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Volume 82, issue C, 2019

Institutional barriers to financing transit-oriented development in China: Analyzing informal land value capture strategies pp. 1-10 Downloads
Jinshuo Wang, D. Ary A. Samsura and Erwin van der Krabben
Who is ready to bicycle? Categorizing and mapping bicyclists with behavior change concepts pp. 11-17 Downloads
Calvin Thigpen, Jaimy Fischer, Trisalyn Nelson, Suzanne Therrien, Daniel Fuller, Lise Gauvin and Meghan Winters
“Smart” or “sustainably smart” urban road networks? The most important commercial street in Thessaloniki as a case study pp. 18-25 Downloads
K. Anastasiadou and S. Vougias
Development of an overweight vehicle permit fee structure for Illinois pp. 26-35 Downloads
Osman Erman Gungor, Antoine Michel Alain Petit, Junjie Qiu, Jingnan Zhao, Hadi Meidani, Hao Wang, Yanfeng Ouyang, Al-Qadi, Imad L. and Justan Mann
Eliciting perceptions of travel time risk and exploring its impact on value of time pp. 36-45 Downloads
Vinayak Dixit, Sisi Jian, Asif Hassan and Edward Robson
Ride-hailing in Santiago de Chile: Users’ characterisation and effects on travel behaviour pp. 46-57 Downloads
Alejandro Tirachini and Mariana del Río
Determining factors affecting congestion pricing acceptability pp. 58-74 Downloads
Marina Milenković, Draženko Glavić and Milica Maričić
Learning from Hanjin Shipping’s failure: A holistic interpretation on its causes and reasons pp. 77-87 Downloads
Dong-Wook Song, Young-Joon Seo and Dong-Wook Kwak
Innovative solutions for enhancing customer value in liner shipping pp. 88-95 Downloads
Jasmine Siu Lee Lam and Xiunian Zhang
Company performance and environmental efficiency: A case study for shipping enterprises pp. 96-106 Downloads
Xiaoxing Gong, Xiaofan Wu and Meifeng Luo
Analysis on the features of Chinese dry ports: Ownership, customs service, rail service and regional competition pp. 107-116 Downloads
Zheng Chang, Dong Yang, Yulai Wan and Tingting Han
Chinese third-party shipping internet platforms: Thriving and surviving in a two-sided market (2013–2016) pp. 117-126 Downloads
Yang Chen, Qiang Zhang, Shun Chen and Zheng Wan
Evaluating the key factors of green port policies in Taiwan through quantitative and qualitative approaches pp. 127-137 Downloads
Po-Hsing Tseng and Nick Pilcher
Historical changes in the port and shipping industry in Hong Kong and the underlying policies pp. 138-147 Downloads
Zhongzhen Yang, Qinghui Xiu and Dongxu Chen
Development of a multi-objective decision-making method to evaluate correlated decarbonization measures under uncertainty – The example of international shipping pp. 148-157 Downloads
Hongtao Hu, Jun Yuan and Victor Nian

Volume 81, issue C, 2019

Impacts of high-speed rail on airlines, airports and regional economies: A survey of recent research pp. A1-A19 Downloads
Anming Zhang, Yulai Wan and Hangjun Yang
Understanding behavioral effects of tradable mobility credit scheme: An experimental economics approach pp. 1-11 Downloads
Ye Tian, Yi-Chang Chiu and Jian Sun
On the road to electrification – A qualitative comparative analysis of urban e-mobility policies in 15 European cities pp. 12-23 Downloads
Tobias Held and Lasse Gerrits
Moving past the sustainable perspectives on transport: An attempt to mobilise critical urban transport studies with the right to the city pp. 24-34 Downloads
Wojciech Kębłowski, Mathieu Van Criekingen and David Bassens
National goals and tools to fulfil them: A study of opportunities and pitfalls in Norwegian metagovernance of urban mobility pp. 35-44 Downloads
Anders Tønnesen, Julie Runde Krogstad, Petter Christiansen and Karolina Isaksson
“Winter is coming”: Psychological and situational factors affecting transportation mode use among university students pp. 45-53 Downloads
Trond Nordfjærn, Kaja Solland Egset and Milad Mehdizadeh
Consumer preferences for public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles pp. 54-63 Downloads
Joachim Globisch, Patrick Plötz, Elisabeth Dütschke and Martin Wietschel
Stakeholder views on the social issues relating to the introduction of autonomous vehicles pp. 64-67 Downloads
Simone Pettigrew and Sophie L. Cronin
Exploring the prevalence and factors associated with self-reported traffic crashes among app-based motorcycle taxis in Vietnam pp. 68-74 Downloads
Nguyen-Phuoc, Duy Quy, Ha Anh Nguyen, Chris De Gruyter, Diep Ngoc Su and Vinh Hoang Nguyen
Understanding public transport satisfaction: Using Maslow's hierarchy of (transit) needs pp. 75-94 Downloads
Jaime Allen, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Juan de Dios Ortúzar
Multi-stage trips: An exploration of factors affecting mode combination choice of travelers in England pp. 95-105 Downloads
Muhammad Aamir Basheer, Peter van der Waerden, Bruno Kochan, Tom Bellemans and Syyed Adnan Raheel Shah
Willingness to take contractual risk in port public-private partnerships under economic volatility: The role of institutional environment in emerging economies pp. 106-116 Downloads
Zengqi Xiao and Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Performance of cross-border corridors in East Africa considering multiple stakeholders pp. 117-126 Downloads
Shinya Hanaoka, Masashi Sota, Tomoya Kawasaki and Russell G. Thompson
Evaluating the effectiveness of research centers for state DOTs pp. 127-137 Downloads
Promothes Saha, Nikolai A. Greer, Er Yue and Khaled Ksaibati
Revealing the cycling potential of starter cycling cities: Usefulness for planning practice pp. 138-147 Downloads
Cecília Silva, João Teixeira, Ana Proença, Tamara Bicalho, Isabel Cunha and Ana Aguiar
Analysis of European airports’ access and egress travel times using Google Maps pp. 148-162 Downloads
Raoul Rothfeld, Anna Straubinger, Annika Paul and Constantinos Antoniou
An analysis of price competition and price wars in Australia's domestic airline market pp. 163-172 Downloads
Wenliang Ma, Qiang Wang, Hangjun Yang and Yahua Zhang
Applying a motivational stage-based approach in order to study a temporary free public transport intervention pp. 173-183 Downloads
Margareta Friman, Raphaela Maier and Lars E. Olsson
Vertical contract selection under chain-to-chain service competition in shipping supply chain pp. 184-196 Downloads
Junjin Wang and Jiaguo Liu
Improving logistics performance by reforming the pillars of Global Competitiveness Index pp. 197-207 Downloads
Şule Önsel Ekici, Özgür Kabak and Füsun Ülengin
Controlling for endogeneity between bus headway and bus ridership: A case study of the Orlando region pp. 208-219 Downloads
Moshiur Rahman, Shamsunnahar Yasmin and Naveen Eluru
Consumer preferences and financial incentives in the Japanese automobile industry pp. 220-229 Downloads
Sunbin Yoo and Yoshikuni Yoshida
Ghost town or city of hope? The spatial spillover effects of high-speed railway stations in China pp. 230-241 Downloads
Longfei Zheng, Fenjie Long, Zheng Chang and Jingsong Ye
Why did UK governments cut road building in the 1990s and expand it after 2010? pp. 242-253 Downloads
Dr Steve Melia
Owners of energy-efficient houses as a target group for sustainable electric mobility pp. 254-262 Downloads
Stephan Keuchel, Leif Jacobs and Karolyn Laurenz
Improvement in direct bus services through route planning pp. 263-274 Downloads
Hemant K. Suman and Nomesh B. Bolia
An adaptive approach for trialling fully automated vehicles in Queensland Australia: A brief report pp. 275-281 Downloads
Sherrie-Anne Kaye, Lisa Buckley, Andry Rakotonirainy and Patricia Delhomme
Examining the effect of the Hiawatha LRT on auto use in the Twin Cities pp. 284-292 Downloads
Xinyu Jason Cao
Would the replacement of park-and-ride facilities with transit-oriented development reduce vehicle kilometers traveled in an auto-oriented US region? pp. 293-301 Downloads
Michael Duncan
School locations and road transportation nuisances in Montreal: An environmental equity diagnosis pp. 302-310 Downloads
Mathieu Carrier, Philippe Apparicio, Anne-Marie Séguin and Dan Crouse
Multi-level urban form and commuting mode share in rail station areas across the United States; a seemingly unrelated regression approach pp. 311-319 Downloads
Arefeh Nasri and Lei Zhang
Towards sustainable urban transport in Singapore: Policy instruments and mobility trends pp. 320-330 Downloads
Mi Diao
Job opportunities, institutions, and the jobs-housing spatial relationship: Case study of Beijing pp. 331-339 Downloads
Ping Qin and Lanlan Wang
Neighborhood form and residents' walking and biking distance to food markets: Evidence from Beijing, China pp. 340-349 Downloads
Yulin Chen
Can metro transit reduce driving? Evidence from Xi'an, China pp. 350-359 Downloads
Xiaoyan Huang, (Jason) Cao, Xinyu, Jiangbin Yin and Xiaoshu Cao
Do built environment effects on travel behavior differ between household members? A case study of Nanjing, China pp. 360-370 Downloads
Shuo Yang, Yingling Fan, Wei Deng and Long Cheng
Spatial distribution of high-rise buildings and its relationship to public transit development in Shanghai pp. 371-380 Downloads
ChengHe Guan
Prioritizing future funding and construction of the planned high-speed rail corridors of China – According to regional structure and urban land development potential indices pp. 381-395 Downloads
Xu, Wangtu (Ato), Ying Long and Wei Zhang
The impacts of rail transit on future urban land use development: A case study in Wuhan, China pp. 396-405 Downloads
Liyuan Zhao and Le Shen
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