Journal of Public Transportation – Vol. 9 No. 5 (2006)

Journal of Public TransportationVolume 9, No 5, 2006  of the Journal of Public Transportation is now available.   Click on the links below for the full text version of the article or obtain a full text version of this issue. 

Modeling Bus Priority Using Intermodal Dynamic Network Assignment-Simulation Methodology
Khaled F. Abdelghany, Southern Methodist University, Ahmed F. Abdelghany, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Hani S. Mahmassani, University of Maryland, Akmal S. Abdelfatah, American University of Sharjah

Slugging in Houston—Casual Carpool Passenger Characteristics
Mark W. Burris, Texas A&M University, Justin R. Winn, Wilbur Smith Associates

Office Development, Rail Transit, and Commuting Choices
Robert Cervero, University of California, Berkeley

Predicting the Impact of Demand- and Supply-Side Measures on Bus Ridership in Putrajaya, Malaysia
Nor Ghani Md. Nor and Abd Rahim Md. Nor, National University of Malaysia, Ahmad Zainuddin Abdullah, University Putra Malaysia

Smart Bicycles in an Urban Area: Evaluation of a Pilot Scheme in London
Robert B. Noland and Muhammad M. Ishaque, Imperial College, London

Development, Evaluation, and Selection of Advanced Transit Signal Priority Concept Directions
Amer Shalaby and Jinwoo Lee, University of Toronto, John Greenough and Stanley Hung, LEA Consulting Ltd., Michael D. Bowie, Fortran Traffic Systems

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