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Submissions from 2011

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New rail station demand forecasting methodologies - a South Wales case study, Geoff Smith

Submissions from 2010

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Meta-analysis of UK values of travel time: An update, Pedro A.L. Abrantes and Mark R. Wardman

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Direct ridership model of Bus Rapid Transit in Los Angeles County, California, Robert Cervero, Jin Murakami, and Mark Miller

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Exploring time variants for short-term passenger flow, Mu-Chen Chen and Yu Wei

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Travel Demand Forecasting Analysis Challenges Supporting Washington State Ferries' Long-Range Plan Development, Youssef Dehghani, Celine K. Gihring, David S. Shelton, T. Brent Baker, Amith Yarlagadda, and Robert Tung

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Modelling user perception of bus transit quality, Luigi dell'Olio, Angel Ibeas, and Patricia Cecin

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Comparative analysis of transit assignment: evidence from urban railway system in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Hironori Kato, Yuichiro Kaneko, and Masashi Inoue

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Treatment of seasonal tickets for public transport in estimation and application of mode/destination choice models, Odd I. Larsen and Jens Rekdal

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Federally-Mandated Evaluation of New Starts Transit Projects, David Laverny-Rafter

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Transit Users' Route-Choice Modelling in Transit Assignment: A Review, Yulin Liu, Jonathan Bunker, and Luis Ferreira

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An activity-based approach for scheduling multimodal transit services, Zhi-Chun Li, William H.K. Lam, S. C. Wong, and A. Sumalee

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An assessment of demand for rural intercity transportation services in a changing environment, Jeremy Mattson, Del Peterson, David Ripplinger, William Thomas, and Jill Hough

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Stochastic multi-modal transport network under demand uncertainties and adverse weather condition, Agachai Sumalee, Kenetsu Uchida, and William H.K. Lam

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Mesoscopic simulation for transit operations, Tomer Toledo, Oded Cats, Wilco Burghout, and Haris N. Koutsopoulos

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Public transport and road pricing: a survey and simulation experiments, Theodore Tsekeris and Stefan Voß

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Park and Ride Behaviors for Non-Local Private Car Travelers in Big Events, Ping Xiong

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The multi-class schedule-based transit assignment model under network uncertainties, Yuqing Zhang, William H.K. Lam, Agachai Sumalee, Hong K. Lo, and C. O. Tong

Submissions from 2009

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Time Taken for Residents to Adopt a New Public Transport Service: Examining Heterogeneity through Duration Modelling, Kiron Chatterjee and Kang-Rae Ma

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Multi-scale and multi-modal GIS-T data model, Shaopei Chen, Jianjun Tan, Christophe Claramunt, and Cyril Ray

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Modelling the Joint Access Mode and Railway Station Choice, Ghebreegziabiher Debrezion, Eric Pels, and Piet Rietveld

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Transport policy evaluation in metropolitan areas: The role of modelling in decision-making, M. Hatzopoulou and E. J. Miller

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Driver scheduling problem modelling, Rita Portugal, Helena R. Lourenço, and José P. Paixão

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Petri nets approach in assessing the safety at level crossing — The effect of traffic and train characteristics on safety measurement, I. Siti Zaharah, W.L. Yue, and S.V.C. Somenahalli

Submissions from 2008

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Managing transport challenges when oil prices rise, S. Donovan, J. Genter, B. Petrenas, N. Mumby, T. Hazledine, Todd Litman, G. Hewison, T. Guidera, L. O'Reilly, A. Green, and G. Leyland

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Travel-to-school mode choice modelling and patterns of school choice in urban areas, Sven Muller, Stefan Tscharaktschiew, and Knut Haase

Submissions from 2007

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Assessment of a Campus Transit Program(Auburn University Tiger Transit Case Study), Jaydeep Chaudhari

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Understanding Suburban Travel Demand: Flexible Modelling With Revealed and Stated Choice Data, Raquel Espino, Juan de Dios Ortuzar, and Concepcion Roman

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Modelling the Full Costs of an Intermodal and Road Freight Transport Network, Milan Janic

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Capturing Tour Mode and Activity Choice Interdependencies: A Co-Evolutionary Logit Modelling Approach, Stephan Krygsman, Theo Arentze, and Harry J P Timmermans

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Modelling Car Ownership in Great Britain, Gerard Whelan

Submissions from 2006

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Choice of mode of transport for long-distance trips: Solving the problem of sparse data, Andres Monzon and Alvaro Rodriguez-Dapena

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Modelling requirements for local transport plans: An assessment of English experience, S. P. Shepherd, P. M. Timms, and A. D. May

Submissions from 2005

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Modelling Route Choice Behaviour in Multi-Modal Transport Networks, Piet H L Bovy and Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser

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Road-User Charging and the Modelling of Revenue Allocation, Seona Farrell and Wafaa Saleh

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Refocusing the Modelling of Freight Distribution: Development of an Economic-Based Framework to Evaluate Supply Chain Behaviour in Response to Congestion Charging, David A. Hensher and Sean M. Puckett

Submissions from 2004

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Spatial representation and scale impacts in transit service assessment, Mark W. Horner and Alan T. Murray

Submissions from 2003

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The temporal variability of public transport usage, T Richardson

Submissions from 2002

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

Submissions from 2001

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Rule-based, object-oriented modelling of public transport systems, O Nielsen and D Frederiksen

Submissions from 1999

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Modelling park and ride, D Oocinneide and O Casserly

Submissions from 1998

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MIXED MODELLING OF INTERURBAN TRIPS BY COACH AND TRAIN, Juan De Dios Ortizar and A Iacobelli

Submissions from 1996

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MODELLING AND EVALUATION OF ADAPTIVE BUS-PREEMPTION CONTROL WITH AND WITHOUT AUTOMATIC VEHICLE LOCATION SYSTEMS, Gang-Len Chang, Meenakshy Vasudevan, and Chih Chiang Su

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Simulation modelling of paratransit services using GIS, C Kunaka

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MODELLING INTER-URBAN TRANSPORT FLOWS IN ITALY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN NEURAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AND LOGIT ANALYSIS, P Nijkamp, A Reggiani, and T Tritapepe

Submissions from 1987

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MODELLING SHOPPING DESTINATION CHOICE BEHAVIOUR USING THE BASIC MULTINOMINAL LOGIT MODEL AND SOME OF ITS EXTENSIONS, P O. Barnard