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Niels van Oort
Niels van Oort
Associate professor Delft University of Technology
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Drivers and barriers in adopting Mobility as a Service (MaaS)–A latent class cluster analysis of attitudes
MJ Alonso-GonzŠlez, S Hoogendoorn-Lanser, N van Oort, O Cats, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 132, 378-401, 2020
2092020
Bike-sharing systems’ impact on modal shift: A case study in Delft, the Netherlands
X Ma, Y Yuan, N Van Oort, S Hoogendoorn
Journal of Cleaner Production 259, 120846, 2020
1472020
Service reliability and urban public transport design
N Van Oort
Netherlands TRAIL Research School, 2011
1442011
Service reliability and urban public transport design
N Van Oort
Netherlands TRAIL Research School, 2011
1442011
The potential of demand-responsive transport as a complement to public transport: An assessment framework and an empirical evaluation
MJ Alonso-GonzŠlez, T Liu, O Cats, N Van Oort, S Hoogendoorn
Transportation Research Record 2672 (8), 879-889, 2018
1282018
A comparison in travel patterns and determinants of user demand between docked and dockless bike-sharing systems using multi-sourced data
X Ma, Y Ji, Y Yuan, N Van Oort, Y Jin, S Hoogendoorn
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 139, 148-173, 2020
1252020
What are the determinants of the willingness to share rides in pooled on-demand services?
MJ Alonso-GonzŠlez, O Cats, N van Oort, S Hoogendoorn-Lanser, ...
Transportation 48 (4), 1733-1765, 2021
1022021
Value of time and reliability for urban pooled on-demand services
MJ Alonso-GonzŠlez, N van Oort, O Cats, S Hoogendoorn-Lanser, ...
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 115, 102621, 2020
972020
Short-term prediction of ridership on public transport with smart card data
N Van Oort, T Brands, E de Romph
Transportation research record 2535 (1), 105-111, 2015
84*2015
Regularity analysis for optimizing urban transit network design
N Van Oort, R van Nes
Public transport 1 (2), 155-168, 2009
84*2009
Exposing the role of exposure: Public transport network risk analysis
O Cats, M Yap, N van Oort
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 88, 1-14, 2016
772016
Incorporating service reliability in public transport design and performance requirements: International survey results and recommendations
N van Oort
Research in Transportation Economics 48, 92-100, 2014
752014
Regularity analysis for optimizing urban transit network design
N Van Oort, R van Nes
Public transport 1 (2), 155-168, 2009
742009
Impacts of replacing a fixed public transport line by a demand responsive transport system: Case study of a rural area in Amsterdam
FM Coutinho, N van Oort, Z Christoforou, MJ Alonso-GonzŠlez, O Cats, ...
Research in Transportation Economics 83, 100910, 2020
662020
Reliability Improvement in Short Headway Transit Services: Schedule-and Headway-Based Holding Strategies
N van Oort, NHM Wilson, R van Nes
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board†…, 2010
642010
The impact of scheduling on service reliability: trip-time determination and holding points in long-headway services
N van Oort, JW Boterman, R van Nes
Public Transport 4, 39-56, 2012
632012
Analysing the trip and user characteristics of the combined bicycle and transit mode
S Shelat, R Huisman, N van Oort
Research in transportation economics 69, 68-76, 2018
622018
Access denied? Digital inequality in transport services
A Durand, T Zijlstra, N van Oort, S Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S Hoogendoorn
Transport Reviews 42 (1), 32-57, 2022
532022
Improving predictions of public transport usage during disturbances based on smart card data
MD Yap, S NijŽnstein, N van Oort
Transport Policy 61, 84-95, 2018
512018
Teleworking during COVID-19 in the Netherlands: Understanding behaviour, attitudes, and future intentions of train travellers
D Ton, K Arendsen, M De Bruyn, V Severens, M Van Hagen, N Van Oort, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 159, 55-73, 2022
502022
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