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Submissions from 2012

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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

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Evaluating public transit health benefits, Todd Litman

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Glattalbahn, Hannes Schneebeli, Andrew Nash, and Milena Scherer

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Rail Station Access – an assessment of options, Conor Semler and Chris Hale

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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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TOD203: Transit Corridors and TOD, The Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Public Transportation: Federal Role in Value Capture Strategies for Transit Is Limited, but Additional Guidance Could Help Clarify Policies, U.S. Government Accountability Office

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Operationalizing Place Making in a Choice Experiment Context, Craig D. Yannes, Nicholas E. Lownes, Norman W. Garrick, and Robert J. Johnston

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Can Transit-Oriented Development Reduce Peak-Hour Congestion?, Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2009

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New Transit Cooperative Research Program Research Confirms Transit-Oriented Developments Produce Fewer Auto Trips, G B. Arrington and Kimi Iboshi Sloop

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Access Walking Distance, Transit Use, and Transit-Oriented Development in North York City Center, Toronto, Canada, David F. Crowley, Amer S. Shalaby, and Hossein Zarei

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Effects of transportation and built environment on general health and obesity, Amir Samimi, Abolfazl Kouros Mohammadian, and Seyedali Madanizadeh

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Land Consumption Impacts of a Transportation System on a City: An Analysis, Yong Eun Shin, Vukan R. Vuchic, and Eric Christian Bruun

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Bus rapid transit and development: Policies and practices that affect development around transit, Cheryl Thole and Joseph Samus

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Children in a Rail-Based Developed Area of Japan: Travel Patterns, Independence, and Exercise, E Owen D Waygood and Ryuichi Kitamura

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Behavior-Based Transportation Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Under the Clean Development Mechanism: Transport-Efficient Development in Nanchang, China, P Christopher Zegras, Yang Chen, and Jurg M. Grutter

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Intrahousehold Interaction in Transit-Oriented Residential Choice Behavior Represented in Stated Preference Approach, Junyi Zhang and Akimasa Fujiwara

Submissions from 2008

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Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel, G. B. Arrington and Robert Cervero

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Past Presidents' Award for Merit in Transportation: Bus Rapid Transit Land Development Guidelines, Kelly Blume

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Is Alternative Development Undersupplied? Examination of Residential Preferences and Choices of Northern California Movers, Xinyu Cao

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Integrated railways-based policies: The Regional Metro System (RMS) project of Naples and Campania, Ennio Cascetta and Francesca Pagliara

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Suburbanization and transit-oriented development in China, Robert Cervero and Jennifer Day

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Transit Use at Transit-Oriented Developments in Portland, Oregon, Area, Jennifer Dill

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Residential Property Values and Mass Transit Service in Brisbane, Chris A. Hale

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Does Transit-Oriented Development Affect Metro Ridership? Evidence from Taipei, Taiwan, Jen-Jia Lin and Ting-Yu Shin

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Rail Transit Impacts on Land Use: Evidence from Shanghai, China, Haixiao Pan and Ming Zhang

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Land-Use Challenges to Implementing Transit-Oriented Development in China: Case Study of Jinan, Shandong Province, Alainna Thomas and Elizabeth Deakin

Submissions from 2007

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Maturity of Key Technologies Provides More Options for Transit and Paratransit Planners, Eric Christian Bruun

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Bursting the Bubble: Determining Transit-Oriented Development's Walkable Limits, Brian Canepa

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Transit-oriented development’s ridership bonus: a product of self-selection and public policies, Robert Cervero

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Transforming a Bus Station into a Transit-Oriented Development: Improving Pedestrian, Bicycling, and Transit Connections, Wayne D. Cottrell

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The effects of railway investments in a polycentric city: a comparison of competitive and segmented land markets, Ghebreegziabiher Debrezion, Eric Pels, and Piet Rietveld

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Transit-Oriented Development -- Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, J. E. Evans IV, Richard H. Pratt, Andrew Stryker, and J. Richard Kuzmyak

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Innovative Intermodal Solutions for Urban Transportation Paper Award: Quantifying Transit-Oriented Development's Ability to Change Travel Behavior, John Gard

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Transportation and Land-Use Preferences and Residents' Neighborhood Choices: The Sufficiency of Compact Development in the Atlanta Region, Jonathan Levine and Lawrence D. Frank

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Public transport oriented development: an international policy perspective, S Nieweler

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Financing Transit-Oriented Development: Understanding and Overcoming Obstacles, Marie Venner and Liisa Ecola

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Commuter Parking Versus Transit-Oriented Development: Evaluation Methodology, Richard William Willson and Val Menotti

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Chinese Edition of Transit-Oriented Development, Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2006

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Bus Transit Oriented Development — strengths and challenges relative to rail, Graham Currie

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Manifestations of Development Goals in Transit-Oriented Projects, Robert T. Dunphy and Douglas R. Porter

Submissions from 2005

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Impacts of Transit Oriented Development on Public Transportation Ridership, Sara J. Hendricks

Submissions from 2004

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Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects, Robert Cervero, S. Murphy, C. Ferrell, N Goguts, Y-H Tsai, G. B. Arrington, J Boroski, J Smith-Heimer, R Golem, P Peninger, E Nakajima, E Chui, R Dunphy, M Myers, and S McKay

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PARKING MANAGEMENT AND DOWNTOWN LAND DEVELOPMENT IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, Elizabeth Deakin, Ally Bechtel, Amber Crabbe, Mary Archer, Shannon CAIRNS, Andrew Kluter, Kamshing Leung, and Jason Ni

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POLICY SUPPORT FOR AND BARRIERS TO TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT IN THE INNER CITY: LITERATURE REVIEW, D B. Hess and P A. Lombardi

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COMPARING TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT SITES BY WALKABILITY INDICATORS, M Schlossberg and N Brown

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IMPLEMENTING A SUBURBAN NETWORK OF TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT CENTERS: POLICY IMPLICATIONS, C J. Swenson and F C. Dock

Submissions from 2003

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TRANSIT-ORIENTED URBAN DESIGN IMPACTS ON SUBURBAN LAND USE AND TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, F C. Dock and C J. Swenson

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COORDINATED TRANSPORTATION AND LAND USE PLANNING IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: CASE OF MEXICO CITY, M Gilat and J M. Sussman

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STRUCTURED PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS FOR IMPROVEMENT, T Grossardt, K Bailey, and J Brumm

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TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT IN THE SEATTLE, WA, USA, AREA, D S. Shelton and A K. Lo

Submissions from 2002

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TRANSIT'S VALUE-ADDED EFFECTS: LIGHT AND COMMUTER RAIL SERVICES AND COMMERCIAL LAND VALUES, Robert Cervero and M Duncan

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Building transit oriented development in established communities, Sara J. Hendricks and Julie Goodwill

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SOCIOECONOMIC, COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING INTEGRATED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS: APPLICATION TO CITY OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, C G. Phillips and H R. Edwards

Submissions from 2001

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BUILT ENVIRONMENT AS DETERMINANT OF WALKING BEHAVIOR: ANALYZING NONWORK PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL IN PORTLAND, OREGON, M J. Greenwald and M G. Boarnet

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BUS TRANSIT IN THE 21ST CENTURY: SOME PERSPECTIVES AND PROSPECTS, Herbert S. Levinson

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BUS RAPID TRANSIT INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES: THE ROUTE FROM RESEARCH TO EXPERIENCE, M A. Miller and S M. Buckley

Submissions from 2000

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EFFECTIVE TRANSIT REQUIRES WALKABLE COMMUNITIES: LAND USE LESSONS OF TRANSPORT PATTERNS IN FOUR WORLD CITIES, C S. Konheim and B Ketcham

Submissions from 1999

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TRANSIT JOINT DEVELOPMENT IN SAN DIEGO: POLICIES AND PRACTICES, N S. Bragado

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MARKET DYNAMICS AND NONWORK TRAVEL PATTERNS: OBSTACLES TO TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT?, D Nelson and J S. Niles

Submissions from 1998

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HARMONIZING TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNITY VALUES, K E. Heanue

Submissions from 1991

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Transit joint development in the USA: an inventory and policy assessment, J Landis, R Cervero, and P Hall