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Monday 13 September Programme

Tuesday 14 September Programme

Wednesday 15 September Programme

 

Monday 13 September 

Opening Session

1000 – 1100 hours (CEST)/ 0900 – 1000 hours (BST/WEST)

Welcome and Introduction to the Conference

Pierluigi Coppola
Prof. Pierluigi Coppola

 

Chair of the AET Board

Keynote: Infrastructure funding plans for the recovery after COVID-19

Matthew Baldwin
Matthew Baldwin

 

Deputy Director-General
Mobility and Transport
European Commission

 

Stream

Session 1

1100-1300 hours CEST

Session 2

1400-1600 hours CEST

Session 3

1630-1830 hours CEST

Global
Trends
Impacting Transport

 

COVID-19 IMPACTS

Session Chair: Csaba Kelen, Budapest Development Agency, HU

Effects of the COVID 19 pandemic on mobility and transport mode choice

T Hagen, M Sunder, E Lerch, S Saki, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, DE

Has the Covid-19 pandemic caused people to commute less sustainably? Evidence from Switzerland based on two 2020 employee travel surveys at the School of Engineering of Zurich University of Applied Sciences

M Stiebe, Institute of Sustainable Development (ZHAW SoE), CH

Effects of the COVID19 pandemic on mode choice patterns during official lockdown period in Bangladesh

S Hossain Iqra, S Islam, A Sabiha Huq, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, BD

The viability of public transport operations in South Africa during an epidemic: a study of the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport response to Covid-19 pandemic

K Muronga, P Binda; L Kwange; F Masuku, CSIT South Africa, ZA

COVID-19 CURRENT INSIGHTS

Session Chair: Jan Kiel, Panteia, NL

The impact of COVID-19 and policy measures on commuting in the Netherlands

H Taale, Rijkswaterstaat and Delft University of Technology; M-J Olde Kalter, Ministry of Infrastructure and Watermanagement; R Haaijer, C Damen, MuConsult, NL

All Change? Tracking travel behaviour, attitudes and social impacts during and following the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK

C Davie, M Drake, Department for Transport, UK

No way back after Covid 19?

F S Hoen, W Ma, T Tørset, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO

How COVID-19 is changing the travel behaviour? a panel survey in Italy

E Sottile, G Tuveri, F Piras, I Meloni, University of Cagliari, IT

 

CITY CASES

Session Chair: Vladimir Momčilović, University of Belgrade, RS

 Linking travel patterns and electric mobility – shaping the transition for Hamburg

K Rosenberger, Hamburg University of Technology, DE; R Tapia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BR; H Friedrich, Kühne Logistics University, DE

Climate change challenges in the metropolitan mobility system of Barcelona

L Alegre, ATM, ES

How to model the mobility impacts of the COVID-19 in Budapest

R Netto de Souza, T Mátrai, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), HU

 

 

Young Researchers' & Practitioners' Forum

INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY IN TRANSPORT

Session Chair: Alberto Gonzalez-Zaera, Connected Places Catapult and Eka Hintaran, Tier Mobility, UK

Building barriers through bias? establishing measures to tackle unconscious bias in transport

V Heald, WSP, UK

Women on wheels: a Dublin based research into gender and cycling

G Grigoli, C Cahill, R Egan, S Ginanne, Systra, IE

Gendered barriers to travel: moving from understanding to action

K Pearce, S Francis, Jacobs, UK

How to ensure the provision of social inclusive public transport bus services? a strategic case study in Lisbon

H A Sacoor, LNEC I.P. and ISCTE; E Arsenio, LNEC I.P.; E Cardoso, ISCTE; J Barateiro, LNEC. I.P., PT

DATA AND INCLUSIVE MOBILITY

Session Chair: Katie Pearce, Jacobs, UK and Orgerta Zeqo, NET Engineering, IT

The effective/sustainable representativeness of data collection approach for inclusive mobility

A Thimnu, M Chiara Leva, L D’Arcy, M Kinahan, A Lohmore, Technological University Dublin, IE

Multi-perspective view on challenges for deploying inclusive and accessible digital mobility and logistics services

I Keseru, H Delaere, S Basu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BE

How to bring the city closer to people? using spatial network analysis to create a 15-minute city

S Nalaskowska, Wedderburn Transport Planning, UK

BIG DATA TRANSPORT MODELLING

Session Chair: André Goncalves, Sweco, UK and Orgerta Zeqo, NET Engineering, IT

Development and application of a large-scale geospatial analysis tool for informed safety investment

A Ryan, C Ai, C Fitzpatrick, M Knodler, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US

Predicting travel mode choice using machine learning and multinomial logit

H Falih, PTV Group/University of Wollongong Dubai, DE and UA; K Noekel, PTV Group, DE

Clustering urban areas based on GPS trajectories and geospatial data

S Saki, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, DE

 

Planning for
Sustainable
Land Use 
& Transport

SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT:
CARBON REDUCTION

Session Chair: Wim Korver, Goudappel Groep, NL

Midlands Connect carbon quantification

S Statham, R van Barr, Midlands Connect; P Byron, C Tuinea, P Mistry, WSP, UK

Roadmaps for decarbonising transport in the UK by 2050

G Lyons, C Rohr, Mott MacDonald; A Curry, School of International Futures, UK

 Tackling the decarbonisation challenge head on – Surrey’s fourth Local Transport Plan and beyond

L Bloomer, T Macmillan, Atkins (SNC-Lavalin Group), UK

 

MOVING TOWARDS
SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

Session Chair: Anna Contenti, Jacobs, IT

Electric cities – variation in ownership of electric vehicles across the UK

J Fox, B Patruni, Z Hernández, RAND Europe; S Marinker, Powerscourt, UK

How can behavioural science increase the uptake of Electric Vehicles?

C Senese, J Solomon, P Corcoran, P Dyson, Department for Transport, UK

Factors that influence everyday leisure travelers’ mode choice and perceptions of mode switching

E Strömblad, Lund University, SE

 

STRATEGIC TRANSPORT PLANNING
FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Session Chair: Danielle Snellen, PBL, NL

How does a housing crisis become a transport problem?

J Clift, S Bhatnagar, A Turner, Transport for London, UK

Regional transport decarbonisation - assessing the future policy gaps in an uncertain world

A Goodchild, J Snape, M Smith, K Gera, Transport for the North, UK

Forecasting for the delivery of Scotland’s transport strategy and climate change ambition

S Cragg, Transport Scotland; D Simmonds, David Simmonds Consultancy; R Cann, AECOM, UK

Rail Policy
& Planning

 

RAIL APPRAISAL
(Joint session with Transport
Economics, Finance & Appraisal)

Session Chair: Peter Endemann, Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain, DE

Enhancing links between rail scheme design and appraisal to better meet customer, economic, society and environmental needs

J Drath, Arup, UK

Social equity in high-speed railway projects in Italy and Portugal:  mapping key policy and practical lessons

E Venezia, University of Bari Aldo Moro, IT; E Arsenio, LNEC, Department of Transport, PT

Economic development impacts of peripheral stations

K Godfrey, J Siraut, Jacobs, UK

COVID-19 AND TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR

Session Chair: Andy Meaney, Oxera, UK

Covid-19 and train travel behavior

M van Hagen, M de Bruyn, V Severens, NS; D Ton, D Duives, N van Oort, TU Delft, NL

Analysing ‘Twitter Conversation’ to assess passengers’ sentiment of public transport usage in London: the case of the COVID19 Pandemic

F Messa, D Presicce, A Gorrini, G Ceccarelli, D Deponte, Systematica, IT

Social distancing on public transport: how to measure it and the impact on space planning

A Lopez Garces, J Nicoll, Jacobs, UK

Freight & Logistics

TRANSPORT EVALUATION MODELS
FOR SUPPORTING LOGISTICS
(Joint session with Transport Models)

Session Chair: Michiel de Bok, Significance, NL

Decarbonising last mile road freight for sustainable connected places

P Franco, D Kaba, F Galatioto, Connected Places Catapult, UK

Forecasting freight flows in times of crises

J Francke, J Visser, KiM Netherlands institute for transport policy analysis; A Burgess, R Houkes, Panteia, NL

Business-economic evaluation of the VT concept for the Danube case study

E Moschouli, E van Hassel, L Nanway Boukani, T Vanelslander, M Thury, C Sys, A Coling, R Hekkenberg, University of Antwerp, BE

SMART LAND FREIGHT TRANSPORT

Session Chair: Thierry Vanelslander, University of Antwerp, BE

Smart consumer-oriented urban logistics

B Borgström, M Sundström, Malmö University, SE

Container shortages in Asia and possible solutions for management of empty containers in distribution network of a logistics company under uncertainty

N Hoang, Quy Nhon University, VN

Road Safety Improvement Programme for large manufacturing organisations

R Seth, Logistics Safety Strategist, IN

 

FREIGHT MODELLING AND SIMULATION
(Joint session with Transport Models)

Session Chair: Michiel de Bok, Significance, NL

A simulation model for eHighway systems – the electrification of heavy road freight transport with contact lines

M Werner, A Stephan, Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), DE

Efficiency gains derived from autonomous trucks in container terminals - a VISSIM simulation study

P Zimmerman, S Schmitt, R Fiedler, S Willrodt, I Völkel, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services, DE

Route choice modelling for freight vehicles: an approach based on floating car data

A Comi, A Polimeni, University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT

Intelligent Mobility - Management
& Operations

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND ROAD SPACE

Session Chair: Morag Robertson, Jacobs, UK

City2Navigation (C2N): digitalisation of traffic management and linkages with private navigation systems

C Schürmann, D Geiger, TCP International; P Lubrich, BASt, DE

Redesign of urban roadspace in Europe considering all road uses

P Anciaes, P Jones, University College London, UK

Making real-time traffic modelling a reality for the City of York

J Guilliatt, City of York Council; M Oliver, PTV Group; M Crouse, Wood Group, UK

Innovation in tackling air quality using real-time decision support in Oxfordshire

G Economidies, Oxfordshire County Council; R Leigh, Earthsense; G Jackman, Aimsun, UK

 

 

 

ELECTRIFICATION

Session Chair: Konstanze Winter, RWS, NL

COVID-19 impact on light electric mobility

E Cosso, C Repetto, T Bridge S.p.A, IT; J F Papi, Etelätär Innovation, EE; F Kühl, Etelätär Innovation, ES

Estimating the impact of standing e-scooters, micromobility with micro effects?

G Alberts, N van Oort, E Arends, B van Wee, J A Annema, P Kole, TU Delft and A T Osborne, NL

Factors for the design of electric road system networks related to road operation, construction and vehicle characteristics

J K Wilke, R Linke, F Schöpp, M Boltze, TU Darmstadt, DE

Evaluation of the UK’s Introduction of Rental E-scooters

A Badzic, J Davies, J Atkinson, E Elster, Department for Transport, UK

 

PERCEPTIONS AND BEHAVIOURS

Session Chair: Henk Taale, RWS, NL

Exploring factors influencing the willingness to use a mobility management travel app

F Piras, G Tuveri, E Sottile, I Meloni, University of Cagliari, IT

Explaining heterogeneity in consumers’ preferences towards owning, sharing, and riding Autonomous Vehicles

P Coppola, F De Fabiis, Politecnico di Milano; F Silvestri, Università di Roma Tor Vergata, IT

The potential impact of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) on health

J Krantz, H Ratilainen, Arup, NL

 

Transport Economics,
Finance &
Appraisal

VALUE OF TIME

Session Chair: Marlinde Knoope, KiM Netherlands institute for transport policy analysis, NL

Estimating values of time from revealed preference data

J Fox, RAND Europe, UK; P Ó Súilleabháin, Irish National Transport Authority; W Brazil, Irish National Transport Authority and Trinity College Dublin, IE

Congested values of travel time

M Sanca, M Clark, B Jamieson, Department for Transport, UK

How does the value of time vary with income?

C Cheyney, Department for Transport, UK

RAIL APPRAISAL
(Joint session with Rail Policy & Planning)

Session Chair: Peter Endemann, Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain, DE

Enhancing links between rail scheme design and appraisal to better meet customer, economic, society and environmental needs

J Drath, Arup, UK

Social equity in high-speed railway projects in Italy and Portugal:  mapping key policy and practical lessons

E Venezia, University of Bari Aldo Moro, IT; E Arsenio, LNEC, Department of Transport, PT

Economic development impacts of peripheral stations

K Godfrey, J Siraut, Jacobs, UK

UNCERTAINTY 

Session Chair: Elisabete Arsenio, LNEC, PT

Capturing the long-term value of transport investments

J Nellthorp, M Ojeda-Cabral, ITS, University of Leeds; I Stead, Jacobs, UK

Estimating major project benefits in an uncertain future

D Balfe, C McHugh, J Tillotson, Veitch Lister, AU

The Uncertainty Toolkit: a guide to proportionate uncertainty analysis within transport

R Harrap, R Noble, R Witte, Department for Transport, UK

 

Transport Models

MODELLING THE PANDEMIC

Session Chair: Craig Shipley, Atkins, UK

Rapid pandemic scenario modelling with pandemic activity modifier

I Song, F Shone, E Dahan, T Chatziioannou, Arup, UK

Microsimulation modelling of an NHS Scotland drive-through COVID-19 vaccination site using Vissim

R Coulthart, Sweco, UK

ACTIVITY-BASED MODELLING

Session Chair: Siamak Khorgami, AECOM, UK

Pivot point procedure in the Compass Activity-Based Model for Copenhagen

C O Hansen, COH ApS, DK; A Daly, Alogit Software & Analysis Ltd., NL; G Vuk, GV Models ApS, DK

Proof of concept activity-based model for London and its application to area pricing in London

C Teye, C Cheriyan, T Price, R Forrest, R Hendratmoko, H Groot, Transport for London, UK

The effect of activity sequence representation on modelling of impact equity

F Shone, S Hayes, Arup, UK

Using genetic optimisation and agent-based models in designing road charging schemes

K Kozlowska, G Casey, R Sedgwick, Arup, UK

MODELLING THE NEW NORMAL

Session Chair: Marco Kouwenhoven, Significance, NL

Modelling "new normal" - telecommuting aspect

G Vyas, P Vovsha, INRO, US

Signs of “New Normal”: long-term impacts of COVID-19 on travel behavior and their reflection in travel models

G Vyas, P Vovsha, INRO, US

Modeling the future demand for teleworking: a study using the Google COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports

W Raballand, A Marchal, B Bion, CEREMA, FR

 

Transport Models

TRANSPORT EVALUATION MODELS
FOR SUPPORTING LOGISTICS
(Joint session with Freight & Logistics)

Session Chair: Michiel de Bok, Significance, NL

Decarbonising last mile road freight for sustainable connected places

P Franco, D Kaba, F Galatioto, Connected Places Catapult, UK

Forecasting freight flows in times of crises 

J Francke, J Visser, KiM Netherlands institute for transport policy analysis; A Burgess, R Houkes, Panteia, NL

Business-economic evaluation of the VT concept for the Danube case study

E Moschouli, E van Hassel, L Nanway Boukani, T Vanelslander, M Thury, C Sys, A Coling, R Hekkenberg, University of Antwerp, BE

 

FREIGHT MODELLING AND SIMULATION
(Joint session with Freight & Logistics
)

Session Chair: Michiel de Bok, Significance, NL

A simulation model for eHighway systems – the electrification of heavy road freight transport with contact lines

M Werner, A Stephan, Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), DE

Efficiency gains derived from autonomous trucks in container terminals - a VISSIM simulation study

P Zimmerman, S Schmitt, R Fiedler, S Willrodt, I Völkel, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services, DE

Route choice modelling for freight vehicles: an approach based on floating car data

A Comi, A Polimeni, University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT

Aviation

AVIATION POLICY AND
PASSENGER PERCEPTION

Session Chair: Konstanze Winter, RWS, NL

Pay more, fly more? Examining the potential guilt-reducing and flight-encouraging effect of an integrated carbon offset

G Bosehans, University of Newcastle, UK; J W Bolderdijk, University of Groningen, NL; J Wan, University of Guelph, CA

Recent trends on aviation policy: the 20s of the millenium period

S X Toh, Marcharh Initiative, UK

Aviation policy in national election programmes

G C M Uitbeijerse, G P Geilenkirchen, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency; M Kouwenhoven, G Van Eck, Significance, NL

Key drivers of passenger satisfaction: a comparison between a regional airport and a big city airport

M C Leva, M Kinhan, A Thimnu, A Caimo, L D’Arcy, TU Dublin, IE; L D'Alonzo, University of Chieti-Pescara; A Gorrini, Systematica, IT; D Lainado, L Naranjo, Eurecat; P Ciria, FGC, ES; P Zalecki, ZTM, PL; Y Hail, Stirling University, UK

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19
ON AIR TRANSPORTATION

Session Chair: John Siraut, Jacobs, UK

Are we ever going to get out of this? Recovery in the forefront. The post-Covid era in air transportation

A Koumoutsidi, I Pagoni, A Polydoropoulou, University of the Aegean, GR

Air transport, the pandemic and the new protectionist policies. The Italian case

C Tincani, University of Verona, IT

Post-Covid aviation: a holistic view on challenges and opportunities

G Boosten, C Zuniga Alcaraz, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, NL

 

 

 

Tuesday 14 September

 

Virtual Technical Visit

1200 - 1300 hours (CEST)/1100 - 1200 hours (BST/WEST)

ATM Azienda Trasporti Milanesi, the municipal public transport company of Milan, will showcase two projects:

1) automated metros; 2) the “full-electric fleet“ 

 

Plenary Session: The Effects of Covid-19 on Transport

1830 hours (CEST)/1730 hours (BST/WEST)

International Panel

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Professor Tae Hoon Oum

University of British Columbia, Canada
President of the World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRS) 

Simon Nielsen

Head of Policy Appraisal and Evaluation
Transport for London, United Kingdom 

Arrigo Giana

Chief Executive Officer 
Azienda Trasporti Milanesi S.p.A., Milan, Italy 

 

Stream

Session 4

1000-1200 hours CEST

Session 5

1300-1500 hours CEST

Session 6

1600-1800 hours CEST

Global
Trends impacting Transport

 

COVID-19 SHORT-TERM SOLUTIONS

Session Chair: Anan Allos, Atkins, UK

Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the automotive industry in Baden-Wuerttemberg and its supply chains

B Frieske, German Aerospace Center (DLR) - Institut of Vehicle Concepts; S Stieler, IMU Institute, DE

Managing the mobility demand: the coresponsibility of companies

X Sanyer, Metropolitan Transport Authority of Barcelona, ES

Transport for London: Managing demand in a global pandemic

L Gibson, E Herreras-Griffiths, Transport for London, UK

Towards a short to medium term mitigation strategy to address the external air and sea connectivity challenges posed by the COVID-19 Pandemic for Northern Ireland

A Smyth, Transport Analysis and Advocacy; N Dennis, University of Westminster; M O’Reilly, Economist, UK

COVID-19 LONG-TERM SOLUTIONS

Session Chair: Oliver Charlesworth, Bentley Systems, UK

The impact of COVID-19 on travel behaviour in London and implications for strategic aims

H Groot, Transport for London, UK

Acceptance of autonomous vehicles in light of the COVID-19 effects on mobility

M Miskolczi, M Jászberényi, Corvinus University of Budapest; A Munkácsy, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences; D Földes, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HU        

Changes in citizen transportation behavior as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic

M Bauer, Cracow University of Technology, PL

ACTIVE TRAVEL OPTIONS
(Joint session with Planning for
Sustainable Land Use & Transport)

Session Chair: Mark van Hagen, NS, NL

Does active transport lead to improved mood and productivity?  A panel study of travel changes during the Covid-19 lockdown in Norway

A Fyhri, A Ciccone, K Karlsen, C Papaix,Institute of Transport Economics, NO

Multiple benefits of active mobility on people and the environment (and how we achieve them)

N Hodzic-Srndic, K Raunig Austria Tech, AT

Cycling level as a function of crime and violence

T Matrai, J H Oliveira da Cruz, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), HU

Young Researchers' & Practitioners' Forum

COVID-19 AND THE CONSEQUENCES

Session Chair: Dalia Zecchi, Jacobs, IT and Andre Goncalves, Sweco, UK

The impact of COVID-19 on changes in community mobility and variation in transport modes in New Zealand

M Sheng, B Sharp, The University of Auckland, NZ

The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on travel behavior of students

M Tuscher, WU Vienna, AT

Post-lockdown mode-shift scenarios for commuting in the Peninsula Region

A Roser, AECOM, UK

TOWARDS NET ZERO EMISSIONS

Session Chair: Francesco De Fabiis, Politecnico di Milano, IT and Alberto Gonzalez-Zaera, Connected Places Catapult, UK

Electric vehicle charging loads: the impact of heterogeneity in travel demand and driving behavior

C Gschwendtner, A Stephan, ETH Zurich, CH

Free-flow carsharing systems in a spatio-temporal urban ecosystem: an urban informatics approach

F Messa, Systematica, D Deponte, Systematica, IT

Promising transport policy measures

D E C Blomjous, H D Hilbers, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), NL

SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

Session Chair: Fulvio Silvestri, Universita di Roma "Tor Vergata" and Francesco Fabiis, Politecnico di Milano, IT

Would you be better off switching to a sustainable mobility lifestyle partly based on electric mobility?

R Hoerler, Zurich University of Applied Sciences; T Stoiber, University of Basel, CH

Analysis of shared e-scooter usage in Portugal to contribute to sustainable urban mobility planning

G J Cabral Dias, P J Gomes Ribeiro, University of Minho; E  Arsénio, LNEC Department of Transport, PT

Conceptual development of the logistics chain flow of container transport within the Rhine-Alpine corridor

P Shobayo, E van Hassel, B Atasoy, T Vanelslander, A Nicolet, University of Antwerp, BE

Planning for Sustainable
Land Use
& Transport

INCLUSION: AGE AND GENDER
Session Chair: Monika Jain, Transport for London, UK

Considering children’s travel needs: perceptions of transport planning professionals in Ireland

S McDonagh, Jacobs; S Rock, TU Dublin, IE

Active school travel index

D Melsom, Arup, AU; R Chan, V Ismaili, Arup, UK

Invisible women - about the need to bridge the gender data gap and start including women in transport and mobility planning

M Weinreich, Ramboll, DK

Mapping gender inequalities within urban environments: the case of Naples (Italy)

C Gargiulo, G Carpentieri, C Guida, University of Naples Federico II, IT

 

 

INCLUSIVE TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

Session Chair: Vladimir Momčilović, University of Belgrade, RS

When Digital Mobility Solutions – DMS- contribute to a more sustainable, equitable or efficient transport system? first results of INclusive DIgital MObility solutions -INDIMO H2020 EU project

F Di Ciommo, G Rondinella, A Kilstein, cambiaMO | changing MObility ES; Y Shiftan, M Spektor, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, IL; W Vanobberghen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BE

Why a tram and not an e-scooter?  innovative (collective) transport planning strategies are not enough for just mobility in Brussels Capital Region

C Assaf, P Van den Broeck, KU Leuven, BE

Gender equality and social inclusion approach to cycle masterplanning: planning for a more inclusive, accessible, and resilient Ankara, Turkey

H Ratilainen, Arup, NL; N Altınel, Arup, TR

Walking for everyone – taking steps towards addressing inequality

S Claris, M-Y Man Oram, M Bennett, Arup, UK

LONGER TERM EFFECTS OF COVID
ON TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR

Session Chair: Farshid Kamali, Atkins, UK

How the Covid-19 pandemic changes daily commuting routines – Insights from the German mobility panel

L Ecke, M Magdolen, B Chlond, P Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DE

Exploring the relationship between the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and changes in travel behaviour: a qualitative study

M Cao, University of Westminster and Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK

Working from Home after Covid-19: impact on how housing preferences, work practices and travel behaviour

D Snellen, PBL, NL

 

Local Public Transport

CURRENT ISSUES AND OUTLOOK

Session Chair: Francis Cirianni, University of Reggio Calabria, IT

Inference of dynamic Origin-Destination matrices with trip and transfer status from individual smart card data

S Cerqueira, R Henriques, INESC-ID and Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon; E Arsenio LNEC, Department of Transport, PT

The future of urban public transport systems in the UK: developing a tangible vision and roadmap

D McCool, Arup, UK; D Melsom, Arup, AU

Willingness-to-pay on new rural mobilities by the elderly

K Dong Young, J S Chang, Seoul National University, KR

Quality inclusion criteria for rural public bus service contracts

M Rojo, H Gonzalo, University of Burgos, ES

 

EMERGING MODES

Session Chair: John Hawthorne, Independent Consultant, UK

Opportunities and potentials of Mobility-as-a-Service after the COVID-19 pandemic

K K Viergutz, B Frieske, B Scheier, DLR, DE

User experiences with automated shuttles: evidence from a large-scale survey in The Netherlands

M J Olde Kalter, A F Scheltes, M Ozturker, Goudappel, NL

Modal share of public transport: you cannot manage what you cannot measure

T Strommer, A Munkacsy, D Foldes, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, HU

Replacing a group of local fixed bus routes by a DRT service

M Pellot, J Mension, I Serra, Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), ES

 

INCLUSIVE MOBILITY

Session Chair: Elisabete Arsenio, LNEC, PT

The mobility divide index co-design for the accessibility measurement of public transport systems

M Bagnasco, C Repetto, T Bridge SpA, IT; F Brinkmann, DLR - Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., DE; L Alčiauskaitė, ENIL - European Network on Independent Living, BE

Shared mobility services – an accessibility assessment from the perspective of people with disabilities

A Goralzik, A König, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transportation Systems, DE; L Alčiauskaitė, European Network on Independent Living, BE; T Hatzakis, Trilateral Research Limited, IE

Changing the city: do tramways deliver? the case of the Casablanca and Rabat-Salé Tramways

T Delahais, Quadrant Conseil, FR; A Baanders, Independent Consultant, NL; P Bossard, Systra, FR; A Chèvre, Agence Française de Développement, FR

Queer Mobility: comparison of objective and subjective drivers of LGBT+ travel behaviour and implications for planning inclusive transport systems

R Adams, L Stack, Atkins, UK

Rail Policy
& Planning

COMPETITION
(Joint session with Transport
Economics, Finance & Appraisal)

Session Chair: John Siraut, Jacobs, UK

The seeds of competition in long-distance rail transport: comparing the early open-access countries

P Beria, Politecnico di Milano, IT; V Pařil, M Kvasnička, Masaryk University, CZ; S Tolentino, V Lunkar, Politecnico di Milano, IT

When market opening reverses – comparative analysis of public transport policy of multiple Central and Eastern European countries

V Oszter, B Ács, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, HU

The impact of low-cost high-speed rail on aviation

E Kroes, E P Kroes Beheer B.V.; J Kiraly, Research Consultant Sustainable Mobility, NL

DEMAND FORECASTING

Session Chair: Ben Condry, Imperial College, UK

Developing a gravity model for elasticity estimation in the rail industry

A Marsden, Department for Transport, UK

Generalised journey time research: new evidence and sensitivities for rail forecasting in the UK

R Maldonado, F Teklu, M Wardman, SYSTRA; P Wheat, A Stead, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds; D Howard, Passenger Demand Forecasting Council, UK

An improved understanding of rail commuter responses to prolonged periods of worsened punctuality

E Mills, F Teklu, M Wardman, R Maldonado, SYSTRA; D Howard, Passenger Demand Forecasting Council, UK

FUTURE RAIL STRATEGY

Session Chair: Paolo Beria, Politecnico di Milano, IT

Fair-sustainable rail transport. the case of the Ionian line in Calabria

D Gattuso, G C Cassone, D S Pellicanò, M Malara, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, IT

Rail 2030: a foresight exercise for assessing mobility, freight and territory development in Portugal

M M Tao, University of the Algarve, PT

The UK’s Union Connectivity Review

A Smyth, Transport Analysis and Advocacy Ltd; E Humphreys, Independent Rail Consultant; L Allison, University of Westminster, UK

Freight & Logistics

SOLUTIONS FOR URBAN LOGISTICS

Session Chair: Morag Robertson, Jacobs, UK

Smart curbside management for urban freight operations

M D Simoni, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE

Opportunities for cargo bike-sharing in urban logistics

A Sutaria, J Beckers, I D Cardenas Barbosa, T Vanelslander, University of Antwerp, BE

Providing route advice for urban goods vehicles

F Russo, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria; A Comi, University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT

 

SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIMATE SOLUTIONS

Session Chair: Hanno Friedrich, Kuehne Logistics University, DE

Quantifying the regional economic consequences of climate change by assessing its effect on logistics and transport infrastructures

L Eiserbeck, A Labinsky, O Lühr, Prognos AG, DE

Evaluation of train formation processes in rail freight yards

D Haalboom, M Krauth, TU Dresden, DE

An economic view on rerouting railcars in a single wagonload network to avoid congestion

M Krauth, D Haalboom, TU Dresden, DE

MARITIME AND PORTS OF THE FUTURE

Session Chair: Oliver Charlesworth, Bentley Systems, UK

Southern vs Northern European gateway competition: Rotterdam and Gioia Tauro attribute comparisons

F Russo, C Rindone, Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, IT

Maritime freights scenarios in the Mediterranean Sea, based on innovative ships' technologies: forecasts through gravity model and simulation approach

D Gattuso, G C Cassone, D S Pellicanò, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, IT

Fourth-generation ports in the Euro-Mediterranean region: scenario for Northern and Southern range

F Russo, G Musolino, Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, IT

Analysing trends towards the Dutch port policy note

M van der Horst, M Kansen, S Moorman, Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM), NL

 

Intelligent Mobility - Management
& Operations

 

 

NEW MOBILITY
(Joint session with Transport Models)

Session Chair: Henk Taale, RWS, NL

Longitudinal analysis of in-vehicle GPS data for traffic speed prediction

A Sayegh, C Karlsson, A Feeney, R Tolouei, AECOM; Q Feng, Department for Transport, UK

Simulation-based traffic assessment of a connected automated driving function

M V Baumann, H S Buck, P Vortisch, Institute for Transport Studies, KIT; S Ehrhardt, Institute of Human and Industrial Engineering, KIT; M Roschani, Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation, DE

Evaluation of heterogeneous traffic stream via macroscopic fundamental diagram for a quantified penetration rate of autonomous vehicles

Md T Bilal, D Giglio, University of Genoa, IT

Transport Economics, Finance & Appraisal

COMPETITION
(Joint session with Rail Policy & Planning)

Session Chair: John Siraut, Jacobs, UK

The seeds of competition in long-distance rail transport: comparing the early open-access countries

P Beria, Politecnico di Milano, IT; V Pařil, M Kvasnička, Masaryk University, CZ; S Tolentino, V Lunkar, Politecnico di Milano, IT

What is the real power of incumbents? case study on the Czech Republic

J Chini, M Kvizda, O Špetík, Masaryk University, CZ

When market opening reverses – comparative analysis of public transport policy of multiple Central and Eastern European countries

V Oszter, B Ács, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, HU

The impact of low-cost high-speed rail on aviation

E Kroes, E P Kroes Beheer B.V.; J Kiraly, Research Consultant Sustainable Mobility, NL

APPRAISAL METHODOLOGY 

Session Chair: Keyvan Rahmatabadi, AECOM, UK

Appraisal of various models of shared mobility hubs

E Coenegrachts, J Beckers, T Vanelslander, A Verhetsel, University of Antwerp, BE

Connected and automated vehicles – a partial solution to congestion?

R Rafiah, Economikr, IL; S Landau, EBP-US, US

GDP impact and economic analysis of Dhaka Chittagong Expressway: the case of Bangladesh

S Akter, ACE Consultants Ltd., BD

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transport Models

MODE CHOICE

Session Chair: Rimon Rafiah, Economikr, IL

Difference-in-differences and fixed-effects models in transport

E Kroes, E P Kroes Beheer B.V.; J Kiraly, Research Consultant Sustainable Mobility, NL

Improving the modelling of regional and urban public transport in the Dutch National Model System

J Willigers, J G Tuinenga, B Zondag, Significance, NL

 

USING STRATEGIC MODELS

Session Chair: Wolfgang Scherr, SBB Swiss Federal Railways, CH

The risks of transport model development. the case of Stravem

J Kiel, Panteia; R van Grol, Significance; W van der Hoeven, TDIMCO, NL

Scheme interaction assessment technique

M Sanca, C Drury, Department for Transport, UK

Evolution of Transport for London’s traffic modelling guidance documents in response to London’s changing environment

L Beeston, R Blewitt, Transport for London, UK

Post-processing transport modelling results: a necessity or a no-go?

J Kiel, Panteia BV, NL

NATIONAL MODELS

Session Chair: David Christie, Transport for London, UK

Implementation of a fully disaggregate agent-based travel model for Sweden

S Berglund, P Almström, Swedish Transport Administration; L Engelson, D Salhgren, Swedish Transport Administration and Linköping University, SE; P Vovsha, G Vyas, D Florian, A Grapperon INRO, CA

Growth Model 4: the new Dutch national passenger transport model

R Smit, Rijkswaterstaat, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management; B Zondag, Significance, NL

Speeding up England’s NTM: tactics for making large models run more quickly

P Sumner, S Law, Department for Transport, UK

Oman National Transport Masterplan and spatial strategy

B V Pentapati, A Allos, Atkins, UK

Transport Models

 

 

NEW MOBILITY
(Joint session with Intelligent Mobility - Management & Operations)

Session Chair: Henk Taale, RWS, NL

Longitudinal analysis of in-vehicle GPS data for traffic speed prediction

A Sayegh, C Karlsson, A Feeney, R Tolouei, AECOM; Q Feng, Department for Transport, UK

Simulation-based traffic assessment of a connected automated driving function

M V Baumann, H S Buck, P Vortisch, Institute for Transport Studies, KIT; S Ehrhardt, Institute of Human and Industrial Engineering, KIT; M Roschani, Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation, DE

Evaluation of heterogeneous traffic stream via macroscopic fundamental diagram for a quantified penetration rate of autonomous vehicles

Md T Bilal, D Giglio, University of Genoa, IT

Data

 

 

THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY/PUBLIC TRANSPORT BIG DATA

Session Chair: Keith Homer, MM Transport Planning, UK

Assessing robustness in multimodal transportation systems: a case study in Lisbon

J Tiago Aparício, R Henriques, INESC-ID, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa; E Arsenio, LNEC I.P., Department of Transport, PT

Spot the private hire: using machine learning to identify private hire vehicles from camera data

E Dahan, A Madaan, Arup, UK

System
Dynamics 

SYSTEM DYNAMICS APPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORT HEALTH AND SAFETY

Session Chair: Verena Ehrler, DLR, DE

Impact of transport policies to commuter safety in a developing country using system dynamics: the case of Metro Cebu, Philippines

F L Mayo, E B Taboada, University of San Carlos, PH

The role of new data and technologies in transport related health

G Harrison, S Grant-Muller, F Hodgson, University of Leeds, UK

 

SYSTEM DYNAMICS APPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY

Session Chair: Gillian Harrison, University of Leeds, UK

Assessing the contribution of modal choices towards carbon free urban transport in Helsinki, Finland - an exploratory modelling approach

H Wiman, A Tuominen, J Mesimäki, S Innamaa, P Ylén, M Penttinen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., FI

Modelling the transition dynamics of the socio-technical urban mobility system

V V Georgatzi, Y Stamboulis, University of Thessaly, GR

Applications of a new mobility System Dynamics tool

N Papakatsikas, F Pershagen, K Ounsi, 

WSP Sverige AB, SE

 

 

Wednesday 15 September

Healthy urban living for everyone - Utrecht, the 10 minutes city

0900-0930 hours (CEST)/0800-0830 hours (BST/WEST)

Keynote session organised by the Planning for Sustainable Land Use and Planning Programme Committee

2019 12 Lot van Hooijdonk4 Robert Oosterbroek
Lot van Hooijdonk

 

Alderman for mobility, energy and green
City of Utrecht

 

 

Stream

Session 7

1000-1200 hours CEST

Session 8

1300-1500 hours CEST

Session 9

1600-1800 hours CEST

Global
Trends Impacting Transport

 

TRANSPORT DECARBONISATION

Session Chair: Anders-Martin Fon, Norwegian Ministry of Transport, NO

 EV uptake vs State revenues: calibrating incentives and taxes with a new model of EV uptake in Australia

V Benezech, A Basile, Veitch Lister Consulting, AU

Behaviour change for Net Zero: applying deliberative research and behavioural science to explore how sustainable travel behaviour can be encouraged

P Corcoran, P Dyson, M Hall, Department for Transport, UK 

What transport sector investments align with the decarbonization pathway to Net Zero?

S Fraser, T Macmillan, Atkins, UK

Safety, air pollution and climate change in toll roads: a cash back rewarding initiative offering toll price reductions depending on the driving behaviours

A Maestripieri, Jacobs, IT

GENDER AND INCLUSION ISSUES

Session Chair: Fiona Brown, Transport Scotland, UK

Data to support analysis of gender mobility and accessibility in Ireland – where are the gaps?

C MacAongusa, Transport and Innovation Ltd, IE

Scenario analysis on the impact of disruptions on a passenger railway operator

M Voes, K De Langhe, C Sys, T Vanelslander, A Verhetsel, University of Antwerp, BE

How do mobility impaired customers perceive ridepooling? – findings from a large-scale survey of MOIA users

N Kostorz, E Fraedrich, M Heilig, M Kagerbauer, KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DE

RENEWABLE TRANSPORT FUELS

Session Chair: Gillian Harrison, University of Leeds, UK

Anticipate, Adjust, Adapt: managing sustainability transitions through multiple scenarios of urban mobility futures

T Gall, F Vallet, S Douzou, B Yannou, Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, FR

Deep decarbonization of the transport sector: banning the sale of diesel and petrol vehicles

S Yan, E Mulholland, Aarhus University, DK

 Hydrogen as a paste - application scenarios in the transport sector

J Brinken, T Schulz, M Vogt, T Assmann, Otto von Guericke University, DE

The role of renewable transport fuels in decarbonizing road transport

D Bacovsky et al, BEST - Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies, EU

Planning for Sustainable Land Use
& Transport

15 MINUTE CITY I

Session Chair: Barry Zondag, Significance, NL

The last mile, or the only mile? How the Covid-19 pandemic and ‘15-minute city’ principles might reshape our movement patterns and navigational needs in cities longer term

R Burgess, Atkins - SNC-Lavalin, UK

Can it be walked? Milan and the hyper-proximity model

D Presicce, D Deponte, F Bazzoni, L Abdelfattah, Systematica, IT

15-minute cities: are we ready?

O Russell, Steer, UK

Berlin Pankow – a 15-minute city for everyone?

J P Glock, J Gerlach, TU Dresden, DE

 

15 MINUTE CITY II

Session Chair: Michael Bach, Independent Consultant, UK

Ten-minute towns: delivering connected and sustainable communities through compact and permeable urban form

N Montague, K Alcaraz, Arup, UK

How to measure walkability? Developing and piloting a new method to assess walking conditions

V Hideg, N Szander, P Tóth, KTI, HU

Public transport planning – are we really heading towards goal achievement?

E-G Skartland, Norwegian institute of transport economics, TØI, NO

How transport analysis and architecture can drive together cities to sustainability

A Riva, PARK Associati; J Ognibene, NET Engineering, IT

LEARNING ABOUT CYCLING

Session Chair: Giovanni Acciaro, NET Engineering SpA, IT

Six myths about cycling: implications for planning policy and practice

J Mahne-Bieder, M Popp, H Rau, LMU Munich, DE

The Bicipolitana project of Bologna

A Delpiano, Città metropolitana di Bologna, IT

Learnings from the Cycle City Ambition Programme evaluation

J Orbell, Department for Transport; L Sloman, Transport for Quality of Life, UK

Local Public Transport

SUSTAINABILITY

Session Chair: Gisela Graefin von Schlieffen, RMV, DE

The impacts of Covid-19 on public transport – a case study from Germany

F Brockmeyer, J Heistermann, M Schulz, F Mey, civity Management Consultants, DE

The trade-off between economic and environmental sustainability of the transition towards clean-fuel vehicles in local public transport

P Coppola, F De Fabiis, Polytechnic University of Milan, IT

A comparative study on the global warming potential of cable cars as an alternative urban transportation system

J Niemann, F Krautzer, HS Duesseldorf, DE

COVID IMPACTS ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Session Chair: Iain Macbriar, QV Associates, UK

Understanding public transport patronage risks in recovery from COVID

D Veryard, R Savedge, Veitch Lister Consulting; A Cox, Public Transport Authority, Western Australia, AU

The consequences of COVID-19 on the viability of public transport – impacts resulting from changes in mobility behavior due to the COVID-19 pandemic

T Meisen, M Krause, P Kohl, S Gehrt, Centre for Automated Mobility, DE

Mind the (perceptions) gap

I Wright, Transport Focus, UK

Local public transport and the Covid-19 pandemic in Italy

F Cirianni, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria; U Crisalli, M Cecere, University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT

FUTURE DIRECTIONS

Session Chair: András Munkácsy, KTI, HU

First and last furlong

I Macbriar, QV Associates, UK

The place of walking in Mobility as a Service:  appraisal of non-monetizable modes towards more sustainable MaaS solutions

M Reyes, V Boutueil, I Nicolaï, J Puchinge, IRT SystemX, FR

Station naming rights as a sponsorship tool in public transport

G Buxton, WSP, UK

Public transport interchanges: path finding, information, orientation, navigation and connectivity improvements by using modern technologies

E Fürst, G Lamprecht, WU Vienna, AT

Rail Policy
& Planning

FUTURE TRENDS AFFECTING RAIL

Session Chair: Josie Drath, Arup, UK

COVID-19 and its impacts on rail commuting and business travel patterns

J Siraut, C Sheehy, T Fuller, D Magrico, Jacobs, UK

COVID-19 and travel behaviour:  what future for rail?

A Smyth, Transport Analysis and Advocacy Ltd; E Humphreys, Independent Rail Consultant, UK

How to bring sustainability into rail schemes?

S Elvery, Rail Delivery Group; M Shepherd, Oxera Consulting LLP, UK

STATION ACCESSIBILITY AND DESIGN

Session Chair: Samya Ghosh, AECOM, UK

How integration of transport analysis in architectural design can improve inner efficiency of urban interchange nodes

J Ognibene, M Villani, NET Engineering, IT

Insights into the bicycle-train combination: welcome on board!

T Leferink, J Marseille, J van Mil, N van Oort, Witteveen en Bos, AT Osborne and Delft University of Technology, NL

Station crowd redistribution and pandemic resilience: access and egress-based solutions to station crowding

R U Bhatt, J K Krom, A Montes Rojas, F Wilkesmann, Z Zhang, TU Delft, NL

APPRAISAL AND INCLUSIVE DESIGN

Session Chair: Domenico Gattuso, University of Reggio Calabria, IT

Fairness characteristics and user satisfaction for rail users: a case study comparing an Eastern European carrier and a Southern European one

L D’Alonzo, University of Chieti-Pescara, IT

Is it “all aboard” for everyone?

S Claris, Arup, UK

Freight & Logistics

E-COMMERCE IMPACTS AND PROSPECTS

Session Chair: Massimo Marciani, FIT Consulting, IT

The effects of e-commerce growth on the amount of kilometres driven for last-mile delivery

A S M Heinen, F M d’Hont, M de Bok, A van Binsbergen, L Tavasszy, Delft University of Technology; J Visser, S Verduin, KiM Kennisinstituut Mobiliteitsbeleid, NL

E-commerce in strategic freight models: an implementation in the province of the Zuid-Holland

S Thoen, L Eggers, Significance; M de Bok, Significance and TU Delft, NL

B2C home deliveries explosion due to COVID-19, also in the long run?

J Francke, J Visser, KiM Kennisinstituut Mobiliteitsbeleid, NL

E-HIGHWAY APPLICATIONS

Session Chair: Jan Francke, KiM, NL

Electrification of road freight transport: the influence of gross vehicle weight on the energy consumption of (overhead line) hybrid trucks

F Schöpp, Ö Öztürk, R Linke, J K Wilke, M Boltze, Technische Universität Darmstadt, DE

Optimizing investments in the eHighway system in Germany - a mixed integer linear program formulation

H Friedrich, S Pottel, A Goel, Kühne Logistics University; R Franz, Kuehne + Nagel; K Rolko, GLS International, DE

Integration of new drive concepts bytransport companies – experiences with the eHighway System

R Linke, F Schöpp, J Wilke, M Boltze, Technische Universität Darmstadt, DE

COVID IMPACTS: HOW TO HANDLE?

Session Chair: Verena Ehrler, DLR, DE

Corona crisis disruptions and consequences for demand for freight transport - a screening of the effects for the largest freight forwarders in Norway

I B Hovi, Institute of Transport Economics (TOI), NO

Impacts of the corona crisis on transport utilization in Norway

C S Mjøsund, D R Pinchasik, I B Hovi
Institute of Transport Economics (TOI), NO

COVID-19: How the freight industry has risen to the challenge

A Bardsley, AECOM, UK and IE

Transport Economics, Finance & Appraisal

DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACTS
AND SOCIAL VALUE I

Session Chair: John Siraut, Jacobs, UK

 

The benefits of an integrated approach to distributional impact analysis in supporting vulnerable transport users

C Marti, J Beard, Mott MacDonald, UK

Assessing the impact of road enhancements on creating new opportunities to realise social value

W Rennicks, A Charlesworth-May, Department of Transport, UK

DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACTS
AND SOCIAL VALUE II

Session Chair: Keyvan Rahmatabadi, AECOM, UK

Incorporating gender in transport appraisal – developing methodologies and tools to quantify economic benefits enjoyed by women

J Snape, C Storey, M Smith, L Castle, E Forde, Transport for the North; A Lopez Garces, Jacobs, UK

Transport appraisal, distributional weights and ‘levelling-up'

I Stead, Jacobs, UK

Appraisal in Scotland – delivering on climate, inequality, economy, health and wellbeing

S Cragg, Transport Scotland; M Joyce, Mott MacDonald, UK

 

 

Transport Models

ACTIVE TRAVEL MODELLING

Session Chair: Tim Gent, Atkins, UK

Adding cycling quality factors to routing and mode choice in a multi-modal model

A Sposaro, N Price, T Gent, Atkins, UK

Introducing uMove: Arup’s urban movement modelling toolkit

A Friesen, E Dahan, R Chan, V Ismaili, Arup, UK

Saturation flow, bicycles and e-scooters – rethinking the concept of PCU

D Carrignon, D Moreno-Sosa, M Ruda, Arcadis; T Hayman, Aimsun, UK

Modelling the Streetspace Plan for London

G Ghafghazi, S Kerry, D Hornshaw, Transport for London, UK

ENVIRONMENT: MODELLING ELECTRIFICATION, EMISSIONS AND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Session Chair: Laurence Chittock, PTV, UK

Development and application of a vehicle LCA modelling framework and its application in informing EU policy decisions

N Hill, S Amaral, Ricardo Energy & Environment, UK

Using open data for spatial transport emission modelling

N Thomsen, S Seum, German Aerospace Centre (DLR) - Institute of Transport Research, DE

Siting EV charge points: striking the balance between home and public charging

G Hill, A Curley, J Davies, Jacobs, UK

 

CAR OWNERSHIP AND
LAND USE MODELLING

Session Chair: Oliver Charlesworth, Bentley Systems, UK

Modelling alternative scenarios for Scotland

D Simmonds, V Nacar, E Revill, David Simmonds Consultancy; R Cann, AECOM; S Cragg, Transport Scotland, UK

Bid-rent location modelling – Greater Lincoln land use model

P Minta, J Tjiong, WSP, UK

Influence of density variables on car ownership

B Patruni, J Fox, RAND Europe, UK

All in all: estimating new dynamic car ownership models for The Netherlands on population data

M Kouwenhoven, Significance, NL; G de Jong – Significance, NL and ITS, University of Leeds, UK; K Winter, R Smit, Rijkswaterstaat, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management; J van Meerkerk, The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, NL

Data

COVID-19 AND THE CONSEQUENCES

Session Chair: Rimon Rafiah, Economikr, IL

Synthesising traffic count data from GPS fleet data

C Bruce, Arup, ES; M Chick, Highways England, UK

Comparing trends in local authority traffic datasets during the three national lockdowns in England during the COVID-19 pandemic

L Pienaar, Y Majeed, Arup; D Capes, Department for Transport; A Graham, White Willow Consulting, UK

Analyzing changes in travel patterns due to COVID-19 using Twitter data in India

S Shende, E Bhaduri, A K Goswami, IIT Kharagpur, IN

Image-based deep learning analytics for advanced transport modelling: a study of Corso Buenos Aires (Milan)

G Ceccarelli, D Deponte, D Presicce, Systematica, Milan, IT

Where are the passengers? individual passenger route choice estimation from gate information in urban rail transit systems

T J Tiam-Lee, R Henriques, INESC-ID, PT

DATA COLLECTION

Session Chair: Konstanze Winter, RWS, NL

start2park – determining, explaining and predicting cruising for parking

S Scheel-Kopeinig, T Hagen, S Siavash, J Ossmann, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, DE

Assessing sustainable transport solutions for rural mobility to improve decision‐making on future transport strategies

P Franco, D Kaba, S Nagaraju, Connected Places Catapult; H Smith, Department for Transport, UK

Characterising urban mobility diversity with dyadic analysis

H Wong, University College London, UK

Data sharing in public transport

A Antuca, C Franzen, Oxera Consulting Ltd, UK; G Ho, UITP, INT

 

 

GPS DATA

Session Chair: Walter French, Compass Informatics, IE

Characterising traffic conditions - identifying bias in mobile GPS data

D Carrignon, D Moreno-Sosa, M Ruda, Arcadis, UK

Using real-time GPS data to compare variability of speed in five European cities

Y Cheng, P Anciaes, N Hannawi, University College London, UK

TRANSPORT PLANNING SOCIETY

 

Growing and improving transport planning skills across Europe

Panel Discussion on how transport planning could be improved through better (international) collaboration, networking, training and skills development.

 Presentations:

·       Stephen Bennett - former Chair of TPS and TPS Transport Planner of the Year 2021, UK

·       Mark Frost - Chair, Transport Planning Society, UK

·       Elaine Brick - Regional Director AECOM and Regional Representative, Transport Planning Society Republic of Ireland Branch, IE

Discussants:

·       Francis Cirianni - Research fellow at the University of Reggio Calabria and Vice President of the National Agency for Professional Engineers of the CNI (Italian Engineering Council), IT

·       Ines Kawgan-Kagan - Managing Director, AEM (Accessible Equitable Mobility) Institute, DE

·       Patrick Bonnel - Head of Transport Department, ENTPE Graduate, Post-graduate and Research Institute, FR

·       Elisabete Arsenio - PhD, Leader of the Transport Economics and Policy Group of ECTRI (European Conference of Transport Research Institutes), PT

·       Tom Rye - Professor of Transport Policy at Molde University College, Norway and member of the European POLIS (Cities and Regions for Transport Innovation) Network, NO

 

 

 

 
 
 

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