The Smart Public Transport Lab develops new solutions and methods for public transport planning, operations and management. In the Smart PT Lab we are passionate about performing high level scientific research with a practical relevance and impactful outcomes. Welcome on-board!

 

The Smart Public Transport Lab develops new solutions and methods for public transport planning, operations and management. In the Smart PT Lab we are passionate about performing high level scientific research with a practical relevance and impactful outcomes. Welcome on-board!

SPTL contributions at the upcoming hEART conference

Contributions by SPTL members:

  • Optimal crowd management for congested metro stations
  • Determinants of the consideration mode choice set
  • What is the role of weather, built environment and accessibility geographical characteristics in influencing travelers’ experience?
  • Real time multiline holding control for networks with shared transit corridor
  • Will Car Users Change Their Mobility Patterns With Mobility As A Service (Maas) And Microtransit?
  • Determining The Optimal Allocation Of Automated Buses
  • Investigation of instantaneous effects of real-time crowding information (RTCI) availability upon urban public transport system performance – results from a simulation-based case study
  • Relocating Strategies under Parking Constraints for a Fleet of Shared Automated Vehicles
  • The impact of on-demand service schemes provided by a fleet of shared autonomous vehicles
  • Controlling the propagation of passenger disruption impacts in multi-level public transport networks
  • Network-wide synchronized scheduling of public transport services
  • An optimization model of automated taxis in trip assignment under elastic demand for the first/last mile problem
  • Urban Travel Behaviour: A Cross country Comparison

With:

Roberto Abenoza, María Jesús Alonso González, Kun An, Bart van Arem, Oded Cats, Pablo Chamoso Santos, Goncalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Viktoriya Degeler, Arkadiusz Drabicki, Dorine Duives, Anne Durand, Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis, Joan Guisado-Gamez, Flurin Hänseler, Lucas Harms, Jonas Hatzenbühler, Léonie Heydenrijk-Ottens, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Serge Paul Hoogendoorn, Erik Jenelius, Rafał Kucharski, Georgios Laskaris, Josep Lluis Larriba-Pey, Xiao Liang, Hai Xiang Lin, Eleni Mantouka, Karel Martens, Evangelos Mitsakis, Niels Van Oort, Alexandros Papacharalampous, Marco Rinaldi, Sanmay Shelat, Ismini Stroumpou, Yusak Susilo, Andrzej Szarata, Danique Ton, Francesco Viti, Eleni Vlahogianni, Senlei Wang, Konstanze Winter, and Menno Yap

See you in Athens!

Events

27 Nov



Launch of the Smart Public Transport Lab - TU Delft

10:00


Lijm en Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628AT Delft, Netherlands

29 Nov



Erasmus: Workshop: Shared and on-demand public transport systems

9:00


Room Heidelberg (M1-17), Van der Goot Building, Campus Woudestein, Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, 3062 PA Rotterdam

29 Nov



Platform31 VerDuS-congres

9:30


Mariënhof Amersfoort: Kleine Haag 2 3811 HE Amersfoort

6 Dec



Catch Up Smart Mobility

13:00


Utrecht

13 Jan - 17 Jan



2019 TRB Annual Meeting

Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C

5 Jun - 7 Jun



MT-ITS2019; 6th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems

Kraków, Poland

17 Jun - 20 Jun



Rail Norrköping 2019

building "Kåkenhus", Campus Norrköping, Bredgatan 33, Norrköping, Sweden

25 Aug - 30 Aug



Thredbo 16 Conference

Nanyang Executive Centre at 60 Nanyang View, Singapore 639673 (located in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Smart Public Transport Lab

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Contact:
 Phone: +31 (0)6 15908644
 E-mail: smartptlab@tudelft.nl

Address:
 P.O. Box 5048
 2600 GA Delft

Visiting address:
 Building 23
 
Stevinweg 1
 2628 CN Delft