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Journal of Transport Geography

2008 - 2021

Current editor(s): Frank Witlox

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Volume 23, issue C, 2012

Looking through Hägerstrand’s dual vistas: towards a unifying framework for time geography pp. 5-16 Downloads
Daniel Sui
Torsten Hägerstrand’s time-geography as the cradle of the activity approach in transport geography pp. 17-25 Downloads
Kajsa Ellegård and Uno Svedin
Bringing emotions to time geography: the case of mobilities of poverty pp. 26-34 Downloads
Julia McQuoid and Martin Dijst
Travel-to-school distances in Sweden 2000–2006: changing school geography with equality implications pp. 35-43 Downloads
Eva Andersson, Bo Malmberg and John Östh
Spatiotemporal analysis of critical transportation links based on time geographic concepts: a case study of critical bridges in Wuhan, China pp. 44-59 Downloads
Zhixiang Fang, Shih-Lung Shaw, Wei Tu, Qingquan Li and Yuguang Li
Modeling constrained destination choice for shopping: a GIS-based, time-geographic approach pp. 60-71 Downloads
Darren M. Scott and Sylvia Y. He
Probabilistic potential path trees for visualizing and analyzing vehicle tracking data pp. 72-80 Downloads
Joni A. Downs and Mark W. Horner
An analysis of day-to-day variations in individual space–time accessibility pp. 81-91 Downloads
Tijs Neutens, Matthias Delafontaine, Darren M. Scott and Philippe De Maeyer

Volume 22, issue C, 2012

Reducing car use: changing attitudes or relocating? The influence of residential dissonance on travel behavior pp. 1-9 Downloads
Jonas De Vos, Ben Derudder, Veronique Van Acker and Frank Witlox
Estimating the market power of airports in their catchment areas – a Europe-wide approach pp. 10-18 Downloads
Sven Maertens
Individual and contextual socioeconomic disadvantages and car driving between 16 and 24years of age: a multilevel study in the Rhône Département (France) pp. 19-27 Downloads
Idlir Licaj, Mouloud Haddak, Pascal Pochet and Mireille Chiron
Are rail charges connected to costs? pp. 28-33 Downloads
Francisco Calvo and Juan De Oña
Stakeholder reactions to urban freight policy innovation pp. 34-45 Downloads
Amanda Stathopoulos, Eva Valeri and Edoardo Marcucci
Cities and air services: the influence of the airline industry pp. 46-52 Downloads
O’Connor, Kevin and Kurt Fuellhart
New international services and the competitiveness of Tokyo International Airport pp. 53-64 Downloads
Rogier Lieshout and Hidenobu Matsumoto
Urban travel in Nairobi, Kenya: analysis, insights, and opportunities pp. 65-76 Downloads
Deborah Salon and Eric M. Aligula
What determines carpooling to workplaces in Belgium: location, organisation, or promotion? pp. 77-86 Downloads
Thomas Vanoutrive, Elien Van De Vijver, Laurent Van Malderen, Bart Jourquin, Isabelle Thomas, Ann Verhetsel and Frank Witlox
Accessibility and safety indicators for all road users: case study Delhi BRT pp. 87-95 Downloads
Geetam Tiwari and Deepty Jain
Analysis of business models for potential 3Mode transport corridor pp. 96-108 Downloads
Jarkko Lehtinen and Anu H. Bask
Network analysis of China’s aviation system, statistical and spatial structure pp. 109-117 Downloads
Jingyi Lin
The impact of greening on supply chain design and cost: a case for a developing region pp. 118-128 Downloads
Ioannis Mallidis, Rommert Dekker and Dimitrios Vlachos
Challenges in urban freight transport planning – a review in the Baltic Sea Region pp. 129-136 Downloads
Maria Lindholm and Sönke Behrends
Modeling public-transit connectivity with spatial quality-of-transfer measurements pp. 137-147 Downloads
Yuval Hadas and Prakash Ranjitkar
Modelling airport choice behaviour for direct flights, connecting flights and different travel plans pp. 148-163 Downloads
Stefano de Luca
Towards a new intermediate hub region in container shipping? Relay and interlining via the Cape route vs. the Suez route pp. 164-178 Downloads
Theo E. Notteboom
Passenger perceptions of the green image associated with airlines pp. 179-186 Downloads
Robert Mayer, Tim Ryley and David Gillingwater
Connecting the periphery: distributive effects of new infrastructure pp. 187-198 Downloads
Evert Meijers, Joris Hoekstra, Martijn Leijten, Erik Louw and Marjolein Spaans
Foreign living experience as a predictor of domestic travel behavior pp. 199-205 Downloads
Shaunna K. Burbidge
Solving a location-routing problem with a multiobjective approach: the design of urban evacuation plans pp. 206-218 Downloads
João Coutinho-Rodrigues, Lino Tralhão and Luís Alçada-Almeida
A time-series analysis of gasoline prices and public transportation in US metropolitan areas pp. 221-235 Downloads
Bradley W. Lane
Transportation infrastructure impacts on firm location: the effect of a new metro line in the suburbs of Madrid pp. 236-250 Downloads
Lucia Mejia-Dorantes, Antonio Paez and Jose Manuel Vassallo
Transit Oriented Development in Copenhagen, Denmark: from the Finger Plan to Ørestad pp. 251-261 Downloads
Richard D. Knowles
Impact of light rail on traffic congestion in Denver pp. 262-270 Downloads
Sutapa Bhattacharjee and Andrew R. Goetz
Assessing the recent reformulation of United States passenger rail policy pp. 271-281 Downloads
Anthony Perl
On the utility and challenges of high-speed rail in the United States pp. 282-284 Downloads
Bradley W. Lane
High-speed rail, the knowledge economy and the next growth wave pp. 285-287 Downloads
Sean Tierney
Accessibility impacts of high-speed rail pp. 288-291 Downloads
David Levinson
The ties that bind: freight and passenger high-speed rail are interdependent pp. 292-294 Downloads
Michael F. Ziolkowski
American intercity passenger rail must be truly high-speed and transit-oriented pp. 295-296 Downloads
Brian Edward Johnson
The 1967 Midwest High Speed Rail Transit Conference: lessons for 2012 pp. 297-299 Downloads
Michael Minn
Is there any economic justification for high-speed railways in the United States? pp. 300-302 Downloads
Kenneth Button
High speed rail pp. 303-305 Downloads
Andrew Ryder
Speed: the less important element of the High-Speed Train pp. 306-307 Downloads
Moshe Givoni and David Banister
High Speed Rail in Britain: about time or a waste of time? pp. 308-311 Downloads
John Preston
Reshaping Chinese space-economy through high-speed trains: opportunities and challenges pp. 312-316 Downloads
Chia-Lin Chen

Volume 21, issue C, 2012

The social consequences of transport decision-making: clarifying concepts, synthesising knowledge and assessing implications pp. 4-16 Downloads
Peter Jones and Karen Lucas
Everyday connectivity: equity, technologies, competencies and walking pp. 17-23 Downloads
Frances Hodgson
Social networks, mobile lives and social inequalities pp. 24-30 Downloads
John Urry
Rapid change or slow evolution? Changing places of work and their consequences in the UK pp. 31-38 Downloads
Alan Felstead
Social inequality, disadvantaged neighbourhoods and transport deprivation: an assessment of the historical influence of housing policies pp. 39-48 Downloads
Anne Power
The social consequences of broken urban structures: a case study of Belfast pp. 49-61 Downloads
Ken Sterrett, Mark Hackett and Declan Hill
A public health perspective on transport policy priorities pp. 62-69 Downloads
Eugene M.G. Milne
Towards an interdisciplinary science of transport and health: a case study on school travel pp. 70-79 Downloads
Susan Hodgson, Anil Namdeo, Vera Araujo-Soares and Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Skills, transport and economic development: evidence from a rural area in England pp. 80-92 Downloads
David Owen, Terence Hogarth and Anne E. Green
Accessibility and capability: the minimum transport needs and costs of rural households pp. 93-101 Downloads
Noel Smith, Donald Hirsch and Abigail Davis
Transport poverty meets the digital divide: accessibility and connectivity in rural communities pp. 102-112 Downloads
Nagendra R. Velaga, Mark Beecroft, John D. Nelson, David Corsar and Peter Edwards
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