Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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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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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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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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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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The Impact of Various Streetcar Types on Passenger Activity and Running Times
Wen Xun Hu, Ehab Diab, Aya Aboudina, and Amer Shalaby

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Evaluation of Transit Ecodriving in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Environments
Xiaodan Xu, Hanyan Ann Li, Haobing Liu, Michael O. Rodgers, and Randall Guensler

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Designing a Transit-Feeder System using Multiple Sustainable Modes: Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Ridesharing, Bike Sharing, and Walking
Daisik Nam, Dingtong Yang, Shunghi An, Jiangbo Gabriel Yu, R. Jayakrishnan, and Neda Masoud

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Streetcars and Economic Development: Do Streetcars Stimulate Employment Growth?
Sarah Jack Hinners, Arthur C. Nelson, and Martin Buchert

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Developing Dedicated Bus Lane Screening Criteria in Baltimore, Maryland
Adam Vest, Patrick J. McMahon, and Jesus Cuellar

*Updated as of 06/17/19.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.