Transportation Research Part B-Methodological

(The TQCC of Transportation Research Part B-Methodological is 47. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The most likely trip matrix estimated from traffic counts403
Estimation of trip matrices from traffic counts and survey data: A generalized least squares estimator326
Inferences on trip matrices from observations on link volumes: A Bayesian statistical approach254
The electric vehicle routing problem with nonlinear charging function252
Estimation of origin-destination matrices from link traffic counts on congested networks245
A unified framework for estimating or updating origin/destination matrices from traffic counts239
Ridesourcing systems: A framework and review228
Vehicle routing problem with drones185
Trip matrix and path flow reconstruction and estimation based on plate scanning and link observations150
Predicting traffic flow using Bayesian networks144
A survey of models and algorithms for optimizing shared mobility134
Estimation on stated-preference experiments constructed from revealed-preference choices131
An analysis of the reliability of an origin-destination trip matrix estimated from traffic counts129
A statistical algorithm for estimating speed from single loop volume and occupancy measurements116
Recursive estimation of origin-destination matrices from input/output counts112
Estimation of origin–destination matrices from link flows on uncongested networks110
The electric vehicle routing problem with energy consumption uncertainty109
Optimization models for electric vehicle service operations: A literature review109
Literature review of the vehicle relocation problem in one-way car sharing networks100
Distributed model predictive control approach for cooperative car-following with guaranteed local and string stability97
Calculating errors for measures derived from choice modelling estimates94
An integrated approach for timetabling and vehicle scheduling problems to analyze the trade-off between level of service and operating costs of transit networks91
Distinguishing taste variation from error structure in discrete choice data89
Stochastic bus schedule coordination considering demand assignment and rerouting of passengers88
Recursive estimation of time-varying origin-destination flows from traffic counts in freeway corridors87
Estimation of gap acceptance parameters within and across the population from direct roadside observation86
A branch-and-price algorithm for the heterogeneous fleet green vehicle routing problem with time windows83
Closed form expressions for choice probabilities in the Weibull case83
Multiclass traffic assignment model for mixed traffic flow of human-driven vehicles and connected and autonomous vehicles77
Estimating the value of leisure from a time allocation model77
Distributionally robust optimization of an emergency medical service station location and sizing problem with joint chance constraints76
Simple analytical models for estimating the queue lengths from probe vehicles at traffic signals73
Scenario-based air traffic flow management: From theory to practice72
Two-phase optimal solutions for ship speed and trim optimization over a voyage using voyage report data72
Recoverable robustness in weekly berth and quay crane planning71
Model and analysis of labor supply for ride-sharing platforms in the presence of sample self-selection and endogeneity71
A linear programming approach for synthesizing origin-destination trip tables from link traffic volumes69
Railway timetable rescheduling with flexible stopping and flexible short-turning during disruptions69
Quasi-dynamic estimation of o–d flows from traffic counts: Formulation, statistical validation and performance analysis on real data69
Extending a train pathing model from one-way to two-way track67
Managing connected and automated vehicles at isolated intersections: From reservation- to optimization-based methods67
From heterogeneous drivers to macroscopic patterns in congestion65
Microscopic optimization model and algorithm for integrating train timetabling and track maintenance task scheduling64
Effects of train speed on airline demand and price: Theory and empirical evidence from a natural experiment64
The electric autonomous dial-a-ride problem64
From behavioral psychology to acceleration modeling: Calibration, validation, and exploration of drivers’ cognitive and safety parameters in a risk-taking environment64
Robust local and string stability for a decentralized car following control strategy for connected automated vehicles63
Vehicle assignment and relays for one-way electric car-sharing systems63
Regulating TNCs: Should Uber and Lyft set their own rules?62
Activity imputation for trip-chains elicited from smart-card data using a continuous hidden Markov model62
Integrating Lagrangian and Eulerian observations for passenger flow state estimation in an urban rail transit network: A space-time-state hyper network-based assignment approach62
Estimation of origin–destination matrices from link counts and sporadic routing data61
Estimation of the time-dependency of values of travel time and its reliability from loop detector data61
A Markov decision process approach to vacant taxi routing with e-hailing58
Solving cyclic train timetabling problem through model reformulation: Extended time-space network construct and Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers methods57
Estimation of mean and covariance of peak hour origin–destination demands from day-to-day traffic counts55
Modelling car-following behaviour of connected vehicles with a focus on driver compliance55
Dynamic prediction-based relocation policies in one-way station-based carsharing systems with complete journey reservations55
Development of a non-parametric classifier: Effective identification, algorithm, and applications in port state control for maritime transportation54
Integrated optimization of location, inventory and routing in supply chain network design52
Estimation of origin-destination matrices from traffic counts using multiobjective programming formulations52
Fleet sizing for one-way electric carsharing services considering dynamic vehicle relocation and nonlinear charging profile52
Derivatives of the performance index for the traffic model from TRANSYT52
Trip matrix estimation from link traffic counts: The congested network case51
A general model of demand-responsive transportation services: From taxi to ridesharing to dial-a-ride51
Modelling and managing the integrated morning-evening commuting and parking patterns under the fully autonomous vehicle environment51
A note on trip matrix estimation from link traffic count data51
Joint infrastructure planning and fleet management for one-way electric car sharing under time-varying uncertain demand51
Parsimonious trajectory design of connected automated traffic50
Robust location-allocation network design for earthquake preparedness50
Pedestrian crowd flows in shared spaces: Investigating the impact of geometry based on micro and macro scale measures49
The estimation of generalized extreme value models from choice-based samples48
A two-stage robustness approach to evacuation planning with buses47