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SESSIONS

AUTHOR

8:00-9:00

 

Navigating a turbulent world: opportunities in resilience research

Tina Comes

9:45-11:15

Session 2A, Network and service design

 
9:45-10:15Risk-averse liner shipping network designMichael Bell and Hamidreza Ensafian

10:15-10:45

Evolution of multimodal final user equilibrium considering public transport network design history

Mostafa Ameli, Jean-Patrick Lebacque and Ludovic Leclercq

10:45-11:15

Assessing the navigation error characteristics of residents and tourists during evacuation – a combined simulation and virtual reality approach.

Yuval Hadas, Boaz Ben-Moshe, Guy Wachtel, Oren Nahum, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Yuhan Gao and Koichi Sabashi

    

9:15-10:45

Session 2B, Reliability of mobility on demand

 

9:15-9:45

If you are late, everyone is late: late passenger arrival and ride-pooling systems’ performance

Rafał Kucharski, Oded Cats, Javier Alonso-Mora and Andres Fielbaum

9:45-10:15

Equilibrium trip scheduling and mode choice in a ride-sourcing market under travel time uncertainty

Zheng Liang, Gege Jiang and Hong Lo

10:15-10:45

Modelling the evolution of On-Demand Ride service system including the impact of in-group and out-group sharing 

Haruko Nakao, Richard Connors and David Watling 

    
    

9:15-11:15

Session 2C, Travel time variability in road traffic

 

9:15-9:45

Estimating Joint Route and Departure-Time Choice Model for Reliability Evaluation in An Urban Expressway

Sachiko Kurosu, Ichiro Komoto, Shinji Nakagawa, Takahiko Kusakabe, Daisuke Fukuda and Yasuo Asakura

9:45-10:15

Static Congestion Pricing Considering Day-to-Day Dynamics with Weibit-Based Route Flow Adjustment

Kai Qu, Xiangdong Xu and Anthony Chen

10:15-10:45

Travel time variability analysis for Bluetooth sensor data in highways

Mohammad Ghavidel, Navid Khademi, Ehsan Bahrami Samani and Sadaf Milani

10:45-11:15

Travel time variability analysis in Stockholm vehicular traffic network

Zhiwu Dong, Matej Cebecauer and Erik Jenelius

    

12:15-13:45

Session 2D, Assessing the impacts of network developments and disruptions

 

12:15-12:45

Evidence of before and after effects of transport infrastructure projects on link travel time reliability

Kasun Wijayaratna, Emily Moylan, Sisi Jian, Meead Saberi and Travis Waller

12:45-13:15

Spatial analysis for a strategic national road plan

Yoav Lerman and Yonatan Lebendiger

13:15-13:45

Metropolitan Transit Index – METRIXJoão Ernani Antunes Costa, Guilherme Araújo Grochowski, Vitor Gonçalves de Souza, João José Ferreira Simões and Antônio Artur de Souza

 

  

 

    

12:15-14:15

Session 2E, Reliability and delay propagation in public transport systems

 

12:15-12:45

Vulnerability of public transport networks using graph-spectral and accessibility analyses

Bahman Lahoorpoor, Somwrita Sarkar and David Levinson

12:45-13:15

Indicators of spatial passenger delay propagation and their relation to topological indicators

Oded Cats and Anne Mijntje Hijner

13:15-13:45

Assessing the spatial impacts of unreliable public transport systems: A quasi real-time data-driven approach

Gabriel Tilg, Marcel Skrecki, Felix Bahr, Andreas Keler, Antonios Tsakarestos, Richard Göbel and Fritz Busch

13:45-14:15

Meaningful Estimation of Transit Segment Running Time Distributions

Beda Büchel and Francesco Corman

    

12:15-14:15

Session 2F, Road network reliability

 
12:15-12:45When time matters: optimizing post-disaster recoveryMichal Bíl, Rostislav Vodák, Zuzana Křivánková

12:45-13:15

Comparison of bootstrap-estimated link flow variation with observed day-to-day fluctuation

Katsuya Kumagae and Takuya Maruyama

13:15-13:45

Optimising road network restoration from capacity-reducing damage in North-East Scotland

Antonio Pellicer-Pous and Neil Ferguson

13:45-14:15

Multi-asset roadway improvement scheduling with updated asset states for enhanced traffic network reliability

Weiwen Zhou and Elise Miller-Hooks

    

14:30-16:00

Session 2G, Relibaility and information in public transport route choice

 

14:30-15:00

To which extent reliability of public transport affects transit route choice models of passengers?

Alessio Daniele Marra and Francesco Corman

15:00-15:30

Reducing Public Transport Uncertainty through Personalized Predictive Crowding Information from Automated Data SourcesErik Jenelius

15:30-16:00

What does smart card data reveal about subjective beliefs regarding waiting time uncertainty?

Sanmay Shelat, Malvika Dixit, Oded Cats, Niels van Oort and Hans van Lint

    
    

14:30-16:30

Session 2H, Automated and connected vehicles

 

14:30-15:00

Development of a Multi-Class Traffic Assignment Model Considering Travel Time Reliability and Variable Link Capacity in the Spreading Process of Automated Vehicles

Sho Nitta, Ryuichi Tani, Teppei Kato and Kenetsu Uchida

15:00-15:30

A Framework for Assessing Network Performance Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles in Urban Networks

Athina Tympakianaki, Leyre Nogues, Jordi Casas and Mark Brackstone

15:30-16:00

Comparing the Reliability of Autonomous and Conventional Buses

Bruno Salerno, Dominik Fuchs and Jonas Hatzenbühler

16:00-16:30

Robust Virtual Backbone for Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network Reliability in Intelligent Transportation Systems

Shadan Haghani, Marwan Bikdash and Hyoshin Park

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