Arjan de Ruijter

After completing a bachelor Civil Engineering at the University of Twente, Arjan
moved to the other side of the country to follow the master program Transport,
Infrastructure & Logistics (TIL) at Delft University of Technology. In his thesis,
he aimed to get insights into the efficiency and level of service that a ride-sharing
service can offer under different demand and supply conditions.
Arjan joined the Smart Public Transport Lab in June 2019 as a PhD student in the
CriticalMaaS project. His focus within this project is on the transition phases in MaaS
employment and specifically the conditions needed to generate economies of
scales that can be beneficial to service quality and operational efficiency of MaaS
initiatives. More information about his PhD research can be found below.
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de Ruijter, A., Cats, O., Kucharski, R., Van Lint, H. (2021). Day-to-day Supply Side Evolution of Ride-Sourcing. 9th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation (hEART), Virtual, February 2021.

de Ruijter, A., Cats, O., Kucharski, R., Van Lint, H. (2021). Evolution of Labour Supply in Ridesourcing, 100th Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, Virtual.

de Ruijter A., Cats O., Alonso-Mora J. & Hoogendoorn S. (2020) Ride-Sharing Efficiency and Level of Service under Alternative Demand, Behavioral and Pricing Settings, 99th Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA.

de Ruijter A. (2019). “Effect of Behavioral and Service Attributes and Distribution of Demand on Ride-sharing Efficiency and Level of Service”. MSc thesis TU Delft

de Ruijter, A., Cats O., Alonso-Mora J., and Hoogendoorn S. (2019). Een realistische blik op ride-sharing. NM Magazine

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