Publications and Presentations
Publications Presentations Presentations

Books:

Lerner-Lam, E. and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu. The Standard English-Chinese and Chinese- English Transportation Glossary. First Edition. Forthcoming. 2008.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel). Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals. America Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2007.

Liu, Rongfang. Assess Intermodal Transfer Penalties. University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl. 1996.

Liu, Rongfang, Y. Cai and M. Jiang. URBANOLOGY. Science Propagation Press House. Beijing, 1989.

Peer Reviewed Journals:

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel) and H. Schachter, "Mobility Information Needs of Immigrants with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in New Jersey.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. Vol. 5(2) Pp 89-108. 2007.

Chen, Mei, J. Xia, and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu, "Developing a Strategy for Imputing Missing Volume Data" Journal of Transportation Research Forum, Vol. 45, Issues 13, Pp. 57-75. 2006.

Leone, Kelly and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu. “An Analysis of Security System Designs for Ferry Transportation” Transportation Research Record, Journal of Transportation Research Board. No 1955. National Academies. Washington DC. 2006.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel) and C. Guan. “The Mode Biases of Urban Transportation Policies in China and Their Implications” ASCE Journal of Urban Planning and Development and Planning, Volume 131, Number 2, 57-70. June 2005.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel), F. Yang, and M. Chen, “Understanding the Shared Operation of Commuter Rail Transit and Freight Railroads” Journal of Transportation Research Forum, Volume 44, Number 1, 157-172. Spring 2005.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel) and G. Li, “The Safety Perceptions of Road, Rail and Air and their Implication on Travel Choices” Advances in Transportation Studies: An International Journal, Section A 5 page 15-19. 2005.

Schachter, H. and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu. “Policy Development and New Immigrant Communities: A Case Study in Citizen’s Input in Defining Transit Problems” Public Administration Review (Premium journal in Public Administration), Vol. 65, no. 5, pp. 614-623. September/October 2005.

Leone, Kelly and Rongfang (Rachel) Liu. “The Key Design Parameters of Checked Baggage Security Screening Systems in Airports” Journal of Air Transportation Management, Vol. 11. Pp 69-78. Elsevier, United Kingdom. 2004.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel) and Y. Deng. “Comparing the Operating Characteristics of High-Speed Rail and Maglev Systems: A Case Study of Beijing-Shanghai Corridor” Transportation Research Record No. 1863, Journal of Transportation Research Board. Page 19-27. 2004.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel), D. Nelson, and A. Song. “A Comprehensive Approach for Rolling Stock Planning: Combining Train Performance Simulation and Life Cycle Cost Analysis” Journal of Transportation Research Forum, Vol. 43, No.1, Page 105 – 120. Spring 2004.

Liu, Rongfang (Rachel) and I. Golovitcher. “Energy Efficient Operation of Rail Vehicles” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Elsevier, United Kingdom. Volume 37, Issue 10, Pages 917-932, December 2003.

Leone, Kelly and Rongfang (Rachel) R. Liu. “Measures of Effectiveness for Passenger Baggage Security Screening” Transportation Research Record No. 1822, Journal of Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., Pages 40-48, 2003.

Liu, Rongfang, R. Pendyala, and S. Polzin. “A Simulation of the Effects of Intermodal Transfer Penalties on Transit Use,” Transportation Research Record 1623, The Journal of Transportation Research Board, pp. 88-95, 1998.

Liu, Rongfang, R. Pendyala, and S. Polzin. “An Assessment of Intermodal Transfer Penalties Using Stated Preference Data,” Transportation Research Record 1607, The Journal of Transportation Research Board, pp 74-80, 1997.

Liu, Rongfang. “Hereditary Features of Satellite Towns,” Geography and Territory Research, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 32-36, Beijing, 1988.

Liu, Rongfang. “Comprehensive View of Urban Sciences,” Urban Problems, No. 4, pp 43-45, Beijing, 1986.

Liu, Rongfang. “The Possibility for Yangtze River to Become the Second Yellow River,” Environmental Protection Intelligence, No. 1, pp 62-72, Beijing, 1985.