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Volume 11, issue 2, 2019

Stable and robust train routing in station areas with balanced infrastructure capacity occupation pp. 211-236 Downloads
Nikola Bešinović and Rob M. P. Goverde
Operational planning of public transit with economic and environmental goals: application to the Minneapolis–St. Paul bus system pp. 237-267 Downloads
Bixuan Sun and Jeffrey Apland
Modelling bus bunching under variable transit demand using cellular automata pp. 269-298 Downloads
Fatemeh Enayatollahi, Ahmed Osman Idris and M. A. Amiri Atashgah
Understanding the factors that influence the probability and time to streetcar bunching incidents pp. 299-320 Downloads
Paula Nguyen, Ehab Diab and Amer Shalaby
Locating key stations of a metro network using bi-objective programming: discrete and continuous demand mode pp. 321-340 Downloads
Seyed Sina Mohri and Meisam Akbarzadeh
Real-world meeting points for shared demand-responsive transportation systems pp. 341-377 Downloads
Paul Czioska, Ronny Kutadinata, Aleksandar Trifunović, Stephan Winter, Monika Sester and Bernhard Friedrich
An adaptive scaled network for public transport route optimisation pp. 379-412 Downloads
Philipp Heyken Soares, Christine L. Mumford, Kwabena Amponsah and Yong Mao
Exploring the potential of using real-time traveler data in public transport disturbance management pp. 413-441 Downloads
Åse Jevinger and Jan A. Persson

Volume 11, issue 1, 2019

Delay and disruption management in local public transportation via real-time vehicle and crew re-scheduling: a case study pp. 1-25 Downloads
Federico Malucelli and Emanuele Tresoldi
Vulnerability of public transportation networks against directed attacks and cascading failures pp. 27-49 Downloads
Antonio Candelieri, Bruno G. Galuzzi, Ilaria Giordani and Francesco Archetti
Aggregation techniques for frequency assignment in public transportation pp. 51-87 Downloads
Benjamin Otto
An investigation of route-choice in integrated public transport networks by risk-averse users pp. 89-110 Downloads
Anthony Downward, Subeh Chowdhury and Chapa Jayalath
An econometric investigation of the influence of transit passes on transit users’ behavior in Toronto pp. 111-133 Downloads
Khandker Nurul Habib and Sami Hasnine
Understanding factors influencing public transport passengers’ pre-travel information-seeking behaviour pp. 135-158 Downloads
Godwin Yeboah, Caitlin D. Cottrill, John D. Nelson, David Corsar, Milan Markovic and Peter Edwards
Mitigation of overcrowding in buses through bus planning pp. 159-187 Downloads
Hemant Kumar Suman and Nomesh B. Bolia
Transit network design with pollution minimization pp. 189-210 Downloads
Javier Duran, Lorena Pradenas and Victor Parada

Volume 10, issue 3, 2018

Commuter travel cost estimation at different levels of crowding in a suburban rail system: a case study of Mumbai pp. 379-398 Downloads
Prasanta K. Sahu, Gajanand Sharma and Anirban Guharoy
Dynamic transit lanes for connected and autonomous vehicles pp. 399-426 Downloads
Michael W. Levin and Alireza Khani
Visualisation of trip chaining behaviour and mode choice using household travel survey data pp. 427-453 Downloads
Günter Wallner, Simone Kriglstein, Edward Chung and Syeed Anta Kashfi
A technology selection and design model of a semi-rapid transit line pp. 455-497 Downloads
Luigi Moccia, Duncan W. Allen and Eric C. Bruun
DRT route design for the first/last mile problem: model and application to Athens, Greece pp. 499-527 Downloads
Anastasios Charisis, Christina Iliopoulou and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou
Travelers’ preferences regarding the interior of public buses: a hierarchical information integration approach pp. 529-543 Downloads
Peter Waerden, Emilie Couwenberg and Geert Wets
Spatial bus priority schemes, implementation challenges and needs: an overview and directions for future studies pp. 545-570 Downloads
Nima Dadashzadeh and Murat Ergun
Effect of information contagion during train service disruption for an integrated rail-bus transit system pp. 571-594 Downloads
Wen Hua and Ghim Ping Ong

Volume 10, issue 2, 2018

Fare discrimination and daily demand distribution in the BRT system in Bogotá pp. 191-216 Downloads
Luis A. Guzman, Carlos A. Moncada and Santiago Gómez
Trade-offs between headway, fare, and real-time bus information under different weather conditions pp. 217-240 Downloads
Md Matiur Rahman, Lina Kattan and S. C. Wirasinghe
Is having a positive image of public transit associated with travel satisfaction and continued transit usage? An exploratory study of bus transit pp. 241-256 Downloads
Dea Lierop and Ahmed El-Geneidy
Automatic recognition of “low-quality” vehicles and bus stops in bus services pp. 257-289 Downloads
Benedetto Barabino
Impact analysis of reductions in tram services in rural areas in Japan using smart card data pp. 291-309 Downloads
Hiroaki Nishiuchi, Yasuyuki Kobayashi, Tomoyuki Todoroki and Tomoya Kawasaki
High volume bus stop upstream average waiting time for working capacity and quality of service pp. 311-333 Downloads
Jonathan M. Bunker
Towards transfer synchronization of regularity-based bus operations with sequential hill-climbing pp. 335-361 Downloads
Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis and Nitin Maslekar
Using Twitter data for transit performance assessment: a framework for evaluating transit riders’ opinions about quality of service pp. 363-377 Downloads
N. Nima Haghighi, Xiaoyue Cathy Liu, Ran Wei, Wenwen Li and Hu Shao

Volume 10, issue 1, 2018

Application of smart card data in validating a large-scale multi-modal transit assignment model pp. 1-21 Downloads
Ahmad Tavassoli, Mahmoud Mesbah and Mark Hickman
Optimizing headways for urban rail transit services using adaptive particle swarm algorithms pp. 23-62 Downloads
Erfan Hassannayebi, Seyed Hessameddin Zegordi, Mohammad Reza Amin-Naseri and Masoud Yaghini
Multivariate methodology for discriminating market segments in urban commuting pp. 63-89 Downloads
Steven D. Silver
Local environmental factors in walking distance at metro stations pp. 91-106 Downloads
John Zacharias and Qi Zhao
Formative and reflective measurement models for analysing transit service quality pp. 107-127 Downloads
Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti and Gabriella Mazzulla
The role and potential of automatic certification to improve the validation of AVM operated public transport services pp. 129-146 Downloads
Giorgio Ambrosino, Claudio Disperati, Saverio Gini and Lorenzo Mussone
Comparison between ad-hoc demand responsive and conventional transit: a simulation study pp. 147-167 Downloads
Zahra Navidi, Nicole Ronald and Stephan Winter
Dimensioning reserve bus fleet using life cycle cost models and condition based/predictive maintenance: a case study pp. 169-190 Downloads
Hugo Raposo, José Torres Farinha, Luís Ferreira and Diego Galar

Volume 9, issue 3, 2017

Impact of real-time crowding information: a Stockholm metro pilot study pp. 483-499 Downloads
Yizhou Zhang, Erik Jenelius and Karl Kottenhoff
Vulnerability analysis of urban rail transit based on complex network theory: a case study of Shanghai Metro pp. 501-525 Downloads
Yingying Xing, Jian Lu, Shengdi Chen and Sunanda Dissanayake
Cost models for local road transit pp. 527-548 Downloads
Umberto Petruccelli and Salvatore Carleo
Modelling risk aversion using a disaggregate stochastic process model in congested transit networks pp. 549-569 Downloads
Padma Seetharaman
Transit priority lanes in the congested road networks pp. 571-599 Downloads
Saeed Asadi Bagloee, Majid Sarvi and Avishai Ceder

Volume 9, issue 1, 2017

Leo G. Kroon (1958–2016) pp. 1-2 Downloads
Stefan Voß
Advanced systems in public transport pp. 3-6 Downloads
Marie Schmidt and Stefan Voß
Line pool generation pp. 7-32 Downloads
Philine Gattermann, Jonas Harbering and Anita Schöbel
The railway line frequency and size setting problem pp. 33-53 Downloads
Alicia De-Los-Santos, Gilbert Laporte, Juan A. Mesa and Federico Perea
Assessment of alternative line plans for severe winter conditions in the Netherlands pp. 55-71 Downloads
Maarten L. Trap, Dennis Huisman and Rob M. P. Goverde
A branch-and-bound approach for robust railway timetabling pp. 73-94 Downloads
Gábor Maróti
A comparison of performance metrics for balancing the power consumption of trains in a railway network by slight timetable adaptation pp. 95-113 Downloads
Andreas Bärmann, Alexander Martin and Oskar Schneider
Passenger routing for periodic timetable optimization pp. 115-135 Downloads
Ralf Borndörfer, Heide Hoppmann and Marika Karbstein
Train unit scheduling guided by historic capacity provisions and passenger count surveys pp. 137-154 Downloads
Zhiyuan Lin, Eva Barrena and Raymond S. K. Kwan
Scheduling electric vehicles pp. 155-176 Downloads
M. E. Kooten Niekerk, J. M. Akker and J. A. Hoogeveen
Integration of duty scheduling and rostering to increase driver satisfaction pp. 177-191 Downloads
Ralf Borndörfer, Christof Schulz, Stephan Seidl and Steffen Weider
Decision support for scheduling security crews at Netherlands Railways pp. 193-215 Downloads
Hilbert Snijders and Ricardo L. Saldanha
The integrated dial-a-ride problem with timetabled fixed route service pp. 217-241 Downloads
Marcus Posada, Henrik Andersson and Carl H. Häll
Scheduling constraints in dial-a-ride problems with transfers: a metaheuristic approach incorporating a cross-route scheduling procedure with postponement opportunities pp. 243-272 Downloads
Jörn Schönberger
A comparison of different configurations of a Centrally Guided Train Operation System in Dutch Railway Operations pp. 273-284 Downloads
Ramon M. Lentink, Dick Middelkoop and Douwe Vries
Schedule-free high-frequency transit operations pp. 285-305 Downloads
Gabriel E. Sánchez-Martínez, Nigel H. M. Wilson and Haris N. Koutsopoulos
PANDA: a software tool for improved train dispatching with focus on passenger flows pp. 307-324 Downloads
Ralf Rückert, Martin Lemnian, Christoph Blendinger, Steffen Rechner and Matthias Müller-Hannemann
A heuristic for real-time crew rescheduling during small disruptions pp. 325-342 Downloads
Thijs Verhaegh, Dennis Huisman, Pieter-Jan Fioole and Juan C. Vera
Railway disruption management challenges and possible solution directions pp. 343-364 Downloads
Nadjla Ghaemi, Oded Cats and Rob M. P. Goverde
Template-based re-optimization of rolling stock rotations pp. 365-383 Downloads
Ralf Borndörfer, Boris Grimm, Markus Reuther and Thomas Schlechte
Analysing improvements to on-street public transport systems: a mesoscopic model approach pp. 385-409 Downloads
Jesper Bláfoss Ingvardson, Jonas Kornerup Jensen and Otto Anker Nielsen
Enabling large-scale transit microsimulation for disruption response support using the Nexus platform pp. 411-435 Downloads
Siva Srikukenthiran and Amer Shalaby
Journey-based characterization of multi-modal public transportation networks pp. 437-461 Downloads
Cecilia Viggiano, Haris N. Koutsopoulos, Nigel H. M. Wilson and John Attanucci
Exploring factors affecting demand for possible future intercity transit options pp. 463-481 Downloads
Andisheh Ranjbari, Yi-Chang Chiu and Mark Hickman
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