Transport Reviews

(The median citation count of Transport Reviews is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Public transport planning adaption under the COVID-19 pandemic crisis: literature review of research needs and directions251
COVID-19 Impacts on Cycling, 2019–2020165
From “streets for traffic” to “streets for people”: can street experiments transform urban mobility?96
What might Covid-19 mean for mobility as a service (MaaS)?92
Cycling behaviour in 17 countries across 6 continents: levels of cycling, who cycles, for what purpose, and how far?74
Ethical issues in focus by the autonomous vehicles industry61
Empirical evidence on the impacts of bikesharing: a literature review54
Impacts of online shopping on travel demand: a systematic review50
Fair street space allocation: ethical principles and empirical insights48
Does transport help people to gain employment? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the empirical evidence46
From attitude to satisfaction: introducing the travel mode choice cycle46
COVID-19 passenger transport measures and their impacts43
Transition policies for climatically sustainable aviation42
Accessibility and the Capabilities Approach: a review of the literature and proposal for conceptual advancements41
Strava Metro data for bicycle monitoring: a literature review40
Crowdsourced data for bicycling research and practice38
What travel modes do shared e-scooters displace? A review of recent research findings36
The growing gap in pedestrian and cyclist fatality rates between the United States and the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands, 1990–201836
Applications of machine learning methods in traffic crash severity modelling: current status and future directions34
Exploring built environment impacts on transit use – an updated meta-analysis33
Access denied? Digital inequality in transport services32
A systematic review of charging infrastructure location problem for electric vehicles30
The use of practice theory in transport research29
Transitioning to zero-emission bus fleets: state of practice of implementations in the United States29
Policy implementation of multi-modal (shared) mobility: review of a supply-demand value proposition canvas29
What might the changing incidence of Working from Home (WFH) tell us about future transport and land use agendas27
From bike to electric bike level-of-service27
Urban transportation sustainability assessments: a systematic review of literature27
Waiting time and headway modelling for urban transit systems – a critical review and proposed approach26
On the relevance of data science for flight delay research: a systematic review25
Cyclists’ exposure to atmospheric and noise pollution: a systematic literature review25
Safety implications of higher levels of automated vehicles: a scoping review24
Understanding transport-related social exclusion through the lens of capabilities approach23
Platooning for sustainable freight transportation: an adoptable practice in the near future?23
What is a good transport review paper?23
Socioeconomic impact assessments of high-Speed rail: A meta-Analysis23
Influences on lateral passing distance when motor vehicles overtake bicycles: a systematic literature review23
A survey of the opportunities and challenges of supervised machine learning in maritime risk analysis23
What do we really know about the acceptance of battery electric vehicles? – Turns out, not much23
Interaction of automated driving systems with pedestrians: challenges, current solutions, and recommendations for eHMIs22
Economic impacts on local businesses of investments in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure: a review of the evidence20
Making accessibility work in practice20
Facilitating bicycle commuting beyond short distances: insights from existing literature19
The development of autonomous driving technology: perspectives from patent citation analysis19
Determinants and effects of perceived walkability: a literature review, conceptual model and research agenda19
Are people who use active modes of transportation more physically active? An overview of reviews across the life course19
Metro system disruption management and substitute bus service: a systematic review and future directions19
Bicycle safety at roundabouts: a systematic literature review18
Tour-based mode choice modelling as the core of an activity-based travel demand modelling framework: a review of state-of-the-art18
Technology, transport, and the sharing economy: towards a working taxonomy for shared mobility18
Undone science, funding, and positionality in transportation research17
Impacts of rail transit access on land and housing values in China: a quantitative synthesis17
Worthwhile travel time: a conceptual framework of the perceived value of enjoyment, productivity and fitness while travelling16
Estimation of city tourism flows: challenges, new data and COVID16
Resilient supply chain network design: a systematic literature review16
Towards an enabled journey: barriers encountered by public transport riders with disabilities for the whole journey chain16
Living with fewer cars: review and challenges on household demotorization16
Consumer logistics in contemporary shopping: a synthesised review16
Instrumented bikes and their use in studies on transportation behaviour, safety, and maintenance14
Factors that affect the ability of people with disabilities to walk or wheel to destinations in their community: a scoping review14
European Cruise ports: challenges since the pre-pandemic era14
A comprehensive review of the truck appointment scheduling models and directions for future research14
A systematic review of the factors associated with pedestrian route choice13
The passenger’s influence on dwell times at station platforms: a literature review13
A review on the factors influencing the adoption of new mobility technologies and services: autonomous vehicle, drone, micromobility and mobility as a service13
Impacts of disability on daily travel behaviour: A systematic review13
All work and no play? Autonomous vehicles and non-commuting journeys12
The effect of transport infrastructure, congestion and reliability on mental wellbeing: a systematic review of empirical studies12
Mobility as a service (MaaS): are effort and seamlessness the keys to MaaS uptake?12
Hunting for treasure: a systematic literature review on urban logistics and e-commerce data12
Walking for transportation in large Latin American cities: walking-only trips and total walking events and their sociodemographic correlates11
Exploring the impact of public transport including free and subsidised on the physical, mental and social well-being of older adults: a literature review11
Headway variability in public transport: a review of metrics, determinants, effects for quality of service and control strategies10
The end-user benefits of smartphone transit apps: a systematic literature review10
Electric vehicle charging strategies for Urban freight transport: concept and typology10
Adults’ self-reported barriers and enablers to riding a bike for transport: a systematic review10
Mobility as a feature (MaaF): rethinking the focus of the second generation of mobility as a service (MaaS)9
Using data and technology to integrate mobility modes in low-income cities9
A review of public transport transfer synchronisation at the real-time control phase9
Transport equity considerations in electric vehicle charging research: a scoping review9
Transport for women: who decides what women need?9
A Social Sciences and Humanities research agenda for transport and mobility in Europe: key themes and 100 research questions9
Homelessness on public transit: A review of problems and responses9
Review on single-bicycle crashes in the recent scientific literature8
A review of Ride-Matching strategies for Ridesourcing and other similar services8
Stepping into the shoes of a giant: A vision statement from the new Editors-in-Chief of Transport Reviews8
Schedule delays of major projects: what should we do about it?8
Knowledge for policy-making in times of uncertainty: the case of autonomous vehicle model results8
Loyalty and public transit: a quantitative systematic review of the literature8
A review of state-of-the-art bicycle technologies affecting cycling safety: level of smartness and technology readiness7
The shifting role of attitudes in travel behaviour research7
Why do paratransit operators resist participation in bus rapid transit? Case evidence from Bogota, Mexico City, Johannesburg and Lagos7
Does rationing really backfire? A critical review of the literature on license-plate-based driving restrictions7
From aspiration to operation: ensuring equity in transportation7
Cycling near misses: a review of the current methods, challenges and the potential of an AI-embedded system6
Commuting behaviours and subjective wellbeing: a critical review of longitudinal research6
Data to the people: a review of public and proprietary data for transport models6
The current state of activity-based travel demand modelling and some possible next steps6
Reviewing transport in light of the pandemic6
Performance of urban rail transit: a review of measures and interdependencies6