In-text references are numberic, based on reference order. Repeated references reuse the original number.
... Different pedestrian behaviour is associated not only with different physical characteristics but also the differing purpose of pedestrians (1, 2). Studies have been carried out for crowds associated with transportation systems (3, 4, 5), sporting and general spectator occasions (6), holy sites (7, 8), political demonstrations (9), and fire escapes (10).The bibliography output is as follows:
1. Polus, A., J.L. Schofer, and A. Ushpi. Pedestrian flow and level of service. Journal of Transportation Engineering Proceedings, ASCE, Vol. 109, 1983, pp. 46-57.To use this, download the file below and place it in the
2. Toshiyuki, A. Prediction system of passenger flow, in Engineering for Crowd Safety, Smith, R.A., and J.F. Dickie. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1993, pp. 249-258.
3. Smith, R.A., and J.F. Dickie. Engineering for Crowd Safety. Amsterdam, 1993.
4. Tanaka, T. A study for performance based design of means of escape in fire, in Fire Safety Science – Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium, Cox, G., and B. Langford. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1991, pp. 729-738.
5. Wikipedia contributors. List of metro systems. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, June 17, 2010. http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_metro_systems&oldid=368658114. Accessed June 17, 2010.
<winword.exe directory>\Bibliography\Styledirectory. Reopen Word and it should show up in the list of available styles as "TRB [Minchin.ca]". This remains a work in progress, and so if you find this useful or find something that needs to be corrected, please contact me!
TRB Bibliography format for Word 2007/2010 (right-click and select "Save Link As...")