European Transport Conference 2014


European Transport Conference 2014: Strands



Strand Papers
Session 1
Impact Assessment of Dynamic Ridesharing - a Norwegian Case Study  
Lone-Eirin Lervåg, SINTEF, Solveig Meland, SINTEF
Increasing the Competitiveness of E-vehicles in Europe  
Nils Fearnley, Institute of Transport Economics, Farideh Ramjerdi, Institute of Transport Economics, Paul Pfaffenbichler, Vienna University of Technology
Urban Multimodal Travel Behaviour: Towards Mobility Without a Private Car  
Oliver Schwedes, Technische Universität Berlin, Veronique Riedel, Technische Universität Berlin
Challenges in Proper Input Database for the Estimation of Road Transport Emission of Pollutants in a Developing Country  
Vladimir Momcilovic, University of Belgrade - Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, Aleksandar Manojlovic, University of Belgrade - Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
New Data Sources and Data Fusion  
Anan Allos, Atkins, Andrew Merrall, Atkins, Roger Himlin, Highways Agency
USE OF BLUETOOTH TRACKING TECHNOLOGY IN TRANSPORT MODELLING  
Tony Dichev, Transport for London, Paul Jackson, Sky High Technology Ltd
Journey Time: So, Just How Long Does It Take to Drive the A9?
Stephen Cragg, Transport Scotland, Douglas Gilmour, TomTom Global N.V
The Price Effects of Mergers in Airline Networks
Kai Hueschelrath, ZEW Centre For European Economic Research
Air Traffic, Delays, and Regional Development
Volodymyr Bilotkach, Newcastle University, Paulos Ashebir Lakew, University of California, Irvine
Price Competition in Air Transport Market, Some Empirical Evidences
Latge-Roucolle Chantal, ENAC - French National School of Civil Aviation, Karimi Shervin, ENAC
The SUMP for Metropolitan Thessaloniki: A Multidimensional Endeavour of Participative Planning
Manos Vougioukas, ThePTA External Expert, Kostas N. Petrakis, ThePTA External Expert, Polykarpos Karkavitsas, ThePTA In-house Expert
Assessing Options Towards Eco-efficient Transport: Results of a Survey
Jens Schippl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Markus Edelmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Max Reichenbach, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Influence of the Qualitative Characteristics of Transport Supply on the Choice of Transport Mode
Anna-Katharina Keck, M.Sc., Technische Universität Darmstadt Fachgebiet Bahnsysteme Und Bahntechnik
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF HYPOTHESES REGARDING BENEFITS OF ITS APPLICATIONS IN MARITIME LOGISTICS
Susanne Kellberger, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services CML
Contractual Flexibility in Transport Infrastructure P P Ps  
Sergio Domingues, University of Antwerp, Dejan Zlatkovic, University of Belgrade, Athena Roumboutsos, University of the Aegean
The Influence of Parking Regime on Intersection Capacity  
Jelena Simicevic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
DTA Framework for Integrating Activity-based Model
Jordi Casas, TSS-Traffic Simulation Systems and Vic University, Josep Maria Aymamí,, TSS-Traffic Simulation Systems, Josep Perarnau, TSS-Traffic Simulation Systems
Staying on Track: Rail Demand Modelling and Multi-modal Project Appraisal, Challenges with Evolving Local Transport Governance in England  
Chris Bushell, CH2M HILL, Gareth Walters, CH2M HILL, James Willcock, MetroWest Phase 1, West of England Councils
The Nantes Chronobus Project
Garrigue Damien, Nantes Metropole
LUTON DUNSTABLE BUSWAY- Realising the Dream  
Colln Chick, Luton Borough Council, Keith Dove, Luton Borough Council
New Insights in the Customer’s Resistance to Interchange Between Trains  
Bart De Keizer, NS, Marco Kouwenhoven, Significance, Freek Hofker, ProRail
Influencing the Train Experience: the Role of Staff  
Mark Van Hagen, Netherlands Railways, Jessica Sauren, Netherlands Railways
Towards a Framework for Improving Customer Train Experience  
Peter Krumm, Netherlands Railways, Mark Van Hagen, Netherlands Railways
Reconfiguring the Coaches: Impact on Demand and Revenue
Phani Kumar Chintakayala, Accent, Rachel Risely, Accent, Jim Muir, East Coast
Session 2
Free-Floating E-Carsharing: Integration in Public Transport Without Range Problems  
Josephine Steiner, InnoZ - Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, Germany, Sandra Wappelhorst, InnoZ - Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, Andreas Graff
HOW TO PROMOTE ELECTROMOBILITY FOR EUROPEAN CAR DRIVERS? OBSTACLES TO OVERCOME FOR A BROAD MARKET PENETRATION  
Jan-Andre Buehne, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), Dana Gruschwitz, Institute for Applied Social Sciences (infas), Jana Hölscher, Institute for Applied Social Sciences (infas)
PLUGGING THE GAP? – ADDRESSING RESISTANCE TO THE ADOPTION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES THROUGH A UNIVERSITY BASED E-CAR CLUB: A UNITED KINGDOM CASE STUDY APPROACH  
Austin Smyth, University of Hertfordshire, Scott Copsey, University of Hertfordshire, Richard Southern, University of Hertfordshire
The Explosion of Electric Vehicles Use in Norway - Environmental Consciousness or Economic Incentives?  
Marie Aarestrup Aasness, Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA), James Odeck, Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA)
A COMPARISON OF MOBILITY BEHAVIOUR BETWEEN THE AGGLOMERATIONS OF VIENNA (AT) AND BRATISLAVA (SK)  
Roman Klementschitz, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Peter-Jordan-Str. 82, 1190 Vienna, Austria, Oliver Roider, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (
Alternatives to Develop Soft Traffic Modes at the Danube Quays in Budapest  
Csaba OROSZ, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Zoltan SOOS, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Dept. of Civil Engineering
StepByStep: Learning from Differences in Mobility Behaviour: a Comparative Research Among European Cities
Wim Korver, Goudappel Coffeng, Udo Becker, TU Dresden, Veronica Schemien, TU Dresden
Effects of More Stringent Sulphur Requirements for Sea Transports  
Inge Vierth, VTI - Swedish Road and Transport Research Institute, Rune Karlsson, VTI - Swedish Road and Transport Research Institut, Anna Mellin, VTI - Swedish Road and Transport Research Institute
CONTAINER PORT PRICING STRUCTURE: A VERTICAL MARKET MODEL
Leonardo Basso, Universidad De Chile, Sergio Jara-Diaz, Universidad De Chile, José Muñoz, Universidad De Chile
Using Short Term Traffic Predictors in Traffic Management Centres  
Mark Finer, Mott MacDonald Limited, Tom Van Vuren, Mott MacDonald Limited, Chris Van Hinsbergen, Fileradar
Phantom Jam Avoidance Through In-car Speed Advice  
L.C.W. Suijs, Goudappel Coffeng, L. Krol, Goudappel Coffeng, L. Wismans, Goudappel Coffeng & University of Twente
DESIGN AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC APPRAISAL OF A NEW E-TICKETING SYSTEM IN THESSALONIKI
Polykarpos Karkavitsas, Thessaloniki Public Transport Authority, Manos Vougioukas, Dieuropaiki Simvouleutiki Monoprosopi Ltd, Alexandros Deloukas, ATTIKO METRO S.A.
IMPLEMENTING PUBLIC TRANSPORT SMART TICKETING SOLUTIONS WITHIN A DEREGULATED SHIRE ENVIRONMENT – A UNITED KINGDOM CASE STUDY APPROACH  
Austin Smyth, University of Hertfordshire, Aiden Bygrave, University of Hertfordshire, Scott Copsey, University of Hertfordshire
Assessment of the Public Acceptability on Deep Underground Railway System in the Seoul Metropolitan Area of South Korea
Younshik Chung, The Korea Transport Institute, Hyun Kim, The Korea Transport Institute
The Value of Station Staff with Respect to Passenger Security and Rail Passenger Demand
Fitsum Teklu, Systra, Chris Pownall, Systra, Tony Magee, Association of Train Operating Companies
Managing the Asset Whatever the Weather  
Paul Williams, Atkins, Nick Rushall, Atkins
Calling a Spade, a Spade  
Michael Nimmo, AECOM
Further Development of the European High Speed Rail Network
Frank Zschoche, Civity Management Consultants, Dr Heiner Bente, Civity Management Consultants, Martin Schilling, Civity Management Consultants
Long Distance Mobility in Central Europe: Status Quo - Trends - Future Perspectives  
Tobias Kuhnimhof, Institute for Mobility Research, Roman Frick, INFRAS, Bente Grimm, NIT
Application of an Activity-based Demand Model in the UK
Siamak Khorgami, AECOM, Peter Jones, University College London, Helena Titheridge, University College London
A Population Simulator and Disaggregate Choice Models for the Fourth Generation Strategic Passenger Transport Model for Flanders  
Michiel De Bok, Significance, Gerard De Jong, Significance, Dana Borremans, Verkeerscentrum, Department MOW, Flemish Authorities
Structural Similarity in OD Matrices – Further Investigations
Tom Van Vuren, Mott MacDonald Ltd, Tim Pollard, Mott MacDonald Ltd
Economic Appraisal Made Easy
Russell Harris, RPS, IE
Session 3
Design of a Lightweight Heavy Goods Vehicle Trailer  
Joel Galos, University of Cambridge
OPTIONS FOR THE ROAD FREIGHT SECTOR TO MEET LONG TERM CLIMATE TARGETS  
Anco Hoen, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Barry Zondag, Significance
Using Event Data Recorder to Detect Road Infrastructure Failures from a Safety Point of View.  
Vincent Ledoux, CEREMA, Peggy Subirats, CEREMA, Thierry Serre, IFSTTAR
Travels in Crowded Subways: Utility, Constitutive Factors and Policy Implications  
Koning Martin, East Paris University - IFSTTAR - SPLOTT, Monchambert Guillaume, ENS Cachan, Haywood Luke, Deutsches Institut Für Wirtschaftsforschung - Berlin
PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN EVACUATION PLANNING: THE CASE OF ITALY  
Francis Cirianni, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Domenico Iannò, ATAM Spa Public Transport Company, Corrado Rindone, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Security, Surveillance, and Privacy Related Preferences of European Metro Travellers
Dr. Sunil Patil, RAND Europe, Mr. Bhanu Patruni, RAND Europe, Dr. Hui Lu, RAND Europe
PROMOTING RAIL & INTERMODAL TRIPS IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE  
Dr. Morfoulaki Maria, CERTH-HIT, Myrovali Glykeria, CERTH-HIT, Chrysostomou Katerina, CERTH-HIT
Transmanche Metro  
Stephen Gasche, Kent County Council
The Surrey Rail Strategy – Delivering a High Quality Railway to Support Policy Objectives  
Stephen Bennett, Arup, Paul Millin, Surrey County Council
Crossrail Development and Delivery
Charles Harmer, Crossrail Limited
Social Media, Travel Surveys and Metro Disruptions  
Anastasia Pnevmatikou, National Tehnical University of Athens, Matthew G. Karlaftis, National Technical University of Athens
Possible Development of Intercity Bus Infrastructure in Germany
Matthias Walter, Civity Management Consultants GmbH + Co. KG, Konstantin Meermann, Civity Management Consultants GmbH + Co. KG
Session 4
Velostras, the Strasbourg Cycle Superhighway System
Gregory Delattre, Greater Strasbourg
The Project „eCycle Superhighway (eradschnellweg) – Facilitating the Changeover“ – New Ways of Promoting Sustainable Ways of Transport  
Everlin Piccinini, Sustainable Mobility Research Group - Georg-August-University Goettingen, Thomas Dienberg, City of Goettingen, Sissi Karnehm-Wolf, County of Goettingen
Assessing Road Network’s Disruption Due to Climate Change - Testing a Methodology Based on Static Traffic Assignment Model  
Michael SAVARY, CEREMA/DTerNC, Thomas ANSELME, CEREMA/DTerNC, Francois COMBES, CEREMA/DTecITM
Current Validation of Traffic Models: Are They Correct for Uncertainty Analysis?
Jordi Casas, TSS-Traffic Simulation Systems and Vic University, Vincenzo Punzo, University of Federico II of Naples, Josep Maria Aymamí, TSS-Traffic Simulation Systems
Methods of Calculating the Traffic Flow and Travel Times in Urban Areas
Oskar Andreas Kleven, Public Road Administration Norway, Stefan Fluegel, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway
A Time-period Choice Model for the Strategic Flemish Freight Model Based on Stated Preference Data  
Gerard De Jong, Significance, Marco Kouwenhoven, Significance, Kim Ruijs, Significance
The Effect of the Application of the Silver-Meal Method in the Aggregated Supply Chain, Analysis Using a Multi-agent System
Mateo Pachón Rincón, Universidad Nacional De Colombia, Jorge Eduardo Ortiz Trivino, Universidad Nacional De Colombia
Integration of Transport Logistics Hubs in Freight Transport Demand Modelling  
Carina Thaller, Institute of Transport Logistics - Technical University Dortmund, Stefan Huber, Jens Klauenberg, Daniela Luft, Institute of Transport Research - German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Tourism and Public Transport: a Winning Team? How French and European Transport Authorities Manage Tourist Flows  
David Dubois, CEREMA – Direction Territoriale Centre-Est, Alicia Aliaga, CEREMA – Direction Territoriale Centre-Est
Aerial Ropeway Systems and Cities – Challenges, Solutions and Benefits  
Katharina Bernard, DOPPELMAYR / GARAVENTA GROUP, Wolfram Auer, DOPPELMAYR / GARAVENTA GROUP
Small Time Savings, Loss Aversion and Transport Cost-Benefit Analysis  
Fatai Yakeen, Lagos State University,Lagos Nigeria, James Laird, University of Leeds
Integrated Fare Structure: Analysing the Impact on Travel Behaviour Using Smart Card Data  
Teik-Soon LOOI, Land Transport Authority, Di Pan, Land Transport Authority, George Sun, Land Transport Authority
What Big-Data Does Not Tell Us. What Can We Learn from Travel Surveys for Bus and Light Rail in the Netherlands  
Marcel Bus, Panteia BV, Wouter Kuhlman, TU Delft, Jan Kiel, Panteia BV
Use of Local Vs. National Data when Planning Public Transport Improvements: Results from a Choice Experiment from Five City Regions in Norway
Arnstein Øvrum, Urbanet Analyse, Ingunn O. Ellis, Urbanet Analyse, Bård Norheim, Urbanet Analyse
Meta-analyses on Perceived Effectiveness Ratings and Public Acceptability of Road Pricing
Christiane Kramer, Technische Universität Dresden, Jens Schade, Technische Universität Dresden
Irregular Pedestrian Crossings’ Behaviour Analyse in Budapest  
Zsuzsanna KOVACS IGAZVOLGYI, PhD Student, BUTE Dept. of Highway and Railway Engineering
Session 5
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY FOR ESTIMATING CAPACITY OF CYCLE LANES  
Sebastian Seriani, Universidad De Los Andes, Rodrigo Fernandez, Universidad De Los Andes, Esteban Hermosilla, Universidad De Los Andes
Considering Shared Use Bicycle Facilities on Narrow Streets in Norway  
Kelly Pitera, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Cristina Espinosa Mateo, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Creating a Framework for Public Bicycles in the Frankfurt RheinMain Region - a Regional Approach  
Heike Mühlhans, Ivm (Integrated Traffic and Mobility Management in the Frankfurt RhineMain Region), Matthias Franz, Ivm (Integrated Traffic and Mobility Management in the Frankfurt RhineMain Region), Volker Blees, Hochschule RheinMain – Unive
Assessing Accessibility and Mobility of Urban Regions in an Integrated Way
Karel Martens, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Jeroen Bastiaanssen, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Measurability the Liveability of Cities – More Than One Indicator?
Jense Fontyn, Policy Research Centre on Commodity and Passenger flows (MOBILO)- University of Antwerp, Thierry Vanelslander, Policy Research Centre on Commodity and Passenger flows (MOBILO)- University of Antwerp, Roel Gevaers, Policy Research Centre on
Experimental Study of the Factors That Influence Driver Frustration on the A9(T) – a Stated Preference Approach  
Paul Murphy, AECOM, Joanne Casey, AECOM, Judith MacDonald, Transport Scotland
Using Discrete Choice Estimation to Develop the Long Distance Model for Appraising Two Highway Schemes in Scotland.
Peter Davidson, Peter Davidson Consultancy, Stephen Cragg, Transport Scotland and SIAS, Collins Teye, Peter Davidson Consultancy
Estimating Driving Conditions Effect in Route Choice at Developing Countries
Andre Duarte, VTM Consultores Em Engenharia E Planeamento, Miguel Sena E Silva, VTM Consultores Em Engenharia E Planeamento, Nuno Soares Ribeiro, VTM Consultores Em Engenharia E Planeamento
Easy-to-read in Public Transport – Practices in the Vienna Region Evaluated
Christian Vogelauer, WU Vienna, Elmar Fürst, WU Vienna
Mobility Patterns, User Behavior and Financial Crisis: An Exploratory and Revealed Preference Analysis  
Christina Milioti, National Technical University of Athens, Anastasia Pnevmatikou, National Technical University of Athens, Matthew G. Karlaftis, National Technical University of Athens
How Impairment Affects Mobility: an Innovative Survey in Paris Region?  
Anne-Eole Meret-Conti, STIF, Christelle Paulo, STIF, Laurence Debrincat, STIF
Towards a Better European Transport System  
Richard Granger, Technology Partners Foundation, Tomasz Kosmider, Technology Partners Foundation
TEN-T Projects in Their Geo-economic Context: a Case Study of the Trade Shape of the Spanish Mediterranean Railway Corridor  
Eloïse LIBOUREL, LVMT, Université Paris-Est, Ibtissem TOUNSI-GUERIN, Ladyss, Université Paris-VIII / Ecole Normale Supérieure
Real-time Traffic Models, a Great Help for Dynamic Traffic Management
K. Friso, DAT.Mobility, J. Zantema, DAT.Mobility, L.J.J. Wismans, DAT.Mobility
Combined Models of a Atomic Route-choice Model and Cell-based Traffic Flow Simulation
Toshihiko Miyagi, Gifu University, Genaro Peque Jr., Tohoku University
Scope and Limits of Value of Time Estimations in Cost Benefit Analysis  
David MEUNIER, Université Paris-Est, LVMT, UMR_T9403, Emile QUINET, Paris School of Economics-Ecole Des Ponts ParisTech
Valuing GHG Emissions and Uncertainty in Transport Cost Benefit Analysis  
David MEUNIER, Université Paris-Est, LVMT, UMR_T9403, Emile QUINET, Paris School of Economics-Ecole Des Ponts ParisTech
Revision of Project Evaluation As Part of the German Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan  
Prof. Dr. Christoph Walther, PTV Planung Transport Verkehr AG and Bauhaus University Weimar, Dipl.-Ing. Jana Monse, Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Dr. Hendrik Hassheider, Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure
Towards a Better Understanding of Dynamics in Travel Behaviour: Results of the New Mobility Panel of the Netherlands
Marie-José Olde Kalter, Goudappel Coffeng, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanseer, The Netherlands Institute for Policy Analysis, Karst Geurs, University of Twente
Rich Mobility Dataset – What Next?
Peter Endemann, Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain
VISUALIZING ACCESSIBILITY: AN INTERACTIVE TOOL AND AN APPLICATION TO AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT  
Pierluigi Coppola, University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Stefano Pensa, SITI, Matteo Tabasso, SITI
Session 6
Traffic Models – Their Value to the Development of Cycle Networks  
Eoin O'Mahony, AECOM, Dan Brennan, AECOM, Joe Seymour, AECOM
Modelling Impacts of Cycling in Highway Network Models  
Serbjeet Kohli, Steer Davies Gleave, Alisagar Inayathusien, Transport For London, Tom Caulfield, Steer Davies Gleave
Supply Chain Coordination on Urban Goods Transport: Individual Vs Aggregated Benefits and Costs.
Iván Darío Cárdenas, Universidad Nacional De Colombia, Juan Pablo Castrellón, Universidad Nacional De Colombia, Carlos Eduardo Sánchez, Universidad Nacional De Colombia
Methodology for Preselecting Local Order Alternatives, to Mitigate Social and Environmental Impacts of Goods Loading and Unloading Operations.
Juan David Suarez, Universidad Nacional De Colombia, Sergio David Solano, Universidad Nacional De Colombia, Wilson Adarme Jaimes, Universidad Nacional De Colombia
BUS AND PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AT BRT STATIONS. A CASE STUDY IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE  
Sebastian Seriani, Universidad De Los Andes, Rodrigo Fernandez, Universidad De Los Andes
Network, Network, Network: New Techniques in Pedestrian Movement Analysis  
Martin Wedderburn, Independent Consultant, Alain Chiaradia, University of Cardiff
Air Quality Management - Low Cost Environmental Monitoring
Drew Hill, Transport Scotland, Jacqueline Barr, IBI Group
French Public Transport Taxes and Economic Dynamics: a Query to Transport Organization Tasks for Which Local Authorities Are Responsible  
CAUBEL, Central East Territorial Directorate - CEREMA, ALIAGA, Central East Territorial Directorate - CEREMA
What Public Transport Mode May Be Chosen for Regional Services with Low Traffic Flow ? A Comparative Analysis Between Train and Coach Services in France.  
HASIAK Sophie, Cerema (Center of Studies and Expertise on Risks, Environment, Mobility and Town and Country Planning) - Territorial Division for the Northern and Picardie Regions, RABAUD Mathieu, Cerema (Center of Studies and Expertise on Risks, Environme
Road Transport Services Organized by French “regions”. A Contribution to the Rail Vs. Road Debate  
David Dubois, CEREMA - Direction Territoriale Centre-Est, Isabelle Treve-Thomas, CEREMA - Direction Technique Territoires Et Ville
The Economic Value of Bus Subsidy  
Pedro A L Abrantes, Passenger Transport Executive Group
Ensuring Value for Money from Rail Franchise Margins  
Andrew Meaney, Oxera Consulting Ltd, Christopher Davis, Oxera Consulting Ltd, Lewis Gudgeon, Oxera Consulting Ltd
Impact of Common Transport Policy on Czech Railways
Tomas Paleta, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration
Strategic Reactions of Airlines to Their Inclusion in the European Trading Scheme  
Estelle Malavolti, French Civil Aviation University (ENAC) and Toulouse School of Economics, Marion Podesta, Universite de Savoie (IREGE)
ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY MEASUREMENT BY DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS : The Case of European Railway
EMMANUEL BOUGNA, Laboratory of Transport Economic, YVES CROZET, Laboratory of Transport Economic
Quality of Service and Congestion in Urban Public Transport: a Micro-simulation Approach  
Vincent Benezech, ITF, International Transport forum of the OECD, Francois Combes, CEREMA and LVMT, Ecole de Ponts, ParisTech, Julien Ponton, Ecole Des Ponts ParisTech
The Recent Development of the Dutch Regional and National Models
Dusica Krstic Joksimovic, Public Works and Water Management, Ministery of Infrastructure and the Environment, Frank Hofman, Public Transport and Water Management
The Lost Honour of the Benefit-Cost Ratio  
Yaron Hollander, Transport for London
Cost-Benefit Methodology for Highway-Railway Grade Crossing Safety Protocols As Applied to Transportation IInfrastructure Project Prioritization Processes  
Walter Kemmsies, PhD, Ricardo Cruz, Tavla Solutions, A.R. Thomas, PE, North Carolina Department of Transportation
NFC Technology Based Models for Electronic Fare Collection Systems  
Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Denes Valoczi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Attila Aba, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Spatial Analysis of Commuting to Work Intensities and Patterns in England and Wales and Leeds City Region
Thomas Murphy, School of Geography, University of Leeds, John Stillwell, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Lisa Buckner, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds
Mode Choice in Commuting - an Anlysis of Factors That Can Reduce the Car Use  
Elise Caspersen, Institute of Transport Economics (TOI)
Incentives and Gaming Environments for Changing Commuter Behaviour  
Martin Kracheel, Universite Du Luxembourg
Session 7
URBAN FORM AND SUSTAINABILITY: Modelling Evidences from the Case Study of Rome  
Pierluigi Coppola, Unversity of Rome Tor Vergata, Enrica Papa, University of Amsterdam, Agostino Nuzzolo, Unversity of Rome Tor Vergata
Challenges of Data Requirements for Modelling Residential Location Choice: the Case of Berlin, Germany  
Benjamin Heldt, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transport Research, Kay Gade, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transport Research, Dr. Dirk Heinrichs, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transport Research
FLUTE: the Application of a Land-use/transport Interaction Model to Prioritize City Region Investment  
David Simmonds, David Simmonds Consulancy, S Dalgleish, AECOM, N Byers, South Yorkshire PTE
The Size and Growth of Inland Ports: A Statistical Analysis of Determining Characteristics  
Patrick Witte, Utrecht University, Bart Wiegmans, Tu Delft, Tejo Spit, Utrecht University
InnoWaggon Rail Experience Meets Innovation  
Andreas M. Wandas, Rail Cargo Austria
Success Conditions for Innovation Among Seaport Operators: a QCA Approach
Thierry Vanelslander, University of Antwerp, Christa Sys, University of Antwerp, Michele Acciaro, Kühne Logistics University
Transporation Planning a Key Element in EcoCity Development - Analysis of Scenarios for NewBorgElArab, Egypt
Åsa Hedman, VTT, Technical Research Centre, Finland, Mohamed Shahin, Faculty of Engineering – Alexandria University, Egypt
Design Dilemmas in Long Term Foresight Studies
Hans Hilbers, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Danielle Snellen, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Jan Ritsema Van Eck, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Land Use Planning Today As an Instrument for Less Car Use 2030  
Karin Brundell-Freij, WSP Analysis and Strategy, Sweden, Eva Ericsson, WSP Analysis and Strategy, Sweden, Håkan Johansson, Swedish Transport Administration
Accessible Airport – Practical Experiences from the Viennese Airport
Elmar Fürst, WU Vienna, Christian Vogelauer, WU Vienna
Airport Access - Winners and Losers
John Hawthorne, SKM Colin Buchanan
High-Speed Railways and Local Growth: An Empirical Assessment Based on the French Experience  
Koning Martin, Paris East University - IFSTTAR - SPLOTT, Blanquart Corinne, Paris East University - IFSTTAR - SPLOTT, Delaplace Marie, Paris East University – IFU - Lab’Urba
Research on Demand Impact of Fares Structures
Michele Mazza, Accent MR, Rob Sheldon, Accent MR, Tony Magee, Association of Train Operating Companies
Regional Rail Demand in Northern England – Explaining Growth in a Downturn World
Jon Crockett, Systra, Pedro Abrantes, Passenger Transport Executive Group, Mark Wardman, ITS
Performance and Efficiency of High-speed Rail Systems  
Jack Doomernik, Antwerp University
Targeting Infrastructure Investment to Achieve Modal Shift  
Elaine Brick, AECOM, Brian Caulfield, Trinity College Dublin
A Thurrock Infrastructure Led Growth Agenda
David Bull, Thurrock Council
North America, Where Old is the New
Rebecca Powell, Steer Davies Gleave
Dynamic Simulation Assessment of Train and Tram Platform Interfaces  
Paul Clifford, Mott MacDonald, Elizabeth Melville, Mott MacDonald, Sonja Nightingale, Mott MacDonald
Pedestrian Modelling Techniques in Achieving Planning Efficiency and Real Life Solutions  
Samya Ghosh, AECOM, Andrew Leeson, AECOM, Ewa Prawdzik, AECOM
Understanding How Big Data and Crowd Movements Will Shape the Cities of Tomorrow  
Andrew Leeson, AECOM, Pablo Alvarez, AECOM, Samya Ghosh, AECOM
Female Early Adopters of E-Carsharing  
Ines Kawgan-Kagan, TU Berlin
Bike Sharing Systems: Effectiveness, Impact and Assessment  
Avgi Vassi, NTUA, Thanos Vlastos, National Technical University of Athes
GIS-based Optimization of Bike-sharing Systems
Matthias Benedek, Department of Geography, University of Augsburg, Carolin Von Groote-Bidlingmaier, Department of Geography, University of Augsburg, Sabine Timpf, Department of Geography, University of Augsburg
Multimodal Travel Information in the Region Maastricht  
H. Palm, DAT.Mobility, J. Camp, Maastricht Bereikbaar, C. Stelling,, MuConsult
Session 8
The Politics of Cycle Safety in London and the UK
Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster
Improving Coherence Between Urban and Transport Planning: a Way Towards Better Accessibility
Daniëlle Snellen, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, David Hamers, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Joost Tennekes, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Development of a Policy Assessment Framework for Urban Traffic Calming Through the Case Study of Budapest  
Mattias Juhasz, Szechenyi Istvan University, Laszlo Sandor Kerenyi, BKK Centre for Budapest Transport, Tamas Matrai, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Crossrail 2 – Development and Application of an Appraisal Framework for Crossrail 2 in London  
Jameel Hayat, AECOM, Stephen Pauling, Transport for London, Andrew Mak, Transport for London
Upgrading Rural Bridges for Improved Freight Efficiency  
Wayne Davies, Transport and Main Roads
URBAN TRUCK FACILITIES AS A MEANS TO RELIEVE CONGESTION  
Bernhard O.Herzog, Futureproofingtransport.org
Legal or Illegal Cabotage? How Big Data Can Help to Solve This Question!  
Aad Van Den Engel, Panteia, Jan Francke, Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM),, Arnaud Burgess, Panteia
THE BERLIN PEDELEC CORRIDOR, A NEW WAY TO ENFORCE WORKPLACE CYCLING IN BIG CITIES  
Dr. Johannes Theissen, Team Red Deutschland GmbH, Axel Qunaz, Team Red Deutschland GmbH
Using Decision Trees to Determine Junction Design Rules
Erwin Bezembinder, University of Twente / Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Eric Van Berkum, University of Twente, Luc Wismans, University of Twente / DAT Mobility
National and Regional Benefits of High Speed 2
Edward O'Loughlin, WSP Group, James Nutter, Metro
The Effects of Feeder Accessibility on HSR’s Share: Case of Wuhan-Guangzhou Corridor of China
Shengchuan Zhao, Dalian University of Technology, Bingrong Sun, Dalian University of Technology
Planning and Prioritising Conventional and High-Speed Train Services  
John Armstrong, Arup, University of Southampton, Ian Hood, Arup, John Preston, University of Southampton
High-Speed Rail and Its Integration into the Rail Network
Peter Endemann, Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain
Modeling Parking Demand in Intense Urban and Academic Environments  
Brett Wood, P.E., CAPP, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIES OF SCOPE IN EUROPEAN RAILWAY BY THE USE OF DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS
EMMANUEL BOUGNA, Laboratory of Transport Economic, YVES CROZET, Laboratory of Transport Economic
An Innovative Method for Longitudinal Travel Data Collection: The MPN Netherlands Mobility Panel
Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, Nina Schaap, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, Paul Van Beek, Goudappel Coffeng
Data Errors and Their Impacts, the Case of DATELINE  
Cornelis Dirk Van Goeverden, Delft University of Technology, Bart Van Arem, Delft University of Technology, Rob Van Nes, Delft University of Technology
Session 9
“Contrats D’axes” As a French Way to Make TOD Happen? About Some French Recent Experiences Furthering the Integration of Public Transport Supply and Land Development Strategies  
Gilles BENTAYOU, CEREMA - Central East Territorial Directorate, Martine MEUNIER-CHABERT, CEREMA, Emmanuel PERRIN, CEREMA - Central East Territorial Directorate
Transit-Oriented Development in Europe – Perspectives for Successful Implementation from the Bahn.Ville Experience
Gebhard Wulfhorst, Technische Universität München, Alain L'Hostis, IFFSTAR - LVMT
Metering with Traffic Signal Control – Development and Evaluation of an Algorithm  
Henk Taale, Delft University of Technology, Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Patrick Legius, Delft University of Technology
Traffic Management at Mega Events: Challenges and User-oriented Solutions
Elmar Fürst, WU Vienna, Magdalena Dalagianis, WU Vienna
Vulnerability Identification and Resilience Enhancements of Urban Environments
Kai Fischer, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, Ernst-Mach-Institut, Christoph Richling, Schüßler Plan Engineering, Werner Riedel, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, Ernst-Mach-Institut
How Can the Wider Economic Impacts of Transportation Assets Be Assessed?  
Remi Martins-Tonks, Oxera Consulting Ltd, Andrew Meaney, Oxera Consulting Ltd, Phillip Horne, Port of Dover
How Can a Very High Value for Money Transport Scheme Have a Negative Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR)?  
Chris White, Mott MacDonald, Sansaka Sirivadidurage, Mott MacDonald
Simulation of Parking Spaces
Tor Vorraa, Citilabs