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Submissions from 2021

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Understanding Young Commuters’ Mode Choice Decision to Use Private Car or Public Transport from an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior, Farhana Ahmed, John Catchpole, and Thiruni Edirisinghe

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Multi-city exploration of built environment and transit mode use: Comparison of Melbourne, Amsterdam and Boston, Laura Aston, Graham Currie, Md. Kamruzzaman, Alexa Delbosc, Ties Brands, Niels van Oort, and David Teller

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Evidence of a post-COVID change in travel behaviour – Self-reported expectations of commuting in Melbourne, Graham Currie, Taru Jain, and Laura Aston

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A streetcar to be desired? The development of a new approach to measure perception of place quality in the context of tram network modernisation, Matthew J. Diemer, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, Md. Kamruzzaman, and Ian Hopkins

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Mode shift to micromobility, M. Ensor, O. Maxwell, and O. Bruce

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Temporal distribution of sociodemographic characteristics at transit stops, Hamed Faroqi, Rolf Moeckel, and Mahmoud Mesbah

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Automated extraction of origin-destination demand for public transportation from smartcard data with pattern recognition, Homayoun Hamedmoghadam, Hai L. Vu, Mahdi Jalili, Meead Saberi, Lewi Stone, and Serge Hoogendoorn

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Consideration of different travel strategies and choice set sizes in transit path choice modelling, Mohammad Nurul Hassan, Taha Hossein Rashidi, and Neema Nassir

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Working from home and its implications for strategic transport modelling based on the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, David A. Hensher, Matthew J. Beck, and Edward Wei

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A novel origin destination based transit supply index: Exploiting the opportunities with big transit data, Etikaf Hussain, Ashish Bhaskar, and Edward Chung

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The life and death of residential dissonants in transit-oriented development: A discrete time survival analysis, Md. Kamruzzaman, Billie Giles-Corti, Jonas De Vos, Frank Witlox, Farjana Shatu, and Gavin Turrell

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Safe trip: Factors contributing to slip, trip and fall risk at train stations, Grégoire S. Larue, Vesna Popovic, Matthew Legge, Claire Brophy, and Ross Blackman

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Transport equity considerations of a ‘Trackless Tram-Entrepreneur Rail Model’, Iain Lawrie

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Urban mobility analytics: A deep spatial–temporal product neural network for traveler attributes inference, Can Li, Lei Bai, Wei Liu, Lina Yao, and S. Travis Waller

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A multi-task memory network with knowledge adaptation for multimodal demand forecasting, Can Li, Lei Bai, Wei Liu, Lina Yao, and S. Travis Waller

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Disentangling the behavioural side of the first and last mile problem: the role of modality style and the built environment, Ying Lu, Carlo G. Prato, and Jonathan Corcoran

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Quantifying service-reliability-based day-to-day evolution of travel choices in public transit systems with smart transit card data, Mingyou Ma, Wei Liu, Xinwei Li, Fangni Zhang, Sisi Jian, and Vinayak Dixit

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Infrastructure requirement for autonomous vehicle integration for future urban and suburban roads – Current practice and a case study of Melbourne, Australia, Hesavar Manivasakan, Riddhi Kalra, Steve O'Hern, Yihai Fang, Yinfei Xi, and Nan Zheng

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Residents’ choices and preferences regarding transit-oriented housing, Li Meng, Rita Yi Man Li, Michael A.P. Taylor, and Derek Scrafton

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A clustering method for measuring accessibility and equity in public transportation service: Case study of Melbourne, Seyed Sina Mohri, Seyedamirhossein Mortazavi, and Neema Nassir

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Data mining approach to model bus crash severity in Australia, Seyed Alireza Samerei, Kayvan Aghabayk, Amin Mohammadi, and Nirajan Shiwakoti

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A Comparison of Transit-Oriented Development in Sendai, Japan and Adelaide, Australia, Zhaohong Sun, Derek Scrafton, Andrew Allan, and Sekhar Somenahalli

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“Satisfaction lies in the effort”. Is Gandhi’s quote also true for satisfaction with commuting?, Veronique Van Acker, Loan Ho, and Corinne Mulley

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Equity of public transport costs before and after a fare policy reform: An empirical evaluation using smartcard data, Siqin Wang, Yan Liu, and Jonathan Corcoran

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Navigability assessment of large-scale redesigns in nine public transport networks: Open timetable data approach, Christoffer Weckström, Miloš N. Mladenović, Rainer Kujala, and Jari Saramäki

Submissions from 2020

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Battery electric bus infrastructure planning under demand uncertainty, Kun An

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Battery-swapping facility planning for electric buses with local charging systems, Kun An, Wentao Jing, and Inhi Kim

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Improving alighting stop inference accuracy in the trip chaining method using neural networks, Behrang Assemi, Azalden Alsger, Mahboobeh Moghaddam, Mark Hickman, and Mahmoud Mesbah

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Addressing transit mode location bias in built environment-transit mode use research, Laura Aston, Graham Currie, Md. Kamruzzaman, Alexa Delbosc, Nicholas Fournier, and David Teller

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Do preferences for BRT and LRT change as a voter, citizen, tax payer, or self-interested resident?, Camila Balbontin, David A. Hensher, Chinh Ho, and Corinne Mulley

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Slowly coming out of COVID-19 restrictions in Australia: Implications for working from home and commuting trips by car and public transport, Matthew J. Beck, David A. Hensher, and Edward Wei

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An entropy maximizing approach to the ferry network design problem, Michael G.H. Bell, Jing-Jing Pan, Collins Teye, Kam-Fung Cheung, and Supun Parera

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Comparison of System Characteristics of the Guangzhou Water Transit System with Its International Peers, Matthew I. Burke, Lizhu Dai, and Abraham Leung

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Extending public transit accessibility models to recognise transfer location, Jason Chai and Jinwoo (Brian) Lee

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Examining women's perception of safety during waiting times at public transport terminals, Subeh Chowdhury and Bert van Wee

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Valuing public transport customer experience infrastructure–A review of methods & application, Graham Currie and Nicholas Fournier

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Valuing Public Transport Customer Amenities: International Transit Agency Practice, Chris De Gruyter and Graham Currie

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How does the built environment affect transit use by train, tram and bus?, Chris De Gruyter, Tayebeh Saghapour, Liang Ma, and Jago Dodson

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Can high quality public transport support reduced car parking requirements for new residential apartments?, Chris De Gruyter, Long T. Truong, and Elizabeth J. Taylor

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Future local passenger transport system scenarios and implications for policy and practice, Marcus P. Enoch, R. Cross, N. Potter, C. Davidson, S. Taylor, R. Brown, H. Huang, J. Parsons, S. Tucker, E. Wynne, D. Grieg, G. Campbell, A. Jackson, and S. Potter

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Impact of bus rapid transit on residential property prices in Auckland, New Zealand, Olga Filippova and Mingyue Sheng

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Review of bus rapid transit and branded bus service network performance in Australia, David A. Hensher, Yale Z. Wong, and Loan Ho

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Public preferences for mobility as a service: Insights from stated preference surveys, Chinh Q. Ho, Corinne Mulley, and David A. Hensher

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Challenging policies that prohibit public transport use: Travelling with pets as a case study, Jennifer L. Kent, Corinne Mulley, and Nick Stevens

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Understanding Why Drivers Cross the Line at Activated Railway Crossings, Grégoire S. Larue and Anjum Naweed

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Assessing the Spatial Implications of Autonomous Vehicles as Feeders to Railway Stations in Suburban Melbourne, Iain Lawrie, John Stone, and Ian Woodcock

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Job growth, accessibility, and changing commuting burden of employment centres in Melbourne, Tiebei Li and Jago Dodson

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Measuring the inequality of accessible trams in Melbourne, Dinah Jane Lope and Anil Dolgun

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Transport industry adapting to change: An Australian case study, Christopher Lowe, Janet Stanley, and John Stanley

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Reflecting on How Social Impacts are Considered in Transport Infrastructure Project Planning: Looking beyond the Claimed Success of Sydney’s South West Rail Link, Lara K. Mottee, Jos Arts, Frank Vanclay, Fiona Miller, and Richard Howitt

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Resurgence of demand responsive transit services – Insights from BRIDJ trials in Inner West of Sydney, Australia, Supun Perera, Chinh Ho, and David Hensher

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Application of a Hurdle Model with Random Effects to Explore the Relationship between Operational Characteristics and Safety Performance, Jianrong Qiu, David B. Logan, Jennifer Oxley, and Christopher Lowe

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Assessment of transport equity to Central Business District (CBD) in Sydney, Australia, Zeyuan Qi, Samsung Lim, and Taha Hossein Rashidi

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Transport impacts on wellbeing and liveability, D. Rees, E. Masari, and S. Appleton-Dyer

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Calibrating a transit assignment model using smart card data in a large-scale multi-modal transit network, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Mark Hickman

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Quantifying the effects of childhood and previous residential experiences on the use of public transport, Veronique Van Acker, Loan Ho, Larissa Stevens, and Corinne Mulley

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Consumer preferences for Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) in Australia, Akshay Vij, Stacey Ryan, Spring Sampson, and Susan Harris

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Consumer preferences for on-demand transport in Australia, Akshay Vij, Stacey Ryan, Spring Sampson, and Susan Harris

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Value for money in procurement of urban bus services – Competitive tendering versus negotiated contracts: Recent New Zealand experience, Ian Wallis

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Equity in financing public transport infrastructure: Evaluating funding options, Barbara T.H. Yen, Corinne Mulley, and Min Zhang

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An investigation of the open-system Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network and property values: The case of Brisbane, Australia, Min Zhang, Barbara T.H. Yen, Corinne Mulley, and Neil Sipe

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How does an open system bus rapid transit (BRT) facilitate inter and intra-modal mobility? A visual analytic analysis of Brisbane, Australia, Min Zhang, Barbara T.H. Yen, Corinne Mulley, and Neil Sipe

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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Real-time schedule adjustments for autonomous public transport vehicles, Zhichao Cao, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, and Silin Zhang

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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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Exploring how perceptive differences impact the current public transport usage and support for future public transport extension and usage: A case study of Melbourne's tramline extension, Nirajan Shiwakoti, Peter Stasinopoulos, Paul Vincec, Weidong Qian, and Renan Hafsar

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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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Macroscopic road safety impacts of public transport: A case study of Melbourne, Australia, Long T. Truong and Graham Currie

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Impact of childhood experiences on public transport travel behaviour, Veronique Van Acker, Corinne Mulley, and Loan Ho

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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