Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Train-feeder modes in Italy. Is there a role for active mobility?
Marco Giansoldati, Romeo Danielis, and Lucia Rotaris

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Determining mode shift elasticity based on household income and travel cost
N. Vasudevan, Ninad Gore, Rupali Zope, Shriniwas Arkatkar, and Gaurang Joshi

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The contribution of carsharing to low carbon mobility: Complementarity and substitution with other modes
Alessandro Silvestri, Sébastien Foudi, Ibon Galarraga, and Alberto Ansuategi

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Route based equilibrium assignment in congested transit networks
Homero Larrain, Hemant K. Suman, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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A large neighborhood search algorithm to optimize a demand-responsive feeder service
Bryan David Galarza Montenegro, Kenneth Sörensen, and Pieter Vansteenwegen

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Competition between shared autonomous vehicles and public transit: A case study in Singapore
Baichuan Mo, Zhejing Cao, Hongmou Zhang, Yu Shen, and Jinhua Zhao

*Updated as of 09/23/21.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.