Transportation

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    Welcome to the Transportation section of the Elsevier website.

    By delivering first class information and innovative tools, we continue to refine our portfolio to serve the research need of educators, researchers and students worldwide. We are proud to play an integral part within the academic community and to participate in the advancement of this field.

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  • Latest Impact Factors

    The latest Impact Factor figures for Elsevier's Transportation journals were released in June 2013. We are very proud of the high quality of our journals, which occupy 7 of the Top 10 positions in the Transportation category, including all of the top 5:

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    *Journal Citation Reports® published by Thomson Reuters, 2013

  • Open Access Options

    Access to quality research is vital to the scientific community and beyond. We support sustainable access and work hard to provide a range of open access options alongside our access initiatives to ensure everyone can read, use and trust the latest research.

    We are committed to working in partnership with the research community, librarians, funders and other stakeholders. We are continually on the road meeting the community, participating in discussions and establishing partnerships which will help support increase access to research. Read more about our institutional and funding body agreements.

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News

Announcing the winner of the Facebook photo contest

Visit us at the Transport Research Arena and free articles to read online. Find out more.

Read the first issue of Case Studies on Transport Policy free on ScienceDirect

Interested in cycling? Read a selection of our favourite cycling articles free online

Editorial transition for Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

Online submission now live for Travel Behaviour & Society

Editorial transition for Accident Analysis & Prevention

Spotlighted Article

Journal of Transport & HealthThe role of bicycle sharing systems in normalising the image of cycling: An observational study of London cyclists
Open access article in Journal of Transport & Health
Anna Goodman, Judith Green, James Woodcock

Enrich your Transportation article

Elsevier articles can feature graphical abstracts, a concise, visual summary of your key findings

Readers can search the RiP, RNS, TRIP and USDOT Research Hub databases using our free Transportation DB Center app on ScienceDirect

AudioSlides hosted alongside your article give you the opportunity to present your research in your own words

You can incorporate interactive maps into your article to help readers visualize your data more effectively

Transportation Research Part C gives you the opportunity to enrich your article by providing readers with access to relevant simulation code and data.

Special Issues

Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (selected papers from the Thredbo 13 conference)
Research in Transportation Economics, Volume 48, pages 1-434 (Publication: December 2014)
Edited by John Preston, David A. Hensher, Ruth Steel

Walking & Cycling: The contributions of health and transport geography
Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 1, Issue 4, pages 211-346 (Publication: December 2014)
Edited by Seraphim Alvanides

Appraisal in Transport
Research in Transportation Economics, Volume 47, pages 1-112 (Publication: November 2014)
Edited by Jonas Eliasson


Most Downloaded Articles

A critical assessment of pedestrian behaviour models
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, Volume 12, Issue 3, May 2009, Pages 242-255 | Papadimitriou, Eleonora; Yannis, George; Golias, John

A Granular Variable Tabu Neighborhood Search for the capacitated location-routing problem
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Volume 67, September 2014, Pages 344-356 | Escobar, J.W.; Linfati, R.; Baldoquin, M.G.; Toth, P.

A Green Vehicle Routing Problem
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Volume 48, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 100-114 | Erdogan, Sevgi; Miller-Hooks, Elise


Most Cited Articles published since 2012

Mainstream consumers driving plug-in battery-electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars: A qualitative analysis of responses and evaluations
Author(s):Graham-Rowe, E. | Gardner, B. | Abraham, C. | Skippon, S. | Dittmar, H. | Hutchins, R. | Stannard, J.
Publication year: 2012
Journal / Book title: Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

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A socio-technical analysis of low-carbon transitions: introducing the multi-level perspective into transport studies
Author(s):Geels, F.W.
Publication year: 2012
Journal / Book title: Journal of Transport Geography

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A Green Vehicle Routing Problem
Author(s):Erdoĝan, S. | Miller-Hooks, E.
Publication year: 2012
Journal / Book title: Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review

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Transportation Conference Procedia

Procedia - Social and Behavioral SciencesMore and more prestigious transportation conferences are publishing their proceedings in Elsevier's Procedia.

If you are organising a conference and would like us to publish your proceedings, please contact Chris Pringle, Executive Publisher at c.pringle@elsevier.com. Recent examples includeCOTA CICTP 2013

andISTTT 2013.

See a full list and view the Procedia on ScienceDirect.

AudioSlides

Audio Slides – A free service to authors

These are brief, webcast-style presentations based on slides and audio that are shown next to the article on ScienceDirect. This format gives authors the opportunity to explain their research in their own words and promote their work.

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