Researchers from BRT+ Center of Excellence stand out with their works in the Top 10 most cited Thredbo papers of all time. We congratulate Juan Carlos Muñoz, David Hensher and Darío Hidalgo for being part of this outstanding group.
|10||Currie, G. & Wallis, I. (2008). Effective ways to grow urban bus markets – a synthesis of evidence||72||115|
|10||Currie, G., Richardson, T., Smyth, P., Vella-Brodrick, D., Hine, J., Lucas, K., Stanley, J., Morris, J., Kinnear, R. & Stanley, J. (2007). Investigating links between transport disadvantage, social exclusion and well-being in Melbourne – Preliminary results||60||126|
|10||Stanley, J. & Vella-Brodrick, D. (2008). The usefulness of social exclusion to inform social policy in transport||46||89|
|10||Hensher, D.A. & Stanley, J. (2008). Transacting under a performance-based contract: The role of negotiation and competitive tendering||42||88|
|11||Tirachini, A., Hensher, D.A. & Jara-Díaz, S.R. (2010). Comparing operator and users costs of light rail, heavy rail and bus rapid transito ver a radial public transport network.||34||64|
|11||Nelson, J.D., Wright, S. Masson, B., Ambrosino, & Naniopoulos, A. (2010). Recent developments in Flexible Transport Services||34||59|
|10||Muñoz, J.C. & Gschwender, A. (2008). Transantiago: A tale of two cities||33||63|
|10||Nash, C. (2008). Passenger railway reform in the last 20 years – European experience reconsidered||31||81|
|12||Hidalgo, D. & Gutiérrez, L. (2013). BRT and BHLS around the world: Explosive growth, large positive impacts and many issues outstanding||28||66|
|10||Loader, C. & Stanley, J. (2008). Growing bus patronage and addressing transport disadvantage – The Melbourne experience||27||46|
|11||Nash, C. (2010). European rail reform and passenger services – the next steps||22 (18th)||58|
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