Most Recent Additions World Transit Research*

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Multi-period line planning with resource transfers
Güvenç Şahin, Amin Ahmadi Digehsara, Ralf Borndörfer, and Thomas Schlechte

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Early adopters of Mobility-as-a-Service in the Netherlands
Toon Zijlstra, Anne Durand, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, and Lucas Harms

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The journey experience of visually impaired people on public transport in London
Wai-Ying Low, Mengqiu Cao, Jonas De Vos, and Robin Hickman

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Ageing in a transit-oriented city: Satisfaction with transport, social inclusion and wellbeing
Sylvia Y. He, John Thøgersen, Yannie H.Y. Cheung, and Alesia H.Y. Yu

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A framework for involving the young generation in transportation planning using social media and crowd sourcing
Md Asif Hasan Anik, Soumik Nafis Sadeek, Moinul Hossain, and Shafquat Kabir

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A thermal comfort field study on subway passengers during air-conditioning season in Beijing
Song Pan, Yiqiao Liu, Lang Xie, Xinru Wang, Yanping Yuan, and Xiaoyu Jia

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Predicting peak load of bus routes with supply optimization and scaled Shepard interpolation: A newsvendor model
Weitiao Wu, Peng Li, Ronghui Liu, Wenzhou Jin, Baozhen Yao, Yuanqi Xie, and Changxi Ma

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Understanding the Role of Cycling to Urban Transit Stations through a Simultaneous Access Mode and Station Choice Model
Danique Ton, Sanmay Shelat, Sandra Nijënstein, Lotte Rijsman, Niels van Oort, and Serge Hoogendoorn

*Updated as of 01/24/21.Based on date of posting, not date of publication.