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Poster Session: TA-D
Tuesday,12 July 2016, 10:30-12:10
Lobby Area - Zonghe Building
Chair: Doina Olaru
D1 - P01® Are travel behaviours stable in space and time?
M. Siska
KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non-profit Ltd., Hungary
D1 - P02® Pedestrian travel behavior in large Chinese cities, a case study of the Shanghai central city
Y. Chen1, J. Jiao*2, J. Mao1, H. Wu1
1Tong Ji University, China, 2The University of Texas at Austin, USA
D1 - P03 Exploring the nexus between e-commerce and urban land use planning - e-commerce impacts on mobility and location strategies
F. Pettersson*, W. Hiselius, T. Koglin
Lund University, Sweden
D1 - P04 Differences of travelers' preferences between air and rail transport in an area with new competitive high-speed railway
Y. Kobashikawa*1,2, M. Fujiu2, J. Takayama2, S. Nakayama2
1Dentsu Inc., Japan, 2Kanazawa University, Japan
D1 - P05® Research on the evaluation method and characteristics of expressway travel time reliability
J.N. Chen*, S.R. Zhang, Y.L. Jin
Chang'an University, China
D1 - P06® Effective factors in walking mode choice of different age groups for school trips
Y. Hatamzadeh*, M. Habibian, A. Khodaii
Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
D1 - P07 Travel behavior in central and eastern Europe: A Bratislava case study
V. Gabrhel*, P. Senk, M. Lazor, J. Ondrackova
Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
D1 - P08® A genetic algorithm based population synthesizer
C. Zhuge*1,2, C. Shao1, X. Li3, J. Gao1, H. Zhang1
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2University of Cambridge, UK, 3Beijing Institute of Technology, China
D1 - P09® How long to get to my workplace? Commuting trends and gender differences in travel time
D.D.A. Dissanayake
Newcastle University, UK
D1 - P10® Variational bayes method for estimating transit route od flows using boarding and alighting data in the presence of multiple latent flow patterns: Methodology, evaluation, and validation
A.J. Landgraf1,2, R.G. Mishalani*1, M.R. McCord1, P.K. Goel1
1The Ohio State University, USA, 2Battelle, USA
D2 - P01® Constrained multinomial probit route choice modeling for passengers in large-scaled metro networks in China
Y.S. Zhang*1, E.J. Yao1, H. Wei2, T. Zuo2, S.S. Liu1
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2University of Cincinnati, USA
D2 - P02® A combined activity nodes choice and trip-chain based user equilibrium traffic assignment model for urban transportation planning
C-Y. Wang*1, S-R. Hu2, C-P. Chu3
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 3National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
D2 - P03 Psychological profiles of commuters in Cagliari
E. Sottile1, I. Meloni*1, E. Cherchi2
1University of Cagliari, Italy, 2Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
D3 - P01® Exploring the benefits of a traveller clustering approach based on multimodality attitudes and behaviours
J.D. Rodriguez Cote, M. Diana*
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
D3 - P02® The effects of the integration of metro station and mega-multi-mall on consumers' activities: A case study of Shanghai
X.R. Lin*, H.X. Pan
Tongji University, China
D3 - P03 Secondary airport network connectivity: Gravity modelling air transport demand within multi-airport systems
D.W. Alexander*, R. Merkert
University of Sydney, Australia
D3 - P04® Evaluating the impact of new lines on entrance/exit passenger flow of adjacent existing stations in urban rail transit system
S. Liu*, E. Yao, X. Cheng, Y. Zhang
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
D3 - P05® Travel demand forecasting for the Mesopotamia line in Argentina
J.W. Kim
Korail Research Institute, Republic of Korea
D3 - P06 Modeling the propensity to cycle. An experimental analysis
I. Meloni, B. Sanjust di Teulada*, E. Sottile
University of Cagliari, Italy
D3 - P07® AgBM-DTALite: An integrated modeling system of agent-based travel behavior and transportation network dynamics
C. Xiong*1, L. Zhang1, X. Zhou2, S. Mahapatra3, C. Baber4
1University of Maryland, USA, 2Arizona State University, USA, 3Maryland State Highway Administration, USA, 4Baltimore Metropolitan Council, USA
D3 - P08® Improving estimation of inter-regional passenger flows model by zero-observation treatment and model performance
X.C. Do*1,2, M. Tsukai1
1Hiroshima University, Japan, 2University of Transport and Communications, Viet Nam
D3 - P09® Preference heterogeneity towards the importance of transfer facilities at metro stations in Kolkata
S. Sadhukhan, U.K. Banerjee, B. Maitra*
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
D3 - P10 Investigating temporal transferability of vehicle ownership models: A case study of The Dhaka Metropolitan Area, Bangladesh
F. Anyiko*, C. Choudhury
University of Leeds, UK
D3 - P11® Transit route-level passenger alighting probability, probability OD flow and expected OD flow matrices: Estimates from boarding and alighting counts and relationships among the representations
Y. Ji*1, R.G. Mishalani2, M.R. McCord2
1Tongji University, China, 2The Ohio State University, USA
D3 - P12® Effects of cost adjustment on travel mode choice: Analysis and comparison of different logit models
T. Bai*1,2, X. Li1, Z. Sun3
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2Beijing Transportation Research Center, China, 3Tsinghua University, China
D3 - P13® Inferring weekly primary activity patterns using public transport smart card data and a household travel survey
S.A. Ordóñez Medina1,2
1Singapore ETH Centre, Singapore, 2ETH Zurich, Switzerland
D4 - P01® Do information and communications technologies influence transport demand? An exploratory study in the European Union
A. Urbanek*, J. Kos-Labedowicz
University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
D4 - P02 An analysis of urban activities considering concentration of life-related facilities and out-home activities
R.S. Shimizu*1, M.K. Kuwano1, M.T. Tsukai1,2
1Tottori University, Japan, 2Hiroshima University, Japan