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Volume 46, issue 4, 2019

Institutional issues in planning for more uncertain futures pp. 1075-1092 Downloads
Greg Marsden and Noreen C. McDonald
Does a high level of multimodality mean less car use? An exploration of multimodality trends in England pp. 1093-1126 Downloads
Eva Heinen and Giulio Mattioli
The role of travel demand and network centrality on the connectivity and resilience of an urban street system pp. 1127-1141 Downloads
Meisam Akbarzadeh, Soroush Memarmontazerin, Sybil Derrible and Sayed Farzin Salehi Reihani
Vulnerability evaluation of freight railway networks using a heuristic routing and scheduling optimization model pp. 1143-1170 Downloads
Mostafa Bababeik, Mohammad Mahdi Nasiri, Navid Khademi and Anthony Chen
Carsharing in Switzerland: identifying new markets by predicting membership based on data on supply and demand pp. 1171-1194 Downloads
Maria Juschten, Timo Ohnmacht, Vu Thi Thao, Regine Gerike and Reinhard Hössinger
Stated preference modelling of intra-household decisions: Can you more easily approximate the preference space? pp. 1195-1213 Downloads
Matthew J. Beck and John M. Rose
Vehicle automation and freeway ‘pipeline’ capacity in the context of legal standards of care pp. 1215-1244 Downloads
Scott Le Vine, You Kong, Xiaobo Liu and John Polak
Structure and influencing factors of CO2 emissions from transport sector in three major metropolitan regions of China: estimation and decomposition pp. 1245-1269 Downloads
Linna Li
My way or the highway? Framing transportation planners’ attitudes in negotiating professional expertise and public insight pp. 1271-1290 Downloads
Geoffrey A. Battista and Kevin Manaugh
The impact of metro services on housing prices: a case study from Beijing pp. 1291-1317 Downloads
Shengxiao Li, Luoye Chen and Pengjun Zhao
Joint travel problem in space–time multi-state supernetworks pp. 1319-1343 Downloads
Feixiong Liao
Variation in cost overruns of transportation projects: an econometric meta-regression analysis of studies reported in the literature pp. 1345-1368 Downloads
James Odeck
A time-use activity-pattern recognition model for activity-based travel demand modeling pp. 1369-1394 Downloads
Mohammad Hesam Hafezi, Lei Liu and Hugh Millward
Empirical speed models for cycling in the Oslo road network pp. 1395-1419 Downloads
Stefan Flügel, Nina Hulleberg, Aslak Fyhri, Christian Weber and Gretar Ævarsson
The role of intention as mediator between latent effects and behavior: application of a hybrid choice model to study departure time choices pp. 1421-1445 Downloads
Mikkel Thorhauge, Elisabetta Cherchi, Joan L. Walker and Jeppe Rich
An exploratory analysis of observed and latent variables affecting intercity train service quality in developing countries pp. 1447-1466 Downloads
Md Hadiuzzaman, Nahid Parvez Farazi, Sanjana Hossain and D. M. Ghius Malik
Misclassification in travel surveys and implications to choice modeling: application to household auto ownership decisions pp. 1467-1485 Downloads
Rajesh Paleti and Lacramioara Balan
Direct to your destination: the size, scope and competitive status of express coach carriers in the United States pp. 1487-1504 Downloads
Joseph P. Schwieterman, Nicholas J. Klein and Alexander Levin
Subjective well-being in China: how much does commuting matter? pp. 1505-1524 Downloads
Zhenjun Zhu, Zhigang Li, Hongsheng Chen, Ye Liu and Jun Zeng

Volume 46, issue 3, 2019

Investigating commute satisfaction differences of private car users and public transport users in a developing country context pp. 515-536 Downloads
Zahwa Al-Ayyash and Maya Abou-Zeid
Analysis of social networks, social interactions, and out-of-home leisure activity generation: Evidence from Japan pp. 537-562 Downloads
Giancarlos Troncoso Parady, Genki Katayama, Hiromu Yamazaki, Tatsuki Yamanami, Kiyoshi Takami and Noboru Harata
An empirical study on aggregation of alternatives and its influence on prediction in car type choice models pp. 563-582 Downloads
Shiva Habibi, Emma Frejinger and Marcus Sundberg
New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain pp. 583-621 Downloads
Richard Batley, John Bates, Michiel Bliemer, Maria Börjesson, Jeremy Bourdon, Manuel Ojeda Cabral, Phani Kumar Chintakayala, Charisma Choudhury, Andrew Daly, Thijs Dekker, Efie Drivyla, Tony Fowkes, Stephane Hess, Chris Heywood, Daniel Johnson, James Laird, Peter Mackie, John Parkin, Stefan Sanders, Rob Sheldon, Mark Wardman and Tom Worsley
Analysing the effect of trip satisfaction on satisfaction with the leisure activity at the destination of the trip, in relationship with life satisfaction pp. 623-645 Downloads
Jonas De Vos
Activity-based trip chaining behavior analysis in the network under the parking fee scheme pp. 647-669 Downloads
Ge Gao, Huijun Sun and Jianjun Wu
A disaggregate stochastic freight transport model for Sweden pp. 671-696 Downloads
Megersa Abate, Inge Vierth, Rune Karlsson, Gerard Jong and Jaap Baak
I want to ride it where I like: measuring design preferences in cycling infrastructure pp. 697-718 Downloads
Tomás Rossetti, Verónica Saud and Ricardo Hurtubia
The role of habit and residential location in travel behavior change programs, a field experiment pp. 719-734 Downloads
Kelcie M. Ralph and Anne E. Brown
Improving automobile insurance ratemaking using telematics: incorporating mileage and driver behaviour data pp. 735-752 Downloads
Mercedes Ayuso, Montserrat Guillen and Jens Perch Nielsen
Acceptability of Beijing congestion charging from a business perspective pp. 753-776 Downloads
Xin Li, John W. Shaw, Daizong Liu and Yun Yuan
Evaluating the multi-scale patterns of jobs-residence balance and commuting time–cost using cellular signaling data: a case study in Shanghai pp. 777-792 Downloads
Longxu Yan, Wang De, Shangwu Zhang and Dongcan Xie
The changes of activity-travel participation across gender, life-cycle, and generations in Sweden over 30 years pp. 793-818 Downloads
Yusak O. Susilo, Chengxi Liu and Maria Börjesson
Would Americans pay more in taxes for better transportation? Answers from seven years of national survey data pp. 819-840 Downloads
Hilary Nixon and Asha Weinstein Agrawal
The impacts of household features on commuting carbon emissions: a case study of Xi’an, China pp. 841-857 Downloads
Pu Lyu, Yongjie Lin and Yuanqing Wang
Hedonic modeling of commercial property values: distance decay from the links and nodes of rail and highway infrastructure pp. 859-882 Downloads
Kihwan Seo, Deborah Salon, Michael Kuby and Aaron Golub
Impacts of the urban parking system on cruising traffic and policy development: the case of Zurich downtown area, Switzerland pp. 883-908 Downloads
Jin Cao, Monica Menendez and Rashid Waraich
Development of a neighborhood commute mode share model using nationally-available data pp. 909-929 Downloads
Robert J. Schneider, Lingqian Hu and Joseph Stefanich
Drivers’ adoption of electronic payment in the Spanish toll road network pp. 931-955 Downloads
Javier Heras-Molina, Juan Gomez and José Manuel Vassallo
The role of parents’ mobility behavior for dynamics in car availability and commute mode use pp. 957-994 Downloads
Lisa Döring, Maarten Kroesen and Christian Holz-Rau
A utility-based bicycle speed choice model with time and energy factors pp. 995-1009 Downloads
Alexander Bigazzi and Charles Lindsey
The potential use of big vehicle GPS data for estimations of annual average daily traffic for unmeasured road segments pp. 1011-1032 Downloads
Hyun-ho Chang and Seung-hoon Cheon
Learning to use transit services: adapting to unfamiliar transit travel pp. 1033-1049 Downloads
Lorelei Schmitt, Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie
New potential for multimodal connection: exploring the relationship between taxi and transit in New York City (NYC) pp. 1051-1072 Downloads
Fangru Wang and Catherine L. Ross
Correction to: Shared school transportation: determinants of carpooling as children’s school travel mode in California pp. 1073-1073 Downloads
Rezwana Rafiq and Suman Kumar Mitra

Volume 46, issue 2, 2019

Travel demand modelling, data collection and well-being pp. 303-305 Downloads
Francesco Manca, Aruna Sivakumar and Stephane Hess
Time use, mobility and expenditure: an innovative survey design for understanding individuals’ trade-off processes pp. 307-339 Downloads
Florian Aschauer, Inka Rösel, Reinhard Hössinger, Heinz Brian Kreis and Regine Gerike
Impact of different shopping stages on shopping-related travel behaviour: analyses of the Netherlands Mobility Panel data pp. 341-371 Downloads
Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Marie-José Olde Kalter and Nina T. W. Schaap
Nudging people towards more sustainable residential choice decisions: an intervention based on focalism and visualization pp. 373-393 Downloads
Abhinav Bhattacharyya, Wen Jin, Caroline Floch, Daniel G. Chatman and Joan L. Walker
Use of repeated cross-sectional travel surveys for developing meta models of activity-travel scheduling processes pp. 395-423 Downloads
Sarah Salem and Khandker M. Nurul Habib
Post-Car World: data collection methods and response behavior in a multi-stage travel survey pp. 425-492 Downloads
Basil Schmid, Milos Balac and Kay W. Axhausen
Subjective well-being and travel: retrospect and prospect pp. 493-513 Downloads
Patricia Mokhtarian

Volume 46, issue 1, 2019

Effects of Taichung bus policy on ridership according to structural change analysis pp. 1-16 Downloads
Chao-Fu Yeh and Ming-Tsung Lee
Time-declining risk-adjusted social discount rates for transport infrastructure planning pp. 17-34 Downloads
Kathrin Goldmann
Transit user perceptions of driverless buses pp. 35-50 Downloads
Xiaoxia Dong, Matthew DiScenna and Erick Guerra
Built environment, travel behavior, and residential self-selection: a study based on panel data from Beijing, China pp. 51-74 Downloads
Donggen Wang and Tao Lin
Should I stay or should I go? Investigating route switching behavior from revealed preferences data pp. 75-93 Downloads
Alessandro Vacca, Carlo Giacomo Prato and Italo Meloni
Addressing the joint occurrence of self-selection and simultaneity biases in the estimation of program effects based on cross-sectional observational surveys: case study of travel behavior effects in carsharing pp. 95-123 Downloads
Gouri Shankar Mishra, Patricia Mokhtarian, Regina R. Clewlow and Keith F. Widaman
Residents’ expectations for new rail stops: optimistic neighborhood perceptions relate to subsequent transit ridership pp. 125-146 Downloads
Barbara B. Brown, Wyatt A. Jensen and Doug Tharp
Analysis of dynamic decision-making in a bicycle-sharing auction using a dynamic discrete choice model pp. 147-173 Downloads
Yusuke Hara and Eiji Hato
How perceptions mediate the effects of the built environment on travel behavior? pp. 175-197 Downloads
Liang Ma and Jason Cao
Applying the theory of reasoned action to understanding consumers’ intention to adopt hybrid electric vehicles in Saudi Arabia pp. 199-215 Downloads
Khalid Alzahrani, Adrienne Hall-Phillips and Amy Z. Zeng
Park-and-ride lot choice model using random utility maximization and random regret minimization pp. 217-232 Downloads
Bibhuti Sharma, Mark Hickman and Neema Nassir
Modelling travellers’ route choice behaviours with the concept of equivalent impedance pp. 233-262 Downloads
Jun Li and Xinjun Lai
Skateboarding for transportation: exploring the factors behind an unconventional mode choice among university skateboard commuters pp. 263-283 Downloads
Kevin Fang and Susan Handy
“Cutting costs to the bone”: the Portuguese experience in renegotiating public private partnerships highways during the financial crisis pp. 285-302 Downloads
Ricardo Ferreira Reis and Joaquim Miranda Sarmento
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