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Submissions from 2017

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Testing for inertia effect when a new tram is implemented, Rosa Marina González, Ángel Simón Marrero, and Elisabetta Cherchi

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Home-end and activity-end preferences for access to and egress from train stations in the Copenhagen region, Katrín Halldórsdóttir, Otto Anker Nielsen, and Carlo Giacomo Prato

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Models for technology choice in a transit corridor with elastic demand, Luigi Moccia, Giovanni Giallombardo, and Gilbert Laporte

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Effects of timetable related service quality on rail demand, Phill Wheat and Mark Wardman

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Monitoring transit-served areas with smartcard data: A Brisbane case study, Jiangping Zhou, Neil Sipe, Zhenliang Ma, Derlie Mateo-Babiano, and Sébastien Darchen

Submissions from 2016

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Evaluation of Horizontal Equity under a Distance-Based Transit Fare Structure, Milad Bandegani and Meisam Akbarzadeh

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Examining the influence of stop level infrastructure and built environment on bus ridership in Montreal, Vincent Chakour and Naveen Eluru

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Analyzing time sensitivity to discomfort in the Paris subway: an interval data model approach, Matthieu de Lapparent and Martin Koning

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Experience conditioning in commuter modal choice modelling – Does it make a difference?, David A. Hensher and Chinh Q. Ho

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Cross-Elasticities in Frequencies and Ridership for Urban Local Routes, Joseph Totten and David Levinson

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Transit accessibility for commuters considering the demand elasticities of distance and transfer, Wangtu (Ato) Xu, Yongling Li, and Hui Wang

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A path-based greedy algorithm for multi-objective transit routes design with elastic demand, Amirali Zarrinmehr, Mahmoud Saffarzadeh, Seyedehsan Seyedabrishami, and Yu Marco Nie

Submissions from 2015

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Public transport demand elasticities during the recessionary phases of economic cycles, Ruben Cordera, Cesar Canales, Luigi dell’Olio, and Angel Ibeas

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Maximizing net benefits for conventional and flexible bus services, Myungseob (Edward) Kim and Paul Schonfeld

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Dynamic Estimates of Fare Elasticity for U.S. Public Transit, Paul Schimek

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Optimal bus service patterns and frequencies considering transfer demand elasticity with genetic algorithm, Yavuz Y. Ulusoy and Steven I-Jy Chien

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Short-Term Prediction of Ridership on Public Transport with Smart Card Data, Niels van Oort, Ties Brands, and Erik de Romph

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Stretching resources: sensitivity of optimal bus frequency allocation to stop-level demand elasticities, İ. Ömer Verbas, Charlotte Frei, Hani S. Mahmassani, and Raymond Chan

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Exploring trade-offs in frequency allocation in a transit network using bus route patterns: Methodology and application to large-scale urban systems, İ. Ömer Verbas and Hani S. Mahmassani

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Impact evaluation of a mass transit fare change on demand and revenue utilizing smart card data, Zi-jia Wang, Xiao-hong Li, and Feng Chen

Submissions from 2014

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Bus Size and Headways Optimization Model Considering Elastic Demand, Angel Ibeas, Borja Alonso, Luigi dell’Olio, and Jose Luis Moura

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Factors affecting public transportation, car, and motorcycle usage, Rong-Chang Jou and Tzu-Ying Chen

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Transportation Futures: Policy Scenarios for Achieving Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets, Andrew I. Kay, Robert B. Noland, and Caroline J. Rodier

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Assessing the financial and social costs of public transport in differing operating environments and with endogenous demand, Xucheng Li and John Preston

Submissions from 2013

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Aggregate estimation of the price elasticity of demand for public transport in integrated fare systems: The case of Transantiago, Louis de Grange, Felipe González, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Rodrigo Troncoso

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Econometric models for public transport forecasting, David Kennedy

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A Review of Pseudo Panel Data Approach in Estimating Short-run and Long-run Public Transport Demand Elasticities, Chi-Hong Patrick Tsai, Corinne Mulley, and Geoffrey Clifton

Submissions from 2011

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Influences on Public Transport Utilization: The Case of Auckland, Mark R. Greer and Bart van Campen

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Importance of traveler attitudes in the choice of public transportation to work: findings from the Regional Transportation Authority Attitudinal Survey, Yasasvi Popuri, Kimon Proussaloglou, Cemal Ayvalik, Frank Koppelman, and Aimee Lee

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Appraisal of factors influencing public transport patronage, Judith Wang

Submissions from 2010

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Impacts of free concessionary travel: Case study of an English rural region, Stuart Baker and Peter White

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Impacts of Gasoline Prices on New Jersey Transit Ridership, Ozlem Yanmaz-Tuzel and Kaan Ozbay

Submissions from 2009

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Is the Mexico City metro an inferior good?, Amado Crotte, Robert B. Noland, and Daniel J. Graham

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High Ridership Growth from Extended Transit Service Hours: An Exploration of the Causes, Graham Currie and Chris Loader

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A Dynamic Panel Analysis of Urban Metro Demand, Daniel J. Graham, Amado Crotte, and Richard J. Anderson

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Spectral Analysis of Ground Acceleration-Based Testing, Carlton L. Ho, James P. Hyslip, and Dingqing Li

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Rising Gas Price and Transit Ridership: Case Study of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Donald W. Maley and Rachel Weinberger

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Combined Effect of Moving Wheel Loading and Three-Dimensional Contact Stresses on Perpetual Pavement Responses, Hao Wang and Imad L. Al-Qadi

Submissions from 2008

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A revenue-neutral tax reform to increase demand for public transport services, Carlos Pestana Barros and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez

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The Impact of High-Speed Technology on Railway Demand, Antonio Couto and Daniel J. Graham

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Understanding Links Between Transit Ridership and Gasoline Prices: Evidence from the United States and Australia, Graham Currie and Justin Phung

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Assessing systematic sources of variation in public transport elasticities: Some comparative warnings, David A. Hensher

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Backcalculation of Dynamic Modulus from Resilient Modulus of Asphalt Concrete with an Artificial Neural Network, Andrew T. LaCroix, Youngsoo Richard Kim, and S Ranji Ranjithan

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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

Submissions from 2007

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Understanding Suburban Travel Demand: Flexible Modelling With Revealed and Stated Choice Data, Raquel Espino, Juan de Dios Ortuzar, and Concepcion Roman

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Meta-Analysis of Public Transport Demand, Johan Holmgren

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Transit price elasticities and cross-elasticities, Todd Litman

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Modeling Park-and-Ride Services in a Multimodal Transport Network with Elastic Demand, Zhi-Chun Li, William H K Lam, S C. Wong, Dao-Li Zhu, and Hai-Jun Huang

Submissions from 2006

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Introducing Alternative Fuel Vehicles in Hong Kong: Views from the Public Light Bus Industry, Becky P Y Loo, S C. Wong, and Timothy D. Hau

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The Demand for Public Transport: The Effects of Fares, Quality of Service, Income and Car Ownership, Neil Paulley, Richard Balcombe, Roger Mackett, Helena Titheridge, John Preston, Mark Wardman, Jeremy Shires, and Peter White

Submissions from 2005

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Fare Pricing Elasticity, Subsidies, and Demand for Vanpool Services, Sisinnio Concas, Philip L. Winters, and Francis W. Wambalaba

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Impact of Transit Fare Increase on Ridership and Revenue: Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York City, Robert L. Hickey

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Quantification of the Joint Effect of Wheel Load and Tire Inflation Pressure on Pavement Response, Jorge A. Prozzi and Rong Luo

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Making Household Microsimulation of Travel and Activities Accessible to Planners, Joan L. Walker

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A STUDY OF AN INTEGRATED INTERCITY TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL, E Yao and T Morikawa

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Intercity Variations in the Relationship Between Urban Form and Automobile Dependence: Disaggregate Analyses of Boston, Massachusetts; Portland, Oregon; and Houston, Texas, Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2004

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PREDICTING MULTI-FACETED ACTIVITY-TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES IN RESPONSE TO POSSIBLE CONGESTION PRICING SCENARIOS USING AN INTERNET-BASED STATED ADAPTATION EXPERIMENT, Theo Arentze, Frank Hofman, and Harry Timmermans

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THE INFLUENCE OF QUALITY AND PRICE ON THE DEMAND FOR URBAN TRANSPORT: THE CASE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, J Bilbao Ubillos and A Fernandez Sainz

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WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR WATER TRANSPORTATION IN THE OHIO RIVER BASIN, L G. Bray, C Dager, and M L. Burton

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ECONOMIC AND STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS OF THE DEMAND FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT: AN ANALYSIS ON A PANEL OF FRENCH URBAN AREAS USING SHRINKAGE ESTIMATORS, G Bresson, J Dargay, J-L Madre, and A PIROTTE

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ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS OF OHIO RIVER NAVIGATION INVESTMENT MODEL, T R. Curlee, I K. Busch, M R. Hilliard, G Oladosu, F Southworth, and D P. Vogt

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DEMAND AND REVENUE IMPLICATIONS OF AN INTEGRATED PUBLIC TRANSPORT POLICY : THE CASE OF MADRID., Anna Matas

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ESTIMATING EFFECT OF TIME-RELATED FACTORS ON TRANSIT USE WITH A LARGE-SCALE MOBILITY SURVEY AND TRANSIT INFORMATION, S VANDE WALLE and T STEENBERGHEN

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Price elasticity of rideshare: Commuter fringe benefits for vanpools, Francis Wambalaba, Sisinnio Concas, and Marlo Chavarria

Submissions from 2003

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THE MAIN DETERMINANTS OF THE DEMAND FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE USING SHRINKAGE ESTIMATORS, G Bresson, J Dargay, J-L Madre, and A PIROTTE

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ESTIMATING PRICE AND SERVICE ELASTICITY OF URBAN TRANSPORTATION DEMAND WITH STATED PREFERENCE TECHNIQUE: CASE IN KOREA, S Lee, Y H. Lee, and J H. PARK

Submissions from 2002

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BUS PATRONAGE IN GREAT BRITAIN: ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS, J Dargay and M HANLY

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DAILY COST CONSIDERATIONS IN THE OPERATIONS OF COMMERCIAL MOTORCYCLES IN NIGERIA: A LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS FOR AKURE TOWNSHIP, J O. Fasakin

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COST STRUCTURES OF PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEMS: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS, M G. Karlaftis and P McCarthy

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A CAPACITY RESTRAINT TRANSIT ASSIGNMENT WITH ELASTIC LINE FREQUENCY, William H.K Lam, Jing Zhou, and Zhao-han Sheng

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MODELING COMPETITIVE TRANSIT AND ROAD TRAFFIC INFORMATION SERVICES WITH HETEROGENEOUS ENDOGENOUS DEMAND, Hai Yang and Xiaoning Zhang

Submissions from 2001

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CONCRETE BRIDGE DECKS REINFORCED WITH FIBER-REINFORCED POLYMER BARS (WITH DISCUSSION AND CLOSURE), T E. Bradberry

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FARE VARIABLE CONSTRUCTION AND RAIL TRANSIT RIDERSHIP ELASTICITIES: CASE STUDY OF THE WASHINGTON, D.C., METRORAIL SYSTEM, R A. Petitte

Submissions from 2000

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THE SUCCESS STORY OF SPANISH SUBURBAN RAILWAYS: DETERMINANTS OF DEMAND AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS, J Asensio

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OPTIMAL FARE STRUCTURE FOR TRANSIT NETWORKS WITH ELASTIC DEMAND, William H.K. Lam and Jing Zhou

Submissions from 1999

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METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY FARE ELASTICITY MODEL, A E. Harris, R THOMAS, and D Boyle

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Preserving the symmetry of estimated commuter travel elasticities, John H.E. Taplin, David A. Hensher, and Brett Smith

Submissions from 1998

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DISCRETE CHOICE ELASTICITIES FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED TRAVELERS BETWEEN FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT AND PARATRANSIT, J P. Franklin and D A. Niemeier

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PREDICTION OF LAYER MODULI FROM FALLING WEIGHT DEFLECTOMETER AND SURFACE WAVE MEASUREMENTS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK, Y Kim and Y R. Kim

Submissions from 1991

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MULTIPLE PERIOD OPTIMIZATION OF BUS TRANSIT SYSTEMS, Seong Kyu Chang and P M. Schonfeld