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Submissions from 2020

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The role of personal norms in the choice of mode for commuting, Augustus Ababio-Donkor, Wafaa Saleh, and Achille Fonzone

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Incorporating habitual behavior into Mode choice Modeling in light of emerging mobility services, Hamidreza Asgari and Xia Jin

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Access to transit? Validating local transit accessibility measures using transit ridership, Sarah Bree, Daniel Fuller, and Ehab Diab

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Exploring spatial heterogeneity in accessibility and transit mode choice, Jing Cheng, Ruiyun Yan, and Yueer Gao

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How attractive is it to use the internet while commuting? A work-attitude-based segmentation of Northern California commuters, Sungtaek Choi and Patricia L. Mokhtarian

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On the modeling of passenger mobility for stochastic bi-modal urban corridors, Igor Dakic, Lukas Ambühl, Oliver Schümperlin, and Monica Menendez

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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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The effect of public transport quality on car ownership – A source of wider benefits?, Johan Holmgren

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A modelling platform for optimizing time-dependent transit fares in large-scale multimodal networks, Islam Kamel, Amer Shalaby, and Baher Abdulhai

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Network–wide prediction of public transportation ridership using spatio–temporal link–level information, Stephan Karnberger and Constantinos Antoniou

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Calibration of a transit route choice model using revealed population data of smartcard in a multimodal transit network, Ikki Kim, Hyoung-Chul Kim, Dong-Jeong Seo, and Jung In Kim

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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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Exploring behavioral heterogeneities of metro passenger’s travel plan choice under unplanned service disruption with uncertainty, Binbin Li, Enjian Yao, Toshiyuki Yamamoto, Ying Tang, and Shasha Liu

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Can passenger flow distribution be estimated solely based on network properties in public transport systems?, Ding Luo, Oded Cats, and Hans van Lint

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Collaborative passenger flow control on an oversaturated metro line: a path choice approach, Fanting Meng, Lixing Yang, Yun Wei, Shukai Li, Ziyou Gao, and Jungang Shi

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Shifting from Private to Public Transport using Duration-Based Modeling of a School-Based Intervention, Mariza Motta Queiroz, Carlos Roque, and Filipe Moura

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A joint panel binary logit and fractional split model for converting route-level transit ridership data to stop-level boarding and alighting data, Moshiur Rahman, Shamsunnahar Yasmin, and Naveen Eluru

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Sequenced Ordered Logit Model Considering Latent Variables for Determining Trip Satisfaction of Metro Passengers, Tara Saeidi, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Meeghat Habibian

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Activity-end access/egress modal choices between stations and campuses located on a hillside, Nobuhiro Sanko

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Estimation of left behind subway passengers through archived data and video image processing, Charalampos Sipetas, Andronikos Keklikoglou, and Eric J. Gonzales

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Mobility needs, activity patterns and activity flexibility: How subjective and objective constraints influence mode choice, Mikkel Thorhauge, Habtama Tilahun Kassahun, Elisabetta Cherchi, and Sonja Haustein

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Commuter value perceptions in peak avoidance behavior: An empirical study in the Beijing subway system, Yu Wang, Yacan Wang, Dick Ettema, Zidan Mao, Samuel G. Charlton, and Huiyu Zhou

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Data-driven approach for solving the route choice problem with traveling backward behavior in congested metro systems, Chao Yu, Haiying Li, Xinyue Xu, and Jun Liu

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Calibrating travel time thresholds with cluster analysis and AFC data for passenger reasonable route generation on an urban rail transit network, Wei Zhu, Wei-li Fan, Amr M. Wahaballa, and Jin Wei

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Estimating the activity types of transit travelers using smart card transaction data: a case study of Singapore, Yi Zhu

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Promote transit via hardening first-and-last-mile accessibility: Learned from modeling commuters’ transit use, Ting Zuo, Heng Wei, and Na Chen

Submissions from 2019

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Discovering the spatio-temporal impacts of built environment on metro ridership using smart card data, Enhui Chen, Zhirui Ye, Chao Wang, and Wenbo Zhang

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Passenger travel characteristics and bus operational states: a study based on IC card and GPS data in Yinchuan, China, Feng Chen, Jinlei Zhang, Zijia Wang, Shunwei Shi, and Haixu Liu

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Current State of Practice in Transit Ridership Prediction: Results from a Survey of Canadian Transit Agencies, Ehab Diab, Dena Kasraian, Eric J. Miller, and Amer Shalaby

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How does the station-area built environment influence Metrorail ridership? Using gradient boosting decision trees to identify non-linear thresholds, Chuan Ding, Xinyu Cao, and Chao Liu

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Modelling passenger distribution on metro platforms based on passengers’ choices for boarding cars, Jiping Fang, Taku Fujiyama, and Howard Wong

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Customer Journey Time Metrics for New York City Bus Service using Big Data, Edward Graves, Sunny Zheng, Lauren Tarte, Brian Levine, and Alla Reddy

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GIS-based transit trip allocation methods converting stop-level boarding and alighting trips into TAZ trips, You-Jin Jung and Jeffrey M. Casello

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Estimation of Denied Boarding in Urban Rail Systems: Alternative Formulations and Comparative Analysis, Zhenliang Ma, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, Yunqing Chen, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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Examining determinants of rail ridership: a case study of the Orlando SunRail system, Moshiur Rahman, Shamsunnahar Yasmin, and Naveen Eluru

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Development of a neighborhood commute mode share model using nationally-available data, Robert J. Schneider, Limgqian Hu, and Joseph Stefanich

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Week-Long Mode Choice Behavior: Dynamic Random Effects Logit Model, Ali Shamshiripour, Nima Golshani, Ramin Shabanpour, and Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian

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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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Assessing the Evolution of Transit User Behavior from Smart Card Data, Alexis Viallard, Martin Trépanier, and Catherine Morency

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Early warning of burst passenger flow in public transportation system, Haiyang Wang, Longyuan Li, Pingjun Pan, Yongkun Wang, and Yaohui Jin

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Spatio-temporal analysis of rail station ridership determinants in the built environment, Yadi Zhu, Feng Chen, Zijia Wang, and Jin Deng

Submissions from 2018

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A fuzzy logic-genetic algorithm approach to modelling public transport users’ risk-taking behaviour, Subeh Chowdhury and Michael O’Sullivan

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Investigating behavioral differences in the choice of distinct Intermediate Public Transport (IPT) modes for work trips in Chennai city, Parthan Kunhikrishnan and Karthik K. Srinivasan

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Multimodal Transportation Network Modeling Based on the Generic Second Order Modeling Approach, Jean-Patrick Lebacque and Megan M. Khoshyaran

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Modeling departure time choice of metro passengers with a smart corrected mixed logit model - A case study in Beijing, Haiying Li, Xian Li, Xinyue Xu, Jun Liu, and Bin Ran

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The potential effect of a 100-year pluvial flood event on metro accessibility and ridership: A case study of central Shanghai, China, Mengya Li, Mei-Po Kwan, Jie Yin, Dapeng Yu, and Jun Wang

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Evaluating the Ability of Transit Direct Ridership Models to Forecast Medium-Term Ridership Changes: Evidence from San Francisco, Richard A. Mucci and Gregory D. Erhardt

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Impact analysis of reductions in tram services in rural areas in Japan using smart card data, Hiroaki Nishiuchi, Yasuyuki Kobayashi, Tomoyuki Todoroki, and Tomoya Kawasaki

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Discrete-Time Hazard Model of the Dynamic Utilization of Parking Spaces within Park-and-Ride Lots, Bibhuti Sharma, Mark Hickman, and Carlo G. Prato

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To travel or not to travel: ‘Weather’ is the question. Modelling the effect of local weather conditions on bus ridership, Sui Tao, Jonathan Corcoran, Francisco Rowe, and Mark Hickman

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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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Modeling the Influence of Weather on Transit Ridership: A Case Study from Brisbane, Australia, Ming Wei, Jonathan Corcoran, Thomas Sigler, and Yan Liu

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Development of railway station choice models to improve the representation of station catchments in rail demand models, Marcus A. Young and Simon P. Blainey

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Estimating metro passengers’ path choices by combining self-reported revealed preference and smart card data, Yongsheng Zhang, Enjian Yao, Junyi Zhang, and Kangning Zheng

Submissions from 2017

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Looking beyond the mean for equity analysis: Examining distributional impacts of transportation improvements, Tierra S. Bells and Joan L. Walker

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UrbanAccess: Generalized Methodology for Measuring Regional Accessibility with an Integrated Pedestrian and Transit Network, Samuel D. Blanchard and Paul Waddell

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Analyzing year-to-year changes in public transport passenger behaviour using smart card data, Anne-Sarah Briand, Etienne Côme, Martin Trépanier, and Latifa Oukhellou

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The San Francisco Travel Quality Study: tracking trials and tribulations of a transit taker, Andre Carrel, Raja Sengupta, and Joan L. Walker

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Watching the clock on the way to work? Analysing trends in commuting activities, modes and gender differences in commute times, using hazard-based duration modelling methods, Dilum Dissanayake

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An agent-based day-to-day adjustment process for modeling ‘Mobility as a Service’ with a two-sided flexible transport market, Shadi Djavadian and Joseph Y.J. Chow

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Public transit, active travel, and the journey to school: a cross-nested logit analysis, Alireza Ermagun and David Levinson

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Exploring the psychosocial factors associated with public transportation usage and examining the “gendered” difference, Xuemei Fu and Zhicai Juan

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Understanding public transit use behavior: integration of the theory of planned behavior and the customer satisfaction theory, Xuemei Fu and Zhicai Juan

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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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Estimating light-rail transit peak-hour boarding based on accessibility at station and route levels in Wuhan, China, Zhengdong Huang, Ming Zhang, and Xuejun Liu

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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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Analysis of user satisfaction to promote public transportation: A pattern-recognition approach focusing on out-of-vehicle time, Sung Hoo Kim, Jin-Hyuk Chung, Sunyoung Park, and Keechoo Choi

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Variations in mode-specific valuations of travel time reliability and in-vehicle crowding: Implications for demand estimation, Hao Li, Kun Gao, and Huizhao Tu

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Assessment of metro ridership fluctuation caused by weather conditions in Asian context: Using archived weather and ridership data in Nanjing, Junlong Li, Xuhong Li, Dawei Chen, and Lucy Godding

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A novel passenger flow prediction model using deep learning methods, Lijuan Liu and Rung-Ching Chen

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Constructing Transit Origin–Destination Matrices with Spatial Clustering, Ding Luo, Oded Cats, and Hans van Lint

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Modeling the Impact of Transit Fare Change on Passengers’ Accessibility, Zhenyuan (Eric) Ma, Abdul Rahman Masoud, and Ahmed O. Idris

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Models for technology choice in a transit corridor with elastic demand, Luigi Moccia, Giovanni Giallombardo, and Gilbert Laporte

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The Hangover: Assessing Impact of Major Service Interruptions on Urban Rail Transit Ridership, Julene Paul and Michael J. Smart

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On the factors affecting the choice of regional transit for commuting in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area: Application of an advanced RP-SP choice model, Zohreh Rashedi, Mohamed Mahmoud, Sami Hasnine, and Khandker Nurul Habib

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A new solution framework for the limited-stop bus service design problem, Guillermo Soto, Homero Larrain, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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Estimation of crowding discomfort in public transport: Results from Santiago de Chile, Alejandro Tirachini, Ricardo Hurtubia, Thijs Dekker, and Ricardo A. Daziano

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A commuting model for the analysis of the impacts of a tramway project: application to the Lens area, Mihai Tivadar and Odile Heddebaut

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Using metro smart card data to model location choice of after-work activities: An application to Shanghai, Yihong Wang, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Erik de Romph, and H. J.P. Timmermans

Submissions from 2016

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Estimation of urban bus transit marginal cost without cost data, Marco Batarce

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Valuing crowding in public transport: Implications for cost-benefit analysis, Marco Batarce, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Public transport demand: dynamic panel model analysis, Manel Daldoul, Sami Jarboui, and Ahlem Dakhlaoui

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Life-Oriented Approach of Modeling Commute Mode Loyalty and Transition Behavior, Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib

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Empirical analysis and comparisons about time-allocation patterns across segments based on mode-specific preferences, Xuemei Fu and Zhicai Juan

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Estimating Uncertainty of Bus Arrival Times and Passenger Occupancies, Vikash V. Gayah, Zhengyao Yu, and Jonathan S. Wood

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An application-oriented model of passenger waiting time based on bus departure time intervals, Huibo Gong, Xumei Chen, Lei Yu, and Lijuan Wu

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Modeling Transit Users Stop Choice Behavior: Do Travelers Strategize?, Mohammad Nurul Hassan, Taha Hossein Rashidi, S. Travis Waller, Neema Nassir, and Mark Hickman

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Experience conditioning in commuter modal choice modelling – Does it make a difference?, David A. Hensher and Chinh Q. Ho

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Use of Agent-Based Crowd Simulation to Investigate the Performance of Large-Scale Intermodal Facilities: Case Study of Union Station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Gregory Hoy, Erin Morrow, and Amer Shalaby

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Toward sustainable urban mobility: Investigating nonwork travel behavior in a sprawled Canadian city, Shakil Kahn, Hanna Maoh, Chris Lee, and William Anderson

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Modelling and analysing effects of complex seasonality and weather on an area's daily transit ridership rate, Syeed Anta Kashfi, Jonathan M. Bunker, and Tan Yigitcanlar

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Willingness to board: A novel concept for modeling queuing up passengers, Zhiyuan Liu, Shuaian Wang, Weijie Chen, and Yuan Zheng

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It’s a Matter of Time Assessment of Additional Time Budgeted for Commuting to McGill University Across Modes, Charis Loong and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Advanced public transport and intelligent transport systems: new modelling challenges, Agostino Nuzzolo and Antonio Comi

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Measuring Satisfaction with Transit and Car Trips with Use of One Logistic Regression Model, Demetrios Papaioannou and L. Miguel Martínez

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Factors affecting temporal changes in mode choice model parameters, Nobuhiro Sanko

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Time-Expanded Network Model of Train-Level Subway Ridership Flows Using Actual Train Movement Data, Timon Stasko, Brian Levine, and Alla Reddy

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Enjoying loyalty: The relationship between service quality, customer satisfaction, and behavioral intentions in public transit, Dea van Lierop and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Integrated Mode Choice and Dynamic Traveler Assignment in Multimodal Transit Networks: Mathematical Formulation, Solution Procedure, and Large-Scale Application, İ. Ömer Verbas, Hani S. Mahmassani, Michael F. Hyland, and Hooram Halat

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The pursuit of satisfaction: Variation in satisfaction with bus transit service among riders with encumbrances and riders with disabilities using a large-scale survey from London, UK, David Verbich and Ahmed El-Geneidy