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Submissions from 2017

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Travel satisfaction with public transport: Determinants, user classes, regional disparities and their evolution, Roberto F. Abenoza, Oded Cats, and Yusak O. Susilo

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On time and ready to go: An analysis of commuters’ punctuality and energy levels at work or school, Charis Loong, Dea van Lierop, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Using survival models to estimate bus travel times and associated uncertainties, Zhengyao Yu, Jonathan S. Wood, and Vikash V. Gayah

Submissions from 2016

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Estimation of Origin and Destination Information from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Sensing for Transit, Matthew Dunlap, Zhibin Li, Kristian Henrickson, and Yinhai Wang

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Public transport promotion policy on campus: evidence from Suranaree University in Thailand, Sajjakaj Jomnonkwao, Onanong Sangphong, Buratin Khampirat, Siradol Siridhara, and Vatanavongs Ratanavaraha

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Public Transport Crowding Valuation: Evidence from College Students in Guangzhou, Jianrong Liu and Huiying Wen

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Proactive sustainable university transportation: Marginal effects, intrinsic values, and university students' mode choice, Jiangping Zhou

Submissions from 2015

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Effect of Real-Time Passenger Information Systems on Perceptions of Transit’s Favorable Environmental and Traffic Reduction Roles, Mark R. McCord, Rabi G. Mishalani, and Mahsa Ettefagh

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Influences of Neighborhood Characteristics and Personal Attitudes on University Commuters’ Public Transit Use, Mi Namgung and Gulsah Akar

Submissions from 2014

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Persuasive communication aimed at public transportation-oriented residential choice and the promotion of public transport, Ayako Taniguchi, Satoshi Fujii, Tomohide Azami, and Haruo Ishida

Submissions from 2013

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Network-based spatial interpolation of commuting trajectories: application of a university commuting management project in Kyoto, Japan, Kazumasa Hanaoka, Tomoki Nakaya, Keiji Yano, and Shigeru Inoue

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Effortless Passenger Identification System, Del Peterson

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Measuring the impact of unfamiliar transit travel using a university access survey, Lorelei Schmitt, Graham Currie, and Alexa Delbosc

Submissions from 2012

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The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Travel mode choice and transit route choice behavior in Montreal: insights from McGill University members commute patterns, Naveen Eluru, Vincent Chakour, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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The university workers’ willingness to pay for commuting, Giovanni Russo, Jos van Ommeren, and Piet Rietveld

Submissions from 2011

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On the Asymmetric User Perception of Transit Service Quality, Cinzia Cirillo, Laura Eboli, and Gabriella Mazzulla

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The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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University Traveler Value of Potential Real-Time Transit Information, Ryan N. Fries, Anne E. Dunning, and Mashrur A. Chowdhury