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Submissions from 2018

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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 station-based rail transit network vulnerability measure considering land use dependency, Ruoyun Jiang, Qing-Chang Lu, and Zhong-Ren Peng

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Transit investments and neighborhood change: On the likelihood of change, Isabelle Nilsson and Elizabeth Delmelle

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

Submissions from 2017

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Perspectives of travel strategies in light of the new metro and bus networks in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia, Omar Alotaibi and Dimitris Potoglou

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Evaluating the roles and powers of rail regulatory bodies in Europe: A survey-based approach, Valerio Benedetto, Andrew S.J. Smith, and Chris A. Nash

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Vienna's path to sustainable transport, Ralph Buehler, John Pucher, and Alan Altshuler

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How can public transit get people out of their cars? An analysis of transit mode choice for commute trips in Los Angeles, Sandip Chakrabarti

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Vehicle kilometers traveled reduction impacts of Transit-Oriented Development: Evidence from Shanghai City, Faan Chen, Jiaorong Wu, Xiaohong Chen, and Jianjun Wang

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Impacts of New Light Rail Transit Service on Riders' Residential Relocation Decisions, You-Lian Chu, Yi Deng, and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu

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Evidence-Based Transit and Land Use Sketch Planning Using Interactive Accessibility Methods on Combined Schedule and Headway-Based Networks, Matthew Wigginton Conway, Andrew Byrd, and Marco van der Linden

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Value of Rail: The contribution of rail in Australia, Deloitte Access Economics

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Modelling the potential for cycling in access trips to bus, train and metro in Rio de Janeiro, Flavia de Souza, Lissy La Paix Puello, Mark Brussel, Romulo Orrico, and Martin van Maarseveen

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Effectiveness of Transit Oriented Development in Reducing Car Use: Case Study of Subiaco, Western Australia, Brittany Griffiths and Carey Curtis

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Sustainability evaluation of rapid routes for buses with a network DEA model, Jin-Seok Hahn, Seung-Young Kho, Keechoo Choi, and Dong-Kyu Kim

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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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The interplay of formal and informal institutions between local and regional authorities when creating well-functioning public transport systems, Robert Hrelja, Jason Monios, Tom Rye, Karolina Isaksson, and Christina Scholten

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Is travel based residential self-selection a significant influence in modal choice and household location decisions?, John Humphreys and Aoife Ahern

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Analysing improvements to on-street public transport systems: a mesoscopic model approach, Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Jonas Kornerup Jensen, and Otto Anker Nielsen

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Open PFLOW: Creation and evaluation of an open dataset for typical people mass movement in urban areas, Takehiro Kashiyama, Yanbo Pang, and Yoshihide Sekimoto

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Mismatches in stakeholder communication: The case of the Leslie and Ferrand transit stations, Toronto, Canada, S. N. Kinawy, M. Nik Bakht, and T. E. El-Diraby

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Relationship between transit modal split and intra-city trip ratio by car for compact city planning of municipalities in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, Seungil Lee, Youngsoo An, and Kijung Kim

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Planning transport infrastructure: examining the politics of transport planning in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, Crystal Legacy, Carey Curtis, and Jan Scheurer

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Two dimensional accessibility analysis of metro stations in Xi’an, China, Linbo Li, Huan Ren, Shanshan Zhao, Zhengyu Duan, Yahua Zhang, and Anming Zhang

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Exploring car ownership and car use in neighborhoods near metro stations in Beijing: Does the neighborhood built environment matter?, Shengxiao Li and Zhao Pengjun

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Creating inequality in accessibility: The relationships between public transport and social housing policy in deprived areas of Santiago de Chile, Cristhian Figueroa Martínez, Frances Hodgson, Caroline Mullen, and Paul Timms

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San Pablo, California, Corridor Rapid Service: Planning and 10 Years of Operational Experience, Peter Martin and Nathan Landau

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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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Lifting peripheral fortunes: Upgrading transit improves spatial, income and gender equity in Medellin, Blanca Fernandez Milan and Felix Creutzig

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A strategic planning model for the passenger rail implementation process: The case of Mexico, Monica Marina Mondragón-Ixtlahuac, Juan Carlos Cortés-Martínez, and David Joaquín Delgado-Hernández

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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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Transit-oriented development in an urban rail transportation corridor, Ya-Ting Peng, Zhi-Chun Li, and Keechoo Choi

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Transit commuting, the network accessibility effect, and the built environment in station areas across the United States, John L. Renne, Shima Hamidi, and Reid Ewing

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The Scandinavian Way to Better Public Transport, Tom Rye

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Exploring the social and spatial potential of an intermodal approach to transport planning, Lake Sagaris, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken, and Stefan Steiniger

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Transforming the Urban Space through Transit-Oriented Development: The 3V Approach, Serge Salat and Gerald Ollivier

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Joint optimization of tram timetables and signal timing adjustments at intersections, Jungang Shi, Yanshuo Sun, Paul Schonfeld, and Jian Qi

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Measuring TOD around transit nodes - Towards TOD policy, Yamini Jain Singh, Azhari Lukman, Johannes Flacke, Mark Zuidgeest, and M. F.A.M. Van Maarseveen

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Integrated planning of park-and-ride facilities and transit service, Ziqi Song, Yi He, and Lihui Zhang

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The Future of Mobility, Tourism and Transport Forum

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Exploring built environment correlates of walking distance of transit egress in the Twin Cities, Jueyu Wang and Xinyu Cao

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The relationship between transit rich neighborhoods and transit ridership: Evidence from the decentralization of poverty, Kyungsoon Wang and Myungje Woo

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Measuring the expected locational accessibility of urban transit network for commuting trips, Wangtu (Ato) Xu, Wei Zhang, and Ling Li

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A Decade of Transit Oriented Development Policies in Brisbane, Australia: Development and Land-Use Impacts, Katie Yang and Dorina Pojani

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The spatial characteristics and influencing factors of modal accessibility gaps: A case study for Guangzhou, China, Wenyue Yang, Bi Yu Chen, Xiaoshu Cao, Tao Li, and Peng Li

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Commuter-Centric Resilience Index for Rapid Transit System Networks: Case Study of the Singapore Mass Rapid Transit Network, Jian Sheng Yeung, Jason B.P. Lee, Yun Han Wee, and Keng Seng Mak

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Evaluation of transit proximity effects on residential land prices: an empirical study in Austin, Texas, Haitao Yu, Ming Zhang, and Hao Pang

Submissions from 2016

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Delhi's land cover change in post transit era, Sohail Ahmad, Ram Avtar, Mahendra Sethi, and Akhilesh Surjan

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Toward a Typology of Transit Corridor Livability, Bruce Appleyard, Christopher E. Ferrell, and Matthew Taecker

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Does transit mode influence the transit-orientation of urban development? – An empirical study, Laura Aston, Graham Currie, and Katerina Pavkova

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Complete Streets Policies and Public Transit, Andrew Babb and Kari Edison Watkins

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Investigating transit and pedestrian accessibility for age-restricted communities using spatial analysis, Michelle Oswald Beiler, Ben Seketa, and William Swiatek

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Weather, transport mode choices and emotional travel experiences, Lars Böcker, Martin Dijst, and Jan Faber

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Real estate development in anticipation of the Green Line light rail transit in St. Paul, Xinyu (Jason) Cao and Dean Porter-Nelson

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Commuting practices: New insights into modal shift from theories of social practice, Noel Cass and James Faulconbridge

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Examining the influence of stop level infrastructure and built environment on bus ridership in Montreal, Vincent Chakour and Naveen Eluru

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Optimizing location and capacity of rail-based Park-and-Ride sites to increase public transport usage, Xinyuan Chen, Zhiyuan Liu, and Graham Currie

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Developing transit-oriented corridors: Insights from Tokyo, Paul Chorus and Luca Bertolini

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Should Transit Continue to Chase Development? Scenario Modeling and Analysis Supporting Regional Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness in Washington, D.C., Region, Allison Davis and Dalia Leven

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BRT in Brazil: Designing services in function of given infrastructure projects or designing infrastructure in function of established service quality patterns?, Joaquim José Guilherme de Aragão, Yaeko Yamashita, and Romulo Dante Orrico Filho

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Incremental Urban Intensification: Transit-oriented Re-development of Small-lot Corridors, Kim Dovey, Lucinda Pike, and Ian Woodcock

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Livable Transit Corridors: Methods, Metrics, and Strategies, Christopher E. Ferrell, Bruce S. Appleyard, Matthew Taecker, Chris Allen, Courtney Armusewicz, and Caleb Schroder

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Estimating the impact of metro rail stations on residential property values: evidence from Tehran, Amir Forouhar

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Developers' perspectives on transit-oriented development, Andrew Guthrie and Yingling Fan

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Weakening Obstacles to Transit Use: Changes in Relationships with Child Rearing and Automobile Access from 2000 to 2010, Andrew Guthrie and Yingling Fan

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Value of Transit as Reflected in U.S. Single-Family Home Premiums: A Meta-Analysis, Shima Hamidi, Katherine Kittrell, and Reid Ewing

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Assessing the usage and level-of-service of pedestrian facilities in train stations: A Swiss case study, Flurin S. Hänseler, Michel Bierlaire, and Riccardo Scarinci

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A multi-criteria approach of assessing public transport accessibility at a strategic level, Yaser E. Hawas, Mohammad Nurul Hassan, and Ammar Abulibdeh

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A latent class method for classifying and evaluating the performance of station area transit-oriented development in the Toronto region, Christopher D. Higgins and Pavlos S. Kanaroglou

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The cost of convenience; Air pollution and noise on freeway and arterial light rail station platforms in Los Angeles, Douglas Houston, Andy Dang, Jun Wu, Zohir Chowdhury, and Rufus Edwards

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The association between transit access and auto ownership: evidence from Guangzhou, China, Xiaoyan Huang, Xiaoshu Cao, and Jason Cao

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How does the propensity of living near rail transit moderate the influence of rail transit on transit trip frequency in Xi'an?, Xiaoyan Huang, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Xiaoshu Cao, and Jiangbin Yin

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Transit Supportive Parking Policies and Programs: A Synthesis of Transit Practice, Lisa Jacobson and Rachel R. Weinberger

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Characterisation of and reflections on the synergy of bicycles and public transport, R. Kager, L. Bertolini, and M. Te Brömmelstroet

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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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Determinants of residential dissonance: Implications for transit-oriented development in Brisbane, Md. Kamruzzaman, Douglas Baker, Simon Washington, and Gavin Turrell

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Streetcar projects as spatial planning: A shift in transport planning in the United States, David A. King and Lauren Ames Fischer

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The feasibility of introducing light rail systems in medium-sized towns in Central Europe, Arkadiusz Kołoś and Jakub Taczanowski

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Transit Stop Environments and Waiting Time Perception: Impacts of Trees, Traffic Exposure, and Polluted Air, Marina Lagune-Reutler, Andrew Guthrie, Yingling Fan, and David Levinson

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Developing a TOD typology for Beijing metro station areas, Guowei Lyu, Luca Bertolini, and Karin Pfeffer

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Alternative Methods for the Calculation of Pedestrian Catchment Areas for Public Transit, Karina Macias

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Tram Safety in Mixed Traffic: Best Practices from Switzerland, Christian M. Marti, Jonas Kupferschmid, Michael Schwertner, Andrew Nash, and Ulrich Weidmann

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Optimization of Main Public Transport Paths Based on Accessibility — Case Study: Mashhad, Iran, Houman Shadab Mehr, Mohamad Rahim Rahnama, Mohamad Ajza Shokouhi, and Ezatollah Mafi

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Influence of Socio-Demography and Operating Streetscape on Last-Mile Mode Choice, M. Meng, P. P. Koh, and Y. D. Wong

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When and how much does new transport infrastructure add to property values? Evidence from the bus rapid transit system in Sydney, Australia, Corinne Mulley and Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai

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Airport rail links and economic productivity: Evidence from 82 cities with the world’s 100 busiest airports, Jin Murakami, Yurika Matsui, and Hironori Kato

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A network governance approach to transit-oriented development: Integrating urban transport and land use policies in Urumqi, China, Rui Mu and Martin de Jong

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The Entrepreneur Rail Model: Funding urban rail through majority private investment in urban regeneration, Peter Newman, Sebastian Davies-Slate, and Evan Jones

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Rationalities and materialities of light rail scapes, Mette Olesen and Claus Lassen

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Mass Rapid Transit for Perth & Peel @ 3.5 Million and Beyond, Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC)

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Streetcar Resurgence in the United States: Transit Strategy, Growth Machine Tactic, or Some of Both?, Luis Enrique Ramos-Santiago, Jeffrey R. Brown, and Hilary Nixon

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Map-induced journey-planning biases for a simple network: A Docklands Light Railway study, Maxwell J. Roberts and Doug Rose

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Evaluating how cycle-bus integration could contribute to “sustainable” transport, Lake Sagaris and Anvita Arora

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Planning Urban Ring Rail Transit Lines: Case Study of Shanghai, China, Saeid Saidi, Yuxiong Ji, Cheng Cheng, Jinping Guan, Shengchuan Jiang, Lina Kattan, Yuchuan Du, and S. C. Wirasinghe

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Applying AHP and Clustering Approaches for Public Transportation Decisionmaking: A Case Study of Isfahan City, Alireza Salavati, Hossein Haghshenas, Bahador Ghadirifaraz, Jamshid Laghaei, and Ghodrat Eftekhari

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Czechoslovak light rail — Legacy of socialist urbanism or opportunity for the future?, Daniel Seidenglanz, Martin Kvizda, Tomáš Nigrin, Zdeněk Tomeš, and Jiří Dujka

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Public Transport Accessibility Levels for Ahmedabad, India, Jay S. Shah and Bhargav Adhvaryu

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Factors affecting car ownership and mode choice in rail transit-supported suburbs of a large Chinese city, Qing Shen, Peng Chen, and Haixiao Pan

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Creating a Bus Rapid Transit Boulevard: Making Woodhaven Boulevard Select Bus Service Work for Transit, Traffic, and the Public in Queens, New York, Varanesh Singh, Eric B. Beaton, Taylor Reiss Gouge, and Nina Harvey Schatmeier

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How do metro stations integrate with walking environments? Results from walking access within three types of built environment in Beijing, Guibo Sun, John Zacharias, Ben Ma, and Nicolas M. Oreskovic