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Submissions from 2017

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Crowding cost estimation with large scale smart card and vehicle location data, Daniel Hörcher, Daniel J. Graham, and Richard J. Anderson

Submissions from 2016

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Estimation of Short-Term Bus Travel Time by Using Low-Resolution Automated Vehicle Location Data, Yashar Zeinali Farid, Eleni Christofa, and Laurel Paget-Seekins

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Estimating Uncertainty of Bus Arrival Times and Passenger Occupancies, Vikash V. Gayah, Zhengyao Yu, and Jonathan S. Wood

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Using smart card and GPS data for policy and planning: The case of Transantiago, Antonio Gschwender, Marcela Munizaga, and Carolina Simonetti

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Optimizing the service area and trip selection of an electric automated taxi system used for the last mile of train trips, Xiao Liang, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, and Bart van Arem

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A new rail optimisation model by integration of traffic management and train automation, Xiaolu Rao, Markus Montigel, and Ulrich Weidmann

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Optimal allocation of vehicles to bus routes using automatically collected data and simulation modelling, Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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A probabilistic model for vehicle scheduling based on stochastic trip times, Yindong Shen, Jia Xu, and Jingpeng Li

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Intelligent Transportation Systems: Urban and Rural Transit Providers Reported Benefits but Face Deployment Challenges, U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)

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Have they bunched yet? An exploratory study of the impacts of bus bunching on dwell and running times, David Verbich, Ehab Diab, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Quantifying the True Cost of Transit: Case Study of Bus Routes in Boulder, Colorado, Alāna M. Wilson

Submissions from 2015

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Rethinking bus punctuality by integrating Automatic Vehicle Location data and passenger patterns, Benedetto Barabino, Massimo Di Francesco, and Sara Mozzoni

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Quantifying transit travel experiences from the users’ perspective with high-resolution smartphone and vehicle location data: Methodologies, validation, and example analyses, Andre Carrel, Peter S.C. Lau, Rabi G. Mishalani, Raja Sengupta, and Joan L. Walker

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Evaluation of Conditional Transit Signal Priority Technology for Regional Implementation, Frank A. Consoli, Ahmad H. Alomari, Haitham Al-Deek, John H. Rogers (Jr.), Adrian Sandt, Mehdi Noori, Omer Tatari, and Mohammed Hadi

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Integrated Real-Time Transit Signal Priority Control for High-Frequency Segregated Transit Services, Felipe Delgado, Juan Carlos Muñoz, Ricardo Giesen, and Nigel H. M. Wilson

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Exploring Applications of Second-Generation Archived Transit Data for Estimating Performance Measures and Arterial Travel Speeds, Travis B. Glick, Wei Feng, Robert L. Bertini, and Miguel A. Figliozzi

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New QR Survey Methodologies to Analyze User Perception of Service Quality in Public Transport: The Experience of Madrid, Begoña Guirao, Antonio García, María Eugenia López, Carlos Acha, and Julio Comendador

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Transit Travel Time Reliability: Shifting the Focus from Vehicles to Customers, Patricia Hendren, Justin Antos, Yvonne Carney, and Richard Harcum

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Potentials of Online Media and Location-Based Big Data for Urban Transit Networks in Developing Countries, Kelsey Lantz, Sakib Khan, Linh B. Ngo, Mashrur Chowdhury, Sarah Donaher, and Amy Apon

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Modeling Bus Travel Time Reliability with Supply and Demand Data from Automatic Vehicle Location and Smart Card Systems, Zhen-Liang Ma, Luis Ferreira, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ahmad Tavassoli Hojati

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Locating fixed roadside units in a bus transport network for maximum communications probability, Miguel Rios, Vladimir Marianov, and Melisa Pérez

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Development of a Real-Time Stringlines Tool to Visualize Subway Operations and Manage Service at New York City Transit, Boris Suchkov, Mikhail Boguslavsky, and Alla Reddy

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Improving Regenerative Energy Receptivity in Metro Transit Systems: Coordinated Train Control Algorithm, Haichuan Tang, C. Tyler Dick, and Xiaoyun Feng

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Data driven improvements in public transport: the Dutch example, Niels van Oort, Daniel Sparing, Ties Brands, and Rob M. P. Goverde

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Development of Application for Estimating Daily Boarding and Alighting Counts on New York City Buses: Implementation of Daily Production System, Qifeng Zeng, Alla Reddy, Alex Lu, and Brian Levine

Submissions from 2014

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Influence of weather conditions on transit ridership: A statistical study using data from Smartcards, P. Arana, S. Cabezudo, and M. Peñalba

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Transitory Optimism: Changes in Passenger Perception Following Bus Service Improvement over Time, Ehab I. Diab and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Transit Signal Priority with Connected Vehicle Technology, Jia Hu, Byungkyu (Brian) Park, and A Emily Parkany

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Bus Drivers' Responses to Real-Time Schedule Adherence and the Effects on Transit Reliability, Yuxiong Ji, Lihang He, and H. Michael Zhang

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Synchronizing Public Transport Transfers by Using Intervehicle Communication Scheme Case Study, Tao Liu, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Jihui Ma, and Wei Guan

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Improving Bus Transit On-Time Performance through the Use of AVL Data, Jack M. Reilly

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Benefits to the Academic Community of Standardization of Bus Transit Automatic Vehicle Location Data, Steve Robinson

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Measuring Bus Stop Dwell Time and Time Lost Serving Stop with London iBus Automatic Vehicle Location Data, Steve Robinson

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Methods for pre-processing smartcard data to improve data quality, Steve Robinson, Baskaran Narayanan, Nelson Toh, and Francisco Pereira

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All Aboard at All Doors: Route Selection and Running-Time Savings Estimation for Multiscenario All-Door Bus Boarding, Colin Stewart and Ahmed El-Geneidy

Submissions from 2013

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Multimodal Public Transit Trip Planner with Real-time Transit Data, Nilesh Borole, Dillip Rout, Nidhi Goel, Dr P. Vedagiri, and Dr Tom V. Mathew

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Variation in bus transit service: understanding the impacts of various improvement strategies on transit service reliability, Ehab I. Diab and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Automated Inference of Linked Transit Journeys in London Using Fare-Transaction and Vehicle Location Data, Jason B. Gordon, Harilaos N. Koutsopoulos, Nigel H.M. Wilson, and John P. Attanucci

Submissions from 2012

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Quantifying Reliability of Transit Service in Zurich, Switzerland Case Study of Bus Line 31, Nelson Carrasco

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Visualization of Geographical Information System and Automatic Vehicle Location Data to Explore Transit Performance, Graham Currie and Mahmoud Mesbah

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Vehicle monitoring for driver training in bus companies – Application in two case studies in Portugal, G. O. Duarte, G. A. Gonçalves, and T. L. Farias

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Public-transit frequency setting using minimum-cost approach with stochastic demand and travel time, Yuval Hadas and Matan Shnaiderman

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Data management and applications in a world-leading bus fleet, N. B. Hounsell, B. P. Shrestha, and A Wong

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Spatial and temporal visualization of transit operations performance data at a network level, Mahmoud Mesbah, Graham Currie, Claudia Lennon, and Trevor Northcott

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Estimation of a disaggregate multimodal public transport Origin–Destination matrix from passive smartcard data from Santiago, Chile, Marcela A. Munizaga and Carolina Palma

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Automated Quality Assurance Methodology for Archived Transit Data from Automatic Vehicle Location and Passenger Counting Systems, Marian Saavedra, Bruce Hellinga, and Jeffrey Casello

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Substitution or Complementarity Examination of Ridership Effects of Real-Time Bus Information on Transit Rail in Chicago, Illinois, Lei Tang, Hilary Ross, and Ziaoli Han

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Ridership effects of real-time bus information system: A case study in the City of Chicago, Lei Tang and Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah

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Setting Scheduled Trip Time Based on AVL Data, Jia Xu and Yindong Shen

Submissions from 2011

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Predicting the Mean and Variance of Transit Segment and Route Travel Times, Soroush Salek Moghaddam, Reza Noroozi, Jeffrey M. Casello, and Bruce Hellinga

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Positioning needs for public transport, Nicola Mosca and Rocco Zito

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Integrating vehicle positioning data in quality control programs in public transit: a European perspective, Yannis Tyrinopoulos

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Bus Passenger Origin-Destination Estimation and Related Analyses, Wei Wang, John P. Attanucci, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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Bus arrival time prediction at bus stop with multiple routes, Bin Yu, William H.K. Lam, and Mei Lam Tam

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Development of an Integrated Adaptive Transit Signal Priority (ATSP) and Dynamic Passenger Information (DPI) System, Liping Zhang, Kun Zhou, Jingquan Li, Wei-Bin Zhang, Meng Li, Guoyuan Wu, and Sonja Sun

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The effect of Advanced Traveller Information Systems on public transport demand and its uncertainty, Pietro Zito, Gianfranco Amato, Salvatore Amoroso, and Maria Berrittella

Submissions from 2010

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Global Positioning System Integrated with Personalized Real-Time Transit Information from Automatic Vehicle Location, Sean J. Barbeau, Nevine L. Georggi, and Philip L. Winters

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Reducing bunching with bus-to-bus cooperation, Carlos F. Daganzo and Josh Pilachowski

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Evaluation of a bus passenger information system from the users’ point of view in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece, Ioannis Politis, Panagiotis Papaioannou, Socrates Basbas, and Nikolaos Dimitriadis

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Estimating bus run times for new limited-stop service using archived AVL and APC data, Paul R. Tétreault and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Bus running time prediction using a statistical pattern recognition technique, Nam H. Vu and Ata M. Khan

Submissions from 2005

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TRACKING TRAINS VIA RADIO FREQUENCY SYSTEMS, AJD Santos, A R. Soares, FMA Redondo, and N B. Carvalho

Submissions from 1990

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OVERVIEW OF NEW TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT PASSENGERS IN FRENCH TOWNS, P Lassave and A MEYERE