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Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

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Volume 131, issue C, 2020

Mobility as a service (MaaS): Charting a future context pp. 5-19 Downloads
Yale Z. Wong, David A. Hensher and Corinne Mulley
Reprint of: The importance of user perspective in the evolution of MaaS pp. 20-34 Downloads
Glenn Lyons, Paul Hammond and Kate Mackay
Questioning mobility as a service: Unanticipated implications for society and governance pp. 35-49 Downloads
Kate Pangbourne, Miloš N. Mladenović, Dominic Stead and Dimitris Milakis
MaaS surveillance: Privacy considerations in mobility as a service pp. 50-57 Downloads
Caitlin D. Cottrill
Bringing the efficiency of electricity market mechanisms to multimodal mobility across congested transportation systems pp. 58-69 Downloads
Arash Beheshtian, R. Richard Geddes, Omid M. Rouhani, Kara M. Kockelman, Axel Ockenfels, Peter Cramton and Wooseok Do
Public preferences for mobility as a service: Insights from stated preference surveys pp. 70-90 Downloads
Chinh Q. Ho, Corinne Mulley and David A. Hensher
Transportation service bundling – For whose benefit? Consumer valuation of pure bundling in the passenger transportation market pp. 91-106 Downloads
Sergio Guidon, Michael Wicki, Thomas Bernauer and Kay Axhausen
Mobility as a service in community transport in Australia: Can it provide a sustainable future? pp. 107-122 Downloads
Corinne Mulley, Chinh Ho, Camila Balbontin, David Hensher, Larissa Stevens, John D. Nelson and Steve Wright
Bundling, pricing schemes and extra features preferences for mobility as a service: Sequential portfolio choice experiment pp. 123-148 Downloads
Valeria Caiati, Soora Rasouli and Harry Timmermans
Prototype business models for Mobility-as-a-Service pp. 149-162 Downloads
Amalia Polydoropoulou, Ioanna Pagoni, Athena Tsirimpa, Athena Roumboutsos, Maria Kamargianni and Ioannis Tsouros
Intermediary MaaS Integrators: A case study on hopes and fears pp. 163-177 Downloads
Göran Smith, Jana Sochor and I.C. MariAnne Karlsson
Organizing integrated services in mobility-as-a-service systems: Principles of alliance formation applied to a MaaS-pilot in the Netherlands pp. 178-195 Downloads
Henk Meurs, Fariya Sharmeen, Vincent Marchau and Rob van der Heijden
Limitations to the car-substitution effect of MaaS. Findings from a Belgian pilot study pp. 196-205 Downloads
Tom Storme, Jonas De Vos, Leen De Paepe and Frank Witlox
MaaS for the suburban market: Incorporating carpooling in the mix pp. 206-218 Downloads
Steve Wright, John D. Nelson and Caitlin D Cottrill
India’s shift from mass transit to MaaS transit: Insights from Kochi pp. 219-227 Downloads
Mitashi Singh
Assessing the welfare impacts of Shared Mobility and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) pp. 228-243 Downloads
Henrik Becker, Milos Balac, Francesco Ciari and Kay W. Axhausen
Demand responsive transport: Generation of activity patterns from mobile phone network data to support the operation of new mobility services pp. 244-266 Downloads
Patrizia Franco, Ryan Johnston and Ecaterina McCormick
Collaboration as a service (CaaS) to fully integrate public transportation – Lessons from long distance travel to reimagine mobility as a service pp. 267-282 Downloads
Rico Merkert, James Bushell and Matthew J. Beck
Development and implementation of Mobility-as-a-Service – A qualitative study of barriers and enabling factors pp. 283-295 Downloads
I.C.M. Karlsson, D. Mukhtar-Landgren, G. Smith, T. Koglin, A. Kronsell, E. Lund, S. Sarasini and J. Sochor
Exploring motivational mechanisms behind the intention to adopt mobility as a service (MaaS): Insights from Germany pp. 296-312 Downloads
Jan Schikofsky, Till Dannewald and Matthias Kowald

Volume 130, issue C, 2019

Analysis of the public transport modernization via system reconfiguration: The ongoing case in the Philippines pp. 1-19 Downloads
Varsolo Sunio, Sandy Gaspay, Marie Danielle Guillen, Patricia Mariano and Regina Mora
Designing optimal jet fuel hedging strategies for airlines – Why hedging will not always reduce risk exposure pp. 20-36 Downloads
Hassan Swidan, Rico Merkert and Oh Kang Kwon
Contracting decisions in the crude oil transportation market: Evidence from fixtures matched with AIS data pp. 37-53 Downloads
Vít Prochazka, Roar Adland and François-Charles Wolff
Causal effects between bus revenue vehicle-kilometers and bus ridership pp. 54-64 Downloads
Ming-Tsung Lee and Chao-Fu Yeh
Understanding the fragmented demand for transportation – Small traditional retailers in emerging markets pp. 65-81 Downloads
Youssef Boulaksil, Jan C. Fransoo, Edgar E. Blanco and Sallem Koubida
Time-varying dependencies among mobility decisions and key life course events: An application of dynamic Bayesian decision networks pp. 82-92 Downloads
Jia Guo, Tao Feng and Harry J.P. Timmermans
Transportation patterns demonstrate inequalities in community participation for working-age Americans with disabilities pp. 93-106 Downloads
Megan Henly and Debra L. Brucker
Stochastic simulated rents in Portuguese public-private partnerships pp. 107-117 Downloads
José M.A. Matos, Sandra Ramos and Vítor Costa
Structural interrelationships of safety climate, stress, inattention and aberrant driving behavior for bus drivers in Taiwan pp. 118-133 Downloads
Huey-Kuo Chen, Huey-Wen Chou, Jin-Wei Su and Fur-Hsing Wen
Laboratory experimentation and simulation of discrete direction choices: Investigating hypothetical bias, decision-rule effect and external validity based on aggregate prediction measures pp. 134-157 Downloads
Milad Haghani and Majid Sarvi
What value do travelers put on connectivity to mobile phone and Internet networks in public transport? Empirical evidence from the Paris region pp. 158-177 Downloads
Nathan Bounie, François Adoue, Martin Koning and Alain L'Hostis
Public transport regimes and mobility as a service: Governance approaches in Amsterdam, Birmingham, and Helsinki pp. 178-191 Downloads
Fabio Hirschhorn, Alexander Paulsson, Claus H. Sørensen and Wijnand Veeneman
Identifying latent mode-use propensity segments in an all-AV era pp. 192-207 Downloads
Sung Hoo Kim, Giovanni Circella and Patricia L. Mokhtarian
The death and rebirth of bikesharing in Seattle: Implications for policy and system design pp. 208-226 Downloads
Luke Peters and Don MacKenzie
Spatiotemporal evolution of ridesourcing markets under the new restriction policy: A case study in Shanghai pp. 227-239 Downloads
Sun, Daniel(Jian) and Xueqing Ding
Measurement of travel time reliability of road transportation using GPS data: A freight fluidity approach pp. 240-288 Downloads
Miguel Gastón Cedillo-Campos, Carlos Mario Pérez-González, Jared Piña-Barcena and Eric Moreno-Quintero
Access work: Experiences of parking at school for families living with childhood disability pp. 289-299 Downloads
Timothy Ross and Ronald Buliung
Information adoption in commuters’ route choice in the context of social interactions pp. 300-316 Downloads
Guijie Zhang, Fangfang Wei, Ning Jia, Shoufeng Ma and Yi Wu
Mono- and multimodal green transport use on university trips during winter and summer: Hybrid choice models on the norm-activation theory pp. 317-332 Downloads
Milad Mehdizadeh, Mohsen Fallah Zavareh and Trond Nordfjaern
Facilitating conditions for successful adoption of inter-organizational information systems in seaports pp. 333-350 Downloads
Carla Vairetti, Rosa G. González-Ramírez, Sebastián Maldonado, Claudio Álvarez and Stefan Voβ
Do transportation network companies reduce public transit use in the U.S.? pp. 351-372 Downloads
Narendra Malalgoda and Siew Hoon Lim
Extending the theory of planned behaviour to predict the intention to take the new high-speed rail for intercity travel in Libya: Assessment of the influence of novelty seeking, trust and external influence pp. 373-384 Downloads
Muhamad Nazri Borhan, Ahmad Nazrul Hakimi Ibrahim and Manssour A. Abdulasalm Miskeen
Travel cost and dropout from secondary schools in Nepal pp. 385-397 Downloads
Sabal Sharma and David Levinson
Effects of dockless bike-sharing systems on the usage of the London Cycle Hire pp. 398-411 Downloads
Haojie Li, Yingheng Zhang, Hongliang Ding and Gang Ren
Active traffic management in urban areas: Is it effective for professional drivers? The case of variable message signs pp. 412-423 Downloads
Maria Poulopoulou and Ioanna Spyropoulou
Modelling departure time choice using mobile phone data pp. 424-439 Downloads
Andrew Bwambale, Charisma F. Choudhury and Stephane Hess
An analysis of the individual economics of ride-hailing drivers pp. 440-451 Downloads
Alejandro Henao and Wesley E. Marshall
In-vehicle crowding: Integrating tangible attributes, attitudes, and perceptions in a choice context between BRT and metro pp. 452-465 Downloads
Luis Márquez, Julieth V. Alfonso A and Juan C. Poveda
Estimating and predicting the operational costs of road tolls: An econometric assessment using panel data pp. 466-478 Downloads
James Odeck
Parking prices and the decision to drive to work: Evidence from California pp. 479-495 Downloads
Nagwa Khordagui
Uber and urban crime pp. 496-506 Downloads
Bryan S. Weber
The role of practical, cognitive and symbolic factors in the successful implementation of battery electric vehicles in Norway pp. 507-516 Downloads
Lina Ingeborgrud and Marianne Ryghaug
Transport services and the valuation of flexibility over business cycles pp. 517-528 Downloads
Jostein Tvedt
Exploring the equity performance of bike-sharing systems with disaggregated data: A story of southern Tampa pp. 529-545 Downloads
Zhiwei Chen, Yujie Guo, Amy L. Stuart, Yu Zhang and Xiaopeng Li
China railway industry reform evolution approach: Based on the Vertical Separation Model pp. 546-556 Downloads
Wencheng Huang, Yue Zhang, Bin Shuai, Minhao Xu, Wei Xiao, Rui Zhang and Yifei Xu
In search of the “Right Price” for air travel: First steps towards estimating granular price-demand elasticity pp. 557-569 Downloads
Suranga Perera and David Tan
How large are the non-travel time effects of urban highway tunneling? Evidence from Maastricht, the Netherlands pp. 570-592 Downloads
Joep Tijm, Thomas O. Michielsen, Raoul van Maarseveen and Peter Zwaneveld
Applying affective event theory to explain transit users’ reactions to service disruptions pp. 593-605 Downloads
Rumana Islam Sarker, Sigal Kaplan, Markus Mailer and Harry J.P. Timmermans
Effects of bundling policy on project cost under market uncertainty: A comparison across different highway project types pp. 606-625 Downloads
Yu Qiao, Jon D. Fricker and Samuel Labi
On evasion behaviour in public transport: Dissatisfaction or contagion? pp. 626-651 Downloads
Jaime Allen, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Juan de Dios Ortúzar
Modeling social influence using sequential stated adaptation experiments: A study of city trip itinerary choice pp. 652-672 Downloads
Xiaofeng Pan, Soora Rasouli and Harry Timmermans
Inequalities in access to bike-and-ride opportunities: Findings for the city of Malmö pp. 673-688 Downloads
Zahra Hamidi, Rosalia Camporeale and Leonardo Caggiani
Valuing walkability: New evidence from computer vision methods pp. 689-709 Downloads
Christopher Yencha
Influences of the built environment on travel: A household-based perspective pp. 710-724 Downloads
Xiaodong Guan and Donggen Wang
Spatiotemporal vulnerability analysis of railway systems with heterogeneous train flows pp. 725-744 Downloads
Liu Hong, Bowen Ye, Han Yan, Hui Zhang, Min Ouyang and (Sean) He, Xiaozheng
Sustainable urban logistics: What are we talking about? pp. 745-751 Downloads
Mathieu Strale
Comparing best-worst and ordered logit approaches for user satisfaction in transit services pp. 752-769 Downloads
Eneko Echaniz, Chinh Q. Ho, Andres Rodriguez and Luigi dell'Olio
Straddling boundaries in superblock cities. Assessing local and global network connectivity using cases from Abu Dhabi, UAE pp. 770-782 Downloads
Martin Scoppa, Khawla Bawazir and Khaled Alawadi
Impact of childhood experiences on public transport travel behaviour pp. 783-798 Downloads
Véronique Van Acker, Corinne Mulley and Loan Ho
Investigating factors that affect the intention to use shared parking: A case study of Taipei City pp. 799-812 Downloads
Jyun-Kai Liang, Timo Eccarius and Chung-Cheng Lu
Exploring, understanding, and modeling the reciprocal relation between leisure and subjective well-being pp. 813-824 Downloads
Han Dong, Jun Zhang and Cinzia Cirillo
Scheduled block time setting and on-time performance of U.S. and Chinese airlines—A comparative analysis pp. 825-843 Downloads
Yanjun Wang, Ying Zhou, Mark Hansen and Christopher Chin
Optimizing decision-making of regional cold chain logistics system in view of low-carbon economy pp. 844-857 Downloads
Siying Zhang, Ning Chen, Xiaoming Song and Jia Yang
Threshold incorporating freight choice modeling for hinterland leg transportation chain of export containers pp. 858-872 Downloads
Rong Zhang and Lichao Zhu
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