Journal of Transport Geography

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of Transport Geography is 41. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
An early assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on air transport: Just another crisis or the end of aviation as we know it?222
To walk or not to walk? Examining non-linear effects of streetscape greenery on walking propensity of older adults221
Slowly coming out of COVID-19 restrictions in Australia: Implications for working from home and commuting trips by car and public transport192
Lockdowned: Everyday mobility changes in response to COVID-19177
Survey of E-scooter users in Vienna: Who they are and how they ride123
Examining spatiotemporal changing patterns of bike-sharing usage during COVID-19 pandemic117
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people's mobility: A longitudinal study of the U.S. from March to September of 2020112
COVID-19 and its long-term effects on activity participation and travel behaviour: A multiperspective view107
Transport and mobility justice: Evolving discussions107
Threshold and moderating effects of land use on metro ridership in Shenzhen: Implications for TOD planning100
Accessibility and proximity effects of bus rapid transit on housing prices: Heterogeneity across price quantiles and space98
Telework and daily travel: New evidence from Sweden91
Non-linear associations between built environment and active travel for working and shopping: An extreme gradient boosting approach80
Spatial analysis of shared e-scooter trips75
Exploring travel patterns and trip purposes of dockless bike-sharing by analyzing massive bike-sharing data in Shanghai, China71
Influence of the built environment on E-scooter sharing ridership: A tale of five cities68
The geography of maritime networks: A critical review64
Notes on the practices and appearances of e-scooter users in public space63
Influences of rural built environment on travel mode choice of rural residents: The case of rural Sichuan62
Evaluating spatial accessibility to healthcare services under travel time uncertainty: A reliability-based floating catchment area approach61
Measuring the accessibility and spatial equity of urban services under competition using the cumulative opportunities measure58
Elderly mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative exploration in Kunming, China58
Transit-oriented development (TOD) typologies around metro station areas in urban China: A comparative analysis of five typical megacities for planning implications57
Resilience of urban transportation systems. Concept, characteristics, and methods.56
An empirical analysis of dockless bike-sharing utilization and its explanatory factors: Case study from Shanghai, China55
Are stay-at-home orders more difficult to follow for low-income groups?54
How does ridesourcing substitute for public transit? A geospatial perspective in Chengdu, China54
Perceived accessibility: What it is and why it differs from calculated accessibility measures based on spatial data53
Demystifying Chinese overseas investment in infrastructure: Port development, the Belt and Road Initiative and regional development50
The early days of shared micromobility: A social practices approach49
Public transport trends in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic: An investigation of the influence of bio-security concerns on trip behaviour49
Transport infrastructure and urban-rural income disparity: A municipal-level analysis in China49
Public transport accessibility accounting for level of service and competition for urban opportunities: An equity analysis for education in Santiago de Chile49
Does COVID-19 affect metro use in Taipei?48
Assessing equity in park accessibility using a travel behavior-based G2SFCA method in Nanjing, China47
Inferring the trip purposes and uncovering spatio-temporal activity patterns from dockless shared bike dataset in Shenzhen, China46
Impact of COVID-19 on the number of days working from home and commuting travel: A cross-cultural comparison between Australia, South America and South Africa46
The distribution network of Amazon and the footprint of freight digitalization46
Exploring the spatial variations of transfer distances between dockless bike-sharing systems and metros44
The factors in residents' mobility in rural towns of China: Car ownership, road infrastructure and public transport services42
Assessing intercity multimodal choice behavior in a Touristy City: A factor analysis41
Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of the impact of high-speed railway on urban economy: Empirical study of Chinese cities41
Location factors for logistics facilities: Location choice modeling considering activity categories41
Spatial variation in shared ride-hail trip demand and factors contributing to sharing: Lessons from Chicago41
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