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Transit Value Capture Coordination: Case Studies, Best Practices, and Recommendations

This study is based on the hypothesis that coordination between transit capital planners, municipal taxation authorities, and private developers and stakeholders can be a benefit to transit capital projects that choose to use value capture as a funding mechanism. Value capture is the means by which the

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Innovative Approach to Estimating Demand for Intercity Bus Services in a Rural Environment

Because existing models have their limitations, there is a significant need for a model to estimate demand for intercity bus services, especially in rural areas. The general objective of this research was to develop an intercity mode choice model that can be incorporated into a statewide travel demand model

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Integrated Modeling of High Performance Passenger and Freight Train Planning on Shared-Use Corridors in the US

This paper studies strategic level train planning for high performance passenger and freight train operations on shared-use corridors in the US. We develop a hypergraph-based, two-level approach to sequentially minimize passenger and freight costs while scheduling train services. Passenger schedule delay and freight lost demand are explicitly

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Mode Choice Modeling Using Personalized Travel Time and Cost Data

 Microsimulation based frameworks have become very popular in many research areas including travel demand modeling where activity-based models have been in the center of attention for the past decade. Advanced activity-based models synthesize the entire population of the study region and simulate their activities in a way

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Metropolitan Chicago Accessibility Mapping Project

Accessibility refers to the ease with which one can reach opportunities. It combines measures of mobility and land use and allows us to see what people can get to rather than how far or with what speed they can travel. Though accessibility and mobility are related ideas,

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