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Journal of Transport Geography

2008 - 2021

Current editor(s): Frank Witlox

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Volume 33, issue C, 2013

Travel behaviors, sustainable mobility, and transit-oriented developments: a travel counts analysis of older adults in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area pp. 1-11 Downloads
E. Eric Boschmann and Sylvia A. Brady
Residential dissonance and mode choice pp. 12-28 Downloads
Md. Kamruzzaman, Douglas Baker, Simon Washington and Gavin Turrell
A measure of equity for public transit connectivity pp. 29-41 Downloads
Timothy F. Welch and Sabyasachee Mishra
The severity of pedestrian crashes: an analysis using Google Street View imagery pp. 42-53 Downloads
Christopher S. Hanson, Robert Noland and Charles Brown
Exploring changes to cycle infrastructure to improve the experience of cycling for families pp. 54-61 Downloads
William Clayton and Charles Musselwhite
Two-phase optimization approach to transit hub location – the case of Dalian pp. 62-71 Downloads
Bin Yu, Hanbing Zhu, Wanjun Cai, Ning Ma, Qiji Kuang and Baozhen Yao
Analysis of factors underlying foreign entry strategies of terminal operators in container ports pp. 72-84 Downloads
Francesco Parola, Theo Notteboom, Giovanni Satta and Jean-Paul Rodrigue
Network geometry and the urban railway system: the potential benefits to geographers of harnessing inputs from “naive” outsiders pp. 85-94 Downloads
Gabriel Dupuy
Road pricing in the European Union: direct revenue transfer between countries pp. 95-104 Downloads
Javier Gutiérrez, Ana Margarida Condeço-Melhorado, Juan Carlos Martín and Concepción Román
Assessing public transport systems connectivity based on Google Transit data pp. 105-116 Downloads
Yuval Hadas
Transportation policy as spatial planning tool; reducing urban sprawl by increasing travel costs and clustering infrastructure and public transportation pp. 117-125 Downloads
Jonas De Vos and Frank Witlox
Civil rights guidance and equity analysis methods for regional transportation plans: a critical review of literature and practice pp. 126-134 Downloads
Alex Karner and Deb Niemeier
Trips and their CO2 emissions to and from a shopping center pp. 135-145 Downloads
Tao Jia, Kenneth Carling and Johan Håkansson
The use of space–time constraints for the selection of discretionary activity locations pp. 146-152 Downloads
Andreas Justen, Francisco J. Martínez and Cristián E. Cortés
Valuation of travel time for international long-distance travel – results from the Fehmarn Belt stated choice experiment pp. 153-161 Downloads
Stefan Mabit, Jeppe Rich, Peter Burge and Dimitris Potoglou
Effects of rail network enhancement on port hinterland container activity: a United Kingdom case study pp. 162-169 Downloads
Allan Woodburn
Exploring heterogeneity in travel time expenditure of aging populations in the Netherlands: results of a CHAID analysis pp. 170-179 Downloads
Dujuan Yang, Harry Timmermans and Anna Grigolon
Impact of fuel price on the development of the urban sprawl in Spain pp. 180-187 Downloads
Armando Ortuño-Padilla and Patricia Fernández-Aracil
Classifying airports according to their hub dimensions: an application to the US domestic network pp. 188-195 Downloads
Héctor Rodríguez-Déniz, Pere Suau-Sanchez and Augusto Voltes-Dorta
Urban transport transitions: Copenhagen, City of Cyclists pp. 196-206 Downloads
Stefan Gössling
Planning more for sustainable mobility pp. 210-219 Downloads
Robin Hickman, Peter Hall and David Banister
Forecasting greenhouse gas emissions from urban regions: microsimulation of land use and transport patterns in Austin, Texas pp. 220-229 Downloads
Sumala Tirumalachetty, Kara M. Kockelman and Brice G. Nichols
Land-use and socio-economics as determinants of traffic emissions and individual exposure to air pollution pp. 230-239 Downloads
Timothy Sider, Ahsan Alam, Mohamad Zukari, Hussam Dugum, Nathan Goldstein, Naveen Eluru and Marianne Hatzopoulou
Commuting and energy consumption: toward an equitable transportation policy pp. 240-249 Downloads
Ali Modarres
Landscape pattern and car use: Linking household data with satellite imagery pp. 250-257 Downloads
Rose Keller and Colin Vance
On the way or around the corner? Observed refueling choices of alternative-fuel drivers in Southern California pp. 258-267 Downloads
Scott Kelley and Michael Kuby
Value capture beyond municipalities: transit-oriented development and inter-city passenger rail investment in China’s Pearl River Delta pp. 268-277 Downloads
Guicai Li, Xiaofan Luan, Jiawen Yang and Xiongbin Lin

Volume 32, issue C, 2013

Investigating commuting flexibility with GPS data and 3D geovisualization: a case study of Beijing, China pp. 1-11 Downloads
Yue Shen, Mei-Po Kwan and Yanwei Chai
Path dependence and technological expectations in transport policy: the case of Finland and the UK pp. 12-22 Downloads
Paul Upham, Paula Kivimaa and Venla Virkamäki
A constrained cellular automata model to simulate the potential effects of high-speed train stations on land-use dynamics in trans-border regions pp. 23-37 Downloads
Reine Maria Basse
Does commuting time tolerance impede sustainable urban mobility? Analysing the impacts on commuting behaviour as a result of workplace relocation to a mixed-use centre in Lisbon pp. 38-48 Downloads
David S. Vale
Travel time as quality time: parental attitudes to long distance travel with young children pp. 49-55 Downloads
Laura Price and Bryan Matthews
The puzzle of mobility and access to the city in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 56-64 Downloads
Lourdes Diaz Olvera, Didier Plat and Pascal Pochet
Planning, place-making and building consensus for transit-oriented development: Ogden, Utah case study pp. 65-76 Downloads
Bryan Dorsey and Alice Mulder
Analysis of CO2 emissions for island ferry services pp. 77-85 Downloads
Alfred J. Baird and Roy N. Pedersen
Puncturing automobility? Carsharing practices pp. 86-92 Downloads
Jennifer L. Kent and Robyn Dowling
A comparative study of urban freight transport planning: addressing stakeholder needs pp. 93-101 Downloads
Erica E.F. Ballantyne, Maria Lindholm and Anthony Whiteing

Volume 31, issue C, 2013

A new concept of accessibility to personal activities: development of theory and application to an empirical study of mobility resource holdings pp. 1-10 Downloads
Scott Le Vine, Martin Lee-Gosselin, Aruna Sivakumar and John Polak
The effect of environmental factors on bicycle commuters in Vermont: influences of a northern climate pp. 11-17 Downloads
Phoebe Spencer, Richard Watts, Luis Vivanco and Brian Flynn
Dimensions of urban mobility cultures – a comparison of German cities pp. 18-29 Downloads
Thomas Klinger, Jeffrey R. Kenworthy and Martin Lanzendorf
An overview of 20years of Chinese logistics research using a content-based analysis pp. 30-34 Downloads
Abduwali Mahpula, DeGang Yang, Alishir Kurban and Frank Witlox
Mode of transport to work by government employees in the Kumasi metropolis, Ghana pp. 35-43 Downloads
Richard Amoh-Gyimah and Eric Nimako Aidoo
Transport infrastructures and employment growth in the Paris metropolitan margins pp. 44-53 Downloads
Miguel Padeiro
An explanation of the relationship between adults’ work trip mode and children’s school trip mode through the Heckman approach pp. 54-63 Downloads
Devajyoti Deka
Detecting traffic accident clusters with network kernel density estimation and local spatial statistics: an integrated approach pp. 64-71 Downloads
Zhixiao Xie and Jun Yan
Air transport in Africa: toward sustainable business models for African airlines pp. 72-83 Downloads
Stephan Heinz and O’Connell, John F.
Integrating airline operational practices into passenger airline hub definition pp. 84-93 Downloads
Megan S. Ryerson and Hyun Kim
Understanding the diffusion of public bikesharing systems: evidence from Europe and North America pp. 94-103 Downloads
Stephen D. Parkes, Greg Marsden, Susan A. Shaheen and Adam P. Cohen
The Channel Tunnel: transport patterns and regional impacts pp. 104-112 Downloads
Peter Thomas and O’Donoghue, Daniel
It is not how far you go, it is whether you can get there: modeling the effects of mobility on quality of life in rural New England pp. 113-122 Downloads
Jane Kolodinsky, Thomas Patrick DeSisto, David Propen, Matthew E. Putnam, Erin Roche and William R. Sawyer
Understanding spatial filtering for analysis of land use-transport data pp. 123-131 Downloads
Yiyi Wang, Kara M. Kockelman and Wang, Xiaokun (Cara)
Mode choice of university students commuting to school and the role of active travel pp. 132-142 Downloads
Kate E. Whalen, Antonio Páez and Juan A. Carrasco
Modelling travel time in urban networks: comparable measures for private car and public transport pp. 143-153 Downloads
Maria Salonen and Tuuli Toivonen
Accessibility improvement, territorial cohesion and spillovers: a multidimensional evaluation of two motorway sections in Poland pp. 154-163 Downloads
Marcin Stepniak and Piotr Rosik
Exploring cellular network handover information for urban mobility analysis pp. 164-170 Downloads
Merkebe Getachew Demissie, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia and Carlos Bento
Route-level passenger variation within three multi-airport regions in the USA pp. 171-180 Downloads
Kurt Fuellhart, O’Connor, Kevin and Christopher Woltemade
Transportation planning methodologies for post-disaster recovery in regional communities: the East Japan Earthquake and tsunami 2011 pp. 181-191 Downloads
Hitomi Nakanishi, Kojiro Matsuo and John Black
Analysing the impact of network change on transport disadvantage: a GIS-based case study of Belfast pp. 192-200 Downloads
Neale Blair, Julian Hine and Syed Murtaza Asghar Bukhari
Spain: highs and lows of 20years of HSR operation pp. 201-206 Downloads
Begoña Guirao
Missed opportunities: sustainable mobility and the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil pp. 207-208 Downloads
Acácia C.M. Malhado, Lindemberg M. Araujo and Richard J. Ladle
Challenges and recommendations for advancing High-Speed Rail policy in the United States pp. 209-211 Downloads
Senanu Ashiabor and Wenbin Wei
The structure of joint leisure trips: analyzing two-person leisure trips of Dutch students pp. 216-225 Downloads
Dick Ettema and Danielle Zwartbol
Boots are made for walking: interactions across physical and social space in infrastructure-poor regions pp. 226-235 Downloads
Petr Matous, Yasuyuki Todo and Dagne Mojo
Distance patterns of personal networks in four countries: a comparative study pp. 236-248 Downloads
Matthias Kowald, Pauline van den Berg, Andreas Frei, Juan-Antonio Carrasco, Theo Arentze, Kay Axhausen, Diana Mok, Harry Timmermans and Barry Wellman
An examination of the relationship between social interactions and travel uncertainty pp. 249-257 Downloads
Tim J. Ryley and Alberto Zanni
Dynamic modelling of travellers’ social interactions and social learning pp. 258-266 Downloads
Yos Sunitiyoso, Erel Avineri and Kiron Chatterjee
Urban sprawl and social interaction potential: an empirical analysis of large metropolitan regions in the United States pp. 267-277 Downloads
Steven Farber and Xiao Li
Does the social environment influence active travel? An investigation of walking in Hamilton, Canada pp. 278-285 Downloads
Andrew F. Clark and Darren M. Scott
Built environments, social environments, and activity-travel behavior: a case study of Hong Kong pp. 286-295 Downloads
Donggen Wang and Tao Lin
Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science pp. 296-308 Downloads
Harvey J. Miller
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