Journal of Transportation and Statistics
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|Letter to the Editor|
|Paper 1 - Meta-Analysis for Explaining the Variance in Public Transport Demand Elasticities in Europe by Peter Nijkamp and Gerard Pepping|
|Paper 2 - A Review of the Literature on the Social Cost of Motor-Vehicle Use in the United States by James Murphy and Mark A. Delucchi|
|Paper 3 - Establishing Fare Elasticity Regimes for Urban Passenger Transport: Time-Based Fares for Concession and Non-Concession Markets Segmented by Trip Length by David A. Hensher and Jenny King|
|Paper 4 - Estimating State-Level Truck Activities in America by Shih-Miao Chin, Janet Hopson, and Ho-Ling Hwang|
|Paper 5 - Truck Accidents at Freeway Ramps: Data Analysis and High-Risk Site Identification by Bruce Janson, Wael Awad, Juan Robles, Jake Kononov, and Brian Pinkerton|
|Paper 6 - Measuring Transportation in the U.S. Economy by Xiaoli Han and Bingsong Fang|
|Guidelines for Manuscript Submission, Instructions to Authors|
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