Time

Sessions

Author

9:30-11:30

Session 4A, Reliability of mobility on demand

 
 

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

 

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

Zheng Liang, Gege Jiang and Hong Lo

 

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

 

Assessing the effect of reliability on the choice of Mobility-on-Demand services

Subodh Dubey, Oded Cats and Serge Hoogendoorn

 

 

 

9:30-11:30

Session 4B, Travel time variability in road traffic

 

 

Travel time variability analysis for Bluetooth sensor data in highways 

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

 

Travel time variability analysis in Stockholm vehicular traffic network

Zhiwu Dong, Matej Cebecauer and Erik Jenelius

 

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

 

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

Kai Qu, Xiangdong Xu and Anthony Chen

   

12:30-14:30

Session 5A, Network vulnerability anlaysis

 
 

Assessing Route Redundancy in Large-Scale Transportation Networks: Route Overlapping Consideration and Network-Level Aggregation 

Weiwei Jing, Xiangdong Xu, Anthony Chen and Chao Yang

 

Intensity measure of OD connectivity in a network based on the analogy of mechanics of a mass-spring system

Shun-Ichi Kobayashi and Shoichiro Nakayama

 

Human actors, a system vulnerability or a capability for adaptation to enhance resilience of transport networks? 

Maria Nogal and Daniel Honfi

 

International Human Migration Networks Under Regulations

Anna Nagurney and Patrizia Daniele

 

 

 

12:30-14:30

Session 5B, Relibaility and information in public transport route choice

 
 

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

Alessio Daniele Marra and Francesco Corman

 

Modelling the reliability of real-time crowding information in day-to-day path choice behaviour in public transport networks 

Arkadiusz Drabicki, Rafał Kucharski and Oded Cats

 

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

Erik Jenelius

 

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

 

 

 

12:30-14:30

Session 5C, Automated and connected vehicles

 
 

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

 

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

Athina Tympakianaki, Leyre Nogues, Jordi Casas and Mark Brackstone

 

Comparing the Reliability of Autonomous and Conventional Buses

Bruno Salerno, Dominik Fuchs and Jonas Hatzenbühler

 

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

Shadan Haghani, Marwan Bikdash and Hyoshin Park

   

14:45-15:15

Session 6A, Network and service design

 
 

Bounding the inefficiency of the reliability-based continuous network design problem under cost recovery

Bei Wang and Wai Yuen Szeto

 

Risk-averse liner shipping network design

Michael Bell and Hamidreza Ensafian

 

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

Mostafa Ameli, Jean-Patrick Lebacque and Ludovic Leclercq

 

 

 

14:45-15:15

Session 6B, Managing disruptions in public transport systems

 
 

Capacity leasing agreement design between multiple mobility operators to hedge against the risk
of network disruptions
 

Theodoros Pantelidis, Joseph Chow and Oded Cats

 

Public Transport Disruption Management by Collaboration with Demand Responsive Services

Matej Cebecauer, Erik Jenelius, Tatiana Babicheva, David Leffler and Wilco Burghout

 

Optimal bus capacity in front of vehicle failure in feeder services 

Hugo Badia and Erik Jenelius

 

 

 

14:45-15:15

Session 6C, Freight and logistics

 
 

Investigating Defence Strategies against Quantal Response Adversaries for Cyber Security in Logistics Management

Kam-Fung Cheung and Michael Bell

 

Relief Goods Delivery Plan in the Last Mile Considering Disaster Situation: Mixed Integer Programming Approach in a Time-Space Network 

Wataru Nakanishi, Naoto Ogashira and Yasuo Asakura

 

Improving Multimodal Transportation Network Reliability on a Strategic Freight Corridor: Case of Eastern Economic Corridor in Thailand

Sarawut Jansuwan, Aphisara Ketphongchai and Anthony Chen