Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Optimal recharging scheduling for urban electric buses: A case study in Davis
Yusheng Wang, Yongxi Huang, Jiuping Xu, and Nicole Barclay

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The multi-objective railway timetable rescheduling problem
Stefan Binder, Yousef Maknoon, and Michel Bierlaire

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Modelling the fuel consumption and pollutant emissions of the urban bus fleet of the city of Madrid
José M. López-Martínez, Felipe Jiménez, F. Javier Páez-Ayuso, M. Nuria Flores-Holgado, Angélica N. Arenas, Blanca Arenas-Ramirez, and Francisco Aparicio-Izquierdo

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New method to estimate local and system-wide effects of level rail crossings on network traffic flow
Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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Testing for inertia effect when a new tram is implemented
Rosa Marina González, Ángel Simón Marrero, and Elisabetta Cherchi

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Off the rails: The cost performance of infrastructure rail projects
Peter E.D. Love, Jingyang Zhou, David J. Edwards, Zahir Irani, and Chun-Pong Sing

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Locating charging infrastructure for electric buses in Stockholm
Maria Xylia, Sylvain Leduc, Piera Patrizio, Florian Kraxner, and Semida Silveira

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Measuring TOD around transit nodes - Towards TOD policy
Yamini Jain Singh, Azhari Lukman, Johannes Flacke, Mark Zuidgeest, and M. F.A.M. Van Maarseveen

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Rescheduling through stop-skipping in dense railway systems
Estelle Altazin, Stéphane Dauzère-Pérès, François Ramond, and Sabine Tréfond

*Updated as of 07/21/17.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.