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Submissions from 2018

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Modelling service-specific and global transit satisfaction under travel and user heterogeneity, Jaime Allen, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Estimating the residence zone of frequent public transport users to make travel pattern and time use analysis, Margarita Amaya, Ramón Cruzat, and Marcela A. Munizaga

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Cost and fare estimation for the bus transit system of Santiago, Marco Batarce and Patricia Galilea

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Evaluation of the impact of Bus Rapid Transit on air pollution in Mexico City, Germà Bel and Maximilian Holst

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Cost, production and efficiency in local bus industry: An empirical analysis for the bus system of Santiago, Louis de Grange, Rodrigo Troncoso, and Ignacio Briones

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Well-to-Wheel analysis of fossil energy use and greenhouse gas emissions for conventional, hybrid-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric city buses in the BRT system in Curitiba, Brazil, Dennis Dreier, Semida Silveira, Dilip Khatiwada, Keiko V.O. Fonseca, Rafael Nieweglowski, and Renan Schepanski

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Accessibility, affordability and equity: Assessing ‘pro-poor’ public transport subsidies in Bogotá, Luis A. Guzman and Daniel Oviedo

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Citizen participation for sustainable transport: Lessons for change from Santiago and Temuco, Chile, Lake Sagaris

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The equity impacts of bus rapid transit: A review of the evidence and implications for sustainable transport, Christoffel Venter, Gail Jennings, Darío Hidalgo, and Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda

Submissions from 2017

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Informality and accessibility to jobs by public transit: Evidence from the São Paulo Metropolitan Region, Geneviève Boisjoly, Ana Isabel Moreno-Monroy, and Ahmed El-Geneidy

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Examining changes in travel patterns among lower wealth households after BRT investment in Bogotá, Colombia, Tabitha S. Combs

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Modelling the potential for cycling in access trips to bus, train and metro in Rio de Janeiro, Flavia de Souza, Lissy La Paix Puello, Mark Brussel, Romulo Orrico, and Martin van Maarseveen

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Cable cars in urban transport: Travel time savings from La Paz-El Alto (Bolivia), Grégoire Garsous, Ancor Suárez-Alemán, and Tomás Serebrisky

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Uneven mobilities, uneven opportunities: Social distribution of public transport accessibility to jobs and education in Montevideo, Diego Hernandez

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The role of information systems in non-routine transit use of university students: Evidence from Brazil and Denmark, Sigal Kaplan, Mayara Moraes Monteiro, Marie Karen Anderson, Otto Anker Nielsen, and Enilson Medeiros Dos Santos

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Creating inequality in accessibility: The relationships between public transport and social housing policy in deprived areas of Santiago de Chile, Cristhian Figueroa Martínez, Frances Hodgson, Caroline Mullen, and Paul Timms

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Lifting peripheral fortunes: Upgrading transit improves spatial, income and gender equity in Medellin, Blanca Fernandez Milan and Felix Creutzig

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A strategic planning model for the passenger rail implementation process: The case of Mexico, Monica Marina Mondragón-Ixtlahuac, Juan Carlos Cortés-Martínez, and David Joaquín Delgado-Hernández

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Public transport and school location impacts on educational inequalities: Insights from São Paulo, Ana I. Moreno-Monroy, Robin Lovelace, and Frederico R. Ramos

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Accessibility, Affordability, and Addressing Informal Services in Bus Reform: Lessons from Bogotá, Colombia, Camila Rodriguez, Tatiana Peralta-Quirós, Luis A. Guzman, and Sebastian A. Cárdenas Reyes

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Exploring the social and spatial potential of an intermodal approach to transport planning, Lake Sagaris, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken, and Stefan Steiniger

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Holding Boarding Passengers to Improve Train Operation on Basis of an Economic Dwell Time Model, Gonzalo Suazo-Vecino, Marina Dragicevic, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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Estimation of crowding discomfort in public transport: Results from Santiago de Chile, Alejandro Tirachini, Ricardo Hurtubia, Thijs Dekker, and Ricardo A. Daziano

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Fare evasion in public transport: A time series approach, Rodrigo Troncoso and Louis de Grange

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Stress-related psychosocial factors at work, fatigue, and risky driving behavior in bus rapid transport (BRT) drivers, Sergio A. Useche, Viviola Gómez Ortiz, and Boris E. Cendales

Submissions from 2016

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Estimation of urban bus transit marginal cost without cost data, Marco Batarce

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Accessibility analysis of the integrated transit system of Bogotá, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Daniel Escobar, Daniel Oviedo Hernandez, and Diana Galarza

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BRT in Brazil: Designing services in function of given infrastructure projects or designing infrastructure in function of established service quality patterns?, Joaquim José Guilherme de Aragão, Yaeko Yamashita, and Romulo Dante Orrico Filho

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What to expect from the future leaders of Bogotá and Curitiba in terms of public transport: Opinions and practices among university students, Fábio Duarte, Tatiana Gadda, Carlos Augusto Moreno Luna, and Fábio Teodoro Souza

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Estimation of travel time variability for cars, buses, metro and door-to-door public transport trips in Santiago, Chile, Elsa Durán-Hormazábal and Alejandro Tirachini

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Factors Influencing Demand for Buses Powered by Alternative Energy Sources, Janer Galván, Victor Cantillo, and Julian Arellana

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Using smart card and GPS data for policy and planning: The case of Transantiago, Antonio Gschwender, Marcela Munizaga, and Carolina Simonetti

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Decreasing fare evasion without fines? A microeconomic analysis, Pablo Guarda, Patricia Galilea, Susan Handy, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Synchronizing different transit lines at common stops considering travel time variability along the day, O. J. Ibarra-Rojas and J. C. Muñoz

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Optimal pricing for travelcards under income and car ownership inequities, Sergio Jara-Díaz, Diego Cruz, and César Casanova

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Real-time prediction of bus travel speeds using traffic shockwaves and machine learning algorithms, Nikolas Julio, Ricardo Giesen, and Pedro Lizana

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Mega events and the transformation of Rio de Janeiro into a mass-transit city, Luis Antonio Lindau, Guillermo Petzhold, Virginia Bergamaschi Tavares, and Daniela Facchini

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Towards multi-modal integrated mobility systems: Views from Panama City and Barranquilla, Adriana Ortegon-Sanchez and Nick Tyler

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The publicness of public transport: The changing nature of public transport in Latin American cities, Laurel Paget-Seekins and Manuel Tironi

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Comparison of passengers' behavior and aggregate demand levels on a subway system using origin-destination surveys and smartcard data, Cristobal Pineda, Daniel Schwarz, and Esteban Godoy

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Increasing the Speed: Case Study from Santiago, Chile, Alejandro Schmidt, Juan Carlos Muñoz, Christopher Bucknell, Matías Navarro, and Carolina Simonetti

Submissions from 2015

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Use of Mixed Stated and Revealed Preference Data for Crowding Valuation on Public Transport in Santiago, Chile, Marco Batarce, Juan Carlos Muñoz, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, Sebastián Raveau, Carlos Mojica, and Ramiro Alberto Ríos

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Understanding Platform Overcrowding at Bus Rapid Transit Stations, Nicolae Duduta and Asis Subedi

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On passenger saturation flow in public transport doors, Rodrigo Fernández, Alejandra Valencia, and Sebastian Seriani

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Estimating the bus user time benefits of implementing a median busway: Methodology and case study, Jaime Gibson, Marcela A. Munizaga, Camila Schneider, and Alejandro Tirachini

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What is behind fare evasion in urban bus systems? An econometric approach, Pablo Guarda, Patricia Galilea, Laurel Paget-Seekins, and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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The underground economy: Tracking the higher-order economic impacts of the São Paulo Subway System, Eduardo A. Haddad, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings, Alexandre A. Porsse, Eveline S. Van Leeuwen, and Renato S. Vieira

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Perceived vs. Actual Distance to Transit in Santiago, Chile, Diego Hernández and Regina Witter

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Land development impacts of BRT in a sample of stops in Quito and Bogotá, Daniel A. Rodriguez, Erik Vergel-Tovar, and William F. Camargo

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Role of Social Climate in Habitual Transit Use by Young Adults to Work and Leisure Activities: Evidence from Colombia and Mexico, Julián R. Salvá, Miguel Sierra, Ana K. J. Alanis, Sigal Kaplan, and Carlo G. Prato

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Pedestrian traffic management of boarding and alighting in metro stations, Sebastian Seriani and Rodrigo Fernandez

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Planning guidelines for metro–bus interchanges by means of a pedestrian microsimulation model, Sebastián Seriani and Rodrigo Fernández

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A zonal inference model based on observed smart-card transactions for Santiago de Chile, Sebastián Tamblay, Patricia Galilea, Paula Iglesias, Sebastián Raveau, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

Submissions from 2014

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An innovative transit system and its impact on low income users: the case of the Metrocable in Medellín, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Ingrid Joanna Portilla, Juan Miguel Velásquez, Mónica Natalia Cruz, Andrés Peña, and Daniel Ricardo Oviedo

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Identifying dimensions of exclusion from a BRT system in a developing country: a content analysis approach, Irene Casas and Elizabeth C. Delmelle

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BRT TOD: Leveraging transit oriented development with bus rapid transit investments, Robert Cervero and Danielle Dai

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Joint impacts of Bus Rapid Transit and urban form on vehicle ownership: New evidence from a quasi-longitudinal analysis in Bogotá, Colombia, Tabitha S. Combs and Daniel A. Rodríguez

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Exhaust emissions of transit buses: Brazil and India case studies, Erin Cooper, Magdala Arioli, Aileen Carrigan, and Luis Antonio Lindau

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Policy packaging in BRT projects: A methodology for case study analysis, Luis N. Filipe and Rosário Macário

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Public transport integration in Bogotá and Cali, Colombia – Facing transition from semi-deregulated services to full regulation citywide, Dario Hidalgo and Robin King

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The promise and challenges of integrating public transportation in Bogotá, Colombia, Gwen Kash and Dario Hidalgo

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Model for the Optimal Location of Bus Stops and Its Application to a Public Transport Corridor in Santiago, Chile, Marcos Medina, Ricardo Giesen, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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Analysing the fiscal sustainability of transit investment projects: The case of the metropolitan railway of Brasília, Artur Carlos Morais, Joaquim Jose Guilherme Aragão, Yaeko Yamashita, Rômulo Dante Orrico, and Anisio Brasileiro de Freitas Dourado

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Transantiago, five years after its launch, Juan Carlos Muñoz, Marco Batarce, and Dario Hidalgo

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A behavioural comparison of route choice on metro networks: Time, transfers, crowding, topology and socio-demographics, Sebastián Raveau, Zhan Guo, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Nigel H M. Wilson

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Citizen participation for sustainable transport: the case of “Living City” in Santiago, Chile (1997–2012), Lake Sagaris

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Incentive schemes for bus drivers: The case of the public transit system in Santiago, Chile, Ignacio Tiznado, Patricia Galilea, Felipe Delgado, and Markus Niehaus

Submissions from 2013

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Aggregate estimation of the price elasticity of demand for public transport in integrated fare systems: The case of Transantiago, Louis de Grange, Felipe González, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Rodrigo Troncoso

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Understanding Road Safety Impact of High-Performance Bus Rapid Transit and Busway Design Features, Nicolae Duduta, Claudia Adriazola, Dario Hidalgo, Luis Antonio Lindau, and Rebecca Jaffe

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Continuous Approximation for Skip-Stop Operation in Rail Transit, Maxime Freyss, Ricardo Giesen, and Juan Carlos Muñoz

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Do public transport investments promote urban economic development? Evidence from bus rapid transit in Bogotá, Colombia, David R. Heres, Darby Jack, and Deborah Salon

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Subjective valuation of the transit transfer experience: The case of Santiago de Chile, Francisca Javiera Navarrete and Juan de Dios Ortúzar

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Excessive Sleepiness Prevalence in Public Transportation Drivers of a Developing Country, Jorge Risco, Paulo Ruiz, Alejandro Mariños, Alan Juarez, Mariana Ramos, Frine Salmavides, Johann Vega, Hever Kruger, and Darwin Vizcarra

Submissions from 2012

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The impact of compliance measures on the operation of a bus system: The case of Transantiago, Pablo Beltrán, Antonio Gschwender, and Carolina Palma

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Transport accessibility and social inequities: a tool for identification of mobility needs and evaluation of transport investments, Juan Pablo Bocarejo and Daniel Ricardo Oviedo

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Impact of Transmilenio on density, land use, and land value in Bogotá, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Ingrid Portilla, and Maria Angélica Pérez

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Impact of Bus Rapid Transit Systems on Road Safety Lessons from Bogotá, Colombia, Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Juan Miguel Velasquez, Claudia Andrea Díaz, and Luis Eduardo Tafur

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A Fixed Point Route Choice Model for Transit Networks that Addresses Route Correlation, Louis de Grange, Sebastián Raveau, and Felipe González

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Evaluating the spatial equity of bus rapid transit-based accessibility patterns in a developing country: The case of Cali, Colombia, Elizabeth Cahill Delmelle and Irene Casas

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Detection of Activities of Public Transport Users by Analyzing Smart Card Data, Flavio Devillaine, Marcela Munizaga, and Martin Trépanier

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Intermodal Connectivity to BRT: A Comparative Analysis of Bogotá and Curitiba, Fábio Duarte and Fernando Rojas

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Four decades of changing transport policy in Santiago, Chile, Oscar Figueroa

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Towards large-scale flexible transport services: A practical perspective from the domain of paratransit, Brendan Finn

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BRT and BHLS around the world: Explosive growth, large positive impacts and many issues outstanding, Darío Hidalgo and Luis Gutiérrez

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Implementation of sustainable urban transport in Latin America, Dario Hidalgo and Cornie Huizenga

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Methodology for calculating passenger capacity in bus rapid transit systems: Application to the TransMilenio system in Bogotá, Colombia, Dario Hidalgo, Germán Lleras, and Enrique Hernández

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TransMilenio BRT system in Bogota, high performance and positive impact – Main results of an ex-post evaluation, Darío Hidalgo, Liliana Pereira, Nicolás Estupiñán, and Pedro Luis Jiménez

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Workshop 5 report: Network and system planning, Sergio Jara-Díaz and Alejandro Tirachini

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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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The transportation systems of Buenos Aires, Chicago and São Paulo: City centers, infrastructure and policy analysis, Marcelo E. Lascano Kezič and Pablo L. Durango-Cohen

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A Proposal of Indicators for Evaluation of the Urban Space for Pedestrians and Cyclists in Access to Mass Transit Station, Fernanda B. Monteiro and Vânia B.G. Campos

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Estimation of a disaggregate multimodal public transport Origin–Destination matrix from passive smartcard data from Santiago, Chile, Marcela A. Munizaga and Carolina Palma

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Use of the analytic hierarchy process to evaluate transit fare system, Carlos David Nassi and Fabiene Cristina de Carvalho da Costa

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Colombia's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) development and Expansion., Michael Turner, Chuck Kooshian, and Steve Winkelman

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How much can public private partnership really do for urban transport in developing countries?, Christopher Willoughby

Submissions from 2011

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A model to assess public transport demand stability, Pablo Bass, Pedro Donoso, and Marcela Munizaga

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Integrating short turning and deadheading in the optimization of transit services, Cristián E. Cortés, Sergio Jara-Díaz, and Alejandro Tirachini

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An examination of three approaches to metro rolling stock design to ameliorate extended dwell times due to passenger growth and associated crowding., Selby Coxon, Karen Burns, Arthur de Bono, and Robbie Napper

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Experimental study of boarding and alighting times, Rodrigo Fernandez

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A topological route choice model for metro, Sebastián Raveau, Juan Carlos Muñoz, and Louis de Grange