Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Applying affective event theory to explain transit users’ reactions to service disruptions
Rumana Islam Sarker, Sigal Kaplan, Markus Mailer, and Harry J.P. Timmermans

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On evasion behaviour in public transport: Dissatisfaction or contagion?
Jaime Allen, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Comparing best-worst and ordered logit approaches for user satisfaction in transit services
Eneko Echaniz, Chinh Q. Ho, Andres Rodriguez, and Luigi dell'Olio

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Impact of childhood experiences on public transport travel behaviour
Veronique Van Acker, Corinne Mulley, and Loan Ho

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Advanced continuous-discrete model for joint time-use expenditure and mode choice estimation
Simona Jokubauskaite, Reinhard Hössinger, Florian Aschauer, Regine Gerike, Sergio Jara-Díaz, Stefanie Peer, Basil Schmid, Kay X. Axhausen, and Friedrich Leisch

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Optimal zone sizes and headways for flexible-route bus services
Myungseob (Edward) Kim, Joshua Levy, and Paul Schonfeld

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Real-time schedule adjustments for autonomous public transport vehicles
Zhichao Cao, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, and Silin Zhang

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The electric bus fleet transition problem
Samuel Pelletier, Ola Jabali, Jorge E. Mendoza, and Gilbert Laporte

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A linear program for optimal integration of shared autonomous vehicles with public transit
Michael W. Levin, Michael Odell, Shaluka Samarasena, and Adam Schwartz

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Analysis of transit users’ waiting tolerance in response to unplanned service disruptions
Ehsan Rahimi, Ali Shamshiripour, Ramin Shabanpour, Abolfazl Mohammadian, and Joshua Auld

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Robust bus bridging service design under rail transit system disruptions
Jinpeng Liang, Jianjun Wu, Yunchao Qu, Haodong Yin, Xiaobo Qu, and Ziyou Gao

*Updated as of 02/24/20.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.