• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 97th Annual Meeting

      January 7–11, 2018

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2018

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Poster Session 727

Bus Transit Research and Practices, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 726)

Tuesday 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM
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Poster | Practice Ready Paper
Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Bus Transit Systems (AP050)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Bus Bunching and Dispersion Under the Influence of Demand Variability
Gamal Eldeeb, University of British Columbia
Ahmed Idris, University of British Columbia
Lael Parrott, University of British Columbia
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18-03628
Reliability-Oriented Transit Signal Priority System
Wenxin Qiao, Beijing Jiaotong University
Ding Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University
Jia Hu, Tongji University
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18-03755
A Network-Based Approach to Determining Optimal Operational Strategies for a Bus Transit Line
Chunyan Tang, Dalian University of Technology
Avishai Ceder, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Tao Liu
Ying-En Ge, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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18-03994
Model of a Semiflexible Transit Routing System Based on the Willingness to Pay
Peiqun Lin, South China University of Technology
Mingyang Pei, South China University of Technology
Ronghui Liu
Yingying Ma, South China University of Technology
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18-04015
A Data-Driven Approach to Prioritizing Bus Schedule Revisions at New York City Transit
Lauren Tarte, MTA New York City Transit
Malik Coleman, MTA New York City Transit
Steve Chau, MTA New York City Transit
Brian Levine, MTA New York City Transit
Alla Reddy, MTA New York City Transit
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18-04069
A New Approach to Precisely Evaluate the Operation of Bus Lanes
Yaning Xue, No Organization
Chen Qian
Zhengyu Duan, Tongji University
Dongyuan Yang
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18-04351
Study on Impacts of the Bus Bay on Traffic Flow
Xiaojian Hu, Southeast University
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18-04452
Why Are South African Cities Different? Comparing Johannesburg Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit System with Its Latin American Siblings
Harvey Scorcia, Development Bank for Latin America (CAF)
Ramon Munoz-Raskin, The World Bank
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18-04710**
Elimination of Weaving Bottleneck at Curbside Bus Stops with Dynamic Speed Guidance
Wenqing Chen, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Jie Yu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Jing Zhao, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
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18-04751
Evaluation of Bus Rapid Transit Attributes in a Developing Country Related to Passenger Mobility and Operational Performance
Bilal Malik, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
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18-04800
Modeling Bus Bunching Using Cellular Automata
Fatemeh Enayatollahi, University of Tehran
Ahmed Idris, University of British Columbia
Amiri Atashgah, University of Tehran
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18-05113
Guidance for Identifying Corridor Conditions That Warrant Deploying Transit Signal Priority
MD Sultan Ali, Florida Atlantic University
Luis Zerpa
Evangelos Kaisar, Florida Atlantic University
Kyle Masters, Florida Department of Transportation
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18-05194
Dynamic Modeling and Optimization of Bus Bridging System During Metro Disruption
Hua Hu
Yunfeng Gao
Jie Yu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Xiao-bing Ding, Shanghai University
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18-05530
Bayesian Inference of Passenger Boarding Strategies at Express Stops with Real-Time Bus Arrival Information
Neema Nassir, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
John Attanucci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Frederick Salvucci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Nigel Wilson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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18-05616
Incorporating the Impact of Spatiotemporal Interactions on Bus Ridership
Moshiur Rahman, University of Central Florida
Shamsunnahar Yasmin, University of Central Florida
Ahmadreza Faghih-Imani, University of Toronto
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
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18-05724
Provision of Bus Real-Time Information: Making Passengers from the Contributor of Headway Irregularity to the Controller
Pengfei Wang, Southeast University
Xuewu Chen
Wendong Chen, Southeast University
Lele Yu, Southeast University
Da Lei, Southeast University
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18-06043
Identification of Control Group Sites with Spatial Clustering in Bus Rapid Transit Infrastructure Projects
Svitlana Pyrohova, University of Queensland
Mark Hickman, University of Queensland
Kelly Bertolaccini, University of Queensland
Gavin Turrell, Catholic University, Australia
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18-06143**
A Comprehensive Approach to Transfer Synchronization in Public Transit
Zhongyun Wu
Kun An, Monash University
Wei Wang, Southeast University
Graham Currie, Monash University
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18-06159**
Characteristics of Bus Transit Vehicles in the United States: A 30-Year National Trend Analysis
Li Tang, Florida International University
Albert Gan, Florida International University
Fabian Cevallos, Florida International University
Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University
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18-06344
Accessibility Impacts of Bus Access to Managed Lanes
Kristin Carlson, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Andrew Owen, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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18-06521
Evaluation and Setting Condition of Bus Lane Based on Accessibility: A Case Study of Shanghai, China
Yi Jing, Tongji University
Hangfei Lin, Tongji University
Haipeng Cui, Tongji University
P18-21161