|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.
- Accepted Manuscripts: To expedite the dissemination of our authors’ work, we are now posting accepted manuscripts! An accepted manuscript is the version of an article that has been accepted for publication that includes changes suggested during submission and peer review. It still requires publisher contributions such as copyediting, formatting, technical enhancements, and pagination. Once those modifications are complete, the final published article will replace the accepted manuscript version.
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NEW COVID-19 ISSUE IN PROGRESS: Volume 22, issue 2 - COVID, Special Edition
Current Issue: Volume 23, Number 1 (2021)
Factors Influencing Fixed-Route Transit Decision-Making: Exploring Differences by Disability and Community Type
Jordana L. Maisel, Molly E. Ranahan, and Jimin Choi
Modeling bus bunching and anti-bunching control accounting for signal control and passenger swapping behavior
Qi Xin, Rui Fu, Shaowei Yu, Satish V. Ukkusuri, and Rui Jiang
Increasing Boarding Lost Time at Regular Bus Stops during Rainy Conditions: A Case Study
Margarita Novales, Alfonso Orro, José-Benito Pérez-López, Jorge Feal, and Miguel R. Bugarín
User Acceptance of Autonomous Public Transport Systems (APTS): Extended UTAUT2 Model
Huseyin Korkmaz, Akif Fidanoglu, Salih Ozcelik, and Abdullah Okumus