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Submissions from 2018

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Empirical models of transit demand with walk access/egress for planning transit oriented developments around commuter rail stations in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Saidal Akbari, Mohamed Salah Mahmoud, Amer Shalaby, and Khandker M. Nurul Habib

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Causal identification of transit-induced gentrification and spatial spillover effects: The case of the Denver light rail, Eleni Bardaka, Michael S. Delgado, and Raymond J.G.M. Florax

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Spatial restructuring and uneven intra-urban employment growth in metro- and non-metro-served areas in Copenhagen, Kristian Bothe, Høgni Kalsø Hansen, and Lars Winther

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Spatial restructuring and uneven intra-urban employment growth in metro- and non-metro-served areas in Copenhagen, Kristian Bothe, Høgni Kalsø Hansen, and Lars Winther

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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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Accessibility-oriented development, Robbin Deboosere, Ahmed El-Geneidy, and David Levinson

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Towards sustainable urban transport in Singapore: Policy instruments and mobility trends, Mi Diao

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Exploring difference in value uplift resulting from new bus rapid transit routes within a medium size metropolitan area, Jean Dubé, Eugénie Andrianary, François Assad-Déry, Janie Poupart, and Justine Simard

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From bus to tramway: Is there an economic impact of substituting a rapid mass transit system? An empirical investigation accounting for anticipation effect, Jean Dubé, Diègo Legros, and Nicolas Devaux

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Evaluating the long-term impacts of bus-based park and ride, Mills Gareth and White Peter

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Urban form, transit supply, and travel behavior in Latin America: Evidence from Mexico's 100 largest urban areas, Erick Guerra, Camilo Caudillo, Paavo Monkkonen, and Jorge Montejano

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Transit-oriented development and air quality in Chinese cities: A city-level examination, Peiqin Gu, Dongxu He, Yulin Chen, P. Christopher Zegras, and Yang Jiang

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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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Effects of new bus and rail rapid transit systems – an international review, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Analysis of firm location and relocation in relation to Maryland and Washington, DC metro rail stations, Hiroyuki Iseki and Robert P. Jones

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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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A station-based rail transit network vulnerability measure considering land use dependency, Ruoyun Jiang, Qing-Chang Lu, and Zhong-Ren Peng

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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 unaffordable city: Housing and transit in North American cities, Anna Kramer

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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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New ridership for old rail: An analysis of changes in the utilization of Chicago's urban rail system, 1990–2008, Marcelo E. Lascano Kežić and Pablo Luis Durango-Cohen

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Measuring the impacts of new public transit services on space-time accessibility: An analysis of transit system redesign and new bus rapid transit in Columbus, Ohio, USA, Jinhyung Lee and Harvey J. Miller

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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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Residential and transit decisions: Insights from focus groups of neighborhoods around transit stations, Jianling Li

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Does public transport accessibility enhance subjective well-being? A study of the City of Johannesburg, Nahungu Lionjanga and Christo Venter

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Exploring urban rail transit station-level ridership growth with network expansion, Shasha Liu, Enjian Yao, and Binbin Li

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A broader perspective on social outcomes in transport, Chris Lowe, John Stanley, and Janet Stanley

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Follow-up and social impact assessment (SIA) in urban transport-infrastructure projects: insights from the parramatta rail link, Lara K. Mottee and Richard Howitt

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Does residential property price benefit from light rail in Sydney?, Corinne Mulley, Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai, and Liang Ma

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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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How do public transport users adjust their travel behaviour if public transport ceases? A qualitative study, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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Transit investments and neighborhood change: On the likelihood of change, Isabelle Nilsson and Elizabeth Delmelle

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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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Just Around the Corner: The Future of U.S. Public Transportation, Steven E. Polzin

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Key factors to annual investment in public transportation sector: The case of China, Guo Qiu, Wang (Ato) Xu, and Ling Li

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Determinants of sustainable mode choice in different socio-cultural contexts: A comparison of Rome and San Francisco, Samira Ramezani, Barbara Pizzo, and Elizabeth Deakin

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Can land value capture make PPP's competitive in fares? A Mumbai case study, Rohit Sharma and Peter Newman

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Does urban rail increase land value in emerging cities? Value uplift from Bangalore Metro, Rohit Sharma and Peter Newman

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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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Transit planning, access, and justice: Evolving visions of bus rapid transit and the Chicago street, Elina Sukaryavichute and David L. Prytherch

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The extended node-place model at the local scale: Evaluating the integration of land use and transport for Lisbon's subway network, David S. Vale, Cláudia M. Viana, and Mauro Pereira

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The ridership performance of the built environment for BRT systems: Evidence from Latin America, C. Erik Vergel-Tovar and Daniel A. Rodriguez

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Passengers’ response to transit fare change: an ex post appraisal using smart card data, Zi-jia Wang, Feng Chen, Bo Wang, and Jian-ling Huang

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Does bus accessibility affect property prices?, Linchuan Yang, Jiangping Zhou, Oliver F. Shyr, and (Derek) Da Huo

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Evaluating the relationship between rail transit and industrial agglomeration: An observation from the Dallas-fort worth region, TX, Haitao Yu, Junfeng Jiao, Eric Houston, and Zhong-Ren Peng

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Local environmental factors in walking distance at metro stations, John Zacharias and Qi Zhao

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The impacts of rail transit on future urban land use development: A case study in Wuhan, China, Liyuan Zhao and Le Shen

Submissions from 2017

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Evaluating the roles and powers of rail regulatory bodies in Europe: A survey-based approach, Valerio Benedetto, Andrew S.J. Smith, and Chris A. Nash

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Response to “The impact of light rail on congestion in Denver: A reappraisal”, Sutapa Bhattacharjee and Andrew R. Goetz

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Assessment Methods from Around the World Potentially Useful for Public Transport Projects, Eric Bruun and Marianne Vanderschuren

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Impact of a light rail extension on residential property values, Jacob Camins-Esakov and Donald Vandegrift

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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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Urban rail transit PPPs: Lessons from East Asian cities, Zheng Chang and Sock-Yong Phang

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Vehicle kilometers traveled reduction impacts of Transit-Oriented Development: Evidence from Shanghai City, Faan Chen, Jiaorong Wu, Xiaohong Chen, and Jianjun Wang

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Impacts of New Light Rail Transit Service on Riders' Residential Relocation Decisions, You-Lian Chu, Yi Deng, and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu

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“Waiting on the train”: The anticipatory (causal) effects of Crossrail in Ealing, Sam Comber and Dani Arribas-Bel

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Examining changes in travel patterns among lower wealth households after BRT investment in Bogotá, Colombia, Tabitha S. Combs

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Value of Rail: The contribution of rail in Australia, Deloitte Access Economics

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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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Anticipation and post-construction impact of a metro extension on residential values: The case of Laval (Canada), 1995–2013, Nicolas Devaux, Jean Dubé, and Philippe Apparicio

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Rail-transit-induced gentrification and the affordability paradox of TOD, Hongwei Dong

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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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Effectiveness of Transit Oriented Development in Reducing Car Use: Case Study of Subiaco, Western Australia, Brittany Griffiths and Carey Curtis

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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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Uneven mobilities, uneven opportunities: Social distribution of public transport accessibility to jobs and education in Montevideo, Diego Hernandez

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Is travel based residential self-selection a significant influence in modal choice and household location decisions?, John Humphreys and Aoife Ahern

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Analysing improvements to on-street public transport systems: a mesoscopic model approach, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Jonas Kornerup Jensen, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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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 multilevel spatial interaction model of transit flows incorporating spatial and network autocorrelation, Kasper Kerkman, Karel Martens, and Henk Meurs

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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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Planning transport infrastructure: examining the politics of transport planning in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, Crystal Legacy, Carey Curtis, and Jan Scheurer

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

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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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Metro-induced gentrification: A 17-year experience in Taipei, Jen-Jia Lin and Jo-Ching Chung

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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

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Evaluating Public Transit Criticism: Systematic Analysis of Political Attacks on High Quality Transit, and How Transportation Professionals Can Effectively Respond, Todd Litman

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Social marketing and the built environment: What matters for travel behaviour change?, Liang Ma, Corinne Mulley, and Wen Liu

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Creating inequality in accessibility: The relationships between public transport and social housing policy in deprived areas of Santiago de Chile, Cristhian Figueroa Martínez, Frances Hodgson, Caroline Mullen, and Paul Timms

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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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Lifting peripheral fortunes: Upgrading transit improves spatial, income and gender equity in Medellin, Blanca Fernandez Milan and Felix Creutzig

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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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South Eastern Busway Network in Brisbane, Australia: Value of the Network Effect, Corinne Mulley, Breno Sampaio, and Liang Ma

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Impact of bus rapid transit on housing price and accessibility changes in Sydney: A repeat sales approach, Corinne Mulley and Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai

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Transit and Real Estate Rents, Arthur C. Nelson

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Net Impacts of Streetcar Operations on Traffic Congestion in Melbourne, Australia, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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New method to estimate local and system-wide effects of level rail crossings on network traffic flow, Duy Q. Nguyen-Phuoc, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, and William Young

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What determines rail transit passenger volume? Implications for transit oriented development planning, Haixiao Pan, Jing Li, Qing Shen, and Cheng Shi

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Transit-oriented development in an urban rail transportation corridor, Ya-Ting Peng, Zhi-Chun Li, and Keechoo Choi

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Impact of Transit Stop Location on Pedestrian Safety, Brian Pessaro, Martin Catalá, Zhenyu Wang, and Mitch Spicer

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Transit commuting, the network accessibility effect, and the built environment in station areas across the United States, John L. Renne, Shima Hamidi, and Reid Ewing

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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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Transforming the Urban Space through Transit-Oriented Development: The 3V Approach, Serge Salat and Gerald Ollivier

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The net greenhouse gas impact of the Sheppard Subway Line, Shoshanna Saxe, Eric Miller, and Peter Guthrie

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Corrigendum to “Combined impacts of highways and light rail transit on residential property values: A spatial hedonic price model for Phoenix, Arizona” [J. Transp. Geogr. Volume 41(2014) pp. 53–62], Kihwan Seo, Aaron Golub, and Michael Kuby

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Joint optimization of tram timetables and signal timing adjustments at intersections, Jungang Shi, Yanshuo Sun, Paul Schonfeld, and Jian Qi

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What explains rapid transit use? Evidence from 97 urbanized areas, Oliver F. Shyr, David Emanuel Andersson, Yu-Hsuan Cheng, and Yu-Hsuan Hsiao

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Trip and parking generation at transit-oriented developments: a case study of Redmond TOD, Seattle region, Guang Tian, Reid Ewing, Rachel Weinberger, Kevin Shively, Preston Stinger, and Shima Hamidi

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Exploring built environment correlates of walking distance of transit egress in the Twin Cities, Jueyu Wang and Xinyu Cao

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The relationship between transit rich neighborhoods and transit ridership: Evidence from the decentralization of poverty, Kyungsoon Wang and Myungje Woo

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Pareto-improving policies for an idealized two-zone city served by two congestible modes, Shu-Xian Xu, Ronghui Liu, Tian-Liang Liu, and Hai-Jun Huang