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Submissions from 2015

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Level-Based Approach to Public Transport Network Planning, Hermann Orth, Andrew Nash, and Ulrich Weidmann

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An exploration of the demand limit for flex-route as feeder transit services: a case study in Salt Lake City, Feng Qiu, Wenquan Li, and Ali Haghani

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Demi-flexible operating policies to promote the performance of public transit in low-demand areas, Feng Qiu, Jinxing Shen, Xuechi Zhang, and Chengchuan An

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Inclusion of quality criteria in public bus service contracts in metropolitan areas, Marta Rojo, Luigi dell’Olio, Hernán Gonzalo-Orden, and Ángel Ibeas

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Commuting to college: The effectiveness and social efficiency of transportation demand management policies, Lucia Rotaris and Romeo Danielis

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Event-Driven Holding Control for High-Frequency Transit, Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, and Nigel H. M. Wilson

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Improving service quality in public transportation systems using automated customer feedback, Anselmo Stelzer, Frank Englert, Stephan Hörold, and Cindy Mayas

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Street Connectivity Versus Street Widening: Impact of Enhanced Street Connectivity on Traffic Operations in Transit-Supportive Environments, Ivana Tasic, Milan Zlatkovic, Peter T. Martin, and Richard J. Porter

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Stretching resources: sensitivity of optimal bus frequency allocation to stop-level demand elasticities, İ. Ömer Verbas, Charlotte Frei, Hani S. Mahmassani, and Raymond Chan

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Impact evaluation of a mass transit fare change on demand and revenue utilizing smart card data, Zi-jia Wang, Xiao-hong Li, and Feng Chen

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Development of a maximum likelihood regression tree-based model for predicting subway incident delay, Jinxian Weng, Yang Zheng, Xiaobo Qu, and Xuedong Yan

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Transport user benefits calculation with the “Rule of a Half” for travel demand models with constraints, Christian Winkler

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Effective Modeling for a Distance-Based Fare Structure with a Time-Expanded Network, Donghyung Yook and Kevin Heaslip

Submissions from 2014

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Integrating Livability Principles into Transit Planning: Screening Chicago Bus Rapid Transit Opportunities, Joshua K. Anderson and Josh Ellis

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Metropolitan Transit Agency's Experience Operating General-Public Demand-Responsive Transit, Jeff Becker, Roger Teal, and Rebecca Mossige

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Policy analysis of third party electronic coupons for public transit fares, Joseph Y. J. Chow

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The Effect of Density and Trip-Chaining on the Interaction between Urban Form and Transit Demand, Sisinnio Concas and Joseph S. DeSalvo

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Direct Ridership Models of Bus Rapid Transit and Metro Systems in Mexico City, Mexico, Nicolae Duduta

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Service Coverage Factors Affecting Bus Transit System Availability, Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti, and Gabriella Mazzulla

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Measuring Travel Behavior and Transit Trip Generation Characteristics of Transit-Oriented Developments, Arsalan Faghri and Mohan Venigalla

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Effects of Transit Real-Time Information Usage Strategies, Achille Fonzone and Jan-Dirk Schmöcker

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Dynamic Dispatch with Advanced Train Control System Data Application to Muni Metro Light Rail Vehicles Departing Embarcadero Station in San Francisco, California, April M. Hickey, Cornelius Nuworsoo, and Christopher A. Pangilinan

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Assessing the financial and social costs of public transport in differing operating environments and with endogenous demand, Xucheng Li and John Preston

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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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Airport Cities and Airport Public Transport Access Demand Balancing or Peak Exacerbation? Case of Zurich Airport, Switzerland, Hermann Orth and Ulrich Weidmann

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Effects of Travel Demand Levels on Optimal Strategies for Metro System Management in Failure Contexts, Antonio Placido, Valerio De Martinis, Bruno Montella, Mariano Gallo, and Luca D’Acierno

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A dynamic station strategy to improve the performance of flex-route transit services, Feng Qiu, Wenquan Li, and Jian Zhang

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Transition to a Transit City Case of Beijing, Ziqi Song

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Transport Modelling Review: Independent Review, John Taplin, Michael Taylor, Sharon Biermann, and Doina Olaru

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Evaluating light rail sketch planning: actual versus predicted station boardings in Phoenix, Christopher Upchurch and Michael Kuby

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The design, management and operation of flexible transport systems: Comparison of experience between UK, Japan and India, Steve Wright, C. David Emele, Masayuki Fukumoto, Nagendra R. Velaga, and John D. Nelson

Submissions from 2013

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Evaluation of Travel Demand Impacts in the Case of Rail System Failure, Luca D'Acierno, Mariano Gallo, Bruno Montella, and Antonio Placido

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Riding More Frequently, Estimating Disaggregate Ridership Elasticity for a Large Urban Bus Transit Network, Charlotte Frei and Hani S. Mahmassani

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Forecasting Paratransit Services Demand – Review and Recommendations, Jay A. Goodwill and Ann Joslin

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Flexible Public Transportation services in Florida, Jay A. Goodwill and Lisa Staes

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Transit Deserts: The Gap between Demand and Supply, Junfeng Jiao and Maxwell Dillivan

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Synthesis of Traveler Choice Research: Improving Modeling Accuracy for Better Transportation Decisionmaking, Hani S. Mahmassani, Frank Koppelman, Charlotte Frei, Andreas Frei, and Robert Haas

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A Review of Pseudo Panel Data Approach in Estimating Short-run and Long-run Public Transport Demand Elasticities, Chi-Hong Patrick Tsai, Corinne Mulley, and Geoffrey Clifton

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Experience with the development of off-peak bus services, Ian P. Wallis

Submissions from 2012

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Retrieving Real-time Information to users in Public Transport Networks: An Application to the Lisbon Bus System, David Alves, Luis M. Martinez, and José M. Viegas

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The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Review and meta-analysis of U.K. time elasticities of travel demand, Mark Wardman

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Forecasting the short-term metro passenger flow with empirical mode decomposition and neural networks, Yu Wei and Mu-Chen Chen

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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Confrontation of Different Objectives in the determination of train scheduling, David Canca, Alejandro Zarzo, Encarnación Algaba, and Eva Barrena

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Modeling capacity flexibility of transportation networks, Anthony Chen and Panatda Kasikitwiwat

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Synthesis of Transport Planning Approaches for the World's Largest Events, Graham Currie and Amer Shalaby

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The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Business cycles and future transport demand: how use of a leading indicator improves forecasts of rail passenger transport, M. O. de Bruyn and P. Spijkerman

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Resource Guide for Commingling ADA and Non-ADA Paratransit Riders, Rosemary B. Gerty, Thomas F. Procopio, Caroline R. Ferris, Elizabeth Ellis, and Sue Knapp

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Estimating multimodal transit ridership with a varying fare structure, Konstantina Gkritza, Matthew G. Karlaftis, and Fred L. Mannering

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Characteristics of premium transit services that affect mode choice TCRP H-37 summary of phase 1, Maren L. Outwater, Greg Spitz, John Lobb, Margaret Campbell, Bhargava Sana, Ram Pendyala, and William Woodford

Submissions from 2010

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Peak Hour Passenger Train Crowding Levels in Sydney and Their Implications for Urban Consolidation, Tim Brooker

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Optimizing the demand captured by a railway system with a regular timetable, Roberto Cordone and Francesco Redaelli

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Travel Demand Forecasting Analysis Challenges Supporting Washington State Ferries' Long-Range Plan Development, Youssef Dehghani, Celine K. Gihring, David S. Shelton, T. Brent Baker, Amith Yarlagadda, and Robert Tung

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A review of policy and economic instruments for peak demand management in commuter rail, Liesel Henn, George Karpouzis, and Keith Sloan

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Employer and institutional TDM strategies - Traveler response to transportation system changes, J. Richard Kuzmyak, John E.(Jay) Evans IV, and Richard H. Pratt

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Feeder transit services: Choosing between fixed and demand responsive policy, Xiugang Li and Luca Quadrifoglio

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Policy-Making Tool for Optimization of Transit Priority Lanes in Urban Network, Mahmoud Mesbah, Majid Sarvi, Graham Currie, and Mahmoud Saffarzadeh

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Sustainable transport challenges in a suburban university: The case of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Carme Miralles-Guasch and Elena Domene

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Public transport and road pricing: a survey and simulation experiments, Theodore Tsekeris and Stefan Voß

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Optimal All-Stop, Short-Turn, and Express Transit Services Under Heterogeneous Demand, Yavuz Y. Ulusoy, Steven I-Jy Chien, and Chien-Hung Wei

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Opportunities for managing peak train travel demand: a Melbourne pilot study, Melissa Webb, Simon Gaymer, and Peter Stuchbery

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Developing a Technique that Predicts the Impacts of TDM on a Transportation System, Philip L. Winters, Chanyoung Lee, Edward L. Hillsman, and Nevine L. Georggi

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Mass transit systems of Beijing: governance evolution and analysis, Meng Xu, Avishai Ceder, Ziyou Gao, and Wei Guan

Submissions from 2009

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Modal Choices and Spending Patterns of Travelers to Downtown San Francisco, California: Impacts of Congestion Pricing on Retail Trade, Elizabeth M. Bent and Krute Singa

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Quantifying the Net Social Benefits of Vehicle Trip Reductions: Guidance for Customizing the TRIMMS© Model, Sisinnio Concas and Philip L. Winters

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Road Pricing as Impetus for Environment-Friendly Travel Behavior: Results from a Stated Adaptation Experiment, Davy Janssens, Mario Cools, Elke Amelie Moons, Geert Wets, Theo A. Arentze, and Harry J P Timmermans

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Financing Public Transport Systems in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Challenges and Prospects, Amin T. Kiggundu

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Integrating Measures for Business Continuity and Transportation Demand Management to Ensure Regional Emergency Preparedness and Mobility, Frank Mongioi, Lisa McNally, and Ryan Thompson

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Utilizing Information Technology in Innovative Marketing Approaches for Public Transportation, William P. Morris, Kelly Robertson, and Jeremy Spinks

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Heterogeneous Decision Rule Model of Mode Choice Incorporating Utility Maximization and Disutility Minimization, Karthik K. Srinivasan, G Maheswara Naidu, and Tejaswi Sutrala

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Residential Off-Street Parking Impacts on Car Ownership, Vehicle Miles Traveled, and Related Carbon Emissions: New York City Case Study, Rachel R. Weinberger, Mark Seaman, and Carolyn Johnson

Submissions from 2008

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Smarter Choices: Assessing the Potential to Achieve Traffic Reduction Using Soft Measures, S Cairns, L Sloman, C Newson, J Anable, A Kirkbride, and P Goodwin

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Psychological effects of travel behavior on preference of residential location choice, Kasem Choocharukul, Hong Tan Van, and Satoshi Fujii

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Managing transport challenges when oil prices rise, S. Donovan, J. Genter, B. Petrenas, N. Mumby, T. Hazledine, Todd Litman, G. Hewison, T. Guidera, L. O'Reilly, A. Green, and G. Leyland

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Four Challenges to Incorporating Transportation Demand Management into the Land Development Process, Sara Jane Hendricks

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Travel demand management: Lessons for Malaysia, Jeyapalan Kasipillai and Pikkay Chan

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Evolution and Effect of Transportation Policy on Public Transit: Lessons from Beijing, Hong Ma, Tracy Hadden-Loh, Xinmiao Yang, Zhuangzhi Sun, and Qixin Shi

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Dynamic micro-assignment modeling approach for integrated multimodal urban corridor management, Xuesong Zhou, Hani S. Mahmassani, and Kuilin Zhang

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

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Assessment of a Campus Transit Program(Auburn University Tiger Transit Case Study), Jaydeep Chaudhari

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Economics of Travel Demand Management: Comparative Cost Effectiveness and Public Investment, Sisinnio Concas and Philip L. Winters

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Transit Ridership, Automobile Gas Prices, and World Events: New Drivers of Change?, Graham Currie and Justin Phung

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Factors Affecting Work Site Mode Choice: Findings from Portland, Oregon, Jennifer Dill and Erin Wardell

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What Drives Car Use? A Grounded Theory Analysis of Commuters' Reasons for Driving, Benjamin Gardner and Charles Abraham

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Congestion and variable user charging as an effective travel demand management instrument, David A. Hensher and Sean M. Puckett

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Measuring Demand Management Impacts in a Sustainable Compliance Environment for the Americans with Disabilities Act: Orange County, California, Heather Menninger-Mayeda, Erin Rogers, Dana Wiemiller, Patrick Sampson, and Gracie Davis

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Singapore Motorisation Restraint and its Implications on Travel Behaviour and Urban Sustainability, Piotr S. Olszewski

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Exploring Approaches Towards a Sustainable Transport System, Stephen Potter

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Investigation and analysis of evidence of asymmetric churn in travel demand models, Wafaa Saleh and Seona Farrell

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Impact of Employer-Based Programs on Transit System Ridership and Transportation System Performance, Philip Winters, Nevine L. Georggi, Sachin Rai, and Liren Zhou

Submissions from 2006

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Athens 2004 Olympic Games: Transportation Planning, Simulation and Traffic Management, John M. Frantzeskakis and Michael J. Frantzeskakis

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National Smart Transportation Archive Researcher, Sara Hendricks, Liren Zhou, and Christopher Hagelin

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Mitigating Traffic Impacts During the Marquette Interchange Reconstruction Project, Marc W. Hustad, Manojoy Nag, and Andy Kowske

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Understanding the Process of Adaptation to Car-Use Reduction Goals, Peter Loukopoulos, Cecilia Jakobsson, Tommy Garling, Solveig Meland, and Satoshi Fujii

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Past Presidents' Award for Merit in Transportation Engineering: Assessing Transportation Policy Using an Activity-Based Microsimulation Model of Travel Demand, Matthew J. Roorda and Eric J. Miller

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Six Principles of Persuasion to Promote Community-Based Travel Behavior Change, Rita K. Seethaler and Geoffrey Rose

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Active Commuting in a University Setting: Assessing Commuting Habits and Potential for Modal Change, Tya Shannon, Billie Giles-Corti, Terri Pikora, Max Bulsara, Trevor Shilton, and Fiona Bull

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Regional Study of Value Pricing in the Dallas-Fort Worth Region, Texas, Jane L. Tiedeman and Alan H. Straus