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Journal of Public Transportation is an international journal containing original research and case studies associated with various forms of public transportation and related transportation and policy issues. Topics are approached from a variety of academic disciplines, including economics, engineering, planning, and others, and include policy, methodological, technological, and financial aspects. Emphasis is placed on the identification of innovative solutions to transportation problems.
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Current Issue: Volume 20, Number 2 (2017)
Cover and Front Matter
The S-Curve of Technological Adoption: Mobile Communication Devices on Commuter Trains in the Chicago Region, 2010–2015
Joseph P. Schwieterman and Lauren A. Fischer
Effects of a Public Real-Time Multi-Modal Transportation Information Display on Travel Behavior and Attitudes
Yanbo Ge, Parastoo Jabbari, Don MacKenzie, and Jiarui Tao
A Fuzzy AHP Approach to Compare Transit System Performance in US Urbanized Areas
Xin Li, Yingling Fan, John W. Shaw, and Yunlei Qi
Recommendation of a New Transit Performance Measure in the National Transit Database
Fatemeh Baratian-Ghorghi and Hossein Ahmadianyazdi
Assessment Methods from Around the World Potentially Useful for Public Transport Projects
Eric Bruun and Marianne Vanderschuren
The Role of Specificity and Apologies in Excuse Messages Following Train Delay
Emiel Cracco, Nicolas Dirix, and Christopher P. Reinders Folmer
Impacts of New Light Rail Transit Service on Riders' Residential Relocation Decisions
You-Lian Chu, Yi Deng, and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu