Ivan Sanchez-Diaz

Universitetslektor at Chalmers University of Technology, Technology Management and Economics, Service Management and Logistics

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz is a civil engineer from the Universidad del Norte (Colombia) with a Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA). His are of expertise is on travel demand modeling and on the design of urban freight transportation policies, with a special interest for sustainable urban freight systems. He has also a significant experience in the development of econometric analysis, behavioral models and analytical models for transportation planning projects. Dr. Sanchez-Diaz is the recipient of multiple academic and leadership distinctions.

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Publications

2018

Spatial patterns of logistics facilities in Gothenburg, Sweden

Adeline Heitz, Laetitia Dablanc, Jerry Olsson et al
Journal of Transport Geography
Journal article
2018

The New York city off-hour delivery program: A business and community-friendly sustainability program

J. Holguín-Veras, Stacey Hodge, Jeffrey Wojtowicz et al
Interfaces. Vol. 48 (1), p. 70-86
Journal article
2017

Urban freight-parking practices: The cases of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Delhi (India)

Leeza Malik, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Geetam Tiwari et al
Research in Transportation Business and Management. Vol. (In press)
Journal article
2017

Fostering unassisted off-hour deliveries: the role of incentives

José Holguín-Veras, Xiaokun Wang, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz et al
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 102, p. 172-187
Journal article
2017

Modeling Urban Freight Generation: A Study of Commercial Establishments’ Freight Needs

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 102, p. 3-17
Journal article
2017

Shifting Urban Freight Deliveries to the Off-Peak Hours: A Review of Theory and Practice

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Peter Géoren, Märta Brolinson
Transport Reviews. Vol. 37 (4), p. 521-543
Journal article
2017

Electric vehicle routing problem – a nested two level approach

Rafael Basso, Balázs Adam Kulcsár, Bo Egardt et al
Proceedings of Swedish transportation research conference Stockholm 17-18 October 2017
Paper in proceedings
2016

Aggregation Level, Variability, and Linear Hypotheses for Urban Delivery Generation Models

Jesús Gonzalez-Feliu, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Christian Ambrosini
Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Paper in proceedings
2016

Urban Freight-Parking Practices: The Cases of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Delhi (India)

Leeza Malik, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Geetam Tiwari et al
14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR) 2016, Shanghai, 10-15 July, p. 1-17
Paper in proceedings
2016

Sustainable Urban Freight Systems and Freight Demand Management

José Holguin-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Michael Browne
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 12, p. 40-52
Paper in proceedings
2016

Freight Demand Management and the Potential of Receiver-Led Consolidation Programs

José Holguín-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Vol. 84, p. 109-130
Journal article
2016

ETC adoption, time-of-travel choice, and comprehensive policies to enhance time-of-day pricing: a stated preference investigation

J. Holguín-Veras, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, B. Reim
Transportation. Vol. 43 (2), p. 273-299
Journal article
2016

Exploring Carriers Perceptions about City Logistics Initiatives

Evandro Manzano dos Santos, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2547, p. 66-73
Journal article
2016

Assessing the implications of aggregating data by activity-based categories for urban freight trip generation modeling

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Christian Ambrosini
Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain Conference Proceedings
Paper in proceedings
2016

An exploratory analysis of spatial effects on freight trip attraction

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, J. Holguín-Veras, X. Wang
Transportation. Vol. 43 (1), p. 170-196
Journal article
2015

An investigation of the effects of critical infrastructure on urban mobility in the city of Medellín

Miguel Jaller, Carlos Gonzalez-Calderon, Wilfredo Yushimito et al
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures. Vol. 11 (3), p. 213-232
Journal article
2015

A time-dependent freight tour synthesis model

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, José Holguín-Veras, Xuegang (Jeff) Ban
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Vol. 78, p. 144-168
Journal article
2015

The Role of Classification Systems In Freight Trip Attraction Modeling

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Shama Campbell, Miguel Jaller et al
TRB 94th Annual Meeting
Paper in proceedings
2015

Improving Freight System Performance in Metropolitan Areas: A Planning Guide

José Holguin-Veras, Johanna Amaya-Leal, Jeffrey Wojtowicz et al
Report
2015

Identifying Freight Intermediaries. Implications for Modeling of Freight Trip Generation

Miguel Jaller, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jose Holguin-Veras
Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2478 (1), p. 48-56
Journal article

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Projects

2016–2018

Suburban logistics - efficient use of infrastructure

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz Service Management and Logistics
Sönke Behrends Service Management and Logistics
Region Västra Götaland
VINNOVA

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