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Submissions from 2017

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Analyzing year-to-year changes in public transport passenger behaviour using smart card data, Anne-Sarah Briand, Etienne Côme, Martin Trépanier, and Latifa Oukhellou

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Tweeting Transit: An examination of social media strategies for transport information management during a large event, Caitlin Cottrill, Paul Gault, Godwin Yeboah, John D. Nelson, Jillian Anable, and Thomas Budd

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An agent-based day-to-day adjustment process for modeling ‘Mobility as a Service’ with a two-sided flexible transport market, Shadi Djavadian and Joseph Y.J. Chow

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A visual segmentation method for temporal smart card data, Mohammad Sajjad Ghaemi, Bruno Agard, Martin Trépanier, and Vahid Partovi Nia

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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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A method to directly derive taste heterogeneity of travellers’ route choice in public transport from observed routes, Sung-Pil Hong, Kyung min Kim, Geunyeong Byeon, and Yun-Hong Min

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Crowding cost estimation with large scale smart card and vehicle location data, Daniel Hörcher, Daniel J. Graham, and Richard J. Anderson

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Train unit scheduling guided by historic capacity provisions and passenger count surveys, Zhiyuan Lin, Eva Barrena, and Raymond S.K. Kwan

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Forecasting short-term subway passenger flow under special events scenarios using multiscale radial basis function networks, Yang Li, Xudong Wang, Shuo Sun, Xiaolei Ma, and Guangquan Lu

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Travel mode estimation for multi-modal journey planner, Heikki Mäenpää, Andrei Lobov, and Jose L. Martinez Lastra

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Understanding commuting patterns using transit smart card data, Xiaolei Ma, Congcong Liu, Huimin Wen, Yunpeng Wang, and Yao-Jan Wu

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The S-Curve of Technological Adoption: Mobile Communication Devices on Commuter Trains in the Chicago Region, 2010–2015, Joseph P. Schwieterman and Lauren Ames Fischer

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

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Analysing the spatial-temporal characteristics of bus travel demand using the heat map, Chang Yu and Zhao-Cheng He

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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

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Impacts of weather on public transport ridership: Results from mining data from different sources, Meng Zhou, Donggen Wang, Qingquan Li, Yang Yue, Wei Tu, and Rui Cao

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A probabilistic Passenger-to-Train Assignment Model based on automated data, Yiwen Zhu, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

Submissions from 2016

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Validating and improving public transport origin–destination estimation algorithm using smart card fare data, Azalden Alsger, Behrang Assemi, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Luis Ferreira

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Tapping into Delay: Assessing Rail Transit Passenger Delay with Data from a Tap-In, Tap-Out Fare System, Justin Antos and Michael D. Eichler

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The effect of slow zones on ridership: An analysis of the Chicago Transit Authority “El” Blue Line, Margarita Bernal, Eric W. Welch, and P. S. Sriraj

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The role of passenger-centric innovation in the future of public transport, Tiago Camacho, Marcus Foth, Andry Rakotonirainy, Markus Rittenbruch, and Jonathan Bunker

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Reproducing Longitudinal In-Vehicle Traveler Experience and the Impact of a Service Reduction with Public Transit Smart Card Data, Ka Kee Alfred Chu and André Lomone

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Guidebooks for Estimating Total Transit Usage through Extrapolating Incomplete Counts, Xuehao Chu

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Estimation of Origin and Destination Information from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Sensing for Transit, Matthew Dunlap, Zhibin Li, Kristian Henrickson, and Yinhai Wang

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Genetic Algorithm and Regression-Based Model for Analyzing Fare Payment Structure and Transit Dwell Time, S. Kiavash Fayyaz, Xiaoyue (Cathy) Liu, and Richard J. Porter

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Regularity of Public Transport Usage: A Case Study of Bus Rides in Lisbon, Portugal, Stefan Foell, Santi Phithakkitnukoon, Marco Veloso, Gerd Kortuem, and Carlos Bento

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Estimating Uncertainty of Bus Arrival Times and Passenger Occupancies, Vikash V. Gayah, Zhengyao Yu, and Jonathan S. Wood

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Trends in Mobile Transit Information Utilization: An Exploratory Analysis of Transit App in New York City, Niloofar Ghahramani and Candace Brakewood

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Using smart card and GPS data for policy and planning: The case of Transantiago, Antonio Gschwender, Marcela Munizaga, and Carolina Simonetti

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The role of real- time crowdsourced information and technology in supporting traveller information and network efficiency June 2016, Dale Harris, Dave Smith, Carl O’Neil, and Jeremy Severinsen

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Modeling Transit Users Stop Choice Behavior: Do Travelers Strategize?, Mohammad Nurul Hassan, Taha Hossein Rashidi, S. Travis Waller, Neema Nassir, and Mark Hickman

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Precise estimation of connections of metro passengers from Smart Card data, Sung-Pil Hong, Yun-Hong Min, Myoung-Ju Park, Kyung Min Kim, and Suk Mun Oh

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Use of Agent-Based Crowd Simulation to Investigate the Performance of Large-Scale Intermodal Facilities: Case Study of Union Station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Gregory Hoy, Erin Morrow, and Amer Shalaby

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Inferring patterns in the multi-week activity sequences of public transport users, Gabriel Goulet Langlois, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Jinhua Zhao

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Train unit scheduling guided by historic capacity provisions and passenger count surveys, Zhiyuan Lin, Eva Barrena, and Raymond S. K. Kwan

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How transport users perceive personal safety apps, Orla Thérèse McCarthy, Brian Caulfield, and Margaret O’Mahony

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Advanced public transport and intelligent transport systems: new modelling challenges, Agostino Nuzzolo and Antonio Comi

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Automatic calibration of agent-based public transit assignment path choice to count data, Manuel Moyo Oliveros and Kai Nagel

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Public preference for data privacy – A pan-European study on metro/train surveillance, Sunil Patil, Bhanu Patruni, Dimitris Potoglou, and Neil Robinson

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Train commuters’ scheduling preferences: Evidence from a large-scale peak avoidance experiment, Stefanie Peer, Jasper Knockaert, and Erik T. Verhoef

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Comparison of passengers' behavior and aggregate demand levels on a subway system using origin-destination surveys and smartcard data, Cristobal Pineda, Daniel Schwarz, and Esteban Godoy

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Making Headways: Analysis of Smart Cards and Bus Dwell Times in Los Angeles, California, Daniel B. Shockley, Julia Salinas, and Brian D. Taylor

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Time-Expanded Network Model of Train-Level Subway Ridership Flows Using Actual Train Movement Data, Timon Stasko, Brian Levine, and Alla Reddy

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Estimating the influence of common disruptions on urban rail transit networks, Huijun Sun, Jianjun Wu, Lijuan Wu, Xiaoyong Yan, and Ziyou Gao

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Identifying passenger flow characteristics and evaluating travel time reliability by visualizing AFC data: a case study of Shanghai Metro, Yanshuo Sun, Jungang Shi, and Paul M. Schonfeld

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Determining Optimal Strategies for Single-Line Bus Operation by Means of Smartphone Demand Data, Chunyan Tang, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Shengchuan Zhao, and Ying-En Ge

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The influence of weather on local geographical patterns of bus usage, Sui Tao, Jonathan Corcoran, Mark Hickman, and Robert Stimson

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Valuation of sitting and standing in metro trains using revealed preferences, Alejandro Tirachini, Lijun Sun, Alexander Erath, and Artem Chakirov

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Have they bunched yet? An exploratory study of the impacts of bus bunching on dwell and running times, David Verbich, Ehab Diab, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

Submissions from 2015

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Use of Smart Card Fare Data to Estimate Public Transport Origin–Destination Matrix, Azalden A. Alsger, Mahmoud Mesbah, Luis Ferreira, and Hamid Safi

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Rethinking bus punctuality by integrating Automatic Vehicle Location data and passenger patterns, Benedetto Barabino, Massimo Di Francesco, and Sara Mozzoni

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Quantifying transit travel experiences from the users’ perspective with high-resolution smartphone and vehicle location data: Methodologies, validation, and example analyses, Andre Carrel, Peter S.C. Lau, Rabi G. Mishalani, Raja Sengupta, and Joan L. Walker

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Identification and classification of public transport activity centres in Stockholm using passenger flows data, Oded Cats, Qian Wang, and Yu Zhao

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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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Integrated Real-Time Transit Signal Priority Control for High-Frequency Segregated Transit Services, Felipe Delgado, Juan Carlos Muñoz, Ricardo Giesen, and Nigel H. M. Wilson

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What Do You Do with Your App? Study of Bus Rider Decision Making with Real-Time Passenger Information, Achille Fonzone

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Exploring Applications of Second-Generation Archived Transit Data for Estimating Performance Measures and Arterial Travel Speeds, Travis B. Glick, Wei Feng, Robert L. Bertini, and Miguel A. Figliozzi

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New QR Survey Methodologies to Analyze User Perception of Service Quality in Public Transport: The Experience of Madrid, Begoña Guirao, Antonio García, María Eugenia López, Carlos Acha, and Julio Comendador

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Estimating the Destination of Unlinked Trips in Transit Smart Card Fare Data, Li He and Martin Trépanier

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Transit Travel Time Reliability: Shifting the Focus from Vehicles to Customers, Patricia Hendren, Justin Antos, Yvonne Carney, and Richard Harcum

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Estimation of an origin/destination matrix: application to a ferry transport data, Adrien Ickowicz and Ross Sparks

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Transit passenger origin–destination flow estimation: Efficiently combining onboard survey and large automatic passenger count datasets, Yuxiong Ji, Rabi G. Mishalani, and Mark R. McCord

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A modified Density-Based Scanning Algorithm with Noise for spatial travel pattern analysis from Smart Card AFC data, Le Minh Kieu, Ashish Bhaskar, and Edward Chung

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Does crowding affect the path choice of metro passengers?, Kyung Min Kim, Sung-Pil Hong, Suk-Joon Ko, and Dowon Kim

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Novel Vehicle Mass-Based Automated Passenger Counter for Transit Applications, Andrew J. Kotz, David B. Kittelson, and William F. Northrop

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Potentials of Online Media and Location-Based Big Data for Urban Transit Networks in Developing Countries, Kelsey Lantz, Sakib Khan, Linh B. Ngo, Mashrur Chowdhury, Sarah Donaher, and Amy Apon

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Inferring the route-use patterns of metro passengers based only on travel-time data within a Bayesian framework using a reversible-jump Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) simulation, Minseo Lee and Keemin Sohn

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Modeling Bus Travel Time Reliability with Supply and Demand Data from Automatic Vehicle Location and Smart Card Systems, Zhen-Liang Ma, Luis Ferreira, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ahmad Tavassoli Hojati

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Activity detection and transfer identification for public transit fare card data, Neema Nassir, Mark Hickman, and Zhen-Liang Ma

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Method for Assessing Bus Delay in Mixed Traffic to Identify Transit Priority Improvement Locations in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Jeffrey L. Rosenblum, Duncan W. Allen, Tegin L. Bennett, Ritesh K. Warade, and Cleo M. Stoughton

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Greenhouse Gas Impact of Ridership on Sheppard Subway Line, Toronto, Canada, Shoshanna Saxe, Heather Cruickshank, and Eric Miller

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Travel Patterns of Urban Linear Ferry Passengers: Analysis of Smart Card Fare Data for Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Ali Soltani, Michael Tanko, Matthew I. Burke, and Reza Farid

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Improving service quality in public transportation systems using automated customer feedback, Anselmo Stelzer, Frank Englert, Stephan Hörold, and Cindy Mayas

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An integrated Bayesian approach for passenger flow assignment in metro networks, Lijun Sun, Yang Lu, Jian Gang Jin, Der-Horng Lee, and Kay W. Axhausen

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A zonal inference model based on observed smart-card transactions for Santiago de Chile, Sebastián Tamblay, Patricia Galilea, Paula Iglesias, Sebastián Raveau, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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New Path Size Formulation in Path Size Logit for Route Choice Modeling in Public Transport Networks, Rui Tan, Muhammad Adnan, Der-Horng Lee, and Moshe E. Ben-Akiva

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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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Preliminary Strategic Analysis of Next Generation Fare Payment Systems for Public Transportation, Eric York Wallischeck, Tim Weisenberger, Andrew Berthaume, and Michael G. Dinning

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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

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Use of Web-Based Rider Feedback to Improve Public Transit Services, Kari Edison Watkins, Yanzhi (Ann) Xu, Susan Bregman, and Kathryn Coffel

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Identification of transit farebox data errors: impacts on transit planning, Shu Yang, Yao-Jan Wu, Bernadette Marion, and Isaac E. Moses

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Effective Modeling for a Distance-Based Fare Structure with a Time-Expanded Network, Donghyung Yook and Kevin Heaslip

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Development of Application for Estimating Daily Boarding and Alighting Counts on New York City Buses: Implementation of Daily Production System, Qifeng Zeng, Alla Reddy, Alex Lu, and Brian Levine

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Validating Rail Transit Assignment Models with Cluster Analysis and Automatic Fare Collection Data, Wei Zhu, Feng Zhou, Jiajun Huang, and Ruihua Xu

Submissions from 2014

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A simulation of transit bus emissions along an urban corridor: Evaluating changes under various service improvement strategies, Ahsan Alam, Ehab Diab, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, and Marianne Hatzopoulou

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Modeling Riders' Behavioral Responses to Real-Time Information at Light Rail Transit Stations, Yuan Bai and Lina Kattan

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

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How Close Is Close Enough?, Ben Cummins, Greg Spitz, Tara P. O'Malley, and Margaret Campbell

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Transitory Optimism: Changes in Passenger Perception Following Bus Service Improvement over Time, Ehab I. Diab and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Benefits of Real-Time Transit Information and Impacts of Data Accuracy on Rider Experience, Aaron Gooze, Kari Edison Watkins, and Alan Borning

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Design and Implementation of Discrete-event Simulation Framework for Modeling Bus Rapid Transit System, Fergyanto E. Gunawan

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Public Transport Time-Tabling Based on Maximum-Load Points Using Multisize Vehicles, Stephan Hassold and Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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Critical Appraisal of Web-Based Passenger Information Systems, Gaurav V. Jain, S. S. Jain, and Manoranjan Parida

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Estimation of a route choice model for urban public transport using smart card data, Ľudmila Jánošíková, Jiří Slavík, and Michal Koháni

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Estimating Transit Route OD Flow Matrices from APC Data on Multiple Bus Trips Using the IPF Method with an Iteratively Improved Base: Method and Empirical Evaluation, Yuxiong Ji, Rabi G. Mishalani, and Mark R. McCord

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Why do passengers choose a specific car of a metro train during the morning peak hours?, Hyunmi Kim, Sohee Kwon, Seung Kook Wu, and Keemin Sohn

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Variability of commuters’ bus line choice: an analysis of oyster card data, Fumitaka Kurauchi, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Hiroshi Shimamoto, and Seham M. Hassan

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Behavioural data mining of transit smart card data: A data fusion approach, Takahiko Kusakabe and Yasuo Asakura

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Trip purpose inference using automated fare collection data, Sang Gu Lee and Mark Hickman

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CBVC-B: A System for Synchronizing Public-transport Transfers Using Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication, Tao Liu, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Jihui Ma, and Wei Guan