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Submissions from 2002

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BUILT ENVIRONMENTS AND MODE CHOICE: TOWARD A NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK, Robert Cervero

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DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS OF HIGH-COVERAGE POINT-TO-POINT TRANSIT SYSTEM, Cristian E. Cortes and R Jayakrishnan

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CAR OWNERSHIP AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT PROVISION: A CASE STUDY OF HONG KONG, S CULLINANE

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BUS PATRONAGE IN GREAT BRITAIN: ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS, J Dargay and M HANLY

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WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES' TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL DEVELOPMENT AND FORECASTING ANALYSIS PROGRAMS: A 10-YEAR PERSPECTIVE, Y Dehghani, M K. Adury, M Bradley, and C K. Gihring

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MODEL-BASED LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING TOOL FOR NEW JERSEY, A J. DeJohn, R Miller, K B. Winslow, J J. Grenier, and D A. Cano

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A SIMULATION MODEL FOR EVALUATING ADVANCED DIAL-A-RIDE PARATRANSIT SYSTEMS, Liping Fu

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MACRO-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RELATED TO AREAWIDE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC CONGESTION, E Hahn, A Chatterjee, and M S. Younger

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The Use of Small Buses in Transit Service, B. Hemily and R. King

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Telecommunications and its future role in the public transportation arena, Sara J. Hendricks

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Fleet scheduling and dispatching for demand-responsive passenger services, Mark E.T. Horn

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MULTI-MODAL AND DEMAND-RESPONSIVE PASSENGER TRANSPORT SYSTEMS: A MODELLING FRAMEWORK WITH EMBEDDED CONTROL SYSTEMS, MET Horn

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URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING FOR AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT: CASE STUDY IN DELHI, INDIA, OF ROLE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC COSTS IN WELFARE MAXIMIZATION OF MOBILITY CHOICE, K Kokaz and P Rogers

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FERRY SERVICE MARKET ANALYSIS: NATIONAL PARKS OF NEW YORK HARBOR, M M. Laube and M G. Dyer

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Internet: investigating new technology's evolving role, nature and effects on transport, Glenn Lyons

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Determinants of travel demand—exploring the future of society and lifestyles in the UK, Glenn Lyons, Kiron Chatterjee, Mark Beecroft, and Greg Marsden

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TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY DECOMPOSITION, INPUT PRICE INEFFICIENCIES, AND PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEMS, K Obeng and R Sakano

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BRINGING FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT SERVICE TO SMALL CITIES AND TOWNS: POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF EXISTING DEMAND-RESPONSE BROKERAGES, L O'Connell, B Siria, and T Grossardt

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GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM-BASED REGIONAL TRANSIT FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION TOOL, R M. Pendyala, I Ubaka, and N Sivaneswaran

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DEVELOPMENT OF TIME-OF-DAY-BASED TRANSIT ACCESSIBILITY ANALYSIS TOOL, Steven E. Polzin, Ram M. Pendyala, and Sachin Navari

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Characteristics of Urban Travel Demand, A. Reno, R. Kuzmyak, and B. Douglas

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HEURISTIC POLICY ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL LAND USE, TRANSIT, AND TRAVEL PRICING SCENARIOS USING TWO URBAN MODELS, Caroline J. Rodier, Robert A. Johnston, and John E. Abraham

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TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING AND CONFORMITY DETERMINATION: ATLANTA REGIONAL COMMISSION CASE STUDY, G Rousseau and T Clymer

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ENCOURAGING KISS-AND-RIDE AT COMMUTER RAILROAD STATIONS, Joshua L. Schank

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CALIFORNIA'S ZERO-EMISSION VEHICLE MANDATE: LINKING CLEAN-FUEL CARS, CARSHARING, AND STATION CAR STRATEGIES, Susan A. Shaheen, John Wright, and Daniel Sperling

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LONG-TERM AVAILABILITY OF RAILROAD SERVICES FOR U.S. AGRICULTURE, K Vachal and John Bitzan

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ROAD USER CHARGING AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: IDENTIFYING THE PROCESSES OF ECONOMIC CHANGE, T WHITEHEAD

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MODELING COMPETITIVE TRANSIT AND ROAD TRAFFIC INFORMATION SERVICES WITH HETEROGENEOUS ENDOGENOUS DEMAND, Hai Yang and Xiaoning Zhang

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A SCHEDULING MODEL AND A SOLUTION ALGORITHM FOR INTER-CITY BUS CARRIERS, S Yan and H-L CHEN

Submissions from 2001

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INTEGRATING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH TRANSIT SURVEY METHODOLOGY, B Barua, J Boberg, S Hsiao, and X Zhang

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EQUILIBRIUM MODEL BASED ON A MICROFOUNDATION FOR FORECASTING DIAL-A-RIDE RIDERSHIP, Julian M. Benjamin and Ryoichi Sakano

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BUS TIMETABLES WITH EVEN PASSENGER LOADS AS OPPOSED TO EVEN HEADWAYS, Avishai Ceder

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EVALUATION OF FEEDER BUS SYSTEMS WITH PROBABILISTIC TIME-VARYING DEMANDS AND NONADDITIVE TIME COSTS, Steven I. Chien, L N. Spasovic, S S. Elefsiniotis, and R S. Chhonkar

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Update of FDOT State Park & Ride Lot Program Planning Manual: Chapters 3,4 and 6., Xuehao Chu, Laurel Land, and Ram Pendyala

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PARKING DEMAND AND RESPONSIVENESS TO SUPPLY, PRICING AND LOCATION IN THE SYDNEY CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, David A. Hensher and Jenny King

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EFFECT OF FREE PARKING ON COMMUTER MODE CHOICE: EVIDENCE FROM TRAVEL DIARY DATA, D B. Hess

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COMPARISONS FROM SACRAMENTO MODEL TEST BED, John Douglas Hunt, Robert Johnston, John E. Abraham, Caroline J. Rodier, Gordon R. Garry, Stephen H. Putman, and Tomas de la Barra

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USE OF FUZZY INFERENCE FOR MODELING PREDICTION OF TRANSIT RIDERSHIP AT INDIVIDUAL STOPS, S Kikuchi and D Miljkovic

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IMPLICATIONS OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT FOR TRAVEL DEMAND IN THE NETHERLANDS, K MAAT and J J. HARTS

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RAILROADS IN GREECE: HISTORY, CHARACTERISTICS, AND FORECASTS, J A. Paravantis and P D. Prevedouros

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FARE VARIABLE CONSTRUCTION AND RAIL TRANSIT RIDERSHIP ELASTICITIES: CASE STUDY OF THE WASHINGTON, D.C., METRORAIL SYSTEM, R A. Petitte

Submissions from 2000

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THE SUCCESS STORY OF SPANISH SUBURBAN RAILWAYS: DETERMINANTS OF DEMAND AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS, J Asensio

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EFFECTIVE TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT: COMBINING PARKING PRICING, TRANSIT INCENTIVES, AND TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT IN A COMMERCIAL DISTRICT OF PORTLAND, OREGON, M. J. Bianco

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Dynamic analysis and forecasting of public transport demand using a combination of demographic and econometric approaches, M Boulahbal and J-L Madre

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A MULTIOBJECTIVE MODEL FOR PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICES PLANNING: APPLICATION TO TAIWAN'S HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINE, Yeong-Hwa Chang, C-H Yeh, and C-C Shen

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DEVELOPMENT OF A TRANSIT NETWORK FROM A STREET MAP DATABASE WITH SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC SEGMENTATION, K Choi and W Jang

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ESTIMATING DEMAND FOR A CYCLE-WAY NETWORK, Juan DE DIOS ORTUZAR, Andres Iacobelli, and Claudio Valeze

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KEEPING PASSENGER SURVEYS UP TO DATE: A FUZZY APPROACH, M Friedrich, P Mott, and K Noekel

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OPTIMAL BUS STOP SPACING THROUGH DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING AND GEOGRAPHIC MODELING, Peter G. Furth and Adam B. Rahbee

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EFFECTIVE TRANSIT REQUIRES WALKABLE COMMUNITIES: LAND USE LESSONS OF TRANSPORT PATTERNS IN FOUR WORLD CITIES, C S. Konheim and B Ketcham

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OPTIMAL FARE STRUCTURE FOR TRANSIT NETWORKS WITH ELASTIC DEMAND, William H.K. Lam and Jing Zhou

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CAR SCHEDULING: WHAT'S THE POINT? (WITH DISCUSSION AND CLOSURE), A S. Lang, P O. Roberts, and J P. Sammon

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GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK: ASSESSMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES, M M. Laube and R W. Stout

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DEVELOPMENT OF SHORT-TERM OPERATIONAL PLANNING MODEL FOR TRANSIT SERVICE ANALYSIS, R M. Pendyala and I Ubaka

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EFFECTS OF ENHANCED FERRY SERVICE ON GOLDEN GATE CORRIDOR TRANSPORTATION: FROM DROMEDARY TO CAMEL: HOW MV DEL NORTE INVERTED THE FERRY RIDERSHIP CURVE, P Soumoy and T Sweeny

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ADJUSTING COMPUTER MODELING TOOLS TO CAPTURE EFFECTS OF SMART GROWTH: OR "POKING AT THE PROJECT LIKE A LAB RAT", G Walters, R Ewing, and W Schroeer

Submissions from 1999

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UNIQUE VOUCHER PROGRAMS TO INCREASE ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING, G Q. Allen, S G. Lipton, and B Brooke

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CHURCHMANS CROSSING INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT PROJECT: A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO TRANSPORTATION AND LAND USE SOLUTIONS, L J. Athey, E E. Abbott, and W K. Hellmann

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MUSIC PROJECT: URBAN TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR TRAFFIC DEMAND MANAGEMENT, R G. CLEGG and A J. Clune

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A REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS OF STEAM IN EVALUATING TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES, Patrick DeCorla-Souza

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I-66 CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--THE VIRGINIA EXPERIENCE, S S. Dey, J E. Curren, B B. Buergler, and V Pardo

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION USE ON THE RISE, Institute of Transportation Engineers

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TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, Institute of Transportation Engineers

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SYNERGISMS AMONG LAND USE, TRANSIT, AND TRAVEL PRICING POLICIES, Robert A. Johnston and Caroline J. Rodier

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SELF-REINFORCING MOTORIZATION: CAN TRAVEL DEMAND MANAGEMENT TAKE US OUT OF THE SOCIAL TRAP?, R Kitamura, T Nakayama, and T Yamamoto

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The demand for public transport trips in the city of Gavle, Sweden - a two stage aggregate, no-linear time-series model, C Nilsson and G Tegner

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DEVELOPING A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING MODEL FOR LAS VEGAS, P J. Shinbein

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BENEFIT SENSITIVITIES OF ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC CONTROL STRATEGIES AT ISOLATED TRAFFIC SIGNALS, J A. Stewart, K Lepik, and M Van Aerde

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ESTIMATING PATRONAGE FOR A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF HIGH-SPEED RAIL IN THAILAND, P R. Stopher, HMA Metcalf, C G. Wilmot, A J. Catalina, and C C. Schimpeler

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A STOCHASTIC TRANSIT ASSIGNMENT MODEL USING A DYNAMIC SCHEDULE-BASED NETWORK, C O. Tong and S C. Wong

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Guidelines for Enhancing Suburban Mobility Using Public Transportation, Transportation Research Board and Urbitran Associates, Incorporated

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UPGRADING TRAVEL-DEMAND FORECASTING CAPABILITIES, E WEINER and F Ducca

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ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR 2020 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN, D A. Zavattero, J A. WARD, and D F. Rice

Submissions from 1998

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INDIVIDUALIZED MARKETING: IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT, W Brog

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEMAND IN FREIBURG: WHY DID PATRONAGE DOUBLE IN A DECADE?., FELIX FITZROY and IAN SMITH

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DEMAND FORECASTING MODEL FOR PARK-AND-RIDE LOTS IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, Susan Hendricks and Maren Outwater

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USING STEAM FOR BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES, Institute of Transportation Engineers

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PASSENGER TRAIN DESIGN FOR INCREASED COMPETITIVENESS, K KOTTENHOFF

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COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF 58 TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURES, C Pansing, E N. Schreffler, and M A. Sillings

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METHOD OF OBTAINING CONSUMER WELFARE FROM REGIONAL TRAVEL DEMAND MODELS, Caroline J. Rodier and Robert A. Johnston

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EVALUATION OF ADVANCED TRANSIT ALTERNATIVES USING CONSUMER WELFARE, Caroline J. Rodier, Robert A. Johnston, and David R. Shabazian

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The global demand for motorized mobility, Andreas Schafer

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PLANNING AND DESIGN MODEL FOR TRANSIT ROUTE NETWORKS WITH COORDINATED OPERATIONS, M-C SHIH, H S. Mahmassani, and M H. Baaj

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Public transport demand analysis: a non-linear time-series model for Stockholm region, G Tegner, V Loncar-Lucassi, C Nilsson, and I Holmberg

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METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE AVERAGES VERSUS EVANS ALGORITHM: ITERATING A REGIONAL TRAVEL SIMULATION MODEL TO THE USER EQUILIBRIUM SOLUTION, W T. Walker, T F. Rossi, and N Islam

Submissions from 1997

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TRAVEL DEMAND AND THE 3DS: DENSITY, DIVERSITY, AND DESIGN, Robert Cervero and K Kockelman

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A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING THE MARKET POTENTIAL FOR HIGH SPEED RAIL: A CASE STUDY IN THE SYDNEY-CANBERRA CORRIDOR, David A. Hensher

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MULTIMODAL APPROACHES TO LAND USE PLANNING, P J. Shinbein

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THE DEMAND FOR CARS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, E A. VASCONCELLOS

Submissions from 1996

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Evaluation of Omnilink demand driven transit operations: flex-route services, R Farwell

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THE EFFECTS OF NEW HIGH-OCCUPANCY VEHICLE LANES ON TRAVEL AND EMISSIONS, R A. Johnston and R Ceerla

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A Handbook for Acquiring Demand-Responsive Transit Software, Roy E. Lave, Roger Teal, and Patrisha Piras

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOWNTOWN PARKING SUPPLY AND TRANSIT USE, J MORRALL and D Bolger

Submissions from 1995

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ESTIMATING PARKING ACCUMULATION DEMANDS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, J L. Gattis, W A. Nicewander, and L E. Toothaker

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THINKING SMALL: APPLYING ITS TECHNOLOGIES TO TDM, C K. Orski

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Workbook for Estimating Demand for Rural Passenger Transportation, SG Associates, Inc.; Leigh, Scott & Cleary, Inc.; and C.M. Research, Inc.

Submissions from 1994

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SENSITIVITY OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEMAND TO THE LEVEL OF TRANSPORT SERVICE IN FRENCH CITIES WITHOUT UNDERGROUND., M-H Massot

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THE DEMAND FOR TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND AUSTRALIA, E A. Selvanathan and S Selvanathan

Submissions from 1993

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MARKET RESEARCH EVALUATION OF ACTIONS TO REDUCE SUBURBAN TRAFFIC CONGESTION: COMMUTER TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND RESPONSE TO DEMAND REDUCTION ACTIONS, Frank S. Koppelman, Chandra R. Bhat, and Joseph L. Schofer

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EVALUATING EMPLOYER-BASED TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS, A Modarres