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Referred Journal Publications

1.       Majumdar, B.B., Mitra, S. and Pareekh, P (2015) “Methodological Framework to obtain key factors influencing choice of bicycle as a mode”, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2512 pp. 110-121. DOI: 10.3141/2512-13.

2.       Majumdar, B.B., and Mitra, S. (2015) “Analysis of factors influencing bicycling in small sized cities: A case study of Kharagpur, India” Case studies on Transport Policy 3(3). pp. 331-346. DOI:10.1016/j.cstp.2014.09.002.

3.       Majumdar, B.B. and Mitra, S. (2017) “Valuing factors influencing bicycle route choice using Stated Preference survey” Journal of Urban Planning and Development. American Society of Civil Engineering. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000380. (04017001: 1-11).

4.       Majumdar, B.B., and Mitra, S. (2017). Development of Level of Service (LOS) criteria for evaluation of Bicycle Suitability: A case study of Kharagpur, India. Journal of Urban Planning and Development. American Society of Civil Engineering. (accepted, in press) (DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000432)

5.       Majumdar, B.B., and Mitra, S. (2018). Analysis of bicycle route-related improvement strategies for two Indian cities using a Stated Preference Survey. Transport Policy 63, pp. 176-188

6.       Majumdar, B.B., and Mitra, S. (2019). A study on route choice preferences for commuter and non-commuter bicyclists: A case study of Kharagpur and Asansol, India. Transportation Volume 46, Issue 5, pp 1839–1865

7.       Guharay A., Majumdar BB and Sahu PK (2019) Identification and Evaluation of Key Determinants of Two-Wheeler Ownership Model in the Context of Developing Countries: A Case Study of Pune City, India”. Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (Accepted)

8.       Majumdar B.B and Mitra S. “On identification and prioritization of motivators and deterrents of bicycling”. Transportation Letters. Pages 1-13. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/19427867.2019.1671042

9.  Agnivesh Pani, Prasanta K. Sahu and Majumdar B.B, Expenditure-based segmentation of freight travel markets: Identifying the determinants of freight transport expenditure for developing marketing strategies. Research in Transportation Business & Management, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rtbm.2020.100437 (2020)
 
10.  Majumdar B.B., Dissanayake D, Rajput AS, Saw Y and Sahu P.K. (2020) Prioritizing Metro Service Quality Attributes to Facilitate Transit Agency Interventions Leading to Enhanced Commuter Experience- TOPSIS Ranking and Importance-Satisfaction Analysis methods. Accepted Transportation Research Record (0, Vol. 2674(6) 124–139)
 
11. Chandra A., Pani A, Sahu P and Majumdar BB. (2020).  Designing Freight Traffic Analysis Zones for Metropolitan Areas: Identification of Optimal Scale for Macro-level Freight Travel Analysis. Transportation Planning and Technology (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/03081060.2020.1780711, Vol. 43, Issue: 6)
 
12.  Patil M., Majumdar BB, and Sahu P.K. (2021) Evaluating Pedestrian Crash Prone Locations to Formulate Policy Interventions towards Improved Safety and Walkability at Sidewalks and Crosswalks. Accepted Transportation Research Record (In press)
 
13. Majumdar BB, Vendotti N, Patil M and Sahu PK (2021) A Pedestrian Satisfaction Based Methodology for Prioritization of Critical Sidewalk and Crosswalk Attributes Influencing Walkability. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, ASCE (In press)
 
14.  Patil M, Majumdar BB, Sahu PK and Truong L. (2021). Evaluation of prospective users; choice decision towards Electric Two-Wheelers using a Stated Preference Survey: An Indian perspective. Sustainability 202113(6), 3035; https://doi.org/10.3390/su13063035
 
Book Chapters

1.       Nikitha V., Majumdar B.B., Ram. V and Raju. S. (2020). A User Perception Based Prioritization of Determinants Walkability Of Pedestrian Infrastructure Based On Multi-Attribute Decision Making (MADM) Approach: An Indian Experience. Lecture notes in Civil Engineering (In press)

2.    Panchal J., Majumdar B.B., Ram. V and Raju. S. (2020) Methodology to identify a key set of elements influencing bicycle-metro integration: A case study of Hyderabad, India. Lecture notes in Civil Engineering (In press)

Technical Article

1.    Mitra, S, Pareekh, P and Majumdar, B.B. Urbanization and Transport Diversity. In Shelter (2013), HUDCO-Bi annual magazine in Transport Policy, pp 1-7.

Conference Papers

1.    Majumdar, B,B. and Mitra , S. Investigating the relative influence of various factors in bicycle mode choice .In Proceedia social and behavioral sciences, Elsevier , 1120-1129. (2013)

2.    Majumdar, B,B. ,and Mitra , S. Application of Distance Decay to Investigate Bicycle Trip Lengths in Small sized Indian Cities. In proceedings of TRB 93rd Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board of National Academics, Washington, D.C. (2014)

3.    Majumdar, B,B. ,and Mitra , S. and Pareekh, P. A methodological framework to obtain key factors influencing choice of bicycle as a mode. In proceedings of TRB 94th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board of National Academics, Washington, D.C. (2015)

4.    Majumdar B.B. and Mitra. S. Perception of bicycle users towards key route-related attributes influencing bicycling using the concept of Willingness to Pay. In Transport Research Proceedia, 14th World Conference of Transport Research Society Shanghai, China. (2016)

5.    Pareekh, P, Mitra, S., and Majumdar B.B. Quantifying dimensions of Transportation Diversity: A City-Based Comparative Approach. In Transport Research Proceedia, 14th World Conference of Transport Research Society Shanghai, China. (2016)

6.    Mandal, S, Mitra, S., and Majumdar B.B. Investigating the influence of Trip Distance on Travel Behaviour of Non-Motorized Transport (NMT) users. In CD-ROM of proceedings of CTRG, 3rd Meeting, Transportation Research Group, India. Kolkata, India. (2015)

7.    Majumdar B.B. and Mitra. S., What affects longer bicycle travel: An investigation across two small sized Indian cities. In CD-ROM of proceedings of CTRG, 3rd Meeting, Transportation Research Group, India. Kolkata, India. (2015).

8.    Majumdar B.B. and Mitra. S., Investigating the influence of age towards bicyclist’s route and mode choice: A case study of Asansol city, India. In CD-ROM of proceedings of 12th conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries (TPMDC), IIT Bombay, India. (2016).

9.    Majumdar, B,B. ,and Mitra , S. A Stated Preference Approach for Evaluation of Bicycling Attributes: A case study of Kharagpur and Asansol, India. In proceedings of TRB 96th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board of National Academics, Washington, D.C. (2017)

10.    Panchal J., Majumdar B.B., Ram. VV and Basu D. “Analysis of user perception towards a key set of attributes related to Bicycle-Metro integration: A case study of Hyderabad, India. Transportation research proceedia (Accepted).

11.    Basu, D., Roy, S., Roy, S.M, and Majumdar, B.B. 2019. An assessment towards identifying improvement needs of urban bus stop infrastructure: Knowledge gained from Bhubaneswar. Transportation research proceedia (Accepted)

12.    Agarwal. P., Mitra S., Majumdar B.B., Akkelagunta P. and Sahu P. (2019). Investigation on Risk Factors Influencing Crash Occurrence in Urban Context: A Case Study of Hyderabad, India. EASTS Proceedings (Accepted)

13.    Majumdar B.B. and Sahu P. (2019). Identification and prioritization of operational requirements related to battery-electric-bus (BEB) operation in Indian setting. Paper accepted for presentation in WCTR-Young conference to be held at IIT Bombay

14.    Srivastava A, Pani A, Majumdar B.B and Sahu P. (2019) Development of Speed Management Measures at Uncontrolled Intersections: A Case Study of Hyderabad, India.  Abstract accepted for presentation in CTRG-5TH conference to be held at MANIT Bhopal

15.    Patil M and Majumdar B.B. (2019). Analysis on the key determinants of electric two wheeler use in Indian context.  Abstract accepted for presentation in CTRG-5TH conference to be held at MANIT Bhopal.

16.    Nikitha V, Patil M, Majumdar B.B. and Sahu P. (2019) An analysis of factors influencing safety and walkability of pedestrian facilities in Indian urban settings.  Abstract accepted for presentation in CTRG-5TH conference to be held at MANIT Bhopal (2019)

17.    Majumdar B.B., Dissanayake D, Rajput AS, Saw Y and Sahu P.K. (2020) Prioritizing Metro Service Quality Attributes to Facilitate Transit Agency Interventions Leading to Enhanced Commuter Experience- TOPSIS Ranking and Importance-Satisfaction Analysis methods. Accepted for presented for 99TH Annual meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, USA

18.    Majumdar B.B, Vendotti N, Patil M., and Sahu PK (2020). A Pedestrian Satisfaction Based Methodology for Prioritization of Critical Sidewalk and Crosswalk Elements influencing Safety and Walkability. Accepted for presented for 99TH, Washington DC, USA. Annual meeting of Transportation Research Board

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