Below is a partial list of papers and publications that Lab members have authored or co-authored. Where copyright on the final version is held by a publisher, we have posted a copy of the manuscript as permitted. These initial copies may differ from the final published versions, and wherever possible, readers are encouraged to obtain the final published versions.
Holmes, B.J., Parker, R.A., Stanley, D., McHugh, P., Burns, J., Olcott, J., German, B., and MacKenzie, D. NASA Strategic Framework for On-Demand Air Mobility, Part 2: Alignments Between ODM and UAS Airspace Management Needs and Contributions from Current R&D Activities and Plans. Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. August, 2017.
Jabbari, P., & MacKenzie, D. EV Everywhere or EV Anytime? Co-locating multiple DC fast chargers improves both operator cost and access reliability. TRB Paper No. 17-05991, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting. (2017)PDF
Wilhelm, E., MacKenzie, D., Zhou, Y., Cheah, L., & Tippenhauer, N.O. Evaluation of transport mode using wearable sensor data from 43,000 students. TRB Paper No. 17-02421, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting. (2017)PDF
Wang, X., MacKenzie, D., & Cui, Z. Complement or Competitor? Comparing car2go and Transit Travel Times, Prices, and Usage Patterns in Seattle. TRB Paper No. 17-06234, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting. (2017)PDF
Lewis, E.O., & MacKenzie, D. UberHOP in Seattle: what is it, who rides, and what is it replacing? Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board (accepted).PDF
Namazu, M., MacKenzie, D., Zerriffi, H., & Dowlatabadi, H. Understanding Early Adopters of Carsharing and Expansion to the Whole Population. TRB Paper No. 17-04885, Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January, 2017.PDF
MacKenzie, D., Ge, Y., Jabbari, P., & Tao, J. Evaluation of Effects of Real Time-Multi-Modal Transportation Information Displays: Final Report. Prepared for Seattle Department of Transportation. February, 2016.PDF
Wadud, Z., MacKenzie, D., & Leiby, P. Help or hindrance? The travel, energy and carbon impacts of highly automated vehicles. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 86, pp. 1-18. (2016)Open Access
Ge, Y., MacKenzie, D., & Keith, D. The Role of Gas Anxiety in Charging Choices of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Drivers. TRB Paper No. 16-6283, Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January, 2016.PDF
Heywood, J. & MacKenzie, D. (Eds.). (2015). On the Road toward 2050: Potential for Substantial Reductions in Light-Duty Vehicle Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ISBN: 978-0-9962185-0-4.PDF
MacKenzie, D. W. Fuel economy regulations and efficiency technology improvements in US cars since 1975. Doctoral dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (2013).
MacKenzie, D., & Heywood, J. Acceleration Performance Trends and the Evolving Relationship Among Power, Weight, and Acceleration in U.S. Light-Duty Vehicles: A Linear Regression Analysis. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2287, pp. 122-131. (2012)PDF Published Version
MacKenzie, D. Do Automotive Fuel Economy Standards Increase Rates of Technology Change? USAEE/IAEE North American Conference. Austin, TX. November, 2012.PDF
MacKenzie, D. Valuation of Fuel Flexibility in a Vehicle Fleet, Sloan Automotive Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December, 2007.PDF