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Submissions from 2021

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A streetcar to be desired? The development of a new approach to measure perception of place quality in the context of tram network modernisation, Matthew J. Diemer, Graham Currie, Chris De Gruyter, Md. Kamruzzaman, and Ian Hopkins

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Evaluating the impacts of transit-oriented developments (TODs) on household transportation expenditures in California, Hongwei Dong

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Transit access and urban space-time structure of American cities, Alireza Ermagun

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Walkability assessment for urban areas around railway stations along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor, Noriko Otsuka, Dirk Wittowsky, Marlene Damerau, and Christian Gerten

Submissions from 2020

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Coordination between node, place, and ridership: Comparing three transit operators in Tokyo, Zhejing Cao, Yasuo Asakura, and Zongbo Tan

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Can high quality public transport support reduced car parking requirements for new residential apartments?, Chris De Gruyter, Long T. Truong, and Elizabeth J. Taylor

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Social and economic impacts of public transportation on adjacent communities: The case of the Addis Ababa light rail transit, Gebeyew T. Deyas and Mintesnot G. Woldeamanuel

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Transit oriented development and retail: Is variation in success explained by a gap between theory and practice?, Joanna Ganning and Matthew McKee Miller

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Transit-oriented development: A review of research achievements and challenges, Anna Ibraeva, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Cecília Silva, and António Pais Antunes

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A conceptual framework and implementation tool for land use planning for corridor transit oriented development, Liwen Liu, Ming Zhang, and Tao Xu

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Considering context and dynamics: A classification of transit-orientated development for New York City, Yunzhe Liu, Alex Singleton, and Daniel Arribas-Bel

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The role of city geometry in determining the utility of a small urban light rail/tram system, Michael Mc Gettrick

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Evaluating sustainability and land use integration of BRT stations via extended node place model, an application on BRT stations of Tehran, Parsa Pezeshknejad, Saeed Monajem, and Hamid Mozafari

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Fear follows form: A study of the relationship between neighborhood type, income and fear of crime at train stations, Sofie Kirt Strandbygaard, Otto Anker Nielsen, Alan Keith Spencer Jones, Bo Grönlund, and Lotte Bjerregaard Jensen

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Evaluating the effects of environmental factors and a transfer fare discount policy on the performance of an urban metro system, Wann-Ming Wey, Chao-Chung Kang, and Haider A. Khan

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Public transport or E-bike taxis: the implication of everyday mobilities in contemporary China, Hua Xia

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Mega-event transport legacy in a developing country: The case of Rio 2016 Olympic Games and its Transolímpica BRT corridor, Y. Yamawaki, Castro Filho, and G. E.G.d. Costa

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On the importance of Shenzhen metro transit to land development and threshold effect, Jiawen Yang, Pinren Su, and Jason Cao

Submissions from 2019

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What is the role of weather, built-environment and accessibility geographical characteristics in influencing travelers’ experience?, Roberto F. Abenoza, Chengxi Liu, Oded Cats, and Yusak O. Susilo

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Propensity Score Weighting with Generalized Boosted Models to Explore the Effects of the Built Environment and Residential Self-Selection on Travel Behavior, Yiling Deng and Yadan Yan

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Impacts of Rail Transit Accessibility on Firm Spatial Distribution: Case Study in the Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC, Hiroyuki Iseki and Hyunjoo Eom

Submissions from 2018

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Impact of Built Environment on First- and Last-Mile Travel Mode Choice, Baichuan Mo, Yu Shen, and Jinhua Zhao

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Multi-level urban form and commuting mode share in rail station areas across the United States; a seemingly unrelated regression approach, Arefeh Nasri and Lei Zhang

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The extended node-place model at the local scale: Evaluating the integration of land use and transport for Lisbon's subway network, David S. Vale, Cláudia M. Viana, and Mauro Pereira

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Local environmental factors in walking distance at metro stations, John Zacharias and Qi Zhao

Submissions from 2017

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Jacksonville, Florida, Transportation Authority’s Mobility Corridors: Improving Transit System Performance Through Enhanced Safety and Urban Design, Frederick Jones and Jaimison Sloboden

Submissions from 2016

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Complete Streets Policies and Public Transit, Andrew Babb and Kari Edison Watkins

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The design speculation and action research assemblage: ‘transit for all’ and the transformation of Melbourne's passenger rail system, Ian Woodcock

Submissions from 2015

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Designing the Modern Multimodal Urban Arterial: Case Study of the Webster Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Project, Eric B. Beaton, Evan Bialostozky, Patrick Dougherty, Taylor Reiss Gouge, and Theodore V. Orosz

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Residential Preference and Choice of Movers in Light Rail Neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Xinyu (Jason) Cao

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Rail-based public transport and urban spatial structure: The interplay between network design, congestion and urban form, Martijn I. Dröes and Piet Rietveld

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Direct Ridership Model of Rail Rapid Transit Systems in Canada, Matthew Durning and Craig Townsend

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Office Rent Premiums with Respect to Light Rail Transit Stations: Case Study of Dallas, Texas, with Implications for Planning of Transit-Oriented Development, Arthur C. Nelson, Dejan Eskic, Shima Hamidi, Susan J. Petheram, Reid Ewing, and Jenny H. Liu

Submissions from 2014

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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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The link between urban development and the modal split in commuting: the case of Biscay, Lorea Mendiola, Pilar González, and Àngel Cebollada

Submissions from 2013

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Impact of urban form on transport and economic outcomes, Stuart Donovan and Ian Munro

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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Transportation in an Aging Society. Linkage Between Transportation and Quality of Life, Sungyop Kim and Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson

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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

Submissions from 2012

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National mapping of integrated transport and land use, Andy Haigh and Helen Lane

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Assessing the impact of proposed transit investments and public policy choices on land use patterns (A simulation approach with UrbanSim), Chanyoung Lee and Zhenyu Wang

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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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Proposed Policies to Support the New Metro System in Qatar, Khaled Shaaban and Rania F. Khalil

Submissions from 2011

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Reurbanisation: a chance for public transport?, André Bruns and Wilco Manz

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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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The role of attitudes and public transport service on vehicle ownership in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Chinh Quoc Ho and Toshiyuki Yamamoto

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Developing Densely: Estimating the Effect of Subway Growth on New York City Land Uses, David King

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The influence of the built environment on mode choice – evidence from the journey to work in Sydney, Matthew McKibbin

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

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Coordination between Urban Planning and Transportation Hub Design of Passenger Dedicated Line, Xiaoke Yu and Feng Chen

Submissions from 2010

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Measuring the Gap Between Car and Transit Accessibility, Itzhak Benenson, Karel Martens, and Yodan Rofé

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

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Evaluating the feasibility of a passive travel survey collection in a complex urban environment: Lessons learned from the New York City case study, Cynthia Chen, Hongmian Gong, Catherine Lawson, and Evan Bialostozky

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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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The role of the rail system in the Sydney journey to work – a geospatial analysis, Kym Norley

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

Submissions from 2008

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

Submissions from 2007

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Planning for "Laobaixing": Public Participation in Urban Transportation Project, Liaoning, China, Wenling Chen and Shomik Raj Mehndiratta

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Modeling Residential Sorting Effects to Understand the Impact of the Built Environment on Commute Mode Choice, Abdul Rawoof Pinjari, Ram M. Pendyala, Chandra R. Bhat, and Paul A. Waddell

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The Influence of Built Environment to the Trends in Commuting Journeys in the Netherlands, Yusak O. Susilo and Kees Maat

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Chinese Edition of Transit-Oriented Development, Ming Zhang

Submissions from 2006

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ITE Committee Report Summary. Context Sensitive Solutions in Designing Major Urban Thoroughfares for Walkable Communities: An ITE Proposed Recommended Practice, James M. Daisa

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Wasted density? The impact of Toronto’s residential-density-distribution policies on public-transit use and walking, Pierre Filion, Kathleen McSpurren, and Brad Appleby

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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FORECASTING TRANSIT WALK ACCESSIBILITY: REGRESSION MODEL ALTERNATIVE TO BUFFER METHOD, Fang Zhao, Lee-Fang Chow, Min-Tang Li, Ike Ubaka, and Albert Gan

Submissions from 2002

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BUILT ENVIRONMENTS AND MODE CHOICE: TOWARD A NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK, Robert Cervero

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DENSIFICATION AND URBAN COMPACTION: REINFORCING THE DRIVE FOR SUSTAINABILITY, James COOPER, Karen Donegan, Tim Ryley, Austin SMYTH, and Ed Granzow

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TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOODS AND AUTOMOBILE OWNERSHIP, D B. Hess and P M. Ong