Journal of Public Transportation Article in Volume 18, Issue 2 (2015) by Nerea Marteache, Gisela Bichler, Janet Enriquez. Negative perceptions about the safety of a commuter rail system can act as a barrier to using public transportation. When operational issues increase rider tension (i.e., crowding or worsening on-time performance), or the management capabilities of conductors.. read more →

This study intends to contribute new insights in the debate over the viability of high-speed rail (HSR) in the United States and the value proposition for government investment. The modeling focus of this study is two-fold, and the modeling approach makes a case for a fundamental shift from the current perspective of HSR viability. First,.. read more →