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Submissions from 2013

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Modeling Optimal Fare and Service Provisions for a Crowded Rail Transit Line, Feifei Qin and Haicheng Jia

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A behavioural comparison of route choice on metro networks: Time, transfers, crowding, topology and socio-demographics, Sebastián Raveau, Zhan Guo, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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Bus dwell time: the effect of different fare collection systems, bus floor level and age of passengers, Alejandro Tirachini

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Crowding in public transport systems: Effects on users, operation and implications for the estimation of demand, Alejandro Tirachini, David A. Hensher, and John M. Rose

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Dynamic User Equilibrium in Public Transport Networks with Passenger Congestion and Hyperpaths, Valentina Trozzi, Guido Gentile, Michael Bell, and Ioannis Kaparias

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A dynamic route choice model for public transport networks with boarding queues, Valentina Trozzi, Ioannis Kaparias, Michael G. Bell, and Guido Gentile

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Crowdedness Classification Method for Island Platform in Metro Station, Jiaorong Wu and Shan Ma

Submissions from 2012

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Measurement of Travel Fatigue Objective Monitoring and Subjective Estimation, Jian An, Nobuhiro Uno, Xiao-Guang Yang, Hao-De Liu, and Yasuhiro Shiomi

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Valuing of attributes influencing the attractiveness of suburban train service in Mumbai city: A stated preference approach, Debasis Basu and John Douglas Hunt

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Passenger Transmission and Productiveness of Transit Lines with High Loads, Jonathan Bunker

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The Impact of Bus Door Crowding on Operations and Safety, Donald Katz and Laurie A. Garrow

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A Stochastic Model of Passenger Generalized Time Along a Transit Line, Fabien Leurent, Vincent Benezech, and François Combes

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Assessing the Impact of Travel Path Choice on London's Rail Network Using an Automatic Fare Collection System, Adrian McMullan and Arnab Majumdar

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Measuring rail passenger crowding: Scale development and psychometric properties, Nor Diana Mohd Mahudin, Tom Cox, and Amanda Griffiths

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Cost Functions for Strategies in Schedule-Based Transit Networks with Limited Vehicle Capacities, Normen Rochau, Klaus Nökel, and Michael G.H. Bell

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Pareto efficient strategies for regulating public transit operations, Qiong Tian, Hai Yang, and Hai-Jun Huang

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Incorporating crowding into the San Francisco activity-based travel model, Lisa Zorn, Elizabeth Sall, and Daniel Wu

Submissions from 2011

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Potential Impact of Gasoline Price Increases on U.S. Public Transportation Ridership, 2011 -2012, American Public Transportation Association

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An examination of three approaches to metro rolling stock design to ameliorate extended dwell times due to passenger growth and associated crowding., Selby Coxon, Karen Burns, Arthur de Bono, and Robbie Napper

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Design and impact of a scheme to spread peak rail demand using pre-peak free fares, Graham Currie

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Impact of Capacity, Crowding, and Vehicle Arrival Adherence on Public Transport Ridership: Los Angeles and Sydney Experience and Forecasting Approach, Bill Davidson, Peter Vovsha, Mohammad Abedini, Chausie Chu, and Rory Garland

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Strollers, Carts, and Other Large Items on Buses and Trains, Joey M. Goldman and Gail Murray

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Mind the map! The impact of transit maps on path choice in public transit, Zhan Guo

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Schedule-based transit assignment model with vehicle capacity and seat availability, Younes Hamdouch, H. W. Ho, Agachai Sumalee, and Guodong Wang

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Identifying commuter preferences for existing modes and a proposed Metro in Sydney, Australia with special reference to crowding, David A. Hensher, John M. Rose, and Andrew T. Collins

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I can sit but I’d rather stand: Commuter’s experience of crowdedness and fellow passenger behaviour in carriages on Australian metropolitan trains, Lily Hirsch and Kirrilly Thompson

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ClicSim - real time simulation of passenger crowding on trains and at stations, Naomi Langdon and Craig McPherson

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Crowding and public transport: A review of willingness to pay evidence and its relevance in project appraisal, Zheng Li and David A. Hensher

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Public transport crowding: the current state of forecasting techniques in the UK and Australia, Hermann Maier, Daniel Brown, and Craig McPherson

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The underestimated demand for public transport?, Bård Norheim and Alberte Ruud

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A schedule-based assignment model with explicit capacity constraints for congested transit networks, Agostino Nuzzolo, Umberto Crisalli, and Luca Rosati

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Mobile Transit Information from Universal Design and Crowdsourcing, Aaron Steinfeld, John Zimmerman, Anthony Tomasic, Daisy Yoo, and Rafae Dar Aziz

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Bus dwell time: the effect of different fare collection systems, bus floor level and age of passengers, Alejandro Tirachini

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Twenty Years of Rail Crowding Valuation Studies: Evidence and Lessons from British Experience, Mark Wardman and Gerard Whelan

Submissions from 2010

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Peak Hour Passenger Train Crowding Levels in Sydney and Their Implications for Urban Consolidation, Tim Brooker

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Exploring passenger anxiety associated with train travel, Yung-Hsiang Cheng

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Rail Patronage Management - effectiveness in practice, and new theoretical frames, Chris A. Hale and Philip Charles

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Practice Reviews in Peak Period Rail Demand Management: Munich & Washington DC, Chris A. Hale and Philip Charles

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A review of policy and economic instruments for peak demand management in commuter rail, Liesel Henn, George Karpouzis, and Keith Sloan

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Comparative analysis of transit assignment: evidence from urban railway system in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Hironori Kato, Yuichiro Kaneko, and Masashi Inoue

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Levels of Overcrowding in Bus System of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Donald Katz and Md. Mizanur Rahman

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Frequency-based transit assignment considering seat capacities, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Achille Fonzone, Hiroshi Shimamoto, Fumitaka Kurauchi, and Michael G.H. Bell

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Comparing operator and users costs of light rail, heavy rail and bus rapid transit over a radial public transport network, Alejandro Tirachini, David A. Hensher, and Sergio R. Jara-Diaz

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Opportunities for managing peak train travel demand: a Melbourne pilot study, Melissa Webb, Simon Gaymer, and Peter Stuchbery

Submissions from 2009

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Exploring the impact of the "Free Before 7" campaign on reducing overcrowding on Melbourne's trains, Graham Currie

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Managing peak demand for passenger rail: A literature review, Chris Hale and Phil Charles

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Practice reviews in peak period rail network managment: Sydney and San Francisco Bay Area, Chris Hale and Phil Charles

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Passenger Choice Models for Analysis of Impacts of Real-Time Bus Information on Crowdedness, Joon-Ki Kim, Backjin Lee, and Sungho Oh

Submissions from 2007

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Assessing Passenger Comfort and Capacity Bottlenecks in Dutch Train Stations, Serge P. Hoogendoorn, Winnie Daamen, Arwina de Boer, and Ilka Vaatstra

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Equilibrium Properties of the Morning Peak-Period Commuting in a Many-to-One Mass Transit System, Qiong Tian, Hai-Jun Huang, and Hai Yang

Submissions from 2006

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Rail passenger crowding, stress, health and safety in Britain, Tom Cox, Jonathan Houdmont, and Amanda Griffiths

Submissions from 2000

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MOVING CROWDS IN CHICAGO: BASEBALL AND THE FOURTH OF JULY, S H. Abrams