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Submissions from 2014

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Transport priorities, risk perception and worry associated with mode use and preferences among Norwegian commuters, Trond Nordfjærn, Özlem Şimşekoğlu, Hans Brende Lind, Stig Halvard Jørgensen, and Torbjørn Rundmo

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Exploring the impact of a dedicated streetcar right-of-way on pedestrian motor vehicle collisions: A quasi experimental design, Sarah A. Richmond, Linda Rothman, Ron Buliung, Naomi Schwartz, Kristian Larsen, and Andrew Howard

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Do All Roadway Users Want the Same Things? Results from Roadway Design Survey of San Francisco Bay Area Pedestrians, Drivers, Bicyclists, and Transit Users, Rebecca L. Sanders and Jill F. Cooper

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Using the built environment to oversample walk, transit, and bicycle travel, Orion Theodore Stewart and Anne Vernez Moudon

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The happy commuter: A comparison of commuter satisfaction across modes, Evelyne St-Louis, Kevin Manaugh, Dea van Lierop, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Multimodal pricing and optimal design of urban public transport: The interplay between traffic congestion and bus crowding, Alejandro Tirachini, David H. Hensher, and John M. Rose

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Do Residents of Smart Growth Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California, Travel "Smarter"?, Pengyu Zhu, Hongwei Dong, and Cifang Wu

Submissions from 2013

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Waiting zones for realistic modelling of pedestrian dynamics: A case study using two major German railway stations as examples, Maria Davidich, Florian Geiss, Hermann Georg Mayer, Alexander Pfaffinger, and Christian Royer

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Optimizing itineraries in public transportation with walks between rides, Bram de Jonge and Ruud H. Teunter

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Riding More Frequently, Estimating Disaggregate Ridership Elasticity for a Large Urban Bus Transit Network, Charlotte Frei and Hani S. Mahmassani

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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A Research of Pedestrian Evacuation Simulation for BRT Station based on Fine Grid Method, Ji-hua Hu, Cheng-zhi Zhan, Zhi-feng Cheng, and Bo Cheng

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Rescuing the captive [mode] user: an alternative approach to transport market segmentation, Cynthia Jacques, Kevin Manaugh, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy

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Influence of approaching tram on behaviour of pedestrians in signalised crosswalks in Poland, Maciej Kruszyna and Jeremi Rychlewski

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Generating Route-Level Mutually Exclusive Service Areas, Sang Gu Lee, Daoqin Tong, and Mark Hickman

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Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal, Md Moniruzzaman, Antonio Páez, Khandker M. Nurul Habib, and Catherine Morency

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Valuing active travel: Including the health benefits of sustainable transport in transportation appraisal frameworks, Corinne Mulley, Rob Tyson, Peter McCue, Chris Rissel, and Cameron Munro

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Behavioral Characteristics of Pedestrian Flow on Stairway at Railway Station, Jiten Shah, G. J. Joshi, and Purnima Parida

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Improving the cost-benefit analysis of integrated PT, walking and cycling, M. Wedderburn and Colin Buchanan

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The Study of Pedestrian Accessibility to Rail Transit Stations based on KLP Model, Rongrong Yang, Hai Yan, Wen Xiong, and Tao Liu

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Relationship of Walk Access Distance to Rapid Rail Transit Stations with Personal characteristics and station context, Jinbao Zhao and Wei Deng

Submissions from 2012

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Impact of Bus Rapid Transit Systems on Road Safety Lessons from Bogotá, Colombia, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Juan Miguel Velasquez, Claudia Andrea Díaz, and Luis Eduardo Tafur

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Valuing perceived insecurity associated with use of and access to public transport, Maria Börjesson

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Risk of crashing with a tram: Perceptions of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, Carole Castranier, Françoise Paran, and Patricia Delhomme

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The influence of individual’s risk perception and attitudes on travel behavior, Wafa Elias and Yoram Shiftan

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Modeling public-transit connectivity with spatial quality-of-transfer measurements, Yuval Hadas and Prakash Ranjitkar

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Walking to the bus: perceived versus actual walking distance to bus stops for older adults, Daniel Baldwin Hess

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Walk the line: station context, corridor type and bus rapid transit walk access in Jinan, China, Yang Jiang, P. Christopher Zegras, and Shomik Mehndiratta

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Intermodal Path Algorithm for Time-Dependent Auto Network and Scheduled Transit Service, Alireza Khani, Sanggu Lee, Mark Hickman, Hyunsoo Noh, and Neema Nassir

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GIS based destination accessibility via public transit and walking in Auckland, New Zealand, Suzanne Mavoa, Karen Witten, Tim McCreanor, and David O'Sullivan

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A Proposal of Indicators for Evaluation of the Urban Space for Pedestrians and Cyclists in Access to Mass Transit Station, Fernanda B. Monteiro and Vânia B.G. Campos

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Modeling isoexposure to transit users for market potential analysis, Antonio Páez, Martin Trépanier, and Catherine Morency

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Benefits of shift from car to active transport, Ari Rabi and Audrey de Nazelle

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“If I Walked on my Own at Night I Stuck to Well Lit Areas.” Gendered spaces and urban transport in 20th century Britain, Barbara Schmucki

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Accessibility and safety indicators for all road users: case study Delhi BRT, Geetam Tiwari and Deepty Jain

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High-resolution spatio-temporal modeling of public transit accessibility, Calvin P. Tribby and Paul A. Zandbergen

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Commuters Rail Stations and Pedestrians Flows: The “Hardbrücke” Station in Zurich, Switzerland, Luca Urbani

Submissions from 2011

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The effect of social comparisons on commute well-being, Maya Abou-Zeid and Moshe Ben-Akiva

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Explaining walking distance to public transport: the dominance of public transport supply, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Modeling and Simulation of Rail Transit Pedestrian Flow, Qingyan Ding, Xifu Wang, Qingchao Shan, and Xiuyuan Zhang

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Enabling Cost-Effective Multimodal Trip Planners through Open Transit Data, Edward L. Hillsman and Sean J. Barbeau

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Walking to transit: An unexpected source of physical activity, Catherine Morency, Martin Trépanier, and Marie Demers

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The challenge of getting to the station passenger experiences, Passengerfocus

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Generation of walking, cycling and public transport trips: pilot study, Lee Pike

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Users’ preferences towards innovative and conventional public transport, Paolo Delle Site, Francesco Filippi, and Gabriele Giustiniani

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Spatial distribution of the journey to work by sustainable modes in Australian cities, John Stone and Paul Mees

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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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Estimating Personal Physical Activity from Transport, Russell G. Thompson and Horst Kayak

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Using GIS to Identify Pedestrian-Vehicle Crash Hot Spots and Unsafe Bus Stops, Long Tien Truon and Sekhar V.C. Somenahalli

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Driving to Suburban Rail Stations Understanding Variables That Affect Driving Distance and Station Demand, Nithya Vijayakumar, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, and Zachery Patterson

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Comparative Study of Pedestrian Accessibility to Transit Stations Using Free and Proprietary Network Data, Dennis Zielstra and Hartwig H. Hochmair

Submissions from 2010

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Determinants of transport mode choice: a comparison of Germany and the USA, Ralph Buehler

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Walking school buses in the Auckland region: A longitudinal assessment, Damian Collins and Robin A. Kearns

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Vehicle and Pedestrian Safety at Light Rail Stops in Mixed Traffic, Graham Currie and James Reynolds

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Using GIS for Measuring Transit Stop Accessibility Considering Actual Pedestrian Road Network, Mohamed A. Foda and Ahmed O. Osman

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Walking accessibility to bus rapid transit: Does it affect property values? The case of Bogotá, Colombia, Ramon Munoz-Raskin

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Public lighting for safe and attractive pedestrian areas, Opus Central Laboratories

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Understanding the school journey: integrating data on travel and environment, Colin Pooley, Duncan Whyatt, Marion Walker, Gemma Davies, Paul Coulton, and Will Bamford

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Rail Station Access – an assessment of options, Conor Semler and Chris Hale

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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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Built Environment and Pedestrian Behavior at Rail Rapid Transit Stations in Bangkok, Craig Townsend and John Zacharias

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Can Transit-Oriented Development Reduce Peak-Hour Congestion?, Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2009

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Extent to Which Sustainable Travel to Work Can Be Explained by Neighborhood Design Characteristics, Paulus T. Aditjandra, Corinne Mulley, and John D. Nelson

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Modal Choices and Spending Patterns of Travelers to Downtown San Francisco, California: Impacts of Congestion Pricing on Retail Trade, Elizabeth M. Bent and Krute Singa

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Study on Service-Level Classification of Platforms in Beijing Urban Rail Transit, Shouhua Cao, Zhenzhou Yuan, Yanhong Li, Peifeng Hu, and Lynwood Johnson

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The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy

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Influences of Built Environments on Walking and Cycling: Lessons from Bogota, Robert Cervero, Olga L. Sarmiento, Enrique Jacoby, Luis Fernando Gomez, and Andrea Neiman

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Improving Pedestrian and Motorist Safety Along Light Rail Alignments, Don Cleghorn, Allison Clavelle, Jonathan Boone, Maurice Masliah, and Herbert S. Levinson

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Severity of injury resulting from pedestrian-vehicle crashes: What can we learn from examining the built environment?, Kelly J. Clifton, Carolina V. Burnier, and Gulsah Akar

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Field Studies of Operations and Conflicts in Drop-Off-Pick-Up Zones, Scott A. Cooner

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Access Walking Distance, Transit Use, and Transit-Oriented Development in North York City Center, Toronto, Canada, David F. Crowley, Amer S. Shalaby, and Hossein Zarei

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

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Achieving Carbon-Efficient Transportation: Backcasting from London, Robin Hickman, Olu Ashiru, and David Banister

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Not All Transfers Are Created Equal: Towards a Framework Relating Transfer Connectivity to Travel Behaviour, Hiroyuki Iseki and Brian D. Taylor

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Increase in particle number emissions from motor vehicles due to interruption of steady traffic flow, E R. Jayaratne, L Wang, D Heuff, L Morawska, and Luis Ferreira

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A Street Management Framework for Lower Manhattan in New York City: The Downtown of the 21st Century, Trent Lethco, Allison Davis, Steven Weber, and Suchitra Sanagavarapu

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Application of Pedestrian Intersection Safety Index in Planning Access to New Rail Stations, Daniel Nabors, Dalia Leven, and Frank Spielberg

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The relationship between segment-level built environment attributes and pedestrian activity around Bogota's BRT stations, Daniel A. Rodriguez, Elizabeth M. Brisson, and Nicolas Estupinan

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Transit's Effect on Mileage Responses to Oregon's Experiment in Road Pricing, Anthony M. Rufolo and Thomas J. Kimpel

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Pedestrian environments and transit ridership, Sherry Ryan

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Pilot Model for Estimating Pedestrian Intersection Crossing Volumes, Robert J. Schneider, Lindsay S. Arnold, and David R. Ragland

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Analysis of Transit Safety at Signalized Intersections in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Farhad Shahla, Amer Shalaby, Bhagwant N. Persaud, and Alireza Hadayeghi

Submissions from 2008

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Walking Speed of Older Pedestrians Who Use Canes or Walkers for Mobility, Jorge Arango and Jeannette Montufar

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School Travel Plans: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation, Hazel Baslington

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A Low-Cost Pedestrian-Detection System With a Single Optical Camera, Xian-Bin Cao, Hong Qiao, and John Keane

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Is Alternative Development Undersupplied? Examination of Residential Preferences and Choices of Northern California Movers, Xinyu Cao

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Boarding and Alighting Experiments: Overview of Setup and Performance and Some Preliminary Results, Winnie Daamen, Yu-chen Lee, and Paul Wiggenraad

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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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Multimodal Level of Service for Urban Streets, Richard G. Dowling, Aimee Flannery, Bruce W. Landis, Theodore Anton Petritsch, Nagui M. Rouphail, and Paul Ryus

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Gender and Travel Behavior in Two Arab Communities in Israel, Wafa Elias, Gregory L. Newmark, and Yoram Shiftan

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Urban Form, Travel Time, and Cost Relationships with Tour Complexity and Mode Choice, Lawrence Frank, Mark Bradley, Sarah Kavage, James Chapman, and T Keith Lawton

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Visibility and Conspicuity of Detectable Warnings for Pedestrians with Visual Impairments, James W. Jenness and Jeremiah Singer

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Curbing Automobile Use for Sustainable Transportation: Analysis of Mode Choice on Short Home-Based Trips, Sungyop Kim and Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson

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Accelerating Moving Walkway: A review of the characteristics and potential application, Indraswari Kusumaningtyas and Gabriel Lodewijks

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Corridor-Based Emergency Evacuation System for Washington, D.C.: System Development and Case Study, Yue Liu, Gang-Len Chang, Ying Liu, and Xiaorong Lai

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Household interactions and children's school travel: the effect of parental work patterns on walking and biking to school, Noreen C. McDonald

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Risk of Pedestrian Collision Occurrence: Case Control Study of Collision Locations on State Routes in King County and Seattle, Washington, Anne Vernez Moudon, Lin Lin, Philip Hurvitz, and Paula Reeves

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Ensemble of Multiple Pedestrian Representations, Loris Nanni and Alessandra Lumini

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Guidebook for Mitigating Fixed-Route Bus-and-Pedestrian Collisions, Kelley Klaver Pecheux, Jocelyn K. Bauer, Sheryl Miller, Jennifer A. Rephlo, Harry Saporta, Samantha Erickson, Sue Knapp, and Jason Quan

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Pedestrian Level-of-Service Model for Arterials, Theodore Anton Petritsch, Bruce W. Landis, Herman F. Huang, and Richard G. Dowling