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Submissions from 2019

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Justice in public transport systems: A comparative study of Auckland, Brisbane, Perth and Vancouver, Saeid Nazari Adli, Subeh Chowdhury, and Yoram Shiftan

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The Need for Greater Transparency When Assessing the Performance and Prospects of Melbourne’s Rail Franchise Contracts, David Patrick Ashmore, John Stone, and Yvonne Kirk

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Autonomous shuttle bus service timetabling and vehicle scheduling using skip-stop tactic, Zhichao Cao and Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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Role of Gender in the Ridership of Public Transport Routes Involving Transfers, Subeh Chowdhury

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Millennials in cities: Comparing travel behaviour trends across six case study regions, Alexa Delbosc, Noreen McDonald, Gordon Stokes, Karen Lucas, Giovanni Circella, and Yongsung Lee

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An investigation of route-choice in integrated public transport networks by risk-averse users, Anthony Downward, Subeh Chowdhury, and Chapa Jayalath

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Organisation and performance of public transport: A systematic cross-case comparison of metropolitan areas in Europe, Australia, and Canada, Fabio Hirschhorn, Wijnand Veeneman, and Didier van de Velde

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Using walkability measures to identify train stations with the potential to become transit oriented developments located in walkable neighbourhoods, Dana Jeffrey, Claire Boulangé, Billie Giles-Corti, Simon Washington, and Lucy Gunn

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Evaluating the effects of public transport fare policy change together with built and non-built environment features on ridership: The case in South East Queensland, Australia, Yan Liu, Siqin Wang, and Bin Xie

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‘Transit Faithfuls’ or ‘Transit Leavers’? Understanding mobility trajectories of new parents, Laura McCarthy, Alexa Delbosc, Graham Currie, and Andrew Molloy

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A strategy-based recursive path choice model for public transit smart card data, Neema Nassir, Mark Hickman, and Zhen-Liang Ma

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Bus Arrival Time Modeling Based on Auckland Data, Prakash Ranjitkar, Li-Sian Tey, Enakshi Chakravorty, and Kirsten L. Hurley

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Learning to use transit services: adapting to unfamiliar transit travel, Lorelei Schmitt, Alexa Delbosc, and Graham Currie

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Aggregate road passenger travel demand in New Zealand: A seemingly unrelated regression approach, Mingyue Sheng and Basil Sharp

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Water transit and excess travel: discrete choice modelling of bus and ferry trips in Brisbane, Australia, Michael Tanko, Matthew I. Burke, and Barbara Yen

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Different Stories from Different Approaches in Evaluating Property Value Uplift: Evidence from the Gold Coast Light Rail System in Australia, Barbara T.H. Yen, Corinne Mulley, and Heather Shearer

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Ride-sharing service planning based on smartcard data: An exploratory study, Jiangping Zhou

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The equity and spatial implications of transit fare, Jiangping Zhou, Min Zhang, and Pengyu Zhu

Submissions from 2018

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Public transport trip purpose inference using smart card fare data, Azalden Alsger, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, Luis Ferreira, and Mark Hickman

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Public transport users' and policy makers' perceptions of integrated public transport systems, Subeh Chowdhury, Yuval Hadas, Vicente A. Gonzalez, and Bart Schot

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A fuzzy logic-genetic algorithm approach to modelling public transport users’ risk-taking behaviour, Subeh Chowdhury and Michael O’Sullivan

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American Complete Streets and Australian SmartRoads: What Can We Learn from Each Other?, Alexa Delbosc, James Reynolds, Wesley Marshall, and Andrew Wall

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Filling the space between trams and place: Adapting the ‘Movement & Place’ framework to Melbourne's tram network, Matthew J. Diemer, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and Ian Hopkins

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Competition and substitution between public transport modes, Nils Fearnley, Graham Currie, Stefan Flügel, Fredrik A. Gregersen, Marit Killi, Jeremy Toner, and Mark Wardman

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A disaggregate study of urban rail transit feeder transfer penalties including weather effects, Xiaolin Gong, Graham Currie, Zhiyuan Liu, and Xiucheng Guo

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Potential uptake and willingness-to-pay for Mobility as a Service (MaaS): A stated choice study, Chinh Q. Ho, David A. Hensher, Corinne Mulley, and Yale Z. Wong

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Large-scale transit market segmentation with spatial-behavioural features, Le Minh Kieu, Yuming Ou, and Chen Cai

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Managing rail infrastructure for a digital future: Future-proofing of asset information, Peter E.D. Love, Jingyang Zhou, Jane Matthews, Matthew Lavender, and Troy Morse

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Institutional arrangements for greater inter-modality between bicycles and buses: A Melbourne case study, Christopher Lowe and Robert Wright

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Follow-up and social impact assessment (SIA) in urban transport-infrastructure projects: insights from the parramatta rail link, Lara K. Mottee and Richard Howitt

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Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach, Corinne Mulley, Chinh Ho, Loan Ho, David Hensher, and John Rose

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Does residential property price benefit from light rail in Sydney?, Corinne Mulley, Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai, and Liang Ma

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A strategy-based recursive path choice model for public transit smart card data, Neema Nassir, Mark Hickman, and Zhen-Liang Ma

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“Tell them what they want to hear and get back to work”: Insights into the utility of current occupational health assessments from the perspectives of train drivers, Anjum Naweed, Janine Chapman, and Joshua Trigg

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Exploring road design factors influencing tram road safety – Melbourne tram driver focus groups, Farhana Naznin, Graham Currie, and David Logan

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Modelling the net traffic congestion impact of bus operations in Melbourne, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, Inhi Kim, and William Young

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Exploring the impact of public transport strikes on travel behavior and traffic congestion, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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How do public transport users adjust their travel behaviour if public transport ceases? A qualitative study, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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Transit user reactions to major service withdrawal – A behavioural study, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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Determining Effective Sample Size to Calibrate a Transit Assignment Model: A Bayesian Perspective, Mohadeseh Rahbar, Mark Hickman, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ahmad Tavassoli

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Developing a national measure for predictable public transport: bus, rail and ferry, S. Rashidi, L. Schmitt, P. Ranjitkar, T. Rabel, S. Sood, L. Baker, V. Ivory, and H. Rezaie

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Discrete-Time Hazard Model of the Dynamic Utilization of Parking Spaces within Park-and-Ride Lots, Bibhuti Sharma, Mark Hickman, and Carlo G. Prato

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Water Transit and Ferry-Oriented Development in Sweden: Comparisons with System Trends in Australia, Michael Tanko, Matthew I. Burke, and Harsha Cheemakurthy

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To travel or not to travel: ‘Weather’ is the question. Modelling the effect of local weather conditions on bus ridership, Sui Tao, Jonathan Corcoran, Francisco Rowe, and Mark Hickman

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Application of smart card data in validating a large-scale multi-modal transit assignment model, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Mark Hickman

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Modelling passenger waiting time using large-scale automatic fare collection data: An Australian case study, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ameneh Shobeirinejad

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Multi-level governance in public transport: Governmental layering and its influence on public transport service solutions, Wijnand Veeneman and Corinne Mulley

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Modeling the Influence of Weather on Transit Ridership: A Case Study from Brisbane, Australia, Ming Wei, Jonathan Corcoran, Thomas Sigler, and Yan Liu

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Analysing journey-to-work data using complex networks, Guohun Zhu, Jonathan Corcoran, Paul Shyy, Salvatore Flavio Pileggi, and Jane Hunter

Submissions from 2017

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Serious unintentional injury involving a railway train or tram, Australia, 2009–10 to 2013–14, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

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An empirical model for the psychology of deliberate and unintentional fare evasion, Graham Currie and Alexa Delbosc

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A life course perspective on the travel of Australian millennials, Alexa Delbosc and Hitomi Nakanishi

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Value of Rail: The contribution of rail in Australia, Deloitte Access Economics

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Modeling the interaction between buses, passengers and cars on a bus route using a multi-agent system, Stavri Dimitrov, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Subeh Chowdhury, and Mikaël Monot

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Electronic ticketing systems as a mechanism for travel behaviour change? Evidence from Sydney’s Opal card, Richard B. Ellison, Adrian B. Ellison, Stephen P. Greaves, and Breno Sampaio

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Harassment on public transport and its impacts on women’s travel behaviour, Natalie Gardner, Jianqiang Cui, and Eddo Coiacetto

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Effectiveness of Transit Oriented Development in Reducing Car Use: Case Study of Subiaco, Western Australia, Brittany Griffiths and Carey Curtis

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Urban agglomeration benefits from public transit improvements: Extending and implementing the Venables model, Tim Hazledine, Stuart Donovan, and Christine Mak

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Dense, mixed-use, walkable urban precinct to support sustainable transport or vice versa? A model for consideration from Perth, Western Australia, Cole Hendrigan and Peter Newman

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Assessing the value of public transport as a network, Robyn Hyde and Dave Smith

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Quantifying the economic and other benefits of enabling priority bus egress from bus stops, Robyn Hyde and Dave Smith

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Quantifying the economic and other benefits of enabling priority bus egress from bus stops, Robyn Hyde and Dave Smith

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An investigation of timed transfer coordination using event-based multi agent simulation, Le Minh Kieu, Ashish Bhaskar, Mario Cools, and Edward Chung

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Planning transport infrastructure: examining the politics of transport planning in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, Crystal Legacy, Carey Curtis, and Jan Scheurer

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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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Social marketing and the built environment: What matters for travel behaviour change?, Liang Ma, Corinne Mulley, and Wen Liu

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Quantile Regression Analysis of Transit Travel Time Reliability with Automatic Vehicle Location and Farecard Data, Zhenliang Ma, Sicong Zhu, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Luis Ferreira

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Is rail cleaner and greener than bus?, Corinne Mulley, David A. Hensher, and David Cosgrove

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Are Network Planning Guidelines Based on Equal Access Equitable?, Corinne Mulley, Liang Ma, Geoffrey Clifton, and Michael Tanner

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South Eastern Busway Network in Brisbane, Australia: Value of the Network Effect, Corinne Mulley, Breno Sampaio, and Liang Ma

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Impact of bus rapid transit on housing price and accessibility changes in Sydney: A repeat sales approach, Corinne Mulley and Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai

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Statistical Inference of Transit Passenger Boarding Strategies from Farecard Data, Neema Nassir, Mark Hickman, and Zhenliang Ma

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Key challenges in tram/streetcar driving from the tram driver’s perspective – A qualitative study, Farhana Naznin, Graham Currie, and David Logan

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Real-Time Public Transport Operations: Library of Control Strategies, Mahmood Mahmoodi Nesheli and Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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Public transport service-quality elements based on real-time operational tactics, Mahmood Mahmoodi Nesheli, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, and Robin Brissaud

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Environmental impacts of public transport systems using real-time control method, Mahmood Mahmoodi Nesheli, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Farzan Ghavamirad, and Scott Thacker

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Net Impacts of Streetcar Operations on Traffic Congestion in Melbourne, Australia, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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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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Financing infrastructure through user-pays development contributions: an assessment of Australian practice, Joshua Robinson and Chris De Gruyter

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The Future of Mobility, Tourism and Transport Forum

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Public attitudes toward encouraging sustainable transportation: An Australian case study, Ting Xia, Ying Zhang, Annette Braunack-Mayer, and Shona Crabb

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A Decade of Transit Oriented Development Policies in Brisbane, Australia: Development and Land-Use Impacts, Katie Yang and Dorina Pojani

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Monitoring transit-served areas with smartcard data: A Brisbane case study, Jiangping Zhou, Neil Sipe, Zhenliang Ma, Derlie Mateo-Babiano, and Sébastien Darchen

Submissions from 2016

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Validating and improving public transport origin–destination estimation algorithm using smart card fare data, Azalden Alsger, Behrang Assemi, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Luis Ferreira

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Does transit mode influence the transit-orientation of urban development? – An empirical study, Laura Aston, Graham Currie, and Katerina Pavkova

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International benchmarking of rail safety indicators, J. Brown

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The role of passenger-centric innovation in the future of public transport, Tiago Camacho, Marcus Foth, Andry Rakotonirainy, Markus Rittenbruch, and Jonathan Bunker

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Walking to public transit: Exploring variations by socioeconomic status, Jason Chai, Jinwoo (Brian) Lee, and M. Kamruzzaman

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Should Optimal Stop Spacing Vary by Land Use Type? New Methodology, Jingxu Chen, Graham Currie, Wei Wang, Zhiyuan Liu, and Zhibin Li

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Tool to Assess Regional Public Transport Plans for Integrated Systems, Subeh Chowdhury, Yuval Hadas, and Muhammad Patel

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The Effects of Access and Accessibility on Public Transport Users’ Attitudes, Subeh Chowdhury, Kasey Zhai, and Asif Khan

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A historical overview of enhanced bus services in Australian cities: What has been tried, what has worked?, Geoffrey T. Clifton and Corinne Mulley

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Deregulation, Franchising, Outsourcing, and Corporatisation in Local Public Transport: International experience, Graham Currie

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Exploring performance outcomes and regulatory contexts of Light Rail in Australia and the US, Graham Currie and Chris De Gruyter

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Evaluating Pay-on-Entry Versus Proof-of-Payment Ticketing in Light Rail Transit, Graham Currie and James Reynolds

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Cluster analysis of fare evasion behaviours in Melbourne, Australia, Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie

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Four types of fare evasion: A qualitative study from Melbourne, Australia, Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie

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Social Transit as Mass Transit in Australian Suburban Greenfield Development, Alexa Delbosc, Graham Currie, Larissa Nicholls, and Cecily Maller

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Pricing strategies for public transport, Neil Douglas

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Incremental Urban Intensification: Transit-oriented Re-development of Small-lot Corridors, Kim Dovey, Lucinda Pike, and Ian Woodcock