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Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

1992 - 2019

Current editor(s): John (J.M.) Rose

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Volume 122, issue C, 2019

The cost performance of transportation projects: The fallacy of the Planning Fallacy account pp. 1-20 Downloads
Peter E.D. Love, Michael C.P. Sing, Lavagnon A. Ika and Sidney Newton
Does e-shopping replace shopping trips? Empirical evidence from Chengdu, China pp. 21-33 Downloads
Kunbo Shi, Jonas De Vos, Yongchun Yang and Frank Witlox
What is the role of weather, built-environment and accessibility geographical characteristics in influencing travelers’ experience? pp. 34-50 Downloads
Roberto F. Abenoza, Chengxi Liu, Oded Cats and Yusak O. Susilo
When ‘push’ does not come to ‘shove’: Revisiting ‘faster is slower’ in collective egress of human crowds pp. 51-69 Downloads
Milad Haghani, Majid Sarvi and Zahra Shahhoseini
The impact of service and government-policy attributes on consumer preferences for electric vehicles in China pp. 70-84 Downloads
Lixian Qian, Jose M. Grisolía and Didier Soopramanien
The impact of road advertising signs on driver behaviour and implications for road safety: A critical systematic review pp. 85-98 Downloads
Oviedo-Trespalacios, Oscar, Verity Truelove, Barry Watson and Jane A. Hinton
Identifying commonly used and potentially unsafe transit transfers with crowdsourcing pp. 99-111 Downloads
Elizabeth J. Traut and Aaron Steinfeld
How just is transportation justice theory? The issues of paternalism and production pp. 112-119 Downloads
Thomas Vanoutrive and Erin Cooper
Regulatory challenges for road vehicle automation: Lessons from the California experience pp. 125-133 Downloads
Steven E. Shladover and Christopher Nowakowski
Quantifying autonomous vehicles national fuel consumption impacts: A data-rich approach pp. 134-145 Downloads
Yuche Chen, Jeffrey Gonder, Stanley Young and Eric Wood
Does context matter? A comparative study modelling autonomous vehicle impact on travel behaviour for Germany and the USA pp. 146-161 Downloads
Lars Kröger, Tobias Kuhnimhof and Stefan Trommer
Autonomous driving, the built environment and policy implications pp. 162-172 Downloads
Eva Fraedrich, Dirk Heinrichs, Bahamonde-Birke, Francisco J. and Rita Cyganski
It takes two to Tango: Automated vehicles and human beings do the dance of driving – Four social considerations for policy pp. 173-183 Downloads
Edward R. Straub and Kristin E. Schaefer

Volume 121, issue C, 2019

Do new bike share stations increase member use: A quasi-experimental study pp. 1-11 Downloads
Jueyu Wang and Greg Lindsey
Association between innovative dockless bicycle sharing programs and adopting cycling in commuting and non-commuting trips pp. 12-21 Downloads
Yingnan Jia and Hua Fu
The importance of user perspective in the evolution of MaaS pp. 22-36 Downloads
Glenn Lyons, Paul Hammond and Kate Mackay
Optimal budget allocation for risk mitigation strategy in trucking industry: An integrated approach pp. 37-55 Downloads
Krishna Kumar Dadsena, S.P. Sarmah, V.N.A. Naikan and Sarat Kumar Jena
Mobile phone records to feed activity-based travel demand models: MATSim for studying a cordon toll policy in Barcelona pp. 56-74 Downloads
Aleix Bassolas, José J. Ramasco, Ricardo Herranz and Cantú-Ros, Oliva G.
Optimizing the deployment of electric vehicle charging stations using pervasive mobility data pp. 75-91 Downloads
Mohammad M. Vazifeh, Hongmou Zhang, Paolo Santi and Carlo Ratti
Toward a taxonomy of container terminals’ practices and performance: A contingency and configuration study pp. 92-107 Downloads
Ping Wang, Joan Mileski and Qingcheng Zeng
The Transportation-growth nexus in USA: Fresh insights from pre-post global crisis period pp. 108-121 Downloads
Arshian Sharif, Muhammad Shahbaz and Erik Hille
Identifying areas of interventions for improvement of shared modes for school trips pp. 122-135 Downloads
Prashant Prasad and Bhargab Maitra
Driving aggressiveness management policy to enhance the performance of mixed traffic conditions in automated driving environments pp. 136-146 Downloads
Seolyoung Lee, Eunbi Jeong, Minsoo Oh and Cheol Oh
Airline brand choice in a duopolistic market: The case of New Zealand pp. 147-163 Downloads
Isaac Levi Henderson, Kan Wai Hong Tsui, Thanh Ngo, Andrew Gilbey and Mark Avis
People’s attitudes to autonomous vehicles pp. 164-176 Downloads
John Hudson, Marta Orviska and Jan Hunady
The price elasticity of parking: A meta-analysis pp. 177-191 Downloads
Stephan Lehner and Stefanie Peer
Schedule creep – In search of an uncongested baseline block time by examining scheduled flight block times worldwide 1986–2016 pp. 192-217 Downloads
Terence Ping Ching Fan
Safe, sustainable… but depoliticized and uneven – A critical view of urban transport policies in France pp. 218-234 Downloads
Hélène Reigner and Thierry Brenac
Development of rail transit network over multiple time periods pp. 235-250 Downloads
Ya-Ting Peng, Zhi-Chun Li and Paul Schonfeld
Is it time to go for no-car zone policies? Braess Paradox Detection pp. 251-264 Downloads
Saeed Asadi Bagloee, (Avi) Ceder, Avishai, Majid Sarvi and Mohsen Asadi
Are larger and more complex port more productive? An analysis of Spanish port authorities pp. 265-276 Downloads
Beatriz Tovar and Alan Wall
Spatial and welfare effects of automated driving: Will cities grow, decline or both? pp. 277-294 Downloads
George Gelauff, Ioulia Ossokina and Coen Teulings
Geographies of governance in the freight transport sector: The British case pp. 295-308 Downloads
Jason Monios
The equity and spatial implications of transit fare pp. 309-324 Downloads
Jiangping Zhou, Min Zhang and Pengyu Zhu
A spatial multiple treatment/multiple outcome difference-in-differences model with an application to urban rail infrastructure and gentrification pp. 325-345 Downloads
Eleni Bardaka, Michael S. Delgado and Raymond J.G.M. Florax
Value of demand information in autonomous mobility-on-demand systems pp. 346-359 Downloads
Jian Wen, Neema Nassir and Jinhua Zhao
Cycling investment expedience: Energy expenditure based Cost-Path Analysis of national census bicycle commuting data pp. 360-373 Downloads
Clemens Raffler, Tadej Brezina and Günter Emberger
Fleet performance and cost evaluation of a shared autonomous electric vehicle (SAEV) fleet: A case study for Austin, Texas pp. 374-385 Downloads
Benjamin Loeb and Kara M. Kockelman
Potential impacts of bike-and-ride on job accessibility and spatial equity in São Paulo, Brazil pp. 386-400 Downloads
John P. Pritchard, Diego Bogado Tomasiello, Mariana Giannotti and Karst Geurs
The contradictions of bike-share benefits, purposes and outcomes pp. 401-419 Downloads
Cyrille Médard de Chardon
The online pricing strategy of low-cost carriers when carbon tax and competition are considered pp. 420-432 Downloads
Qiang Cui
Socio-spatial and temporal dimensions of transport equity for London's night time economy pp. 433-443 Downloads
Jenny McArthur, Enora Robin and Emilia Smeds

Volume 120, issue C, 2019

Balancing competition and cooperation: Evidence from transatlantic airline markets pp. 1-16 Downloads
Volodymyr Bilotkach and Kai Hüschelrath
On the potential for one-way electric vehicle car-sharing in future mobility systems pp. 17-30 Downloads
Richard Mounce and John D. Nelson
A spatially-explicit method for analyzing the equity of transit commuters' accessibility pp. 31-42 Downloads
Ben-Elia, Eran and Itzhak Benenson
Strategic correlations for maritime clusters pp. 43-57 Downloads
Ioannis G. Koliousis, Stratos Papadimitriou, Elena Riza, Peter J. Stavroulakis and Vangelis Tsioumas
Implications of traffic signal cybersecurity on potential deliberate traffic disruptions pp. 58-70 Downloads
Kenneth A. Perrine, Michael W. Levin, Cesar N. Yahia, Melissa Duell and Stephen D. Boyles
Geographic mobility of recent immigrants and urban transit demand in the U.S.: New evidence and planning implications pp. 71-82 Downloads
Sandip Chakrabarti and Gary Painter
Efficiency in rail transport: Evaluation of the main drivers through meta-analysis with resampling pp. 83-100 Downloads
Dalmo Marchetti and Peter F. Wanke
The effect of parenthood on travel behavior: Evidence from the California Household Travel Survey pp. 101-115 Downloads
Sandip Chakrabarti and Kenneth Joh
Children's independent travel to and from primary school: Evidence from a suburban town in Germany pp. 116-131 Downloads
Joachim Scheiner, Oliver Huber and Stefan Lohmüller
Assessing the impact of major infrastructure projects on port choice decision: The Colombian case pp. 132-148 Downloads
Laura Vega, Víctor Cantillo and Julián Arellana
Evaluating passenger satisfaction index based on PLS-SEM model: Evidence from Chinese public transport service pp. 149-164 Downloads
Chunqin Zhang, Yong Liu, Weite Lu and Guangnian Xiao
Express delivery with high-speed railway: Definitely feasible or just a publicity stunt pp. 165-187 Downloads
Mingkai Bi, Shiwei He and Xu, Wangtu (Ato)
Fifty years of Transportation Research journals: A bibliometric overview pp. 188-223 Downloads
Nikunja M. Modak, José M. Merigó, Richard Weber, Felipe Manzor and Juan de Dios Ortúzar
The impact of fare complexity on rail demand pp. 224-238 Downloads
Paulo Anciaes, Paul Metcalfe, Chris Heywood and Rob Sheldon
Carsharing use by college students: The case of Milan and Rome pp. 239-251 Downloads
Lucia Rotaris, Romeo Danielis and Ila Maltese
Which curves are dangerous? A network-wide analysis of traffic crash and infrastructure data pp. 252-260 Downloads
Michal Bíl, Richard Andrášik and Jiří Sedoník
Market power and its determinants in the Chinese railway industry pp. 261-276 Downloads
Hongchang Li, Kemei Yu, Kun Wang and Anming Zhang
The accuracy of benefit-cost analyses (BCAs) in transportation: An ex-post evaluation of road projects pp. 277-294 Downloads
James Odeck and Anne Kjerkreit
Consensus planning in transport: The case of Vancouver’s transportation plebiscite pp. 295-305 Downloads
Crystal Legacy and John Stone
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