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Analyzing Transit Service Reliability using Detailed Data From Automatic Vehicular Locator Systems
The widespread adoption of automated vehicle location systems (AVL) and automatic passenger counters (APC) in the transit industry has opened new venues in operations and system mo...
A. M. El-Geneidy, J. Horning, K. J. Krizek

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Using Archived Data to Generate Transit Performance Measures.
Measuring the performance of a transit system is the first step toward efficient and proactive management. In recent years, the use of performance measures for transportation plan...
R. L. Bertini, A. M. El-Geneidy

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13 years 11 months ago
Modeling Transit Trip Time using Archived Bus Dispatch System Data.
Transit travel time and operating speed influence service attractiveness, operating cost, and system efficiency. The objective of this paper is to estimate the values of parameters...
R. L. Bertini, A. M. El-Geneidy

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The Effects of Bus Stop Consolidation on Passenger Activity and transit Operations
This research addressed changes in passenger activity and operating performance after implementation of a bus stop consolidation project at TriMet, the regional transit provider fo...
A. M. El-Geneidy, J. G. Strathman, T. J. Kimpel, D...

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13 years 11 months ago
Mapping Accessibility Over Time
This study compares the changes in levels of accessibility over time in the Minneapolis - St. Paul region using two different modes (car and public transport). The importance of ...
A. M. El-Geneidy, D. M. Levinson

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13 years 11 months ago
Using GIS to Measure the Effect of Overlapping Service Areas on Passenger Boardings at Bus Stops
This study examines the effects of overlapping walking service areas of bus stops on the demand for bus transit. This requires controlling for variation in potential transit demand...
T. J. Kimpel, K. Dueker, A. M. El-Geneidy

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Segmenting Preferences and Habits of Transit Users and Non-Users
Ridership is a key goal in the transit industry. Conventional transit analysis focuses on two types of users—captive and choice riders—but rarely aims to understand the prefe...
Kevin J. Krizek, Ahmed El-Geneidy
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