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Submissions from 2020

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Mobility-on-demand: An empirical study of internet-based ride-hailing adoption factors, travel characteristics and mode substitution effects, Ransford A. Acheampong, Alhassan Siiba, Dennis K. Okyere, and Justice P. Tuffour

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Examining impacts of time-based pricing strategies in public transportation: A study of Singapore, Muhammad Adnan, Bat-hen Nahmias Biran, Vishnu Baburajan, Kakali Basak, and Moshe Ben-Akiva

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Mobility as a service and sustainable travel behaviour: A thematic analysis study, Elena Alyavina, Alexandros Nikitas, and Eric Tchouamou Njoya

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Bike sharing use in conjunction to public transport: Exploring spatiotemporal, age and gender dimensions in Oslo, Norway, Lars Böcker, Ellinor Anderson, Tanu Priya Uteng, and Torstein Throndsen

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Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps, Candace Brakewood

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An innovative model to estimate the accessibility of a destination by public transport, Frederico Cavallaro and Alberto Dianin

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Route guidance ranking procedures with human perception consideration for personalized public transport service, Avishai (Avi) Ceder and Yu Jiang

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Factors underlying the connections between active transportation and public transit at commuter rail in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Kevin Chan and Steven Farber

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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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Comparison of urban public transport systems in the Czech Republic and Slovakia: Factors underpinning efficiency, Hana Fitzová and Markéta Matulová

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Demand responsive transport: Generation of activity patterns from mobile phone network data to support the operation of new mobility services, Patrizia Franco, Ryan Johnston, and Ecaterina McCormick

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Scheduling synchronization in urban rail transit networks: Trade-offs between transfer passenger and last train operation, Xin Guo, Jianjun Wu, Huijun Sun, Xin Yang, Jian Gang Jin, and David Z.W. Wang

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A subway planning bi-objective multi-period optimization model integrating timetabling and vehicle scheduling: a case study of Tehran, Mitra Heidari, Seyyed-Mahdi Hosseini-Motlagh, and Nariman Nikoo

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To compete or not compete: exploring the relationships between motorcycle-based ride-sourcing, motorcycle taxis, and public transport in the Jakarta metropolitan area, Muhammad Zudhy Irawan, Prawira Fajarindra Belgiawan, Ari Krisna Mawira Tarigan, and Fajar Wijanarko

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Multimodal Fare Payment Integration, Joroen Kok and Regina Lipták

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Deciphering the relationship between bikesharing and public transit: Modal substitution, integration, and complementation, Hui Kong, Scarlett T. Jin, and Daniel Z. Sui

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An integrated approach for optimizing bi-modal transit networks fed by shared bikes, Xin Li, Yue Luo, Tianqi Wang, and Peng Jia

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Policy implementation of multi-modal (shared) mobility: review of a supply-demand value proposition canvas, Li Meng, Sekhar Somenahalli, and Stephen Berry

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Collaboration as a service (CaaS) to fully integrate public transportation – Lessons from long distance travel to reimagine mobility as a service, Rico Merkert, James Bushell, and Matthew J. Beck

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Organizing integrated services in mobility-as-a-service systems: Principles of alliance formation applied to a MaaS-pilot in the Netherlands, Henk Meurs, Fariya Sharmeen, Vincent Marchau, and Rob van der Heijden

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Reflecting on How Social Impacts are Considered in Transport Infrastructure Project Planning: Looking beyond the Claimed Success of Sydney’s South West Rail Link, Lara K. Mottee, Jos Arts, Frank Vanclay, Fiona Miller, and Richard Howitt

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Integrated route choice and assignment model for fixed and flexible public transport systems, Jishnu Narayan, Oded Cats, Niels van Oort, and Serge Hoogendoorn

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Passenger opinions of the perceived safety and interaction with automated shuttles: A test ride study with ‘hidden’ safety steward, Sina Nordhoff, Jork Stapel, Bart van Arem, and Riender Happee

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Evaluating the systemic effects of automated mobility-on-demand services via large-scale agent-based simulation of auto-dependent prototype cities, Jimi B. Oke, Arun Prakash Akkinepally, Siyu Chen, Yifei Xie, Youssef M. Aboutaleb, Carlos Lima Azevedo, P. Christopher Zegras, Joseph Ferreira, and Moshe Ben-Akiva

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How to create functioning collaboration in theory and in practice – practical experiences of collaboration when planning public transport systems, Fredrik Pettersson and Robert Hrelja

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Towards evening paratransit services to complement scheduled public transport in Cape Town: A driver attitudinal survey of alternative policy interventions, Christopher Plano, Roger Behrens, and Mark Zuidgeest

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India’s shift from mass transit to MaaS transit: Insights from Kochi, Mitashi Singh

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Optimal Operational Strategies for Multiple Bus Lines Considering Passengers’ Preferences, Chunyan Tang, Avishai Ceder, Ying-En Ge, and Na Wu

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Spatial Characteristics of Transit-Integrated Ridesourcing Trips and Their Competitiveness with Transit and Walking Alternatives, Jacob Terry and Chris Bachmann

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Relationship between eye-level greenness and cycling frequency around metro stations in Shenzhen, China: A big data approach, Ruoyu Wang, Yi Lu, Xueying Wu, Ye Liu, and Yao Yao

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Mobility as a service (MaaS): Charting a future context, Yale Z. Wong, David A. Hensher, and Corinne Mulley

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Service replanning in urban rail transit networks: Cross-line express trains for reducing the number of passenger transfers and travel time, Anan Yang, Bo Wang, Jianling Huang, and Chen Li

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Modeling demand for ridesourcing as feeder for high capacity mass transit systems with an application to the planned Beirut BRT, Najib Zgheib, Maya Abou-Zeid, and Isam Kaysi

Submissions from 2019

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Verkehrsverbund: The evolution and spread of fully integrated regional public transport in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Ralph Buehler, John Pucher, and Oliver Dümmler

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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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Integrated Railway Rapid Transit Network Design and Line Planning problem with maximum profit, David Canca, Alicia De-Los-Santos, Gilbert Laporte, and Juan A. Mesa

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Autonomous shuttle bus service timetabling and vehicle scheduling using skip-stop tactic, Zhichao Cao and Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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A matheuristic for integrated timetabling and vehicle scheduling, Samuela Carosi, Antonio Frangioni, Laura Galli, Leopoldo Girardi, and Giuliano Vallese

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An optimization model for integrated transit-parking policy planning, Joana Cavadas and António Pais Antunes

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Role of Gender in the Ridership of Public Transport Routes Involving Transfers, Subeh Chowdhury

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Interoperable smart card data management in public mass transit, Filip Covic and Stefan Voß

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An investigation of route-choice in integrated public transport networks by risk-averse users, Anthony Downward, Subeh Chowdhury, and Chapa Jayalath

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Framework for integrated planning of bus and paratransit services in Indian cities, Ravi Gadepalli

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Mobility in cities: Distributional impact analysis of transportation improvements in São Paulo Metropolitan Region, Eduardo Amaral Haddad, Nancy Lozano-Gracia, Eduardo Germani, Renato S. Vieira, Shohei Nakamura, Emmanuel Skoufias, and Bianca Bianchi Alves

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Providing public transport priority in the perimeter of urban networks: A bimodal strategy, He Haitao, Kaidi Yang, Hong Liang, Monica Menendez, and S. Ilgin Guler

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Inequalities in access to bike-and-ride opportunities: Findings for the city of Malmö, Zahra Hamidi, Rosalia Camporeale, and Leonardo Caggiani

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Organisation and performance of public transport: A systematic cross-case comparison of metropolitan areas in Europe, Australia, and Canada, Fabio Hirschhorn, Wijnand Veeneman, and Didier van de Velde

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Mapping minibuses in Maputo and Nairobi: engaging paratransit in transportation planning in African cities, Jacqueline M. Klopp and Clemence Cavoli

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A linear program for optimal integration of shared autonomous vehicles with public transit, Michael W. Levin, Michael Odell, Shaluka Samarasena, and Adam Schwartz

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Social-Transportation Analytic Toolbox (STAT) for Transit Networks, Xiaoyue Cathy Liu, Ran Wei, Liming Wang, and Aaron Golub

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A dynamic ridesharing dispatch and idle vehicle repositioning strategy with integrated transit transfers, Tai-Yu Ma, Saeid Rasulkhani, Joseph Y.J. Chow, and Sylvain Klein

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Estimating the Impacts of Capital Bikeshare on Metrorail Ridership in the Washington Metropolitan Area, Ting Ma and Gerrit-Jan Knaap

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Review of asset management for metro systems: challenges and opportunities, Alireza Mohammadi, Luis Amador-Jimenez, and Fuzhan Nasiri

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Partnerships Between Transit Agencies and Transportation Network Companies, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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Land use and public transport integration in small cities and towns: Assessment methodology and application, Antonio Nigro, Luca Bertolini, and Francesco Domenico Moccia

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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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Design of build-operate-transfer contract for integrated rail and property development with uncertainty in future urban population, Jinyan Sang, Zhi-Chun Li, William H.K. Lam, and S. C. Wong

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Electrification of urban mobility: The case of catenary-free buses, Riccardo Scarinci, Alessandro Zanarini, and Michel Bierlaire

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What Does the Future of Automated Driving Mean for Public Transportation?, Kerstin Stark, Kay Gade, and Dirk Heinrichs

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Integration of an Urban Ropeway into Munich’s Transit System Demand Modeling, Michaela Tiessler, Roman Engelhardt, Klaus Bogenberger, Christoph Hessel, and Magdalena Serwa-Klamouri

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

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Real-time short turning strategy based on passenger choice behavior, Wensi Wang, Zhihui Tian, Kewang Li, and Bin Yu

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Rethinking bus-to-metro accessibility in new town development: Case studies in Shanghai, Shan-shan Wu, Yu Zhuang, Jiayu Chen, Wei Wang, Yunxi Bai, and Siu-ming Lo

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The effects of metro fare increase on transport equity: New evidence from Beijing, Pengjun Zhao and Yixue Zhang

Submissions from 2018

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Examining suitability of the integrated public transport system: A case study of Lahore, A. Aziz, M.S. Nawaz, M. Nadeem, and L. Afzal

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Peer-to-Peer Priority Signal Control Strategy in a Connected Vehicle Environment, Byungho Beak, Mehdi Zamanipour, K. Larry Head, and Blaine Leonard

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

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Measure dynamic individual spatial-temporal accessibility by public transit: Integrating time-table and passenger departure time, Shaowu Cheng, Bing Xie, Yiming Bie, Yaping Zhang, and Shen Zhang

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Public transport users' and policy makers' perceptions of integrated public transport systems, Subeh Chowdhury, Yuval Hadas, Vicente A. Gonzalez, and Bart Schot

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Evaluating equity and accessibility to jobs by public transport across Canada, Robbin Deboosere and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Subway Service Down Again? Assessing the Effects of Subway Service Interruptions on Local Surface Transit Performance, Ehab Diab and Amer Shalaby

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

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Public transport planning in a spatially segmented city: The case of Jerusalem, Eran Feitelson and Galit Cohen-Blankshtain

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A matheuristic for transfer synchronization through integrated timetabling and vehicle scheduling, João Paiva Fonseca, Evelien van der Hurk, Roberto Roberti, and Allan Larsen

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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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Towards transfer synchronization of regularity-based bus operations with sequential hill-climbing, Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis and Nitin Maslekar

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Inventory and rating of performance indicators and organisational features in metropolitan public transport: A worldwide Delphi survey, Fabio Hirschhorn, Wijnand Veeneman, and Didier van de Velde

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Multimodal transit network design in a hub-and-spoke network framework, Di Huang, Zhiyuan Liu, Xiao Fu, and Philip T. Blythe

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Effect of information contagion during train service disruption for an integrated rail-bus transit system, Wen Hua and Ghim Ping Ong

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An Arterial-Based Transit Signal Priority Control System, Hyeonmi Kim, Yao Cheng, and Gang-Len Chang

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Switching service types for multi-region bus systems, Myungseob (Edward) Kim, Paul Schonfeld, and Eungcheol Kim

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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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Equity in practice? Evaluations of equity in planning for bus rapid transit, Orly Linovski, Dwayne Marshall Baker, and Kevin Manaugh

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Managing rail infrastructure for a digital future: Future-proofing of asset information, Peter E.D. Love, Jingyang Zhou, Jane Matthews, Matthew Lavender, and Troy Morse

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Institutional arrangements for greater inter-modality between bicycles and buses: A Melbourne case study, Christopher Lowe and Robert Wright

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Integrating Dynamic Signaling Commands Under Fixed-Block Signaling Systems into Train Dispatching Optimization Problems, Xiaojie Luan, Bart De Schutter, Francesco Corman, and Gabriel Lodewijks

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Integration of real-time traffic management and train control for rail networks - Part 1: Optimization problems and solution approaches, Xiaojie Luan, Yihui Wang, Bart De Schutter, Lingyun Meng, Gabriel Lodewijks, and Francesco Corman

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Improving the sustainability of integrated transportation system with bike-sharing: A spatial agent-based approach, Miaojia Lu, Shu-Chien Hsu, Pi-Cheng Chen, and Wan-Yu Lee

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An Agent-Based Modeling approach for sustainable urban planning from land use and public transit perspectives, Hamid Motieyan and Mohammad Saadi Mesgari

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Designing a Transit-Feeder System using Multiple Sustainable Modes: Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Ridesharing, Bike Sharing, and Walking, Daisik Nam, Dingtong Yang, Shunghi An, Jiangbo Gabriel Yu, R. Jayakrishnan, and Neda Masoud

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Analysing the trip and user characteristics of the combined bicycle and transit mode, Sanmay Shelat, Raymond Huisman, and Niels van Oort

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Multivariate methodology for discriminating market segments in urban commuting, Steven D. Silver

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Promoting TOD through regional planning. A comparative analysis of two European approaches, Luca Staricco and Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone

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Water Transit and Ferry-Oriented Development in Sweden: Comparisons with System Trends in Australia, Michael Tanko, Matthew I. Burke, and Harsha Cheemakurthy

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Developments in public transport governance in the Netherlands; the maturing of tendering, Wijnand Veeneman

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The equity impacts of bus rapid transit: A review of the evidence and implications for sustainable transport, Christoffel Venter, Gail Jennings, Darío Hidalgo, and Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda

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Passenger demand oriented train scheduling and rolling stock circulation planning for an urban rail transit line, Yihui Wang, Andrea D’Ariano, Jiateng Yin, Lingyun Meng, Tao Tang, and Bin Ning

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Optimizing the spatio-temporal deployment of battery electric bus system, Ran Wei, Xiaoyue Liu, Yi Ou, and S. Kiavash Fayyaz

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Transit-oriented autonomous vehicle operation with integrated demand-supply interaction, Jian Wen, Yu Xin Chen, Neema Nassir, and Jinhua Zhao

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Integrating ridesourcing services with public transit: An evaluation of traveler responses combining revealed and stated preference data, Xiang Yan, Jonathan Levine, and Xilei Zhao