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Submissions from 2022

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Electric buses in England and Sweden – Overcoming barriers to introduction, Malin Aldenius, Caroline Mullen, and Fredrik Pettersson-Löfstedt

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The case for ‘public’ transport in the age of automated mobility, Iain Docherty, John Stone, Carey Curtis, Claus Hedegaard Sørensen, Alexander Paulsson, Crystal Legacy, and Greg Marsden

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Do transportation network companies increase or decrease transit ridership? Empirical evidence from San Francisco, Gregory D. Erhardt, Richard Alexander Mucci, Drew Cooper, Bhargava Sana, Mei Chen, and Joe Castiglione

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Effects of open access competition on prices and frequencies on the interurban railway market: Evidence from Europe, Florent Laroche and Ayana Lamatkhanova

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An incentive subsidy mechanism for bus lines based on service level, Qingyu Luo, Xue Bing, Hongfei Jia, and Jinge Song

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A snapshot of the informal organization of public transport operators in the Caribbean: Tap-Tap services in Port-Au-Prince, Daniel Oviedo, Yisseth Scorcia, Pablo Guerrero, Michael Delandsheer, Raul Rodriguez-Molina, and Raphael Dewez

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Conditions for effective on-track competition in the European passenger railway market: A yardstick for regulations, Bojan Ristić, Nikola Stojadinović, and Dejan Trifunović

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Bus franchising in English and Scottish regions – Viable solution or unfeasible instrument?, Xavier Villa i Aguilar, Tom Rye, Jonathan Cowie, and Clare McTigue

Submissions from 2021

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Performance evaluation of China's railway passenger transportation sector, Xuejie Bai, Zheng Jin, and Yung-Ho Chiu

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Economic and socioeconomic assessment of replacing conventional public transit with demand responsive transit services in low-to-medium density areas, Jaâfar Berrada and Alexis Poulhès

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Does the measured performance of bus operators depend on the index chosen to assess reliability in contracts? An analysis of bus headway variability, Javiera Godachevich and Alejandro Tirachini

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The case for negotiated contracts under the transition to a green bus fleet, David A. Hensher

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How Do Shared Dockless E-Scooter Services Affect Mobility Practices in Paris? A Survey-Based Estimation of Modal Shift, Camille Krier, Julie Chrétien, Marion Lagadic, and Nicolas Louvet

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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

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Will Covid-19 put the public back in public transport? A UK perspective, Roger Vickerman

Submissions from 2020

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The impact of delays on the welfare effects of on-track competition: The case of transfer passengers with operator-tied tickets, Christina Brand and Gernot Sieg

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A theory of deregulation in public transport, Andrei Dementiev and Hyen Jin Han

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Transport industry adapting to change: An Australian case study, Christopher Lowe, Janet Stanley, and John Stanley

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Formalising the jeepney industry in the Philippines – A confirmatory thematic analysis of key transitionary issues, Iderlina Mateo-Babiano, Redento B. Recio, David P. Ashmore, Marie Danielle Guillen, and Sandy Mae Gaspay

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Public transport procurement in Britain, Chris Nash and Andrew Smith

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Minibus taxis in Kampala's paratransit system: Operations, economics and efficiency, Innocent Ndibatya and M. J. Booysen

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Effects of government regulations and input subsidies on cost efficiency: A decomposition approach, K. Obeng and R. Sakano

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Public Transport tendering and contracting arrangements in countries under regulatory transition: The case of Cyprus, Panagiotis Papaioannou, Georgios Georgiadis, Anastasia Nikolaidou, and Ioannis Politis

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Resurgence of demand responsive transit services – Insights from BRIDJ trials in Inner West of Sydney, Australia, Supun Perera, Chinh Ho, and David Hensher

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Market initiative and central planning: A study of the Moscow bus network, Alexander Ryzhkov and Yuliya Sarzhan

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How do different payment schemes to operators affect public transport concessions? A microeconomic model, Juan Pablo Sepúlveda and Patricia Galilea

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Regulating a public transit monopoly under asymmetric cost information, Yanshuo Sun, Hengye Gong, Qianwen Guo, Paul Schonfeld, and Zhongfei Li

Submissions from 2019

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Selecting an optimal contractual payment model for Istanbul's public bus operators using non-linear mathematical programming, Fatih Canıtez, Dilay Çelebi, Muhammet Deveci, and Yusuf Kuvvetli

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An incentive mechanism design for bus subsidy based on the route service level, Shuai Ling, Ning Jia, Shoufeng Ma, Yanfei Lan, and Wandi Hu

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Public transit cost efficiency studies: The impact of non-contracting regulations, K. Obeng

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The influence of regulatory environments on public transport service provision: A British case study, Peter White

Submissions from 2018

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Regulatory structures and their impact on the sustainability performance of public transport in world cities, Graham Currie, Long Truong, and Chris De Gruyter

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The role of bus partnerships in Great Britain, John Godfrey and John Taylor

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Partnerships between operators and public transport authorities. Working practices in relational contracting and collaborative partnerships, Robert Hrelja, Tom Rye, and Caroline Mullen

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Commercial services in German local public transport, Astrid Karl

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Trade-offs between transaction cost, operation cost and innovation in the context of procurement and asset specificity – The example of the bus industry, R. Merkert, C. Mulley, and M. M. Hakim

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Local public transport in Russia: Regulation, ownership and competition, Alexander Ryzhkov

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Mobility as a Service: Development scenarios and implications for public transport, Göran Smith, Jana Sochor, and I.C. MariAnne Karlsson

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Differences in Control and Regulatory Structures of Public Transport within the United Kingdom and Ireland: Implications for Quality and Effectiveness of Service Delivery, Austin Smyth and Luke Kelleher

Submissions from 2017

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The transition to zero-emission buses in public transport – The need for institutional innovation, Sjoerd Bakker and Rob Konings

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Evaluating the roles and powers of rail regulatory bodies in Europe: A survey-based approach, Valerio Benedetto, Andrew S.J. Smith, and Chris A. Nash

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Eliciting the regulation of an economic system: The case of the French rail industry, Marc Ivaldi and Jerome Pouyet

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Using GIS to assess the potential for centralised planning of bus networks, Yuji Shi, Simon Blainey, and Nick Hounsell

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Are statutory passenger watchdogs effective in representing passenger interests in public transport?, Vu Thi Thao, Philipp Wegelin, and Widar von Arx

Submissions from 2016

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Dominating factors contributing to the high(er) costs for public bus transports in Sweden, Carolina Camén and Helene Lidestam

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Exploring performance outcomes and regulatory contexts of Light Rail in Australia and the US, Graham Currie and Chris De Gruyter

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Strategic partnerships in local public transport, Andrei Dementiev

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A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership, David Emerson, Corinne Mulley, and Michiel C.J. Bliemer

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Legislating Transit “Coopetition” Privatization and Planning Devolution in Germany, Martha Koch and Gregory L. Newmark

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Improving bus service reliability: The Singapore experience, Waiyan Leong, Karen Goh, Stephane Hess, and Paul Murphy

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Yardstick regulation and the operators' productivity of railway industry in Japan, Jun Mizutani and Munekatsu Usami

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Understanding overall output efficiency in public transit systems: The roles of input regulations, perceived budget and input subsidies, K. Obeng, R. Sakano, and C. Naanwaab

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A review of general practice in contracting public transport services and transfer to BRT systems, Marisa J.D. Pedro and Rosário Macário

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Big buses in a small country: The prospects for bus services in Wales, John Preston

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Implications of the cost of public funds in public transit subsidization and regulation, Yanshuo Sun, Qianwen Gao, Paul Schonfeld, and Zhongfei Li

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Do the organizational forms affect passenger satisfaction? Evidence from Chinese public transport service, Chunqin Zhang, Zhicai Juan, Weite Lu, and Guangnian Xiao

Submissions from 2015

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The impact of market opening on the supply of interregional train services, Oskar Fröidh and Bo-Lennart Nelldal

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Optimization Models for Public Transit Operations Under Subsidization and Regulation, Yanshuo Sun and Paul M. Schonfeld

Submissions from 2014

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Trusting partnerships in a regulatory game: The case of suburban railway transport in Russia, Andrei Dementiev and Anfisa Loboyko

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Evaluating Private Bus Operators' Willingness to Participate in Transit Improvements in Mexico, Abel Lopez Dodero, Jeffrey M. Casello, Angel R. Molinero Molinero, and Daniel Vazquez Cotera

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Evaluating the long term impacts of transport policy: The case of bus deregulation revisited, John Preston and Talal Almutairi

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Converging structures? Recent regulatory change in bus-based local public transport in Sweden and England, Tom Rye and Anders Wretstrand

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Transit Public-Private Partnerships: Legal Issues, Larry W. Thomas

Submissions from 2013

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State and Federal BRT Project Development Procedures: Managing Differences and Project Implementation Delays, Mark A. Miller

Submissions from 2012

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Competition for Public Transport Services, Arne Beck

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Flexible Transport Services: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation in Low-Density Urban Areas, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Information provision by regulated public transport companies, Bruno De Borger and Mogens Fosgerau

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Organisational structures and functions in Bus Rapid Transit, and opportunities for private sector participation, Brendan Finn

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Spatial disparity in transport social needs and public transport provision in Santiago de Cali (Colombia), Ciro Jaramillo, Carmen Lizárraga, and Alejandro Luis Grindlay

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Legal issues involving surety for public transportation projects, Michael C. Loulakis, Shannon J. Briglia, and Lauren P. McLaughlin

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State DOT Financial Auditing Requirements for Public Transportation Assistance Programs, Maxine Marshall, John F. Potts, and Karon J. Cofield

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The Metropolitan Transport Authority in Europe. Towards a Methodology for Defining Objectives, Responsibilities and Tasks, Aristotelis Naniopoulos, Evangelos Genitsaris, and Ifigeneia Balampekou

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Transit agency intergovernmental agreements: Commn issues and solutions, Larry W. Thomas and James B. McDaniel

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North Carolina Ferry System A Study, Jeffrey Tsai, Thomas Cook, Daniel J. Findley, and Michael Miller

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Transit Operator Evaluation of Three Wheelchair Securement Systems, Linda van Roosmalen, Douglas Hobson, Patricia Karg, Emily DeLeo, and Erik Porach

Submissions from 2011

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Urban Bus Services in Developing Countries and Countries in Transition, Brendan Finn and Corinne Mulley

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Transit-Oriented and Joint Development: Case studies and legal issues, John L. Renne, Keith Bartholomew, and Patrick Wontor

Submissions from 2010

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Impact of regulation on the performances of long-distance transport services: A comparison of the different approaches in Sweden and Norway, Gunnar Alexandersson, Steffan Hultén, Nils Fearnley, and Frode Longva

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Using intelligent agents for Transportation Regulation Support System design, Flavien Balbo and Suzanne Pinson

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Productivity changes in Portuguese bus companies, Carlos Pestana Barros and Nicholas Peypoch

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Commercial public bus transport services in Germany: How a market in motion struggles with its regulatory framework, Arne Beck

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The regulatory function in public-private partnerships for the provision of transport infrastructure, Miguel Carmona

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Workshop report – Public transport markets in development, Brendan Finn and Jackie Walters

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Solving procurement problems in public transport: Examining multi-principal roles in relation to effective control mechanisms, Lisa Hansson

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Regulating the regulator: The impact of professional procuring bodies on local public transport policy and its effectiveness, Frode Longva and Oddgeir Osland

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Measuring and Assessing Perceptions of Success in a Transit Agency's Stakeholder Involvement Program, Meghan Mattingly, P. S. Sriraj, Eric W. Welch, and Barbara (Basia) Bhojraj

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Engaging paratransit on public transport reform initiatives in South Africa: A critique of policy and an investigation of appropriate engagement approaches, Herrie Schalekamp and Roger Behrens

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Workshop report – A successful contractual setting, John Stanley and Frode Longva

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Assessment of public private partnership models for mass rail transit—an influence diagram approach, S. Tang and Hong K. Lo

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Application of Physical Ability Testing to Current Workforce of Transit Employees, Jocelyn K. Waite

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The conflict between competition policy and the wider role of the local bus industry in Britain, Peter R. White

Submissions from 2009

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Using a Public Education Campaign to Improve Driver Compliance with Streetcar Transit Lanes, Graham Currie

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Regulation of the Informal Transport Sector in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Welfare Impacts and Policy Analysis, Aaron Golub, Ronaldo Balassiano, Ayres Araujo, and Eric Ferreira

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Emergent Curbside Intercity Bus Industry: Chinatown and Beyond, Nicholas J. Klein

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Could you also have made this trip by another mode? An investigation of perceived travel possibilities of car and train travellers on the main travel corridors to the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, N J A Van Exel and Piet Rietveld

Submissions from 2008

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Bus transport: Is there a regulatory cycle?, Ken Gwilliam

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Exploring the Influence of Urban Form on Work Travel Behavior with Agent-Based Modeling, Yandan Lu, Kazuya Kawamura, and Moira Zellner

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Air quality impacts of Tokyo's on-road diesel emission regulations, Daniel Rutherford and Leonard Ortolano

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The impact of public transport policy on the viability and sustainability of mass railway transit - The Hong Kong experience, Siman Tang and Hong K. Lo

Submissions from 2007

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A case study of flexible solutions to transport demand in a deregulated environment, Jenny Brake and John D. Nelson