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.
Wang, X. & MacKenzie, D. Network equilibrium model of electric vehicles with stationary and dynamic charging infrastructure on the road network. TRB Paper No. 19-04198, Transportation Research Board 98th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January, 2019.Extended Abstract
Ge, Y., Jabbari, P., MacKenzie, D., & Ranjbari, A. CERC Report – Task 3.2.2, Survey Design. Prepared for US-China Clean Energy Research Center – Clean Vehicles Consortium. June 11, 2018.PDF
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
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