Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Schedule-free high-frequency transit operations
Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, Nigel H.M. Wilson, and Haris N. Koutsopoulos

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PANDA: a software tool for improved train dispatching with focus on passenger flows
Ralf Rückert, Martin Lemnian, Christoph Blendinger, Steffen Rechner, and Matthias Müller-Hannemann

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A heuristic for real-time crew rescheduling during small disruptions
Thijs Verhaegh, Dennis Huisman, Pieter-Jan Fioole, and Juan C. Vera

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Analysing improvements to on-street public transport systems: a mesoscopic model approach
Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Jonas Kornerup Jensen, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Journey-based characterization of multi-modal public transportation networks
Cecilia Viggiano, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, Nigel H.M. Wilson, and John Attanucci

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Is fare increment desirable for ensuring operational viability of private buses?
Saurabh Dandapat, Munavar Fairooz Cheranchery, and Bhargab Maitra

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Modelling the potential for cycling in access trips to bus, train and metro in Rio de Janeiro
Flavia de Souza, Lissy La Paix Puello, Mark Brussel, Romulo Orrico, and Martin van Maarseveen

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Active Safety-Collision Warning Pilot in Washington State
Jerry Spears, Jerome M. Lutin, Yinhai Wang, Ruimin Ke, Steven M. Clancy, and Washington State Transit Insurance Pool (WSTIP)

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Reducing the impact of speed dispersion on subway corridor flow
Jing Qiao, Lishan Sun, Xiaoming Liu, and Jian Rong

*Updated as of 11/20/17.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.