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Intercity trips or long-distance trips have been understudied and overlooked by researchers and public agencies in comparison to routine trips that are relatively shorter and often within an urban area. Currently, intercity travel demand is increasing, and accounts for a significant portion of...
A Ground Delay Program (GDP) delays flights at their departure airports on ground to absorb their potential airborne delays, when an imbalance between flight demand and airport capacity is expected at the arrival airport. The existing literature have looked into the issues existing before (e.g....
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 airport further away (i.e., the substitute airport), instead of, as expected, using their local airport. The overall objective of this research...
An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on Freight Delivery Schedule Strategies on the Mackenzie RiverDownload
The Mackenzie River is a major freight transportation route serving many remote northern Canadian communities and mining sites. The river is only navigable during the summer and early fall months, when it is clear of ice. However, the water conditions of this river have changed significantly in...
This thesis evaluated the safety effects of automated mobile enforcement at both the segment-based level and city-wide level over a period of eight years. For the segment-based evaluation, the before-and-after Empirical Bayes (EB) method was used to account for the regression-to-the-mean effect...