Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Developer-Led Bus Services in Greenfield Areas – Characteristics and Opportunities
Annette Kroen, Chris De Gruyter, Robin Goodman, and Steve Pemberton

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Who Does Light Rail Serve? Examining Gendered Mobilities and Light-Rail Transit in Montreal, Canada
Julian Villafuerte-Diaz, Rodrigo Victoriano-Habit, Aryana Soliz, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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On the Attitudes Toward Automation in Determining the Intention to Use Automated Buses in Scotland
Anshamol Nanethan Rahim, Achille Fonzone, Grigorios Fountas, and Lucy Downey

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Passenger Flow Detection in Subway Stations Based on Improved You Only Look Once Algorithm
Xianwang Li, Yuxiang Zhang, Deqiang He, Xiaoliang Teng, Bin Liu, and Yanjun Chen

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Multimodal Intersection Signal Timing Considerations Framework, Performance Measures, and Case Study
Burak Cesme, Andrew Hayes, Shuchun Wang, Shannon Warchol, Alice Root, Kush Bhagat, and Nagui Rouphail

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An accessibility-based methodology to prioritize public-transit investments: Application to older adults in three metropolitan regions in Canada
Lancelot Rodrigue, Meredith Alousi-Jones, Hisham Negm, Rodrigo Victoriano-Habit, Merrina Zhang, Isabella Jimenez, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Street and activity centre characteristics associated with the use of different transport modes
Chris De Gruyter, Long T. Truong, Seyed Mojib Zahraee, and William Young

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Developing a multi-criteria prioritization tool to catalyze TOD on publicly owned land areas
Mingming Cai, Arthur Acolin, Anne Vernez Moudon, and Qing Shen

*Updated as of 02/25/24.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.