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Submissions from 2017

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Mobility and the making of the neoliberal “creative city”: The streetcar as a creative city project?, Gregg Culver

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Public Transportation Guidebook for Small- and Medium-Sized Public-Private Partnerships, Nathan M. Macek, Elizabeth G. Neely, and Ella C. Claney

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Optimal bus transit route packaging in a privatized contracting regime, Ashish Nayan and David Z.W. Wang

Submissions from 2016

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To contract or to operate publicly? Observations from the bus service reform transition process in Malta, Thérèse Bajada and Helena Titheridge

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The politics of delivering light rail transit projects through public-private partnerships in Spain: A case study approach, Samuel Carpintero and Matti Siemiatycki

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A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership, David Emerson, Corinne Mulley, and Michiel C.J. Bliemer

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Analyzing the gap between the QOS demanded by PT users and QOS supplied by service operators, Bryan Epstein and Moshe Givoni

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

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Yardstick regulation and the operators' productivity of railway industry in Japan, Jun Mizutani and Munekatsu Usami

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The publicness of public transport: The changing nature of public transport in Latin American cities, Laurel Paget-Seekins and Manuel Tironi

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A review of general practice in contracting public transport services and transfer to BRT systems, Marisa J.D. Pedro and Rosário Macário

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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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Privatisation Reversals of Bus Transport Service: A Case of Shanghai in China, Huanming Wang, Rui Mu, and Wenyu Liu

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Do the organizational forms affect passenger satisfaction? Evidence from Chinese public transport service, Chunqin Zhang, Zhicai Juan, Weite Lu, and Guangnian Xiao

Submissions from 2015

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LRT and street tram policies and implementation in turkish cities, Pelin Alpkokin, Sabahat Topuz Kiremitci, John Andrew Black, and Sukru Cetinavci

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Urban rail operators in Turkey: Organisational reform in transit service provision and the impact on planning, operation and system performance, Ela Babalık-Sutcliffe

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The impact of market opening on the supply of interregional train services, Oskar Fröidh and Bo-Lennart Nelldal

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Bus rapid transit as a neoliberal contradiction, Laurel Paget-Seekins

Submissions from 2014

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Evaluating Private Bus Operators' Willingness to Participate in Transit Improvements in Mexico, Abel Lopez Dodero, Jeffrey M. Casello, Angel R. Molinero Molinero, and Daniel Vazquez Cotera

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Evaluating the impact of organizational patterns on the efficiency of urban rail transit systems in China, Feifei Qin, Xiaoning Zhang, and Qiang Zhou

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Transit Public-Private Partnerships: Legal Issues, Larry W. Thomas

Submissions from 2013

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Public–private partnerships in China: A case of the Beijing No.4 Metro line, Zheng Chang

Submissions from 2012

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Competition for Public Transport Services, Arne Beck

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Rail integrated communities in Tokyo, John Calimente

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Steps to leading change. A Transportation Agency's Business Plan Approach, Kevin Connolly, Laura Wolfgram, and Judis Santos

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An assessment of cost management regimes in British rail infrastructure provision, Jonathan Cowie and Sarah Loynes

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Development of Measurement System for Public Transport Performance, Hermann Orth, Ulrich Weidmann, and Robert Dorbritz

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Workshop 3A report – Governance, contracting, ownership and competition issues in public transport: Looking up not down, John Stanley and Andrew Smith

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Joint Development as a Value Capture Strategy in Transportation Finance, Zhirong Jerry Zhao, Kirty Vardhan Das, and Kerstin Larson

Submissions from 2011

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Contrasting Visions of Urban Transport Critique of “Fixing Transit: The Case For Privatization”, Todd Litman

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Efficacy of Public Private Partnership (PPP) for City Bus Operations: experience from Indian cities, Laghu Parashar and Gaurav Kumar Dubey

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Modelling open access train services, Martin Prior, James Vickers, and John Segal

Submissions from 2010

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Operator changes through competitive tendering: Empirical evidence from German local bus transport, Katrin Augustin and Matthias Walter

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Productivity changes in Portuguese bus companies, Carlos Pestana Barros and Nicholas Peypoch

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Results so far and prospects of Kazakhstan passenger rail franchising, Timur Sharipov

Submissions from 2008

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Rescaling employment relations: key outcomes of change in the privatised rail industry, Danny MacKinnon, Andrew Cumbers, and Jon Shaw

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The effects of privatization on return to the dollar: A case study on technical efficiency, and price distortions of Taiwan's intercity bus services, Ming-Miin Yu and Chih-Ku Fan

Submissions from 2007

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Infrastructure pricing and competition between modes in urban transport, Eric Pels and Erik T. Verhoef

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Leasing Passenger Trains: The British Experience, Jean Shaoul

Submissions from 2006

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Innovation and Integration in Urban Transport Policy, Sumet Ongkittikul and Harry Geerlings

Submissions from 2005

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Controlled Public Transport Fares in the Developing World: Help or Hindrance to the Urban Poor?, John E. Thompson and Katsuhide Nagayama

Submissions from 2004

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Impacts of privatising Britain's rail passenger services -- franchising, refranchising, and Ten Year Transport Plan targets, Richard D. Knowles

Submissions from 2002

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O-BAHN BUSWAY: ADELAIDE'S EXPERIENCE, L H. Rogers

Submissions from 2001

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HOW CAN THE QUALITY OF RAIL SERVICE IN TOKYO BE FURTHER IMPROVED?, H IEDA, Y Kanayama, M Ota, T Yamazaki, and T OKAMURA

Submissions from 2000

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LEGISLATING FOR MODAL SHIFT: BACKGROUND TO THE UK'S NEW TRANSPORT ACT, P Bonsall

Submissions from 1998

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Competition, regulation, and the privatisation of British Rail, R Gibb, J Shaw, and C Charlton

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BUS AND COACH DEREGULATION AND PRIVATIZATION IN GREAT BRITAIN, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SCOTLAND., Peter White and JOHN FARRINGTON

Submissions from 1997

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RAILWAY PROFITABILITY AND STATION CLOSURES, N G. Harris and M J. Callaghan

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REGULATING TRANSPORT'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS IN A DEREGULATING WORLD, Stephen Potter and Marcus Enoch

Submissions from 1996

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PRIVATIZATION OF BUS SERVICES IN ATHENS, GREECE: ASSESSMENT OF 14- MONTH EXPERIMENT., E C. Matsoukis

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Experiments in privatization - Victoria's public transport system, E Michael

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DEREGULATION AND PRIVATIZATION: THE BRITISH LOCAL BUS INDUSTRY FOLLOWING THE TRANSPORT ACT 1985., BARRY J. SIMPSON

Submissions from 1995

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PRIVATIZATION AND THE QUALITY OF RAIL SERVICES, P K. ELSE and T J. James

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BUS DEREGULATION, THE PLANNING DILEMMA., W J. TYSON

Submissions from 1994

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Public transport: privatization and investment, Peter White

Submissions from 1992

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FACTORS AFFECTING EUROPEAN PRIVATIZATION AND DEREGULATION POLICIES IN LOCAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT: THE EVIDENCE FROM SCANDINAVIA, B ANDERSEN

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PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC TRANSIT SERVICES. A SUMMARY OF AN INFORMATIONAL REPORT, Institute of Transportation Engineers

Submissions from 1991

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Deregulation and rural bus services: a study in rural Wales, P Bell and P Cloke

Submissions from 1986

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The dynamics of transit innovation in Los Angeles, S. Adler