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1999 - 2020

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Volume 40, issue 5, 2020

What might Covid-19 mean for mobility as a service (MaaS)? pp. 551-556 Downloads
David A. Hensher
Why are cities removing their freeways? A systematic review of the literature pp. 557-580 Downloads
Fahimeh Khalaj, Dorina Pojani, Neil Sipe and Jonathan Corcoran
Platooning for sustainable freight transportation: an adoptable practice in the near future? pp. 581-606 Downloads
S. Sivanandham and M. S. Gajanand
Does transport help people to gain employment? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the empirical evidence pp. 607-628 Downloads
Jeroen Bastiaanssen, Daniel Johnson and Karen Lucas
Impacts of rail transit access on land and housing values in China: a quantitative synthesis pp. 629-645 Downloads
Wenjie Wu, Siqi Zheng, Bing Wang and Minzhe Du
Factors that affect the ability of people with disabilities to walk or wheel to destinations in their community: a scoping review pp. 646-669 Downloads
Mike Prescott, Delphine Labbé, William C. Miller, Jaimie Borisoff, Robert Feick and William Ben Mortenson
Policy implementation of multi-modal (shared) mobility: review of a supply-demand value proposition canvas pp. 670-684 Downloads
Li Meng, Sekhar Somenahalli and Stephen Berry
The 30-Minute City: Designing for Access pp. 685-686 Downloads
Tom van Vuren

Volume 40, issue 4, 2020

Are all paper citations equal? pp. 407-410 Downloads
Bert van Wee
Costs of air pollutants from shipping: a meta-regression analysis pp. 411-428 Downloads
Ing-Marie Gren, Andreas Brutemark, Annika K. Jägerbrand and Jennie Barthel Svedén
Travel-based multitasking: review of the role of digital activities and connectivity pp. 429-456 Downloads
Jacek Pawlak
Resilience in railway transport systems: a literature review and research agenda pp. 457-478 Downloads
Nikola Bešinović
Determinants of airport retail revenue: a review of literature pp. 479-505 Downloads
Yimeng Chen, Cheng-Lung Wu, Tay T.R. Koo and Ian Douglas
Air transport and economic growth: a review of the impact mechanism and causal relationships pp. 506-528 Downloads
Fangni Zhang and Daniel J. Graham
Recent developments in traffic flow modeling using macroscopic fundamental diagram pp. 529-550 Downloads
Lele Zhang, Zhongqi Yuan, Li Yang and Zhiyuan Liu

Volume 40, issue 3, 2020

Electric cars – they may in time increase car use without effective road pricing reform and risk lifecycle carbon emission increases pp. 265-266 Downloads
David A. Hensher
The role of residential self-selection in land use-travel research: a review of recent findings pp. 267-287 Downloads
Xiaodong Guan, Donggen Wang and Xinyu Jason Cao
Machine learning applications in activity-travel behaviour research: a review pp. 288-311 Downloads
Anil NP Koushik, M. Manoj and N. Nezamuddin
A literature review of mobility services: definitions, modelling state-of-the-art, and key considerations for a conceptual modelling framework pp. 312-332 Downloads
Francisco Calderón and Eric J. Miller
Dockless bike-sharing systems: what are the implications? pp. 333-353 Downloads
Zheyan Chen, Dea van Lierop and Dick Ettema
Transport and equity in Latin America: a critical review of socially oriented accessibility assessments pp. 354-381 Downloads
Giovanni Vecchio, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken and Ricardo Hurtubia
Modal shift from road haulage to short sea shipping: a systematic literature review and research directions pp. 382-406 Downloads
Zeeshan Raza, Martin Svanberg and Bart Wiegmans

Volume 40, issue 2, 2020

Special issue on walking pp. 131-134 Downloads
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris
Persistence of walking in Chile: lessons for urban sustainability pp. 135-159 Downloads
Marie Geraldine Herrmann-Lunecke, Rodrigo Mora and Lake Sagaris
Exploring the distances people walk to access public transport pp. 160-182 Downloads
Dennis van Soest, Miles R. Tight and Christopher D. F. Rogers
Urban walkability considering pedestrians’ perceptions of the built environment: a 10-year review and a case study in a medium-sized city in Latin America pp. 183-203 Downloads
Julian Arellana, María Saltarín, Ana Margarita Larrañaga, Vilma Alvarez and César Augusto Henao
Assessing urban sidewalk networks based on three constructs: a synthesis of pedestrian level of service literature pp. 204-240 Downloads
Dipanjan Nag, Arkopal Kishore Goswami, Ankit Gupta and Joy Sen
Transport network criticality metrics: a comparative analysis and a guideline for selection pp. 241-264 Downloads
Bramka Arga Jafino, Jan Kwakkel and Alexander Verbraeck

Volume 40, issue 1, 2020

Transport Reviews at 40 pp. 1-4 Downloads
David Banister
Commuting and wellbeing: a critical overview of the literature with implications for policy and future research pp. 5-34 Downloads
Kiron Chatterjee, Samuel Chng, Ben Clark, Adrian Davis, Jonas De Vos, Dick Ettema, Susan Handy, Adam Martin and Louise Reardon
A systematic review of route optimisation and pre-emption methods for emergency vehicles pp. 35-53 Downloads
Subash Humagain, Roopak Sinha, Edmund Lai and Prakash Ranjitkar
Parking management for promoting sustainable transport in urban neighbourhoods. A review of existing policies and challenges from a German perspective pp. 54-75 Downloads
Franziska Kirschner and Martin Lanzendorf
The “Ubernomics” of ridesourcing: the myths and the reality pp. 76-94 Downloads
Kenneth Button
Corporate ownership of automated vehicles: discussing potential negative externalities pp. 95-113 Downloads
Avigail Ferdman
Maritime mobilities pp. 114-115 Downloads
Nicolas Paquet
Modeling of transport demand – analyzing, calculating, and forecasting transport demand pp. 115-117 Downloads
Tom van Vuren
Mobility justice: the politics of movement in an age of extremes pp. 117-120 Downloads
Miloš N. Mladenović
Uniformity of transport law through international regimes pp. 120-121 Downloads
Marc Fialkoff
Copenhagenize: the definitive guide to global bicycle urbanism pp. 121-123 Downloads
Meredith Glaser and Kevin J. Krizek
The end of driving: transportation systems and public policy planning for autonomous vehicles pp. 124-125 Downloads
William Riggs
Transforming urban transport pp. 125-127 Downloads
Elliott Sclar
Moshe Givoni pp. 128-129 Downloads
David Banister

Volume 39, issue 6, 2019

Transport challenges in rapidly growing cities: is there a magic bullet? pp. 701-705 Downloads
Andrew R. Goetz
Roadmap for free-floating bikeshare research and practice in North America pp. 706-732 Downloads
Jana A. Hirsch, Joshua Stratton-Rayner, Meghan Winters, John Stehlin, Kate Hosford and Stephen J. Mooney
Transit-oriented development and gentrification: a systematic review pp. 733-754 Downloads
Miguel Padeiro, Ana Louro and Nuno Marques da Costa
How big data enriches maritime research – a critical review of Automatic Identification System (AIS) data applications pp. 755-773 Downloads
Dong Yang, Lingxiao Wu, Shuaian Wang, Haiying Jia and Kevin X. Li
Tales on the dark side of the transport infrastructure provision: a systematic literature review of the determinants of cost overruns pp. 774-794 Downloads
Marina Cavalieri, Rossana Cristaudo and Calogero Guccio
Big data in public transportation: a review of sources and methods pp. 795-818 Downloads
Timothy F. Welch and Alyas Widita
Transport planning and traffic safety: making cities, roads, and vehicles safer pp. 819-820 Downloads
Ubaid Illahi
Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas of US Transit pp. 820-822 Downloads
Steven Polzin
Air transport liberalization: a critical assessment pp. 822-824 Downloads
Hans-Martin Niemeier
Taken for a ride – grounding neoliberalism, precarious labour, and public transport in an African metropolis pp. 824-826 Downloads
Sergio Oliete Josa
Parking and the city pp. 826-827 Downloads
Susan Shaheen

Volume 39, issue 5, 2019

The climate crisis and transport pp. 565-568 Downloads
David Banister
Firm-specific and location-specific drivers of business location and relocation decisions pp. 569-588 Downloads
Camila Balbontin and David A. Hensher
A new theoretical framework for integration in freight transport chains pp. 589-610 Downloads
Vasco Reis
A serving innovation typology: mapping port-related innovations pp. 611-629 Downloads
Thierry Vanelslander, Christa Sys, Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Claudio Ferrari, Athena Roumboutsos, Michele Acciaro, Rosario Macário and Genevieve Giuliano
Bicycle parking: a systematic review of scientific literature on parking behaviour, parking preferences, and their influence on cycling and travel behaviour pp. 630-656 Downloads
Eva Heinen and Ralph Buehler
Mapping minibuses in Maputo and Nairobi: engaging paratransit in transportation planning in African cities pp. 657-676 Downloads
Jacqueline M. Klopp and Clemence Cavoli
Leveraging socio-ecological resilience theory to build climate resilience in transport infrastructure pp. 677-699 Downloads
Samantha Hayes, Cheryl Desha, Matthew Burke, Mark Gibbs and Mikhail Chester

Volume 39, issue 4, 2019

Is research becoming a game with 4 players and 22 referees? pp. 423-426 Downloads
Johan Woxenius
Shared ride services in North America: definitions, impacts, and the future of pooling pp. 427-442 Downloads
Susan Shaheen and Adam Cohen
Long-run studies of daily travel: methodological review and convergence of distance traveled per capita across cities pp. 443-462 Downloads
Ryosuke Abe and Hironori Kato
Fuel price changes and their impacts on urban transport – a literature review using bibliometric and content analysis techniques, 1972–2017 pp. 463-484 Downloads
Abraham Leung, Matthew Burke, Jianqiang Cui and Anthony Perl
Citizen observatory for mobility: a conceptual framework pp. 485-510 Downloads
Imre Keseru, Nils Wuytens and Cathy Macharis
Urban public transport systems from new institutional economics perspective: a literature review pp. 511-530 Downloads
Fatih Canitez
Towards improved port capacity investment decisions under uncertainty: a real options approach pp. 531-552 Downloads
Matteo Balliauw, Hilde Meersman, Eddy Van de Voorde and Thierry Vanelslander
Three revolutions: steering automated, shared, and electric vehicles to a better future pp. 553-555 Downloads
Devajyoti Deka
Freight transport and distribution: concepts and optimisation models pp. 555-556 Downloads
Kathleen L. Hancock
Paratransit in African cities: operations, regulation, and reform pp. 556-558 Downloads
Benjamin Welle
Public transportation quality of service: factors, models, and applications pp. 558-560 Downloads
Sajad Askari and Farideddin Peiravian
The infrastructure we ride on. Decision making in transportation investment pp. 560-562 Downloads
Hugo Priemus
The psychology of the car: automobile admiration, attachment and addiction pp. 562-563 Downloads
Alexa Delbosc
The Oxford handbook of megaproject management pp. 563-564 Downloads
Karen Trapenberg Frick

Volume 39, issue 3, 2019

Transport for all pp. 289-292 Downloads
David Banister
The value and challenges of using meta-analysis in transportation economics pp. 293-308 Downloads
Kenneth Button
Review of asset management for metro systems: challenges and opportunities pp. 309-326 Downloads
Alireza Mohammadi, Luis Amador-Jimenez and Fuzhan Nasiri
A literature review of the passenger benefits of real-time transit information pp. 327-356 Downloads
Candace Brakewood and Kari Watkins
Should values of time be differentiated? pp. 357-375 Downloads
Maria Börjesson and Jonas Eliasson
Why do people fare evade? A global shift in fare evasion research pp. 376-391 Downloads
Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie
Educating parents to support children’s road safety: a review of the literature pp. 392-406 Downloads
Sarah E. O’Toole and Nicola Christie
The Routledge International handbook of walking pp. 407-408 Downloads
Carlos J. L. Balsas
Faster, smarter, greener: the future of the car and urban mobility pp. 409-410 Downloads
Xiaoxia Dong
Streetfight: handbook for an urban revolution pp. 410-412 Downloads
Rebecca Sanders
Driverless cars: on a road to nowhere pp. 412-414 Downloads
Eric Bruun
The cycling city: bicycles and urban America in the 1890s pp. 415-416 Downloads
Nicholas J. Klein
Walking: connecting sustainable transport with health pp. 416-418 Downloads
Robert J. Schneider
Beyond mobility: planning cities for people and places pp. 418-419 Downloads
David Banister
Restructuring public transport through bus rapid transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective pp. 420-421 Downloads
Matan E. Singer

Volume 39, issue 2, 2019

Risk and choice on roads and in their use pp. 175-180 Downloads
Richard Allsop
Active transport in Africa and beyond: towards a strategic framework pp. 181-203 Downloads
Becky P. Y. Loo and Alhassan Siiba
LUTI operational models review based on the proposition of an ALUTI conceptual model pp. 204-225 Downloads
André Soares Lopes, Carlos Felipe Grangeiro Loureiro and Bert Van Wee
The implications of the sharing economy for transport pp. 226-242 Downloads
Craig Standing, Susan Standing and Sharon Biermann
Factors determining distribution structure decisions in logistics: a literature review and research agenda pp. 243-260 Downloads
Alexander T. C. Onstein, Lóránt A. Tavasszy and Dick A. van Damme
A meta-analysis and synthesis of public transport customer amenity valuation research pp. 261-283 Downloads
Chris De Gruyter, Graham Currie, Long T. Truong and Farhana Naznin
Bike boom: the unexpected resurgence of cycling pp. 284-285 Downloads
John Parkin
Costs of Sprawl pp. 285-287 Downloads
Jeffrey R. Kenworthy

Volume 39, issue 1, 2019

Long-term implications of automated vehicles: an introduction pp. 1-8 Downloads
Dimitris Milakis
Autonomous vehicles: scientometric and bibliometric review pp. 9-28 Downloads
Rodrigo Marçal Gandia, Fabio Antonialli, Bruna Habib Cavazza, Arthur Miranda Neto, Danilo Alves de Lima, Joel Yutaka Sugano, Isabelle Nicolai and Andre Luiz Zambalde
Impacts of automated vehicles on travel behaviour and land use: an international review of modelling studies pp. 29-49 Downloads
Aggelos Soteropoulos, Martin Berger and Francesco Ciari
Discussing the “positive utilities” of autonomous vehicles: will travellers really use their time productively? pp. 50-65 Downloads
Patrick A. Singleton
Integrated models of land use and transportation for the autonomous vehicle revolution pp. 66-83 Downloads
Jason Hawkins and Khandker Nurul Habib
Planning the driverless city pp. 84-102 Downloads
Crystal Legacy, David Ashmore, Jan Scheurer, John Stone and Carey Curtis
Governing autonomous vehicles: emerging responses for safety, liability, privacy, cybersecurity, and industry risks pp. 103-128 Downloads
Araz Taeihagh and Hazel Si Min Lim
Automated vehicles: exploring possible consequences of government (non)intervention for congestion and accessibility pp. 129-151 Downloads
Tom Cohen and Clémence Cavoli
Autonomous technologies in short sea shipping: trends, feasibility and implications pp. 152-173 Downloads
Hadi Ghaderi
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