|Editor-in-Chief:||Robert L. Bertini, University of South Florida, USA|
|Associate Editors:||Ahmed El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada|
|Kari E. Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA|
The Journal of Public Transportation is an international peer-reviewed open access 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 engineering, planning, economics, geography, public policy, political science, and others, and include policy, methodological, technological, and financial aspects. Emphasis is placed on the identification of innovative solutions to complex public transportation problems.
We are excited about the future of the Journal of Public Transportation and are grateful to our many readers, reviewers, authors and editorial board members. We are currently reconstituting the Journal of Public Transportation editorial board and moving paper submission and review into an online portal. We will be launching several Special Issues in 2018 and will resume the acceptance of manuscripts by approximately December 31, 2018. THUS WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING UNSOLICITED MANUSCRIPTS (but will resume again soon!)
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Current Issue: Volume 21, Number 2 (2018)
Immigration, Income, and Public Transit Perceptions: Findings from an Intercept Survey
Jesus M. Barajas, Asha Weinstein Agrawal, and Daniel G. Chatman
Understanding Transit System Performance Using AVL-APC Data: An Analytics Platform with Case Studies for the Pittsburgh Region
Xidong Pi, Mark Egge, Jackson Whitmore, Amy Silbermann, and Zhen Sean Qian
Exploring Transit’s Contribution to Livability in Rural Communities: Case Studies of the North Dakota Cities of Valley City and Dickinson
Ranjit Godavarthy and Jeremy Mattson
How Transit Agencies Implement Best Practice Strategies in Complementary ADA Paratransit Eligibility
Molly E. Ranahan, Jordana Maisel, and James Allen Lenker