Sunil Patil is an analyst in the Cambridge office of RAND Europe. His areas of interest include application of advanced statistical and econometric methods in various public policy domains, design of survey experiments (stated preference surveys), estimation, validation and implementation of large scale travel demand models. Prior to joining RAND Europe, he worked as a research assistant with the Texas Transportation Institute while working toward his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in the field of transportation economics.
Geedipally, S., Turner, P., Patil, S., "An Analysis of Motorcycle Crashes in Texas Using a Multinomial Logit Model," Transportation Research Record, 2012 (forthcoming)
Patil, S., Geedipally, S., Lord, D., "Analysis of Crash Severities using Nested Logit Model- Accounting for Under-reporting," Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2012 (forthcoming)
Patil, S., Burris, M., Shaw, D., "Travel Using Managed Lanes: An Application of a Stated Choice Model for Houston, Texas," Transport Policy, 18(4):595-603, 2011
Patil, S., Burris, M., Shaw, D. and Concas, S., "Variation in the Value of Travel Time Savings and its Impact on the Benefits of Managed Lanes," Transportation Planning and Technology, 34(6):547 – 567, 2011
Daly, A.J. and Patil, S., "A Perennial Problem in Using Logit Models for Travel Demand Analysis," European Transport Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2010
Geedipally S. Patil S., and Lord, D., "Examining Methods for Estimating Crash Counts According to Their Collision Type," Transportation Research Record, 2165:12-20, 2010
Rohr, C., Fox, J., Daly, A., Patruni, B., Patil, S. And F. Tsang, "Modelling long-distance travel in the UK," European Transport Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2010