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Submissions from 2021

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What the newcomers to transit-oriented development are confronted with? Evidence from Iranian policy and planning, Mohammad Hamed Abdi

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Understanding Contextual Attractiveness Factors of Transit Orientated Shopping Mall Developments (Tosmds) for Shopping Mall Passengers on the Dubai Metro Red Line, Ayman Abutaleb, Kevin McDougall, Marita Basson, Rumman Hassan, and Muhammad Nateque Mahmood

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Walk-to-transit demand estimation methods applied at the parcel level to improve pedestrian infrastructure investment, Mojdeh Azad, Dua Abdelqader, Luis M. Taboada, and Christopher R. Cherry

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Transit development and housing displacement: The case of the Chicago Red Line Extension, Dwayne Marshall Baker, Esteban Lopez, and Andrew J. Greenlee

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Understanding the influence of a downstream-side bus stop on saturation flows at an isolated junction, Chandra Balijepalli and Dennis Alima

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Accelerating sustainable mobility and land-use transitions in rapidly growing cities: Identifying common patterns and enabling factors, Clemence Cavoli

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Evaluating the value of new metro lines using route diversity measures: The case of Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway system, Ho-Yin Chan, Anthony Chen, Guoyuan Li, Xiangdong Xu, and William Lam

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Driving change: Exploring the adoption of multimodal local traffic impact assessment practices, Tabitha S. Combs and Noreen McDonald

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Site characteristics associated with multi-modal trip generation rates at residential developments, Chris De Gruyter, Seyed Mojib Zahraee, and Nirajan Shiwakoti

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A streetcar to be desired? The development of a new approach to measure perception of place quality in the context of tram network modernisation, Matthew J. Diemer, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, Md. Kamruzzaman, and Ian Hopkins

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Non-linear associations between zonal built environment attributes and transit commuting mode choice accounting for spatial heterogeneity, Chuan Ding, Xinyu Cao, Bin Yu, and Yang Ju

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Evaluating the impacts of transit-oriented developments (TODs) on household transportation expenditures in California, Hongwei Dong

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Hybrid pedestrian and transit priority zoning policies in an urban street network: Evaluating network traffic flow impacts with analytical approximation, Nicholas Fournier

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Dockless bike-sharing as a feeder mode of metro commute? The role of the feeder-related built environment: Analytical framework and empirical evidence, Yuanyuan Guo, Linchuan Yang, Yi Lu, and Rui Zhao

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Density-oriented public transport corridors: Decoding their influence on BRT ridership at station-level and time-slot in Bogotá, Luis A. Guzman and Santiago Gomez Cardona

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Euston station redevelopment: Regeneration or gentrification?, Robin Hickman, Milena Martinez Garcia, Michel Arnd, and Luisa Feyo Guimaraes Peixoto

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Perceptions of neighborhood change in a Latinx transit corridor, Douglas Houston and Michelle E. Zuñiga

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Case comparison of typical transit-oriented-development stations in Tokyo district in the context of sustainability: Spatial visualization analysis based on FAHP and GIS, Lu Ke, Katsunori Furuya, and Shixian Luo

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The mismatch between strategic planning and sustainable transport: The case of Greater Manchester’s Spatial Framework 2019, Richard D. Knowles

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Transport equity considerations of a ‘Trackless Tram-Entrepreneur Rail Model’, Iain Lawrie

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Thinking regional and acting local: Assessing the joint influence of local and regional accessibility on commute mode in Montreal, Canada, P. Lussier-Tomaszewski and G. Boisjoly

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Infrastructure requirement for autonomous vehicle integration for future urban and suburban roads – Current practice and a case study of Melbourne, Australia, Hesavar Manivasakan, Riddhi Kalra, Steve O'Hern, Yihai Fang, Yinfei Xi, and Nan Zheng

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Residents’ choices and preferences regarding transit-oriented housing, Li Meng, Rita Yi Man Li, Michael A.P. Taylor, and Derek Scrafton

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Design and analysis of control strategies for pedestrian flows, Nicholas Molyneaux, Riccardo Scarinci, and Michel Bierlaire

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10 Questions to Ask About Planning, Financing and Implementing Transit Oriented Development Strategies, Christopher Moon-Miklaucic, Albert Amos, Prerna Mehta, Luana Priscila Betti, and Henrique Evers

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Urban planning and quality of life: A review of pathways linking the built environment to subjective well-being, Kostas Mouratidis

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Influence of Rail Transit on Development Patterns in the Mountain Mega-Region with a Surprise and Implications for Rail Transit and Land-Use Planning, Arthur C. Nelson and Robert Hibberd

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Transport accessibility, residential satisfaction, and moving intention in a context of limited travel mode choice, Rosechin Olfindo

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First-/last-mile experience matters: The influence of the built environment on satisfaction and loyalty among public transit riders, Keunhyun Park, Anna Farb, and Shuolei Chen

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Public transit accessibility approach to understand the equity for public healthcare services: A case study of Greater Mumbai, Gajanand Sharma and Gopal R. Patil

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How affordable are accessible locations? Neighborhood affordability in U.S. urban areas with intra-urban rail service, Matan E. Singer

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Bypassing institutional barriers: New types of transit-oriented development in China, Yun Song, Martin de Jong, and Dominic Stead

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A Comparison of Transit-Oriented Development in Sendai, Japan and Adelaide, Australia, Zhaohong Sun, Derek Scrafton, Andrew Allan, and Sekhar Somenahalli

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Transit-oriented development (TOD) typologies around metro station areas in urban China: A comparative analysis of five typical megacities for planning implications, Shiliang Su, Hui Zhang, Miao Wang, Min Weng, and Mengjun Kang

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The integration of active travel and public transport in Norwegian policy packages: A study on ‘access, egress and transfer’ and their positioning in two multilevel contractual agreements, Anders Tønnesen, Marianne Knapskog, Tanu Priya Uteng, and Kjersti Visnes Øksenholt

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Rail transit investments and economic development: Challenges for small businesses, Sara Tornabene and Isabelle Nilsson

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Exploring the effects of the built environment on commuting mode choice in neighborhoods near public transit stations: evidence from China, Xiaoquan Wang, Chunfu Shao, Chaoying Yin, and Chunjiao Dong

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Elaborating non-linear associations and synergies of subway access and land uses with urban vitality in Shenzhen, Jiawen Yang, Jason Cao, and Yufei Zhou

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Towards Sustainable Mobility with Transit-Oriented Development (TOD): Understanding Greater Kuala Lumpur, Jeffrey Boon Hui Yap, Chia Yee Chua, and Martin Skitmore

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Association between subway and life satisfaction: Evidence from Xi’an, China, Jiangbin Yin, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, and Xiaoyan Huang

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Long-term pathways to deep decarbonization of the transport sector in the post-COVID world, Runsen Zhang and Junyi Zhang

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Understanding the roles of rail stations: Insights from network approaches in the London metropolitan area, Yuerong Zhang, Stephen Marshall, and Ed Manley

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Incorporating Low-Stress Bicycling Connectivity into Expanded Transit Service Coverage, Ting Zuo, Heng Wei, and Na Chen

Submissions from 2020

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Enhancing the use of transit in arid regions: Case of Abu Dhabi, Mayada Adnan Almardood and Praveen Maghelal

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Exploring built environment impacts on transit use – an updated meta-analysis, Laura Aston, Graham Currie, Alexa Delbosc, Md. Kamruzzaman, and David Teller

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Commuting inequality, role of urban structure, and identification of disadvantaged groups in the Mexico City metropolitan area, Dorian Antonio Bautista-Hernández

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Slowly coming out of COVID-19 restrictions in Australia: Implications for working from home and commuting trips by car and public transport, Matthew J. Beck, David A. Hensher, and Edward Wei

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Unfolding barriers for urban mobility plan in small and medium municipalities – A case study in Brazil, Barbara Stolte Bezerra, Ana Laura Lordelo dos Santos, and Diego V.G. Delmonico

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Do high income households reduce driving more when living near rail transit?, Marlon G. Boarnet, Raphael W. Bostic, Seva Rodnyansky, Evgeny Burinskiy, Andrew Eisenlohr, Huê-Tâm Jamme, and Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei

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Comparison of System Characteristics of the Guangzhou Water Transit System with Its International Peers, Matthew I. Burke, Lizhu Dai, and Abraham Leung

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Comparison of efficiency between public and private transport modes using excess commuting: An experience in Dar es Salaam, Hannibal Bwire and Emil Zengo

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Identifying transit deserts for low-income commuters in Wuhan Metropolitan Area, China, Mingming Cai, Junfeng Jiao, Minghai Luo, and Yanfang Liu

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Coordination between node, place, and ridership: Comparing three transit operators in Tokyo, Zhejing Cao, Yasuo Asakura, and Zongbo Tan

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Integrating node-place and trip end models to explore drivers of rail ridership in Flanders, Belgium, Freke Caset, Simon Blainey, Ben Derudder, Kobe Boussauw, and Frank Witlox

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Factors underlying the connections between active transportation and public transit at commuter rail in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Kevin Chan and Steven Farber

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Do people walk more in transit-accessible places?, Yunkyung Choi and Subhrajit Guhathakurta

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How does the built environment affect transit use by train, tram and bus?, Chris De Gruyter, Tayebeh Saghapour, Liang Ma, and Jago Dodson

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Can high quality public transport support reduced car parking requirements for new residential apartments?, Chris De Gruyter, Long T. Truong, and Elizabeth J. Taylor

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A GIS-based method for evaluating the walkability of a pedestrian environment and prioritised investments, Gabriele D'Orso and Marco Migliore

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Marginal Impacts of Park-and-Ride Facilities in the Twin Cities Region of the US, Michael Duncan and Jason Cao

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Sustainable urban futures from transportation and planning to networked urban mobilities, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen

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Transit oriented development and retail: Is variation in success explained by a gap between theory and practice?, Joanna Ganning and Matthew McKee Miller

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Understanding urban mobility patterns from a spatiotemporal perspective: daily ridership profiles of metro stations, Zuoxian Gan, Min Yang, Tao Feng, and Harry Timmermans

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Intermodality in European metropolises: The current state of the art, and the results of an expert survey covering Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Paris, Mirko Goletz, Sonja Haustein, Christina Wolking, and Alain L'Hostis

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How is public transit in the megacity peripheral relocatees’ area in China? Captive transit rider and dynamic modal accessibility gap analytics in a peripheral large-scale residential area in Shanghai, China, Jinping Guan, Kai Zhang, Shuang Zhang, and Yizhou Chen

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Institute of Transportation Engineers Guidelines versus Actual Trip and Parking Generation for a Transit-Oriented Development in an Auto-Oriented Region, Shima Hamidi, Roya Etminani-Ghasrodashti, Sanggyun Kang, and Reid Ewing

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Are we keeping up? Accessibility, equity and air quality in regional planning, Johanna Heyer, Matthew Palm, and Deb Niemeier

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The governance of attractive public transport: Informal institutions, institutional entrepreneurs, and problem-solving know-how in Oslo and Amsterdam, Fabio Hirschhorn, Didier van de Velde, Wijnand Veeneman, and Ernst ten Heuvelhof

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Transit-oriented development: A review of research achievements and challenges, Anna Ibraeva, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Cecília Silva, and António Pais Antunes

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A sustainable approach for selecting and timing the urban transportation infrastructure projects in large-scale networks: A case study of Isfahan, Iran, Razieh Khayamim, Seyyed-Nader Shetab-Boushehrib, Seyyed-Mohammadreza Hosseininasab, and Hadi Karimi

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Transport's historical, contemporary and future role in shaping urban development: Re-evaluating transit oriented development, Richard D. Knowles, Fiona Ferbrache, and Alexandros Nikitas

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Catchment if you can: The effect of station entrance and exit locations on accessibility, Bahman Lahoorpoor and David M. Levinson

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Effects of transit-oriented development (TOD) on housing prices: A case study in Wuhan, China, Jianyi Li and Hao Huang

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Effect of Urban Rail Transit Lines Linking the New Towns on Land Value Uplift in the Megacity Based on Difference-in-Difference Model, Junfang Li, Zhigang Liu, Jie Yu, and Hua Hu

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Spatially varying impacts of built environment factors on rail transit ridership at station level: A case study in Guangzhou, China, Shaoying Li, Dijiang Lyu, Guanping Huang, Xiaohu Zhang, Feng Gao, Yuting Chen, and Xiaoping Liu

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The varying patterns of rail transit ridership and their relationships with fine-scale built environment factors: Big data analytics from Guangzhou, Shaoying Li, Dijiang Lyu, Xiaoping Liu, Zhangzhi Tan, Feng Gao, Guanping Huang, and Zhifeng Wu

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Job growth, accessibility, and changing commuting burden of employment centres in Melbourne, Tiebei Li and Jago Dodson

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A conceptual framework and implementation tool for land use planning for corridor transit oriented development, Liwen Liu, Ming Zhang, and Tao Xu

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Analysis of the impact of street-scale built environment design near metro stations on pedestrian and cyclist road segment choice: A stated choice experiment, Yanan Liu, Dujuan Yang, Harry J.P. Timmermans, and Bauke de Vries

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Considering context and dynamics: A classification of transit-orientated development for New York City, Yunzhe Liu, Alex Singleton, and Daniel Arribas-Bel

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A review of transit accessibility models: Challenges in developing transit accessibility models, Ali Malekzadeh and Edward Chung

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The role of city geometry in determining the utility of a small urban light rail/tram system, Michael Mc Gettrick

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Reflecting on How Social Impacts are Considered in Transport Infrastructure Project Planning: Looking beyond the Claimed Success of Sydney’s South West Rail Link, Lara K. Mottee, Jos Arts, Frank Vanclay, Fiona Miller, and Richard Howitt

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How to create functioning collaboration in theory and in practice – practical experiences of collaboration when planning public transport systems, Fredrik Pettersson and Robert Hrelja

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Evaluating sustainability and land use integration of BRT stations via extended node place model, an application on BRT stations of Tehran, Parsa Pezeshknejad, Saeed Monajem, and Hamid Mozafari

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Identification of neighborhood typology for potential transit-oriented development, P. Phani Kumar, Ch. Ravi Sekhar, and Manoranjan Parida

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An empirical analysis and policy implications of work tours utilizing public transit, Rezwana Rafiq and Michael G. McNally

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Examining the effect of land-use function complementarity on intra-urban spatial interactions using metro smart card records, Mengyao Ren, Yaoyu Lin, Meihan Jin, Zhongyuan Duan, Yongxi Gong, and Yu Liu

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Urban space consumption of cars and buses: an analytical approach, Mireia Roca-Riu, Monica Menendez, Igor Dakic, Samuel Buehler, and Javier Ortigosa

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A typology of the built environment around rail stops in the global transit-oriented city of Seoul, Korea, Daniel A. Rodriguez and Chang-Deok Kang

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Selection of intervention areas for improving travel condition of walk-accessed bus users with a focus on their accessibility: An experience in Bhubaneswar, Subhojit Roy and Debasis Basu

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Using PAR to frame sustainable transport and social justice on policy agendas. A pilot experience in two contrasting Chilean cities, Lake Sagaris, Emilio Berríos, and Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken

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New Low-Cost Transport Planning Method for Small and Medium-Sized Cities in Developing Countries, Michael J. Saunders, Lasha Nakashidze, and Aleksei Lugovoi

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Effects of capacity and transit improvements on traffic and transit operations, Andalib Shams and Milan Zlatkovic

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Threshold and moderating effects of land use on metro ridership in Shenzhen: Implications for TOD planning, Qifan Shao, Wenjia Zhang, Xinyu Cao, Jiawen Yang, and Jie Yin

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Workshop 7 report: Assessing the wider benefits of public transport projects, John Stanley and Janet Stanley

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Fear follows form: A study of the relationship between neighborhood type, income and fear of crime at train stations, Sofie Kirt Strandbygaard, Otto Anker Nielsen, Alan Keith Spencer Jones, Bo Grönlund, and Lotte Bjerregaard Jensen

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Transport equity as relative accessibility in a megacity: Beijing, Zhe Sun and John Zacharias

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Determinants of transit-oriented development efficiency focusing on an integrated subway, bus and shared-bicycle system: Application of Simar-Wilson's two-stage approach, Reuben Tamakloe, Jungyeol Hong, and Jihoon Tak

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Exploring the non-linear associations between spatial attributes and walking distance to transit, Tao Tao, Jueyu Wang, and Xinyu Cao