Economics at your fingertips  

Journal of Transport Geography

2008 - 2021

Current editor(s): Frank Witlox

From Elsevier
Bibliographic data for series maintained by Catherine Liu ().

Access Statistics for this journal.
Track citations for all items by RSS feed
Is something missing from the series or not right? See the RePEc data check for the archive and series.

Volume 18, issue 6, 2010

The governance of transport and climate change pp. 669-678 Downloads
Greg Marsden and Tom Rye
Social inequalities in travel behaviour: trip distances in the context of residential self-selection and lifestyles pp. 679-690 Downloads
Joachim Scheiner
What location policy can bring to sustainable commuting: an empirical study in Brussels and Flanders, Belgium pp. 691-701 Downloads
Ann Verhetsel and Thierry Vanelslander
How children view their travel behaviour: a case study from Flanders (Belgium) pp. 702-710 Downloads
Enid Zwerts, Georges Allaert, Davy Janssens, Geert Wets and Frank Witlox
A spatially explicit techno-economic model of bioenergy and biofuels production in California pp. 715-728 Downloads
P.W. Tittmann, N.C. Parker, Q.J. Hart and B.M. Jenkins
An Interperiod Network Storage Location–Allocation (INSLA) model for rail distribution of ethanol biofuels pp. 729-737 Downloads
Jeffrey P. Osleeb and Samuel J. Ratick
Driving demand: What can gasoline refueling patterns tell us about planning an alternative fuel network? pp. 738-749 Downloads
Michael A. Nicholas
Comparing the p-median and flow-refueling models for locating alternative-fuel stations pp. 750-758 Downloads
Christopher Upchurch and Michael Kuby

Volume 18, issue 5, 2010

Talking, walking, riding and driving: The mobilities of older adults pp. 596-602 Downloads
Pat Burnett and Susan Lucas
What can we learn about the mobility of the elderly in the GPS era? pp. 603-612 Downloads
Noam Shoval, Gail Auslander, Kineret Cohen-Shalom, Michal Isaacson, Ruth Landau and Jeremia Heinik
Active ageing in developing countries? – trip generation and tour complexity of older people in Metro Manila pp. 613-623 Downloads
Pierre Pettersson and Jan-Dirk Schmöcker
Mobility in different generations of older persons pp. 624-633 Downloads
Randi J. Hjorthol, Lena Levin and Anu Sirén
How adult children in the UK and the US view the driving cessation of their parents: Is a policy window opening? pp. 634-641 Downloads
Sandra Rosenbloom
The safe mobility of older drivers: a challenge for urban road designers pp. 642-648 Downloads
Jennifer Oxley, Jim Langford and Judith Charlton
Transport policy and the provision of mobility options in an aging society: a case study of Ontario, Canada pp. 649-661 Downloads
Ruben Mercado, Antonio Páez and Bruce Newbold

Volume 18, issue 4, 2010

Comparative North American and European gateway logistics: the regionalism of freight distribution pp. 497-507 Downloads
Jean-Paul Rodrigue and Theo Notteboom
Ports in multi-level maritime networks: evidence from the Atlantic (1996–2006) pp. 508-518 Downloads
César Ducruet, Céline Rozenblat and Faraz Zaidi
Functions and actors of inland ports: European and North American dynamics pp. 519-529 Downloads
Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Jean Debrie, Antoine Fremont and Elisabeth Gouvernal
Intermodal containerized shipping in foreign trade and regional accessibility advantages pp. 530-547 Downloads
Jean-Claude Thill and Hyunwoo Lim
Hinterland transportation in Europe: Combined transport versus road transport pp. 548-556 Downloads
Antoine Frémont and Pierre Franc
Understanding hinterland service integration by shipping lines and terminal operators: a theoretical and empirical analysis pp. 557-566 Downloads
Pierre Franc and Martijn Van der Horst
Concentration and the formation of multi-port gateway regions in the European container port system: an update pp. 567-583 Downloads
Theo E. Notteboom

Volume 18, issue 3, 2010

A spatial analysis of multiple airport cities pp. 345-353 Downloads
Ben Derudder, Lomme Devriendt and Frank Witlox
Global city regions and the location of logistics activity pp. 354-362 Downloads
O’Connor, Kevin
Concentration and decentralization: The new geography of freight distribution in US metropolitan areas pp. 363-371 Downloads
Julie Cidell
UK local authority attitudes to Park and Ride pp. 372-381 Downloads
Stuart Meek, Stephen Ison and Marcus Enoch
Impacts of urban sprawl and commuting: a modelling study for Italy pp. 382-392 Downloads
Chiara M. Travisi, Roberto Camagni and Peter Nijkamp
Exploring job accessibility in the transformation context: an institutionalist approach and its application in Beijing pp. 393-401 Downloads
Pengjun Zhao and Bin Lu
Investigating household vehicle ownership, mode choice and trip sharing decisions using a combined revealed preference/stated preference Nested Logit model: case study in Bangkok Metropolitan Region pp. 402-410 Downloads
Dilum Dissanayake and Takayuki Morikawa
Spatial clustering of events on a network pp. 411-418 Downloads
Thérèse Steenberghen, Koen Aerts and Isabelle Thomas
Assessing travel time reliability in transport appraisal pp. 419-425 Downloads
Justin S. Chang
GIS-based highway maintenance prioritization model: an integrated approach for highway maintenance in Nepal mountains pp. 426-433 Downloads
Bhoj Raj Pantha, Ryuichi Yatabe and Netra Prakash Bhandary
The potential economic viability of using the Northern Sea Route (NSR) as an alternative route between Asia and Europe pp. 434-444 Downloads
Miaojia Liu and Jacob Kronbak
Tourism travel under climate change mitigation constraints pp. 447-457 Downloads
Paul Peeters and Ghislain Dubois
Tourism destination preferences of low-cost airline users in the East Midlands pp. 458-465 Downloads
Lisa Davison and Tim Ryley
Climate change and the air travel decisions of UK tourists pp. 466-473 Downloads
Andrew Hares, Janet Dickinson and Keith Wilkes
‘A holiday is a holiday’: practicing sustainability, home and away pp. 474-481 Downloads
Stewart Barr, Gareth Shaw, Tim Coles and Jan Prillwitz
Holiday travel discourses and climate change pp. 482-489 Downloads
Janet E. Dickinson, Derek Robbins and Les Lumsdon

Volume 18, issue 2, 2010

Urban sprawl and travel to work: the case of the metropolitan area of Madrid pp. 197-213 Downloads
Juan Carlos García-Palomares
The relationship between recent gasoline price fluctuations and transit ridership in major US cities pp. 214-225 Downloads
Bradley W. Lane
The working poor and what GIS reveals about the possibilities of public transit pp. 226-237 Downloads
Jennifer Rogalsky
The travel behaviour intentions of young people in the context of climate change pp. 238-246 Downloads
Tilly Line, Kiron Chatterjee and Glenn Lyons
Long-term trends in weather-related crash risks pp. 247-258 Downloads
Jean Andrey
Estimation of option and non-use values for intercity passenger rail services pp. 259-265 Downloads
Justin S. Chang
Conceptualizing and operationalizing nodal tourism functions pp. 266-275 Downloads
Gui Lohmann and Douglas G. Pearce
Airports in their urban settings: towards a conceptual model of interfaces in the Australian context pp. 276-284 Downloads
Nicholas Stevens, Douglas Baker and Robert Freestone
Travel characteristics and mobility constraints of the elderly in Ibadan, Nigeria pp. 285-291 Downloads
Olusiyi Ipingbemi
From colonization to national territories in continental West Africa: the historical geography of a transport infrastructure network pp. 292-300 Downloads
Jean Debrie
Introducing public–private partnerships for metropolitan subways in China: what is the evidence? pp. 301-313 Downloads
Martin de Jong, Rui Mu, Dominic Stead, Yongchi Ma and Bao Xi
Managing motorization in sustainable transport planning: the Singapore experience pp. 314-321 Downloads
Sun Sheng Han
Megaquarry versus decentralized mineral production: network analysis of cement production in the Great Lakes region, USA pp. 322-330 Downloads
Alissa Kendall, Stephen E. Kesler and Gregory A. Keoleian
Assessing the potential impact of climate change on transportation: the need for an interdisciplinary approach pp. 331-335 Downloads
David Jaroszweski, Lee Chapman and Judith Petts
Operationalising ‘sustainable mobility’: the case of transport policy for older citizens in rural areas pp. 336-339 Downloads
Ian Shergold and Graham Parkhurst

Volume 18, issue 1, 2010

Transport geography and new European realities: a critique pp. 1-13 Downloads
Derek Hall
The implementation of road user charging and the lessons learnt: the case of Valletta, Malta pp. 14-22 Downloads
Maria Attard and Stephen G. Ison
Workplace travel plans: past, present and future pp. 23-30 Downloads
Helen Roby
Quantifying spatial gaps in public transport supply based on social needs pp. 31-41 Downloads
Graham Currie
Job accessibility and the modal mismatch in Detroit pp. 42-54 Downloads
Joe Grengs
Fragmentation of work activity as a multi-dimensional construct and its association with ICT, employment and sociodemographic characteristics pp. 55-64 Downloads
Bayarma Alexander, Dick Ettema and Martin Dijst
Car ownership as a mediating variable in car travel behaviour research using a structural equation modelling approach to identify its dual relationship pp. 65-74 Downloads
Veronique Van Acker and Frank Witlox
Interrelations between travel mode choice and trip distance: trends in Germany 1976–2002 pp. 75-84 Downloads
Joachim Scheiner
The failure of integrated transport policy in Germany: a historical perspective pp. 85-96 Downloads
Oliver Schöller-Schwedes
Short sea and deep sea shipping markets in France pp. 97-103 Downloads
Elisabeth Gouvernal, Brian Slack and Pierre Franc
From a hub port city to a global supply chain management center: a case study of Hong Kong pp. 104-115 Downloads
James J. Wang and Michael C. Cheng
The role of European «ro-ro» port terminals in the automotive supply chain management pp. 116-124 Downloads
J.C. Quaresma Dias, J.M.F. Calado and M.C. Mendonça
Road accessibility and cohesion in lagging regions: Empirical evidence from Portugal based on spatial econometric models pp. 125-132 Downloads
Anabela Ribeiro, António Pais Antunes and Antonio Páez
Measuring non-motorized accessibility: issues, alternatives, and execution pp. 133-140 Downloads
Michael Iacono, Kevin J. Krizek and Ahmed El-Geneidy
Using accessibility indicators and GIS to assess spatial spillovers of transport infrastructure investment pp. 141-152 Downloads
Javier Gutiérrez, Ana Condeço-Melhorado and Juan Carlos Martín
Trip end models of local rail demand in England and Wales pp. 153-165 Downloads
Simon Blainey
Does high-speed rail accessibility influence residential property prices? Hedonic estimates from southern Taiwan pp. 166-174 Downloads
David Andersson, Oliver F. Shyr and Johnson Fu
Constructing a mixed-logit model with market positioning to analyze the effects of new mode introduction pp. 175-182 Downloads
Chih-Wen Yang and Yen-Ching Sung
Sample size needed for calibrating trip distribution and behavior of the gravity model pp. 183-190 Downloads
H. Murat Celik
Page updated 2021-10-21