Mohammad Miralinaghi

  • Assistant Professor; Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department


Ph.D. in Transportation and Infrastructure Systems Engineering, Purdue University 2018
M.S. in Transportation Systems Engineering, University of Alabama 2012
M.S. in Transportation Planning, Sharif University of Technology 2010
B.S. in Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Technology 2008

Research Interests

Smart Cities

  • Connected and automated vehicles
  • Shared transportation systems
  • Electric vehicles
  • Intelligent transportation systems

Transportation Infrastructure Design and Management

  • Transportation infrastructure resiliency
  • Sustainable transportation systems
  • Tradable credit scheme and congestion pricing
  • Transportation system optimization


Shen, C-W, Mao, M-N, Hsu, Y., M., Miralinaghi, M. (2022). “Research on Features of Pedestrians
Using Smartphones at Transit Stations ―Based on Social Force Model”, Accepted, Transportation
Research Record. [IF:1.56]

Miralinaghi, M., Davatgari, A., Seilabi, S.E., and Labi, S. (2021). “Contract Bundling Considerations
in Urban Road Project Scheduling.”, Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering. DOI:
10.1111/mice.12740 [IF:11.78]

Bai, Q., Miralinaghi, M., Labi, S., and Sinha, K. (2020). “Methodology for Analyzing the Trade-offs
Associated with Multi-objective Optimization in Transportation Asset Management under
Uncertainty.” Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering. DOI: 10.1111/mice.12637 [IF:

Miralinaghi, M., Seilabi, S.E., Chen, S., Hsu, Y., and Labi, S. (2020). “Optimizing the Selection and
Scheduling of Multi-Class Projects using a Stackelberg Framework.” European Journal of
Operational Research, 286(2), 508-522. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2020.03.051 [IF:5.34]

Miralinaghi, M., Woldemariam, W., Abaraham, D.M., Chen, S., Labi, S., and Chen, Z. (2020).
“Network-Level Scheduling of Construction Projects Considering User and Business Impacts.”
Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 35, 650–667. DOI: 10.1111/mice.12518. [IF:

Miralinaghi, M., and Peeta, S. (2020). “On the Design of Tradable Credit Scheme to Manage
Vehicular Emissions under Traveler Heterogeneity in Future Credit Price Perception.” ASCE
Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 26 (3), 04020030. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000570.

Seilabi, S.E., Davatgari, A., Miralinaghi, M., and Labi, S. (2020). “Promoting Autonomous Vehicles
using Travel Demand and Lane Management Strategies considering AV dedicated lanes.” Frontiers
in Built Environment, 6:560116. DOI: 10.3389/fbuil.2020.560116 [CiteScore:2.60]

Miralinaghi, M., and Peeta, S. (2019). “Promoting Zero-Emissions Vehicles Using Robust Multi-
Period Tradable Credit Scheme.” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 75,
265-285. DOI: 10.1016/j.trd.2019.08.012. [IF:5.50]

Miralinaghi, M., Peeta, S., He, X., and Ukkusuri, S.V. (2019). “Managing Morning Commute with
Tradable Credit Scheme Under Commuter Heterogeneity and Loss Aversion.” Transportmetrica B:
Transport Dynamics, 7(1), 1780-1808. DOI: 10.1080/21680566.2019.1698379. [IF:3.04]

Miralinaghi, M., and Peeta, S. (2018). “A Multi-Period Tradable Credit Scheme Incorporating
Interest Rate and Traveler Value-of-Time Heterogeneity to Manage Traffic System Emissions.”
Frontiers in Built Environment, 4, 33. DOI: 10.3389/fbuil.2018.00033. [CiteScore:2.60]

Shabanpour, R., Javanmardi, M., Fasihozaman, M., Miralinaghi, M., and Mohammadian, A. (2018).
“Investigating the Applicability of ADAPTS Activity-Based Model in Air Quality Analysis.” Travel
Behaviour and Society, 12, 130–140. DOI: 10.1016/j.tbs.2017.02.004. [IF:4.99]

Miralinaghi, M., Lou, Y., Keskin, B. B., Zarrinmehr, A., and Shabanpour, R. (2017). “Refueling
Station Location Problem with Traffic Deviation Considering Route Choice and Demand
Uncertainty.” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(5), 3335–3351. DOI:
10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.12.137. [IF:5.82]

Miralinaghi, M., Keskin, B. B., Lou, Y., and Roshandeh, A. M. (2017). “Capacitated Refueling
Station Location Problem with Traffic Deviations Over Multiple Time Periods.” Networks and
Spatial Economics, Springer US, 17(1), 129–151. DOI: 10.1007/s11067-016-9320-3. [IF:2.54]

Miralinaghi, M., and Peeta, S. (2016). “Multi-Period Equilibrium Modeling Planning Framework for
Tradable Credit Schemes.” Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review,
93, 177–198. DOI: 10.1016/j.tre.2016.05.013. [IF:6.88]

Miralinaghi, M., Lou, Y., Hsu, Y.-T., Shabanpour, R., and Shafahi, Y. (2016). “Multiclass Fuzzy
User Equilibrium with Endogenous Membership Functions and Risk-Taking Behaviors.” Journal of
Advanced Transportation, 50(8), 1716–1734. DOI: 10.1002/atr.1425. [IF:2.42]


Transportation infrastructure design and management, sustainable transportation systems,
connected and automated vehicles, electric vehicles, tradable credit scheme and congestion
pricing, transportation infrastructure resiliency