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Submissions from 2019

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Inferring dynamic origin-destination flows by transport mode using mobile phone data, Danya Bachir, Ghazaleh Khodabandelou, Vincent Gauthier, Mounim El Yacoubi, and Jakob Puchinger

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Data-driven stochastic transit assignment modeling using an automatic fare collection system, Seung Hoon Cheon, Changju Lee, and Seongil Shin

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Passenger Travel Time Reliability for Multimodal Public Transport Journeys, Malvika Dixit, Ties Brands, Niels van Oort, Oded Cats, and Serge Hoogendoorn

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Linking social, semantic and sentiment analyses to support modeling transit customers’ satisfaction: Towards formal study of opinion dynamics, Tamer El-Diraby, Amer Shalaby, and Moein Hosseini

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Station-based average travel distance and its relationship with urban form and land use: An analysis of smart card data in Nanjing City, China, Zuoxian Gan, Tao Feng, Yunteng Wu, Min Yang, and Harry Timmermans

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Reconciling transfer synchronization and service regularity: real-time control strategies using passenger data, Alexandra Gavriilidou and Oded Cats

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Multi-constrained bus holding control in time windows with branch and bound and alternating minimization, Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis and Oded Cats

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Transport mode detection based on mobile phone network data: A systematic review, Haosheng Huang, Yi Cheng, and Robert Weibel

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Early Warning Mechanism for the Surge of Passengers in Metro Systems Based on Automated Fare Collection Data: Case Study of Guangzhou, China, Ning Huan, Enjian Yao, and Binbin Li

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Investigation of the use of smartphone applications for trip planning and travel outcomes, Shaila Jamal and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib

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Smart card data-centric replication of the multi-modal public transport system in Singapore, Xioadong Liu, Yuan Zhou, and Andreas Rau

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DeepPF: A deep learning based architecture for metro passenger flow prediction, Yang Liu, Zhiyuan Liu, and Ruo Jia

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Evaluating the effects of public transport fare policy change together with built and non-built environment features on ridership: The case in South East Queensland, Australia, Yan Liu, Siqin Wang, and Bin Xie

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Obtaining transit information from users of a collaborative transit app: Platform-based and individual-related motivators, Rumana Islam Sarker, Sigal Kaplan, Marie Karen Anderson, Sonja Haustein, Markus Mailer, and Harry J.P. Timmermans

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Integrating Lagrangian and Eulerian observations for passenger flow state estimation in an urban rail transit network: A space-time-state hyper network-based assignment approach, Pan Shang, Ruimin Li, Jifu Guo, Kai Xian, and Xuesong Zhou

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Spatio-temporal travel patterns of elderly people – A comparative study based on buses usage in Qingdao, China, Fengjing Shao, Yi Sui, Xiang Yu, and Rencheng Sun

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Water transit and excess travel: discrete choice modelling of bus and ferry trips in Brisbane, Australia, Michael Tanko, Matthew I. Burke, and Barbara Yen

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The influence of weather conditions on adult transit ridership in the sub-tropics, Ming Wei, Yan Liu, Thomas Sigler, Xiaoyang Liu, and Jonathan Corcoran

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Recognizing metro-bus transfers from smart card data, De Zhao, Wei Wang, Chenyang Li, Yanjie Ji, Xiaojian Hu, and Wenfu Wang

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Commuting Efficiency Gains: Assessing Different Transport Policies with New Indicators, Jiangping Zhou, Enda Murphy, and Ying Long

Submissions from 2018

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Public transport trip purpose inference using smart card fare data, Azalden Alsger, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, Luis Ferreira, and Mark Hickman

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Estimating the residence zone of frequent public transport users to make travel pattern and time use analysis, Margarita Amaya, Ramón Cruzat, and Marcela A. Munizaga

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Automatic recognition of “low-quality” vehicles and bus stops in bus services, Benedetto Barabino

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Closing the Loop: Improving Transit through Crowdsourced Information, Sean J. Barbeau

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Data-Driven Opportunities from an Account-Based Fare Payment System, Raymond Chan, Maulik Vaishnav, Scott Wainwright, Paul Murray, and Alex Cui

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Strict and Deep Comparison of Revealed Transit Trip Structure between Computer-Assisted Telephone Interview Household Travel Survey and Smart Cards, Robert Chapleau, Philippe Gaudette, and Tim Spurr

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A Data-Driven Approach to Prioritizing Bus Schedule Revisions at New York City Transit, Malik Coleman, Lauren Tarte, Steve Chau, Brian Levine, and Alla Reddy

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Will commute drivers switch to park-and-ride under the influence of multimodal traveler information? A stated preference investigation, Hongcheng Gan and Xin Ye

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Estimation of population origin–interchange–destination flows on multimodal transit networks, Jason B. Gordon, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Nigel H.M. Wilson

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Using Twitter data for transit performance assessment: a framework for evaluating transit riders’ opinions about quality of service, N. Nima Haghighi, Xiaoyue Cathy Liu, Ran Wei, Wenwen Li, and Hu Shao

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WiFi Scanner Technologies for Obtaining Travel Data about Circulator Bus Passengers: Case Study in Obuse, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, Arief Hidayat, Shintaro Terabe, and Hideki Yaginuma

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The economics of seat provision in public transport, Daniel Hörcher, Daniel J. Graham, and Richard J. Anderson

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Supporting sustainable system adoption: Socio-semantic analysis of transit rider debates on social media, Moein Hosseini, Tamer El-Diraby, and Amer Shalaby

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Passenger arrival and waiting time distributions dependent on train service frequency and station characteristics: A smart card data analysis, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Otto Anker Nielsen, Sebastián Raveau, and Bo Friis Nielsen

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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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Public transport experienced service reliability: Integrating travel time and travel conditions, Erik Jenelius

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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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Large-scale transit market segmentation with spatial-behavioural features, Le Minh Kieu, Yuming Ou, and Chen Cai

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Optimal time point configuration of a bus route - A Markovian approach, W. Klumpenhouwer and S. C. Wirasinghe

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A robust method for estimating transit passenger trajectories using automated data, Pramesh Kumar, Alireza Khani, and Qing He

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Estimation of rail passenger flow and system utilization with ticket transaction and gate data, Yung-Cheng (Rex) Lai, Chung-Wei Huang, and Yu-Ting Hsu

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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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Utilizing mobile phone-based floating population data to measure the spatial accessibility to public transit, Won Kyung Lee, So Young Sohn, and Joon Heo

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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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Smart card data-centric replication of the multi-modal public transport system in Singapore, Xiaodong Liu, Yuan Zhou, and Andreas Rau

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Constructing Spatiotemporal Load Profiles of Transit Vehicles with Multiple Data Sources, Ding Luo, Loïc Bonnetain, Oded Cats, and Hans van Lint

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Spatiotemporal variation in travel regularity through transit user profiling, Ed Manley, Chen Zhong, and Michael Batty

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Estimation of Passengers Left Behind by Trains in High-Frequency Transit Service Operating Near Capacity, Eli Miller, Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, and Neema Nassir

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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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Understanding Transit System Performance Using AVL-APC Data: An Analytics Platform with Case Studies for the Pittsburgh Region, Xidong Pi, Mark Egge, Jackson Whitmore, Amy Silbermann, and Zhen Sean Qian

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Understanding Human Perception of Bus Fullness: An Empirical Study of Crowdsourced Fullness Ratings and Automatic Passenger Count Data, Xidong Pi, Zhen (Sean) Qian, Aaron Steinfeld, and Yun Huang

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Determining Effective Sample Size to Calibrate a Transit Assignment Model: A Bayesian Perspective, Mohadeseh Rahbar, Mark Hickman, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ahmad Tavassoli

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Bus Load Inference and Crowding Performance Evaluation through Disaggregate Analysis of Fare Transaction, Vehicle Location, and Passenger Count Data, Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, Laurel Paget-Seekins, Christopher W. Southwick, and John P. Attanucci

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Multidimensional visualization of transit smartcard data using space–time plots and data cubes, Ying Song, Yingling Fan, Xin Li, and Yanjie Ji

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Comparative Structural Evaluation of Transit Travel Demand using Travel Survey and Smart Card Data for Metropolitan Transit Financing, Tim Spurr, Antoine Leroux, and Robert Chapleau

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Extended Methodology for the Estimation of a Zonal Origin-Destination Matrix: A Planning Software Application Based on Smartcard Trip Data, Sebastián Tamblay, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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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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Application of smart card data in validating a large-scale multi-modal transit assignment model, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Mark Hickman

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Modelling passenger waiting time using large-scale automatic fare collection data: An Australian case study, Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah, and Ameneh Shobeirinejad

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Spatial variations in urban public ridership derived from GPS trajectories and smart card data, Wei Tu, Rui Cao, Yang Yue, Baoding Zhou, Qiuping Li, and Qingquan Li

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Small Steps, Big Differences: Assessing the Validity of using Home and Work Locations to Estimate Walking Distances to Transit, Marie-Pier Veillette, Robbin Deboosere, Rania Wasfi, Nancy Ross, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Applying Spatial Aggregation Methods to Identify Opportunities for New Bus Services in London, Cecilia Viggiano, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, Nigel H.M. Wilson, and John Attanucci

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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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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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A Real-Time Service Management Decision Support System for Train Dispatching at New York City Transit, Daniel Wood, Timon Stasko, Lauren Tarte, Darian Jefferson, and Alla Reddy

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Empirical Analysis of Traveling Backwards and Passenger Flows Reassignment on a Metro Network with Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Data and Train Diagram, Ruihua Xu, Yanan Li, Wei Zhu, and Sijie Li

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Unraveling traveler mobility patterns and predicting user behavior in the Shenzhen metro system, Chao Yang, Fenfan Yan, and Satish V. Ukkusuri

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Improving predictions of public transport usage during disturbances based on smart card data, Menno D. Yap, S. Nijënstein, and Niels van Oort

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Do different datasets tell the same story about urban mobility — A comparative study of public transit and taxi usage, Xiaohu Zhang, Yang Xu, Wei Tu, and Carlo Ratti

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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

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Individual mobility prediction using transit smart card data, Zhan Zhao, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Jinhua Zhao

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Analyzing Passenger Travel Demand Related to the Transportation Hub inside a City Area using Mobile Phone Data, Gang Zhong, Jian Zhang, Linchao Li, Xiaoxuan Chen, Fan Yang, and Bin Ran

Submissions from 2017

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Real-Time Bus-Holding Control Strategy to Reduce Passenger Waiting Time, Mohamadamin Asgharzadeh and Yousef Shafahi

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Improving Access to Transit through Crowdsourced Information, Sean J. Barbeau

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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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Real-Time Estimation of Platform Crowding for New York City Subway: Case Study at Wall Street Station on No. 2 and No. 3 Lines in Financial District, Adam Caspari, Brian Levine, Jeffrey Hanft, and Alla Reddy

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Tweeting Transit: An examination of social media strategies for transport information management during a large event, Caitlin Cottrill, Paul Gault, Godwin Yeboah, John D. Nelson, Jillian Anable, and Thomas Budd

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Investigating Potential Transit Ridership by Fusing Smartcard and Global System for Mobile Communications Data, Karin de Regt, Oded Cats, Niels Van Oort, and Hans van Lint

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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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A visual segmentation method for temporal smart card data, Mohammad Sajjad Ghaemi, Bruno Agard, Martin Trépanier, and Vahid Partovi Nia

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Identifying the Bias: Evaluating Effectiveness of Automatic Data Collection Methods in Estimating Details of Bus Dwell Time, Emily Grisé and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Redesigning subway map to mitigate bottleneck congestion: An experiment in Washington DC using Mechanical Turk, Zhan Guo, Jinhua Zhao, Chris Whong, Prachee Mishra, and Lance Wyman

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Future bus transport contracts under a mobility as a service (MaaS) regime in the digital age: Are they likely to change?, David A. Hensher

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A method to directly derive taste heterogeneity of travellers’ route choice in public transport from observed routes, Sung-Pil Hong, Kyung min Kim, Geunyeong Byeon, and Yun-Hong Min

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Crowding cost estimation with large scale smart card and vehicle location data, Daniel Hörcher, Daniel J. Graham, and Richard J. Anderson

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Train unit scheduling guided by historic capacity provisions and passenger count surveys, Zhiyuan Lin, Eva Barrena, and Raymond S.K. Kwan

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

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Forecasting short-term subway passenger flow under special events scenarios using multiscale radial basis function networks, Yang Li, Xudong Wang, Shuo Sun, Xiaolei Ma, and Guangquan Lu

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

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Travel mode estimation for multi-modal journey planner, Heikki Mäenpää, Andrei Lobov, and Jose L. Martinez Lastra

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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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Understanding commuting patterns using transit smart card data, Xiaolei Ma, Congcong Liu, Huimin Wen, Yunpeng Wang, and Yao-Jan Wu

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Quantile Regression Analysis of Transit Travel Time Reliability with Automatic Vehicle Location and Farecard Data, Zhenliang Ma, Sicong Zhu, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Luis Ferreira

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Conducting Onboard Transit Rider Surveys with Electronic Handheld Tablets: An Agencywide Consolidated Approach, Bibiana Kamler McHugh, Baofeng Dong, Joseph D. Recker, and Virginia Shank

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Statistical Inference of Transit Passenger Boarding Strategies from Farecard Data, Neema Nassir, Mark Hickman, and Zhenliang Ma

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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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Decision-Making Framework to Allocate Real-Time Passenger Information Signs at Bus Stops: Model Application in Athens, Greece, Styliani Papagianni, Christina Iliopoulou, Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, and Antony Stathopoulos

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PANDA: a software tool for improved train dispatching with focus on passenger flows, Ralf Rückert, Martin Lemnian, Christoph Blendinger, Steffen Rechner, and Matthias Müller-Hannemann

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Inference of Public Transportation Trip Destinations by Using Fare Transaction and Vehicle Location Data: Dynamic Programming Approach, Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez