7. Books

7.1           Transit Operating Manual; Pennsylvania DOT; 1976 and 1978; 220 pages.


7.2           Gray and Hoel (Editors), Public Transportation:  Planning, Operations and Management (Vuchic author of two chapters); Prentice-Hall, 1979, revised 1992.


7.3           Urban Public Transportation Systems and Technology; Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1981, 673 pages.  Japanese translation published by Gihodo Shuppan, Inc., Tokyo, 1990, ~650 pages.


7.4           Javni gradski prevoz – sistemi i tehnika; in Serbo-Croatian; translated and adapted book #7.3; Naučna Knjiga, Beograd, 1987, 574 pages.


   7.5          Transportation for Livable Cities; Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1999; 376 pages. Translated and adapted into Russian, 2011, into Turkish 2015, in preparation in Chinese.

7.6           Urban Transit: Operations, Planning and Economics; John Wiley & Sons, 2005, 660 pages. Translated into Chinese, 2012, into Turkish, 2016.

7.7          Urban Transit Systems and Technology; John Wiley & Sons, 2007. 618 pages. Translation into Turkish, 2015, into Chinese in preparation.

Books  7.5, 7.6 and 7.7 are known as the “Transit Trilogy Series.”




8. Articles

(Asterisk * with co-author’s names indicates that Vuchic is the first author)

8.1 “Some Remarks about the Traffic Regulation in W. Germany and Denmark”; Transportation 2/1959, pp. 317‑319 (in Serbian, summary in German).

8.2 “Highway and Urban Traffic in Great Britain”; Transportation 5/1959, pp. 866‑871 (in Serbian, summary in English).

8.3 Review of the Book: H. K. Evans (Editor): “Traffic Engineering Handbook”; Transportation 10/1959, p. 1660 (Serbian).

8.4 “Public Transportation in London”; Urban Transportation 10‑11/1959 pp. 11‑30 (Serbian). Also published with modifications, in Transportation 1/1961, pp. 154‑161 (Serbian, summary in English).

8.5 “Development of Road Networks in Scandinavian Countries”; Trans­portation 4/1960, pp. 824‑828 (Serbian, summary in English).

8.6 Review of the book: W. W. Hay: “Railroad Engineering”; Trans­portation 4/1960, p. 832 (Serbian).

8.7 Review of the Road Research Laboratory (England) reports: “Road Research in 1956” and “Road Research in 1957”; Transportation 4/1960, pp. 832‑833 (Serbian).

8.8 Review of the book: Baker and Funaro: “Parking”; Transportation 8/1960, p. 1602 (Serbian).

8.9 “Traffic Signals”; Transportation 6/1961, pp. 1115‑1123 (Serbian, summary in German).

8.10 “Role of Public Transportation in Hamburg, Germany”; Traffic Quarterly, 1/1964, pp. 118‑140.

8.11 Discussion on the paper “Airport Accessibility Affects Passenger Development”; in the Journal of the Aero‑Space Transport Division, Proceedings of the ASCE, 1/1966.

8.12 “Pedestrian Crossing Time in Determining Widths of Signalized Traffic Arterials”; Transportation Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, Aug. 1967, pp. 224‑231.

8.13 (With G. F. Newell)* “Rapid Transit Interstation Spacings for Minimum Travel Time”; Transportation Science Vol. 2, No. 4, Dec. 1968, pp. 303‑339.

8.14 “Fahrplanstörungen ‑ zusätzliche Faktoren, betriebliche Maßnahmen” (“Schedule irregularities – additional factors and operational measures”); Verkehr und Technik Vol. 22, No. 4, April 1969, pp. 97‑100.

8.15 “Propagation of Schedule Disturbances in Line‑haul Passenger Transportation” (in French, English and German); Revue de l’UITP, No. 4, 1969; Brussels, Belgium (an expanded version of paper #8.14).

8.16 “Rapid Transit Interstation Spacings for Maximum Number of Passengers”; Transportation Science Vol. 3, No. 3, Aug. 1969, pp. 214‑232.

8.17 “A System View at the Urban Highway Transportation Situation”; Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Highway Transportation Conference, Pennsylvania State University, 1969.

8.18 “Minicar Transit System ‑ A New Concept and Its Evaluation”; Highway Research Record 318, pp. 27‑39; Washington 1970.

8.19 (With W. S. Homburger) “Federation of Transit Agencies as a Solution for Service Integration”; Traffic Quarterly, July 1970, pp. 373‑391.

8.20 “Concept of Flexibility in Transportation System Analysis”; High Speed Ground Transportation Journal Vol. 5, No. 1, 1971, pp. 53‑61.

8.21 (With B. F. Byrne): “Public Transportation Line Positions and Headways for Minimum Cost”; Traffic Flow and Transportation; Editor: G.F. Newell; American Elsevier, 1972, pp. 347‑360.

8.22 (With W. S. Homburger): “Transit Federation ‑ A Solution for Service Integration”; (in French, English and German) ‑ Revue de l’UITP No. 2, 1972, pp. 73‑100; Brussels, Belgium (an updated version of paper #8.19).

8.23 (With R. M. Stanger)*: “Lindenwold Rail Line and Shirley Busway ‑ A Comparison”; HR Record 459, pp. 13‑28; Washington, 1973.

8.24 (With M. J. Weston)*: “Urban Transportation Improvements Through Low Cost Traffic Engineering Measures”; HR Record 461, pp. 30‑34, Washington, 1973.

8.25 “Skip‑Stop Operation as a Method for Transit Speed Increase”; Traffic Quarterly, April 1973, pp. 307‑327.

8.26 Discussion of Reports 3a, 3b, and 6; Proceedings of the 39th UITP Congress in The Hague; UITP, Brussels, 1973.

8.27 “Quo Vadis, ASCE?”; Civil Engineering, June 1973, pp. 59‑61.

8.28 “Rapid Transit Automation and the Last Crew Member”; Railway Gazette International, October 1973, pp. 382‑385; London.

8.29 (With S. Kikuchi)*: “Design of Outlying Rapid Transit Station Areas”; TR Record 505, pp. 1-12, Washington, 1974.

8.30 (With E. L. Tennyson and W. C. Underwood)*: “Application of Guidelines for Improvement of Transit Service and Operating Efficiency”; TR Record 519, pp. 66‑72, Washington, 1974.

8.31 “National Transportation Policy ‑ The Basic Prerequisite for Progress”; Hearings, Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropri­ations, U.S. House of Representatives; Part I, pp. 217‑253. USGPO Washington, 1974.

8.32 (With R. M. Stanger)*: “New Transit Technologies: An Objective Analysis is Overdue”; Railway Gazette International, Oct. 1974, pp. 384‑387; London.

8.33 (With B. F. Day and R. M. Stanger)*: “Rail Transit: Characteris­tics, Innovations and Trends”; TR Record 552, pp. 1‑18, Washington, 1975.

8.34 (With B. F. Day)*: “Some Comments on Bus Capacity Analysis”; Discussion of a paper by Levinson/Hoey; TR Record 546, pp. 41‑42, Washington, 1975.

8.35 Discussion of a paper by Boyd, et al.; TR Record 559, pp. 45‑47,Washington, 1976.

8.36 “Comparative Analysis and Selection of Transit Modes”; TR Record 559, pp. 51‑62, Washington, 1976.

8.37 “Schnellbahn Automation und “der Letzte Mann” am Zug”; adapted translation of #8.28; Verkehr und Technik, March 1975, pp. 90‑94.

8.38 “Urban Transportation Policy: Time for Reorientation”; written testimony to the Transportation Committee of the National Con­ference of Democratic Mayors; New Orleans, 22 March 1975.

8.39 “Place of Light Rail in the Family of Transit Modes”; TRB Special Report 161, pp. 62‑76, 1975. Also published in Saobracaj u gradovima (in Serbian); Belgrade, 1977.

8.40 (With B. F. Day and B. Anderson)*: “Theoretical and Practical Capacities of Transit Modes”; presented at the IntersocietyConference of Transportation, Atlanta, 1975.

8.41 “Evaluating UMTA’s Work”; Proceedings of the R & D Priorities Conferences, DOT/UMTA with APTA, Washington, February 1976, pp. 7‑99, and Nov.‑Dec. 1976, pp. 52‑54.

8.42 “Skip‑Stop Operation: High Speed with Good Area Coverage” (in French, English and German ‑ revised version of #8.25), UITP Revue, No. 2, Brussels, 1976.

8.43 “Transit Regulation: Improve It, Decrease It, or Eliminate It?”; Transit Journal November 1976, pp. 5‑14. Also published in: Urban Transportation Economics, TRB Special Report 181, 1978, pp. 76‑79.

8.44 Discussions of Reports 3a, 4 and 8; Proceedings of the 41st UITP Congress in Montreal; UITP, Brussels, 1977.

8.45 “Rail Transit in Perspective”; Rail Transit Conference of APTA,Washington, June 1977.

8.46 “Heavy Obstacles for Light Rail;” Highlights from the paper #8.49; Railway Age, 12 Sep. 1977, pp. 62‑63.

8.47 “Which Mode Can Save Most Energy? No Simple Answer Exists”, written testimony for the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, 5 Oct. 1977.

8.48 “Integrated Urban Transportation ‑ A Major Challenge for Trans-­portation Engineers”, Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Mexico City, Oct. 1977.

8.49 “Current Trends: Problems and Prospects of Light‑Rail Transit”; TRB Special Report 182, “Light‑Rail Transit: Planning and Technology”; pp. 8‑12, 1978.

8.50 “Die Bedeutung des öffentlichen Nahverkehrs aus nordamerikanischer Sicht”; Schriftenreihe für Verkehr und Technik, Heft 67, pp. 76‑100; Bielefeld, W. Germany, 1978.

8.51 “Light Rail Transit in Boston ‑ Symbol of a New Era”; Proceedings of the International Symposium “Roads in Towns”, sponsored by Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, 16‑18 May 1979; pp. 17‑1 to 17‑18. Also published in Japanese trans­lation of the Proceedings, pp. 17‑1 to 17‑12.

8.52 (With R.M. Stanger), “The Design of Bus‑Rail Transit Facilities”; Transit Journal, APTA, Washington, Fall 1979, pp. 61‑72.

8.53 “High‑Performance Transit Planning, Modes and Networks”; Proceedings of Mass Rapid Transit System Seminar; Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 1980; pp. 17‑72.

8.54 “Designers widen the urban rail options”; Railway Gazette International, Jan. 1982, (4 pp.), London.

8.55 (With S. Kikuchi), “Transit Vehicle Stopping Regimes and Spacings”; Transportation Science, Vol. 16, No. 3, Aug. 1982, pp. 311‑331.

8.56 “Javni gradski promet: sistemi i tehnologija” (adapted sections from Vuchic’s book); Suvremeni promet March 1982, pp. 239‑243; Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

8.57 “Transportation Technologies for Cities in Developing Countries”; paper in English, French and Spanish, presented at CODATU II Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, Oct. 1982.

8.58 (With T. J. Potter)* “Train Crew Reduction for Increased Produc­tivity of Rail Transit”; TR Record 908, pp. 51‑57, Washington, 1983.

8.59 “Analytical Review of Guided Transit Systems”; in Rapid Transport Systems, Proceedings of the Conference on Advanced Rapid Transit Systems in Amalfi, Italy in Oct. 1983; pp. 141‑152. ICTS ‑ Elsevier, 1985.

8.60 “The auto versus transit controversy: Toward a rational synthesis of urban transportation policy”; Transportation Research Special Issue on Public Policy; Vol. 18A, No. 2, pp. 125-133, Spring 1984.

8.61 “Transit Technology Today”; Proceedings, Symposium on Recent Developments of Urban Transit Technology, pp. A‑1 ‑ A‑30; Nov. 1984, Taipei.

8.61a “Tecnologia dei trasporti urbani di massa”; Ingegneria Ferroviaria, Nov. 1986, pp. 767-775, 780; Roma (translation of #8.61).

8.62 “O‑Bahn ‑ Description and Evaluation of a New Concept”; TR Record 1011, pp. 8‑15, Washington, 1985.

8.63 (With R. M. Stanger) “Automated Guided Transit versus Conventional Rail”; TR News 120, pp. 8‑13; Washington, Sep/Oct. 1985.

8.64 “Light rail transit ‑ Ugly duckling becomes a swan”; Railway Gazette International, Nov. 1985, pp. 829‑835; London.

8.65 (With S. Kikuchi)* “Planning an Integrated Regional Rail Network: Philadelphia Case”; TR Record 1036, pp. 51‑62; Washington, 1985.

8.66 “Der spurgeführte Bus ‑ Analyse und Vergleich der O‑Bahn mit anderen ÖPNV‑Systemen”; Der Nahverkehr June 1985, pp. 44‑50; Düsseldorf, W. Germany.

8.67 “Deregulation: a return to the primitive”; City Transport, May/June 1986, pp. 18‑20; London.

8.68 “Trends in the Development of Urban Passenger Transport Systems and Vehicles”; Proceedings of the XXI FISITA Congress, pp. 2.29‑2.35; Belgrade, 2‑6 June 1986.

8.69 “Recent Transit Developments in North America”; Proceedings of the Symposium on Public Transport Futures, Nottingham, April 1986, pp. 69-84.

8.70 “Metro systems in year 2000: modernization, diversification and expansion”; (in English, French and German); UITP Revue, 4/1986, pp. 307-334, Brussels.

8.71 “Deregulierung – ein Rückfall ins Primitive?” (modified and updated translation of #8.67); Der Gastkommentar in Der Nahverkehr, January 1987, pp. 6-8.

8.72 “Urban Transit: A Public Asset of National Significance”; Urban Resources Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 3-6, 63; University of Cincinnati, 1987.

8.73 (With A. Musso) “Characteristics of Metro Networks and Methodology for Their Evaluation”; TR Record 1162, pp. 22-33, Washington, 1988.

8.73a “Karakteristike metro mreza i metodologija za njihovo vrednovanje”; Serbo-Croatian translation of an adapted version of #8.73; Saobracaj u gradovima, 1/1991, pp. 1-12, Belgrade.

8.74 “Design, Evaluation and Selection of Transit Systems: Theory and Practice”; Proceedings of the Conference on les Transports Collectifs Urbains, Ecole Nacionale des Ponts et Chaussees, pp. 287-299, Paris, 1988.

8.75 (With A. Bata)* “U.S. cities lead fight against graffiti”; Railway Gazette International January 1989, pp. 39-41.

8.76 “The Great Debate: Potential Roles of Different Transit Modes” TRB Special Report 221, pp. 62-65, 1989.

8.77 “National Transportation Policy – Urban/Suburban Systems”; written testimony at the DOT Hearing in Philadelphia, 30 August 1989.

8.78 Review of the book “Urban Railways and the Civil Engineer”; Transportation Science, ORSA, Vol. 23, No. 4, November 1989, pp. 300-301.

8.79 (With O. Olanipekun)* “Lindenwold Rail Line and New Jersey Transit Buses: a Comparison”; TR Record 1266, pp. 123-138, Washington, 1990.

8.80 “Prospects for Competitiveness of Urban Public Transport”; Proceedings of Urbania, International Seminar in Padova, Italy, 19-23 February 1991; 9. pp.

8.80a “Considerazioni e proposte per la competitivita del trasporto pubblico urbano”; Italian translation of paper #8.80; Ingegneria Ferroviaria, Luglio-Agosto 1991, pp. 464-467.

8.81 “From Suburban Railways to Regional Rail Systems”; Proceedings of S-Bahn nach Mass, International Conference in Zürich, 24-26 Apr. 1991; pp. 107-116.

8.82 (With A. Musso)* “Theory and practice of metro network design” (in English, French and German); Public Transport International, 3/1991, pp. 298-325, Brussels.

8.83 “Recognizing the Value of Rail Transit” TR News 156, Sep.-Oct. 1991, pp. 13-19, Washington.

8.84 “The Role of Automated Guided Transit Systems in Urban Transportation” (in English and Korean); Proceedings of the International Symposium on Automated Guided Transit, Seoul, 1-2 Dec. 1992; published by Korea Transport Institute, pp. 129-148.

8.85 “Regional Rail Developments in North America”; invited paper; Proceedings of the 6th World Conference on Transport Research – WCTR, Lyon, June 1992; 12 pp.

8.86 (With A. Musso)* “The Role and Organization of Transfers in Transit Networks”; Proceedings of the 6th World Conference on Transport Research – WCTR, Lyon, June 1992; 12 pp.

8.87 “The Family of Urban Transport Modes”; The Urban Transport Industries Report 1993; pp. 20-22; Campden Publishing Ltd., London, Great Britain.

8.88 “The Role of Rail Transit in Contemporary Cities”; in The City as a Human Environment, pp. 105-112. Praeger, 1994.

8.89 (With S. Kikuchi, N. Krstanoski & Y.E. Shin)* “The Negative Impacts of HOVs on Transit”; Proceedings of the 7th National HOV Conference in Los Angeles, June 1994.

8.90 “Urban Transportation – a Special Challenge for Civil Engineers”; Proceedings of the JSCE 80th Anniversary International Symposium, Yokohama, Japan, 1994; pp. 275-290.

8.91 “Erfahrungen mit Busspuren in USA”; Der Nahverkehr 11/1994, pp. 61-64; Düsseldorf, Germany.

8.92 (With S. Kikuchi, N. Krstanoski & Y. E. Shin)* “Negative Impacts of Busway and Bus Lane Conversions into High-Occupancy Vehicle Facilities”; TR Record 1496, pp. 75-86, Washington, 1995.

8.93 (With E. C. Bruun) “Time-Area Concept: Development, Meaning and Applications”; TR Record 1499, pp. 95-104, Washington, 1995.

8.94 “Transportation for Livable Seoul”; Proceedings of the International Seminar “Seoul – a Livable City”; Seoul, 1995.

8.95 “Deregulation: A Return to the Primitive”; an updated and expanded version of #8.67, in English and Serbo-Croatian; Urban Transportation 2/1996, pp.3-10; Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

8.96 (With F. DeFalco, T. Young & J.-C. Ziv) “Linea C: la scelta tecnologica – Un’ expertise internazionale”; Comune di Roma, Campidoglio, 1996. Vuchic’s report pp. 21-30.

8.97 “Personal Rapid Transit: An Unrealistic System”; Urban Transport International 7/1996, p.35; also in The Urban Transportation Monitor, Nov. 22, 1996, p.7; discussion in Dec. 20, 1996 issue.

8.98 (With Y.E. Shin, E.C. Bruun & N. Krstanoski)* “Urban Transportation Policies and Practices in the United States and Its Peer Countries”; TR Record 1576, pp. 132-139; Washington, 1997.

8.99 (With Y.J. Lee & Y.E. Shin)* “Travel Costs and Intermodal Distribution In Urban Transportation”; TR Record 1649, pp. 105-112; Washington, 1998.

8.100 (With A. Musso)* “Increasing Potential of Road Pricing for Improved Efficiency of Urban Transportation”; Proceedings, 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, Belgium, 1998.

8.101 “LRT – A Dynamic Transit Mode with Continuing Innovations”; Proceedings, UITP Third International Light Rail Conference, 30 Sep. – 2 Oct. 1996.

8.101a Review of the book “Alternate Route: Toward Efficient Urban Transportation” by Winston and Shirley, Brookings Institution Press, 1998. In Transportation Journal vol.38/No.3, Spring 1999, pp. 68-70. Also published in The Urban Transportation Monitor, May 28, 1999, pp. 4-7.

8.102 (With E.C.Bruun, V.R.Vuchic and Y.E.Shin) “Graphical Schedules – A Powerful Tool for Service Planning and Control”; Journal of Public Transportation Vol.2, No.2, 1999, pp. 1-24.

8.103 “Achieving Intermodal Balance for Efficiency and Livability of Cities”; Proceedings, UITP 53rd Congress in Toronto, 1999.

8.104 “Die Automatisierung des U-Bahn-Systems und Erfahrungen aus Nordamerika”; Internationales Forum zum automatischen U-Bahn-Betrieb B Tagungsband; pp. 221-235; BVG, Berlin, 2000.

8.105 “Light Rail Transit System: Its Forms and Roles in Urban Areas”; Proceedings of the LRT Workshop B 2000 University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, Mar. 2000, pp. 27-32.

8.106 “Comparison of LRT with Bus Semirapid Transit System”; Proceedings, UITP 5th LRT Conference in Melbourne; UITP, Brussels, Belgium, 2001.

8.107 “Selection of Maglev Questioned” and “Maglev vs. High Speed Rail: The Debate”; The Urban Transportation Monitor, resp. 16 Feb. and 30 Mar. 2001, pp. 8-11.

8.108 “Medium Capacity Guided Transit Systems”; Proceedings of the Workshop on Medium-Capacity Transit, Korea Railroad Research Institute, Korea, 25-26 Apr. 2002, pp. 45-72.

8.109 “Städte und Stadtverkehr im 21. Jahrhundert”; Der Nahverkehr 3/2002, pp. 13-18.

8.110 (With J. M. Casello)* “Evaluation of Maglev Technology and Its Comparison with High‑Speed Rail”; Transportation Quarterly, Vol. 56, Spring 2002, pp. 33-49.

8.111 “Bus Semirapid Transit Mode Development and Evaluation”; Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2002, pp. 71-95.

8.112 (With J. M. Casello)* “Washington Metro: Planning for Growth”; Urban Transport International, No. 40, Mar/Apr 2002, pp. 26-30.

8.113 “Urban Public Transportation Systems” in Section 6.40 Transportation Engineering and Planning of UNESCO – Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems – EOLSS, edited by T.J.Kim; EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, UK, 2003; 24 pages. []

8.114 “Livable Cities ‑ Will Transportation Professionals Answer the Challenge?” Transportation Research News, Nov.-Dec. 2003, pp. 22-26.

8.115 (With Y. E. Shin, P.-S. Sin and C.-G. Eun) “Planning for the First Light Rail Transit System in Korea”; TR Record 1872, pp. 46-55; Washington, DC 2004.

8.116 “Ensuring Sustainability through Mass Transit”; Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Urban Public Transportation Systems, ASCE, 2004, pp. 483-489.

8.117 (With Young-Jae Lee) “Transit Network Design with Variable Demand”; Journal of Transportation Engineering, vol. 131 #1, Jan. 2005, pp. 1-10.

8.118 “Light rail and BRT: Competitive or complementary?” Public Transport International 05/2005, pp. 10-13.

8.119 “Refuting Misconceptions and Misinformation About Transit”; Passenger Transport, Vol. 58, No. 38, 25 Sept. 2000, pp. 4, 70.

8.120 “Transportation Problems of Moscow and Possible Solutions” (in Russian); Akademia Arhitekturi i Stroitel’stva 4/2005, pp. 41-43. Moscow.

8.121 (With J. Casello & R. Wright) “Context-Sensitive Urban Transportation Design in West Philadelphia”; TR Record 1956, 2006, pp. 165-174.

8.122 (With Huafang Cui) “Impacts of Suppressing Bicycles on Mobility and Transportation Efficiency”; Proceedings of the 6th Asia-Pacific Transportation Development Conference in Hong Kong and Macau; 29 May-1 June 2006.

8.123 “Transportation Systems Policies for Sustainable Cities;” Thermal Science vol. 12/4, 2008, pp. 7-17.

8.124 “Implementing the Solutions: Measures for Achieving Intermodal Balance;” pp. 284-296 in E. Birch, Ed., The Urban and Regional Planning Reader, Rutledge, 2009.

8.125 (With Jeffrey Casello) “Transit Planning,” Chapter 16, pp.679-775, in M. Meyer (Ed.) Transportation Planning Handbook, 4th Edition, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC. 2009.

8.126 “Transportation for Liveable Cities: Problems, Obstacles and Successful Solutions;”pp. 105-130 in Ling & Yuen, Editors, World Cities Achieving Liveability and Vibrancy; World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, 2010.

8.127 “Maintaining performance with full automation;” Metro Report International, March 2014, pp. 36-39. London, UK.

8.128 “Planning, design and operation of rail transit networks;” Metro Report International, December 2014, pp. 48-53. London, UK.

9. Reports and Manuals

9.1             Interstation Spacings for Line‑haul Passenger Transportation; report of the Operations Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, to the National Bureau of Standards, 1966; 144 pages.

9.2             (With D. E. Boyce), A Critique of the DVRPC 1985 Regional Transportation Plan; University of Pennsylvania, Oct. 1969; 19 pages.

9.3             (Editor and co‑author), Minicar Transit Systems; Final Report of the multidisciplinary research group, University of Pennsylvania, to UMTA ‑ U.S. Department of Transportation; Sep. 1970; 274 pages.

9.4             Value of Speed in Public Transit Services; Transportation Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, 1970; 57 pages.

9.5 Light Rail Transit System ‑ A Definition and Evaluation; report to UMTA through the Transportation Systems Center, Cambridge, MA, 1972; 111 pages.


9.6             (With S. Kikuchi)* Design of Outlying Rapid Transit Stations; report to UMTA ‑ US Department of Transportation; NTIS, Spring­ field, VA, 1973; report PB 223279, 52 pages.

9.7 Integration of Transit Systems; report UMTA RI‑06‑0005‑73‑3 by Interplan Corporation, Vuchic co‑author; 4 volumes; NTIS Spring­field, VA, June 1973.

9.8 Design for a National Urban Transportation Reporting System; report to UMTA-US DOT, 1976. 86 pp.

9.9             Light Rail Transit‑‑A State‑of‑the‑Art Review; report to UMTA‑DOT by DeLeuw, Cather & Company, Vuchic consultant; 1976.

9.10           Land Use Impacts of Rapid Transit:  Implications of Recent Experience; report by De Leuw, Cather & Company to the Department of Transportation; Vuchic consultant; Aug. 1977.

9.11           (With S. Hessami)*, Parking Policy as a Transportation SystemManagement Measure; report to UMTA‑US DOT; NTIS, Springfield, VA, 1978; 67 pages.

9.12 Report on Interstate 476; Congressman Edgar’s Transportation Advisory Committee (Vuchic Chairman); Feb. 1979; 51 pages.

9.13 Timed Transfer System Planning, Design and Operation; Report to UMTA; program report DOT‑I‑83‑28; 124 pages.

9.14 Train Crew Reduction for Increased Productivity of Rail Transit; report to UMTA ‑ US DOT; NTIS, Springfield, VA, 1982; 86 pages.

9.15 De Leuw, Cather & Company; Light Rail Transit: Surface Operations (a. report; b. Technical Appendix); Vuchic co‑author. Report to UMTA/DOT‑IT‑06‑0103; Washington, 1981.



9.16           (With H. Felz and D. Howard), South Edmonton Light Rail Transit Plan Review; report to the City of Edmonton, Canada, April 1982; 46 pages.

9.17           Levinson and Weant (Editors), Urban Transportation Perspectives and Prospects (includes an adapted version of paper #8.29 by  Vuchic and Kikuchi, pp. 275‑281); Eno Foundation, Westport, CT, 1982.

9.18           Transportation in Philadelphia; report of the Task Force on Transportation, co‑chaired by Vuchic and W. B. Allen, part of the study “Phila­delphia Past, Present and Future”, 1982; (Vuchic wrote a section on Passenger Transportation, 29 pages).

9.19           (With S. Kikuchi)*, General Operations Plan for the SEPTA Regional High Speed System; report to SEPTA, Philadelphia, PA, 1984; 220  pp.


With Mr. Louis Gambaccini, SEPTA’ GM,1984.

9.20           Contributor to the Report on the Regional High Speed Lines by Thompson and Coleman, submitted to SEPTA, Philadelphia, 1985.

9.21           (With S. Kikuchi)*, Infrastructure and Operational Improvements of the SEPTA Regional Rail System; report to SEPTA, Philadelphia, 1987; 124 pp.

9.22           (With P. Newman and D. Howard), A Review of Northern Suburbs Rapid Transit Options; Report of Expert Panel to Minister of Transport of Western Australia; Perth, Australia, October 1988; 27 pp.

9.23           (With R. Landgraf & T. Parkinson)*, A Future for the Philadelphia Surface Streetcar System; report to the City of Philadelphia and SEPTA by the Peer Review Group; January 1990; 55 pp.

9.24           New York City Transit Authority Control Center Modernization Project, Phase I; report to NYCTA, April 1990; 149 pp.

9.25           (With S. Kukuchi)*, Recommendations for Improvement of Green Lines Subway Operations; report to SEPTA, Philadelphia, June 1990; 98 pp.

9.26           (With S. Kikuchi et al.)*, A Plan for SEPTA’s Regional Metrorail System; report to SEPTA, Philadelphia, April 1993; ~170 pp.

9.27           (With S. Kikuchi)*, Short-term Improvements for SEPTA’s Regional Rail System; report to SEPTA, Philadelphia, June 1994, ~75 pp.

9.28 (With S. Kikuchi et al.)*, The Bus Transit System: Its Underutilized Potential; report to the Federal Transit Administration, (FTA – DOT), Washington, May 1994, ~82 pp.


9.29           (With A. Young & J.-C. Ziv)* Selection of Technology for Metro Line C in Rome; report to the Mayor of Rome; December 1995.

9.30           Cars, Transit and Livable Cities; Report to The Energy Foundation, 1996, ~120 pp.

9.31           Transportation Improvements for Increased Livability in the Philadelphia Region; Report sponsored by the William Penn Foundation, Philadelphia, 1999; 46 pages.

9.32           The Maglev Transportation Systems and the Baltimore-Washington Proposed Project – an Independent Review; report to Citizens Planning and Housing Association, Baltimore, MD, January 2001. 29 pp.

9.33           (With Jean-Claude Ziv and Thor Haatveit),* Transport v Moskve (in Russian); 75 pp; Gorodskie Proekty, Moscow, 2013.