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Submissions from 2022

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Are commuter train timetables consistent with passengers’ valuations of waiting times and in-vehicle crowding?, Abderrahman Ait Ali, Jonas Eliasson, and Jennifer Warg

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Electric buses in England and Sweden – Overcoming barriers to introduction, Malin Aldenius, Caroline Mullen, and Fredrik Pettersson-Löfstedt

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Transport mode preferences of university students in post-COVID-19 pandemic, Muhammed Emin Cihangir Bagdatli and Fatima Ipek

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Investigating the effectiveness of COVID-19 pandemic countermeasures on the use of public transport: A case study of The Netherlands, Chao Chen, Tao Feng, Xiaoning Gu, and Baozhen Yao

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How can renewable hydrogen compete with diesel in public transport? Robust design optimization of a hydrogen refueling station under techno-economic and environmental uncertainty, Diederik Coppitters, Kevin Verleysen, Ward De Paepe, and Francesco Contino

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Service quality, satisfaction and behavioral intentions towards public transport from the point of view of private vehicle users, Juan de Oña

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Spatial and temporal variation of user satisfaction in public transport systems, Eneko Echaniz, Rubén Cordera, Andrés Rodriguez, Soledad Nogués, Pierlugi Coppola, and Luigi dell’Olio

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Charging operations in battery electric bus systems considering fleet size variability along the service, Miquel Estrada, Josep Mensión, Miquel Salicrú, and Hugo Badia

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A public transport-based crowdshipping concept as a sustainable last-mile solution: Assessing user preferences with a stated choice experiment, Andreas Fessler, Mikkel Thorhauge, Stefan Mabit, and Sonja Haustein

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Subline frequency setting for autonomous minibusses under demand uncertainty, K. Gkiotsalitis, M. Schmidt, and E. van der Hurk

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Locating park-and-ride facilities for resilient on-demand urban mobility, Elise Henry, Angelo Furno, Nour-Eddin El Faouzi, and David Rey

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Climate and environmental impacts of automated minibuses in future public transportation, Dominik Huber, Tobias Viere, Eliane Horschutz Nemoto, Ines Jaroudi, Dorien Korbee, and Guy Fournier

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Transportation and quality of life: Evidence from Denmark, Jesper Hybel and Ismir Mulalic

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Path-oriented synchronized transit scheduling using time-dependent data, Kelvin Lee, Yu Jiang, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Justin Dauwels, Rong Su, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Optimal pricing and investment in a multi-modal city — Introducing a macroscopic network design problem based on the MFD, Allister Loder, Michiel C.J. Bliemer, and Kay W. Axhausen

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Passenger-oriented traffic control for rail networks: An optimization model considering crowding effects on passenger choices and train operations, Xiaojie Luan and Francesco Corman

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Modal accessibility disparities and transport poverty in the Oslo region, Erik Bjørnson Lunke

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The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on public transport usage and route choice: Evidences from a long-term tracking study in urban area, Alessio D. Marra, Linghang Sun, and Francesco Corman

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Train travel in corona time: Safety perceptions of and support for policy measures, Eric Molin and Maarten Kroesen

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COVID-19 impact on teleactivities: Role of built environment and implications for mobility, Kostas Mouratidis and Sebastian Peters

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Scenario archetypes in urban transport planning: Insights from the implementation of LRT systems, Miguel L. Navarro-Ligero and Luis Miguel Valenzuela-Montes

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The self-reported stress and stressors in tram and long-haul truck drivers, Jussi Onninen, Mia Pylkkönen, Tarja Hakola, Sampsa Puttonen, Jussi Virkkala, Asko Tolvanen, and Mikael Sallinen

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Conditions for effective on-track competition in the European passenger railway market: A yardstick for regulations, Bojan Ristić, Nikola Stojadinović, and Dejan Trifunović

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Identifying measures with the highest potential to reduce suicides on Finnish railways, Anne Silla

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Loyalty and public transit: a quantitative systematic review of the literature, Thiago Carvalho dos Reis Silveira, Cezar Augusto Romano, and Tatiana Maria Cecy Gadda

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Is higher quality always costly? Marginal costs of quality: Theory and application to railway punctuality, Andrew S. J. Smith and Manuel Ojeda Cabral

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Necessary and sufficient conditions for attractive public Transport: Combined use of PLS-SEM and NCA, Alexandre Sukhov, Lars O. Olsson, and Margareta Friman

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Machine learning techniques to predict reactionary delays and other associated key performance indicators on British railway network, Panukorn Taleongpong, Simon Hu, Zhoutong Jiang, Chao Wu, Sunday Popo-Ola, and Ke Han

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Walking distances to public transport in smaller and larger Norwegian cities, Aud Tennøy, Marianne Knapskog, and Fitwi Wolday

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Assessing the impact of driver advisory systems on train driver workload, attention allocation and safety performance, Vera JMP. Verstappen, Elise N. Pikaar, and Rolf GD. Zon

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Bus franchising in English and Scottish regions – Viable solution or unfeasible instrument?, Xavier Villa i Aguilar, Tom Rye, Jonathan Cowie, and Clare McTigue

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Meta-analysis of price elasticities of travel demand in great britain: Update and extension, Mark Wardman

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Measurements and analysis of a solar-assisted city bus with a diesel engine, Mirosław Wendeker, Michał Jan Gęca, Łukasz Grabowski, Konrad Pietrykowski, and Nanthagopal Kasianantham

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Understanding the impacts of public transit disruptions on bikeshare schemes and cycling behaviours using spatiotemporal and graph-based analysis: A case study of four London Tube strikes, Yuanxuan Yang, Roger Beecham, Alison Heppenstall, Andy Turner, and Alexis Comber

Submissions from 2021

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The impact of the MeToo scandal on women’s perceptions of security, Laila AitBihiOuali and Daniel J. Graham

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A combined dial-a-ride and fixed schedule ferry service for coastal cities, Ingvild Eide Aslaksen, Elisabeth Svanberg, Kjetil Fagerholt, Lennart C. Johnsen, and Frank Meisel

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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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Understanding the influence of a downstream-side bus stop on saturation flows at an isolated junction, Chandra Balijepalli and Dennis Alima

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Bus crash risk evaluation: An adjusted framework and its application in a real network, Benedetto Barabino, Michela Bonera, Giulio Maternini, Alessandro Olivo, and Fabio Porcu

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Is taxation being effectively used to promote public transport in Europe?, Victor Barros, Carlos Oliveira Cruz, Tomás Júdice, and Joaquim Miranda Sarmento

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Effects from usage of pre-trip information and passenger scheduling strategies on waiting times in public transport: an empirical survey based on a dedicated smartphone application, Ulrik Berggren, Karin Brundell-Freij, Helena Svensson, and Anders Wretstrand

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Economic and socioeconomic assessment of replacing conventional public transit with demand responsive transit services in low-to-medium density areas, Jaâfar Berrada and Alexis Poulhès

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Passenger-centric timetable rescheduling: A user equilibrium approach, S. Binder, M. Y. Maknoon, Sh. Sharif Azadeh, and M. Bierlaire

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The unequal impacts of time, cost and transfer accessibility on cities, classes and races, Tainá A. Bittencourt and Mariana Giannotti

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Is it expensive to be poor? Public transport in Sweden, Anders Bondemark, Henrik Andersson, Anders Wretstrand, and Karin Brundell-Freij

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Making public transport irresistible? The introduction of a free public transport ticket for state employees and its effects on mode use, Annika Busch-Geertsem, Martin Lanzendorf, and Martin Klinner

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Analysis and monitoring of post-COVID mobility demand in Rome resulting from the adoption of sustainable mobility measures, Stefano Carrese, Ernesto Cipriani, Chiara Colombaroni, Umberto Crisalli, Gaetano Fusco, Andrea Gemma, Natalia Isaenko, Livia Mannini, Marco Petrelli, Vito Busillo, and Stefano Saracchi

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Multi-modal network evolution in polycentric regions, Oded Cats and Nigel Birch

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Accelerating sustainable mobility and land-use transitions in rapidly growing cities: Identifying common patterns and enabling factors, Clemence Cavoli

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Walking, cycling, and public transport for commuting and non-commuting travels across 5 European urban regions: Modal choice correlates and motivations, H. Charreire, C. Roda, T. Feuillet, A. Piombini, H. Bardos, H. Rutter, S. Compernolle, J.D. Mackenbach, J. Lakerveld, and J.M. Oppert

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Improving the design of urban transport experience with people with disabilities, Monica Cerdan Chiscano

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Adaptive signal control for bus service reliability with connected vehicle technology via reinforcement learning, Andy H.F. Chow, Z. C. Su, E. M. Liang, and R. X. Zhong

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Public transport use and health status in later life: Which relationship?, Daniele Crotti, Elena Maggi, Evangelia Pantelaki, and Federica Rossi

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Unsupervised approach towards analysing the public transport bunching swings formation phenomenon, Viktoriya Degeler, Léonie Heydenrijk-Ottens, Ding Luo, Niels van Oort, and Hans van Lint

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Site characteristics associated with multi-modal trip generation rates at residential developments, Chris De Gruyter, Seyed Mojib Zahraee, and Nirajan Shiwakoti

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How does private vehicle users perceive the public transport service quality in large metropolitan areas? A European comparison, Juan de Oña, Esperanza Estévez, and Rocío de Oña

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Do changes in the residential location lead to changes in travel attitudes? A structural equation modeling approach, Jonas De Vos, Long Cheng, and Frank Witlox

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Examining circuity of urban transit networks from an equity perspective, Malvika Dixit, Subeh Chowdhury, Oded Cats, Ties Brands, Niels van Oort, and Serge Hoogendoorn

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Modelling the effects of real-time crowding information in urban public transport systems, Arkadiusz Drabicki, Rafał Kucharski, Oded Cats, and Andrzej Szarata

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Behavioural changes in transport and future repercussions of the COVID-19 outbreak in Spain, Eneko Echaniz, Andrés Rodríguez, Rubén Cordera, Juan Benavente, Borja Alonso, and Roberto Sañudo

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Medium-term public transit route ridership forecasting: What, how and why? A case study in Lyon, Oscar Egu and Patrick Bonnel

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Transport mode use during the COVID-19 lockdown period in Germany: The car became more important, public transport lost ground, Christine Eisenmann, Claudia Nobis, Viktoriya Kolarova, Barbara Lenz, and Christian Winkler

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Impacts of long-term service disruptions on passenger travel behaviour: A smart card analysis from the Greater Copenhagen area, Morten Eltved, Nils Breyer, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Estimation of transfer walking time distribution in multimodal public transport systems based on smart card data, Morten Eltved, Philip Lemaitre, and Niklas Christoffer Petersen

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Operation of transit corridors served by two routes: Physical design, synchronization, and control strategies, Miquel Estrada, Josep Mension, and Miquel Salicrú

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Do light rail systems reduce traffic externalities? Empirical evidence from mid-size european cities, Xavier Fageda

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Calculating conditional passenger travel time distributions in mixed schedule- and frequency-based public transport networks using Markov chains, Clara Brimnes Gardner, Sara Dorthea Nielsen, Morten Eltved, Thomas Kjær Rasmussen, Otto Anker Nielsen, and Bo Friis Nielsen

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Inequalities in transit accessibility: Contributions from a comparative study between Global South and North metropolitan regions, Mariana Giannotti, Joana Barros, Diego B. Tomasiello, Duncan Smith, Bruna Pizzol, Beatriz M. Santos, Chen Zhong, Yao Shen, Eduardo Marques, and Michael Batty

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Train-feeder modes in Italy. Is there a role for active mobility?, Marco Giansoldati, Romeo Danielis, and Lucia Rotaris

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Impact of public transport strikes on traffic and pollution in the city of Barcelona, Lyna González, Jordi Perdiguero, and Àlex Sanz

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Tram, rail, bicycle: An unhappy triad? Rising incidence and resource consumption of tramline-associated bicycling accidents in Bern, Switzerland, Joël L. Guber, Tobias Suppiger, Thomas C. Sauter, Michaela Traschitzger, Martin Müller, and Aristomenis K. Exadaktylos

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Questioning mobility ideals – the value of proximity for residents in socially deprived urban areas in Sweden, Malin Henriksson, Jessica Berg, Christina Lindkvist, and Karen Lucas

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Euston station redevelopment: Regeneration or gentrification?, Robin Hickman, Milena Martinez Garcia, Michel Arnd, and Luisa Feyo Guimaraes Peixoto

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A multi-level governance response to the Covid-19 crisis in public transport, Fabio Hirschhorn

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A battery electric bus energy consumption model for strategic purposes: Validation of a proposed model structure with data from bus fleets in China and Norway, Odd André Hjelkrem, Karl Yngve Lervåg, Sahar Babri, Chaoru Lu, and Carl-Johan Södersten

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Longitudinal macro-analysis of car-use changes resulting from a TOD-type project: The case of Metro do Porto (Portugal), Anna Ibraeva, Bert Van Wee, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, and António Pais Antunes

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The role of coordination costs in mode choice decisions: A case study of German cities, Patrick Jochem, Christopher Lisson, and Arpita Asha Khanna

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Bicycle parking at train stations in the Netherlands: Travellers' behaviour and policy options, Olaf Jonkeren and Roland Kager

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Service design for public transportation to address the issue of females’ fear of crime, Hyunjin Kim

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How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact traveler behavior toward public transport? The case of Athens, Greece, Athanasios Kopsidas, Christina Milioti, Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, and Eleni I. Vlachogianni

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How Do Shared Dockless E-Scooter Services Affect Mobility Practices in Paris? A Survey-Based Estimation of Modal Shift, Camille Krier, Julie Chrétien, Marion Lagadic, and Nicolas Louvet

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Simulation of fixed versus on-demand station-based feeder operations, David Leffler, Wilco Burghout, Erik Jenelius, and Oded Cats

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Public transport competitiveness vs. the car: Impact of relative journey time and service attributes, Erik B. Lunke, N. Fearnley, and J. Aarhaug

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Is Local Public Transport unsuitable for elderly? Exploring the cases of two Italian cities, Ilaria Mariotti, Claudia Burlando, and Stefano Landi

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Bus driver fatigue: A qualitative study of drivers in London, Sally Maynard, Ashleigh Filtness, Karl Miller, and Fran Pilkington-Cheney

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Keeping the service running: Examining working relationships and workload of London bus network iBus controllers, Sally Maynard, Karl A. Miller, and Ashleigh Filtness

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‘Ecological concerns weren’t the main reason why I took the bus, that association only came afterwards’: on shifts in meanings of everyday mobility, Franziska Meinherz and Livia Fritz

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Design and analysis of control strategies for pedestrian flows, Nicholas Molyneaux, Riccardo Scarinci, and Michel Bierlaire

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Modelling the impact of rail delays on passenger satisfaction, Fredrik Monsuur, Marcus Enoch, Mohammed Quddus, and Stuart Meek

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Urban travel behavior adaptation of temporary transnational residents, Mayara Moraes Monteiro, João de Abreu e Silva, Haustein Sonja, and Jorge Pinho de Sousa

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Transit pollution exposure monitoring using low-cost wearable sensors, Naser Hossein Motlagh, Martha A. Zaidan, Pak L. Fung, Eemil Lagerspetz, Kasimir Aula, Samu Varjonen, Matti Siekkinen, Andrew Rebeiro-Hargrave, Tuukka Petäjä, Yutaka Matsumi, Markku Kulmala, Tareq Hussein, Petteri Nurmi, and Sasu Tarkoma

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Autonomous buses: Intentions to use, passenger experiences, and suggestions for improvement, Kostas Mouratidis and Victoria Cobeña Serrano

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Scaling up cycling or replacing driving? Triggers and trajectories of bike–train uptake in the Randstad area, Samuel Nello-Deakin and Marco te Brömmelstroet

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Grocery store accessibility: Different metrics – Different modal disparity results and spatial patterns, Michał A. Niedzielski

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Relevance of detailed transfer attributes in large-scale multimodal route choice models for metropolitan public transport passengers, Otto Anker Nielsen, Morten Eltved, Marie Karen Anderson, and Carlo Giacomo Prato

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The impact of competitive tendering on operational costs and market concentration in public transport: The Norwegian car ferry services, James Odeck and Harald Høyem

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Governance arrangements shaping driverless shuttles in public transport: The case of Barkarbystaden, Stockholm, Kelsey Oldbury and Karolina Isaksson

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Walkability assessment for urban areas around railway stations along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor, Noriko Otsuka, Dirk Wittowsky, Marlene Damerau, and Christian Gerten

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Impacts of real-time information levels in public transport: A large-scale case study using an adaptive passenger path choice model, Mads Paulsen, Thomas Kjær Rasmussen, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Evaluating crowding in individual train cars using a dynamic transit assignment model, Soumela Peftitsi, Erik Jenelius, and Oded Cats