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Journal of Transport Geography

2008 - 2021

Current editor(s): Frank Witlox

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Volume 27, issue C, 2013

Governing the European port–city interface: institutional impacts on spatial projects between city and port pp. 4-13 Downloads
Tom A. Daamen and Isabelle Vries
Stakeholder management and path dependence in large-scale transport infrastructure development: the port of Antwerp case (1960–2010) pp. 14-25 Downloads
Michael Dooms, Alain Verbeke and Elvira Haezendonck
Institutional plasticity and path dependence in seaports: interactions between institutions, port governance reforms and port authority routines pp. 26-35 Downloads
Theo Notteboom, Peter De Langen and Wouter Jacobs
The Heartland Intermodal Corridor: public private partnerships and the transformation of institutional settings pp. 36-45 Downloads
Jason Monios and Bruce Lambert
Institutions, bureaucratic and logistical roles of dry ports: the Brazilian experiences pp. 46-55 Downloads
Adolf K.Y. Ng, Flavio Padilha and Athanasios Pallis
Shaping port governance: the territorial trajectories of reform pp. 56-65 Downloads
Jean Debrie, Valérie Lavaud-Letilleul and Francesco Parola
Regional port authorities: leading players in innovation networks? pp. 66-75 Downloads
Stephen Cahoon, Hilary Pateman and Shu-Ling Chen

Volume 26, issue C, 2013

School commuting: the relationship between energy consumption and urban form pp. 1-11 Downloads
Anne-Francoise Marique, Sébastien Dujardin, Jacques Teller and Sigrid Reiter
Understanding pedestrian crowd panic: a review on model organisms approach pp. 12-17 Downloads
Nirajan Shiwakoti and Majid Sarvi
Does residential parking supply affect household car ownership? The case of New York City pp. 18-28 Downloads
Zhan Guo
Determining optimal transit charges: the Kiel Canal in Germany pp. 29-42 Downloads
Nadine Heitmann, Katrin Rehdanz and Ulrich Schmidt
Comparing pedestrians’ needs and behaviours in different land use environments pp. 43-50 Downloads
Puay Ping Koh and Yiik Diew Wong
Developing context-sensitive livability indicators for transportation planning: a measurement framework pp. 51-64 Downloads
Harvey J. Miller, Frank Witlox and Calvin P. Tribby
Travelling together: participatory research methods for disability inclusive road development in Papua New Guinea pp. 65-71 Downloads
Carolyn Whitzman, Kathryn James and Ipul Poweseu
Parental chauffeurs: what drives their transport choice? pp. 72-77 Downloads
Alison Carver, Anna Timperio and David Crawford
The relationship between air travel behaviour and the key life stages of having children and entering retirement pp. 78-86 Downloads
Lisa Davison and Tim Ryley
A new approach to modelling distance-decay functions for accessibility assessment in transport studies pp. 87-96 Downloads
L. Miguel Martínez and José Manuel Viegas
A model to estimate the origin–destination matrix for soybean exportation in Brazil pp. 97-107 Downloads
Marcelino Aurélio Vieira da Silva and Marcio de Almeida D’Agosto,
Estimating potential long-haul air passenger traffic in national networks containing two or more dominant cities pp. 108-116 Downloads
Athina Sismanidou, Joan Tarradellas, Germà Bel and Xavier Fageda
Mapping travelers’ attitudes: does space matter? pp. 117-125 Downloads
Antonio Páez
European integration and national models for railway networks (1840–2010) pp. 126-138 Downloads
Jordi Martí-Henneberg
The impact of security on travelers across the Canada–US border pp. 139-146 Downloads
Susan L. Bradbury
Dyslexia and mobility-related social exclusion: the role of travel information provision pp. 147-157 Downloads
Deborah Lamont, Susan Kenyon and Glenn Lyons
An empirical model for trip distribution of commuters in The Netherlands: transferability in time and space reconsidered pp. 158-165 Downloads
Tobias Thomas and S.I.A. Tutert
Capabilities for mobility among urban older women: barriers, strategies and options pp. 166-174 Downloads
Susanne Nordbakke

Volume 25, issue C, 2012

Using floating catchment analysis (FCA) techniques to examine intra-urban variations in accessibility to public transport opportunities: the example of Cardiff, Wales pp. 1-14 Downloads
M. Langford, G. Higgs and R. Fry
Spatial and temporal visualization of transit operations performance data at a network level pp. 15-26 Downloads
Mahmoud Mesbah, Graham Currie, Claudia Lennon and Trevor Northcott
Measuring the size of an airport’s catchment area pp. 27-34 Downloads
Rogier Lieshout
LandSys: an agent-based Cellular Automata model of land use change developed for transportation analysis pp. 35-49 Downloads
Liyuan Zhao and Zhong-Ren Peng
Determinants of normal and extreme commute distance in a sprawled midsize Canadian city: evidence from Windsor, Canada pp. 50-57 Downloads
Hanna Maoh and Zhongyuan Tang
New port development and global city making: emergence of the Shanghai–Yangshan multilayered gateway hub pp. 58-69 Downloads
Chengjin Wang and César Ducruet
The evolving Interstate Highway System and the changing geography of the United States pp. 70-86 Downloads
Joe Weber
An accessibility approach to railways and municipal population growth, 1840–1930 pp. 98-104 Downloads
Carl Koopmans, Piet Rietveld and Aart Huijg
The accessibility impact of a new High-Speed Rail line in the UK – a preliminary analysis of winners and losers pp. 105-114 Downloads
Héctor S. Martínez Sánchez-Mateos and Moshe Givoni
Sectoral heterogeneity, accessibility and population–employment dynamics in Dutch cities pp. 115-127 Downloads
Thomas Graaff, Frank G. van Oort and Raymond Florax
The relationship between opening hours and accessibility of public service delivery pp. 128-140 Downloads
Tijs Neutens, Matthias Delafontaine, Tim Schwanen and Nico Van de Weghe
Measuring accessibility: positive and normative implementations of various accessibility indicators pp. 141-153 Downloads
Antonio Páez, Darren M. Scott and Catherine Morency
Land value capture finance for transport accessibility: a review pp. 154-161 Downloads
Francesca Medda

Volume 24, issue C, 2012

Potential freight distribution improvements using motorways of the sea pp. 1-11 Downloads
Pau Morales-Fusco, Sergi Saurí and Alejandro Lago
Spatial variation of transit service quality preferences in Dar-es-Salaam pp. 12-21 Downloads
Alphonse Nkurunziza, Mark Zuidgeest, Mark Brussel and Frans Van den Bosch
Understanding urban freight activity – key issues for freight planning pp. 22-32 Downloads
Tom Cherrett, Julian Allen, Fraser McLeod, Sarah Maynard, Adrian Hickford and Mike Browne
Maritime degree, centrality and vulnerability: port hierarchies and emerging areas in containerized transport (2008–2010) pp. 33-44 Downloads
Fernando González Laxe, Maria Jesus Freire Seoane and Carlos Pais Montes
Investigating relationships between road freight transport, facility location, logistics management and urban form pp. 45-57 Downloads
J. Allen, M. Browne and T. Cherrett
Istanbul Metrobüs: first intercontinental bus rapid transit pp. 58-66 Downloads
Pelin Alpkokin and Murat Ergun
Immobility in Rio de Janeiro, beyond poverty pp. 67-76 Downloads
Benjamin Motte-Baumvol and Carlos D. Nassi
The dynamic spatial multinomial probit model: analysis of land use change using parcel-level data pp. 77-88 Downloads
Wang, Xiaokun (Cara), Kara M. Kockelman and Jason D. Lemp
The wider spatial-economic impacts of high-speed trains: a comparative case study of Manchester and Lille sub-regions pp. 89-110 Downloads
Chia-Lin Chen and Peter Hall
Using Social Network Analysis to profile people based on their e-communication and travel balance pp. 111-122 Downloads
P. Roy, A.J. Martínez, G. Miscione, M.H.P. Zuidgeest and M.F.A.M. van Maarseveen
Factors influencing commute distance: a case study of Toronto’s commuter shed pp. 123-129 Downloads
Jeffrey J. Axisa, Darren M. Scott and Bruce Newbold
Territorial cohesion impacts of high-speed rail at different planning levels pp. 130-141 Downloads
Emilio Ortega, Elena López and Andrés Monzón
Transport accessibility and social inequities: a tool for identification of mobility needs and evaluation of transport investments pp. 142-154 Downloads
Juan Pablo Bocarejo S. and Daniel Ricardo Oviedo H.
Intra-urban daily mobility of disabled people for recreational and leisure purposes pp. 155-172 Downloads
Zbigniew Taylor and Iwona Józefowicz
A relational approach to analysing leisure travel pp. 173-181 Downloads
Dick Ettema and Tim Schwanen
Adapting to liberalization: government procurement of interregional passenger transports in Sweden, 1989–2008 pp. 182-188 Downloads
Martin Eriksson and Thomas Pettersson
A unifying modelling framework to simulate the Spatial Economic Transport Interaction process at urban and national scales pp. 189-197 Downloads
Francesco Russo and Giuseppe Musolino
Accessibility to transit, by transit, and mode share: application of a logistic model with spatial filters pp. 198-205 Downloads
Md Moniruzzaman and Antonio Páez
Identifying clusters and risk factors of injuries in pedestrian–vehicle crashes in a GIS environment pp. 206-214 Downloads
Dajun Dai
How in-vehicle activities affect work commuters’ satisfaction with public transport pp. 215-222 Downloads
Dick Ettema, Margareta Friman, Tommy Gärling, Lars E. Olsson and Satoshi Fujii
Competition in the European aviation market: the entry of low-cost airlines pp. 223-233 Downloads
Marco Alderighi, Alessandro Cento, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld
Establishing the conditions for effective transit-oriented development in China: the case of Dalian pp. 234-249 Downloads
Rui Mu and Martin de Jong
Gendered travel mode choice: a focus on car deficient households pp. 250-261 Downloads
Joachim Scheiner and Christian Holz-Rau
What role will hubs play in the LCC point-to-point connections era? The Spanish experience pp. 262-270 Downloads
José I. Castillo-Manzano, Lourdes López-Valpuesta and Diego J. Pedregal
Estimates of statewide and nationwide carbon dioxide emission reductions and their costs from Cash for Clunkers pp. 271-281 Downloads
Edmund J. Zolnik
Planning for non-motorized travel in rural Nepal: a role for geographic information systems pp. 282-291 Downloads
Bhuwan Devkota, Douglas Dudycha and Jean Andrey
Assessing the wider economy impacts of transport infrastructure investment with an illustrative application to the North-West Rail Link project in Sydney, Australia pp. 292-305 Downloads
David A. Hensher, Truong P. Truong, Corinne Mulley and Richard Ellison
Disaggregate GIS modelling to track spatial change: exploring a decade of commuting in South East Queensland, Australia pp. 306-314 Downloads
Tiebei Li, Jonathan Corcoran and Matthew Burke
Perceptions and aspirations for car ownership among Chinese students attending two universities in the Yangtze Delta, China pp. 315-323 Downloads
Charles Zhu, Yiliang Zhu, Rongzhu Lu, Ren He and Zhaolin Xia
Geographical variation in project cost performance: the Netherlands versus worldwide pp. 324-331 Downloads
C.C. Cantarelli, Bent Flyvbjerg and S.L. Buhl
The potential impact of removing public service obligation regulations on air fares between the Italian Mainland and the island of Sardinia pp. 332-339 Downloads
Antonio Di Francesco and Romano Pagliari
Spatial disparity in transport social needs and public transport provision in Santiago de Cali (Colombia) pp. 340-357 Downloads
Ciro Jaramillo, Carmen Lizarraga and Alejandro Luis Grindlay
Transferability and enhancement of a microsimulation model for estimating urban commercial vehicle movements pp. 358-369 Downloads
Mark Ferguson, Hanna Maoh, Justin Ryan, Pavlos Kanaroglou and Taha Hossein Rashidi
Modelling transport and real-estate values interactions in urban systems pp. 370-382 Downloads
Ángel Ibeas, Ruben Cordera, dell’Olio, Luigi, Pierluigi Coppola and Alberto Dominguez
Spatial and commercial evolution of aviation networks: a case study in mainland Portugal pp. 383-395 Downloads
Edgar Jimenez, João Claro and Jorge Pinho de Sousa
Business meetings: do new videoconferencing technologies change communication patterns? pp. 396-403 Downloads
Tom Erik Julsrud, Randi Hjorthol and Jon Martin Denstadli
Alternative approaches for reducing congestion in Baton Rouge, Louisiana pp. 404-410 Downloads
Anzhelika Antipova and Chester Wilmot
Using Place Rank to measure sustainable accessibility pp. 411-418 Downloads
Amaya Vega
A spatial analysis of FedEx and UPS: hubs, spokes, and network structure pp. 419-431 Downloads
John T. Bowen
Atlanta: a mega logistics center in the Piedmont Atlantic Megaregion (PAM) pp. 432-442 Downloads
Laetitia Dablanc and Catherine Ross
Travel trends among young adults in Germany: increasing multimodality and declining car use for men pp. 443-450 Downloads
Tobias Kuhnimhof, Ralph Buehler, Matthias Wirtz and Dominika Kalinowska
The impacts of non-resident parking restrictions at commuter rail stations pp. 451-461 Downloads
Devajyoti Deka
Cutting the carbon emission of international conferences: is decentralization an option? pp. 462-466 Downloads
Francesco Orsi
Introduction to the special section on theoretical perspectives on climate change mitigation in transport pp. 467-470 Downloads
David Banister, Tim Schwanen and Jillian Anable
A socio-technical analysis of low-carbon transitions: introducing the multi-level perspective into transport studies pp. 471-482 Downloads
Frank W. Geels
How useful is the Multi-Level Perspective for transport and sustainability research? pp. 483-487 Downloads
Lorraine Whitmarsh
How theories of practice can inform transition to a decarbonised transport system pp. 488-496 Downloads
Matt Watson
Elites, elements and events: Practice theory and scale pp. 497-502 Downloads
Thomas Birtchnell
Behavioural economics and its implications for transport pp. 503-511 Downloads
Robert Metcalfe and Paul Dolan
On the use and potential of behavioural economics from the perspective of transport and climate change pp. 512-521 Downloads
Erel Avineri
Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: the case of low-carbon mobility pp. 522-532 Downloads
Tim Schwanen, David Banister and Jillian Anable
Changing transport and changing climates pp. 533-535 Downloads
John Urry
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