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- 3Fu, Q.
- 2Kim, A. M.
- 1El-Basyouny, K.
- 1Kim, A.
- 1This study was sponsored by the City of Edmonton and the Office of Traffic Safety. The authors would like to thank the City of Edmonton and the Office of Traffic Safety staff for their assistance.
- 1This work was in part supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada, through the Discovery Grants Program.
- 2Airport Leakage
- 2Airport Planning
- 1Empirical Model
- 1Enforcement Resource Allocation And Scheduling
- 1Mobile Photo Radar Enforcement
- 1Program Design
Airport leakage is a phenomenon that occurs when air passengers choose to travel longer surface distances to take advantage of better air services at an out-of-region airport (which we term the “substitute” airport), instead of using their local airport as would be expected (Suzuki & Audino,...
Operating a mobile photo radar enforcement program: A framework for site selection, resource allocation, scheduling, and evaluationDownload
This paper introduces a systematic, data-driven framework by which to operate a mobile photo radar enforcement (MPRE) program, consisting broadly of site choice, enforcement resource allocation and scheduling, and evaluation. The overall goal is provide a framework for operating an MPRE program...
Supply-and-demand models for exploring relationships between smaller airports and neighboring hub airports in the USDownload
Airport passenger leakage is the phenomenon of air passengers choosing to travel longer distances to access 6 more extensive air services offered by airlines at an out-of-region hub (or, substitute) airport, instead of using their local airports. Airport leakage can cause further reduction in...