Starting with the first issue of 2022, the Journal of Public Transportation will be published by Elsevier, a leading publisher of transportation research. Click here to find the new Editorial Manager paper submission site.
The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida launched the journal in 1996. Since then, it has established itself as an important resource in its field. The journal has steadily built up a substantial community of readers, reviewers and authors. Submissions and published papers are at a healthy level. Its quality has been recognized by its inclusion as a Web of Science journal (with its associated Impact Factor) and it has a loyal following among practitioners as well as researchers.
When the journal began, its Open Access model was unusual, but it is now commonplace. Meanwhile, Elsevier has embraced Open Access and now has a growing family of other Open Access journals in transportation research. We therefore feel confident that this is the right moment to entrust the journal to Elsevier to enable it to grow, develop further, and serve its community even better.
Thank you to all our authors, reviewers, readers and editors.Robert L. Bertini
Editor in Chief, Journal of Public Transportation
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97330
Executive Director, Center for Urban Transportation Research
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33620
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