Transportation Research Part A-Policy and Practice

Papers
(The H4-Index of Transportation Research Part A-Policy and Practice is 37. 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.)
ArticleCitations
Applications of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in road safety, traffic and highway infrastructure management: Recent advances and challenges165
Railway and road infrastructure in the Belt and Road Initiative countries: Estimating the impact of transport infrastructure on economic growth109
Comparing the Temporal Determinants of Dockless Scooter-share and Station-based Bike-share in Washington, D.C.79
A comparison in travel patterns and determinants of user demand between docked and dockless bike-sharing systems using multi-sourced data78
To scoot or not to scoot: Findings from a recent survey about the benefits and barriers of using E-scooters for riders and non-riders76
Economic growth, transport accessibility and regional equity impacts of high-speed railways in Italy: ten years ex post evaluation and future perspectives76
Factors influencing customer's loyalty towards ride-hailing taxi services – A case study of Vietnam69
A work-life conflict perspective on telework66
Bike sharing use in conjunction to public transport: Exploring spatiotemporal, age and gender dimensions in Oslo, Norway65
Dynamic linkages between transport, logistics, foreign direct Investment, and economic growth: Empirical evidence from developing countries60
Elaborating non-linear associations and synergies of subway access and land uses with urban vitality in Shenzhen54
Does China’s high-speed rail development lead to regional disparities? A network perspective54
Evidence of a post-COVID change in travel behaviour – Self-reported expectations of commuting in Melbourne53
Autonomous delivery vehicles to fight the spread of Covid-19 – How do men and women differ in their acceptance?49
State of the art and practice of urban freight management49
Time lag effects of COVID-19 policies on transportation systems: A comparative study of New York City and Seattle48
Working from home and its implications for strategic transport modelling based on the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic48
User acceptance of electric car-sharing services: The case of the Netherlands47
Developing an urban bikeability index for different types of cyclists as a tool to prioritise bicycle infrastructure investments46
An overview of effects of COVID-19 on mobility and lifestyle: 18 months since the outbreak46
Identifying key factors associated with ridesplitting adoption rate and modeling their nonlinear relationships45
Cumulative prospect theory coupled with multi-attribute decision making for modeling travel behavior44
Operational benefits and challenges of shared-ride automated mobility-on-demand services44
Urban households’ purchase intentions for pure electric vehicles under subsidy contexts in China: Do cost factors matter?43
Incentives for quick penetration of electric vehicles in five European countries: Perceptions from experts and stakeholders43
Mobility as a service and private car use: Evidence from the Sydney MaaS trial42
Drivers’ preferences for electric cars in Italy. Evidence from a country with limited but growing electric car uptake41
Regulations for on-road testing of connected and automated vehicles: Assessing the potential for global safety harmonization41
Predicting the use frequency of ride-sourcing by off-campus university students through random forest and Bayesian network techniques41
Non-linear associations between zonal built environment attributes and transit commuting mode choice accounting for spatial heterogeneity40
State of the art and practice of urban freight management Part II: Financial approaches, logistics, and demand management40
Weather, travel mode choice, and impacts on subway ridership in Beijing39
Do policy incentives drive electric vehicle adoption? Evidence from China39
Who and where rideshares? Rideshare travel and use in Los Angeles39
Adoption of delivery services in light of the COVID pandemic: Who and how long?39
Unraveling the impact of travel time, cost, and transit burdens on commute mode choice for different income and age groups39
An equality-based model for bike-sharing stations location in bicycle-public transport multimodal mobility38
Impact of e-scooter sharing on bike sharing in Chicago37
Exploring the relationship between bike-sharing and public transport in Poznań, Poland37
COVID and working from home: Long-term impacts and psycho-social determinants37
Impact of high-speed rail on social equity in China: Evidence from a mode choice survey37
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