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Submissions from 2018

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Immigration, Income, and Public Transit Perceptions: Findings from an Intercept Survey, Jesus M. Barajas, Asha Weinstein Agrawal, and Daniel G. Chatman

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Invest in the ride: A 14 year longitudinal analysis of the determinants of public transport ridership in 25 North American cities, Geneviève Boisjoly, Emily Grisé, Meadhbh Maguire, Marie-Pier Veillette, Robbin Deboosere, Emma Berrebi, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Do buses hinder cyclists or is it the other way around? Optimal bus fares, bus stops and cycling tolls, Maria Börjesson, Chau Man Fung, Stef Proost, and Zifei Yan

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Expanding the effect of metro station service coverage by incorporating a public bicycle sharing system, Yung-Hsiang Cheng and Yi-Chun Lin

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Inferring transportation modes from GPS trajectories using a convolutional neural network, Sina Dabiri and Kevin Heaslip

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Do people travel with their preferred travel mode? Analysing the extent of travel mode dissonance and its effect on travel satisfaction, Jonas De Vos

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Understanding sustainable accessibility in urban planning: Themes of consensus, themes of tension, Ana Gil Solá, Bertil Vilhelmson, and Anders Larsson

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Investigating people’s preferences for car-free city centers: A discrete choice experiment, Amely Gundlach, Marius Ehrlinspiel, Svenja Kirsch, Alexander Koschker, and Julian Sagebiel

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Urban developments and daily travel distances: Fixed, random and hybrid effects models using a Dutch pseudo-panel over three decades, Dena Kasraian, Kees Maat, and Bert van Wee

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The changing influences on commuting mode choice in urban England under Peak Car: A discrete choice modelling approach, Anna K.M. Keyes and Douglas Crawford-Brown

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The impact of automated transit, pedestrian, and bicycling facilities on urban travel patterns, Jonathan Levine, Moira Zellner, María Arquero de Alarcón, Yoram Shiftan, and Dean Massey

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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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Multi-level urban form and commuting mode share in rail station areas across the United States; a seemingly unrelated regression approach, Arefeh Nasri and Lei Zhang

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Understanding the impacts of a public transit disruption on bicycle sharing mobility patterns: A case of Tube strike in London, Meead Saberi, Mehrnaz Ghamami, Yi Gu, Mohammad Hossein (Sam) Shojaei, and Elliot Fishman

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Analysing the trip and user characteristics of the combined bicycle and transit mode, Sanmay Shelat, Raymond Huisman, and Niels van Oort

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

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Determining transit service coverage by non-motorized accessibility to transit: Case study of applying GPS data in Cincinnati metropolitan area, Ting Zuo, Heng Wei, and Andrew Rohne

Submissions from 2017

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Improving Access to Transit through Crowdsourced Information, Sean J. Barbeau

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First/last mile transit access as an equity planning issue, Marlon G. Boarnet, Genevieve Giuliano, Yuting Huo, and Eun Jin Shin

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Understanding the effects of transit benefits on employees’ travel behavior: Evidence from the New York-New Jersey region, Paola Carolina Bueno, Juan Gomez, Jonathan R. Peters, and Jose Manuel Vassallo

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Sharing riders: How bikesharing impacts bus ridership in New York City, Kayleigh B. Campbell and Candace Brakewood

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The effect of BRT implementation and streetscape redesign on physical activity: A case study of Mexico City, Annie Chang, Luis Miranda-Moreno, Jason Cao, and Ben Welle

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Modelling the potential for cycling in access trips to bus, train and metro in Rio de Janeiro, Flavia de Souza, Lissy La Paix Puello, Mark Brussel, Romulo Orrico, and Martin van Maarseveen

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Watching the clock on the way to work? Analysing trends in commuting activities, modes and gender differences in commute times, using hazard-based duration modelling methods, Dilum Dissanayake

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Public transit, active travel, and the journey to school: a cross-nested logit analysis, Alireza Ermagun and David Levinson

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Home-end and activity-end preferences for access to and egress from train stations in the Copenhagen region, Katrín Halldórsdóttir, Otto Anker Nielsen, and Carlo Giacomo Prato

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Public bicycle as a feeder mode to rail transit in China: The role of gender, age, income, trip purpose, and bicycle theft experience, Yanjie Ji, Yingling Fan, Alireza Ermagun, Xuening Cao, Wei Wang, and Kirti Das

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Two dimensional accessibility analysis of metro stations in Xi’an, China, Linbo Li, Huan Ren, Shanshan Zhao, Zhengyu Duan, Yahua Zhang, and Anming Zhang

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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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Travel mode estimation for multi-modal journey planner, Heikki Mäenpää, Andrei Lobov, and Jose L. Martinez Lastra

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Improving Livability Using Green and Active Modes: A Traffic Stress Level Analysis of Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Access and Mobility, Maaza C. Mekuria, Bruce Appleyard, and Hilary Nixon

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Planning Approaches in Contracted Fixed-Route Bus Transit Service in the United States: Private Sector’s Role in the Planning Process and Its Influence on Performance Outcomes, Joel Mendez and Jeffrey R. Brown

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Effect of integration of bicyclists and pedestrians with transit in New Delhi, Sudatta Mohanty, Sugam Bansal, and Khushi Bairwa

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Exploring the social and spatial potential of an intermodal approach to transport planning, Lake Sagaris, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken, and Stefan Steiniger

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Choice of transport mode in emerging adulthood: Differences between secondary school students, studying young adults and working young adults and relations with gender, SES and living environment, Dorien Simons, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij, Peter Clarys, Bas de Geus, Corneel Vandelanotte, Jelle Van Cauwenberg, and Benedicte Deforche

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Can bicycle relieve overcrowded metro? Managing short-distance travel in Beijing, Guibo Sun and John Zacharias

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Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices: 2017, Jon Williams

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A comparison of car driving, public transport and cycling experiences in three European cities, Ruth Woods and Judith Masthoff

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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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The impact of a public bicycle-sharing system on urban public transport networks, Xu-Hua Yang, Zhi Cheng, Guang Chen, Lei Wang, Zhong-Yuan Ruan, and Yu-Jun Zheng

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Bicycle-metro integration in a growing city: The determinants of cycling as a transfer mode in metro station areas in Beijing, Pengjun Zhao and Shengxiao Li

Submissions from 2016

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Complete Streets Policies and Public Transit, Andrew Babb and Kari Edison Watkins

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Exploring Bicycle and Public Transit Use by Low-Income Latino Immigrants: A Mixed-Methods Study in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jesus M. Barajas, Daniel G. Chatman, and Asha Weinstein Agrawal

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An examination of recent trends in multimodal travel behavior among American motorists, Ralph Buehler and Andrea Hamre

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Commuting practices: New insights into modal shift from theories of social practice, Noel Cass and James Faulconbridge

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Changes to commute mode: The role of life events, spatial context and environmental attitude, Ben Clark, Kiron Chatterjee, and Steve Melia

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Empirical analysis and comparisons about time-allocation patterns across segments based on mode-specific preferences, Xuemei Fu and Zhicai Juan

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Impact of information intervention on travel mode choice of urban residents with different goal frames: A controlled trial in Xuzhou, China, Jichao Geng, Ruyin Long, and Hong Chen

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Planning for Bike Share Connectivity to Rail Transit, Greg P. Griffin and Ipek N. Sener

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Effects of metro transit on the ownership of mobility instruments in Xi’an, China, Xiaoyan Huang, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Jiangbin Yin, and Xiaoshu Cao

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Characterisation of and reflections on the synergy of bicycles and public transport, R. Kager, L. Bertolini, and M. Te Brömmelstroet

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Moving between mobility cultures: what affects the travel behavior of new residents?, Thomas Klinger and Martin Lanzendorf

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Bicycle-based transit-oriented development as an alternative to overcome the criticisms of the conventional transit-oriented development, Jaeyeong Lee, Keechoo Choi, and Yountaik Leem

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It’s a Matter of Time Assessment of Additional Time Budgeted for Commuting to McGill University Across Modes, Charis Loong and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Influence of Socio-Demography and Operating Streetscape on Last-Mile Mode Choice, M. Meng, P. P. Koh, and Y. D. Wong

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Evaluating how cycle-bus integration could contribute to “sustainable” transport, Lake Sagaris and Anvita Arora

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Long-term impact of network access to bike facilities and public transit stations on housing sales prices in Portland, Oregon, Timothy F. Welch, Steven R. Gehrke, and Fangru Wang

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Preferences of travellers for using automated vehicles as last mile public transport of multimodal train trips, Menno D. Yap, Gonçalo Correia, and Bart van Arem

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Shifting from Metro to Sustainable Surface Modes for Short-Distance Travel, John Zacharias and Xuwen Li

Submissions from 2015

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The multimodal majority? Driving, walking, cycling, and public transportation use among American adults, Ralph Buehler and Andrea Hamre

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How satisfying is the Scale for Travel Satisfaction?, Jonas De Vos, Tim Schwanen, Veronique Van Acker, and Frank Witlox

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Public Transit Catchment Areas The Curious Case of Cycle-Transit Users, Bradley J. Flamm and Charles R. Rivasplata

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Sustainable transportation infrastructure investments and mode share changes: A 20-year background of Boulder, Colorado, Alejandro Henao, Daniel Piatkowski, Kara S. Luckey, Krista Nordback, Wesley E. Marshall, and Kevin J. Krizek

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Bicycle Sharing and Public Transit: Does Capital Bikeshare Affect Metrorail Ridership in Washington, D.C.?, Ting Ma, Chao Liu, and Sevgi Erdoğan

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Are we there yet? Trip duration and mood during travel, Eric A. Morris and Erick Guerra

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Light Rail Transit Urban Insertion and Safety European Experience, Margarita Novales, Manuel Teixeira, and Laetitia Fontaine

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Stranding Cycling Transit Users on Los Angeles’ Orange Line Bus Rapid Transit, Craig T. Olwert, Jose Tchopourian, Vicente O. Arellano, and Mintesnot G. Woldeamanuel

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Are Park-and-Rides Saving the Environment or Just Saving Parking Costs? Case Study of Denver, Colorado, Light Rail System, Lisa C. Truong and Wesley E. Marshall

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Case Study of Transit–Bicycle Integration: Openbaar Vervoer-fiets (Public Transport–Bike) (OV-Fiets), Natalie Villwock-Witte and Lotte van Grol

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Evaluation of the Safe Routes to Transit Program in California, David Weinzimmer, Rebecca L. Sanders, Heidi Dittrich, and Jill F. Cooper

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Metro commuters’ satisfaction in multi-type access and egress transferring groups, Min Yang, Jingyao Zhao, Wei Wang, Zhiyuan Liu, and Zhibin Li

Submissions from 2014

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Symbiotic network design strategies in the presence of coexisting transportation networks, Joseph Y.J. Chow and Hamid R. Sayarshad

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Changes in access to public transportation for cycle–transit users in response to service reductions, Bradley J. Flamm, Kay M. Sutula, and Mahbubur R. Meenar

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Perceptions of Bicycle-Friendly Policy Impacts on Accessibility to Transit Services: The First and Last Mile Bridge, Bradley Flamm and Charles Rivasplata

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Missing Links How Social Paths Can Improve Pedestrian Accessibility to Light Rail, Patrick Gallagher, Wesley E. Marshall, and Carol Atkinson-Palombo

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Commuter Mode Choice and Free Car Parking, Public Transportation Benefits, Showers/Lockers, and Bike Parking at Work: Evidence from the Washington, DC Region, Andrea Hamre and Ralph Buehler

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Factors affecting public transportation, car, and motorcycle usage, Rong-Chang Jou and Tzu-Ying Chen

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Evaluating public transit modal shift dynamics in response to bikesharing: a tale of two U.S. cities, Elliot W. Martin and Susan A. Shaheen

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Transport priorities, risk perception and worry associated with mode use and preferences among Norwegian commuters, Trond Nordfjærn, Özlem Şimşekoğlu, Hans Brende Lind, Stig Halvard Jørgensen, and Torbjørn Rundmo

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Citizen participation for sustainable transport: the case of “Living City” in Santiago, Chile (1997–2012), Lake Sagaris

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Do All Roadway Users Want the Same Things? Results from Roadway Design Survey of San Francisco Bay Area Pedestrians, Drivers, Bicyclists, and Transit Users, Rebecca L. Sanders and Jill F. Cooper

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Exploring Synergy in Bicycle and Transit Use Empirical Evidence at Two Scales, Patrick A. Singleton and Kelly J. Clifton

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Using the built environment to oversample walk, transit, and bicycle travel, Orion Theodore Stewart and Anne Vernez Moudon

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The happy commuter: A comparison of commuter satisfaction across modes, Evelyne St-Louis, Kevin Manaugh, Dea van Lierop, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Do Residents of Smart Growth Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California, Travel "Smarter"?, Pengyu Zhu, Hongwei Dong, and Cifang Wu

Submissions from 2013

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Determinants of Bicycle-On-Bus Boardings: A Case Study of the Greater Cleveland RTA, Bradley J. Flamm

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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Assessment of Bicycle Service Areas around Transit Stations, Hartwig H. Hochmair

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Rescuing the captive [mode] user: an alternative approach to transport market segmentation, Cynthia Jacques, Kevin Manaugh, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Modelling the potential effect of shared bicycles on public transport travel times in Greater Helsinki: An open data approach, Sakari Jäppinen, Tuuli Toivonen, and Maria Salonen

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The Demand Analysis of Bike-and-ride in Rail Transit Stations based on Revealed and Stated Preference Survey, Chen Jingxu, Chen Xuewu, Wang Wei, and Feng Baol

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Pedestrian/Bicyclist Warning Devices and Signs at Highway-Rail and Pathway-Rail Grade Crossings, Paul Metataxatos and P. S. Sriraj

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Valuing active travel: Including the health benefits of sustainable transport in transportation appraisal frameworks, Corinne Mulley, Rob Tyson, Peter McCue, Chris Rissel, and Cameron Munro

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Factors influencing modal split of commuting journeys in medium-size European cities, Georgina Santos, Hannah Maoh, Dimitris Potoglou, and Thomas von Brunn

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Bicycle-Transit Integration in the United States, 2001–2009, Rui Wang and Chen Liu

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Mode Shift Behavior Impacts from the Introduction of Metro Service: Case Study of Xi’an, China, Yuanqing Wang, Lei Li, Zhicheng Wang, Ting Lv, and Li Wang

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Improving the cost-benefit analysis of integrated PT, walking and cycling, M. Wedderburn and Colin Buchanan

Submissions from 2012

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Select Bus Service on M15 in New York City Bus Rapid Transit Partnership, Eric B. Beaton, Joseph E. Barr, Joseph V. Chiarmonte, Theodore V. Orosz, Dominique Paukowits, and Aaron Sugiura

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Risk of crashing with a tram: Perceptions of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, Carole Castranier, Françoise Paran, and Patricia Delhomme

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Evaluating bicycle-transit users’ perceptions of intermodal inconvenience, Yung-Hsiang Cheng and Kuo-Chu Liu