Konstanze Winter

Konstanze is a PhD researcher in the Smart Public Transport Lab of TU Delft. Her PhD project involves the forecast and planning of new mobility services. She focuses on automated transport services provided by shared automated vehicles operating like a fleet of taxis. In her research, she analyses the performance and the external effects of such services by simulating them in an agent-based simulation model (MATSim). Her research interests also include the acceptance of such services and the resulting user behaviour, both on the short term in terms of mode choice and the long term in terms of car ownership choice.

Konstanze has a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Delft Technical University from the Transport & Planning track.

Winter K., Cats O., Correia G. and van Arem B. (2018). Performance Analysis and Fleet Requirements of Automated Demand-Responsive Transport Systems as an Urban Public Transport Service. International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology. Accepted.


Winter K., Cats O., Martens K. and van Arem B.  “Relocating Strategies under Parking Constraints for a Fleet of Shared Automated Vehicles”. 7th European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems (hEART), Athens, Greece, September 2018.


Winter K., Cats O., Martens K. and van Arem B. (2017). Impact of Relocation Strategies for a Fleet of Shared Automated Vehicles on Service Efficiency, Effectiveness and Externalities. The 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS2017), Naples, 844-849.


Winter K., Cats O., Martens K. and van Arem B. (2017). A Stated Choice Experiment on Mode Choice in an Era of Free-Floating Carsharing and Shared Autonomous Vehicles. Proceedings of the 96th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Winter K., Cats O., Correia G.H. and van Arem B. (2016). Designing an Automated Demand-Responsive Transport System: Fleet Size and Performance Analysis for the Case of a Campus-Train Station Service. Proceedings of the 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Winter K., Cats O., Correia G.H.A and van Arem B. (2016). Designing an Automated Demand-Responsive Transport System: Fleet Size and Performance Analysis for the Case Study of a Campus Train Station Service. Transportation Research Record, 2542, 75-83.


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