Publications

Journal Papers

Please note that the final version of the paper is available directly from the publisher using the link to the final manuscript below.

  • Campbell and Brakewood (2017). Sharing Riders: How Bike-Sharing Impacts Bus Ridership in New York City. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Volume 100, pp. 264–282.  (Link to Final Manuscript).
  • Ghahramani and Brakewood (2016). Trends in Mobile Transit Information Utilization: An Exploratory Analysis of Transit App in New York City. Journal of Public Transportation, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 139-160. (Link to Final Manuscript).
  • Rahman, Wong and Brakewood (2016). Use of Mobile Ticketing Data to Estimate an Origin-Destination Matrix for New York City Ferry Service. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Volume 2544, pp. 1-9. (Link to Final Manuscript; Download Preprint Paper).
  • Brakewood, Macfarlane and Watkins (2015). The Impact of Real-Time Information on Bus Ridership in New York City.  Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Volume 53, pp. 59-75 (Link to Final Manuscript; Download Preprint Paper).
  • Brakewood, Rojas, Zegras, Watkins and Robin (2015). An Analysis of Commuter Rail Real-Time Information in Boston. Journal of Public Transportation, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 1-20. (Link to Final Manuscript).
  • Brakewood, Barbeau and Watkins (2014). An Experiment Evaluating the Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information on Bus Riders in Tampa, Florida. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Volume 69, pp. 409-422.  (Link to Final Manuscript; Download Preprint PaperDownload Survey Questionnaire).
  • Brakewood, Rojas, Robin, Sion and Jordan (2014). Forecasting Mobile Ticketing Adoption on Commuter Rail. Journal of Public Transportation, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 1-19. (Link to Final ManuscriptDownload Survey Questionnaire).
  • Brakewood and Kocur (2013). Unbanked Transit Riders and Open Payment Fare Collection. Transportation Research Record, Volume 2351, pp. 133–141. (Link to Final Manuscript; Download Preprint Version).
  • Brakewood and Kocur (2011). Modeling Transit Rider Preferences for Contactless Bank Cards as Fare Media Transport for London and the Chicago Transit Authority. Transportation Research Record, Volume 2216. pp. 100-107. (Link to Paper; Download Preprint Paper).

Conference Proceedings

  • Ali, Touret, Brakewood and Paaswell (2017). A Comparison of Transit Mobile Ticketing Applications in the United States and Europe. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (AbstractDownload Compendium Paper).
  • Beer, Brakewood, Rahman, and Viscardi (2017). Qualitative Analysis of Ridehailing Regulations in Major American Cities. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (Abstract).
  • Davidson, Peters and Brakewood (2017). Interactive Travel Modes: Uber, Transit and Mobility in New York City. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (AbstractDownload Compendium Paper).
  • Georggi, Brakewood, Barbeau and Joslin (2017). A Concept of Operations for Deploying a Mobile Transit Fare Collection App. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (AbstractDownload Compendium Paper).
  • Ghahramani, Brakewood and Peters (2017). An Exploratory Analysis of Intercity Travel Patterns Using Backend Data from a Transit Smartphone Application. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (AbstractDownload Compendium Paper).
  • Sion, Brakewood and Alvarado (2016). Planning for New Fare Payment Systems: An Equity Analysis of Smartphone, Credit Card, and Potential Mobile Ticketing Adoption by Bus Riders in Nassau County. Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (Download Compendium Paper).
  • Brakewood and Watkins (2015). Quantifying the Impact of Real-Time Information on Transit Ridership. Proceedings of the Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transport (CASPT), Rotterdam, Netherlands. (Download Preprint Paper; Link to Presentation).
  • Anders, Brakewood and Watkins (2014). A Case Study Analysis of New Fare Payment Systems in Public Transit. Proceedings of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. (Download Compendium Paper).
  • Brakewood, Rojas, Robin, Sion,  Jordan and  Block-Schachter (2013). Forecasting Mobile Ticketing Adoption on Commuter Rail. Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC.

Book Chapters

  • Brakewood and Watkins (2016). A Method for Conducting Before-After Analyses of Transit Use by Linking Smart Card Data and Survey Responses. Public Transport Planning with Smart Card Data. Taylor & Francis (Link).

Other Publications

  • Georggi, Barbeau, Joslin, and Brakewood (2016). Assessment of Mobile Fare Payment Technology for Future Deployment in Florida. Final Report for FDOT. (Download Report).
  • Watkins and Brakewood (2016). Research Pays Off: Assessing the Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information. TR News. Transportation Research Board. No. 303. pp. 43-44 (Download Issue).
  • Watkins, LaMondia, and Brakewood (2015). Developing a New Course for Public Transportation Education. Final Report for STRIDE. (Download Report).
  • Brakewood (2014). Quantifying the Impact of Real-Time Information on Transit Ridership.  PhD Dissertation, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. (Download Dissertation).
  • Brakewood (2010). Contactless Prepaid Cards and Bankcards in Transit Fare Collection Systems. MS Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. (AbstractDownload Thesis).

Journal Papers Under Review

  • Beer, Brakewood, Rahman, and Viscardi. Qualitative Analysis of Ridehailing Regulations in Major American Cities. Status: Accepted for publication in the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
  • Brakewood, Ghahramani, Peters, Kwak and Sion. Real-Time Riders: A First Look at User Interaction Data from the Backend of a Transit and Shared Mobility Smartphone App. Submitted to the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board in August 2016. Status: under second review.
  • Brakewood and Watkins. A Literature Review of the Passenger Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information Provision. Submitted to Transport Reviews in February 2017. Status: under review.
  • LaMondia, Conway, Brakewood, Moore, Bacon, and Gajkowski. Modeling the Intersection Travel Delay of Cyclists, Personal Vehicles and Urban Freight Induced by Bike Boxes. Submitted to the Journal of Transportation Engineering (ASCE) in October 2016. Status: under review.
  • Mesoraca and Brakewood. A Synthesis of Mobile Ticketing Applications Used by Commuter Railroads in the United States. Submitted to the Journal of Public Transportation in January 2017. Status: under review.