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Urban transport X urban transport and the environment in the 21st century : [Tenth International Conference on Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century ; held at Dresden, Germany in 2004]

Author: Carlos A Brebbia; L C Wadhwa; Wessex Institute of Technology
Publisher: Southampton WIT Press 2004
Series: Advances in transport, 16; [WIT transactions on the built environment], [75]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The papers presented in this volume should be of interest to engineers, scientists and managers who are involved in the planning and management of urban transportation and transport policy.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carlos A Brebbia; L C Wadhwa; Wessex Institute of Technology
ISBN: 1853127167 9781853127168
OCLC Number: 253645984
Notes: Organised by: Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
Description: 917 Seiten Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: Section 1: Information systems Advanced decision support: improving control room effectiveness; Transport and infrastructure knowledge decomposition with reference models; General structure of an inter-mode public transport information system based on Web technology; Administrative support systems in road safety: the case of the Greek penalty point system; Feedback from a database created for reporting accidents in tunnels and galleries Section 2: Integrated transport and land use Urban land use changes and ICT-based innovation of public transport; Public transport developments in integrated transport and land use planning in the three largest Australian cities; Sustainable transport policies in Japanese cities: barriers to implementation; Washington, D.C./Richmond Rail corridor: community development strategies; The alignment between integrated transport plans and the preparation of integrated development plans in South Africa; Public transport in the sustainable urban transport policy; Cube Land - integration between land use and transportation Section 3: Transport demand management Trip generation: comparison of neural networks and regression models; Demand considerations in locating transportation facilities:a case of highway alignments Section 4: Transport modelling and simulation TRANSIMS - the next generation planning/simulation model; LPT: a successful choice for the future; A transit network design model for urban areas; Daily flow profiles of urban traffic; Urban traffic model for simulators; A conceptual LUTI model based on neural networks; An agent-based architecture for urban transportation systems; Improving on the initial solution heuristic for the Vehicle Routing Problem with multiple constraints; A multi-agent model for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows; A modelling of route choice behaviour in transportation networks: an approach from reinforcement learning; Modal choice models estimation using mixed Revealed and Stated Preferences data; Explaining the suspect behaviour of travel demand forecasters; Present and future trips analysis in Ahvaz city; A distribution regional freight demand model; Planning fundamental urban traffic changes: experiences with the Groningen traffic circulation scheme; Section 5: Urban transport systems Benchmarking a future transportation system: a simulation library for the S.A.T. project; The combined zone and fare planning problem; Integrating a modern light rail transit (LRT) system into an historic city centre; Logan Square: restored access and revived prominence; Public transport provision in Ahmedabad, India: accessibility to work place; An analysis of Ahvaz bus services system and its place in urban transportation, as well as the role it plays in reducing the traffic congestion within the central core of the city; Policy sensitivity analysis of Karachi commuters; A new methodology for allocating road space for public transport priority; Evaluation of bus lanes in central urban are
Series Title: Advances in transport, 16; [WIT transactions on the built environment], [75]
Other Titles: Urban transport and the environment in the 21st century
Responsibility: ed. C.A. Brebbia ...
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