• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

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2019

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Poster Session 396

Cutting-Edge Bikeshare Research

Monday 1:30 PM- 3:15 PM
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Poster | Practice Ready Paper
Gregory Krykewycz, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, presiding
Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Bikeshare as a Feeder Mode to Metro: Where, When, Who, and Why?
Chenyu Yi, Southeast University
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
Yanjie Ji, Southeast University
Yang Xu, Ludong University
Yang Liu, Southeast University
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18-04940
A Longitudinal Study of Bike Infrastructure Impact on Bikeshare System Performance
Jia Xu, New York University
Joseph Chow, New York University
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18-01495
Spatial Modeling of Bikeshare Trip Generation in the Twin Cities
Jueyu Wang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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18-06282
How Spatiotemporal Patterns of Biking Behavior Vary Among Different Groups of Bikeshare Users: The Perspectives on Gender, Age, Smart Card Type, and Place of Birth
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
Mingyuan Yang, Southeast University
Yanjie Ji, Southeast University
Yuchuan Jin, Southeast University
Xu Tan, Southeast University
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18-03575
Linking Bikeshare Trips to Light Rail Use in the Minneapolis–St. Paul Region
Eric Barber, University of Washington
Cole Kopca
Rochelle Starrett, University of Washington
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18-04711
Multilevel Urban Form and Bikesharing: Insights from Five Bikeshare Programs Across the United States
Arefeh Nasri, University of Maryland, College Park
Hannah Younes, University of Maryland, College Park
Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park
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18-04606
Quantifying the Effect of Various Features on the Modeling of Bike Counts in a Bikesharing System
Huthaifa Ashqar, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Mohammed Elhenawy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Ahmed Ghanem, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Mohammed Almannaa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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18-00282**
Do New Bikeshare Stations Increase Member Use? A Quasi-Experimental Study
Jueyu Wang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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18-06030
Pioneering a State of Good Bikeshare Repair: Defining Asset Management Processes for the District's Capital Bikeshare System
Benito Perez, District Department of Transportation
Kimberly Lucas
Carlos Jones, District Department of Human Resources
Matthew Weber, District Department of Energy and Environment
Brahim Sidi M'hamed, District Department of Transportation
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18-03531**
Static Repositioning in Bikesharing Systems with Broken Bikes
Yue Wang, University of Hong Kong
Wai Yuen Szeto, University of Hong Kong
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18-01834
A Planning Assessment of Bikesharing Systems: Top-Down or Bottom-Up Demand Practices?
Alec Biehl, Northwestern University
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University
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18-05503
The Impact of Weather Condition and Built Environment on Public Bikesharing Trips in Beijing
Jiancheng Weng
Pengfei Lin, Beijing University of Technology
Quan Liang, Beijing University of Technology
Dimitrios Alivanistos, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Siyong Ma, Beijing University of Technology
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18-04028
Effectiveness of Small-Scale Bikesharing Systems According to the Analysis of Turnover Station Ratios
Pilar Jiménez, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
Maria Nogal, Trinity College, Dublin
Brian Caulfield, Trinity College, Dublin
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18-00480
Predicting Bike Availability in Bikesharing Systems Using Dynamic Linear Models
Mohammed Almannaa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Mohammed Elhenawy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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18-01384
Forecasting the Travel Demand of the Station-Free Sharing Bike Using a Deep Learning Approach
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
Junyi Ji, Southeast University
Pan Liu, Southeast University
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18-06476
Characterizing Temporal Variations of Public Bike Riding: A Case Study of Ningbo, China
Chenxi Lu, Ningbo University of Technology
Jing Bie, University of Nottingham
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18-01021
A Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Baltimore Bikeshare Ridership
Amirreza Nickkar, Morgan State University
Celeste Chavis, Morgan State University
Handy Phyall, Morgan State University
Philip Barnes, University of Delaware
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18-06668
A GIS Performance Measure-Based Methodology for Prioritizing Bikeshare System Expansion
Nicholas Jehn, Auburn University
Md Atiquzzaman, Auburn University
Jeffrey LaMondia, Auburn University
Rod Turochy, Auburn University
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18-00834**