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Transportation Research Part A: General. Formerly part of Transportation Research; Continued as Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice; Explore journal content Latest issue Article collections All issues. Latest issues. Volume 25, Issue 6. pp. 327-473 (November 1991) Volume 25, Issue 5 . pp. 239-325 (September 1991) Volume 25, Issue 4. pp. 153-238 (July 1991) Volume 25. Read the latest articles of Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice at ScienceDirect.com, Elsevier's leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literatur L. Sun, I. Rahwan/Transportation Research Part A 100 (2017) 135-151 137. Algorithm 2. Functions used in Algorithm 1. In the initialization stage, we first distinguish initials in all papers. In doing so, we assign each initial with a unique suffix code (e.g., a number). For example, if we observe two ''Smith, A in two different papers, each of them will be assigned a unique number.

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Transportation Research: Part A contains papers of general interest in all passenger and freight transportation modes: policy analysis, formulation and evaluation; planning; interaction with the political, socioeconomic and physical environment; design, management and evaluation of transportation systems. Topics are approached from any discipline or perspective: economics, engineering. Transportation Research: Part A considers papers dealing with policy analysis (design, formulation and evaluation); planning; interaction with the political, socioeconomic and physical environments; and management and evaluation of transport systems. Topics may be approached from any discipline or perspective: economics, engineering, psychology, sociology, urbanism, etc., but must have a clear. C.K. Woo et al./Transportation Research Part A 82 (2015) 94-109 95. key findings are as follows. First, our comprehensive set of 27 (= 3 tunnels 9 vehicle types) disaggregate price elasticity estimates shows that the three tunnels are substitutes and that their usage is price-inelastic, thus corroborating the vehicle-specific own-price elasticity estimates in Hau et al. (2011, pp. 475.

to transportation and mode choice. However, very few studies have been published on dockless bike- and scooter-share systems (McKenzie, 2019). Given how scooters have disrupted shared micromobility, there is interest in investigating how people use these vehicles differently from station-based bikeshare vehicles. This study aims to fill a gap. 324 M. Hatzopoulou, E.J. Miller/Transportation Research Part A 43 (2009) 323-338. While many success stories exist whereby planning agencies have transitioned from the use of traditional 4-stage models to activity-based or integrated land-use and transport models, means adopted to achieve such a transition are highly context- specific and depend on local organizational structures for.

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Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice IF is increased by a factor of 0.87 and approximate percentage change is 24.44% when compared to preceding year 2017, which shows a rising trend. The impact factor (IF), also denoted as Journal impact factor (JIF), of an academic journal is a measure of the yearly average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal. X. Shan et al. Transportation Research Part A 118 (2018) 25-37 26. 3. HOV cross-weave effect upstream of off-ramps In this section, we present a simulation study to quantify the HOV cross-weave effect upstream of off-ramps in the partially limited access design, which is caused by HOVs' needs in cross-weaving over multiple GP lanes to take an exit ramp. This may result in a negative. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice Abréviation Standard du Journal (ISO4): « Transp Res Part A Policy Pract ».L'ISO 4 (Information et documentation - Règles pour l'abréviation des mots dans les titres et des titres des publications) est une norme de l'Organisation internationale de normalisation (ISO) qui définit un système uniforme pour les abréviations des titres des.

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  1. Transportation Research Part A 122 (2019) 85-98 86. need for ongoing research to address recent technological advancements. For example, over the last 50 years, roadside advertising signs have evolved from static images to incorporate digital displays and changing pictures/videos designed to capture drivers' attention. Therefore, these technological differences are likely to influence.
  2. V.J. Karplus et al./Transportation Research Part A 44 (2010) 620-641 621. as discussed above, the main trade-off in offering a longer all-electric range is the increased battery cost against the addi-tional savings in avoided fuel costs. With regard to users habits, households could reduce trip length or take other measures to increase driving on battery power alone, thereby raising the UF.
  3. H. Younes, et al. Transportation Research Part A 134 (2020) 308-320 309. and non-commuting trips (Jia and Fu, 2019; Xin et al., 2018). Luo et al. (2018) analyzed DBS and ride-hailing in New York City and found that multimodal connections between the two modes reduce passenger trip times and decrease road congestion (Luo et al., 2018). Ai et al. (2019) sought to measure traveler's tolerance.

⁎ Corresponding author at: Transport Research Centre -TRANSyT-, Department of Transport and Territory, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, C/ Profesor Aranguren, 3, 28041 Madrid, Spain. E-mail addresses: julio.soria-lara@upm.es (J.A. Soria-Lara), david.banister@ouce.ox.ac.uk (D. Banister). Transportation Research Part A 110 (2018) 26-3 I. Docherty et al. Transportation Research Part A 115 (2018) 114-125 115. Contemporary imaginings of Smart Mobility - which, as we noted above, are often highly producer-led - offer optimistic visions of a society in which technological advances have delivered a benign mobility system that all users can access seamlessly and on-demand, avoiding much of the waste, pollution and. 278 G.J. Kwoka et al./Transportation Research Part A 80 (2015) 277-287. systems to remain competitive with the private automobile, Cervero and Landis (1997) argued that station areas need to capture even larger shares of future employment growth in addition to housing. Much of the previous research has emphasized the relationship of transit station areas and TODs on work-related trips. But.

168 H. Johnson, L. Styhre/Transportation Research Part A 71 (2015) 167-178. Traditionally, maritime transport services have been divided into three major modes: liner shipping, tramp shipping and industrial shipping. Liner shipping provides regular services between specified ports according to timetables and usually car-ries cargo for a number of cargo owners, while tramp shipping is. 68 E. Holden et al./Transportation Research Part A 54 (2013) 67-77. as ecologically sustainable in the long term. The Brundtland Report claims that: 'Sustainable development clearly requires economic growth in places where such [human] needs are not being met. Elsewhere, it can be consistent with economic growth, provided the content of growth reflects the broad principles of.

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  1. 346 M. Abou-Zeid, M. Ben-Akiva/Transportation Research Part A 45 (2011) 345-361. et al., 1996) and in several other applications (Diener and Fujita, 1997). In the context of travel, dimensions of comparison could include travel time, auto availability, or mode of travel. Numerous studies have supported the relationship between overall happiness or well-being and behavior, demonstrating that.
  2. The economics and engineering of bus stops: Spacing, design and congestion Alejandro Tirachini⇑ Transport Engineering Division, Civil Engineering Department, Universidad de Chile, Blanco Encalada 2002, Santiago, Chil
  3. ing accessibility by public transport is an effective tool to evaluate the distribution of services in a region, particularly to assess how the transport system benefits different populations (Foth et al., 2013; Pucher and Renne, 2003; Sanchez et al., 2004). Equity within transport studies often refers to the.

412 A. Aboudina et al./Transportation Research Part A 94 (2016) 411-430. 2. Modeling framework This section presents a framework for evaluation of variable congestion pricing policies as a method of spatial and tem-poral traffic management. The proposed framework integrates departure time choice and route choice within a large-scale dynamic traffic simulation environment. The framework is. 168 D.J. Fagnant, K. Kockelman/Transportation Research Part A 77 (2015) 167-181. 2. Potential impacts of autonomous vehicles AV operations are inherently different from human-driven vehicles. AVs can be programmed to not break traffic laws. They do not drink and drive. Their reaction times are quicker and they can be optimized to smooth traffic flows, improve fuel economy, and reduce. L.M. Gardner et al./Transportation Research Part A 49 (2013) 76-90 77. for the proposed research, and to highlight the pieces of literature directly applicable to the problem at hand. Consequently, the literature review first covers basic traffic assignment models, particularly those that have incorporated PEVs, followed by the role of demand uncertainty in travel assignment models. Z. Li et al./Transportation Research Part A 47 (2013) 56-68 57. The study also showed that the socio-demographics can only explain a limited extent of travelers' attitudes. The findings of above studies significantly support the work of the current study on the attitude-based market segmentation analysis for the bicycle commuting market. Travelers' attitudes are often unobservable that.

N.E. Burger et al./Transportation Research Part A 66 (2014) 162-172 163. Nevertheless, estimating a cell phone ban's theoretical effectiveness and measuring actual effectiveness will not neces-sarily produce the same results. Two recent studies evaluate the effect of cell phone ban policy using collision data. Highway Loss Data Institute (2009) analyze state level automobile insurance. G.J. Power et al./Transportation Research Part A 90 (2016) 50-68 51. Brandao and Dyer, 2005; Brandao et al., 2005; Longstaff and Schwartz, 2001; Trigeorgis, 1991, 1993, 1996).3 In this section, we situate our paper's contributionto previous research. Garvin and Ford (2012) provide a recent survey of the literature on real options in transportation and construction. Early contributions. H. Ševcˇíková et al./Transportation Research Part A 45 (2011) 540-553 541. described by triple-convergence (Downs, 2004). In this paper, we set out to explore these questions using a land use model, UrbanSim (Waddell, 2002; Waddell et al., 2003, 2007), coupled with a four-step transportation model implemented by the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC). The approach we develop is Bayesian. G. Boisjoly et al. Transportation Research Part A 116 (2018) 434-445 435. the scale or quantity of the service levels, as opposed to the quality. The general consensus within these studies is that increased service levels, however they are measured, have positive impacts on overall transit ridership, with ridership typically measured using the total unlinked passenger trips given that. 766 J. Wang et al./Transportation Research Part A 43 (2009) 765-778. how various nodes are connected to each other. For most transportation networks such as railway, actual travel distances between nodes through a network need to be considered. Also, variation of accessibility across different places should be evaluated. The distance matrix L compensates for the shortcomings of the above.

C.-S.N. Shiau et al./Transportation Research Part A 43 (2009) 814-828 815. lines in Fig. 1 show that unreformed and predicted standards for 2011-2020. Second, the significant jump in car fuel econ-omy standard means that CAFE standards will catch up to the national fleet average, which has exceeded the standard sub-stantially in recent years, while the regulation has merely served as a. C. Carrion, D. Levinson/Transportation Research Part A 46 (2012) 720-741 721. as a centrality measure (e.g. mean) of the travel time distribution. The travel time variability (r T) is included as dispersion measure (e.g. standard deviation) of the travel time distribution. The c coefficients are exogenous parameters. Typically, the choice dimension is route choice, and the centrality. 252 Y. Fan et al./Transportation Research Part A 88 (2016) 251-264. Waiting time perceptions may vary depending on circumstances including transit service factors, such as on-time perfor-mance (Daskalakis and Stathopoulos, 2008) and service information (Monzon et al., 2013), as well as stop/station factors, such as surroundings, perceived security, and amenities such as enclosed waiting. Most Downloaded Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice Articles The most downloaded articles from SciVerse ScienceDirect in the last 90 days. 1. Performance indicators for public transit connectivity in multi-modal transportation networks August 2012 Sabyasachee Mishra | Timothy F. Welch | Manoj K. Jha Abstract: Connectivity plays a crucial role as agencies at the federal and. SafeTREC Publication in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. June 29, 2018. Submitted by Frances Fu. Congratulations to Julia BG et al. for publishing a new paper, A behavioral modeling approach to bicycle level of service, in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. The abstract is provided below. Read the full paper here. Abstract.

M. Nourinejad, M.J. Roorda/Transportation Research Part A 98 (2017) 28-45 29. reduces demand. Second, the same increase in the hourly price motivatestravelers to shorten theirdwell time which leads to lower parking occupancy and searching time (to find a spot), but higher demand. Hence, the hourly parking price influences travel demand in two counterbalancing ways. This paper investigates. The editor of Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice has not yet provided information for this page. Issues per year n/a Articles published last year n/a Manuscripts received last year n/a % accepted last year n/a % immediately rejected last year n/a Open access status n/a Manuscript handling fee? n/a Kind of complaint procedure n/a Two-year impact factor n/a Five-year impact. Managing Evacuation Networks Transportation research Part B: Methodological 45(9), 1424-1432, 2011 (with S. So) Exploring the Effect of Turning Maneuvers and Route Choice on a Simple Network Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2249, 15-19, 2011 .DOI: 10.3141/2249-03 (with V.V. Gayah). Design and Implementation of Efficient Transit.

Transportation Research Part A citation style guide with bibliography and in-text referencing examples: Journal articles Books Book chapters Reports Web pages. PLUS: Download citation style files for your favorite reference manager 420 C.E. Cortés et al./Transportation Research Part A 45 (2011) 419-434. minimization of user plus operator costs (inelasticdemand case). The decision variablesare frequency, fare and limitstations of the short turn (start and end) plus the capacity of vehicles (both treated parametrically). They show with an example that the strategy turns out to be beneficial only if demand patterns.

Tag transportation research part a. New paper: Increased energy efficiency in short sea shipping through decreased time in port November 25, 2014 July 21, 2015 hannjohn 1 Comment. Our study of port efficiency from the perspective of a short sea shipping operator and the potential for using decreased time in port to go slower at sea has finally been accepted in Transportation Research. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice . Saved in: Format: Journal: Language: English: Published: Elsevier: Online Access: Full text available on OARE [v. 29 (1995) - current issue] Tags: Add Tag . No Tags, Be the first to tag this record! Holdings; Description; Comments; Similar Items; Staff View ; LEADER: 00837cas a2200157Ia 4500: 001: MISTL024055: 008: 150421c9999 xx r poo 0. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice's journal/conference profile on Publons, with 998 reviews by 279 reviewers - working with reviewers, publishers, institutions, and funding agencies to turn peer review into a measurable research output

S. Hardman Transportation Research Part A 119 (2019) 1-14 2. Table 2 Table showing the authors, methods used, vehicles considered, regions of study, along with the incentive types considered and a summary of the conclusions in each study. Incentives considered Authors Methods Vehicle Type Region HOV, Bus or Rapid Transit Lane State Funded Infrastructure Parking Incentives Toll or Road Charge. Although the transportation needs of cities and nations around the world differ in detail, there is much benefit to be derived by sharing research findings and practical experience. Transportation lends itself to information exchange by publishing carefully selected papers which advance the international fund of knowledge Transportation Research Part A. ISSN: 0965--8564. Visit Journal website. Datasets associated with articles published in Transportation Research Part A. Advanced search help. Filter Results. Data Types. Dataset (18) Tabular Data (13) Document (3) Other (2) Software/Code (1) Source. Mendeley Data (3) 3 results . Transcripts for: Airline brand choice in a duopolistic market: The case of New.

C. Chen et al./Transportation Research Part A 44 (2010) 830-840 831. Compared to conventional travel survey methods, such as CATI surveys that rely on respondents' self-reports, the use of GPS technologyhas many advantages. Chief among them is the reductionin respondent burden (Murakami et al., 2004; Wolf et al., 1999; Zhou and Golledge, 2007). Because of the much reduced respondent burden. 518 P. Bastani et al./Transportation Research Part A 46 (2012) 517-548. In some fields, such as climate change, the distinction between deterministic scenario analysis and stochastic modelling has been clearly established: major analyses used in IPCC assessments are based on probabilistic studies, which use inte-grated assessment models such as DICE, PAGE, ICAM, SLICE, and FUND (Parry et al. Get this from a library! Transportation research. Part C, Emerging technologies : an international journal : an IFAC-affiliated journal.. [International Federation of Automatic Control.;

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Transportation Research Part A. ISSN: 0965-8564. Visit Journal website. Datasets associated with articles published in Transportation Research Part A. Advanced search help. Filter Results. Data Types. Dataset (18) Tabular Data (13) Document (3) Other (2) Software/Code (1) Source. Mendeley Data (18) 18 results . Data for: Railway and road infrastructure in the Belt and Road Initiative countries. Also, Transportation Research part B and part C journals are committed to pursue with publication of the accepted podium papers. Review will undergo a selection of extended abstracts to be invited for a full paper submission followed by 2 rounds of rigorous review for full papers. All accepted papers are considered that meet the quality of top-notch papers published in the best journals of. M. Tanaka et al./Transportation Research Part A 70 (2014) 194-209 195. Table 1 Summary of past SP studies on clean fuel or electric vehicles (an extension of the summary in Horne et al., 2005 and Hidrue et al., 2011). Study Econometric model Number of attributes, and levels List of attributes used Purchase price Operating cost Driving range Emissions data Fuel availability Fuel type. Transportation Research Part A 113 (2018) 302-317 0965-8564/ Published by Elsevier Ltd. T. speed train stations to provide sufficient and opportune facilities as well as service throughout the transfer phases, which needs consider various personal, household, neighborhood, and trip characteristics (Kim and Ulfarsson, 2004). However, transferring at train stations, especially at high-speed. Title: Corrigendum to Vulnerability to fuel price increases in the UK_ A household level analysis [Transport. Res. Part A_ Pol. Pract 113 (2018) 227-242

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Below we present the ranking of top 20 transportation journals based on 2019 Google Scholar Metrics. Rank Publication h5-index h5-median 1 IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 79 117 2 Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 75 102 3 Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 60 79 4 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 59 78 5 Accident. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice . Saved in: Format: Journal: Language: English: Published: Elsevier: Online Access: Full text available on Agora [v. 29 (1995) - current issue] Tags: Add Tag . No Tags, Be the first to tag this record! Holdings; Description; Comments; Similar Items ; Staff View; Internet Full text available on Agora [v. 29 (1995) - current issue] Similar. A.Y. Bigazzi, M.A. Figliozzi/Transportation Research Part A 57 (2013) 12-24 13. where b(q) is the marginal benefit of travel in $ per vehicle mile. For convenience, the variables in these cost equations are summarized in Table 1. The marginal social costs (MSC) are found by differentiating Eq. (1): MSCðqÞ¼ @TSCðqÞ @q MSCðqÞ¼l c t½tðqÞþqt0ðqÞþ c f ½fðqÞþqf 0ðqÞ þ X p

2 H. Ševcˇ´ıková et al./Transportation Research Part A xxx (2011) xxx-xxx. TRA 968 No. of Pages 15, Model 3G 8 April 2011. Please cite this article in press as: Ševcˇı´ková, H., et al. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1992 - 2020 Current editor(s): John (J.M.) Rose From Elsevier Bibliographic data for series maintained by Haili He ().Access Statistics for this journal. Track citations for all items by RSS feed Is something missing from the series or not right This is the accepted version of a paper published in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice . This paper has been peer-reviewed but does not include the final publisher proof-corrections or journal pagination. Citation for the or iginal published paper (ver sion of record): Hrelja, R. (2015) Integrating transport and land-use planning?: How steering cultures in local authorities.

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  3. 98 J.P. Helveston et al./Transportation Research Part A 73 (2015) 96-112. the United States (U.S. DOE, 2013b, 2013c), and Zheng et al. (2012) and provide a detailed review of the relevant policies for EV development in China. We focus on federal subsidies for PHEVs and BEVs for two reasons: (1) the U.S. and Chinese sub-sidies have similar structures and (2) these are national subsidies, and.
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Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. ISSN (print): 2473-2907 | ISSN (online): 2473-2893. Frequency: Monthly. Available Issues Current Issue All Issues. Subscribe. Volume 147 Volume 146 Volume 145 Volume 144 Volume 143 Volume 142 Volume 141 Volume 140 Volume 139 Volume 138 Volume 137 Volume 136 Volume 135 Volume 134 Volume 133 Volume 132 Volume 131 Volume 130 Volume 129. E. Fishman et al./Transportation Research Part A 71 (2015) 17-30 19. 2. Methodology A probabilistic sampling technique was employed, with separate, duplicate online surveys for both respondents within the MBS and CityCycle bike share programs. Invitations to participate were emailed by the operators of the respective bike share programs. Invitations were also sent to members of a research.

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He is the editor of two special issues for the journal Transportation Research Part C. He has been member of the Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) of Transportation Research Part B since 1995, of Transportation Research Part C since January 1, 2006. Miscellaneous responsibilities. as of June 2016 . Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Transportation Research Part B (since January 01, 1995. Transportation Research Part A Template. This Authorea document template can be used to prepare documents according to the citation style and authoring guidelines of Transportation Research Part A Template. Note: the citation style and format (paragraph spacing, line numbers. 382 Y. Chen et al./Transportation Research Part D 54 (2017) 381-396. improve delivery efficiency. Smart mobility initiatives might be a new generation of traditional ITS investments. For exam-ple, a signaling system that could predict congestion and adjust traffic signal timings automatically versus fixed or pre-programmed settings of traditional signal control; real-time traffic. A.G. Nikolaev et al./Transportation Research Part A 44 (2010) 182-193 183. An important question to ask is: are bans on hand-held cell phone use while driving effective for reducing automobile-accident-risk, and do such laws make the roads safer? Although a significant amount of research has investigated the effect of hand-held cell phone use on automobile-accident-risk, there are no. Transportation Research Part D has issued a call for papers (CFP) on the special issue: Megaregional Approaches to Address the Mega-Challenges of Transportation and Environment. The review process for all submissions coming out from CM 2 will be handled by TR-D editors Bob Noland and Jason Cao while Dr. Ming Zhang will handle the review of all non-CM 2 submissions. Here is an excerpt.

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42 T. Seo, Y. Kawasaki and T. Kusakabe et al. / Transportation Research Part B 122 (2019) 40-56 3. Identification of FD by using probe vehicles under idealized conditions In this section, we mathematically investigate identifiability of FDs by using probe vehicle data under idealized condi Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice. ISSNs: 0965-8564, 0191-2607. Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1879-2375. Pergamon Press, United Kingdo M. Nourinejad et al. / Transportation Research Part B 109 (2018) 110-127 111 Fig. 1. (a) Conventional parking design, (b) autonomous vehicle parking design. is estimated to decrease by 2 square meters per vehicle because the driving lanes become narrower, elevators and staircases become obsolete, and the required room for opening a vehicle's doors becomes unnecessary (see Fig. 1. Employing a strategy of sampling of alternatives is necessary for various transportation models that have to deal with large choice-sets. In this article, we propose a method to obtain consistent, asymptotically normal and relatively efficient estimators for Logit Mix- ture models while sampling alternatives. Our method is an extension of previous results for Logit and MEV models. We show. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment publishes original research on the environmental impacts of transportation, policy responses to those impacts, and their implications for the design, planning, and management of transportation systems. It covers all aspects of the interaction between transportation and the environment. Topics cover all modes of transportation, including.

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Transportation Research Part C 115 (2020) 102640 2. Movilidad, 2011). This dataset, which we refer as CDRs all trips, is the starting point to identify potential bike trips based on trip distance distribution. 2. Smartphone-basedbicycleGPSdata:The second dataset uses anonymized data collected through Biko, a smartphone application that encourages the use of the bicycle as a transportation mode. This is the Citationsy guide to Transportation Research Part B citations, reference lists, in-text citations, and bibliographies. The complete, comprehensive guide shows you how easy citing any source can be. Referencing books, youtube videos, websites, articles, journals, podcasts, images, videos, or music in Transportation Research Part B Last updated: Mon, 06/19/2017 - 16:25 Is this information out-of-date? Request an Update BibMe lets you easily and automatically create book citations and build your bibliography in Transportation Research Part A. It's accurate and free

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174 Z. Bian and X. Liu / Transportation Research Part B 120 (2019) 172-192 Fig. 1. Generalized mechanism design (Mishra, 2008). based on the plan and participants' reported information. The incentive function has various forms, such as discounts, bonus points, credits, free service, etc. This paper typically uses customized pricing as an incentive form. 2.2. A generalized individual. C. Osorio, C. Wang / Transportation Research Part B 95 (2017) 305-339 307 within the SO algorithms are based on various extensions of the model of Osorio (2010, Chap. 4). These algorithms have been used for various traffic management and model calibration case studies, including Lausanne (Switzerland), New York City (USA) and ongoing work in San Diego (USA) and Berlin (Germany) (Osorio and. 56 L. Zhang et al./Transportation Research Part C 29 (2013) 55-71. objective signal timing optimization model and develops a simulation-based genetic algorithm to solve the bi-objective tim-ing optimization model. Section 5 is a numerical example to demonstrate the model and the solution algorithm, followed by concluding remarks in the last section. 2. Modeling traffic dynamics via cell. In maritime transportation of automobiles, roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) shipping companies operate liner shipping services across major trade routes. Large ro-ro shipping companies are well placed to offer end-to-end integrated logistics services to auto manufacturers engaged in international trade of vehicles. Therefore, we present a new mixed integer pro-gramming model for fleet deployment.

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G.N. Bifulco et al./Transportation Research Part C 29 (2013) 156-170 157. The proposed modelling framework is composed by four layers. The framework is presented in Section 2, where the data collected to support development and testing are briefly described. The first layer (the sampler) is responsible for the main ACC control logic and is described in Section 3. The profiler is presented. Accès en ligne aux contenus de la revue Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environmen

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