Patrick A. Witte
Patrick A. Witte
Assistant Professor, Department of Human Geography and Planning, Utrecht University
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Governing inland ports: a multi-dimensional approach to addressing inland port–city challenges in European transport corridors
P Witte, B Wiegmans, F van Oort, T Spit
Journal of Transport Geography 36, 42-52, 2014
462014
Comparing China's urban systems in high-speed railway and airline networks
H Yang, F Dobruszkes, J Wang, M Dijst, P Witte
Journal of transport geography 68, 233-244, 2018
212018
Characteristics of European inland ports: A statistical analysis of inland waterway port development in Dutch municipalities
B Wiegmans, P Witte, T Spit
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 78, 566-577, 2015
202015
Capitalising on Spatiality in E uropean Transport Corridors
P Witte, F Van Oort, B Wiegmans, T Spit
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 104 (4), 510-517, 2013
192013
Chokepoints in corridors: Perspectives on bottlenecks in the European transport network
PA Witte, BW Wiegmans, FG van Oort, TJM Spit
Research in Transportation Business & Management 5, 57-66, 2012
182012
How smart is smart? Theoretical and empirical considerations on implementing smart city objectives–a case study of Dutch railway station areas
L de Wijs, P Witte, S Geertman
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 29 (4), 424-441, 2016
152016
Financiering van gebiedsontwikkeling. Een empirische analyse van grondexploitaties
E Buitelaar, P Witte
Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving, 2011
152011
Ships time in port
B Slack, C Comtois, B Wiegmans, P Witte
International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics 10 (1), 45-62, 2018
142018
Efficiency of inland waterway container terminals: Stochastic frontier and data envelopment analysis to analyze the capacity design-and throughput efficiency
B Wiegmans, P Witte
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 106, 12-21, 2017
142017
Facilitating start-ups in port-city innovation ecosystems: A case study of Montreal and Rotterdam
P Witte, B Slack, M Keesman, JH Jugie, B Wiegmans
Journal of Transport Geography 71, 224-234, 2018
132018
Weakest link or strongest node? Comparing governance strategies for inland ports in transnational European corridors
P Witte, B Wiegmans, C Braun, T Spit
Research in transportation business & management 19, 97-105, 2016
132016
A critical review on the evolution and development of inland port research
P Witte, B Wiegmans, AKY Ng
Journal of Transport Geography 74, 53-61, 2019
102019
Comparing passenger flow and time schedule data to analyse High-Speed Railways and urban networks in China
H Yang, M Dijst, P Witte, H van Ginkel, J Wang
Urban Studies 56 (6), 1267-1287, 2019
82019
Inland port performance: a statistical analysis of Dutch inland ports
B Wiegmans, P Witte, T Spit
Transportation Research Procedia 8, 145-154, 2015
82015
European corridors as carriers of dynamic agglomeration externalities?
P Witte, F Van Oort, B Wiegmans, T Spit
European Planning Studies 22 (11), 2326-2350, 2014
82014
The Corridor Chronicles. Integrated perspectives on European transport corridor development
PA Witte
Eburon Academic Publishers, 2014
72014
Competition or complementarity in Dutch inland port development: A case of overproximity?
P Witte, B Wiegmans, JP Rodrigue
Journal of Transport Geography 60, 80-88, 2017
52017
Sectoral drawbacks in transport: Towards a new analytical framework on European transport corridors
P Witte, T Spit
Analytical Decision-Making Methods for Evaluating Sustainable Transport in …, 2014
52014
Rail and road freight transport network efficiency of Canada, member states of the EU, and the USA
B Wiegmans, A Champagne-Gelinas, S Duchesne, B Slack, P Witte
Research in Transportation Business & Management 28, 54-65, 2018
32018
Active land policy in small municipalities in the Netherlands:“We don’t do it, unless...”
T van Oosten, P Witte, T Hartmann
Land use policy 77, 829-836, 2018
32018
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