Arkadiusz Drabicki

Arek is currently a visiting PhD student from Cracow University of Technology in Poland, where he received his master's degree in civil engineering in 2015. He is working as a research and teaching assistant at the Department of Transportation Systems at CUT. He has also gained experience as a co-author of consultancy projects and strategic transport models for Polish cities.

His research interests are: transport planning, transport modelling and travel behaviour, with main emphasis on public transport (PT) analysis. In his PhD research he's working in the BusMezzo project, under the supervision of Prof. Oded Cats and Dr Rafal Kucharski. The aim of his PhD research is to develop algorithms for simulating the effects of real-time crowding information in PT networks.

Drabicki, A., Kucharski, R., Cats, O., & Szarata, A. (2020). Modelling the effects of real-time crowding information in urban public transport systems. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 1-62.


Kucharski, R., Drabicki, A., Paszkowski, J., & Szarata, A. (2020). Lewis–Mogridge Points: A Nonarbitrary Method to Include Induced Traffic in Cost-Benefit Analyses. Journal of Advanced Transportation2020.


Drabicki A., Kucharski R. and Cats O. (2019). “Investigating the Effects of Real-Time Crowding Information (RTCI) Systems in Urban Public Transport under Different Demand Conditions”. TransitData2019, Paris. July 2019.


Kucharski R., Drabicki, A., Żyłka, K. and Szarata, A. (2019). Multichannel queueing behaviour in urban bicycle traffic. European Journal of Transport & Infrastructure Research, 19(2).


Kucharski, R., Drabicki, A., Żyłka, K., & Szarata, A. (2019). Multichannel queueing behaviour in urban bicycle traffic. European Journal of Transport & Infrastructure Research19(2).


Drabicki A., Kucharski R., Cats O. and Szarata A. “Investigation of Instantaneous Effects of Real-time Crowding Information (RTCI) Availability upon Urban Public Transport System Performance – Results from a Simulation-based Case Study”. 7th European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems (hEART), Athens, Greece, September 2018.


Drabicki A., Kucharski R., Cats O. and Fonzone A. (2017). Simulating the Effects of Real-time Crowding Information in Public Transport Networks. The 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS2017), Naples, 675-680.


Kucharski R. and Drabicki, A. (2017). Estimating macroscopic volume delay functions with the traffic density derived from measured speeds and flows. Journal of Advanced Transportation, 2017.


Drabicki A., Kucharski R., Cats O. and Fonzone A. (2016). “Modelling Passenger Path Choices in Presence of Real-time Information on Crowding Levels in Transit Networks”. 5th European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems (hEART), Delft, the Netherlands, September 2016.


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