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Submissions from 2017

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How network structure can boost and shape the demand for bus transit, Hugo Badia, Juan Argote-Cabanero, and Carlos F. Daganzo

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Response to “The impact of light rail on congestion in Denver: A reappraisal”, Sutapa Bhattacharjee and Andrew R. Goetz

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Effect of Price Reduction and Increased Service Frequency on Public Transport Travel, Inge Brechan

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Bergen light rail – Effects on travel behaviour, Øystein Engebretsen, Petter Christiansen, and Arvid Strand

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Effectiveness of Transit Oriented Development in Reducing Car Use: Case Study of Subiaco, Western Australia, Brittany Griffiths and Carey Curtis

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Role of governance in the achievement of 20-fold increase in bus ridership – A case study of Taichung City, Liang-Tay Lin, Chao-Fu Yeh, Simon C.Y. Chen, and Chi-Chang Huang

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The Causal Effect of Bus Rapid Transit on Changes in Transit Ridership, Orion T. Stewart, Anne Vernez Moudon, and Brian E. Saelens

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New IDEAS for Transit: Transit IDEA Program Annual Report, Transportation Research Board

Submissions from 2016

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Improving the environmental performance of airport surface access in the UK: The role of public transport, Lucy Budd, Stephen Ison, and Thomas Budd

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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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Real-time prediction of bus travel speeds using traffic shockwaves and machine learning algorithms, Nikolas Julio, Ricardo Giesen, and Pedro Lizana

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

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Changing times – A decade of empirical insight into the experience of rail passengers in Great Britain, Glenn Lyons, Juliet Jain, and Iain Weir

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Bus Transit Operational Efficiency Resulting from Passenger Boardings at Park-and-Ride Facilities, John S. Niles and J. M. Pogodzinski

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New IDEAS for Transit: Transit IDEA Program Annual Report, Transportation Research Board

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Field Experiments with Train Stopping Positions at Schiphol Airport Train Station in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Jeroen van den Heuvel

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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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Rider perception of a “light” Bus Rapid Transit system - The New York City Select Bus Service, Dan Wan, Camille Kamga, Jun Liu, Aaron Sugiura, and Eric B. Beaton

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Evaluating the attractiveness of a new light rail extension: Testing simple change and displacement change hypotheses, Carol M. Werner, Barbara B. Brown, Calvin P. Tribby, Doug Tharp, Kristi Flick, Harvey J. Miller, Ken R. Smith, and Wyatt Jensen

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Headway-based bus bunching prediction using transit smart card data, Haiyang Yu, Dongwei Chen, Zhihai Wu, Xiaolei Ma, and Yunpeng Wang

Submissions from 2015

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The impact of Universally accessible public transport–a before and after study, Jørgen Aarhaug and Beate Elvebakk

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Accommodation of Long-Term Growth on North America's Commuter Railroads, John G. Allen and Herbert S. Levinson

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The impact of real-time information on bus ridership in New York City, Candace Brakewood, Gregory S. Macfarlane, and Kari Watkins

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Residential Preference and Choice of Movers in Light Rail Neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Xinyu (Jason) Cao

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Factors affecting public transportation usage rate: Geographically weighted regression, Yu-Chiun Chiou, Rong-Chang Jou, and Cheng-Han Yang

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Impacts of Real-Time Passenger Information Signs in Rail Stations at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, William Chow, David Block-Schachter, and Samuel Hickey

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Performance of Australian Light Rail and Comparison with U. S. Trends, Graham Currie, Matthew Burke, and Alexa Delbosc

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The estimation of changes in rail ridership through an onboard survey: did free Wi-Fi make a difference to Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor service?, Zhi Dong, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Giovanni Circella, and James R. Allison

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All-Door Boarding in San Francisco, California, Jason Lee and David Papas

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Bicycle Sharing and Public Transit: Does Capital Bikeshare Affect Metrorail Ridership in Washington, D.C.?, Ting Ma, Chao Liu, and Sevgi Erdoğan

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Ridership Response to Incremental Bus Rapid Transit Upgrades in North America Demographic and Network Effects, Anson F. Stewart, John P. Attanucci, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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New IDEAS for Transit: Transit IDEA Program Annual Report, Transportation Research Board

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Evaluation of the Safe Routes to Transit Program in California, David Weinzimmer, Rebecca L. Sanders, Heidi Dittrich, and Jill F. Cooper

Submissions from 2014

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Potential for mitigating greenhouse gases through expanding public transport services: A case study for Gauteng Province, South Africa, Steffen Bubeck, Jan Tomaschek, and Ulrich Fahl

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The influence of light rail transit on transit use: An exploration of station area residents along the Hiawatha line in Minneapolis, Xinyu (Jason) Cao and Jessica Schoner

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A Quality-Based Approach to Public Transportation Planning: Theory and a Case Study, Ennio Cascetta and Armando Carteni

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Drivers of bus rapid transit systems – Influences on patronage and service frequency, David A. Hensher, Zheng Li, and Corinne Mulley

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Net Effects of Gasoline Price Changes on Transit Ridership in U.S. Urban Areas, Hiroyuki Iseki and Rubaba Ali

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Planning Dial-a-Ride Services Statistical and Meta-Modeling Approach, Nikola Marković, Sanjin Milinković, Paul Schonfeld, and Zeljko Drobnjak

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Designing New York City Subways' Key Performance Indicators to Improve Service Delivery and Operations, Alla Reddy, Alex Lu, Mikhail Boguslavsky, and Brian Levine

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Exploring Synergy in Bicycle and Transit Use Empirical Evidence at Two Scales, Patrick A. Singleton and Kelly J. Clifton

Submissions from 2013

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Public transport use in Australia’s capital cities: Modelling and forecasting, Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE)

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Modelling public-transport users’ behaviour at connection point, Avishai Ceder, Subeh Chowdhury, Nima Taghipouran, and Jared Olsen

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Factors That Influence Urban Streetcar Ridership in the United States, Nicole Foletta, Nick Vanderkwaak, and Bob Grandy

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A Bridge Too Far? The Staten Island/Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Missed Connection, Cameron E. Gordon; Bukurije Bajrami; Nóra Tábori Santiago,; and Jonathan Peters

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Econometric models for public transport forecasting, David Kennedy

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A Bus Rapid Transit Line Case Study: Istanbul’s Metrobüs System, M. Anil Yazici, Herbert S. Levinson, Mustafa Ilicali, Nilgün Camkesen, and Camille Kamga

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What influences Metro station ridership in China? Insights from Nanjing, Jinbao Zhao, Wei Deng, Yan Song, and Yueran Zhu

Submissions from 2012

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Select Bus Service on M15 in New York City Bus Rapid Transit Partnership, Eric B. Beaton, Joseph E. Barr, Joseph V. Chiarmonte, Theodore V. Orosz, Dominique Paukowits, and Aaron Sugiura

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Analysis of Transit Service Coverage Level-of-Service Measures at Border Regions and Suggested Alternative Procedure, Luis David Galicia, Rajat Rajbhandari, Ruey Long Cheu, and Rafael M. Aldrete

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Ridership drivers of bus rapid transit systems, David A. Hensher and Zheng Li

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Evaluating the long term impacts of transport policy: The case of passenger rail privatisation, John Preston and Dawn Robins

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Opportunities and strategies for increasing bus ridership in rural Japan: A case study of Hidaka City, Djoen San Santoso, Masaru Yajima, Kunihiro Sakamoto, and Hisashi Kubota

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Cost-saving properties of schedule coordination in a simple trunk-and-feeder transit system, Karthikgeyan Sivakumaran, Yuwei Li, Michael J. Cassidy, and Samer Madanat

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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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Will Psychological Effects of Real-Time Transit Information Systems Lead to Ridership Gain?, Lei Tang and Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah

Submissions from 2011

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Potential Impact of Gasoline Price Increases on U.S. Public Transportation Ridership, 2011 -2012, American Public Transportation Association

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Potential of modal shift to rail transport - Study on the projected effects on GHG emissions and transport volumes, Eelco Den Boer, Huib van Essen, Femke Brouwer, Enrico Pastori, and Alessandra Moizo

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Time Cost Measurement of Travel in Sydney and Implications for Public Transport Patronage Potential, David Emerson and Bruno Parolin

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

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Transit Ridership Evaluation Using Aggregate-Level Causal Analyses of Subway Mode Shares in Seoul, South Korea, Joonho Ko, Dongjoo Park, and Sehee Lee

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Bicycling access and egress to transit: Informing the possibilities, Kevin J. Krizek, Eric Stonebraker, and Seth Tribbey

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Forecasting annual train boardings in Melbourne using time series data, John F. Odgers and Laura Andreoli van Schijndel

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Impact of Gasoline Prices on Transit Ridership in Washington State, Victor W. Stover and C.H. Christine Bae

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Understanding transit ridership demand for a multi-destination, multimodal transit network in an American Metropolitan area, Gregory L. Thompson, Jeffrey Brown, Torsha Bhattacharya, and Michal Joroszynski

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Where Is My Bus? Impact of mobile real-time information on the perceived and actual wait time of transit riders, Kari Edison Watkins, Brian Ferris, Alan Borning, G. Scott Rutherford, and David Layton

Submissions from 2010

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Select bus service on Bx12 in New York City, Bus Rapid Transit partnership of New York City DOT and Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit, Joseph E. Barr, Eric B. Beaton, Joseph V. Chiarmonte, and Theodore V. Orosz

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Direct ridership model of Bus Rapid Transit in Los Angeles County, California, Robert Cervero, Jin Murakami, and Mark Miller

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City Wide Bus Network Restructuring Using An Inclusive Planning Approach, Graham Currie and Knowles Tivendale

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Rarely enjoyed? A count data analysis of ridership in Germany's public transport, Manuel Frondel and Colin Vance

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Current Practices in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Savings from Transit, Frank Gallivan and Michael Grant

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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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Managing Increasing Ridership Demand, Harrington-Hughes & Associates

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Putting our money to good use: Can we attract more passengers without increasing subsidies?, Johan Holmgren

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Bicycling and Transit. A Marriage Unrealized, Kevin J. Krizek and Eric W. Stonebraker

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Evaluating the Technical Efficiency of Trolley Buses in Athens, Greece, Panayotis G. Michaelides, Athena Belegri-Roboli, and Theocharis Marinos

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From buses to BRT: Case Studies of incremental BRT projects in North America, John Niles and Lisa Callaghan Jerram

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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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Public transport and road pricing: a survey and simulation experiments, Theodore Tsekeris and Stefan Voß

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Night-Time Operations in Transit Systems: Evaluating the Athens Metro Owl Services, Eirini Veliou, Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, and Matthew G. Karlaftis

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

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Developing a Bus Rapid Transit strategic plan for San Jose and Silicon Valley, California, Corey Wong and Steven Fisher

Submissions from 2009

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Transition to growth: transport as a springboard for economic growth, Michael Bealing

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The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy

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The growth engine: Interconnecting transport performance, the economy and the environment, Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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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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Growth management and sustainable transport: Do growth management policies promote transit use?, Brian Deal, Jae Hong Kim, and Arnab Chakraborty

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Metrorail Trends and Markets: Synopsis of Recent Ridership Growth, Wenyu Jia

Submissions from 2008

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Kickstarting growth in bus patronage: Targeting support at the margins, Abigail L. Bristow, Marcus P. Enoch, Lian Zhang, Clare Greensmith, Norman James, and Stephen Potter

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Transit Use at Transit-Oriented Developments in Portland, Oregon, Area, Jennifer Dill

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Four Challenges to Incorporating Transportation Demand Management into the Land Development Process, Sara Jane Hendricks

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Indicators for Sustainable Transportation Planning, Robert A. Johnston

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The ITE 2008 Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Anaheim, CA, USA: Transportation and Other Items of Interest in Orange County, CA, Rock E. Miller

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Smart growth and transit - oriented development at the state level: Lessons from California, New Jersey, and Western Australia, John L. Renne

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Land-Use Challenges to Implementing Transit-Oriented Development in China: Case Study of Jinan, Shandong Province, Alainna Thomas and Elizabeth Deakin

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Smart Phone Application to Influence Travel Behavior (TRAC-IT Phase 3), Philip L. Winters, Sean J. Barbeau, and Nevine L. Georggi

Submissions from 2007

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Urban Transport Trends and Policies in China and India: Impacts of Rapid Economic Growth, John Pucher, Zhong-Ren Peng, Neha Mittal, Yi Zhu, and Nisha Korattyswaroopam

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Growth in Worldwide Carsharing: An International Comparison, Susan A. Shaheen and Adam P. Cohen

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Modeling of Vehicle Ownership: Case Study of Thailand, Pattarathep Sillaparcharn