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Submissions from 2014

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Measuring and Evaluating the Impacts of TOD Measures – Searching for Evidence of TOD Characteristics in Azambuja Train Line, Ana Galelo, Anabela Ribeiro, and Luis M. Martinez

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Detroit Regional Transit Study: A Study of Factors that Enable and Inhibit Effective Regional Transit, Leo Hanifin, Scott Anderson, Claudia Bernasconi, Utpal Dutta, Alan Hoback, and Lloyd Semple

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Advance transit oriented development typology: case study in Brisbane, Australia, Md. Kamruzzaman, Douglas Baker, Simon Washigton, and Gavin Turrell

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Patterns of social capital associated with transit oriented development, Md. Kamruzzaman, Lisa Wood, Julian Hine, Graham Currie, Billie Giles-Corti, and Gavin Turrell

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Using connectivity for measuring equity in transit provision, Sigal Kaplan, Dmitrijs Popoks, Carlo Giacomo Prato, and Avishai (Avi) Ceder

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Residential property valuations near transit stations with transit-oriented development, Andrew I. Kay, Robert B. Noland, and Stephanie DiPetrillo

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Sejong Si (City): are TOD and TND models effective in planning Korea’s new capital?, Youngsang Kwon

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A New Transit Safety Narrative, Todd Litman

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Can value capture work in a car dependent city? Willingness to pay for transit access in Perth, Western Australia, James McIntosh, Roman Trubka, and Peter Newman

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Tax Increment Financing Framework for Integrated Transit and Urban Renewal Projects in Car-Dependent Cities, James McIntosh, Roman Trubka, and Peter Newman

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Quantifying Transportation Benefits of Transit-Oriented Development in New Jersey, Sandeep Mudigonda, Kaan Ozbay, Ozgur Ozturk, Shrisan Iyer, and Robert B. Noland

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Transit-oriented smart growth can reduce life-cycle environmental impacts and household costs in Los Angeles, Matthew J. Nahlik and Mikhail V. Chester

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The analysis of transit-oriented development (TOD) in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan areas, Arefeh Nasri and Lei Zhang

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Rapid Transit Investing in Australia's Transport Future, Isuru Neelagama

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Travel and Car Ownership of Residents near New Suburban Metro Stations in Shanghai, China, Haixiao Pan, Qing Shen, and Ting Zhao

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Positive and Negative Factors for Transit Oriented Development: Case Studies from Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, Glen Searle, Sebastien Darchen, and Simon Huston

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Measuring transit oriented development: a spatial multi criteria assessment approach for the City Region Arnhem and Nijmegen, Yamini Jain Singh, Pedram Fard, Mark Zuidgeest, Mark Brussel, and Martin van Maarseveen

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Access and the choice of transit technology, Karthik Sivakumaran, Yuwei Li, Michael Cassidy, and Samer Madanat

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Persuasive communication aimed at public transportation-oriented residential choice and the promotion of public transport, Ayako Taniguchi, Satoshi Fujii, Tomohide Azami, and Haruo Ishida

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The Role of Incentives in Implementing Successful Transit-Oriented Development Strategies, Wendy G.Z. Tan, Leonie B. Janssen-Jansen, and Luca Bertolini

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Use of Spatiotemporal Constraints to Quantify Transit Accessibility Case Study of Potential Transit-Oriented Development in West Valley City, Utah, Ivana Tasic, Xuesong Zhou, and Milan Zlatkovic

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Beyond the Case Study Dilemma in Urban Planning: Using a Meta-matrix to Distil Critical Success Factors in Transit-Oriented Development, Ren Thomas and Luca Bertolini

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A Decision Support System based on Smartphone Probes as a Tool to Promote Public Transport, Alessandro Vitale, Demetrio Carmine Festa, Giuseppe Guido, and Daniele Rogano

Submissions from 2013

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Putting Schools on the Map. Linking Transit-Oriented Development, Households with Children, and Schools, Ariel H. Bierbaum and Jeffrey M. Vincent

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Travel behaviors, sustainable mobility, and transit-oriented developments: a travel counts analysis of older adults in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area, E Eric Boschmann and Sylvia A. Brady

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Transportation Impact of Transitways: A Case Study of Hiawatha Light Rail Transit in Minneapolis, Jason Cao and Jessica Schoner

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Transportation policy as spatial planning tool; reducing urban sprawl by increasing travel costs and clustering infrastructure and public transportation, Jonas De Vos and Frank Witlox

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Planning, place-making and building consensus for transit-oriented development: Ogden, Utah case study, Bryan Dorsey and Alice Mulder

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Commuter rail accessibility and house values: The case of the Montreal South Shore, Canada, 1992–2009, Jean Dubé, Marius Thériault, and François Des Rosiers

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An analysis of park-and-ride provision at light rail stations across the US, Michael Duncan and Robert K. Christensen

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Achieving System-Level, Transit-Oriented Jobs-Housing Balance: Perspectives of Twin Cities Developers and Business Leaders, Yingling Fan and Andrew Guthrie

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Spatial effects of urban rail upgrades, Arthur Grimes and Chris Young

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History and Prospects of the Rail Station, Chris A. Hale

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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Residential dissonance and mode choice, Md. Kamruzzaman, Douglas Baker, Simon Washington, and Gavin Turrell

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Assessing the Potential for Reducing Life-Cycle Environmental Impacts through Transit-Oriented Development Infill along Existing Light Rail in Phoenix, Mindy Kimball, Mikhail Chester, Christopher Gino, and Janet Reyna

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Urban structural hierarchy and the relationship between the ridership of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway and the land-use pattern of the station areas, Seungil Lee, Changhyo Yi, and Soung-Pyo Hong

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Value capture beyond municipalities: transit-oriented development and inter-city passenger rail investment in China’s Pearl River Delta, Guicao Li, Xiaofan Luan, Jiawen Yang, and Xiongbin Lin

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On Joint Railway and Housing Development Strategy, Xiaosu Ma and Hong K. Lo

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A meta-analysis of the impact of rail projects on land and property values, Sara I. Mohammad, Daniel J. Graham, Patricia C. Melo, and Richard J. Anderson

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Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit in Boston, Massachusetts, Impacts on Sale Prices of Condominiums Along Washington Street, Victoria Perk, Steven Bovino, Martin Catalá, Steven Reader, and Steven Ulloa

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Use of the Real Estate Market to Establish Light Rail Station Catchment Areas, Susan J. Petheram, Arthur C. Nelson, Matt Miller, and Reid Ewing

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Transforming cities with transit; Transit and Land-use integrtion for sustainable urban development, Hiroaki Suzuki, Robert Cervero, and Kanako Luchi

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An Evaluation on Coordinated Relationship between Urban Rail Transit and Land-use under TOD Mode, Binglei Xie and Chuan Ding

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Urban Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Their Link with Urban Form, Transit Accessibility, and Emerging Green Technologies Montral, Quebec, Canada, Case Study, Sayed Amir H. Zahabi, Luis F. Miranda-Moreno, Zachary Patterson, and Philippe Barla

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Transit-Oriented Development and Household Transportation Costs. Household-level analysis, Xin Zhou and Edmund J. Zolnik

Submissions from 2012

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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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The impact of rail access on condominium prices in Hamburg, Sebastian Brandt and Wolfgang Maennig

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Families and transit-oriented development: Creating communities for all, Center for Transit-Oriented Development (CTOD) and Center for Cities & Schools (CC&S)

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An analysis of Metro ridership at the station-to-station level in Seoul, Jinkyung Choi, Yong Jae Lee, Taewan Kim, and Keemin Sohn

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Guidelines for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations, Kathryn Coffel, Jamie Parks, Conor Semler, Paul Ryus, David Sampson, Carol Kachadoorian, Herbert S. Levinson, and Joseph L. Schofer

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Transitioning to Transit-Oriented Development: The Case of Perth, Western Australia, Carey Curtis

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The perception of Bus Rapid Transit: a passenger survey from Beijing Southern Axis BRT Line 1, Taotao Deng and John D. Nelson

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Winners or Losers. Resident Perceptions of Transit-Induced Neighborhood Change, Yingling Fan and Andrew Guthrie

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Half-Mile Circle. Does It Best Represent Transit Station Catchments?, Erick Guerra, Robert Cervero, and Daniel Tischler

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Walk the line: station context, corridor type and bus rapid transit walk access in Jinan, China, Yang Jiang, P. Christopher Zegras, and Shomik Mehndiratta

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Redistributive effects of bus rapid transit (BRT) on development patterns and property values in Seoul, Korea, Myung-Jin Jun

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Impacts of Vacant Land Values Comparison of Metro Light Rail Station Areas in Phoenix, Arizona, Katherine Kittrell

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Transit Oriented Development in Copenhagen, Denmark: from the Finger Plan to Ørestad, Richard D. Knowles

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Modeling the effects of integrated rail and property development on the design of rail line services in a linear monocentric city, Zhi-Chun Li, William H.K. Lam, S. C. Wong, and Keechoo Choi

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Station Parking and Transit-Oriented Design Transit Perspective, Peter C. Martin and Wiliam E. Hurrell

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Measuring the impact of sub-urban transit-oriented developments on single-family home values, Shishir Mathur and Christopher Ferrell

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Establishing the conditions for effective transit-oriented development in China: the case of Dalian, Rui Mu and Marti de Jong

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Residential Property Values and New Jersey Transit Village Program, Robert B. Noland, Stephanie DiPetrillo, and Michael L. Lahr

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Modeling Household Residential Location Choice and Travel Behavior and Its Relationship with Public Transport Accessibility, Siti Nurlaela and Carey Curtis

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The impacts of an urban light rail system on residential property values: a case study of the Houston METRORail transit line, Qisheng Pan

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The reshaping of land use and urban form in Denver through transit-oriented development, Keith A. Ratner and Andrew R. Goetz

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Urban Rail Development in China. The Challenges Ahead, Andrew Salzberg, Shomik Mehndiratta, and Zhi Liu

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Prospering in Place: Linking Jobs, Development, and Transit to Spur Chicago’s Economy, The Center for Neighborhood Technology

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Preservation in Transit-Oriented Districts: A Study on the Need, Priorities, and Tools in Protecting Assisted and Unassisted Housing in the City of Los Angeles, Abigail Thorne-Lyman and Jeffrey Wood

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Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emissions and its Relationship with Urban Form, Transit Accessibility and Emerging Green Technologies: A Montreal Case Study, S A.H. Zahabi, L. Miranda-Moreno, Z. Patterson, P. Barla, and C. Harding

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The impacts of mass transit on land development in China: The case of Beijing, Ming Zhang and Lanlan Wang

Submissions from 2011

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Exploring the underlying dimensions of elements affecting traffic congestion relief impact of transit, Md. Aftabuzzaman, Graham Currie, and Marjid Sarvi

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If we build, will they pay? Predicting property price effects of transport innovations, Gabriel M. Ahlfeldt

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Land Use Planning and its Role in Transforming the Adelaide-Gawler Line into a Transit Corridor of Connected Transit Oriented Developments, Andrew Allan

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Geo-spatial analysis of activity spaces in a TOD environment – Tracking impacts of rail transport policy using kernel density estimation, Markus Botte and Doina Olaru

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Rails to Real Estate: Development Patterns Along Three New Transit Lines, Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Transit and Regional Economic Development, Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) and Employment, Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Do Public Transport Improvements Increase Agglomeration Economies? A Review of Literature and an Agenda for Research, Daniel G. Chatman and Robert B. Noland

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Station Access and the Modern Transit System, Chris A. Hale

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New Approaches to Strategic Urban Transport Assessment, Chris A. Hale

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Construction of Transit Metropolis in China: Theory and Practices, Min Huang

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Fostering rail-based accessibility by land management - a perspective from the French-German Bahn.Ville project, Johannes Keller, Gebhard Wulfhorst, and Thomas Leysens

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Making the Most of Transit: Density, Employment Growth, and Ridership around New Stations, Jed Kolko

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The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be Changing Trends And Their Implications For Transport Planning, Todd Litman

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Increasing the Patronage of Adelaide’s Northern Rail Corridor, Li Meng, Nicholas Holyoak, and Michael Taylor

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Residential location and transit-oriented development in a new rail corridor, Doina Olaru, Brett Smith, and John H.E. Taplin

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

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Can River Ferries Deliver Smart Growth? Experience of CityCats in Brisbane, Australia, Neil Sipe and Matthew I. Burke

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Transit-oriented development in a high-density city: Identifying its association with transit ridership in Seoul, Korea, Hyungun Sung and Ju-Taek Oh

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Planning for TOD at the regional scale: The Big Picture, The Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Understanding transit ridership demand for a multi-destination, multimodal transit network in an American Metropolitan area, Gregory L. Thompson, Jeffrey Brown, Torsha Bhattacharya, and Michal Joroszynski

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Public Transportation Systems as the Foundation for Economic Growth, Transportation Research Board

Submissions from 2010

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The geography of advance transit-oriented development in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, 2000–2007, Carol Atkinson-Palombo and Michael J. Kuby

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Performance-based transit-oriented development typology, Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Are Suburban TODs Over-Parked?, Robert Cervero, Arlie Adkins, and Cathleen Sullivan

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Economic impact of a supply change in mass transit in urban areas: A Canadian example, Jean Dubé, François Des Rosiers, Marius Thériault, and Patricia Dib

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The Mega-Project as Crux of Integrated Planning: Insights from Munich's Central Corridor, Chris A. Hale

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Relationship between proximity to transit and ridership for journey-to-work trips in Chicago, Marshall Lindsey, Joseph L. Schofer, Pablo Durango-Cohen, and Kimberly A. Gray