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Ownership and control in the bus industry: the case of Hungary.

Journal Article
Nelson, J. D., Saleh, W., & Prileszky, I. (1997)
Ownership and control in the bus industry: the case of Hungary. Journal of Transport Geography, 5(2), 137-146. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0966-6923%2897%2984102-6
In Hungary, the impending expiry of existing operating licences for both urban and interurban bus services is leading to considerable pressure for change in the current system...

Modelling vehicle emissions using the TEMIS program: part 2 case studies.

Journal Article
Saleh, W., & Nelson, J. D. (1998)
Modelling vehicle emissions using the TEMIS program: part 2 case studies. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy, 212(3), 205-212
Many challenges are associated with the ever increasing level of energy consumption and the damage to the environment caused by the pollutants from all sectors. On the local l...

Motorcycle vehicle emissions - effect of driving cycle in urban and rural context

Book
Kumar, R., & Saleh, W. (2010)
Motorcycle vehicle emissions - effect of driving cycle in urban and rural context
Climate change and global warming is challenging task ahead. This text book covers the fundamentals of estimating emission factor with special emphasis on motorcycle exhaust e...

Variable message signs: are they effective TDM measures?

Book Chapter
Saleh, W., Walker, C., & Pai, C. W. (2009)
Variable message signs: are they effective TDM measures?. In Travel Demand Management and Road User Pricing: Success, Failure and Feasibility, (135-150). Ashgate Publishing
This chapter investigates impacts of Variable Message Signs (VMS) on accidents rates and severities on Scottish trunk roads. A before and after analysis of accidents at 14 se...

Success and failure of travel demand management: Is congestion charging the way forward?

Journal Article
Saleh, W. (2007)
Success and failure of travel demand management: Is congestion charging the way forward?. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 41(7), 611-614. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2006.09.014
Success and failure of travel demand management: Is congestion charging the way forward?

Exploring Motorcyclist Injury Severity Resulting from Various Crash Configurations at T-Junctions in the United Kingdom—An Application of the Ordered Probit Models

Journal Article
Pai, C., & Saleh, W. (2007)
Exploring Motorcyclist Injury Severity Resulting from Various Crash Configurations at T-Junctions in the United Kingdom—An Application of the Ordered Probit Models. Traffic Injury Prevention, 8(1), 62-68. https://doi.org/10.1080/15389580600991376
Objectives . The fact that motorcycle users tend to be more vulnerable to injuries than those using other motorized vehicles may act synergistically with the complexity of con...

Investigating boundary effects of congestion charging in a single bottleneck scenario

Journal Article
Ge, Y., Stewart, K., Liu, Y., Tang, C., & Liu, B. (2015)
Investigating boundary effects of congestion charging in a single bottleneck scenario. Transport, 1-15
This paper investigates the impact of realistic congestion charging regimes where undesired boundary effects of imposing charges may occur and may be both temporal and spatial...

Considerations about the Analysis of ITS Data of Bicycle Sharing Systems.

Journal Article
Bordagaray, M., Fonzone, A., dell’Olio, L., & Ibeas, A. (2014)
Considerations about the Analysis of ITS Data of Bicycle Sharing Systems. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, 162, 340-349. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.12.215
Handling and managing data automatically collected by Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is a major opportunity and challenge for transport professionals nowadays. This study...

Bike share usage characterization-initial results from a cluster analysis of London santander cycles scheme data

Conference Proceeding
Martin Moral, E., & Fonzone, A. (2017)
Bike share usage characterization-initial results from a cluster analysis of London santander cycles scheme data
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Quantifying the impacts of horizontal and vertical equity in transit route planning.

Journal Article
Camporeale, R., Caggiani, L., Fonzone, A., & Ottomanelli, M. (2017)
Quantifying the impacts of horizontal and vertical equity in transit route planning. Transportation Planning and Technology, 40(1), 28-44. https://doi.org/10.1080/03081060.2016.1238569
Equity refers to a fair sharing of costs or resources. Horizontal equity concerns distribution among individuals or groups with the same necessities, whereas vertical equity s...
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