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Calculating errors for measures derived from choice modelling estimates
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CALCULATION OF SENSITIVITY COEFFICIENTS USING CMAQ-DDM FOR INDIVIDUAL AIRPORT EMISSIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
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Calculation of the minimum-fuel driving control based on Pontryagin’s maximum principle
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Calibration an​d Development of Safety Performance Functions for Rural Highway Facilities in Idaho
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Calibration of a microscopic simulation model for emission calculation
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CALIBRATION OF MICROSCOPIC TRAFFIC FLOW MODELS CONSIDERING ALL PARAMETERS SIMULTANEOUSLY
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Calibration of traffic flow models using a memetic algorithm
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California beyond SB 375: Evaluating the Impact of Proposed Land-Use an​d Transportation Plans on Future Regional an​d Interregional Travel Patterns Using the California Statewide Travel Model
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Call for Papers: Shipping, Port an​d Maritime Logistics
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Camera calibration an​d vehicle tracking: Highway traffic video analytics
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CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT PLANNING: STRATEGIES TO INCREASE THE VIABILITY OF UTILITARIAN CYCLING AT TRENT UNIVERSITY
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CAPACITATED SCHEDULE-BASED TRANSIT ASSIGNMENT USING A CAPACITY PENALTY COST
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Capacity cost structure, welfare an​d cost recovery: Are transport infrastructures with high fixed costs a handicap?
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Capacity drops at merges: An endogenous model
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Capacity Reallocation Projects an​d Merchant Opinion
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CAPACITY-RELATED DRIVER BEHAVIOR ON MODERN ROUNDABOUTS BUILT ON HIGH-SPEED ROADS
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Capturing correlation with subnetworks in route choice models
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Capturing the impact of fuel price on jet aircraft operating costs with Leontief technology an​d econometric models
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Car following theory with lateral discomfort
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car sharing
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Car-following behavior with instantaneous driver–vehicle reaction delay: A neural-network-based methodology
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CARGO FLOW DYNAMICS INFLUENCED BY THE EXPANSION OF THE PANAMA CANAL
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Cargo routing an​d empty container repositioning in multiple shipping service routes
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Car-pooling System Stuttgart
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CASE STUDY BICYCLE PROJECT IN CHOCKWE mozambique
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CASE STUDY OF THE REAL WORLD INTEGRATION OF FUEL CELL PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND THEIR EFFECT ON HYDROGEN REFUELING LOCATIONS IN THE PUGET SOUND REGION
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Case Study of UC Irvine Transportation Behavior an​d Analysis
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Catalysts an​d Magnets: Built Environment E↵ects on Bicycle Commuting
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Categorizing bicycling environments using GPS-based public bicycle speed data
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Cellpath: Fusion of cellular an​d traffic sensor data for route flow estimation via convex optimization
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Central London Congestion Charging
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Central London Rail Termini: Analysing passengers' onward travel patterns
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Changes in Attentional Focus During Suspenseful Film Viewing
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CHANGING BIKE MODE SHARE BETWEEN TIME PERIODS FOR SUFFOLK COUNTY, MA
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Characterising group-cycling journeys using interactive graphics
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CHARACTERISTICS AND ANALYSIS OF MAJOR U.S. AIR CARRIER ACCIDENTS BETWEEN 1991 AND 2010
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Characterization an​d prediction of air traffic delays
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Characterization of heavy duty engine fuel maps used for model based simulation tools
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Characterization of network traffic processes under adaptive traffic control systems
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Characterization of traffic oscillation propagation under nonlinear car-following laws
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Charging infrastructure planning for promoting battery electric vehicles: An activity-based approach using multiday travel data
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Child Pedestrian-Motor Vehicle Collisions an​d Walking to School in the City of Toronto:The Role of the Built Environment
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CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES AND SCHOOL TRAVEL: A TOUR BASED ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF CHILDREN'S OUT-OF-HOME ACTIVITIES ON THE CHOICE OF SCHOOL TRAVEL PATTERNS
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CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES AND SCHOOL TRAVEL:A TOUR BASED ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF CHILDREN'S OUT-OF-HOME ACTIVITIES ON THE CHOICE OF SCHOOL TRAVEL PATTERNS
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Children’s Attitudes Toward Transportation Modes:A Qualitative Interview Study in Davis, California
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CHILDREN’S TRAVEL BEHAVIOR IN JOURNEYS TO SCHOOL
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China in the Arctic, Concerns for Arctic Maritime Security an​d U.S. Homeland Security:A Single Case Study
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China's highway of information an​d communication technology
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Choice models based on mixed discrete/continuous PDFs
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Choices an​d Constraints: Gender Differences in Travel Behavior
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CITY LOGISTICS: PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR REAL-TIME FREIGHT MANAGEMENT
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Civil engineering formulas
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Civil Society Organizations an​d the Protection of Sub-­‐Saharan Africa’s Colonial Railways: The Case of Madagascar’s Fianarantsoa-­‐Côte Est Railway
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Classification of Automatic Radar Plotting Aid targets based on improved Fuzzy C-Means
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Climate Policy an​d Transport: History an​d Challenges & the Development of Transport NAMAs
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Climate-neutrality versus carbon-neutrality for aviation biofuel policy
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Climate-neutrality versus carbon-neutrality for aviation biofuel policy
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Clockwise hysteresis loops in the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram: An effect of network instability
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Closed form expressions for choice probabilities in the Weibull case
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Closing the loop in real-time railway control: Framework design an​d impacts on operations
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CO2 emissions: Are land-use changes enough for California to reduce VMT? Specification of a two-part model with instrumental variables
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Coarse tolling with heterogeneous preferences
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Co-design of traffic network topology an​d control measures
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Co-design of traffic network topology an​d control measures
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Collaboration an​d Learning:The Means to Sustainable Transportation in China
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Collaborative positioning an​d embedded multi-sensors fusion cooperation in advanced driver assistance system
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Collection, spillback, an​d dissipation in pedestrian evacuation: A network-based method
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Colors an​d Mapping: The Right to Receive Information
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COMBINED UTILIZATION OF OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE DATA AS DETERMINANTS OF AN OCULOMETRIC INDEX FOR THE NON-INVASIVE DETECTION AND PREDICTION OF OPERATOR FATIGUE AND DROWSINESS
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Combining multicriteria analysis an​d tabu search for dial-a-ride problems
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Commercial Vehicle Operations in Urban Areas:Identifying Policies to Reduce Negative Impacts
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Commuter exposure to black carbon, carbon monoxide, an​d noise in the mass transport khlong boats of Bangkok, Thailand
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Commuters’ preferences for fast an​d reliable travel: A semi-parametric estimation approach
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COMMUTING, NATIONAL BORDER EFFECTS, AND REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
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Comparative effects of eco-driving initiatives aimed at urban bus drivers – Results from a field trial
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COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF LINK TRAVEL TIME FROM DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES AND SOURCES
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Comparing aircraft noise pollution an​d cost-risk effects of inland an​d offshore airports: The case of Dalian International Airport, Dalian, China
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Comparing an​d presenting city-level transportation CO2 emissions using GIS
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Comparing Crash Trends an​d Severity in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region
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Comparing different sampling schemes for approximating the integrals involved in the efficient design of stated choice experiments
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Comparing INRIX speed data against concurrent loop detector stations over several months
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Comparing Layer Types for the Use of MEPDG for FDR Design
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Comparing rail fuel efficiency with truck an​d waterway
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Comparing smart scheme effects for congested highways
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Comparing the Impact of Default an​d Locally-Derived Base Saturation Flow Rates for Level of Service Analysis of Signalized Intersections
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Comparing the unit emissions of daily frequency an​d slow steaming strategies on trunk route deployment in international container shipping
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COMPARISON BETWEEN TRADITIONAL FOUR-STEP & ACTIVITY-BASED TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING - A CASE STUDY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA
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Comparison of Alternate Feedback Methods for the Four-Step Model
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COMPARISON OF BICYCLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN EL PASO AND PRAGUE
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Comparison of dynamic control strategies for transit operations
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Comparison of emerging ground propulsion systems for electrified aircraft taxi operations
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Comparison of Public Private Partnership with Traditional Delivery Methods in Highway Construction Industry
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Comparison of the Fatigue Characteristics of Recycled Asphalt Pavements
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Competing risk mixture model an​d text analysis for sequential incident duration prediction
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Competition an​d disruption in a dynamic urban supply chain
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Competition an​d efficiency of private toll roads
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Competition in complementary transport services
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Competition in multi-modal transport networks: A dynamic approach
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Competitive transit network design in cities with radial street patterns
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Complementarity formulations for the cell transmission model based dynamic user equilibrium with departure time choice, elastic demand an​d user heterogeneity
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Complementarity models for traffic equilibrium with ridesharing
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Complementary versus semi-complementary airline partnerships
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COMPLETE STREETS CODE FOR ROADWAY FACILITY IMPROVEMENT IN COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – A CONTEXT-SENSITIVE APPROACH
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COMPLETE STREETS DESIGN ELEMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON TRAVEL BEHAVIOR: LEARNING FROM THE BAGBY STREET RECONSTRUCTION IN HOUSTON, TX
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COMPLETE STREETS: A METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING THE TRADE-OFFS ASSOCIATED WITH STREET DESIGN WITH RESPECT TO DELAY AND EMISSIONS WITHIN THE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK
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COMPLETING THE STREET: REVITALIZING AN URBAN CORRIDOR USING A MULTIMODAL FRAMEWORK
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Compound Gamma representation for modeling travel time variability in a traffic network
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Comprehensive Examination:Global Aviation Airways an​d Airport Infrastructure
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COMPREHENSIVE METHOD FOR EVALUATING SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS TREATMENTS: LEFT TURN PROHIBITION AND PARTIAL GRADE SEPARATION
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Compromising system an​d user interests in shelter location an​d evacuation planning
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COMPUTATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODELING INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK PERFORMANCE AND VULNERABILITY
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Computational precision of traffic equilibria sensitivities in automatic network design an​d road pricing
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Computationally efficient model predictive control of freeway networks
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Computer-aided analysis an​d eva​luation on ramp spacing along urban expressways
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Concession Analysis for Highway Infrastructure Projects Financed as Public-private Partnerships
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CONDITION MONITORING OF TRUCK-DRIVERS IN THE EU AND THE USA
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Confidence interval estimation for path flow estimator
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Confidence intervals of willingness-to-pay for random coefficient logit models
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Congested hubs
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Congestion derivatives for a traffic bottleneck
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Congestion derivatives for a traffic bottleneck with heterogeneous commuters
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Congestion mechanism an​d demand adjustment strategies for double-cell system with bottlenecks
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Congestion pricing for multi-modal transportation systems
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Congestion pricing, slot sales an​d slot trading in aviation
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Congestion tolling in the bottleneck model with heterogeneous values of time
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Connected vehicle penetration rate for estimation of arterial measures of effectiveness
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Connecting Low-Income People to Opportunity with Shared Mobility
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CONNECTING MIDSTREAM: THE POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF OIL TRANSPORTATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST
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Considerations for model-based traffic control
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Considerations relating to the co-evolution of regulation an​d economic instruments
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Consistent formulation of network equilibrium with stochastic flows
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Consistent node arrival order in dynamic network loading models
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Constraint reformulation an​d a Lagrangian relaxation-based solution algorithm for a least expected time path problem
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Construction of experimental designs for mixed logit models allowing for correlation across choice observations
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construction the trans-israel highways Inevitability
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Consumer Perception an​d Anticipated Adoption of Autonomous Vehicle Technology:Results from Multi-Population Surveys
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Consumer preferences an​d willingness to pay for advanced vehicle technology options an​d fuel types
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Consumer preferences for alternative fuel vehicles: A discrete choice analysis
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CONSUMER VALUATION OF FUEL ECONOMY OVER TIME: 2003-2012
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Container vessel fleet deployment for liner shipping with stochastic dependencies in shipping demand
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Containership scheduling with transit-time-sensitive container shipment demand
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Continuous approximation for skip-stop operation in rail transit
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Continuous approximation models for mixed load school bus routing
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Continuous formulations an​d analytical properties of the link transmission model
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Continuous kinematic wave models of merging traffic flow
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Continuous price an​d flow dynamics of tradable mobility credits
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Continuous-time dynamic system optimum for single-destination traffic networks with queue spillbacks
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Continuous-time dynamic system optimum for single-destination traffic networks with queue spillbacks
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Continuous-time point-queue models in dynamic network loading
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Continuum approximation approach to bus network design under spatially heterogeneous demand
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Continuum modeling of park-and-ride services in a linear monocentric city with deterministic mode choice
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Continuum signalized junction model for dynamic traffic networks: Offset, spillback, an​d multiple signal phases
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Continuum theory for pedestrian traffic flow: Local route choice modelling an​d its implications
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CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS TO DRIVER FATIGUE BASED ON THE COMPLIANCE, SAFETY, ACCOUNTABILITY (CSA 2010) MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
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Contributions Of Individual, Physical, And Social Environmental Factors To Bicycling: A Structural Equations Modeling Study Of Six Small U.S. Cities
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CONTROL LOGIC FOR THE OPERATION OF RURAL VARIABLE SPEED LIMITS SUBJECT TO SEVERE WINTER CONDITIONS
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Control of a lane-drop bottleneck through variable speed limits
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Control of interacting machines in automated container terminals using a sequential planning approach for collision avoidance
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Controlled mechanical vibration applied to driver’s right heel to sustain alertness: Effects on cardiovascular behavior
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Controller design for gating traffic control in presence of time-delay in urban road networks
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Conventional Bicyclists an​d E-bike Users: Similarities an​d Differences from Two Qualitative Analyses
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Conventional, hybrid an​d electric vehicles for Australian driving conditions. Part 2: Life cycle CO2-e emissions
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Convergence of piecewise-linear envelope curves in transportation design
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COOPERATION, COMPETITION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY: CIVIL RIGHTS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN SOUTHERN NEVADA
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Cooperative traffic control of a mixed network with two urban regions an​d a freeway
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Coordinated cruise control for high-speed train movements based on a multi-agent model
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Coordinated online in-vehicle routing balancing user optimality an​d system optimality through information perturbation
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Coordinated transit signal priority supporting transit progression under Connected Vehicle Technology
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Cordon toll competition in a network of two cities: Formulation an​d sensitivity to traveller route an​d demand responses
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Corrigendum to “Evaluating effects of traffic an​d vehicle characteristics on vehicular emissions near traffic intersections” Transportation Research Part D 14 (2009) 180–196
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Corrigendum to “Methodology for safety improvement programming using constrained network-level optimization” Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 50 (2015) 106–116
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Corrigendum to: “Determinants of delays at European airports” Transportation Research Part B 44 (3) (2010) 392–403
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Cost Effective Quality Assurance Practices in Highway Construction
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Cost effectiveness of policies an​d options for decarbonising transport
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Cost overruns an​d demand shortfalls – Deception o​r selection?
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Cost scaling based successive approximation algorithm for the traffic assignment problem
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Cost-benefit analysis of transport investments in distorted economies
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Cost-Effectiveness of Driver Seat Alternatives for King County Metro Buses
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Costs an​d benefits of the European directive on road tolling interoperability
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Crane double cycling in container ports: Planning methods an​d eva​luation
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Crash frequency analysis of left-side merging an​d diverging areas on urban freeway segments – A case study of I-75 through downtown Dayton, Ohio
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CRIME IN TRANSIT ORIENTED DISTRICTS:LEARNING FROM DALLAS, TEXAS
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Criticality analysis of surface transportation infrastructures based on freight flow network optimization
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Criticism of three-phase traffic theory
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CRONBACH’S COEFFICIENT AS A PERFORMANCE MEASURE TO ASSESS LINK-LEVEL RELIABILITY
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Cross River Tram
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CROWDSOURCING FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED PLANNING PROJECTS:A CASE STUDY OF “INTERACTIVE SOMERVILLE”
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Cruise speed reduction for ground delay programs: A case study for San Francisco International Airport arrivals
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c-SPSA: Cluster-wise simultaneous perturbation stochastic approximation algorithm an​d its application to dynamic origin–destination matrix estimation
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CURBSIDE BUSES AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE INTERCITY BUS INDUSTRY
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CYBER THREATS WITHIN CIVIL AVIATION
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Cycle-by-cycle intersection queue length distribution estimation using sample travel times
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Cycling the City: Locating Cycling in the Continued (Re)Structuring of North American Cities
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Cyclist Injury Risk an​d Pollution Exposure at Urban Signalized Intersections
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