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 presentations at the upcoming TRB

The 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board will take place next week, January 13-17, in Washington DC.

Members of the Smart Public Transport Lab will present the following studies:

  • Rail Network Robustness: The Role of Rapid Development and a Polycentric Structure in Withstanding Random and Targeted Attacks.
  • Passenger Travel Time Reliability for Multi-Modal Public Transport Journeys.
  • Frequency and Vehicle Capacity Determination Using a Dynamic Transit Assignment Model.
  • The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Travel Mode Preference for Different Trip Purposes and Distances.
  • Bus Allocation to Short-turning and Interlining Lines.
  • Lessons and Evaluation of a Headway Control Experiment in Washington D.C.
  • Robust Control for Regulating  Frequent Bus Services: Supporting the Implementation of Headway-based Holding Strategies.
  • Bus Holding Control of Running Buses in Time Windows.
  • Equity Impacts of Alternative Fare Schemes: The Case of Stockholm.
  • Operations of Zero-Emission Buses: Impacts of Charging Methods and Mechanisms on Costs and the Level of Service.
  • Effects of Docked Bikesharing Fleets, Urban Land Uses, and Socio-Demographic Characteristics on Dockless Bikesharing User Demand.
  • Understanding the Difference in Travel Patterns Between Docked and Dockless Bikesharing Systems: A Case Study in Nanjing, China.
  • A Neighborhood-Based Collaborative Filtering Algorithm for Secondary Activity Location Choice Prediction Using Smart Card Data.
  • Light rail transit systems: lessons learnt in 61 LRT projects worldwide
  • The Govenance of Demand-Responsive (Micro)Transits - A Multi-Level Perspective
  • Understanding Travel Behaviour Through Travel Happiness

You can find the sessions by browsing the conference program on https://annualmeeting.mytrb.org/interactiveprogram.

Let us know if you are interested in more information on any of these studies. Looking forward to meeting you at TRB2019!

Events

23 Jan



Dag van de Light Rail 2019 | Deltaplan voor groeiende steden!

11:00


Groothandelsgebouw, Stationsplein 45, Rotterdam

18 Mar



Smart PT Lab Seminar with Kari Watkins from Georgia Institute of Technology

CEG 2.62

4 Apr



TRANS-FORM: Workshop: Managing Passenger Flows in Multi-Modal Public Transport Systems

9:00


EPFL, Switzerland

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

9 Oct - 11 Oct



European Transport Conference 2019

Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland

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

Address:
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Visiting address:
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