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Submissions from 2017

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

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The new public transport pricing in Madrid Metropolitan Area: A welfare analysis, Mercedes Burguillo, Desiderio Romero-Jordán, and José Félix Sanz-Sanz

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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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A cooperative game approach to cost allocation in a rapid-transit network, Edward C. Rosenthal

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Overcoming the Downs-Thomson Paradox by transit subsidy policies, Wei (Walker) Wang, David Z.W. Wang, Fangni Zhang, Huijun Sun, Wenyi Zhang, and Jianjun Wu

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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Accessibility analysis of the integrated transit system of Bogotá, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Daniel Escobar, Daniel Oviedo Hernandez, and Diana Galarza

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Commuters’ behavior towards upgraded bus services in Greater Beirut: Implications for greenhouse gas emissions, social welfare and transport policy, Ali Chalak, Hani Al-Naghi, Alexandra Irani, and Maya Abou-Zeid

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Integrating congestion pricing and transit investment planning, Ruoyun Chen and Linda Nozick

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Free public transport: A socio-cognitive analysis, Mario Cools, Yannick Fabbro, and Tom Bellemans

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Should Transit Continue to Chase Development? Scenario Modeling and Analysis Supporting Regional Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness in Washington, D.C., Region, Allison Davis and Dalia Leven

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Pricing strategies for public transport, Neil Douglas

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Optimal pricing for travelcards under income and car ownership inequities, Sergio Jara-Díaz, Diego Cruz, and César Casanova

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Marginal cost-pricing in the Swedish transport sector – An efficient and sustainable way of funding local and regional public transport in the future?, Anders Ljungberg

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Shifting from Metro to Sustainable Surface Modes for Short-Distance Travel, John Zacharias and Xuwen Li

Submissions from 2015

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Investigating the Determining Factors for Transit Travel Demand by Bus Mode in US Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Bhuiyan Alam, Hilary Nixon, and Qiong Zhang

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Discomfort in mass transit and its implication for scheduling and pricing, André de Palma, Moez Kilani, and Stef Proost

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

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Agent-based optimisation of public transport supply and pricing: impacts of activity scheduling decisions and simulation randomness, Ihab Kaddoura, Benjamin Kickhöfer, Andreas Neumann, and Alejandro Tirachini

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

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Pricing and mode choice based on nested logit model with trip-chain costs, Xiao-Shan Lu, Tian-Liang Liu, and Hai-Jun Huang

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

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Collective public-transport tickets and anticipated majority choice: A model of student tickets, Achim Voss

Submissions from 2014

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Public Transport Pricing Policy Empirical Evidence from a Fare-Free Scheme in Tallinn, Estonia, Oded Cats, Triin Reimal, and Yusak Susilo

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Symbiotic network design strategies in the presence of coexisting transportation networks, Joseph Y.J. Chow and Hamid R. Sayarshad

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Performance, profit and consumer sovereignty in the English deregulated bus market, Jonathan Cowie

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Effect of Parking Charges at Transit Stations on Park-and-Ride Mode Choice, Khandker Nurul Habib, Mohamed S. Mahmoud, and Jesse Coleman

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A strategy for increased public transport usage – The effects of implementing a welfare maximizing policy, Johan Holmgren

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

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The impact of transportation demand management policies on commuting to college facilities: A case study at the University of Trieste, Italy, Lucia Rotaris and Romeo Danielis

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A volatile relationship: The effect of changing gasoline prices on public support for mass transit, Michael J. Smart

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Impact of fuel price on vehicle miles traveled (VMT): do the poor respond in the same way as the rich?, Tingting Wang and Cynthia Chen

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Determining Appropriate Fare Levels for Distance-Based Fare Structure Considering Users' Behaviors in a Time-Expanded Network, Donghyung Yook and Kevin Heaslip

Submissions from 2013

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Transit Impact Fee, Enabling Statutes and Equity Concerns, Shishir Mathur and Adam Smith

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The cross elasticity between gasoline prices and transit use: Evidence from Chicago, William P. Nowak and Ian Savage

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Research on the Bi-level Programming Model for Ticket Fare Pricing of Urban Rail Transit based on Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm, Zhao Xueyu and Yang Jiaqi

Submissions from 2012

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Guidebook for Evaluating Fuel Purchasing Strategies for Public Transit Agencies, David Friedman and Kevin DeCorla-Souza

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Is it possible to achieve both a simple and efficient public transport zone fare structure? Case study Oslo, Kjell Jansson and Truls Angell

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Rail infrastructure charging EU-directive, Swedish concerns and theory, Kjell Jansson and Harald Lang

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Financing transportation with land value taxes: Effects on development intensity, Jason R. Junge and David Levinson

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Impacts of increased rail infrastructure charges in Sweden, Anders Ljungberg

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Cost Functions for Strategies in Schedule-Based Transit Networks with Limited Vehicle Capacities, Normen Rochau, Klaus Nökel, and Michael G.H. Bell

Submissions from 2011

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Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation Volume 2: Research Report, Jon E. Burkhardt, Richard Garrity, Kathy McGehee, Susanna S. Hamme, Karen Burkhardt, Cindy Johnson, and David Koffman

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Modelling the ability of fare to spread AM peak passenger loads using rooftops, Neil J. Douglas, Liesel Henn, and Keith Sloan

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Rail Infrastructure Charging Systems for High-Speed Lines in Europe, Marta Sanchez-Borras and Andres Lopez-Pita

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Cost Analysis of Public Transport in Shanghai, Zheng Wang, Chao Zhu, and Siaofang Shan

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Collaboration decisions on disruption recovery service in urban public tram systems, Amy Z. Zeng, Christian F. Durach, and Yan Fang

Submissions from 2010

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What shapes local public transportation in Europe? Economics, mobility, institutions, and geography, Daniel Albalate and Germà Bel

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Quantification of the non-transport benefits resulting from rail investment, David Banister and Mark Thurstain-Goodwin

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

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Transit Referenda and Funding Options Bonds Versus Taxes, Vinayak Dixit, Elizabeth E. Rutstrom, Michael Seph Mard, and Ryan O. Zielske

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

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Optimizing Pricing Policies in Park-and-Ride Facilities: A Model and Decision Support System with Application, Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, Matthew G. Karlaftis, and Zongzhi Li

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Treatment of seasonal tickets for public transport in estimation and application of mode/destination choice models, Odd I. Larsen and Jens Rekdal

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European rail reform and passenger services – the next steps, Chris Nash

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Existence of self-financing and Pareto-improving congestion pricing: Impact of value of time distribution, Yu (Marco) Nie and Yang Liu

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Rail access charges and the competitiveness of high speed trains, Marta Sanchez-Borras, Chris Nash, Pedro Abrantes, and Andres Lopez-Pita

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Estimating marginal external costs of transport in Delhi, Akshaya Kumar Sen, Geetam Tiwari, and Vrajaindra Upadhyay

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Evaluation of an existing bus network using a transit network optimisation model: a case study of the Hiroshima City Bus network, Hiroshi Shimamoto, Naoki Murayama, Akimasa Fujiwara, and Janyi Zhang

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

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Autos, transit and bicycles: Comparing the costs in large Chinese cities, Rui Wang

Submissions from 2009

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Carrots versus sticks: Rewarding commuters for avoiding the rush-hour—a study of willingness to participate, Eran Ben-Elia and Dick Ettema

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Modal Choices and Spending Patterns of Travelers to Downtown San Francisco, California: Impacts of Congestion Pricing on Retail Trade, Elizabeth M. Bent and Krute Singa

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Revenues from a Statewide Congestion Pricing Program: Estimation on a Shoestring Budget, Patrick T. DeCorla-Souza and David M. Luskin

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Transit Response to Congestion Pricing Opportunities, Matthew H. Hardy

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Achieving Carbon-Efficient Transportation: Backcasting from London, Robin Hickman, Olu Ashiru, and David Banister

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Road Pricing as Impetus for Environment-Friendly Travel Behavior: Results from a Stated Adaptation Experiment, Davy Janssens, Mario Cools, Elke Amelie Moons, Geert Wets, Theo A. Arentze, and Harry J P Timmermans

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The Effect of Financial Constraints on the Optimal Design of Public Transport Services, Sergio R. Jara-Diaz and Antonio Gschwender

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Behavioral adjustments and equity effects of congestion pricing: Analysis of morning commutes during the Stockholm Trial, Anders Karlstrom and Joel P. Franklin

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The role of public transport for feasibility and acceptability of congestion charging - The case of Stockholm, Karl Kottenhoff and Karin Brundell Freij

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Review of International Modeling Literature: Transit, Land Use, and Automobile Pricing Strategies to Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Caroline Rodier

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Transit's Effect on Mileage Responses to Oregon's Experiment in Road Pricing, Anthony M. Rufolo and Thomas J. Kimpel

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Bilevel Programming for Evaluating Revenue Strategy of Railway Passenger Transport Under Multimodal Market Competition, Bingfeng Si, Ming Zhong, and Ziyou Gao

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Financial Model to Assess Value Capture Potential of a Roadway Project, Sharada R. Vadali, Rafael Manuel Aldrete, and Arturo Bujanda

Submissions from 2008

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Distributional effects of road pricing: Assessment of nine scenarios for Paris, Benjamin Bureau and Matthieu Glachant

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New Active Traffic Management Approach for Metropolitan Freeway Networks, Patrick T. DeCorla-Souza

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New Road Financing System for U.S. Metropolitan Areas, Patrick T. DeCorla-Souza

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Sustainable Urban Policies for Developing Countries by Integrating Center-Based Telecommuting with Transit and Road Pricing: Case Study of Bangkok, Thailand, Metropolitan Region, Dilum Dissanayake

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Managing transport challenges when oil prices rise, S. Donovan, J. Genter, B. Petrenas, N. Mumby, T. Hazledine, Todd Litman, G. Hewison, T. Guidera, L. O'Reilly, A. Green, and G. Leyland

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

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Assessing the Influence of Distance-based Charges on Freight Transporters, David A. Hensher and Sean M. Puckett

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Vehicle Restrictions in Four Latin American Cities: Is Congestion Pricing Possible?, Anjali Mahendra

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Minnesota's Proposal for Urban Partnership Agreement: Case Study of Political and Institutional Issues in Congestion Pricing, Lee W. Munnich

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Optimal urban transport pricing in the presence of congestion, economies of density and costly public funds, Stef Proost and Kurt Van Dender

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Smart Parking Linked to Transit: Lessons Learned from Field Test in San Francisco Bay Area of California, Susan A. Shaheen and Charlene Kemmerer

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Equity and Efficiency Analysis of Pricing Strategies in a Bimodal Network with Heterogeneous User Groups, Z X. Wu, William H K Lam, and Hai-Jun Huang

Submissions from 2007

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Proposed Infrastructure Pricing Methodology for Mixed-Use Rail Networks, Francisco Javier Calvo, Juan de Ona, and Andrew Nash

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Would You Stick To Using Your Car Even If Charged? Evidence from Trento, Italy, Carlo V. Fiorio and Marco Percoco

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Public Acceptability of Road User Charging: The Case of Edinburgh and the 2005 Referendum, Martin Gaunt, Tom Rye, and Simon Allen

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Congestion Pricing for Multi-Modal Transportation Systems, Younes Hamdouch, Michael A. Florian, Donald W. Hearn, and Siriphong Lawphongpanich

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Congestion and variable user charging as an effective travel demand management instrument, David A. Hensher and Sean M. Puckett

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User Satisfaction with Paratransit in Competition with Motorization in Indonesia: Anticipation of Future Implications, Tri Basuki Joewono and Hisashi Kubota

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Singapore Motorisation Restraint and its Implications on Travel Behaviour and Urban Sustainability, Piotr S. Olszewski

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A socio-economic assessment of proposed road user charging schemes in Copenhagen, Jeppe Rich and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Applying Low-Cost Airline Pricing Strategies to European Railroads, Thomas Sauter-Servaes and Andrew Nash

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Politics, Public Opinion, and Project Design in California Road Pricing, Megan Smirti, Alexandra Elizabeth Evans, Michael W. Gougherty, and Eric Andrew Morris

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Impact of congestion charging on the transit market: An inter-modal equilibrium model, Muanmas Wichiensin, Michael G.H. Bell, and Hai Yang