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Submissions from 2017

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Future bus transport contracts under a mobility as a service (MaaS) regime in the digital age: Are they likely to change?, David A. Hensher

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Maintaining competition in recurrent procurement contracts: A case study on the London bus market, Elisabetta Iossa and Michael Waterson

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Off the rails: The cost performance of infrastructure rail projects, Peter E.D. Love, Jingyang Zhou, David J. Edwards, Zahir Irani, and Chun-Pong Sing

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Public Transportation Guidebook for Small- and Medium-Sized Public-Private Partnerships, Nathan M. Macek, Elizabeth G. Neely, and Ella C. Claney

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

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Using GIS to assess the potential for centralised planning of bus networks, Yuji Shi, Simon Blainey, and Nick Hounsell

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Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices: 2017, Jon Williams

Submissions from 2016

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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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Analyzing the gap between the QOS demanded by PT users and QOS supplied by service operators, Bryan Epstein and Moshe Givoni

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Efficient contracting and incentive agreements between regulators and bus operators: The influence of risk preferences of contracting agents on contract choice, David A. Hensher, Chinh Ho, and Louise Knowles

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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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What drives the drivers? Predicting turnover intentions in the Belgian bus and coach industry, Steven Lannoo and Elsy Verhofstadt

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Improving bus service reliability: The Singapore experience, Waiyan Leong, Karen Goh, Stephane Hess, and Paul Murphy

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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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The publicness of public transport: The changing nature of public transport in Latin American cities, Laurel Paget-Seekins and Manuel Tironi

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A review of general practice in contracting public transport services and transfer to BRT systems, Marisa J.D. Pedro and Rosário Macário

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

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Deja Vu all over again? Rail franchising in Britain, John Preston

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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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Contracting Commuter Rail Services, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; ESH Consult; James Stoetzel; and Shelly Brown Associates, LLC

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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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Do the organizational forms affect passenger satisfaction? Evidence from Chinese public transport service, Chunqin Zhang, Zhicai Juan, Weite Lu, and Guangnian Xiao

Submissions from 2015

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Innovation strategy in new transportation systems: The case of Crossrail, Mark Dodgson, David Gann, Sam MacAulay, and Andrew Davies

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Competitive tendering versus performance-based negotiation in Swiss public transport, M. Filippini, M. Koller, and G. Masiero

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

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Optimizing dial-a-ride services in Maryland: Benefits of computerized routing and scheduling, Nikola Marković, Rahul Nair, Paul Schonfeld, Elise Miller-Hooks, and Matthew Mohebbi

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Inclusion of quality criteria in public bus service contracts in metropolitan areas, Marta Rojo, Luigi dell’Olio, Hernán Gonzalo-Orden, and Ángel Ibeas

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Do contractual practices affect technical efficiency? Evidence from public transport operators in China, Chunqin Zhang, Zhicai Juan, and Guangnian Xiao

Submissions from 2014

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Valley Metro Organizational Integration Advancing the Future of Transportation in the Metropolitan Area of Phoenix, Arizona, Carol L. Ketcherside and Manasvi Menon

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Converging structures? Recent regulatory change in bus-based local public transport in Sweden and England, Tom Rye and Anders Wretstrand

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

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Transit Public-Private Partnerships: Legal Issues, Larry W. Thomas

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Efficient frontier analysis of Dutch public transport tendering: A first analysis, Wijnand Veeneman, Janneke Wilschut, Thijs Urlings, Jos Blank, 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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Public–private partnerships in China: A case of the Beijing No.4 Metro line, Zheng Chang

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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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Public–private contracting and incentives for public transport: Can anything be learned from the Sydney Metro experience?, Cameron Gordon, Corinne Mulley, Nick Stevens, and Rhonda Daniels

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The Relationship between Bus Contract Costs, User Perceived Service Quality and Performance Assessment, David A. Hensher

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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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Contractual Means of Achieving High-level Performance in Transit Contracts, Larry W. Thomas and James B. McDaniel

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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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Competition for Public Transport Services, Arne Beck

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The distinction between commercial and non-commercial bus services in Germany: Given by nature?, Arne Beck

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Workshop 4: Designing contracts/concessions: What has worked and what has not and why?: 12th International Conference Series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, David Bray and Corinne Mulley

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

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Organisational structures and functions in Bus Rapid Transit, and opportunities for private sector participation, Brendan Finn

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How optimal was the Sydney Metro contract?: Comparison with international best practice, Cameron Gordon, Corinne Mulley, Nick Stevens, and Rhonda Daniels

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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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Efficiency measurement in public transport: Are findings specification sensitive?, Matthew G. Karlaftis and Dimitrios Tsamboulas

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Regulation, trust and contractual incentives around transport contracts – Is there anything bus operators can learn from public air service contracts?, Rico Merkert and David A. Hensher

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Incorporation of customer satisfaction in public transport contracts – A preliminary analysis, Mathetha Mokonyama and Christoffel Venter

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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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Ten years after bus deregulation in Japan: An analysis of institutional changes and cost efficiency, Hiroki Sakai and Yoshinori Takahashi

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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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Governance, ownership and competition issues in deregulated (free market) public transport: Lessons that can be learnt from developed and developing economies, Didier van de Velde and John Preston

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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

Submissions from 2011

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

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Optimal contracting and incentives for public transport in Sydney: what has been learned from the Sydney Metro experience?, Rhonda Daniels, Cameron Gordon, Corinne Mulley, and Nick Stevens

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Legal Aspects Relevant to Outsourcing Transit Functions Not Traditionally Outsourced, Daniel Duff, Jane Sutter Starke, and G. Kent Woodman

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Examination of regional transit service under contracting: A case study in the Greater New Orleans region, Hiroyuki Iseki, Charles Rivasplata, Rebecca Houtman, Adam Smith, Carl Seifert, and Tiffany Sudar

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Statewide Transit Goal Setting, Terence Plaskon, Stephanie Trainor, and Michael Grant

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

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Analysis of Contracting for Fixed Route Bus Service, Stephen L. Reich and Janet L. Davis

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Legal Arrangements for Use and Control of Real-Time Data, Larry W. Thomas and James B. McDaniel

Submissions from 2010

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Impact of regulation on the performances of long-distance transport services: A comparison of the different approaches in Sweden and Norway, Gunnar Alexandersson, Steffan Hultén, Nils Fearnley, and Frode Longva

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

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Making public transport financially sustainable, Ralph Buehler and John Pucher

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The regulatory function in public-private partnerships for the provision of transport infrastructure, Miguel Carmona

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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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Some lessons from incentive theory: Promoting quality in bus transport, Manuel González-Díaz and Ángeles Montoro-Sánchez

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Incompleteness and clarity in bus contracts: Identifying the nature of the ex ante and ex post perceptual divide, David A. Hensher

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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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Effective Use of Citizen Advisory Committees for Transit Planning and Operations, Kristin Hull

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Quality incentives and quality outcomes in procured public transport – Case study Stockholm, Kjell Jansson and Roger Pyddoke

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An investigation of institutional arrangements for design and delivery of multimodal public transport in Melbourne, Kathren Lazanas and Dr John Stone

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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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Changes in transaction costs over time – The case of franchised train operating firms in Britain, Rico Merkert

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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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The effect of governmental subsidies and the contractual model on the publicly-owned bus sector in Japan, Hiroki Sakai and Kenichi Shoji

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Results so far and prospects of Kazakhstan passenger rail franchising, Timur Sharipov

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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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Increased coordination in public transport—which mechanisms are available?, Claus Hedegaard Sørensen and Frode Longva

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

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Workshop report – A successful contractual setting, John Stanley and Frode Longva

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Turning over a new franchise: assessing the current health of public transport management in Melbourne, Dr John Stone

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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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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

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The conflict between competition policy and the wider role of the local bus industry in Britain, Peter R. White