, paper presented at the 13th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, English

    International conference proceedings

  • 複数時点の断面データを用いた交通需要予測精度の向上

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jun. 2012, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (45), Japanese

    Symposium

  • RPの属性値を基準にした効率的なSP調査設計:RPとSPの誤差項に着目して

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 山本俊行

    Dec. 2011, 土木学会論文集D3(土木計画学), 67 (5), Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Relationships between the Station Catchment Area Size and the Distance to Neighbouring Stations -- A Reanalysis of Okudaira (1967) --

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Aug. 2011, 国民経済雑誌, 204 (2), 111 - 121, Japanese

    Research institution

  • Station Catchment Area Considering Express Stations and the Distances to the Neighbouring Stations

    SANKO Nobuhiro, SHOJI KENICHI

    May 2011, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (43), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Efficient SP Experiment Design for RP/SP Models Focusing on Error Components

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 山本俊行

    Nov. 2010, 土木計画学研究・講演集, (42), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Study of Railway Station Areas of Influence

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Oct. 2010, 運輸と経済, 70 (10), 25 - 32, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa

    Methods of updating disaggregate discrete choice models have been proposed as a means of obtaining better transferability. However, the temporal transferability of models updated for better spatial transferability has rarely been analysed, and the factors affecting temporal transferability have not been determined. This paper deals with one updating method-the use of disaggregate data to update alternative-specific constants-and investigates the factors affecting the temporal transferability of the updated constants. In the analysis, repeated cross-section data collected in the Chukyo metropolitan area are divided, efficiently generating many application areas. The analysis showed that the factors can depend on regional characteristics and past travel behaviours (inertia), and are anti-symmetric and path-dependent of changes in the level of service.

    SPRINGER, Mar. 2010, TRANSPORTATION, 37 (2), 203 - 219, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Evaluation of Travel Mode Choice Models from the Viewpoint of Their Ability to Express Intention to Change Travel Behaviour: Focusing on Decision-Making Rules and Attribute Characteristics

    SANKO Nobuhiro, T. Morikawa, S. Kurauchi

    Dec. 2009, paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, -, English

    Scientific journal

  • Parameter Estimation Efficiency of Stated Preference Survey Focusing on Response Formats: The Case of Double-Bounded Response Format

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Oct. 2009, 国民経済雑誌, 200 (4), 45 - 54, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Choice Models Using Matching Data

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Morikawa, T

    Oct. 2009, In Kitamura, R., Yoshii, T., and Yamamoto, T. (Eds.) The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Emerald, UK, 571-594, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Analysis on the Structural Characteristics of the Station Catchment Area in Japan

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Shoji Kenichi

    Sep. 2009, In Preston, J., Jansson, K., Veeneman, W., and van de Velde, D. (eds.) Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport: Public Policy and Transport, 79 - 86, English

    Scientific journal

  • Nobuhiro Sanko, Dilum Dissanayake, Shinya Kurauchi, Hiroaki Maesoba, Toshiyuki Yamamoto, Takayuki Morikawa

    This study investigates household car and motorcycle ownership in Nagoya metropolitan area of Japan. Bivariate ordered pro- bit models of household vehicle ownership were developed using the data from the case study area at three time points, 1981, 1991, and 2001. The accessibility that is generally known to be correlated with vehicle ownership decisions is incorporated as an input for the proposed vehicle ownership model to investigate the potential relationship between them. The mode choice models for the area were first estimated to quantify the accessibility indexes that were later integrated into the vehicle ownership models. Inter-temporal comparison and temporal transferability analysis were conducted. Some of the major findings suggest: 1) that age and gender differences have become less important in modal choices and car ownership as motorization proceeds 2) that the accessibility seems to have a significant correlation with vehicle ownership 3) that car and motorcycle ownership may not be independent and may have a complementary relationship and 4) that the deep insights concerning the model selection are obtained from the viewpoints of the temporal transferability.

    Elsevier B.V., 2009, IATSS Research, 33 (2), 39 - 53, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Effects of Response Formats of Stated Preference Analysis for Travel Mode Switching Behaviour - Bivariate Probit and Interval Data Models for One-and-One-Half Bound Format -

    N.Sanko, T.Morikawa

    Oct. 2008, Proceedings of European Transport Conference 2008, Web, English

    Scientific journal

  • Analysis of Response Formats of SP Survey: Application of Bivariate Probit and Interval Data Models for One-and-One-Half Bound Response Format

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    Jun. 2008, 土木計画学研究・講演集, No.37(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Effects of Response Formats in Contingent Valuation of Travel Mode Switching Behaviour -- An Inspection for the Effectiveness of One-and-Half Bound SP Data --

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    Oct. 2007, 国民経済雑誌, 196 (4), 65 - 72, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Estimation of Disaggregate Behaviour Models with RP and Payment Card SP Data

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Dec. 2006, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, No.34(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Choice Models Using Matching Data

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Aug. 2006, Paper Presented at the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, CD-ROM, English

    Scientific journal

  • Inter-Temporal and Inter-Regional Analysis of Household Behaviors on Car and Motorcycle Ownership in Asian Metropolitan Cities: Bivariate Ordered Probit Modeling Approach

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Dissanayake Dilum, Kurauchi Shinya, Maesoba Hiroaki, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Morikawa Takayuki

    Jan. 2006, Compendium of Papers CD-ROM of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, English

    Scientific journal

  • Estimation of Disaggregate Behaviour Models with RP and One-and-Half Bound SP Data

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Dec. 2005, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, 第32号, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Inter-Temporal Comparison of Household Car and Motorcycle Ownership Models Considering Traffic Convenience in Residential Area --The Case of the Chukyo Metropolitan Area--

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Maesoba Hiroaki, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Morikawa Takayuki

    Oct. 2005, Infrastructure Planning Review, 第22巻,541-550頁。, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Disaggregate Analysis on Travel Behaviour Change Using Repeated Cross-Section Data and SP Data

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Jan. 2005, 名古屋大学博士論文, -, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Inter-Temporal Comparison of Household Car and Motorcycle Ownership Behaviours in the Chukyo Metropolitan Area

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Maesoba Hiroaki, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Morikawa Takayuki

    Nov. 2004, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, No.30(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Inter-Temporal Analysis on the Relationships among Household Residence, Vehicle Ownership and Vehicle Distance Travelled

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Nov. 2004, Infrastructure Planning Review, Vol. 21,523-530, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Temporal Transferability of Updated Alternative-Specific Constants in Disaggregate Mode Choice Models

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Oct. 2004, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, No. 39-3,511-516, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • A study on the Evaluation Method of Eco-Cities Focusing on Stress Factors

    Yokochi Tatsuo, Morikawa Takayuki, Taniguchi Shoichi, Sanko Nobuhiro, Matsuda Hiroki

    Sep. 2004, 59th Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, 第7部(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • The Effects of P&R on the Generalised Cost of Household Travel Behaviour

    Kitaura Yoshio, Sanko Nobuhiro, Taniguchi Shoichi, Morikawa Takayuki, Ichioka Hideyuki

    Sep. 2004, 59th Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, 第4部(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Analysis of the Users' Impressions to Railway Stations Focusing on the Effects of Adjunct Retail Facilities

    Li Cheng, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Sep. 2004, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 2004, pp. 227-235., English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Post-Project Evaluation of the Demand Forecast for a New Transit System

    Morikawa Takayuki, Nagamatsu Yoshitaka, Sanko Nobuhiro

    Jul. 2004, Transport Policy Studies' Review, Vol. 7,No. 2,20-29, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Temporal Transferability of Updated Alternative-Specific Constants in Disaggregate Mode Choice Models

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    Jun. 2004, Proceedings of Infrastructure Planning, No.29(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Time-Series Analysis of the Relationships among Household Residence, Vehicle Ownership and Automobile Dependent Travel Behaviour

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    Nov. 2003, 土木計画学研究・講演集, No.28(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Time-Series Analysis of the Influence of Residence and Vehicle Ownership Choices on the Automobile Dependent Travel Behaviour

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    Jun. 2003, 土木計画学研究・講演集, No.27(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Guidelines for SP Experiment Design

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Andrew Daly, Eric Kroes

    Nov. 2002, 土木計画学研究・講演集, No.26(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • SP Analysis on Modal Change Focusing on Decision-Making Rules and Latent Components

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行, 倉内慎也

    Sep. 2002, 土木学会第57回年次学術講演会講演概要集, 第4部(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Best Practice in SP Design

    SANKO Nobuhiro, A. Daly, E. Kroes

    Sep. 2002, Proceedings of European Transport Conference 2002, (CD-ROM), English

    Scientific journal

  • An Empirical Study on the Assumption of Decision-making Strategies which Underpin Individual Behavior Models

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 倉内慎也, 森川高行, 大橋聡子

    Jun. 2002, 土木計画学研究・講演集, No.25(CD-ROM), Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Comparative Analysis on Individual Choice Behaviour Models Focusing on Decision Making Rules and Latent Components

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Feb. 2002, 名古屋大学修士論文, -, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Guidelines for Stated Preference Experiment Design

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Nov. 2001, MBA Dissertation, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, -, English

    Scientific journal

  • Analysis on Systems Concerning Traffic-Related Environmental Load in Southeastern Asian Developing Countries to Build Some Countermeasures

    今井洋平, 林良嗣, 加藤博和, SANKO Nobuhiro

    Sep. 2000, 土木学会第55回年次学術講演会講演概要集, 第7部, 508 - 509, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Designing an Expert System to Support Diagnosis and Prescription Process for Prevention of Traffic Pollution in Developing Countries

    中村英夫, 林良嗣, 宮本和明, 表明榮, 加藤博和, SANKO Nobuhiro

    Oct. 1999, 土木計画学研究・講演集, 22(2), 555 - 558, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • A System to Build Countermeasures against the Traffic-Related Air Pollution in the Developing Countries with the Internet Technology

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 林良嗣, 加藤博和

    Sep. 1999, 土木学会第54回年次学術講演会講演概要集, 第4部, 150 - 151, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • A System to Build Countermeasures against the Traffic-Related Air Pollution in the Developing Countries with the Internet Technology

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 林良嗣, 加藤博和

    Mar. 1999, 平成10年度土木学会中部支部年次学術講演会講演概要, -, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • A System to Build Countermeasures against the Traffic-Related Air Pollution in the Developing Countries with the Internet Technology

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Feb. 1999, 名古屋大学卒業論文, -, Japanese

    Scientific journal

MISC

  • 外国書講読を通じて自ら考える : 公共交通を対象として

    三古 展弘

    神戸大学, Oct. 2015, 経済学・経営学学習のために, 2015, 9 - 17, Japanese

    [Invited]

  • Transport

    SHOJI Kenichi, 三古 展弘

    Mar. 2011, ハンドブック 経営学 (神戸大学経済経営学会編,ミネルヴァ書房), 249 - 263, Japanese

    Introduction other

  • ゼミ(研究指導)と卒業論文

    三古展弘

    2021, 国民経済雑誌別冊 経済学経営学 学習のために, (令和3年度前期号), 63 - 72, Japanese

    [Invited]

  • COVID-19でも広義の交通は減らなかった?

    三古展弘

    Oct. 2020, Business Insight, 28 (3), 23 - 25

    [Invited]

  • 交通需要予測の難しさ

    三古展弘

    2013, ていくおふ, (133), 2 - 9, Japanese

    [Invited]

Books etc

  • 第2章第9節 非集計モデル,第8章第16節 街路空間の効率的利用,交通経済ハンドブック(日本交通学会編)

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    Single work, 白桃書房, Oct. 2011, Japanese

    Scholarly book

  • Chapter 16 Transport, In: Handbook Business Administration (edited by the Keizai-Keiei Gakkai, Kobe University)

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 正司健一

    Joint work, ミネルヴァ書房, Mar. 2011, Japanese

    Scholarly book

Presentations

  • Extended MaaS including non-mobility component

    Nobuhiro Sanko

    第63回土木計画学研究・発表会, Jun. 2021, Japanese

    Oral presentation

  • Mode choice between stations and campuses located on the hillside

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第60回土木計画学研究・発表会, Dec. 2019, Japanese

    Oral presentation

  • The first- and last-mile transport of university students between stations and campuses located on the hillside

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    The 16th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 16), Aug. 2019, English, Singapore, Singapore, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Stated preference survey to elicit joint decisions by asking a single respondent

    SANKO Nobuhiro, KIMURA Wataru

    The Sixth International Choice Modelling Conference, Aug. 2019, English, Kobe, Japan, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Combinations of activities and their productivity while commuting to work/school

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 白川 勇輔

    第59回土木計画学研究・発表会, Jun. 2019, Japanese, 土木学会, 名城大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 通勤・通学中の活動と理想の交通

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 及川 凌

    第58回土木計画学研究・発表会, Nov. 2018, Japanese, 土木学会, 大分大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Age-period-cohort analysis for alternative-specific constants in commuting mode choice models

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    The 15th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Jul. 2018, English, The International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Santa Barbara, California, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 乗客全員が着席可能な状況下での車内混雑と列車選択

    大石 紘輝, SANKO Nobuhiro

    第57回土木計画学研究・発表会, Jun. 2018, Japanese, 土木学会, 東京工業大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • AGGREGATE ANALYSIS OF COMMUTING MODAL SHARES FOCUSING ON AGE, PERIOD, AND COHORT

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第56回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2017, Japanese, 岩手大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Trade-off between survey frequency and sample size for forecasting travel demand: a preliminary study using cross-sectional data from three time points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    The 11th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, Sep. 2017, English, Estérel, Quebec, International conference

    Poster presentation

  • Preferences for park/kiss and bus rapid transit ride in Okinawa, Japan

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Chodai Takamiyagi

    15th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 15), Aug. 2017, English, Stockholm, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Trade-off between survey frequency and sample size for forecasting travel demand: a preliminary study using cross-sectional data from three time points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第55回土木計画学研究・発表会, Jun. 2017, Japanese, 土木学会, 愛媛大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Comparing travel demand forecasts between models with larger data from single time point and models with smaller data from two time points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    The Fifth International Choice Modelling Conference, Apr. 2017, English, Cape Town, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • A novel model updating method: updating function model with gross domestic product per capita

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2017, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Comparing travel demand forecasting performance between models with larger data from single time point and with smaller data from two points in time

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第54回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2016, Japanese, 土木学会, 長崎大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • An essay on household travel survey: view from model updating method incorporating temporal parameter changes

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第53回土木計画学研究発表会, May 2016, Japanese, 土木学会, 北海道大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Criteria for selecting model updating methods for better temporal transferability

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2016, English, Washington D.C., International conference

    Oral presentation

  • CRITEARIA OF SELECTING MODEL UPDATING METHODS FOR BETTER TEMPORAL TRANSFERABILITY

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2015, Japanese, 秋田大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Should small samples from recent time point be used with older data? Applicability of updating models by transfer scaling

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    hEART 2015 – 4th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, Sep. 2015, English, DTU, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Should small samples from recent time point be used with older data? Applicability of updating models by transfer scaling

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第51回土木計画学研究発表会, Jun. 2015, Japanese, 土木学会, 九州大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Trade-off between data newness and number of observations for travel demand forecasting

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2015, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., International conference

    Poster presentation

  • Modelling Car Trip Generation in the Developing World: The Tale of Two Cities

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Bwambale, A, Choudhury, C.F

    94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2015, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Trade-off between data newness and number of observations for travel demand forecasting

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第50回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2014, Japanese, 土木学会, 鳥取大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Cost and Time Damping: Evidence from Aggregate Rail Direct Demand Models

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Andrew Daly, Mark Wardman

    hEART 2014 - 3rd Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, Sep. 2014, English, European Association for Research in Transportation, Leeds, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Travel demand forecasts by using repeated cross-sectional data: attempt to express parameters as functions of gross domestic product per capita

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2014, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., International conference

    Poster presentation

  • A latent variable approach to dealing with missing or inaccurately measured variables: the case of income

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Stephane Hess, Jeff Dumont, Andrew Daly

    Third International Choice Modelling Conference, Jul. 2013, English, CenSoC, University of Sydney, Sydney, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • When Explanatory Variables Are Unobserved: The Example of Latent Income

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly, Jeff Dumont

    Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual Meeting, Jan. 2013, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Improving Forecast Performance Using Cross-Sectional Data from Multiple Time Points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    The 13th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Jul. 2012, English, International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Toronto, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Improving Travel Demand Forecast Performance Using Cross-Sectional Data from Multiple Time Points

    SANKO Nobuhiro

    第45回土木計画学研究発表会, Jun. 2012, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 京都大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Post-Project Evaluation of Travel Demand Forecasts: The Case of New Transport System Facing a Competing Railway

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Takayuki Morikawa, Yoshitaka Nagamatsu

    Twelfth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Sep. 2011, English, International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Durban, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • SP Models Considering SP Design and Error Structures

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Toshiyuki Yamamoto

    Second International Choice Modelling Conference, Jul. 2011, English, ITS Leeds, Journal of Choice Modelling, Leeds, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Estimation Efficiency of RP/SP Models Considering SP Design and Error Structures

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Toshiyuki Yamamoto

    Second International Choice Modelling Conference, Jul. 2011, English, ITS Leeds, Journal of Choice Modelling, Leeds, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Station Catchment Area Considering Express Stations and the Distances to the Neighbouring Stations

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 正司健一

    第43回土木計画学研究発表会, May 2011, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 筑波大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 誤差項に着目したRP/SPモデルのための効率的なSP調査設計

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 山本俊行

    第42回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2010, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 山梨大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • Evaluation of Travel Mode Choice Models from the Viewpoint of Their Ability to Express Intention to Change Travel Behaviour: Focusing on Decision-Making Rules and Attribute Characteristics

    Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa, Shinya Kurauchi

    12th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Dec. 2009, English, International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Jaipur, India, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Analysis on the Structural Characteristics of the Station Catchment Area in Japan

    Nobuhiro Sanko, Kenichi Shoji

    Eleventh International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Sep. 2009, English, International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Delft, The Netherlands, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Effects of Response Formats of Stated Preference Analysis for Travel Mode Switching Behaviour - Bivariate Probit and Interval Data Models for One-and-One-Half Bound Format -

    Nobuhiro Sanko, Tanayuki Morikawa

    European Transport Conference 2008, Oct. 2008, English, The Association for European Transport, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • SP調査の回答形式の分析:1.5バウンド回答形式に対する2変量プロビットモデルとインターバルデータモデルの適用

    Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa

    第37回土木計画学研究発表会, Jun. 2008, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 北海道大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Effects of Response Formats in Contingent Valuation of Travel Mode Switching Behaviour --An Inspection for the Effectiveness of One-and-Half Bound SP Data--

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    The 2nd International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies, Aug. 2007, English, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima Univ., Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima Univ., International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Estimation of Disaggregate Behaviour Models with RP and Payment Card SP Data

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    第34回土木計画学研究発表会, Dec. 2006, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, Kagawa Univ., Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Choice Models Using Matching Data

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Aug. 2006, English, International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Inter-Temporal and Inter-Regional Analysis of Household Behaviors on Car and Motorcycle Ownership in Asian Metropolitan Cities: Bivariate Ordered Probit Modeling Approach

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Dissanayake Dilum, Kurauchi Shinya, Maesoba Hiroaki, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Morikawa Takayuki

    85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2006, English, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., International conference

    Poster presentation

  • Estimation of Disaggregate Behaviour Models with RP and One-and-Half Bound SP Data

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    第32回土木計画学研究発表会, Dec. 2005, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, University of Miyazaki, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Temporal Transferability of Updated Alternative-Specific Constants in Disaggregate Mode Choice Models

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    2004年度(第39回)日本都市計画学会学術研究論文発表会, Nov. 2004, Japanese, 日本都市計画学会, Hiroshima International Univ., Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Inter-Temporal Comparison of Household Car and Motorcycle Ownership Behaviours in the Chukyo Metropolitan Area

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Maesoba Hiroaki, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Morikawa Takayuki

    第30回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2004, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, Yamaguchi Univ., Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • A study on the Evaluation Method of Eco-Cities Focusing on Stress Factors

    Yokochi Tatsuo, Morikawa Takayuki, Taniguchi Shoichi, Sanko Nobuhiro, Matsuda Hiroki

    平成16年度土木学会全国大会, Sep. 2004, Japanese, 土木学会, Aichi Institute of Technology, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • The Effects of P&R on the Generalised Cost of Household Travel Behaviour

    Kitaura Yoshio, Sanko Nobuhiro, Taniguchi Shoichi, Morikawa Takayuki, Ichioka Hideyuki

    平成16年度土木学会全国大会, Sep. 2004, Japanese, 土木学会, Aichi Institute of Technology, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Analysis of the Users' Impressions to Railway Stations Focusing on the Effects of Adjunct Retail Facilities

    Li Cheng, Yamamoto Toshiyuki, Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    International Symposium on City Planning 2004, Sep. 2004, English, City Planning Institute of Japan, Hokkaido Univ., International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Temporal Transferability of Updated Alternative-Specific Constants in Disaggregate Mode Choice Models

    Sanko Nobuhiro, Morikawa Takayuki

    第29回土木計画学研究発表会, Jun. 2004, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, Kobe Univ., Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 世帯単位で見た居住地・自動車保有・自動車依存交通行動の時系列連関分析

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    第28回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2003, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 豊橋技術科学大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Travel Behavior Analysis and its Implication to Urban Transport Planning for Developing Countries

    SANKO Nobuhiro, T. Morikawa, T. Yamamoto, D. Dissanayake, S. Kurauchi, H. Maesoba, N. C. Tiglao, C. P. Rubite, M. A. Rivera

    The 5th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Oct. 2003, English, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Fukuoka, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 居住地と自動車保有の選択が交通行動の自動車依存に与える影響の時系列分析

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行

    第27回土木計画学研究発表会, Jun. 2003, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 東京大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • SP調査設計のガイドライン

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Andrew Daly, Eric Kroes

    第26回土木計画学研究発表会, Nov. 2002, Japanese, 土木学会土木計画学研究委員会, 岩手大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 意思決定ルールと潜在的要因に着目した交通手段転換のSP分析

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 森川高行, 倉内慎也

    土木学会第57回年次学術講演会, Sep. 2002, Japanese, 土木学会, 北海道大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Best Practice in SP Design

    SANKO Nobuhiro, Daly, A, Kroes, E

    European Transport Conference 2002, Sep. 2002, English, The Association for European Transport, Cambridge, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • インターネット技術を活用した途上国交通公害対策立案システムの開発

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 林良嗣, 加藤博和

    土木学会第54回年次学術講演会, Sep. 1999, Japanese, 土木学会, 広島大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • インターネット技術を活用した途上国交通公害対策立案システムの開発

    SANKO Nobuhiro, 林良嗣, 加藤博和

    平成10年度土木学会中部支部年次学術講演会, Mar. 1999, Japanese, 土木学会中部支部, 愛知工業大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

Association Memberships

  • 日本海運経済学会

  • The International Association for Travel Behaviour Research

  • 日本交通学会

  • 日本都市計画学会

  • 土木学会

Research Projects

Social Contribution

  • 第13回大都市交通センサス 令和2年度 調査検討委員会 委員および令和2年度 近畿圏専門委員会 委員長

    Others, Jan. 2021 - Mar. 2021

  • 関西鉄道協会 都市交通研究所「新型コロナウィルスの影響をふまえた交通需要予測委員会」副主査

    Others, Aug. 2020 - Present

  • 第13回大都市交通センサス調査検討委員会 委員および近畿圏専門委員会 委員長

    Others, Dec. 2019 - Mar. 2020

  • 関西鉄道協会 都市交通研究所「都市交通事業と沿線コミュニティ委員会」委員

    Others, Jun. 2016 - Dec. 2020

  • 神戸市基本計画策定に関する専門委員

    Others, Oct. 2009 - Mar. 2011

  • 近畿運輸局企画振興部「公共交通政策研究会」研究員

    Others, 2005

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