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Submissions from 2020

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Existence, relatedness and growth needs as mediators between mode choice and travel satisfaction: evidence from Denmark, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Sigal Kaplan, João de Abreu e Silva, Floridea di Ciommo, Yoram Shiftan, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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On the modeling of passenger mobility for stochastic bi-modal urban corridors, Igor Dakic, Lukas Ambühl, Oliver Schümperlin, and Monica Menendez

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Factors affecting the travel mode choice of the urban elderly in healthcare activity: comparison between core area and suburban area, Mingyang Du, Lin Cheng, Xuefeng Li, and Jingzing Yang

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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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Sustainable urban futures from transportation and planning to networked urban mobilities, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen

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Trial-and-error operation schemes for bimodal transport systems, Ren-Yong Guo, W. Y. Szeto, and Jiancheng Long

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Winners and losers from road pricing with heterogeneous travelers and a mixed-traffic bus alternative, Lewis J. Lehe

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The two-mode problem with bottleneck queuing and transit crowding: How should congestion be priced using tolls and fares?, Zhi-Chun Li and Liping Zhang

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User characteristics influencing use of a bicycle-sharing system integrated into an intermodal transport network in Spain, Sebastian Molinillo, Miguel Ruiz-Montañez, and Francisco Liébana-Cabanillas

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A competitive system with transit and highway: Revisiting the political feasibility of road pricing, Tao Ren and Hai-Jun Huang

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Transport equity as relative accessibility in a megacity: Beijing, Zhe Sun and John Zacharias

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Assessing the social costs of urban transport infrastructure options in low and middle income countries, Tam Vu and John Preston

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A hybrid management scheme with parking pricing and parking permit for a many-to-one park and ride network, Jing Wang, Hua Wang, and Xiaoning Zhang

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Responsive bus dispatching strategy in a multi-modal and multi-directional transportation system: A doubly dynamical approach, Fangni Zhang and Wei Liu

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Multimodal subsidy design for network capacity flexibility optimization, Yu Zheng, Xiaoning Zhang, and Zhe Liang

Submissions from 2019

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Investigating commute satisfaction differences of private car users and public transport users in a developing country context, Zahwa Al-Ayyash and Maya Abou-Zeid

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Environmental impacts of commuting modes in Lisbon: A life-cycle assessment addressing particulate matter impacts on health, Loana Bastos, Pedro Marques, Stuart A. Batterman, and Fausto Freire

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A spatially-explicit method for analyzing the equity of transit commuters' accessibility, Eran Ben-Elia and Itzhak Benenson

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Accessibility across transport modes and residential developments in Nairobi, Kayleigh B. Campbell, James A. Rising, Jacqueline M. Klopp, and Jacinta Mwikali Mbilo

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Design of a Dual-Modal Signal Progression Model for Urban Arterials Accommodating Heavy Transit and Passenger Car Flows, Yao Cheng, Hyeonmi Kim, and Gang-Len Chang

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How does the station-area built environment influence Metrorail ridership? Using gradient boosting decision trees to identify non-linear thresholds, Chuan Ding, Xinyu Cao, and Chao Liu

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Traverses, delays and fatalities at railway level crossings in Great Britain, Andrew W. Evans and Peter Hughes

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Evaluation of Bus-Bicycle and Bus/Right-Turn Traffic Delays and Conflicts, Katherine L. Keeling, Travis B. Glick, Miles Crumley, and Miguel A. Figliozzi

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Impacts of symbolic value and passenger satisfaction on bus use, Jinpei Li, Liqun Xu, Di Yao, and Yanwu Mao

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Analysis of Public Transportation Competitiveness Based on Potential Passenger Travel Intentions: Case Study in Shanghai, China, Linbo Li, Mengfei Cao, Yufang Bai, and Ziqi Song

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Modeling the Effect of New Commuter Bus Service on Demand and Impact on Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Application to Greater Boston, Christopher Lyman, Nicholas Campbell, Eric J. Gonzales, and Eleni Christofa

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How do activities conducted while commuting influence mode choice? Using revealed preference models to inform public transportation advantage and autonomous vehicle scenarios, Aliaksandr Malokin, Giovanni Circella, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian

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Estimating the long-run metro demand elasticities for Lisbon: A time-varying approach, Patricia C. Melo, Nuno Sobreira, and Pedro Goulart

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Road infrastructure and public bus transport service provision under different funding schemes: A simulation analysis, Nicolás Pavón and Luis Ignacio Rizzi

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A general formulation for multi-modal dynamic traffic assignment considering multi-class vehicles, public transit and parking, Xidong Pi, Wei Ma, and Zhen (Sean) Qian

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Development of a neighborhood commute mode share model using nationally-available data, Robert J. Schneider, Limgqian Hu, and Joseph Stefanich

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

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Free-floating carsharing and extemporaneous public transit substitution, Justin Tyndall

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Exploring transport perceptions across urban areas using free associations, Dennis van Soest, Miles R. Tight, and Christopher D.F. Rogers

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The sensitivity of rail demand to variations in motoring costs: Findings from a comparison of methods, Mark Wardman, Andrew Hatfield, Jeremy Shires, and Mahmoud Ishtaiwi

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Estimating the impacts of transit signal priority on intersection operations: A moving bottleneck approach, Kan Wu and S. Ilgin Guler

Submissions from 2018

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Rails-Next-to-Trails: A Methodology for Selecting Appropriate Safety Treatments at Complex Multimodal Intersections, Anna Bovbjerg Alligood, Manali Sheth, Anne Goodchild, Edward McCormack, and Polina Butrina

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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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The Joint Effects of Income, Vehicle Technology, and Rail Transit Access on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Marlon G. Boarnet, Raphael W. Bostic, Andrew Eisenlohr, Seva Rodnyansky, Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei, and Huê-Tâm Webb Jamme

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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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Can Public Transportation Compete with Automated and Connected Cars?, Ralph Buehler

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Examining the effect of the Hiawatha LRT on auto use in the Twin Cities, Xinyu Jason Cao

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Lies, Damned Lies, AVs, Shared Mobility, and Urban Transit Futures, Graham Currie

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

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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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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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A comparison of bus passengers’ and car drivers’ valuation of casualty risk reductions in their routes, Stefan Flügel, Knut Veisten, Luis I. Rizzi, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, and Rune Elvik

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Will commute drivers switch to park-and-ride under the influence of multimodal traveler information? A stated preference investigation, Hongcheng Gan and Xin Ye

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Introducing a Design Framework for a Multi-Modal Public Transportation System, Focusing on Mixed-Fleet Bike-Sharing Systems, Mehrnaz Ghamami and MohammadHossein (Sam) Shojaei

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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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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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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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Can metro transit reduce driving? Evidence from Xi'an, China, Xiaoyan Huang, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Jiangbin Yin, and Xiaoshu Cao

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The determinants of travel demand between rail stations: A direct transit demand model using multilevel analysis for the Washington D.C. Metrorail system, Hiroyuki Iseki, Chao Liu, and Gerrit Knaap

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Environmental Effect of Bus Priority Measures Applied on a Road Network in Santiago, Chile, Xenia Karekla, Rodrigo Fernandez, and Nick Tyler

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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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Without a ride in car country – A comparison of carless households in Germany and California, Kathrin Kühne, Suman K. Mitra, and Jean-Daniel M. Saphores

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Investigating behavioral differences in the choice of distinct Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) modes for work trips in Chennai city, Parthan Kunhikrishnan and Karthik K. Srinivasan

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Trip characteristics as the determinants of intention to shift to rail transport among private motor vehicle users in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Soo Chen Kwan, Rosnah Sutan, and Jamal Hisham Hashim

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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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Selective psychological effects of nudging, gamification and rational information in converting commuters from cars to buses: A controlled field experiment, Andreas Lieberoth, Niels Holm Jensen, and Thomas Bredahl

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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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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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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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The impacts of built environment characteristics of rail station areas on household travel behavior, Keunhyun Park, Reid Ewing, Brenda C. Scheer, and Guang Tian

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The conditional effects of social influence in transportation mode choice, Susan Pike and Mark Lubell

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Remembrance of Cars and Buses Past: How Prior Life Experiences Influence Travel, Michael J. Smart and Nicholas J. Klein

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The Relation between Train Access Mode Attributes and Travelers’ Transport Mode-Choice Decisions in the Context of Medium- and Long-Distance Trips in the Netherlands, Peter van der Waerden and Jaap van der Waerden

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Does the Future of Mobility Depend on Public Transportation?, Kari Watkins

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Evaluation of exclusive bus lanes in a tri-modal road network incorporating carpooling behavior, Jia Yao, Zhanhong Cheng, Feng Shi, Shi An, and Jian Wang

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Low-carbon futures for Shenzhen’s urban passenger transport: A human-based approach, Shengyuan Zhang and Jimin Zhao

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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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Perspectives of travel strategies in light of the new metro and bus networks in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia, Omar Alotaibi and Dimitris Potoglou

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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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Vienna's path to sustainable transport, Ralph Buehler, John Pucher, and Alan Altshuler

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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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How can public transit get people out of their cars? An analysis of transit mode choice for commute trips in Los Angeles, Sandip Chakrabarti

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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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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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Would the replacement of park-and-ride facilities with transit-oriented development reduce vehicle kilometers traveled in an auto-oriented US region?, Michael Duncan

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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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Agent-based simulation framework for mixed traffic of cars, pedestrians and trams, Hideki Fujii, Hideaki Uchida, and Shinobu Yoshimura

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Testing for inertia effect when a new tram is implemented, Rosa Marina González, Ángel Simón Marrero, and Elisabetta Cherchi

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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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Mode-valued differences of in-vehicle travel time Savings, C. Angelo Guevara

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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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Future bus transport contracts under a mobility as a service (MaaS) regime in the digital age: Are they likely to change?, David A. Hensher

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What cognitive mechanisms predict travel mode choice? A systematic review with meta-analysis, Christin Hoffmann, Charles Abraham, Mathew P. White, Susan Ball, and Stephen M. Skippon

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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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A Nash equilibrium formulation of a tradable credits scheme for incentivizing transport choices: From next-generation public transport mode choice to HOT lanes, Salem Lahlou and Laura Wynter

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Relationship between transit modal split and intra-city trip ratio by car for compact city planning of municipalities in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, Seungil Lee, Youngsoo An, and Kijung Kim

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A new insight on the risky behavior of motorists at railway level crossings: An observational field study, Ci Liang, Mohamed Ghazel, Olivier Cazier, and El-Miloudi El-Koursi

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Accessibility measures for robustness of the transport system, Feixiong Liao and Bert van Wee

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Variations in mode-specific valuations of travel time reliability and in-vehicle crowding: Implications for demand estimation, Hao Li, Kun Gao, and Huizhao Tu

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Exploring car ownership and car use in neighborhoods near metro stations in Beijing: Does the neighborhood built environment matter?, Shengxiao Li and Zhao Pengjun