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Volume 50, issue 1, 2023

The determinants of shared bike use in China pp. 1-23 Downloads
Yiling Deng and Pengjun Zhao
Travel attitudes or behaviours: Which one changes when they conflict? pp. 25-42 Downloads
Laura McCarthy, Alexa Delbosc, Maarten Kroesen and Mathijs Haas
Encouraging carpooling for commuting in the Paris area (France): which incentives and for whom? pp. 43-62 Downloads
Julie Bulteau, Thierry Feuillet, Sophie Dantan and Souhir Abbes
Improved imputation of rule sets in class association rule modeling: application to transportation mode choice pp. 63-106 Downloads
Jiajia Zhang, Tao Feng, Harry Timmermans and Zhengkui Lin
Going carless in different urban fabrics: socio-demographics of household car ownership pp. 107-142 Downloads
L. E. Karjalainen, M. Tiitu, J. Lyytimäki, V. Helminen, P. Tapio, A. Tuominen, T. Vasankari, J. Lehtimäki and R. Paloniemi
An extended theory of planned behavior to explain the intention to use carsharing: a multi-group analysis of different sociodemographic characteristics pp. 143-181 Downloads
Leiming Li and Yu Zhang
Impact of self-parking autonomous vehicles on urban traffic congestion pp. 183-203 Downloads
Sajjad Shafiei, Ziyuan Gu, Hanna Grzybowska and Chen Cai
Analysis of the influences of built environment measures on household car and motorcycle ownership decisions in Hubli-Dharwad cities pp. 205-243 Downloads
Chetan Doddamani and M. Manoj
Can repeated surveys reveal the variation of the value of travel time over time? pp. 245-284 Downloads
Maria Börjesson, Marco Kouwenhoven, Gerard Jong and Andrew Daly
Utilization rate of the fleet: a novel performance metric for a novel shared mobility pp. 285-301 Downloads
Ana Belén Rodríguez González, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz, Rubén Fernández Pozo and Carmen Sánchez Ávila
Vehicle access and falling transit ridership: evidence from Southern California pp. 303-329 Downloads
Michael Manville, Brian D. Taylor, Evelyn Blumenberg and Andrew Schouten
Vulnerability and resilience of the road transport industry in Poland to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis pp. 331-354 Downloads
Magdalena Osińska and Wojciech Zalewski

Volume 49, issue 6, 2022

Intrapersonal variability in public transport path choice due to changes in service reliability pp. 1517-1547 Downloads
Ulrik Berggren, Carmelo D’Agostino, Helena Svensson and Karin Brundell-Freij
Effects of spatial units and travel modes on urban commuting demand modeling pp. 1549-1575 Downloads
Fan Gao, Jinjun Tang and Zhitao Li
Impact of TNC on travel behavior and mode choice: a comparative analysis of Boston and Philadelphia pp. 1577-1597 Downloads
Xiaoxia Dong, Erick Guerra and Ricardo A. Daziano
The role of unpaid domestic work in explaining the gender gap in the (monetary) value of leisure pp. 1599-1625 Downloads
Simona Jokubauskaitė, Reinhard Hössinger, Sergio Jara-Díaz, Stefanie Peer, Alyssa Schneebaum, Basil Schmid, Florian Aschauer, Regine Gerike, Kay W. Axhausen and Friedrich Leisch
Can bicycle sharing mitigate vehicle emission in Chinese large cities? Estimation based on mode shift analysis pp. 1627-1648 Downloads
Yi Zhu
Development of an agent-based model for railway infrastructure project appraisal pp. 1649-1681 Downloads
Joana Cunha, Vasco Reis and Paulo Teixeira
The effects of gift vouchers and environmental certificates on the demand for a collective DRT system pp. 1683-1714 Downloads
Aljoscha Minnich, Holger A. Rau and Jan Christian Schlüter
Underlying dimensions of benefit and risk perception and their effects on people’s acceptance of conditionally/fully automated vehicles pp. 1715-1736 Downloads
Yukari Jessica Tham, Takaaki Hashimoto and Kaori Karasawa
Gender differences in work-related high mobility differentiated by partnership and parenthood status pp. 1737-1764 Downloads
Isabelle Wachter and Christian Holz-Rau
Exploring the attitudes of Millennials and Generation Xers toward ridesourcing services pp. 1765-1799 Downloads
Ghazaleh Azimi, Alireza Rahimi and Xia Jin
A hybrid data fusion methodology for household travel surveys to reduce proxy biases and under-representation of specific sub-group of population pp. 1801-1836 Downloads
Kaili Wang, Sanjana Hossain and Khandker Nurul Habib
Heterogeneity of autonomous vehicle adoption behavior due to peer effects and prior-AV knowledge pp. 1837-1860 Downloads
Yue Ding, Ruimin Li, Xiaokun Wang and Joshua Schmid
Incorporating psychological needs in commute mode choice modelling: a hybrid choice framework pp. 1861-1889 Downloads
Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Mikkel Thorhauge, Sigal Kaplan, Otto Anker Nielsen and Sebastián Raveau
Gender, mental health and travel pp. 1891-1920 Downloads
Roger L. Mackett
Anticipatory routing methods for an on-demand ridepooling mobility system pp. 1921-1962 Downloads
Andres Fielbaum, Maximilian Kronmueller and Javier Alonso-Mora
Evaluating the spatial and temporal distribution of beltway effects on housing prices using difference-in-differences methods pp. 1963-1998 Downloads
John Murray and Eleni Bardaka
Mobility functional areas and COVID-19 spread pp. 1999-2025 Downloads
Stefano Iacus, Carlos Santamaria, Francesco Sermi, Spyridon Spyratos, Dario Tarchi and Michele Vespe

Volume 49, issue 5, 2022

Easing or tightening control strategies: determination of COVID-19 parameters for an agent-based model pp. 1265-1293 Downloads
Ali Najmi, Sahar Nazari, Farshid Safarighouzhdi, Eric J. Miller, Raina MacIntyre and Taha H. Rashidi
Travel experience matters: Expected personal mobility impacts after simulated L3/L4 automated driving pp. 1295-1314 Downloads
Esko Lehtonen, Johanna Wörle, Fanny Malin, Barbara Metz and Satu Innamaa
Double parking in New York city: a comparison between commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles pp. 1315-1337 Downloads
Woojung Kim and Xiaokun (Cara) Wang
A data-driven travel mode share estimation framework based on mobile device location data pp. 1339-1383 Downloads
Mofeng Yang, Yixuan Pan, Aref Darzi, Sepehr Ghader, Chenfeng Xiong and Lei Zhang
Eliminating barriers to nighttime activity participation: the case of on-demand transit in Belleville, Canada pp. 1385-1408 Downloads
Yixue Zhang, Steven Farber and Mischa Young
Uncovering travel and charging patterns of private electric vehicles with trajectory data: evidence and policy implications pp. 1409-1439 Downloads
Mingdong Sun, Chunfu Shao, Chengxiang Zhuge, Pinxi Wang, Xiong Yang and Shiqi Wang
Price-based regulation of oligopolistic markets under discrete choice models of demand pp. 1441-1463 Downloads
Stefano Bortolomiol, Virginie Lurkin and Michel Bierlaire
Intra-destination travel behavior of alpine tourists: a literature review on choice determinants and the survey work pp. 1465-1516 Downloads
Bartosz Bursa, Markus Mailer and Kay W. Axhausen

Volume 49, issue 4, 2022

Remembering David Hartgen and Martin Wachs pp. 1059-1060 Downloads
Martin Richards
Framework for designing sample travel surveys for transport demand modelling in cities: some comments pp. 1061-1062 Downloads
J. de D. Ortúzar
Inertia effects of past behavior in commuting modal shift behavior: interactions, variations and implications for demand estimation pp. 1063-1097 Downloads
Kun Gao, Minhua Shao, Kay W. Axhausen, Lijun Sun, Huizhao Tu and Yihong Wang
Reassessing the commuting penalty for immigrants: new evidence from Spain pp. 1099-1132 Downloads
José M. Casado-Díaz, Raquel Simón-Albert and Hipólito Simón
Vehicle scheduling for on-demand vehicle fleets in macroscopic travel demand models pp. 1133-1155 Downloads
Johann Hartleb, Markus Friedrich and Emely Richter
Travellers’ perceptions of travel time reliability in the presence of rare events pp. 1157-1181 Downloads
Emily K. M. Moylan, Michiel Bliemer and Taha Hossein Rashidi
The value of travel time savings in freight transport: a meta-analysis pp. 1183-1209 Downloads
Jawaher Binsuwadan, Gerard De Jong, Richard Batley and Phill Wheat
Modeling the α-max capacity of transportation networks: a single-level mathematical programming formulation pp. 1211-1243 Downloads
Zhaoqi Zang, Xiangdong Xu, Anthony Chen and Chao Yang
Do frequent satisfying trips by public transport impact its intended use in later life? pp. 1245-1263 Downloads
Jonas De Vos, E. Owen D. Waygood, Laurence Letarte and Mengqiu Cao

Volume 49, issue 3, 2022

Exploring the correlation between ride-hailing and multimodal transit ridership in toronto pp. 765-789 Downloads
Wenting Li, Amer Shalaby and Khandker Nurul Habib
Towards an enriched framework of service evaluation for pedestrian and bicyclist infrastructure: acknowledging the power of users’ perceptions pp. 791-814 Downloads
Alvaro Rodriguez-Valencia, Jose Agustin Vallejo-Borda, German A. Barrero and Hernan Alberto Ortiz-Ramirez
E-bike user groups and substitution effects: evidence from longitudinal travel data in the Netherlands pp. 815-840 Downloads
Mathijs Haas, Maarten Kroesen, Caspar Chorus, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser and Serge Hoogendoorn
Cohort analysis of driving cessation and limitation among older adults pp. 841-865 Downloads
Andrew Schouten, Martin Wachs, Evelyn A. Blumenberg and Hannah R. King
Correlates of bicycling trip flows in Hamilton, Ontario: fastest, quietest, or balanced routes? pp. 867-895 Downloads
Elise Desjardins, Christopher D. Higgins, Darren M. Scott, Emma Apatu and Antonio Páez
Understanding bikeability: a methodology to assess urban networks pp. 897-925 Downloads
Giulia Reggiani, Tim Oijen, Homayoun Hamedmoghadam, Winnie Daamen, Hai L. Vu and Serge Hoogendoorn
Impacts of highly automated vehicles on travel demand: macroscopic modeling methods and some results pp. 927-950 Downloads
Jörg Sonnleitner, Markus Friedrich and Emely Richter
A clustering based traffic flow prediction method with dynamic spatiotemporal correlation analysis pp. 951-988 Downloads
Unsok Ryu, Jian Wang, Unjin Pak, Sonil Kwak, Kwangchol Ri, Junhyok Jang and Kyongjin Sok
The influence of panel effects and inertia on travel cost elasticities for car use and public transport pp. 989-1016 Downloads
Lissy Paix, Abu Toasin Oakil, Frank Hofman and Karst Geurs
Analysis of activity participation and time use decisions of partners: the context of low-and high-income households pp. 1017-1058 Downloads
Punyabeet Sarangi and M. Manoj

Volume 49, issue 2, 2022

Do transportation network companies increase or decrease transit ridership? Empirical evidence from San Francisco pp. 313-342 Downloads
Gregory D. Erhardt, Richard Alexander Mucci, Drew Cooper, Bhargava Sana, Mei Chen and Joe Castiglione
Understanding the effects of travel demand management on metro commuters’ behavioural loyalty: a hybrid choice modelling approach pp. 343-372 Downloads
Ning Huan, Stephane Hess and Enjian Yao
Exploring ride-hailing fares: an empirical analysis of the case of Madrid pp. 373-393 Downloads
Thais Rangel, Juan Nicolas Gonzalez, Juan Gomez, Fernando Romero and Jose Manuel Vassallo
Impacts of Pokémon GO on route and mode choice decisions: exploring the potential for integrating augmented reality, gamification, and social components in mobile apps to influence travel decisions pp. 395-444 Downloads
Yuntao Guo, Srinivas Peeta, Shubham Agrawal and Irina Benedyk
The changing accuracy of traffic forecasts pp. 445-466 Downloads
Jawad Mahmud Hoque, Gregory D. Erhardt, David Schmitt, Mei Chen, Ankita Chaudhary, Martin Wachs and Reginald R. Souleyrette
Network design for line-based autonomous bus services pp. 467-502 Downloads
Jonas Hatzenbühler, Oded Cats and Erik Jenelius
Changes in private car ownership associated with car sharing: gauging differences by residential location and car share typology pp. 503-527 Downloads
Taru Jain, Geoffrey Rose and Marilyn Johnson
Exploring activity-travel behavior changes during the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia pp. 529-553 Downloads
Muhammad Zudhy Irawan, Prawira Fajarindra Belgiawan, Tri Basuki Joewono, Faza Fawzan Bastarianto, Muhamad Rizki and Anugrah Ilahi
The demand impacts of train punctuality in great britain: systematic review, meta-analysis and some new econometric insights pp. 555-589 Downloads
Mark Wardman and Richard Batley
A cluster analysis of cyclists in Europe: common patterns, behaviours, and attitudes pp. 591-620 Downloads
Federico Fraboni, Gabriele Prati, Giulia Casu, Marco De Angelis and Luca Pietrantoni
Public transport reliability across preferences, modes, and space pp. 621-640 Downloads
Jaime Soza-Parra, Sebastián Raveau and Juan Carlos Muñoz
Sentiment analysis of popular-music references to automobiles, 1950s to 2010s pp. 641-678 Downloads
Chenyang Wu, Scott Le Vine, Elizabeth Bengel, Jason Czerwinski and John Polak
Dynamic pricing of free-floating carsharing networks with sensitivity to travellers’ attitudes towards risk pp. 679-702 Downloads
Chenyang Wu, Scott Vine, Aruna Sivakumar and John Polak
Perceived risk of lock-in in the front-end phase of major transportation projects pp. 703-733 Downloads
Chantal C. Cantarelli, David Oglethorpe and Bert Wee
Social distancing in public transport: mobilising new technologies for demand management under the Covid-19 crisis pp. 735-764 Downloads
Daniel Hörcher, Ramandeep Singh and Daniel J. Graham

Volume 49, issue 1, 2022

Modeling car ownership and use in a developing country context with informal public transportation pp. 1-36 Downloads
Lara Al Otary, Maya Abou-Zeid and Isam Kaysi
Reducing traffic congestion and increasing sustainability in special urban areas through one-way traffic reconfiguration pp. 37-60 Downloads
Hadi Karimi, Bahador Ghadirifaraz, Seyed Nader Shetab Boushehri, Seyyed-Mohammadreza Hosseininasab and Narges Rafiei
Participation in online activities while travelling: an application of the MDCEV model in the context of rail travel pp. 61-87 Downloads
Chiara Calastri, Jacek Pawlak and Richard Batley
Residential relocations and changes in vehicle ownership pp. 89-113 Downloads
Andrew Schouten
Framework for designing sample travel surveys for transport demand modelling in cities pp. 115-136 Downloads
Peter Horbachov, Oleksandr Makarichev, Stanislav Svichynskyi and Ihor Ivanov
Feasibility of estimating travel demand using geolocations of social media data pp. 137-161 Downloads
Yuan Liao, Sonia Yeh and Jorge Gil
Evaluating impacts of coastal flooding on the transportation system using an activity-based travel demand model: a case study in Miami-Dade County, FL pp. 163-184 Downloads
Yu Han, Changjie Chen, Zhong-Ren Peng and Pallab Mozumder
Latent stage model for carsharing usage frequency estimation with Montréal case study pp. 185-211 Downloads
Cen Zhang, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker and Martin Trépanier
Investigating the temporal changes in the relationships between time spent on the internet and non-mandatory activity-travel time use pp. 213-235 Downloads
Guoqiang Wu, Jinhyun Hong and Piyushimita Thakuriah
Service quality, satisfaction and behavioral intentions towards public transport from the point of view of private vehicle users pp. 237-269 Downloads
Juan de Oña
A mixed methods approach to the social assessment of transport infrastructure projects pp. 271-291 Downloads
Karen Lucas, Ian Philips and Ersilia Verlinghieri
The evolution, usage and trip patterns of taxis & ridesourcing services: evidence from 2001, 2009 & 2017 US National Household Travel Survey pp. 293-311 Downloads
Xiatian Wu and Don MacKenzie
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