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Submissions from 2017

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An empirical model for the psychology of deliberate and unintentional fare evasion, Graham Currie and Alexa Delbosc

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

Submissions from 2016

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What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Public Transit, Highways, and Local Streets and Roads? Results from Year Seven of a National Survey, Asha Weinstein Agrawal and Hilary Nixon

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

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Evaluating Pay-on-Entry Versus Proof-of-Payment Ticketing in Light Rail Transit, Graham Currie and James Reynolds

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Cluster analysis of fare evasion behaviours in Melbourne, Australia, Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie

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Four types of fare evasion: A qualitative study from Melbourne, Australia, Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie

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Evaluating the impacts and benefits of public transport design and operational measures, Masoud Fadaei and Oded Cats

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

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Understanding the determinants of demand for public transport: Evidence from suburban rail operations in five divisions of Indian Railways, Syed Rahman and Chandra Balijepalli

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Optimizing station location and fleet composition for a high-speed rail line, Hugo M. Repolho, Richard L. Church, and António P. Antunes

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Implications of the cost of public funds in public transit subsidization and regulation, Yanshuo Sun, Qianwen Gao, Paul Schonfeld, and Zhongfei Li

Submissions from 2015

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

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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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Fare evasion in proof-of-payment transit systems: Deriving the optimum inspection level, Benedetto Barabino, Sara Salis, and Bruno Useli

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Policy analysis of third party electronic coupons for public transit fares, Joseph Y. J. Chow

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Exhaust emissions of transit buses: Brazil and India case studies, Erin Cooper, Magdala Arioli, Aileen Carrigan, and Luis Antonio Lindau

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Evaluating the long term impacts of transport policy: The case of bus deregulation revisited, John Preston and Talal Almutairi

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Economic benefits of park and ride, I Wallis, J Ballantyne, A Lawrence, and D Lupton

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The Downs–Thomson Paradox with responsive transit service, Fangni Zhang, Hai Yang, and Wei Liu

Submissions from 2013

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Development of a public transport investment model, Nick Allison, David Lupton, and Ian Wallis

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A modified model to curb fare evasion and enforce compliance: Empirical evidence and implications, Benedetto Barabino, Sara Salis, and Bruno Useli

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Experience with value-for-money urban public transport system enhancements, Graham Currie, R Scott, and Knowles Tivendale

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Local Funding Options for Public Transportation, Todd Litman

Submissions from 2012

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

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The impact of compliance measures on the operation of a bus system: The case of Transantiago, Pablo Beltrán, Antonio Gschwender, and Carolina Palma

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Uncovering San Francisco, California, Muni's Proof-of-Payment Patterns to Help Reduce Fare Evasion, Jason Lee

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Measuring and Controlling Subway Fare Evasion Improving Safety and Security at New York City Transit Authority, Alla V. Reddy, Jacqueline Kuhls, and Alex Lu

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New Zealand Bus Policy Model, Ian P. Wallis and Daan Schneiders

Submissions from 2011

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Understanding the market for "out of normal hours" train services in Great Britain, Gareth Davies, John Segal, and Ben Condry

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System for Transit Performance Analysis Using the National Transit Database, Albert Gan, Feng Gui, and Li Tang

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Valuing Rail Transit Comparing Capital and Operating Costs with Consumer Benefits, Erick Guerra

Submissions from 2010

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Quick and Effective Solution to Rail Overcrowding, Graham Currie

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Estimating welfare changes from efficient pricing in public bus transit in India, Kaushik Deb and Massimo Filippini

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Rail Patronage Management - effectiveness in practice, and new theoretical frames, Chris A. Hale and Philip Charles

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Practice Reviews in Peak Period Rail Demand Management: Munich & Washington DC, Chris A. Hale and Philip Charles

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Evaluating transport user benefits and social surplus in a transport market—The case of the Norwegian ferries, Finn Jørgensen, Terje Andreas Mathisen, and Berner Larsen