|Editor-in-Chief:||Robert L. Bertini, Oregon State University, USA|
|Associate Editors:||Candace Brakewood, University of Tennessee, USA|
|Oded Cats, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands|
|Ehab Diab, University of Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Alex Karner, University of Texas at Austin, USA|
|Marcela Munizaga, Universidad de Chile, Chile|
|Hilary Nixon, San Jose State University, USA|
|Sean Qian, Carnegie Mellon University, USA||Kari E. Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA|
|Alejandro Tirachini, Universidad de Chile, Chile|
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.
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NEW COVID-19 ISSUE IN PROGRESS: Volume 22, issue 2 - COVID, Special Edition
Current Issue: Volume 23, Number 2 (2021)
Understanding Transantiago Users’ Motivations for Paying or Evading Payment of Bus Fares
Carolina Busco, Felipe González, Yamil Jaqueih, Felipe Jiménez, and Borja Alonso
Using Fuzzy Clustering of User Perception to Determine the Number of Level-of-Service Categories for Bus Rapid Transit
Yueying Huo, Jinhua Zhao, Xiaojuan Li, and Chen Guo
Driver Perceptions on Taxi-sharing and Dynamic Pricing in Taxi Services: Evidence from Athens, Greece.
Christina Milioti, Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, Konstantinos Kouretas, and Eleni Vlahogianni
Cross-Checking Automated Passenger Counts for Ridership Analysis
Simon Berrebi, Sanskruti Joshi, and Kari Watkins