Director CEDEUS


Investigador Principal
Línea Acceso y Movilidad



Profesor titular del Departamento de Ingeniería de Transporte y Logística de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y Director del Instituto para el Desarrollo Sustentable.


Ingeniero Civil de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y Magister en Ingeniería Industrial e Investigación Operativa y Doctor en Ingeniería Civil y Ambiental de la Universidad de California (Berkeley).



Sus áreas de investigación son el transporte público, las redes de transporte, el tráfico, la logística y la influencia del transporte en la planificación urbana. Ha asesorado al Ministro de Transportes y Telecomunicaciones de Chile en temas asociados al diseño y regulación del transporte público, y ha integrado los directorios de Metro de Santiago y Metro de Valparaíso.


Es parte de los Comités Científicos Internacionales de CASPT (Conference on Advanced Systems of Public Transport), ISTTT (International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory) y Thredbo (International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport).



Valenzuela-Levi, N., J. Correa, T. Echiburu, R. Hurtubia and J.C. Munoz (2021) Housing and accessibility after the COVID19 pandemic: rebuilding for resilience, equity and sustainable mobility. Transport Policy, 109, 48-60.


Suman, H., H. Larrain and J.C. Munoz (2021) The impact of using a naïve approach in the limited-stop bus service design problem. Transportation Research Part A, 149, 45-61.


Soza-Parra, J., J. C. Munoz and S. Raveau (2021) Factors that affect the evolution of headway variability along an urban bus service. Transportmetrica B: Transoport Dynamics, Vol 9(1), 479-490.


Soza-Parra, J., S. Raveau and J. C. Munoz (2021) Public transport reliability across preferences, modes and space. Transportation. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-021-10188-2


Larrain, H., Suman, H. and J.C. Munoz (2021) Route based equilibrium assignment in congested transit networks. Transportation Research Part C, Vol 127, 103125.


Soza-Parra, J., S. Raveau and J. C. Munoz (2021) Travel preferences of public transport users under uneven headways. Transportation Research Part A, 147, 61-75.


Tiznado-Aitken, I., R. Hurtubia and J. C. Munoz (2021) Public transport accessibility accounting for level of service and competition for urban opportunities: an equity analysis for education in Santiago de Chile. Journal of Transport Geography, 90, 102919.


Silva, H. O. Bull and J.C. Munoz (2021) The impact of fare-free public transport on travel behavior: evidence from a randomized controlled trial. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 86, 103616.


Echiburu, T., R. Hurtubia and J.C. Munoz (2021) The role of perceived satisfaction and the built environment on the frequency of cycle-commuting. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 14(1), 171-196.


Tiznado-Aitken, I., R. Hurtubia and J. C. Munoz (2021) Chapter 16: Who gains in a distance-based public transport fare scheme? Accessibility, urban form and equity implications in Santiago de Chile. In Urban Form and Accessibility. Social, Economic, and Environment Impacts. Edited by C. Mulley and J. D. Nelson. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 265-288.