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Submissions from 2017

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Optimal bus transit route packaging in a privatized contracting regime, Ashish Nayan and David Z.W. Wang

Submissions from 2016

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To contract or to operate publicly? Observations from the bus service reform transition process in Malta, Thérèse Bajada and Helena Titheridge

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Dominating factors contributing to the high(er) costs for public bus transports in Sweden, Carolina Camén and Helene Lidestam

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Deregulation, Franchising, Outsourcing, and Corporatisation in Local Public Transport: International experience, Graham Currie

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Exploring performance outcomes and regulatory contexts of Light Rail in Australia and the US, Graham Currie and Chris De Gruyter

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A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership, David Emerson, Corinne Mulley, and Michiel C.J. Bliemer

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Disruption costs in bus contract transitions, David A. Hensher, Chinh Ho, and Corinne M. Mulley

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A case for negotiated performance-based contracting rather than competitive tendering in government public transport (bus) service procurement, Peter Kavanagh

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Legislating Transit “Coopetition” Privatization and Planning Devolution in Germany, Martha Koch and Gregory L. Newmark

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Competitive tendering and cross-shareholding in public passenger transport, Terje Andreas Mathisen

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The effect of contract renewal and competitive tendering on public transport costs, subsidies and ridership, Arnoud Mouwen and Jos van Ommeren

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Big buses in a small country: The prospects for bus services in Wales, John Preston

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Developments in public transport governance in the Netherlands; more recent developments, Wijnand Veeneman

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Cost efficiency in Swedish public transport, Andreas Vigren

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Demand and service impacts of competition for the market – Australian urban bus case studies, Ian P. Wallis

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The impact of alternative governance forms of regional public rail transport on transaction costs. Case evidence from Germany and Switzerland, Philipp Wegelin and Widar von Arx

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Urban rail investment and transit-oriented development in Beijing: Can it reach a higher potential?, Jiawen Yang, Jige Quan, Bin Yan, and Canfei He

Submissions from 2015

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The looming crisis in French public transit, Dominique Bouf and Bruno Faivre d’Arcier

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The impact of market opening on the supply of interregional train services, Oskar Fröidh and Bo-Lennart Nelldal

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Regulation of public bus services: The Israeli experience, Yoram Ida and Gal Talit

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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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A European Model for Public Transport Authorities in Small and Medium Urban Areas, Steve Wright

Submissions from 2014

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“If You're Just a Bus Community … You're Second Tier”: Motivations for Rapid Mass Transit (RMT) Development in Two Mid-sized Cities, Andrew McLellan and Damian Collins

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How can customer focus be strengthened in competitive tendering?, Christoph Schaaffkamp

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Developments in public transport governance in the Netherlands: A brief history and recent developments, Wijnand Veeneman and Didier van de Velde

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The contracting of urban bus services – recent Australian developments, Ian P. Wallis and David J. Bray

Submissions from 2013

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User satisfaction and the organization of local public transport: Evidence from European cities, Carlo V. Fiorio, Massimo Florio, and Giovanni Perucca

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Does competitive tendering improve customer satisfaction with public transport? A case study for the Netherlands, Arnoud Mouwen and Piet Rietveld

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Customer choice patterns in passenger rail competition, Johannes Paha, Dirk Rompf, and Christiane Warnecke

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Competition in multi-modal transport networks: A dynamic approach, Adriaan Hendrik van der Weijde, Erik T. Verhoef, and Vincent A.C. van den Berg

Submissions from 2012

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Reforming the urban public transport bus system in Malta: Approach and acceptance, Maria Attard

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Competition for Public Transport Services, Arne Beck

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Private sector involvement in urban rail: Experience and lessons from South East Asia, David Bray and Philip Sayeg

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Analyzing the structure of informal transit: The evening commute problem, Celeste Chavis and Carlos F. Daganzo

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Four decades of changing transport policy in Santiago, Chile, Oscar Figueroa

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Towards a simplified performance-linked value for money model as a reference point for bus contract payments, David A. Hensher, Corinne Mulley, and Neil Smith

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Evaluating the long term impacts of transport policy: An initial assessment of bus deregulation, John Preston and Talal Almutairi

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Workshop 3A report – Governance, contracting, ownership and competition issues in public transport: Looking up not down, John Stanley and Andrew Smith

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‘Regulated deregulation’ of local bus services—An appraisal of international developments, Didier van de Velde and Ian Wallis

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How much can public private partnership really do for urban transport in developing countries?, Christopher Willoughby

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Joint Development as a Value Capture Strategy in Transportation Finance, Zhirong Jerry Zhao, Kirty Vardhan Das, and Kerstin Larson

Submissions from 2011

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Experiences with Competitive Tendering of Bus Services in Germany, Arne Beck

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Relationships between fares, trip length and market competition, Derek J. Clark, Finn Jørgensen, and Terje Andreas Mathisen

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Modelling open access train services, Martin Prior, James Vickers, and John Segal

Submissions from 2010

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Organizational Regimes for Commuter Rail, John G. Allen and Alex Lu

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The 2008 New Zealand public transport management act: Rationale, key provisions, and parallels with the United Kingdom, David P. Ashmore and Andrew D. Mellor

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Operator changes through competitive tendering: Empirical evidence from German local bus transport, Katrin Augustin and Matthias Walter

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Productivity changes in Portuguese bus companies, Carlos Pestana Barros and Nicholas Peypoch

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Commercial public bus transport services in Germany: How a market in motion struggles with its regulatory framework, Arne Beck

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Are we doing it wrong or do we expect too much? Forces that push authorities to become public transport designers, David A. Eerdmans, Sebastiaan C.E. van Kooij, Didier M. van de Velde, and Hans Westerink

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Workshop report – Public transport markets in development, Brendan Finn and Jackie Walters

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New Zealand public transport procurement strategies in a new legislative environment, Rachel Gibson

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Contracting regimes for bus services: What have we learnt after 20 years?, David A. Hensher and John Stanley

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Regulating the regulator: The impact of professional procuring bodies on local public transport policy and its effectiveness, Frode Longva and Oddgeir Osland

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European rail reform and passenger services – the next steps, Chris Nash

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Workshop report – Public policy and transport, John Preston and Kjell Jansson

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Competition in Brazilian bus and coach services – The results of recent competitive tendering processes, Fernando Rolim, Anísio Brasileiro, and Enilson Santos

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Quality standards for passenger trains: Political majorities and environmental costs, Julia Rothbauer and Gernot Sieg

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Rail access charges and the competitiveness of high speed trains, Marta Sanchez-Borras, Chris Nash, Pedro Abrantes, and Andres Lopez-Pita

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Exploring the effects of passenger rail franchising in Britain: Evidence from the first two rounds of franchising (1997–2008), Andrew S.J. Smith, Phill E. Wheat, and Chris A. Nash

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Goal achievement with trusting partnerships at the tactical level, John K. Stanley

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Public Transportation: Federal Role in Value Capture Strategies for Transit Is Limited, but Additional Guidance Could Help Clarify Policies, U.S. Government Accountability Office

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Workshop report – Beyond competitive tendering, Didier van der Velde and Arne Beck

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Changing public transport governance in Dutch metropoles: To tender or not to tender, Wijnand Veeneman

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Securing public values in public transport projects: Four Dutch cases on innovation, Wijnand Veeneman and Joop Koppenjan

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Securing public values in public transport projects: Four Dutch cases on innovation, Wijnand Veeneman and Joop Koppenjan

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To competitively tender or to negotiate – Weighing up the choices in a mature market, Ian Wallis, David Bray, and Heather Webster

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Is the bus transport contracting system in South Africa leading to trusting relationships between contracted parties? An analysis of funding issues and the impact on relations between government and operators, Jackie Walters

Submissions from 2009

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Emergent Curbside Intercity Bus Industry: Chinatown and Beyond, Nicholas J. Klein

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Bilevel Programming for Evaluating Revenue Strategy of Railway Passenger Transport Under Multimodal Market Competition, Bingfeng Si, Ming Zhong, and Ziyou Gao

Submissions from 2008

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Limitation of Competition in and for the Public Transportation Market in Developing Countries: Lessons from Latin American Cities, Arturo Ardila

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Interaction of Air and High-Speed Rail in Japan, Reinhard Clever and Mark Hansen

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Comparative Analysis of Regional Airline Industry in Europe and North America and Some Insights into Current Developments, Nigel Peter Dennis, Austin Smyth, and Kenneth P. Stevens

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Perspectives for a future high-speed train in the Swedish domestic travel market, Oskar Froidh

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Bus transport: Is there a regulatory cycle?, Ken Gwilliam

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Transacting under a performance-based contract: The role of negotiation and competitive tendering, David A. Hensher and John Stanley

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Accelerating Moving Walkway: A review of the characteristics and potential application, Indraswari Kusumaningtyas and Gabriel Lodewijks

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Modeling Impact of Transit Operator Fleet Size Under Various Market Regimes with Uncertainty in Network, Zhi-Chun Li, William H K Lam, and A Sumalee

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Market Potential for International Rail-Based Intermodal Services in Europe: From Sea to Shining Sea, Rahul Nair, Elise D. Miller-Hooks, Hani S. Mahmassani, Vishnu Charan Arcot, April Yiwen Kuo, Kuilin Zhang, Aaron T C Y Kozuki, and Johanna Ludvigsen

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Transportation Demand and Volume Sensitivity: A Study of Grain Shippers in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, Kenneth E. Train and Wesley W. Wilson

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Provision of public transport under conflicting regulatory regimes, Roger Vickerman

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Competition in Polish urban public transport, M Wolanski

Submissions from 2007

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Transit Competitiveness in Polycentric Metropolitan Regions, Jeffrey M. Casello

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Employment protection regulations in local public transport: how do they affect production efficiency and competition?, M Dotterud Leiren, O Osland, and F Longva

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Delivering Value for Money to Government through Efficient and Effective Public Transit Service Continuity: Some Thoughts, David A. Hensher

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Modelling the Full Costs of an Intermodal and Road Freight Transport Network, Milan Janic

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User Satisfaction with Paratransit in Competition with Motorization in Indonesia: Anticipation of Future Implications, Tri Basuki Joewono and Hisashi Kubota

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Applying Low-Cost Airline Pricing Strategies to European Railroads, Thomas Sauter-Servaes and Andrew Nash

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Impact of congestion charging on the transit market: An inter-modal equilibrium model, Muanmas Wichiensin, Michael G.H. Bell, and Hai Yang

Submissions from 2006

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Spatial Competition Between Parking Garages and Downtown Parking Policy, R Arnott

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Planning and Evaluation of Passenger Ferry Service in Hong Kong, Avishai Ceder

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Airline and Railway Integration, Moshe Givoni and David Banister

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Using pedestrian access in the modal competition between public transport and cars: the case of Paris, R Golias

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Effects of High-Speed Rail Service on the Shares of Intercity Passenger Ridership in South Korea, Jang-Ho Lee and Justin S. Chang

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Competition Between Egress Transport Modes: Stated Choice Model Incorporating Availability Effects, Eric J E Molin, Diana M. VonkNoordegraaf, Fieke Mol, and Harry J P Timmermans

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More value for money: competition in Dutch public transport, A Savelberg and M Meurs

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Competition in Bus Public Transport in Israel, Yoram Shiftan and Nir Sharaby

Submissions from 2005

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Modeling the Proximate Covariance Property of Air Travel Itineraries Along the Time-of-Day Dimension, Gregory M. Coldren and Frank S. Koppelman

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LIMITS TO COMPETITION IN URBAN BUS SERVICES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES., Antonio Estache and ANDRES GOMEZ-LOBO

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Strategic Innovations in North American Railroad Management, Balu Natarajan, Chandler Duncan, and David Simpson