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Submissions from 2017

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On joint railway and housing development: Housing-led versus railway-led schemes, Ka Fai Ng and Hong K. Lo

Submissions from 2016

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What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Public Transit, Highways, and Local Streets and Roads? Results from Year Seven of a National Survey, Asha Weinstein Agrawal and Hilary Nixon

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Strategic partnerships in local public transport, Andrei Dementiev

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

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Rising Costs of Transit and Baumol’s Cost Disease, Javier Morales Sarriera and Frederick P. Salvucci

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Tailoring empirical research on transit access premiums for planning applications, Tao Xu and Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2015

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Examining the Influence of Internal Service Characteristics on Social Benefits of Multimodal Transit, Michal A. Jaroszynski

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All-Door Boarding in San Francisco, California, Jason Lee and David Papas

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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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The effect of crowding on public transit user travel behavior in a large-scale public transportation system through modeling daily variations, Donghyung Yook and Kevin Heaslip

Submissions from 2014

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The revenue and environmental benefits of new off-peak commuter rail service: the case of the Pascack Valley line in New Jersey, Devajyoti Deka and Thomas Marchwinski

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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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Crowding-in or crowding out: An empirical analysis on the effect of subsidies on individual willingness-to-pay for public transportation, Florian Drevs, Dieter K. Tscheulin, Jörg Lindenmeier, and Simone Renner

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Special Assessment District's Ability to Fund Transit Lessons from Project-Level Analysis, Shishir Mathur

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Impact of weather on urban transit ridership, Abhishek Singhal, Camille Kamga, and Anil Yazici

Submissions from 2013

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A modified model to curb fare evasion and enforce compliance: Empirical evidence and implications, Benedetto Barabino, Sara Salis, and Bruno Useli

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A Tool for Assessing the Economic Impact of Spending on Public Transit, Xuihao Chu

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Mass Transit Project Financing - new and alternative approaches, Chris A. Hale

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Local Funding Options for Public Transportation, Todd Litman

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Land value capture to fund public transportation infrastructure: Examination of joint development projects' revenue yield and stability, Shishir Mathur and Adam Smith

Submissions from 2012

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Modeling isoexposure to transit users for market potential analysis, Antonio Páez, Martin Trépanier, and Catherine Morency

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Public Policy Objectives and Urban Transit Case of Passenger Ferries in the New York City Region, Pierre B. Vilain, Janet Cox, and Vicente Mantero

Submissions from 2010

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Making public transport financially sustainable, Ralph Buehler and John Pucher

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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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Using Standardized Revenue and Cost Norm Analyses to Reveal Subsidy Fraud in Contracted Public Transport Services, Finn Jorgensen and Terje Andreas Mathisen

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Evaluating transport user benefits and social surplus in a transport market—The case of the Norwegian ferries, Finn Jørgensen, Terje Andreas Mathisen, and Berner Larsen

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

Submissions from 2009

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Practical Measures to Increase Transit Advertising Revenues, Jane Alpers

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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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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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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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A revenue-neutral tax reform to increase demand for public transport services, Carlos Pestana Barros and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez

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Managing limited access highways for high performance: Costs, benefits, and revenues, Patrick DeCorla-Souza

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

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Impacts of transit benefits programs on transit agency ridership, revenues, and costs, Liisa Ecola and Michael Grant

Submissions from 2007

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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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ConnectOregon Program for Funding Multimodal Transportation Projects, Julie F. Rodwell, John L. Jackley, and Steven R. Kale

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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

Submissions from 2006

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Equity Effects of Congestion Pricing: Quantitative Methodology and a Case Study for Stockholm, Jonas Eliasson and Lars-Goran Mattsson

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Transportation Finance, Congestion, and Equity: Some Policy Perspectives, Adeel Z. Lari and Michael James Iacono

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Cheaper Gas and More Expensive Shoes: California's Transportation Finance Reform Proposal, Paul A. Sorensen

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Allocating Revenues to Public Transit Operators Under an Integrated Fare System, Dimitrios A. Tsamboulas and Constantinos Antoniou

Submissions from 2005

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Road-User Charging and the Modelling of Revenue Allocation, Seona Farrell and Wafaa Saleh

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Impact of Transit Fare Increase on Ridership and Revenue: Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York City, Robert L. Hickey

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Analyzing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefits Programs, ICF Consulting and Centre For Urban Transportation Research

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Customers' Reactions to the Introduction of High-Speed Rail Service: Korean Train Express, Sunduck Daniel Suh and Keun-Yul Yang

Submissions from 2004

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Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects, Robert Cervero, S. Murphy, C. Ferrell, N Goguts, Y-H Tsai, G. B. Arrington, J Boroski, J Smith-Heimer, R Golem, P Peninger, E Nakajima, E Chui, R Dunphy, M Myers, and S McKay

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ROLE OF HYPOTHECATION IN FINANCING TRANSIT: LESSONS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM, Marcus Enoch, Stephen Potter, Stephen Ison, and Ian Humphreys

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DEMAND AND REVENUE IMPLICATIONS OF AN INTEGRATED PUBLIC TRANSPORT POLICY : THE CASE OF MADRID., Anna Matas

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Impacts of transfer fares on transit ridership and revenue, Victoria Perk, Joel Volinski, and Nilgun Kamp

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Evaluation of shared use park and ride impact on properties, F Wambalaba and J Goodwill

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BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT'S SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT STATION: ASSESSMENT OF TRANSIT PATRONAGE AND REVENUE FORECASTS, R West and P Herhold

Submissions from 2003

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EVALUATION OF TOLL OPTIONS WITH QUICK-RESPONSE ANALYSIS TOOLS: CASE STUDY OF THE CAPITAL BELTWAY, Patrick DeCorla-Souza

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Lessons learned in transit efficiencies, revenue generation, and cost reductions - Second Edition, Joel Volinski

Submissions from 2002

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MACRO-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RELATED TO AREAWIDE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC CONGESTION, E Hahn, A Chatterjee, and M S. Younger

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SCHEDULING RAILWAY FREIGHT DELIVERY APPOINTMENTS USING A BID PRICE APPROACH, E R. Kraft

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BUYING INTO AMTRAK: ONE WAY TO FIT AMERICAN RAILROADS INTO GOVERNMENT'S TRANSPORTATION SPENDING, A Perl

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ROAD USER CHARGING AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: IDENTIFYING THE PROCESSES OF ECONOMIC CHANGE, T WHITEHEAD

Submissions from 2001

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OVERCOMING PUBLIC AVERSION TO CONGESTION PRICING, W Harrington, A J. Krupnick, and A Alberini

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THE IMPACT OF FUEL TAXES ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT--AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT FOR GERMANY, K-H Storchmann

Submissions from 2000

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EXPENSE PREFERENCE BEHAVIOR IN PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEMS, K Obeng

Submissions from 1999

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METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY FARE ELASTICITY MODEL, A E. Harris, R THOMAS, and D Boyle

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SAN DIEGO'S INTERSTATE 15 HIGH-OCCUPANCY/TOLL LANE FACILITY USING VALUE PRICING, L Hultgren and K KAWADA

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MARKETING AND FARE NEXUS APPLIED IN SAN DIEGO, E P. Hurwitz and J S. Williamson

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A MODEL TO MINIMIZE NONREVENUE COSTS IN BUS TRANSIT OPERATIONS, C Nuworsoo

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MODEL TO MINIMIZE NONREVENUE COSTS IN BUS TRANSIT OPERATIONS, C Nuworsoo

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DO NORTH AMERICAN RAILROADS UNDERSTAND THEIR COSTS? IMPLICATIONS FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING, Randolph R. Resor and Gregory L. Thompson

Submissions from 1998

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Multipurpose Transit Payment Media, D. Fleishman, C. Schweiger, D. Lott, and G. Pierlott

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ECONOMIC IMPACT OF EXISTING AND NEW COMMUTER RAIL SERVICE ON RETAIL AND RECREATIONAL SPENDING IN THE VICINITY OF STATION AREAS, T Marchwinski

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RURAL TRANSIT SERVICES: A LOCAL ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT ANALYSIS, Zhong-Ren Peng and Arthur C. Nelson

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ISSUES IN FARE POLICY: CASE OF THE NEW YORK TAXI INDUSTRY, B SCHALLER

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Transit Advertising Revenue: Traditional and New Sources and Structures, B. R. Silverberg

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MARYLAND MASS TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION FARE SIMPLIFICATION: EFFECTS ON RIDERSHIP AND REVENUE, SRH Taylor and D W. Carter

Submissions from 1989

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SAN DIEGO VOTES YES FOR TRANSPORTATION, W C. Lorenz

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THE ANALYSIS OF BUS COSTS AND REVENUES BY TIME PERIOD II. METHODOLOGY REVIEW, I Savage

Submissions from 1988

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THE ANALYSIS OF BUS COSTS AND REVENUES BY TIME PERIOD I. LITERATURE REVIEW, I Savage