Dr. Hanna Maoh

Dr. Hanna MaohProfessor
519-253-3000 ext. 4987
Office: 216 Joyce Entrepreneurial Innovation Centre - Cross-Border Institute


  • BSc (Bethlehem - 1996), MSc (McMaster - 1999), PhD (McMaster - 2005)

Research Interests

  • Integrated transportation & land use models
  • Freight transportation analysis, travel demand modeling & forecasting
  • GIS & big-data analysis, environmental impacts of transportation, sustainable transportation
  • Microsimulation methods & models in land use & transportation

Professional Affiliations

  • Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)
  • Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
  • Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF)
  • Transportation Research Board (TRB)

Selected Publications

  • Patel, V. Chen, J., Maleki, M., Kargar, M., Maoh. H. (2022). A cluster-driven classification approach to truck stop location identification using passive GPS data. Journal of Geographical Systems, 24, 657-677.
  • Khan, S., Maoh., H. (2022). Investigating Attitudes Towards Fleet Electrification - An Exploratory Analysis Approach. Transportation Research Part A. 162: 188-205.
  • Maoh, H., Dimatulac, T., Khan, S., Litwin. M. (2021). Studying Border Crossing Choice Behavior of Trucks Moving between Ontario, Canada and the United States. Journal of Transport Geography, 91: 102992.
  • Khan, S., Maoh, H., Dimatulac, T. (2021). The demand for electrification in Canadian fleets: A latent class modeling approach. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 90, 102653 (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2020.102653).
  • Madar, G., Maoh, H., Anderson, W. (2020). Examining the robustness of the Ontario truck road network. Journal of Geographical Systems, 22, 309–333.
  • Ferguson, M., Mahmoud, M., Maoh, H. (2019). Issues in the electrification of Canada's consumer, corporate and government fleets. IEEE Electrification Magazine, 7(3), 55–65.
  • Dimatulac, T., Maoh, H., Khan, S., Ferguson, M. (2018). Modeling the demand for electric mobility in the Canadian rental vehicle market. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 65, 138–150.