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64 REFERENCES 1. DREDF, The Collaborative, KFH Group, and TranSystems Corporation, Accessible Transit Services for All, sponsored by the Office of Research, Federal Transit Administration, Demonstration and Innovation, U.S. Department of Trans- portation, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2014. 2. Gilbert, G. and R. Samuels, The Taxicab: An Urban Transportation Survivor, The University of North Caro- lina Press, Chapel Hill and London, 1982. 3. Cooper, J., R. Mundy, and J. Nelson, Taxi! Urban Econo- mies and the Social and Transport Impacts of the Taxicab, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Surrey, England, 2010. 4. Gilbert, G., T. Cook, A. Nalevanko, and L. Everett-Lee, TCRP Report 75: The Role of the Private-for-Hire Vehicle Industry in Public Transit, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2002. 5. 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