• Primary Program Transport and Urban Infrastructures
  • Research Interests Transport Demand Modeling, Choice Modeling, Transport Economics and Pricing Policy

Biography

Abdulrahman is a Senior Research Analyst in the Transport and Urban Infrastructures program. Before joining KAPSARC, Abdulrahman worked as a traffic engineer at Riyadh metro project. He also worked at Muhammed Ibn Saud University as a lecturer. His interests lie in transport demand, choice modeling, transport economics, and pricing policy. Abdulrahman holds a master’s degree in Transportation Planning & Engineering from the University of Southampton and a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Muhammed Ibn Saud University.

Publications

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  • Data Insights
Aviation Fuel Consumed and Passengers Carried in Saudi Arabia

Aviation Fuel Consumed and Passengers Carried in Saudi Arabia

The air transport sector in Saudi Arabia has an important impact on the economy (e.g., job creation, gross domestic product, and gross value added). Over 690 routes are registered in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for both domestic and international travel. There are currently 141 domestic routes. This data insight presents the fuel consumed and total passengers carried by the aviation sector over the past 10 years.

7th December 2021
Impact of COVID-19 on Passenger Railway Demand in Saudi Arabia

Impact of COVID-19 on Passenger Railway Demand in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) operates a network of approximately 1,400 kilometers (km). This network links the Eastern Province with Riyadh, where more than 40% of the country’s population and economic activities are located. A passenger line connects Riyadh with Dammam through Alhassa and Abqaiq.

6th April 2021

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