Gulsah Akar, Ph.D., is an associate professor of City and Regional Planning (CRP) and Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering (CEGE). She is the PhD Program Chair of the CRP section. Dr. Akar’s research interests focus on travel demand analysis and choice modeling. Her research on transportation has received grant support from US Department of Transportation-Region V Regional University Transportation Center and the Ohio Department of Transportation. She is the Editor of Journal of Planning Literature.
Akar, G. (2013). Ground access to airports, case study: Port Columbus International Airport. Journal of Air Transport Management, 30, 25-31.
Akar, G., Fischer, N., & Namgung, M. (2013). Bicycling Choice and Gender Case Study: The Ohio State University. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 7(5), 347-365.
Akar, G., Flynn, C., & Namgung, M. (2012). Travel Choices and Links to Transportation Demand Management: Case Study at Ohio State University. Transportation Research Record (2319), 77-85.
Akar, G., & Clifton, K. J. (2009). Influence of Individual Perceptions and Bicycle Infrastructure on Decision to Bike. Transportation Research Record (2140), 165-172.