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« Passive » mobile phone dataset and mobility data
P. Bonnel*4, E. Hombourger1, A-M. Olteanu-Raimond2, Z. Smoreda3
1CEREMA, France, 2IGN, France, 3Orange Labs, France, 4Laboratoire d’Economie des Transports, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS3, Passive and Big Data Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
A Bi-Level random forest based approach for estimating O-D matrices: Preliminary results from the Belgium national household travel survey
I. Saadi*, A. Mustafa, J. Teller, M. Cools
University of Liège, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS5, O-D matrices  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
A bottom-up solution for the system-level joint optimization of pavement maintenance and rehabilitation planning
L. Zhang*, W. Gu
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A car-accident rate index for curved roads: A speed choice-based approach
H. Yotsutsuji*1, H. Kita1, J. Xing2, S. Hirai2
1Kobe University, Japan, 2Nippon Expressway Research Institute Co.,Ltd., Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2D - Highway Safety I  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A Car-following model from the viewpoint of dynamic hydraulic pressure
M.W. Liu*1, L. Chu3, J.Y. Yan3, S.M. Wang1, Y. Oeda2, T.N. Sumi2
1Shanghai ocean University, China, 2Kyushu University, Japan, 3SINGAMAS CONTAINER HOLDINGS LIMITED(shanghai), China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4B - Car Travel  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
A comprehensive basis for determining the allocation of urban street space
P.M. Jones
UCL, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4A - Urban Form  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
A cost simulation instrument of urban policies on retail logistics
Y. Borbon-Galvez*1,2, K. Papoutsis1, W. Dewulf1, T. Vanelslander1
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2CRISTI-Inclusive Science, Technology and Innovation Centre, Mexico
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4C - Surveys and Tools  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
A credit-based congestion pricing scheme in general two-mode networks with multi-class travelers
Y. Liu*1, Y. Nie2
1National Unveristy of Singapore, Singapore, 2Northwestern University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3B - Transport Network Design  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
A cross-nested dynamic logit model of evacuation behavior using conditional choice probabilities: A case study of the Great East Japan Earthquake
G. Troncoso Parady*, E. Hato
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2D - Disaster Resilience in Transport and Ports Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A decision support tool for the strategic assessment of transport policies - tool structure and key features
E. Szimba*1, B. Mandel2, M. Kraft1, J. Ihrig1
1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, 2MKmetric Gesellschaft für Systemplanung mbH, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2D - Evaluation of Transport Policies  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
A demand analysis of regulated taxicab market: Evidence from Japan
T. Goto
Kinki University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2D - Public Transport Regulation  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
A discrete shipment size choice model with latent classes of shipments' attributes
R. Piendl, G. Liedtke*, T. Matteis
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3A - Mode Choice  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
A dynamic macroscopic parking pricing model
M. Jakob*, M. Menendez, J. Cao
ETH Zürich Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, Switzerland
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3D - Urban Transport Planning  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
A facility location model for humanitarian relief logistics involving deprivation costs
V. Cantillo*, N. Cotes
Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2B - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (1)  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
A field study of visual search in driving: Comparison of two buses
T.A. Kuo1, C.J. Lin1, B.S. Liu*2
1National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2St. John's University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A frame study of correlation analysis between open macroeconomic system and container throughput
D.M. Yang*1, Y.F. Zhao2, T. Yanagita1
1Graduate School of Frontier Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Antai College of Economy and Management, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2C - Socio-economic Impact of Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
A global efficiency indicator for an investments planning
A. Bonnafous*1, J. Brunel2, G. Marlot3
1Laboratoire d'Economie des Transports (Lyon), France, 2SNCF Réseau, France, 3SNCF, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3B - Evaluation of Transport Investment Projects  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
A holistic decision framework for 3D printing investmentsin global supply chains
C. Feldmann, A. Pumpe*
University of Applied Sciences Muenster, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B1 - 4B - Decision Frameworks and Network Design in Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
A joint bottom-up solution methodology for system-level pavement rehabilitation and reconstruction
J. Lee*, S.M. Madanat
New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4C - Parking & Road Infrastructure  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
A large neighborhood search heuristic to establish an optimal ad-hoc hubbing strategy in the wake of a large-scale airport outage
D. Suh, M. Ryerson*
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4A - Airport Capacity and Planning  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
A market share analysis for hybrid cars in Indonesia
M. Zudhy Irawan*, A. Widyaparaga, D. Deendarlianto, A. Budiman, I. Muthohar, B.M. Sopha, I.D. Sanjoyo
Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4A - Modelling 1  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
A mathematical model for demand distribution in an air transport network: An application to Sardinia
R. Devoto*, N. Diaz Maroto, M. Fantola, A. Olivo, N. Rassu
Cagliari University, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3A - Airline Networks  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
A mathematical model for transition between signal timing plans based on social cost
R.P. Peña-Baena Niebles*1,2, V. Cantillo1, J.L. Moura2
1Universidad del Norte, Colombia, 2Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3D - Signal Control Modeling and Performance  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A method for identifying the potential sites of traffic accident based on risk assessment
M.F. Fukumoto*, H.K. Kato, Y.M. Mimura, R.A. Ando
Toyota Transportation Research Institute, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4A - Urban Traffic Safety  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
A method for measuring and valuing transport time variability in logistics and cost benefit analysis
M. Andersson2, M. Berglund2, J. Floden*1, C. Persson2,3, J. Waidringer4,5
1University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2WSP, Sweden, 3KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 4Logistics Landscapers, Sweden, 5Centre for Complexity, Operations and Logistics Management, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3A - Assessment and Evaluation of Logistics Systems  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
A methodology for calibration of traffic micro-simulation for heterogeneous traffic environment with vehicle-specific driving behavior
P. Maheshwary1, K. Bhattacharyya*1, B. Maitra1, M. Boltze2
1Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India, 2Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -1  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
A methodology for evaluating evacuation capacity of urban underground road
Y. Yang*1,2, T-Z. Li1,2, T. Zhang1,2, Q. Yu1,2
1Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Urban ITS, China, 2Jiangsu Province Collaborative Innovation Center of Modern Urban Traffic Technologies, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A methodology for forecasting freeway travel time using reliability a methodology for forecasting freeway travel time reliability using GPS data
A.V. Goodchild, Z. Wang, E. McCormack*
University of Washington, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2C - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (2) Subtitle: Advanced Methodologies & Technologies for Data Analysis in Freight Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
A microeconomic method for valuation of externalities arising from disasters
V. Cantillo*, I. Serrano, L. Macea
Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
A micro-simulation model of households to evaluate quality of life in a suburban area developed with a railway line
N. Sugiki*2, K. Miyamoto1, A. Kashimura1, N. Otani1
1Tokyo City University, Japan, 2Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4C - Urban Modeling  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
A mixed bayesian network for two-dimensional decision modeling of departure time and lane choice
Z. Zhu*1, C. Xiong1, X. Chen2, L. Zhang1
1University of Maryland, USA, 2Zhejiang University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS7, New Conceptual Models and Methods for Emerging Travel Contexts  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
A model for evaluating and comparing social cost of different public transport technologies with endogenous demand
X. Li*2, J. Preston1, B. Shrestha1
1University of Southampton, UK, 2Atkins Ltd, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2B - Evaluation of Public Passenger Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
A moments-based characterization of travel time variability and its application in travel time reliability estimation
X. Xu1, W. Gu*1, C. Yang1, A. Chen1,2
1Tongji University, China, 2Utah State University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2B - Traffic Flow Theory I  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
A more sustainable minivan? An exploratory study of electric bicycle use by San Francisco bay area families
A.C. Thomas
University of California-Davis, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2B - Bicycle Share and Electric Bicycles  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
A multi-actor multi-criteria transit system selection model: A case study of Bangkok feeder system
A. Sirikijpanichkul*1, S. Winyoopadit1, A. Jenpanitsub1
1Kasetsart University, Thailand, 2The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand, Thailand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2D - Organizations and Governance  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
A multi-layer social force approach to model interactions in shared spaces using collision prediction
N.R. Rinke1, C.S. Schiermeyer*1, F.P. Pascucci2, V.B. Berkhahn1, B.F. Friedrich2
1Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany, 2Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2D - Traffic Simulations  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
A new at-grade transportation network without signalized intersection, roundabout, or stop sign for land use and transportation planning
S. Pravinvongvuth*, I.C. Matarage
Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
A new management model to support reverse logistics processes in the agri-food distribution sector
G. Fancello1, F. Mola1, L. Frigau1, P. Serrra*1, S. Mancini2, P. Fadda1
1University of Cagliari, Italy, 2Polytechnic Institute of Turin, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B1 - 4B - Decision Frameworks and Network Design in Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
A new method to optimize regional railway fast freight route in China
L. Ling*, F. Li
TongJi University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
A new perspective of road pricing: Congestion permits policy for transportation demand management
X.Q. Ou
China Center for Urban Development, National Development and Reform Commission, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4A - Pricing  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
A new tabu search algorithm for collection and transport of the debris after disasters
A.G. Qureshi, M. Yamamoto, E. Taniguchi*
Kyoto University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2B - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (1)  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
A novel approach to model university student travel demand
V.M. Garikapati, D. You, R.M. Pendyala*
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS2, University Student Travel Demand Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A novel control strategy for roundabout system with origin-destination flow pattern
H.L. Khoo1, C.Y. Tang1, Q. Meng*2
1Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia, 2National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3B - Advanced Technologies for Signal Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
A novel framework for assessing sustainable city logistics
E.G. Nathanail, M. Gogas*, G. Adamos
University of Thessaly, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3B - Sustainability Issues  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
A paradox of sustainable development and urban freight transport - Public space renewal vs. deliveries and pick-ups: The case of Cali - Colombia
J.P.B. Suescún, P.A.C. Daraviña*
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3D - Consolidation and Sharing Space  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
A partial proportional odds model for pedestrian crashes at mid-blocks in Melbourne metropolitan area
A. Toran pour*1, S. Moridpour1, A. Rajabifard2, R. Tay1
1RMIT University, Australia, 2Melbourne University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
A Poisson-Hidden Markov approach to modeling vehicle crash count data
C. Xiong*, Z. Zhu, L. Tang, L. Zhang
University of Maryland, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4D - Traffic Safety Modelling II  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
A practical rule for a benefit maximising toll
D.R. Lupton
David Lupton and Associates, New Zealand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4A - Pricing  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
A prediction model of bus arrival time at stops with multi-routes
T. Yin*, G. Zhong, J. Zhang, S. He, B. Ran
Southeast University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
A preference study for ridesharing potential by a commuter segmentation, study case: Residential of Kemang Pratama, Bekasi City, Indonesia
I. Kusumantoro*, A.M. Rachman, S.Y. Rachmat
Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3D - Traffic and Safety Policy  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
A principal-agent model comprising organization structure - taking China's railway as an example
J. Zhao*1, T. Hu1, Y. Zhao1
1Beijing Jiaotong university, China, 2Beijing Jiaotong university, China, 3Beijing Jiaotong university, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2D - Organizations and Governance  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A qualitative analysis of the transportation problems of landlocked developing countries: The case of Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR)
D. Soysouvanh
Leeds University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4B - Green Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
A quantitative model to analyze the impact of flooding and congestion on cities: Case study for the city of Rotterdam
R. Pennings*, B. Wiegmans, R. Verhaeghe, F. Sanders
TU Delft, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
A rare event logistic model of traffic injuries on tourist routes
R. Tay
RMIT University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A rational strategy for resource allocation for rural road maintenance
P.K. Agarwal*, A.B. Khan, S. Choudhary
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A RFID-bluetooth framework for intelligent vehicular monitoring systems
C. Pedraza*, F. Vega, G. Mañana
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2B - Traffic Time and Use of Bluetooth Data  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
A simulation based approach for quantifying CO2 emissions of light duty vehicle fleets. A case study on WLTP introduction
S. Tsiakmakis, G. Fontaras*, K. Anagnostopoulos, B. Ciuffo, A. Marotta
European Commission, Joint Reasearch Centre, Institute for Energy and Transport, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3A - Freight  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
A simulation-based multiclass, multimodal traffic assignment model with departure time for evaluating traffic control plans of planned special events
Y-Z. Lin*1, W-H. Chen1
1Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan, 2Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A spatial regression model of economic growth, spillover and productivity dynamics
C. Xiong*1, W. Guo2, L. Zhang1
1University of Maryland, USA, 2World Bank, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3B - Evaluation of Transport Investment Projects  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
A stated preference analysis on bicycle user's perception on cycling safety and its policy implications in Korean contexts
S. Lee*, G. Kim
Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3D - Walking and Cycling: Preferences, Behaviour and Safety  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A stated preference model to value reductions in community severance
P.R. Anciaes*1, P. Jones1, S. Orr1, R. Sheldon2, A. Lawrence2, P.J. Metcalfe3
1University College London, UK, 2Accent, UK, 3PJM Economics, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4C - Evaluation of Road Projects and their Impact  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
A stochastic approach to the benefit cost ratio analysis of safety treatments
S. Cafiso*, C. D'Agostino
University of Catania, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A stochastic approach to the flow-concentration curve in traffic flow theory
W.L. Qian*1,2, R.F. Machado3, K. Lin4, A.F. Siqueira1
1University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2State University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 3Federal University of Ouro Preto, Brazil, 4Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2B - Traffic Flow Theory I  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
A stochastic model for operational planning of urban public transport services
N. Huynh, J. Barthelemy*, N. Shukla, P. Perez
University of Wollongong, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2D - Public Transport (2)  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
A strategic assessment tool for evaluating European transport policies - The HIGH-TOOL approach
E. Szimba*1, J. Ihrig1, M. Kraft1, J. Kiel2, R. van Grol3, A. Ulied4, M. Chen5, J. Purwanto6, R. Corthout6, O. Ivanova5 et al
1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, 2Panteia, The Netherlands, 3Significance, The Netherlands, 4Mcrit, Spain, 5TNO, The Netherlands, 6TML, Belgium, 7MKmetric Gesellschaft für Systemplanung mbH, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
A strategic tour generation modeling within a dynamic land-use and transport framework: A case study of Bogota, Colombia
L.A. Guzman*, A.M. Gomez, C. Rivera
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4B - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS6, Tours  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
A study of vertical separation in Japanese passenger railways
F. Kurosaki
Institure of Transportaion Economics, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3D - Rail  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
A study on appropriate road spacing for the functionally hierarchical network planning
A. Goto*, H. Nakamura
Nagoya University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
A study on effect of incentive reward institution for a deficit-ridden bus company on economic welfare
T. Kato*1, K. Uchida1, K. Tanada2
1Graduate School of Hokkaido University, Japan, 2JR Hokkaido Railway Company, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2C - Public Transport (1)  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
A study on exploration and assessment of safety effects of roadway features in school zone area
J. Park, J. Lee, M.A. Abdel-Aty*
University of Central Florida, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
A study on factor decomposition for CO2 emission generation and its causal mechanisms - A case study of Tokyo
X. Luo
Shanghai Tongji Urban planning & design institute, China
Thursday,14 July 2016:  F2b - 5A - Climate Change in Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
A study on the spatiotemporal pedestrian density distribution at signalized crosswalks for safety assessment
X. Zhang*, H. Nakamura
Nagoya University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2B - Pedestrian Safety I  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
A study on various effects caused by newly-opened urban rapid transit in the Tokyo metropolitan area
M. Akiyoshi*, K. Tochigi, T. Ishino
Japan Railway Construction Transport and Technology Agency, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4D - Rail Management (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
A summary of design and development strategies of wuhan PECAS demo model
M. Zhong*1, J.D. Hunt2, J.Z. Li3, W. Yang3, J.E. Abraham1
1Wuhan University of Technology, China, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Wuhan Transportation Planning Institute, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4C - Urban Modeling  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
A systematic approach for ensuring traffic safety in smart cities in India
P.K. Agarwal*, A.B. Khan, R. Mehar
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology,Bhopal, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
A theoretical framework to conceptualize seaports as institutional and operational clusters
K.I. Ibrahimi
University Luarasi, Albania
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3B - Maritime Cluster  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
A theoretical overview of road hump effects on traffic noise in improving residential well-being
K.S.R. Bachok*, A.A. Kadar Hamsa, M.Z. Mohamed, M. Ibrahim
International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
A theoretical study on yardstick competition and franchise bidding based on a dynamic model
S. Harada*1, H. Yamauchi2
1Gifu University, Japan, 2Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
A traffic flow model for pedestrian - vehicle interactions during evacuations
F. Muñoz1,2, R. Giesen*1,2, J.C. Herrera1,2
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, 2CIGIDEN, Chile
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2D - Disaster Resilience in Transport and Ports Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
A typology for selecting an appropriate Total Landed Cost method in international supplier selection decisions
A. Pumpe*, F. Vallée
University of Applied Sciences Muenster, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4D - Costs, Competitiveness and Modal Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
A value planning framework for predicting land value uplift and value capture in rapid transit station areas
C.D. Higgins*, P.S. Kanaroglou
McMaster University, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3D - Economic Development  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
About the categorization of latent variables in hybrid choice models
F.J. Bahamonde-Birke*1,2, J.D. Ortúzar3
1DIW-Berlin, Germany, 2TU-Berlin, Germany, 3Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS5, Latent Variable Models and Applications  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Access to jobs and apartment rents
J-J. Lin*, Y-C. Cheng
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3D - Economic Development  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Access to Recife International Airport from the integrated metropolitan public transport system
C.F.R. Oliveira, D.G. Vasconcelos, P.H.A.L. Campos, M.O. Andrade*, L.H. Meira
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H4 - 3B - Multimodal Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Accessibility to public passenger transport services has to be provided by the human rights to mobility and equality
B. Korže.1 et al
1ILA, Slovenia, 2Vienna International Arbitral Center, Slovenia
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2B - Evaluation of Public Passenger Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Accidents between freight vehicles and bicycles, with a focus on urban areas
P. Pokorny*1, J. Drescher2, K. Pitera1, T. Jonsson1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU, Norway, 2University of Washington, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3B - Sustainability Issues  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Accounting access equity impacts of transport projects: Towards a wider assessment in Chile
M. Niehaus*1,2, P.A. Galilea1,2, R. Hurtubia1,2
1Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, 2Centro de Desarrollo Urbano Sustentable, Chile
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4C - Evaluation of Road Projects and their Impact  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Achievement of the harmonization of vehicle overloading control in the East African Community
Y. Nakagawa
PADECO, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Achieving cooperation through prescriptive travel information as a remedy for congested road networks
I.S. Klein*, E. Ben-Elia
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2C - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior I  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Achieving energy savings by intelligent transportation systems investments in the context of smart cities
Y. Chen, A. Ardila Gomez*, G. Frame, J.P. Velez, A. Hoyos-Guerrero, F. Arroyo-Arroyo, Y. Zong, N. Beschorner, A. Shrestha
World Bank, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
Achieving equal quality of life in rapidly urbanizing areas based on transportation accessibility: A case study in Nanjing city
F.M. Gu*1, Y. HAayashi2, K. Nakamura3, G.F. Zhai1, H. Kato2, Y.J. Khoo2
1Nanjing University, China, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Kagawa University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2B - Unequal Mobilities and Accessibility  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Active control for traffic lights in regions and corridors: an approach based on evolutionary computation
S.S. Leal1, P.E.M. Almeida*1, E. Chung2
1CEFET-MG, Brazil, 2QUT, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3B - Advanced Technologies for Signal Control  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Active relocation and dispatching of heterogeneous emergency vehicles
A. Haghani, E. Sharifi, R. Olarte*
University of Maryland, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3D - Urban Transport Planning  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Active traffic and demand management and its application in alleviating traffic congestion
X. Hu1,3, X. Zhu1, J. Lin1, Y.C. Chiu*2,3
1Metropia Inc, USA, 2University of Arizona, USA, 3Metropia China, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2C - ITS Applications  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Activities and daily trips of university students in a CBD area (case study: Amirkabir university of technology)
S. Dibaj*, A. Golroo, M. Habibian, G. Hasani
Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS2, University Student Travel Demand Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Activity-based travel demand forecasting using feathers: Model considerations and application
Q. Bao, B. Kochan, T. Bellemans, D. Janssens, Y. Shen*, L. Creemers, G. Wets
Hasselt University, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS1, Activity-Travel Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Adoption of ERP in manufacturing firms of Australia: Challenges & benefits
S.A.R. Khan1,2
1Chang'an University, China, 2APCIS Institute of Operation Management, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B1 - 3B - Organizational Issues and Interrelationships in Supply Chains and Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Advanced impact integration platform for cooperative road use
J.M. Bandeira*1, C. Guarnaccia2, P. Fernandes1, M.C. Coelho1
1University of Aveiro, Portugal, 2University of Salerno, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3D - ITS Service Platform  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Affordable public transport in China's growing megacities: Subway fare increase and travel behavior in Beijing
P. Zhao*, Y. Zhang
Peking University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2C - Barriers of Affordability  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Agent-based freight transport model for Belgium
K. Mommens, T. van Lier*, C. Macharis
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2C - Dynamic Freight Models  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Aggregate cross-national analysis of the interactions between ICT and physical mobility
M. Bris, J. Pawlak*, J.W. Polak
Imperial College London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2C - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior I  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Air traffic development in ASEAN: An airport capacity analysis
I. Laplace1, E. Malavolti*1,2
1ENAC, France, 2Toulouse School of Economics, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2C - Governance, Institutions and Politicx  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Air transport constraints: Passengers with reduced mobility
S. Zorro1,2, R. Macário*1, J. Silva2
1Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal, 2University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4B - Human Factors in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Airline horizontal mergers and productive efficiency - A quasi-experiment approach with difference-in-difference estimation
J. Yan1, X. Fu3, T.H. Oum*2, K. Wang2
1Washington State University, USA, 2The University of British Columbia, Canada, 3University of Sydney, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2B - Airline Competition and Efficiency  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Airline network structure: delay and via-hub time
C. Wang1,2
1Toulouse School of Economics, France, 2Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3A - Airline Networks  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Airline pricing strategies
C. Latgé-Roucolle*1, C. Mullër2, M. Urdanoz2
1ENAC, France, 2TBS, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2B - Airline Competition and Efficiency  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Allocating travel times recorded from Sparse GPS probe vehicles into individual road segments
P. Puangprakhon*1,2, S. Narupiti1
1Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 2Mahanakorn University of Technology, Thailand
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS4, Imputation and Data Analysis in GPS Surveys  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
All-round methodology for upgrading existing rural roads that are prone to accidents using virtual driving simulation.
W. Kuhn*, T. Hoppner, M. Muller
University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Department of Transport and Energy Engineering, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4D - Traffic Safety Modelling II  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
An adaptive agent-based approach to traffic simulation
J. Barthélemy*1,2, T. Carletti1
1University of Wollongong - SMART Infrastructure Facility, Australia, 2Univerity of Namur - NAXYS, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2D - Traffic Simulations  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
An alternative approach for forecasting parking volumes
H. Lim, G.T. Williams, D. Abdelqader, J. Amagliani, Z. Ling*, D.W. Priester, C.R. Cherry
University of Tennessee, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
An analysis of agglomeration effects in the proximity of metrorail stations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area
H. Iseki*, H. Eom, C. Greene, R. Jones
University of Maryland College Park, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2D - Transportation Model  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
An analysis of characteristics of heavy vehicle behavior at roundabouts in Japan
N. Kang*1, H. Nakamura2
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
An analysis of the relations between direct international air services and tourist flows: A case of inbound and outbound flows from/to Australia
T. Koo*1, F. Dobruszkes2, C. Lim3
1University of New South Wales, Australia, 2Free University of Brussels, Belgium, 3Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4D - External Impacts from Aviation  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
An analysis of the relationship between motorcycle behavior and width of the road shoulder on trunk roads in Japan
K. Ogawa
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
An econometric dynamic model to estimate passenger demand for air transport industry
R.B. Carmona-Benitez*, M.R. Nieto, D. Miranda
Universidad Anahuac Mexico Norte, Mexico
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2B - Airline Competition and Efficiency  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
An emergency vehicles allocation model for major industrial disasters
G. Fancello1, S. Mancini2, C. Pani*3, P. Fadda1
1University of Cagliari, Italy, 2Polytechnic of Turin, Italy, 3CIREM, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
An empirical model for the psychology of deliberate and unintentional fare evasion
G. Currie*, A. Delbosc
Public Transport Research Group, Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2B - Public Transport Fare  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
An examination of traffic patterns at signalized intersections via use of a network of discrete sensors
P. Wang*1, C. Chan2, J. Wang1, S. Fang1
1Tongji University, China, 2University of California, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4A - Signalized Intersection Control and Capacity Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
An improvement of MATSim computing time for large-scale travel behavior microsimulation
C. Zhuge*1,2, M. Bithell1, C. Shao2, X. Li3, J. Gao2
1University of Cambridge, UK, 2Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 3Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS7, New Conceptual Models and Methods for Emerging Travel Contexts  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
An information-based framework on incorportating travel time uncertainty into transportation modelling
J.B. Yu*, J. Jayakrishnan
University of California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS3, Accommodating Travel Reliability (Uncertainty) in Travel Modeling  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
An inquiry into the analysis of the transport & logistics sectors’ role in economic development
Y. Candemir*, D. Celebi
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4D - Logistics, Scenarios, and Facilities  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
An international critical comparison of SUMP guidelines: Focus on developing countries
L. Tomasoni
CODATU, France
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session D  -  14:00-15:30
14:00-14:30
An investigation in to both embedded and operational carbon emissions in order to understand the trade-offs involved in optimal railway infrastructure design
J.A. Pritchard*, J.M. Preston
University of Southampton, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3B - Construction and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
An odds analysis on traffic accidents considering traffic flow conditions
T. Kanzawa2, M. Tsukai*1, M. Fuse1, J. Zhang1
1Hiroshima University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metro, Co. Ltd., Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3B - Traffic Safety Modelling I  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
An optimal pricing scheme for accident externality under mixed traffic flow conditions
S.R. Hu1, C.P. Chu*2, C.Y. Wang3, M.S. Lu1
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, 3National Defense University, Taiwan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4A - Urban Traffic Safety  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
An optimisation model for smart urban transit network design
S. Papagianni*1,2, C. Papagianni1
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2Athens Urban Transport Organisation (OASA), Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3B - Transport Network Design  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
An optimization model for locating speed cameras in rural roads (case study of Iran)
M. Saffarzadeh3,2, B. Mirbaha*1, M. Hosseini2,3
1Imam Khomeini International University, Iran, 2Azad University of Zanjan, Iran, 3Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Analysing freight shippers' mode choice preference heterogeneity using latent class modelling
H-C. Kim*1, A. Nicholson2, D. Kusumastuti2
1Waikato Institute of Technology, New Zealand, 2University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3A - Mode Choice  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Analysing hit-and-run in pedestrian-vehicle collisions
J. Lee1, M. Abdel-Aty*1, P-F. Kuo2
1University of Central Florida, USA, 2Central Police University, Taiwan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4D - Traffic Safety Modelling II  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Analysing impacts of natural disasters on logistics activities: Flood risks and petroleum fuels in Queensland, Australia
W. Wisetjindawat1, M. Burke*2, M. Fujita1
1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Griffith University, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Analysing seasonality of Londoner's cycling patterns and behaviour
M. Kamargianni*, J. Muscat
University College London, UK
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session B  -  10:15-11:15
10:15-10:45
Analysing the resilience of metro systems under consideration of interdependencies: A combined Dynamic Bayesian Network and network flow approach
N. Goldbeck*, P. Angeloudis, W.Y. Ochieng
Imperial College London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6-SS2: Managing Passenger Rail Disruptions  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Analysis and modelling effects  of solutions for matching the airport runway capacity to demand
M. Janic
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4A - Airport Capacity and Planning  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Analysis and modelling of vehicle following behaviour in mixed traffic conditions
A. Gowri, S. Basheer*
National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3D - Traffic and Safety Policy  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Analysis of attributes influencing public transport's demand in a choice context between BRT and motorcycle taxi
L. Márquez1, R. Pico2, V. Cantillo*3
1Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Colombia, 2Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia, 3Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Monday,11 July 2016:  H2 - 2B - Public Transport Quality and Affordability  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Analysis of border crossings in South East Europe and measures for their improvement
M. Miltiadou, E. Bouhouras, S. Basbas, G. Mintsis, C. Taxiltaris*
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Analysis of bus delay factor and real-time prediction model of bus arrival time
Y. Ishikawa*, Y. Matsumoto
Meijo University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Analysis of campaigns to the traffic's effectiveness in amendment of drive risk behavior in federal district of Brazil
F.M. Vieira, I.C. Almeida, F.S. Arruda*, R.M.D. Fiaco, K.B. Costa
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Analysis of illegal parking behaviour in Hanoi city
V. Vu Anh Tuan
Vietnamese-German University, Viet Nam
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Analysis of maritime team workload and communication dynamics in standard and emergency scenarios
M. Lochner*1, A. Duenser1, M. Lutzhoft2, B. Brooks2, D. Rozado3
1Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia, 2Australian Maritime College, Australia, 3Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4D - Port Optimisation  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Analysis of measures to improve attractiveness of bus services in large cities in emerging countries
L.T. Huong, V.A. Tuan*
Vietnamese- German University, Viet Nam
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4A - Bus Rapid Transit  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Analysis of mobility on university campuses in metropolises of emerging countries through the combination of the inductive reasoning and  the monographic procedure methods
R. Prosini*, M.O. Andrade, A. Brasileiro
Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3B - Urban Development  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Analysis of neighborhood effects on immigrants’ mode choice behavior
H. Asgari, N. Zaman, X. Jin*
Florida International University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2B - Travel Behavior  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Analysis of real-time crash risk and crash frequency for expressway ramps using traffic, geometric, land-use, and trip generation predictors
L. Wang*, M. Abdel-Aty, J. Lee, Q. Shi
University of Central Florida, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3B - Travel Time, Reliability & Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Analysis of roadway and environmental factors affecting traffic crash severities
Y. Wang*, W. Zhang
Federal Highway Administration Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4D - Traffic Safety Modelling II  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Analysis of stressors' interconnectedness: A pathway for cumulative effects assessment of an urban road transport system in Dhaka
S. Afroze, A. Allan*, S. Somenahalli
University of South Australia, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -5  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Analysis of the impact of bilateral and transit quotas on international trade: An integrated maximum flow and gravity model approach
B. Cekyay2, P. Toktas Palut2, O. Kabak3, F. Ulengin*1, O. Ozaydin2, B. Ulengin3
1Sabanci University, Turkey, 2Dogus University, Turkey, 3Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2D - Evaluation of Transport Policies  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Analysis of travel time reliability using probe car data on the Tokyo metropolitan area
H. Yoshizawa2, T. Ishida*1, Y. Nonaka1, Y. Mohri3
1Highway Planning, Inc., Japan, 2Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan, 3The Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2D - Multimodal-based Traffic Control and Performance Measures  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Analysis on drivers' parking lot choice behaviors in expressway rest area
S. Tanaka*, S. Ohno, F. Nakamura
Yokohama National University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Analysis on urban expansion in major metropolises in China: Application of remote sensing data and urban economic model
Z. Gao*, M. Kii, A. Nonomura, K. Nakamura
Kagawa University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4D - Spatial Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Analysis techniques for evaluating the implementation of adaptive traffic signal control systems
A.D. Lidbe, E.G. Tedla, A.M. Hainen, S.L. Jones*
University of Alabama, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3B - Advanced Technologies for Signal Control  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Analysis to assess potential river for cargo transport in Indonesia
M. Fathoni*, P. Pradono, I. Syabri, S.Y. Rachmat
Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2C - Governance, Institutions and Politicx  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Analytical and simulation approaches to understand combined effects of transit signal priority and road-space priority measures
L.T. Truong*1, G. Currie1, M. Sarvi2
1Monash University, Australia, 2University of Melbourne, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2B - Impact of Transit and Emergency Vehicles on Signal Control  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Analyzing behavioral intentions in new residential developments of motorcycle dependent cities: A case of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
L.Q. Hoang*, T. Okamura
Toyo University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Analyzing Braess's paradox in simple road networks with the kinematic wave theory
W.L. Jin
UC Irvine, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2C - Traffic Flow Theory II  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Analyzing competition between High Speed Rail and Bus mode using market entry game analysis
V. Raturi*, A. Verma
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS4, Emerging Methods and New Applications in Travel-Related Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Analyzing mode choice for inter-regional travel in India
A. Jana*, V. Varghese
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H4 - 3B - Multimodal Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Analyzing the correlation between commuting satisfaction and travelling Utility
F. Sprumont*1, P. Astegiano2, F. Viti1
1University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS4, Discrete Choice Models  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Analyzing the effect of social networks, built environment, and personality traits on out-of-home leisure activity generation: A case study of Fukuoka, Japan
G. Troncoso Parady, G. Katayama*, H. Yamazaki, T. Yamanami, K. Takami, N. Harata
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Application of attitude theory for identifying the effects of non-attendance attributes in stated choice surveys
N. Hoang-Tung*, H. Kubota
Saitama University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS4, Discrete Choice Models  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Application of call detail records - Chances and Obstacles
M. von Mörner
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS3, Passive and Big Data Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Application of E-Tag in pricing road tolls and parking fees for traffic congestion mitigation
C.P. Chu*1, C.Y. Wang2, S.R. Hu3
1National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, 2National Defense University, Taiwan, 3National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Application of RISC for road safety program development
X.S. Tu
Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Application of the concept of transit oriented development to a suburban neighbourhood
A.V. Sohoni, M. Thomas, K.V.K. Rao*
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2B - Spatial Development  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Application of unmanned aerial vehicles to pedestrian traffic monitoring and management
C. Suteerakul*, M. Kaewmorachareon, P. Pichayapan, N. Kronprasert
Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C2 - 5A - Traffic Control Involving Pedestrians and Bicycles  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Applying gamification methodology for the collection of leisure travel data
Y.J. Jang
The University of Seoul, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS5, Development of Smart Phone App for Data Collection  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Applying GIS to identify the spatial and temporal patterns of road accidents using spatial statistics (Case study: Ilam Province, Iran)
M.A. Aghajani*1, R. Shahni Dezfoulian2,3, A. Rezaee Arjroody2, M.R. Rezaei4
1Statistical Center of Iran, Iran, 2Housing & Urban Development Research Center, Iran, 3K. N. T. University of Technology, Iran, 4Road & Urban Development Bureau of Ilam Province, Iran
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2D - Highway Safety I  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Appraisal methodologies and the limits to speed gains
Y. Crozet
University of Lyon - Laboratory of Transport Economics, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2C - Socio-economic Impact of Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Appraisal of financial performance and financial profitability in Nigerian airports
A.O. Somuyiwa*1, A.O. Oduwole2, O.O. Oyesiku3
1Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria, 2Forstech Nig.Ltd, Nigeria, 3Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3B - Revenue Sources in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Approaches for modeling of distribution centers in freight transport models
I.Y. Davydenko*1, H. Friedrich3, M. Thissen4, A. Koike5, L.A. Tavasszy1,2
1TNO, The Netherlands, 2TU Delft, The Netherlands, 3TU Darmstadt, Germany, 4PBL, The Netherlands, 5Kobe University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2B - Freight Generation and Supply Chains  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Appropriate national policy frameworks for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
A.D. May*1, S. Boehler-Baedeker2, T. Durlin3, M. Enache4
1University of Leeds, UK, 2Rupprecht Consult Forschung und Beratung GmbH, Germany, 3Cerema, France, 4EMI Systems, Romania
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2B - National Transport Policy 1  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Are Southeast Asian cities a new fertile ground for innovations in urban mobility? Evidence from taxi services in Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh City
M. Eskenazi*, V. Boutueil
Laboratoire Ville Mobilité Transport - Ecole des Ponts ParisTech / IFSTTAR / Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2C - Urban Mobility  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Are the new fuel efficient bulkers a threat to the old fleet?
J.F.J. Pruyn
TUDelft, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4B - Shipping safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Are travel behaviours stable in space and time?
M. Siska
KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non-profit Ltd., Hungary
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Asian communities everyday experience of public transport in Auckland, New Zealand
M. Imran*1, J. Yin1, J. Pearce2
1Massey University, New Zealand, 2University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2B - Unequal Mobilities and Accessibility  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Assessing interchange effects in public transport: A case study of south east Queensland, Australia
B.T.H. Yen*1, W.C. Tseng1, C. Mulley2, Y.C. Chiou3, M. Burke1
1Griffith Univsesity, Australia, 2The University of Sydney, Australia, 3National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2C - Public Transport (1)  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Assessing intermodal freight transport scenarios bringing the perspective of key stakeholders
J. Prata, E. Arsenio*
LNEC, Portugal
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4C - Regional Case Studies  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Assessing standard costs in local public bus transport: A hybrid cost model
A. Avenali1, A. Boitani2, G. Catalano1, T. D'Alfonso1, G. Matteucci*1
1Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 2Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2D - Public Transport Regulation  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Assessing the impacts of collect-delivery points to individual's activity-travel patterns: A greener last mile alternative?
C. Liu*2, Q. Wang1, Y.O. Susilo2
1WSP Analys & Strategi, Sweden, 2KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4B - Urban Freight Collect/Delivery Models  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Assessing the impacts of transportation demand management policies on mode choice behavior of car commuters with simple work tours
M. Khaloei, M. Habibian*
Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4A - Travel Behaviour  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Assessing the option value of public transport : Case study for rural bus service in Japan  
H. Oguma*, T. Yokoyama, S. Nishimura, O. Moriyama, H. Kamiya
Kanazawa University, Japan
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G2 - 5A - Bus Safety - CO2  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Assessing the regional energy impact of connected vehicle deployment
J.A. Auld*, D. Karbowski, V. Sokolov
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3B - ITS Modelling  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Assessing the safety efficacy of regulatory headlight signs on mountainous rural highways
M.M. Ahmed*, S. Gaweesh, K. Ksaibati, M.H. Rahman
University of Wyoming, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3B - Traffic Safety Modelling I  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Assessment of benefits from coordinated signal operations using micro-simulation: A case study of an urban arterial with heterogeneous non-lane based traffic
B. Paul, B. Maitra, S. Mitra*
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -5  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Assessment of driving behaviour and safe driving skills of goods vehicle drivers in India
N. Chakrabarty, K. Gupta, S. Velmurugan*, R. Rikku et al
Central Road Research Institute, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2C - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -2  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Assessment of freight transport flows in the city centre based on Szczecin example - Methodological approach and results
K. Kijewska*, S. Iwan, K. Konicki, D. Kijewski
Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Assessment of the return of investment and level of incentive for retrofitting of freight wagons as a result of the implementation of noise abatement strategies
M. Price*1, M. Vaerst2
1UIP, Belgium, 2Railmind, Switzerland
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2C - Railways Regulation  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Bangalore traffic improvement project - B Trac
B.H. Sanjeev Kumar*1, B. Dayananda2
1SLS Transport Training Institute and Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., India, 2Bangalore Traffic Police, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Bangkok miracle: How can it turn from traffic hell to transit oriented city?
V. Wasuntarasook1, Y. Hayashi*1, V. Vichiensan3, H. Kato1, K. Nakamura2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Kagawa University, Japan, 3Kasetsart University, Thailand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4D - Logistics, Scenarios, and Facilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Barriers, motivators and strategies for sustainable mobility in the campus of USP at São Carlos
P.P. Stein, A.N. Rodrigues Da Silva*
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4D - Planning and Policy (2)  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Baseline travel behaviour variability as a predictor of transport mode shifts: A natural experimental study
E. Heinen*3,2, D. Ogilvie1
1Cambridge University, UK, 2Delft Univeristy of Technology, The Netherlands, 3University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4B - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS6, Predictors of Travel Mode Choice and Mode Shifts  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Behavior patterns of long-term car-sharing users in China
Y. Hui1, W. Wang*1, M. Ding1, Y. Liu1
1Tongji University, China, 2Chelizi Intelligent Technology Company, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Behavioral analysis of scheduled block time adjustment
L.K. Kang1, M.H. Hansen*1, M.R. Ryerson2, L.H. Hao3
1University of California, USA, 2University of University of Pennsylvania, USA, 3Booz Allen Hamilton Inc, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4C - Air Traffic Management  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Behaviors of containerized freight shipments
S. Ko, R. Shabanpour Anbarani*, A. Mohammadian
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3B - Port and Hhinterland Freight Models  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Benchmarking of area control center in FABEC context
T. Standfuss
DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4C - Air Traffic Management  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Benchmarking of personal rapid transit system (dynamic model)
P.K. Sarkar*, U. Jain
School of Planning & Architecture, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3A - Public Transport (3)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Benefits from constructability reviews
N. Stamatiadis*, R. Sturgill, K. Amiridis
University of Kentucky, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3A - Assessment and Evaluation of Logistics Systems  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Bicycle sharing in Asia: A stakeholder perception and possible futures
I.B. Mateo-Babiano*, A. Mejia, S. Kumar
The University of Queensland, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4B - Bicycle Policy  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Bi-level programming model for exclusive bus lanes configuration in multimodal traffic network
B.F. Si*1, M. Zhong1
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2Wuhan University of Technology, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Bootstrap confidence intervals of OD and link flow
H. Kawaoka*, T. Maruyama
Kumamoto University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS5, O-D matrices  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
BRAIN-TRAINS: Scenario development to explore intermodal rail transport expansion in, from and towards Belgium
F. Troch*1, T. Vanelslander1, C. Sys1, V. Stevens1, K. Verhoest1, C. Tawfik2, M. Mostert2, S. Limbourg2, A. Merchan2, S. Belboom2 et al
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2University of Liege, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4C - Regional Case Studies  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Brief on WCTRS Young Researchers' Initiative (WCTRS-Y)
A. Huzayyin
Member of WCTRS Steering Committee and Leader of WCTRS-Y, Cairo University, Egypt
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
15:35-15:40
Bringing infrastructure into pricing in road freight transportation - A measuring concept based on navigation service data
F. Kellner*, A. Otto, C. Brabänder
University of Regensburg, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2C - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (2) Subtitle: Advanced Methodologies & Technologies for Data Analysis in Freight Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
BSS in Lyon ten years  after its creation : News usages? Wider public? What kind of social benefits?
L. Merchez*, M. Vogel, J. Barnier
ENS de Lyon, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2B - Bicycle Share and Electric Bicycles  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Building a Neuro-fuzzy based route choice model in metropolitan context: Surat city in India
S. Dhulipala, A.S. Kedia*, P.S. Salini, B.K. Katti
SV National Institute of Technology, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2D - Travel Behavior  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
"Building" a typology of modes of transport with an infrastructure funding and financing perspective
E.M. Moschouli*, T.V. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2D - Evaluation of Transport Policies  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Built environment factors in explaining the frequencies of bicycle-vehicle crashes: A spatial statistic approach
P. Chen
University of Washington, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4C - Two Wheeler Safety  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Built-environment effects on cyclist injury severity in automobile-involved bicycle crashes
P. Chen*, Q. Shen
University of Washington, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4C - Two Wheeler Safety  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Bus timetable optimization by considering reliability
J. Teng1, X.F. Lai*1, X.L. Liu2, X.Z. Yang2, H. Liu2, K. Bo3
1Tongji University, China, 2China Academy of Transportation Sciences, China, 3Shanghai Maritime University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3D - Public Transport  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Calculating the value of connection conflicts
A. Stelzer
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Calculation and scenario analyses of urban passenger transportation energy consumption in China
P. Li*, P. Zhao
Peking University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
Calibration of microscopic simulation models for the analysis of unsignalized intersections
S.F.G. Oliveira1, L. Vasconcelos*1, A. Bastos Silva2
1Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal, 2University of Coimbra, Portugal
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Can high-speed rail have a transformative effect on the economy?
R.W. Vickerman
University of Kent, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4A - Evaluation of Railway Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Can policy measures foster plug-in electric vehicle market diffusion?
P. Plötz*, T. Gnann
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4D - Evaluation of Passenger Transport System  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Can the popularization of electric vehicles reduce the emission of air pollutants in China?
Y. Wu*1, L. Zhang2
1Jinan University, China, 2Guangdong Power Grid Corporation, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2C - Socio-economic Impact of Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Capacity analysis of pedestrian queuing facilities involving individuals with disabilities
M.S. Sharifi, K.M. Christensen*, A. Chen, D. Stuart
Utah State University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3D - Walking and Cycling: Preferences, Behaviour and Safety  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Capacity analysis of stations with multiple platforms - case Stuttgart 21
I.A. Hansen1,2
1Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 3Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4D - Rail Management (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Car drivers' knowledge and requirements regarding additional services in parking garages
P. van der Waerden1, M. De Bruin - Verhoeven1, A.N. Rodrigues da Silva*2
1Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Cargo cycles for local delivery in New York City: Performance and impacts
A. Conway*, J. Cheng, C. Kamga, D. Wan
City College of New York, USA
Thursday,14 July 2016:  B4 - 5A - Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels and Cargo Bikes  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Cargo cycles in commercial transport: Potentials, constraints, and recommendations
C. Rudolph*, J. Gruber
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), German Aerospace Center, Germany
Thursday,14 July 2016:  B4 - 5A - Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels and Cargo Bikes  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Carsharing in the Netherlands: User characteristics and mobility effects
P. Jorritsma, L. Harms*, J. Berveling, H. Nijland, J. van Meerkerk
KIM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Causes, consequences and countermeasures of overtaking accidents on two-lane rural roads
T. Richter*1, S. Ruhl1, J. Ortlepp2, J.E. Bakaba2
1Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany, 2German Insurance Association (GDV), Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2D - Highway Safety I  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Challenges and innovation opportunities in load multimodal transport - LMT in Brazil: Cluster technique application as a support tool for decision making
A. Maia, A. Guimarães*
Agência Nacional de Transportes Terrestres - ANTT, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Changes of active travel over years - the role of a social marketing program
L. Ma*, C. Mulley
University of Sydney, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS8, Location, Travel, Active Travel  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Changes of daily mobility patterns in Dakar (Senegal)
L. Diaz Olvera, D. Plat, P. Pochet*
LAET - Transport Urban Planning Economics Laboratory, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2C - Urban Mobility  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Characteristics of travel, activities and action space of young workers riding motorcycles in developing city
T.B. Joewono*1, D.S. Santoso2, L. Adinegoro1, A.H. Kharisma1
1Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia, 2Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4D - Motorcycle and Parking Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
China's logistics perspective: Status and development of the logistics market
H-C. Pfohl*1, N. Moraitakis1, J. Huo2
1Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 2Tongji Univeristy, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3D - Multi-Modal Issues and Logistics Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Choices of governance of the competitive position forf a cruise ship
S. Zamparelli, M. Catalani*
University of Molise Parthenope, Italy
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A2 - 5A - Cruising  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Classifying pedestrian crowding index with los using normal-cloud theory
J.B. Zhou*1, S. Dong1,2, U. Plank-Wiedenbeck2, L. Zhao4, S.C. Zhang1
1Ningbo University of Technology, China, 2Bauhaus-Univeristy Weimar, Germany, 3Tongji University, China, 4University of Nebraska Lincoln, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3A - Traffic and Safety  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Climate change and adaptation planning for ports: A global study
H. Zhang1,2, A.K.Y. Ng*1,2
1University of Manitoba, Canada, 2University of Manitoba Transport Institute, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2D - Disaster Resilience in Transport and Ports Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
CO2 emission impacts of introducing heavier and longer trucks in the Swedish transport system
F. Pettersson*1, L. Winslott Hiselius1, H. Pålsson1, J. Khan1, E. Adell2, E. Lund2
1Lund University, Sweden, 2Trivector traffic, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3A - Freight and Climate Change  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Co-benefit analysis of the proposed Panay-Guimaras-Negros Bridge Project,Western Visayas, Philippines
N.R. Roxas, A.M. Fillone*
De La Salle University, The Philippines
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3D - Transport in Developing Countries and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Collaborative approaches to the production of information for urban mobility systems
L.N. Filipe*, R. Macário
Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS3, Passive and Big Data Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Comparative analysis of household travel and activity diary surveys in greater Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
S. Yagi1, H. Shiraishi*2
1ALMEC corporation, Japan, 2Oriental Consultants Global Co., Ltd., Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2C - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS1, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Comparative analysis of QOL in station areas between cities at different development stages, Bangkok and Nagoya
K. Nakamura*1, H. Morita2, V. Vichiensan3, T. Togawa4, Y. Hayashi5
1Kagawa University, Japan, 2Nippon Engineering Consultants, Japan, 3Kasetsart University, Thailand, 4National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, 5Nagoya University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2B - Spatial Development  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Comparative analysis of taxi operations at the airport
Y. Ji*1, Y. Cao1, Y. Du1, H.M. Zhang2,1
1Tongji University, China, 2University of California at Davis, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4B - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS6, New Surveys and Applications  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Comparative environmental assessment of alternative fuelled vehicles using a life cycle assessment
J. Van Mierlo, M. Messagie*, S. Rangaraju
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2C - Electric Vehicles I  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Comparative study on e-bikes’ decision-making behaviors under flashing green and green countdown
C. Lyu*1, J. Zhou1, S. Dong1, K. Li2, S. Liu3 et al
1Ningbo University of Technology, China, 2Tongji University, China, 3Fuzhou University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Comparing European airline merger experiences from a financial valuation perspective
C.P. Hsu1, T.G. Flouris*2
1City University of New York - York College, USA, 2Hellenic American University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2D - Airline Demand Estimation  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Comparison between assessed land value and actual land value using Hedonic price model: A case study in Bangkok metropolitan area
S. Malaitham*1, A. Fukuda1, V. Vichiensan2, V. Wasuntarasook3
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Kasetsart University, Thailand, 3Nagoya University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3B - Urban Development  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Comparison of bus rapid transit and light rail transit systems: A case study of Metro Orange Line and Gold Line in Los Angeles, CA
S. Zhang1
1China Academy of Urban Planning & Design, China, 2Texas A&M University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Comparison of exhaust emissions at intersections under traffic signal vs. roundabout control using an instrumented vehicle
C. Meneguzzer1, M. Gastaldi1, R. Rossi*1, G. Gecchele1, M.V. Prati2
1University of Padova, Italy, 2Istituto Motori CNR, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Comparison of functions performed of transport authorities: Similarities and differences
A. Purba*, F. Nakamura, S. Tanaka, R. Ariyoshi
Yokohama National University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2D - Public Transport (2)  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Comparison of smartphone-based, web-based, and paper-based travel survey methods: Reported departure/arrival time difference
Y. Sato*, T. Maruyama
Kumamoto University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4B - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS6, New Surveys and Applications  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Competition and tariff regulations of Indian container terminals
G.V. Radhakrishnan*, G. Raghuram
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2D - Maritime Forecasting  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Competition in the housing market causes transport poverty? Interrelations of residential location choice and mobility
L. Sterzer1,2
1Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM), Germany, 2Mobil.LAB Doctoral Research Group, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2C - Barriers of Affordability  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Competition on cross-border high-speed rail in Europe after market opening
J.E. Doomernik1,2
1Antwerp University, Belgium, 2Lloyd's Register, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4A - High Speed (II)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Comprehensive monitoring system for multiple vehicles and its modelling study
K. Xu*1, H. Zhen1, Y. Li2, L. Yue3
1Shanghai Maritime University, China, 2Tongji University, China, 3Shanghai Yiwei Information Technology Co., Ltd., China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3B - ITS Modelling  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Concentration degree of the market of intermodal freight transport networks in the EU: Model application
H. Saeedi, B. Wiegmans*, R. Zuidwijk
TU Delft, The Netherlands
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Conceptual approach of estimating PCU at roundabouts
A. Dhamaniya, S. Mathew, S.S. Arkatkar*, G.J. Joshi
SV National Institute Of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -6  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Conceptualising the effects of cooperation in hinterland development between neighbouring seaport authorities The case of the Flemish-Dutch Delta
J. Hintjens
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4D - Port Optimisation  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Conducting a study to investigate eco-driving strategies with battery electric vehicles - a multiple method approach
M. Günther*, N. Rauh, J.F. Krems
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2C - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS1, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Congestion in urban areas: A difficult trade-off between financing and accessibility?
A. MERCIER*, X. COMTE, B. FAIVRE D'ARCIER, N. OVTRACHT, T. TRAN
Transport Economics Laboratory- University of Lyon, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3B - Transportation and Finance  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Congestion pricing and revenue refunding: What is the optimal share distributed towards mass transit system?
F. Mirabel, M. Reymond*
LAMETA, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Consideration of health impacts from active travelling in transport system planning
M. Lüke
Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2C - Emissions and Health  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Considering criteria related to spatial variabilities for the assessment of air pollution from traffic
A. Pasquier*, M. André
IFSTTAR, Transport and Environment Laboratory, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4B - Air Pollution  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Consistency of state road network master plan development steps
F.M. Heinitz
Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2C - National Transport Policy 2  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Constructs of mobility alternatives in commercial transport - Moving away from a self-fulfilling mobility
H. Flaemig*1, C. Matt1
1Hamburg University of Technology, Germany, 2amburg University of Technology, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2C - Stakeholder Perceptions  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Container liner freight index based on data from e-booking platforms
Y.F. Zhao*1, D.L. Zhang1, T. Yanagita1
1Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4C - Maritime Networks  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Contextual driving risks analysis using dynamic smartphone-based data: The potential for usage based insurance
X. Zhu1, X. Hu2, Y.L. Ma3, Y.C. Chiu*2
1Metropia, Inc., USA, 2Metropia China (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., China, 3Illinois State University, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS5, Development of Smart Phone App for Data Collection  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Control strategy for vehicular and pedestrian midblock crossing movements
T. Hunsanon*1, N. Kronprasert1, A. Upayokin1, P. Songchitruksa2
1Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 2The Texas A&M University System, USA
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C2 - 5A - Traffic Control Involving Pedestrians and Bicycles  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Coordinated transit response planning and operations support tool for mitigating impacts of all-hazard emergency events
J.A. Auld*, V. Sokolov, H. Ley
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6-SS2: Managing Passenger Rail Disruptions  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Correlation or cause? The limitations of population density as an indicator for public transport viability in the context of a rapidly growing developing city
S. Cooke*, R. Behrens
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2C - Life choice  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Corridors - A political tool or business to be managed?
P. Leviäkangas, J. Eckhardt, J. Rantala, A. Aapaoja*
Curtin University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4C - Modelling 2/Economy  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Cost-effective optimisation of the public transport system of urban areas. Study of the Bucharest public transport system
A.M.C. Ciobica*1,2, A.E.R. Roman1,2, I.S.M. Mitroi1,2, V.C.R. Roman1
1University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, 2CODATU din Romania, Romania
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4D - Evaluation of Passenger Transport System  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Creating awareness for eco-friendly transport: Establishing an online information platform
E. Jung, L.M. Putz*, A. Haller, O. Schauer
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2c - 3D - Sustainable Transport System I  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Creating customer loyalty by cabin crew - A study of the relation between emotional labor and job performance 
N. Okabe
Yohama National University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4B - Human Factors in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Creative industries, flexibility of work, and travel
J.R. Burkinshaw
University of Leeds, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2C - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior I  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Critical infrastructure renewal: A framework for fuzzy logic based risk assessment and microscopic traffic simulation modeling
M.J. Alam, M.A. Habib*, K. Quigely
Dalhousie University, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Crowding and passenger flow effects on optimal departure lounge configuration
W. Klumpenhouwer*, A.G. de Barros, S.C. Wirasinghe
University of Calgary, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
CSR comprehensiveness review in the airports' industry
D. Dimitriou*, J. Mourmouris, E. Chrysochoou
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4D - External Impacts from Aviation  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
C-train: A new mode for urban transport
A. Kumar*1,2, E. Jacob1
1Singapore-MIT alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore, 2Ministry of Railways, Government of India, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2D - Public Transport (2)  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Cumulative effects of road transportation nuisances around elementary schools in Montreal (Canada) - An environmental equity diagnosis
M. Carrier*3, P. Apparicio1, A-M. Séguin1, D. Crouse2
1National Institute of Scientific Research, Canada, 2McGill University, Canada, 3University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3A - Mobilty Justice  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Curbing long-haul road freight emissions through electric road systems: An analysis and concept
P. Akerman*, M. Birkner, M. Lehmann
Siemens AG, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3A - Freight and Climate Change  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Cyclist behaviour towards different cycle-path intersections: The case of Santiago de Chile
P. Galilea, N. Waintrub, M. Niehaus*, R. Vega, C. Peña
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3D - Walking and Cycling: Preferences, Behaviour and Safety  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Data mining approaches to extract information from secondary sources for modelling pallet road transport
H. Braun*, D. Olaru
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2C - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (2) Subtitle: Advanced Methodologies & Technologies for Data Analysis in Freight Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Decision support system tool for assessing vulnerability of national highway networks: Case of Chao Phraya river basin flood in Thailand
S. Jansuwan*1, A. Chen2, K. Subprasom3, K. Pinthong4
1National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand, 2Utah State University, USA, 3Planning Bureau, Thailand, 4Southeast Asia Technology Group, Thailand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G5 - 2B - Transport Security  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Decision-making aiding in transport planning through agent-based modelling of stakeholders' involvement
M. Le Pira
University of Catania, Italy
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session D  -  14:00-15:30
15:00-15:30
Deepening partnership in Danish rail provision - balancing efficiency and governance
S. Sturup*1, L. Christensen1
1Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, China, 2Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G3 - 5A - Planning and Policy (3)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Deformation response of metro tunnels to adjacent tram track construction
Y. Shan*, Q.M. Gong, S.H. Zhou, X.H. Zhang, S.H. Xu, Z.G. Zhao
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Delivering sustainable mobility targets: Which individuals are more likely to switch from private to greener transport options?
F. Ali*, D. Dissanayake
Newcastle University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Delusions of success: Costs and demand of High Speed Rail in Italy and Spain
P. Beria*1, D. Albalate2, R. Grimaldi1, G. Bel2
1Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A3 - 3D - High Speed (I)  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Demand and cost structure analyses on Japanese successful bicycle sharing system called "Ekirin-kun" to install cycle ports at railway stations
Y. Tomita*1, A. Nakayama2 et al
1Kinki University, Japan, 2Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2B - Bicycle Share and Electric Bicycles  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Deploying traditional and smartphone app survey methods in measuring door-to-door travel satisfaction in eight European cities
Y.O. Susilo*1, A. Woodcock2, F. Liotopoulos3, A. Duarte4, J. Osmond2, R. Abenoza1, L.M. Anghel5, D. Herrero6, F. Fonari7, V. Tolio8 et al
1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2Coventry University, UK, 3SBoing, Greece, 4VTM, Portugal, 5Integral Consulting R&D, Romania, 6ITENE, Spain, 7Eurokleis, Italy, 8Federation Internationale de I’Automobile, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2C - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS1, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Deployment of charging stations under a mixed-equilibrium model with electric vehicles
X.K. Cen, H.K. Lo*, L. Li
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4B - Car Travel  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Deregulation of the ASEAN air transport market: measure of impacts on local economies
C. Latge-Roucolle*1,2, I. Laplace1,2
1ENAC, France, 2Université de Toulouse, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H4 - 3B - Multimodal Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Deriving business models for door-to-door mobility
J-B. Bonneville1,2
1Université Paris-Est, France, 2SNCF, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2B - Evaluation of Public Passenger Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Describing and explaining urban freight transport by System Dynamics
C. Thaller*1, F. Niemann1, B. Dahmen2, U. Clausen1, B. Leerkamp2
1TU Dortmund University, Germany, 2University of Wuppertal, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2C - Dynamic Freight Models  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Descriptive analysis of Korean cities' sustainable transport programs and projects
D.Y. Lee*, S.I. Kim, S.K. Wu
Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3B - Sustainability  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Design and layout of the physical environment in a metro system: Appraisal of Tyne and Wear Metro driver's perceptions
A. Rjabovs*, R. Palacin
Newcastle University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4B - Rail Engineering  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Design of a cost calculation instrument for the inland navigation sector
O. Al Enezy*, E. van Hassel, C. Sys, T. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4D - Costs, Competitiveness and Modal Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Determinants of carrier selection: Updating the survey methodology into the 21st century
T. Solakivi*, L. Ojala
University of Turku, Finland
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3D - Public Transport  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Determinants of rolling stock maintenance cost in metros
R.B.A. Brage-Ardao*, D.J.G. Graham, R.A. Anderson
Imperial College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4B - Rail Engineering  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Determinants of the complexity of the agenda of activities
C.A. Guevara Cue*2, C. Cartes1, J.L. Cadena1
1Universidad de los Andes, Chile, 2Universidad de Chile, Chile
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2C - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior I  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Determination of switching costs of air transportation services in Brazil
W.V. Vieira*, M.A. Mendonça, F.T. Torres, W.C. Luciano Carvalho
Federal University of Goiás, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4D - Evaluation of Passenger Transport System  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Determination of the parking place availability using manual data collection enriched by crowdsourced in-vehicle data
M. Margreiter1, F. Orfanou*1, P. Mayer2
1Technical University of Munich, Germany, 2Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4C - Parking & Road Infrastructure  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:50
Determining the width of bicycle facility under multi-level heterogeneous traffic flow environment
Y. Li1, F. Wang*1, S.R. Tao2, H.H. Wu1, K.M. Chen1
1Chang'an University, China, 2Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2C - Highway Capacity and Traffic Flow Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Developing a conceptual model of organizational safety risk:Case studies of aircraft maintenance organizations in Indonesia
M. Eka Lestiani*, G. Yudoko, Y. Yassierli, H. Purboyo
Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A1 - 5A - Government and Regulatory Issues  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Developing a framework for effective participatory transport planning processes to promote socially inclusive sustainable mobility
J. Elvy
University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4C - Participatory Planning and Governance  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Developing a new design method avoiding latent congestion danger in urban rail transit station
R.Q. Wang*1, Y. Zhang1, H. Yue2
1Tongji University, China, 2Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Developing a novel approach for assessing the transport vulnerability to fuel price rises at the household level
K. Lucas*, G. Mattioli, Z. Wadud
Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2C - Barriers of Affordability  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Developing a TOD typology for Beijing metro station areas
G. Lyu*, L. Bertolini, K. Pfeffer
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3B - Urban Regeneration  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Developing acceleration models combining multiple data sources
S. Papadimitriou*, C. Choudhury
University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Developing city logistics policy through identifying parcel freight determinants in the City of Seoul
S.B. Seo1, C. Ahn2, J-S. Lee*1
1The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea, 2Sungshin Women's University, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Developing proximal safety indicators for assessment of un-signalized intersection - A case study in Surat
K.A. Srinivasula Reddy, S.S. Arkatkar*, G.J. Joshi
SVNIT Surat, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -6  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Development and initial evaluation of a Smartphone-based voluntary travel behavior change programme in Manila
V. Sunio*1, J.D. Schmöcker1, M.J. Torres2, K.M. Robosa2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2EACOMM Corporation, The Philippines
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS5, Development of Smart Phone App for Data Collection  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Development of a bicycle ridership model for urban India
S. Basu, V. Vasudevan*
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4D - New Mobilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Development of a hybrid method for mode-wise travel-time estimation
R.B. Sharmila*, N.R. Velaga
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3B - Travel Time, Reliability & Safety  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Development of a suitability model for estimation of global urban land cover
M. Kii*, K. Nakamura
Kagawa University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4D - Spatial Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Development of continuous speed profile and its application to assess performance of freight traffic movement along a highway corridor in India
R. Jose*, S. Mirta
Indian Institute of Technology, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2C - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (2) Subtitle: Advanced Methodologies & Technologies for Data Analysis in Freight Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Development of decision support system for evaluating spatial efficiency of regional transport logistics
P. Srisawat*1,2, N. Kronprasert1,2, K. Arunotayanun1,2
1Excellence Center in Infrastructure Technology and Transportation Engineering (ExCITE), Thailand, 2ChiangMai University, Thailand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4D - Regional Roads and Logistics in Developing Countries  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Development of national transport master plan in Thailand
S. Jaensirisak*1, S. Paksarsawan2, T. Fukuda3, P. Luathep4
1Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand, 2AMP Consultants Ltd., Thailand, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2D - National Transport Policy 3  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Development of refined model for critical gap estimation based on deviation of accepted and rejected gaps
R. Bhasin, S. Velmurugan*, M. Advani, P.V. Pradeep Kumar
Central Road Research Institute, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3A - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -4  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Development of saturation flow model at signalized intersection for heterogeneous traffic
S. Chand, N.J. Gupta*, S. Velmurugan
CSIR CRRI, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4A - Signalized Intersection Control and Capacity Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Development of the first long-term national transport strategy for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
S. Maffii*1, S. Bosetti1, U. Reiter2
1TRT Trasporti e Territorio, Italy, 2PTV Transport Consult, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2C - National Transport Policy 2  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Development of two-stage extended kalman filter for vehicle locations obtained from GPS enabled smart phones through crowd-sourcing
M. Kiran, N.R. Velaga*, R. Raaj
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2C - ITS Applications  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Dilemma of pedestrians during gap acceptance at uncontrolled mid-block crossings
D.S. Pawar*, G.R. Patil
IIT Bombay, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Discussion on integrated traffic planning(ITP) of new tourism town upon sustainable development and livable request
G.C. Li*1, B.R. Li2, M.Y. Ju2, Z.J. Zhang2
1Tongji University, China, 2Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Traffic Information and Traffic Engineering, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3B - Sustainability  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Dissipating transit congestion of emergency events through Information guidance on mobile terminals
K. Bo*1,2, J. Teng1, X. Liu3, H. Liu3, H. Shi1
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Maritime University, China, 3China Academy of Transportation Sciences, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Disturbance management for vehicle routing with time window changes
D. Ye1, J. Ma*2, H. Yang1, Q. Liu1
1Dalian Maritime University, China, 2Shanghai Maritime University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (4) Subtitle: Fleet Routing & Tracing  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Do commuters behave consistently when identifying their preferred and least preferred mode within the context of uncertainty?
Y. Huang, D. Olaru*, B.W. Smith
University of Western Australia, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS3, Accommodating Travel Reliability (Uncertainty) in Travel Modeling  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Do governments over-invest in port's facilities under congestion and uncertainty?
H.C. Chen, S.M. Liu*
National Taipei University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2B - Port Capacity  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Does connectivity index of transport network have impact on delay for driver?
R. Kumar*1, P. Parida1, E. Madhu1, A.B. Kumar1,2
1CSIR-Central Road Research Institute New Delhi, India, 2JNTU Hyderabad, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2D - Urban Travel Behaviour  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Does high speed rail affect the behaviour of firms located in districts around central stations? The results of two surveys conducted in reims in 2008 and 2014
M. Delaplace*2, S. Bazin1, C. Beckerich1
1University of Rheims, France, 2University of Paris-Est Marne la Vallée, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3D - Economic Development  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
‘Does it really matter which flight to take?' Comparing carbon emissions of individual flights based on actual data
S. Baumeister1,2
1University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 2University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2D - Aviation and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Does multimodal predictive and real time traffic information available on smartphone induce behavioural changes? Aliving lab experiment on Montpellier Metropolis (france)
M. Stéphan, T. Blayac*, M. Reymond
LAMETA, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2D - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior II  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Does old people living in suburbs suffering more mobility problem?
H.X. Pan1, Y. Gao*1, P. Chen2
1Tongji University, China, 2University of Washington, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3A - Travel Mode  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Does the transport behavior influence the preferences for electromobility?
F.J. Bahamonde-Birke1,2
1DIW-Berlin, Germany, 2TU-Berlin, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS5, Latent Variable Models and Applications  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Does the use of smartphone influence travel outcome? an investigation on the determinants of the impact of smartphone use on vehicle kilometers traveled
S. Jamal, M.A. Habib*, N.A. Khan
Dalhousie University, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2D - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior II  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Drones: Military weapons, surveillance or mapping tools for environmental monitoring? Advantages and challenges. A legal framework is required
A. Vacca*1, H. Onishi2, F. Cuccu1
1University of Sassari, Italy, 2Kingston University, UK
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A1 - 5A - Government and Regulatory Issues  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Dynamic bike redistribution strategies considering on-site demand patterns for bike sharing systems
J-S. Chen*, Y-T. Hsu
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4D - New Mobilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Dynamic climbing lane control system using a radar detector
H. Ko3, J. Park2, J. Seo2, I. Yun*1
1Ajou University, Republic of Korea, 2The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea, 3Korea Transportation Safety Authority, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Dynamic freight flow modelling for risk evaluation in food supply
A. Balster*1, H. Friedrich2
1Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 2Kühne Logistics University, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2C - Dynamic Freight Models  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Dynamic multiplier of transportation improvement benefit using dynamic SCGE model
Y. Higashiyama*1, H. Morisugi1, A. Fukuda1, S. Muto2
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Yamanashi University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3B - Evaluation of Transport Investment Projects  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Dynamic pricing: Case study on Indian railways
A. Kumar*, S. Das
Ministry of Railways, Government of India, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Dynamics in the spatial distribution of hubs in groupage networks - the case of Berlin
J. Klauenberg*1, L-A. Elsner1, C. Knischewski2
1German Aerospace Center, Germany, 2Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3A - Logistics Sprawl: Analysis of Factors  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Ecology, energy efficiency and resource efficiency as the objectives of rail vehicles renewal
M. Szkoda*, A. Tulecki
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Econometric benchmarking of metro operating costs. Methods and applications
R.B.A. Brage-Ardao*, D.J.G. Graham, R.J.A. Anderson
Imperial College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3A - Assessment and Evaluation of Logistics Systems  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Effect of driver compliance with varying traffic composition on roadway capacity of Expressways in India
B. Maniraj Singh2, P. Kumar1, N. Bharadwaj1, S.S. Arkatkar*1, G.J. Joshi1
1SVNIT Surat, India, 2TRANS AXIOM, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -6  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Effect of gradient on pedestrian flow characteristics under mixed flow conditions
A. Gupta*1, B. Singh2, N. Pundir3
1IIT (BHU) Varanasi, India, 2IIT Roorkee, India, 3NIT Hamirpur, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -3  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Effect of legal issues in infrastructure development: The case of container terminal bids in Jawaharlal Nehru port trust
G. Raghuram*1, P.D. Udayakumar1, R. Prajapati1,2
1Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India, 2University of California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3B - Maritime Cluster  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Effect of perception and attitudinal variables on mode choice behavior: A case study of Indian city, Agartala
P.P. Sarkar*, C. Mallikarjuna
National Institute of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS4, Discrete Choice Models  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Effect of privatization and inland infrastructural development on India's container port selection dynamics
K. Venkitasubramanian, J-C. Thill*
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3B - Port and Hhinterland Freight Models  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Effect of restricted airspace on the ATM system
M.K. Kreuz*, T.L. Luchkova, M.S. Schultz
DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4C - Air Traffic Management  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Effect of sample size and bin size variation on traffic speed study
G. Mahapatra, S. Das, A.K. Maurya*
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -6  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Effect of traffic composition and emergency lane on capacity: A case study of intercity expressway in India
M. Jabeena1, M. Sonu1, S.S. Arkatkar*1, G.J. Joshi1, K. Ravinder2
1Sardar Vallabhai National Institute of Technology, India, 2Central Road Research Institution, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3A - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -4  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Effect of traffic mix on capacity of urban arterial roads
A. Dhamaniya, S. Chandra*
SV National Institute Of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -5  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Effective factors in walking mode choice of different age groups for school trips
Y. Hatamzadeh*, M. Habibian, A. Khodaii
Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Effectiveness of a theory based road safety message in changing drivers' intention among different populations
R. Tay
RMIT University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Effectiveness of consistency measures in crash prediction models for two-lane highways in Palestine
K. Al-Sahili1, M. Dweikat1, S. Abu-Eisheh1, W. Alhajyaseen*2
1An-Najah National University, Occupied Palestinian Territory, 2Qatar University, Qatar
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Effectiveness of restricting unauthorized shared tempo system: A users' perspective
S. Jain, V. Vasudevan*
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3A - Urban Transit and Paratransit  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Effectiveness of transportation demand management measures: A comparative analysis of two urban areas
W-S. Ng2,1
1Stanford University, USA, 2Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4A - Travel Behaviour  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Effects of a GPS-enabled smart phone App with functions of driving safety diagnosis and warning information provision on over-speeding violation behavior on expressways
Y. Jiang*, J. Zhang, M. Chikaraishi, H. Seya, A. Fujiwara
Hiroshima University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2D - Road Safety  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Effects of improvements to survey methods on data quality and precision - Methodological insights into the 10th wave of the cross-sectional household survey "Mobility in Cities - SrV"
S. Hubrich*, R. Wittwer
Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2C - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS1, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Effects of multi-level urban form on commuting mode share in rail station areas across the United States; a seemingly unrelated regression approach
A. Nasri*, L. Zhang
University of Maryland, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2B - Travel Behavior  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Effects of the change of toll system on social surplus:A case study of distance-based toll in Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway
I. Otaki*1, Y. Imanishi1, K. Miyatake2, T. Nemoto2, N. Uchiyama1
1Public Planning & Policy Studies, Inc., Japan, 2Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Efficiency evaluation in public transport operators in france: A stochastic frontier analysis
S. Jarboui1,2, L. Bouzouina*1
1University of Lyon, France, 2University of Sfax, Tunisia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Efficiency performance of Northeast Asian airports: The impact of high-speed rail development
H-K. Ha1, Y. Wan*2, Y. Yoshida3, A. Zhang4
1Inha University, Republic of Korea, 2Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 3National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan, 4University of British Columbia, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3D - Multi-Modal Issues and Logistics Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Efficient signal phasing for serving bicycle movements
D. Lin, A. Jayankura, Z. Tian*, D. Mao, Y. Ma
University of Nevada, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2D - Multimodal-based Traffic Control and Performance Measures  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Eliciting the regulation of an economic system: The case of the French rail industry
M. Ivaldi*1, J. Pouyet2
1Toulouse School of Economics, France, 2Paris School of Economics, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2C - Railways Regulation  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Emergency vehicle priority system for Bangalore
B.H. Sanjeev Kumar*1, B. Dayananda1
1SLS Transport Training Institute and Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., India, 2Bangalore Traffic Police, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2B - Impact of Transit and Emergency Vehicles on Signal Control  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Empirical analyses of the industrial relocation and the quality of life of the employees in a Chinese city
Z.Z. Yang, P.F. Xu*
Dalian Maritime University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2C - Life choice  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Empirical analysis on risky behaviors and pedestrian-vehicle conflicts at large-size signalized intersections
K. Suzuki*1, H. Ito2
1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Chodai Corporation Limited, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Empirical estimation of the variability of travel time
C. Coupe*1, H. Le Maitre1, S. Benelli2
1French Ministry of Transport, France, 2CEREMA, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4C - Evaluation of Road Projects and their Impact  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Empirical evidence on the existence of macroscopic fundamental diagram in multimodal urban networks
N. Zheng, N. Geroliminis*
Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne, Switzerland
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2C - Traffic Flow Theory II  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Empirical investigation on merging crowd behaviour with and without blocked vision
N. Shiwakoti1, X. Shi*2, Z. Ye2, Y. Gong2, W. Wang2
1RMIT University, Australia, 2Southeast University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3A - Non-motorized Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Employer sponsored public transit pass in Atlanta, GA: Assessing disparities in access, use, and latent demand
U. Lachapelle
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2C - Public Transport (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Energy value stream mapping to reduce transport energy consumption for provision of primary resources
H. Strubelt*, S. Trojahn
Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4B - Energy Technology  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Engaging powered-two-wheeler riders in research surveys: Insights from Australia
G. Rose*, M. Johnson, B. Amani-Jordehi
Monash University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4B - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS6, New Surveys and Applications  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Enhancing benefit to urban bus users through optimal service and supply
S. Dandapat*, M.F. Cheranchery, B. Maitra
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4A - Bus Rapid Transit  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Entrepreneurialism and performance in European airports
P. Regan
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3B - Revenue Sources in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Equitable and progressive distance-based user charges: Design and evaluation of income-based mileage fees in Maryland
D.Y. Yang, E.K. Kastrouni*, L.Z. Zhang
University of Maryland, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Equity in transport: Learning from health care, education and housing
J.F. Jeekel*1, C.J.C.M. Martens1
1Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 3Technion, Israel
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3A - Mobilty Justice  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Estimating and predicting spatial crash frequency utilizing multivariate datasets
L. Dimitriou*1, C. Antoniou2, D. Efthymiou2
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 2National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3A - Traffic and Safety  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Estimating clamping force  of rail fastener system by experimental and numerical methods
Q.T. Li*, Y. Luo, Y. Liu
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4B - Rail Engineering  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Estimating net traffic congestion relief associated with publictransport - preliminary results
P.Q.D. Nguyen*, G. Currie, B. Young
Monash University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Estimating the impact of flight delay on cargo carriers' ground distribution cost
M. Yin*, M. Hansen, Z.J. Shen
University of California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (4) Subtitle: Fleet Routing & Tracing  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Estimating the impacts of adverse weather conditions on work zone crash severity using the SHRP2 roadway information database
M.M. Ahmed*, A. Ghasemzadeh
University of Wyoming, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3D - Highway Safety II  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Estimating the relationship between pavement cracking-threshold resurfacing policies and greenhouse gas emissions
A. Ogwang*, J. Goulet, A. Horvath, S. Madanat
University of California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3B - Construction and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Estimating travel mode choice including rail in regional area – Application of new specifications of generalized linear models
H. Bouscasse*5,4, I. Joly1,2, J. Peyhardi3
1INRA, GAEL, France, 2Grenoble INP, France, 3Virtual Plants, Inria and CIRAD, UMR AGAP, France, 4CNRS, LET, France, 5ENTPE, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS1, On Improving Convenience and Accessibility of Public Transport Services for Urban, Regional, and National Travel  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Estimation of average degree of saturation parameters of real-time traffic signal control systems based on the traffic volume observed in field for LOS evaluation
J.Y. Kim*, J.T. Kim
Korea National University of Transportation, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4A - Signalized Intersection Control and Capacity Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Estimation of free speed of pedestrian flow on stairways at busy suburb rail transit station in India
J.H. Shah*1, G.J. Joshi1, S.S. Arkatkar1, P.P. Parida2
1S V National Institute of Technology, India, 2CSIR-CRRI New Delhi, India, 3Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -3  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Estimation of GHG emission reduction by inter-city bus transfer service at expressway rest areas using user characteristics data
S.K. WU1,2, S. LEE*1
1Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea, 2International Transport Forum, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Estimation of passenger flow for planning and management of railway stations
Y. Ahn*1, T. Kowada3, H. Tsukaguchi1, U. Vandebona2
1Ritsumeikan University, Japan, 2University of New South Wales, Australia, 3Central Japan Railway Company, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4D - Rail Management (I)  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Estimation of scaling factors for traffic counts based on stationary and mobile sources of data
F. Meng*, S.C. Wong, W. Wong, Y.C. Li
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Evaluate of the collaborative transit system to urban goods delivery: An exploratory study in Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
L.K. Oliveira*1, B.R.A. Abreu1, D.A. Lessa1, I.A. Barbosa1, D.B.F. Carvalho2, R.S. Oliveira2, E.J.R. Cirilo2
1Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei - UFSJ, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3D - Consolidation and Sharing Space  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Evaluating conditions and impact of intermodal traffic management involving airports and railways
O. Milbredt, F. Rudolph, E. Grunewald, T. Christ, M. Jung*
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2D - Multimodal-based Traffic Control and Performance Measures  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Evaluating highway public-private partnerships: Evidence from U.S. value for money studies
J.Y. Kweun, P.K. Wheeler, J.L. Gifford*
George Mason University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Evaluating public and private partnerships for joint railway and property development via option pricing
K.F. Ng, H.K. Lo*
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E3 - 3B - Transport Investments and Property Developments  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Evaluating the effects of traffic congestion and passenger load on connecting bus fuel and emissions compared with passenger car
X. Chen, X. Shan*, J. Ye, F. Yi, Y. Wang
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Evaluating the impact of logistic concepts on urban sustainability: Assessment of external costs of transport
T. van Lier*, H. Buldeo Rai, C. Macharis
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3B - Sustainability Issues  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Evaluating toll revenue uncertainty using neural network models
Y. Zhao*1, H. Zhao1
1Jacobs, USA, 2AECOM, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Evaluating urban logistics trends: the case of Hotel-Restaurant-Café (Ho.Re.Ca.) and Health Care logistics
T. Verlinden*, E. Van de Voorde, W. Dewulf
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4C - Surveys and Tools  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Evaluation and monitoring for sustainable urban mobility planning
A. Gühnemann*, K. Burggraf
University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4C - Planning and Policy (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Evaluation for impacts of introducing the roadmap to realize low carbon society by using transportation and land use model: A Case Study of Niigata, Japan
H. Kikuchi*1, A. Fukuda2, T. Ishizaka2
1Graduate School of Nihon University, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2B - Climate Change Policies  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Evaluation of influence of roadside frictions on the capacity of roads in Delhi, India
A.M. Rao*1, S. Velmurugan1, K. Lakshmi2
1Central Road Research Institute, India, 2JNTU College of Engineering, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3A - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -4  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Evaluation of Integration between Public Transportation Modes by developing Sustainability Index in India
M. Errampalli*1, K.S. Patil2, C.S.R.K. Prasad2
1Central Road Research Institute (CRRI), New Delhi, India, 2National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4D - Sustainable Transport II  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Evaluation of land use density, diversity and ridership of rail based public transportation system
S.N.A.M. Zulkifli, A.A.K. Hamsa*, N. Mohd Noor, M. Ibrahim et al
International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4B - Land Use, Access, Location Choice  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Evaluation of location estimation method for bus location system based on wireless sensor networks
W. Nishio*, H. Suzuki, Y. Matsumoto
Meijo University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Evaluation of pedestrian behaviour across different facilities inside a railway terminal
P. Monalisa2, S. Eswar*1, K.V.R. Ravi Shankar1
1NIT Warangal, India, 2IIT Bombay, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -3  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Evaluation of pedestrians' sidewalk behaviour in developing countries using conjoint analysis
W.M.V.S.K. Wickramasinghe1, S. Dissanayake*2
1University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 2Kansas University, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4A - Travel Behaviour  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Evaluation of policy measures in view of promoting sustainable transportation system
R.R. Nath4,2, C-H.R. Sekhar*3,1, E. Madhu3,1
1Central Road Research Institute, India, 2Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research, India, 3Scientist, India, 4Master student, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4D - Sustainable Transport II  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Evaluation of railway traffic control efficiency and its determinants
B. Roets*, J. Christiaens
Ghent University, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4C - Rail Operations  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Evaluation of socio-economic impact of city bus services in developing countries
P.K. Agarwal*, J. Gurjar, V. Gupta
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Evaluation of synergy potentials in transportation networks managed by a fourth party logistics provider
G. Magnin, M. Dircksen*
4flow Management GmbH, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (1) Subtitle: Management Concepts for Freight Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Evaluation of the benefit-to-cost of freeway service patrol in advanced video surveillance system environment: A case study in China
Z. Sun*1, M. Yu1, H. Wang1, A. Haghani2
1Ministry of Transport, China, 2University of Maryland, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Evaluation of the bicycle as a feeder mode to regional train stations
F. Papon*1, J.M. Beauvais2, S. Midenet1, E. Come1, N. Polombo3, S. Abours1, L. Belton-Chevallier1, C. Soulas1
1IFSTTAR, France, 2Jean-Marie Beauvais Consultants, France, 3Université François Rabelais, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2B - Evaluation of Public Passenger Transport  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Evaluation of the effects of auxiliary lanes on road traffic safety at downstream of U-turns
I.P. Meel*1,3, A. Vesper1, A. Borsos2, C. Koren2
1Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany, 2Szechenyi Istvan University, Hungary, 3Sri Balaji College of Engineering and Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3D - Highway Safety II  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Evaluation of urban green transportation planning based on central point triangle whiten weight function and entropy-ahp
F. Ma*1, J. He1, J. Ma2, S. Xia3
1Southeast University, China, 2Xi’an International University, China, 3Jiangsu Institute of Urban Planning and Design, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4D - Sustainable Transport II  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Evasive action based conflict indicators for evaluating pedestrian safety in China
A. Tageldin, T. Sayed*
University of British Columbia, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2C - Pedestrian Safety II  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Evidence from the evaluation of several bus rapid transit systems around the world
J.M. Velasquez*1, P. Guarda3, C. Albuquerque5, X. Chen4, G. Zhong1 et al
1World Resources Institute, USA, 2World Resources Institute, Colombia, 3Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Chile, 4CUSTReC/CATS, China, 5WRI Cities, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Evolution of the EU and international shipping: Drivers, challenges and scenarios
D. Artuso4, Y. Borbon-Galvez1, C. Sys1, M. Langeveld2, T. Vanelslander*1, B. Zondag3, J. Ferencz2
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Panteia, The Netherlands, 3Significance, The Netherlands, 4PwC, Italy
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2D - Maritime Forecasting  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Examination of tsunami related reduced mobility people and its countermeasures - Case study in tsunami-inundated areas of Kyushu region of Japan
N. Kachi*1, T. Arakawa1, K. Tsukahara1, Y. Akiyama2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2C - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (2)  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Examining associations between socio-economic heterogeneity of passenger and public transit use
H-J. Eom*, G-H. Cho
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2D - Mode Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Examining methodological issues on combined RP and SP data
M. Lavasani, M.S. Hossan, H. Asgari, X. Jin*
Florida International University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS2, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Examining the effects of the Hiawatha LRT on auto use in the Twin Cities
X. Cao
University of Minnesota, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS8, Location, Travel, Active Travel  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Examining the relationships between individual's travel, in-home and out-of-home activities and their physical, mental and social health indicators: Case study in the Bandung metropolitan area, Indonesia
Y.O. Susilo*, C. Liu
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3D - Mobility Practices  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Existing operational and safety issues of signal control regarding tram systems in China
S. Wang*1, X.C. Yu2, K.P. Li1
1Tongji University, China, 2Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Expected role of public transportation services in securing resident's accessibility to city center in suburban housing development areas
K. Terayama*, M. Odani
Kobe University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2B - Unequal Mobilities and Accessibility  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Exploring bus-metro transfer information from smart card data
M. Lin*, Z.D. Huang
Wuhan University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS2, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Exploring drivers' behavior and preferences towards speeds using crash data and self-reported questionnaire
H.M. Hassan*2,3, M. Shawky1,3, M. Kishta1, A.M. Garib1,2, H.A. Al-Harthei1,2
1Abu Dhabi Police, United Arab Emirates, 2Tatweer for Traffic Assets & Systems Operation and Management L.L.C., United Arab Emirates, 3Ain Shams University, Egypt
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3D - Traffic and Safety Policy  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Exploring equity dimensions of rail transit impact on urban regeneration in a large Chinese city
L. Liu
University College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3A - Mobilty Justice  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Exploring safety impacts of pedestrian crossing configurations at signalized junctions on urban roads with public transport routes
V. Gitelman*, R. Carmel, F. Pesahov, S. Hakkert
Technion, Israel
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2C - Pedestrian Safety II  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Exploring smartphone GPS data for better understanding of travel behavior
E. Sadeghvaziri, M. Rojas, X. Jin*
Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS5, Development of Smart Phone App for Data Collection  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Exploring taxi service quality from different perspectives: The case of Bogota
A. Rodriguez-Valencia1,2
1Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2UC Davis, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2B - Taxi Service  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Exploring the benefits of a traveller clustering approach based on multimodality attitudes and behaviours
J.D. Rodriguez Cote, M. Diana*
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Exploring the characteristic of cycling behavior through PT survey
Z. Zhu*, R. Homma, K. Iki
Kumamoto University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4B - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS6, Predictors of Travel Mode Choice and Mode Shifts  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Exploring the interrelationships among socio-demographics, urban form, activity travel patterns, and travel distances
Y. Chen*, G. Akar
Ohio State Univeristy, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4B - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS6, Tours  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Exploring the relationship between transport infrastructure and economic development in India (1991-2011): A panel cointegration and causality test approach
T.S. Maparu*1, T.N. Mazumder2
1National Institute of Technology, India, 2Indian Institute of Technology, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4C - Modelling 2/Economy  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Exploring the relationship of travel attitude and non-response behavior in longitudinal household travel surveys
H. Zhao1, Y. Zhao*1
1AECOM, USA, 2Jacobs, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4B - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS6, New Surveys and Applications  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Exploring tram/ light rail road safety on streets and the impact of traffic priority interventions
F. Naznin, G. Currie*, D. Young, M. Sarvi
Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University, Australia
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C4 - 5A - Traffic Risk Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Exploring transportation networks relationship to healthcare access and as affected by urban sprawl
I. Bejleri1, R.L. Steiner*1, S. Yoon1, J. Harman3, D.F. Neff2
1University of Florida, USA, 2University of Central Florida, USA, 3Florida State University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2C - Life choice  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Face to face versus telephone: Two different methods employed at the same time in the same territory
C. Hurez*1, B. Christian1, J. Armoogum2, M. Tebar1,2
1Cerema, France, 2Ifsttar, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4B - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS6, New Surveys and Applications  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Factors affecting drivers gap acceptance behaviour at uncontrolled intersection in India
D.S. Pawar, G.R. Patil*
IIT Bombay, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Factors contributing for motor-cycle fatal crashes on national highways in india
H.M. Naqvi1,2, G. Tiwari*1
1Indian Institute of Technology, India, 2National Highways Authority of India, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4C - Two Wheeler Safety  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Factors determining airlines' costs for climate protecting market-based measures
J.D. Scheelhaase*1, K. Dahlmann1, M. Jung1, H. Keimel1, H. Niesse1, R. Sausen1, M. Schaefer1,2, F. Wolters1
1German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany, 2Federal Ministry of Transport, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2D - Aviation and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Factors influencing car ownership decisions among urban youths in a developing country like India
M. Verma*1, M. Manoj2, A. Verma2
1M.S.Ramaiah Institute of Managment, India, 2Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2D - Urban Travel Behaviour  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Factors influencing port choice: An aggregated analysis of the Colombian case using imports and exports data
J. Cantillo, J. Arellana, V. Cantillo*
Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3D - Port Competitiveness  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Factors influencing the use of bicycle in insular regions
S. Kapros*, A. Karamigkou, G. Tzavarinis
University of the Aegean, Greece
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2D - Mode Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Factors of change: Implementing sustainable urban mobility solutions in emerging countries
O.P. Lah1 et al
1Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany, 2Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3D - Transport in Developing Countries and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Fare estimation for demand responsive transport based on a stated preference survey 
W.C. Kim1, M. Nangung2, J.W. Kim*3
1Chungnam Institute, Republic of Korea, 2Wonkwang University, Republic of Korea, 3Korail Research Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Fast and reliable determination of the traffic state using Bluetooth detection on German freeways
M. Margreiter
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2B - Traffic Time and Use of Bluetooth Data  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Feasibility of integrating multimodal transport in Chennai
R.K. Nikhil, S. Geetha*, S. Kalaanidhi, K. Gunasekaran
Anna University, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H4 - 3B - Multimodal Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Feeder network design for mass transit system in developing countries (Case study of Lahore, Pakistan)
S. Tabassum, S. Tanaka, F. Nakamura, R. Ariyoshi, P. Wongwiriya*
Yokohama National University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3A - Travel Mode  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Finding the optimal level of spatial resolution for handling non-motorized travel in macroscopic travel demand models
M.B. Okrah*, R. Moeckel, G. Wulfhorst
Technische Universität München, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3D - Urban Transport Planning  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Finding the right way - a new approach for route selection processes?
S. Tischler
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3A - Assessment and Evaluation of Logistics Systems  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Finding trend of advanced ticket booking in Indian railways
A.K. Budhkar*, S. Das
IIT Guwahati, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4B - Green Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Fiscal and budgetary frameworks for local funding of urban transportation infrastructure in multilevel systems: cities and its fiscal challenges in Germany
A.W. Heinemann*, A. Knorr
University of Bremen, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2C - Multi-Level Governance  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Fixed effects panel data analysis of the effects of gasoline prices, fare, service supply, and service frequency on transit ridership in ten U.S. urbanized areas
H. Iseki*, R. Ali
University of Maryland College Park, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Flexible sharing of arterial capacity between modes
H. He*1, M. Menendez2, S.I. Guler1
1Institute for Transport Planning and Systems (IVT) ETH Zürich, Switzerland, 2The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2D - Multimodal-based Traffic Control and Performance Measures  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Forecasting container throughput in the Hamburg - Le Havre range: Combining ARDL model and scenario analysis.
Y. Rashed*, H. Meersman, C. Sys, E. Van de Voorde, T. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2D - Maritime Forecasting  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Forecasting road traffic accidents in Spain
T. Rangel*, J.N. Ibáñez, P. Christidis
European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Spain
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C4 - 5A - Traffic Risk Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Framework for investigating older adults' driving behaviours and the cognitive mechanisms: A psycho-geoinformatics approach
Q. Sun*, C. Xia, J. Foster, T. Falkmer, H. Lee
Curtin University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G4 - 4A - Psychological Factors & Cognition  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Freeway crash frequency modeling under the time-of-day distribution
Y.C. Chiou*, Y.C. Sheng, C. Fu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3B - Travel Time, Reliability & Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Freight Management System for Bangalore
B.H. Sanjeev Kumar*1, B. Dayananda1
1SLS Transport Training Institute and Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., India, 2Bangalore Traffic Police, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3A - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (3) Subtitle: Macro & Micro Analysis for Freight Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Freight network design with heterogeneous values of time
L.D. Duan*1, L.T. Tavasszy2,3, Q.P. Peng1
1Southwest Jiaotong University, China, 2Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 3TNO, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4C - Freight Network Analysis and Design  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Freight trams for urban freight distribution - a social cost-benefit framework 
K. De Langhe
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4B - Case Studies and Non-Road (2)  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
From internal efficiency to societal benefits - Multi modal transport safety agency's socio-economic impact analysis
P.T. Mononen*1,2, P. Leviäkangas1,3, H. Haapasalo1
1University of Oulu, Finland, 2VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland, 3Curtin University, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2C - Socio-economic Impact of Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
From minimum to reasonable travel time
D. Banister2, Y. Cornet*1, M. Givoni4, G. Lyons3
1Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, 2University of Oxford, UK, 3University of the West of England, UK, 4Tel Aviv University, Israel
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4A - High Speed (II)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Functional structuring of road networks
M. Friedrich
Stuttgart University, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4A - Urban Form  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Fuzzy neural network system for urban expressway speed prediction under rainy weather
H.Y. Sun*1, J.S. Yang2, Y. Zou1, L.B. Li1, B. Wu1
1Tongji University, China, 2Qingdao University of Technology, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Gamification approach to smartphone-app-based Mobility Management
R. Nakashima*, T. Maruyama
Kumamoto University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D1 - 4A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS5, Development of Smart Phone App for Data Collection  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Gamification design, stakeholder engagement and behavior change in urban freight transport
E. Marcucci*, V. Gatta, M. Le Pira
University of Roma Tre, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4C - Surveys and Tools  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Geometric design consistency model for two-lane rural highways based on operating speed profiles
R.T. Almeida1, A.L. Vasconcelos1, A.M.C. Bastos Silva*2
1Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal, 2University of Coimbra, Portugal
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Government electromobility incentives - a system dynamics approach to analyse market uptake and impact on public budgets
N. Fearnley1, P. Pfaffenbichler2, G. Emberger*2
1Institute of Transport Economics, Norway, 2Vienna University of Technology – TU Wien, Austria
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4A - Modelling 1  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
GPS truck data for in-depth characterization of urban logistics in the megacity of São Paulo, Brazil
C.B. Cunha*, F.G.V. Almeida, H.T.Y. Yoshizaki, R.O. Arbex, I.S. Kako, P. Larangeiro, A.L.A. Bernardo, C.M. Hino
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4C - Surveys and Tools  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Green bus fleet replacement strategy
L. Li, H.K. Lo*, X.K. Cen
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3D - Public Transport  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Green Streets allocation procedures: Empirical evidence from three cities in the U.S.
A. Rodriguez-Valencia1
1Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2UC Davis, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2c - 3D - Sustainable Transport System I  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Greenhouse gas emissions estimation and policy evaluation: An application of integrated discrete-continuous car ownership model and moves
Y. Liu*, C. Cirillo
University of Maryland, USA
Thursday,14 July 2016:  D3 - 5A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS9, Other Econometrics and Combined Models?  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Greenhouse gases from ships in port cities - a comparative study of four ports in Australia, Europe, Japan and USA
L. Styhre*1, H. Winnes1, J. Black2, L. Griffin3,5, J. Lee4
1IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden, 2University of New South Wales, Australia, 3University of Southern California, USA, 4University of Marketing and Distribution Sciences, Japan, 5ARCADIS, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3A - Freight and Climate Change  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Guidelines for integrated public transport network definitions with operational approach
M.I. Vanderlei*, O.C.C. Lima Neto, L.H. Meira
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3A - Urban Transit and Paratransit  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Has London's congestion charge zone affected firm location choices?
A. Broaddus
UC Berkeley, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Havana's future transportation system: Alternative scenarios
H. Blanco1, A.V. Moudon*2
1University of Southern California, USA, 2University of Washington, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4D - Logistics, Scenarios, and Facilities  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Hierarchical urban transit system design for optimizing greenhouse gas emissions and costs
H. Cheng*, S. Madanat, A. Horvath
University of California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3D - Public Transport  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
High speed rail: A mandate for future generations?
Y. Cornet*1, G. Dudley2, D. Banister2
1Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, 2University of Oxford, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3D - Rail  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
High-speed rail and air transport competition and cooperation: A vertical differentiation approach
W.X. Xia*1, A.Z. Zhang1,2
1University of British Columbia, Canada, 2Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3D - Multi-Modal Issues and Logistics Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
High-Speed rail as a catalyst for Regional Development- A comparative study between North West England, UK and Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
C.L. Chen
UCL, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3D - Rail  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Hot or not? On the current and future role of cycling in ASEAN megacities: A case study on Bangkok and Metro Manila
S. Bakker*1,2, M.D. Guillen1,3, P. Nanthachatchavankul1, M. Zuidgeest4, C. Pardo5, M.F.A.M. van Maarseveen2
1Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Germany, 2University of Twente, The Netherlands, 3Ateneo de Manila University, The Philippines, 4University of Cape Town, South Africa, 5Despacio.org, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4B - Bicycle Policy  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Household parking availability: Impacts on travel behaviour and car ownership
P. Christiansen*, N. Fearnley, J.U. Hanssen, K. Skollerud
Institute of Transport Economics, Norway
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G5 - 5A - Planning and Policy (4)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
How cities use regulation for innovation: The case of Uber, Lyft and Sidecar in San Francisco
O.F. Dewey1, L. Rayle*2
1Harvard University, USA, 2University of California, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2B - Policy Change and Policy Stability  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
How does parking interplay with land use and affect car commuting? Evidence from Shenzhen, China
Q. Liu*1, P. Chen3, J. Wang2
1Shenzhen University, China, 2The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 3Univeristy of Washington, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2B - Travel Behavior  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
How long to get to my workplace? Commuting trends and gender differences in travel time
D.D.A. Dissanayake
Newcastle University, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
How much does a metro cost? a continuing saga, insights from recently completed projects
D. Hidalgo1, D.P. Patella2, L. Canon Rubiano3, J.M. Velasquez*1
1WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, Colombia, 2World Bank, USA, 3World Bank, Colombia
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A3 - 5A - Rail Management (II)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
How temporally seam(less) is our bus system: smart card and AVL data joint analysis
D. Zhang*1, L.N. Zhang2, J. An3, X.G. Yang2, H.F. Xu1
1Dalian University of Technology, China, 2Tongji University, China, 3Beijing Transportation Research Center, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2C - ITS Applications  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
How to estimate the probability of rare long-distance car trips?
P. Plötz
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Thursday,14 July 2016:  D3 - 5A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS9, Other Econometrics and Combined Models?  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
How to get out of the vulnerability situation to the costs of the daily mobility? Beyond the very limited solution through public transport
D. Caubel*, J. Clairet
Cerema- DTerCE, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2C - Public Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
How to measure the level of activity opportunities secured by rural public transport service: The capability approach
H. Kita1, H. Yotsutsuji*1, M. Ikemiya2, Y. Suga3
1Kobe University, Japan, 2TIS Inc., Japan, 3Japan Airlines Co., Ltd., Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
How to trigger mass market adoption of electric vehicles? Factors predicting interest in electric vehicles in Germany
J.P. Wesche, P. Plötz*, E. Dütschke
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4D - Electric Vehicles II  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Human factors of pedestrian walking and crossing behaviour
E. Papadimitriou*1, S. Lassarre2, G. Yannis1
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2IFSTTAR French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2C - Pedestrian Safety II  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Ice-related disruptions to ferry services in eastern canada: Prevention and consequence mitigation strategies
R.S. Taylor1,2
1Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, 2C-CORE Centre for Arctic Resource Development, Canada
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4B - Shipping safety  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
ICT port-related innovations: An effective strategic decision
V. Carlan*, C. Sys, T. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Identification of causal effects from cross-sectional travel surveys – Case study of carsharing in San Francisco Bay Area
G.S. Mishra*1,4, P.L. Mokhtarian2,1, K.F. Widaman3, R.R.L. Clewlow1
1University of California Davis, USA, 2Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, 3University of California Riverside, USA, 4Stanford University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS4, Emerging Methods and New Applications in Travel-Related Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Identification of the determinants of fare evasion
M. Cools*1, Y. Fabbro2, T. Bellemans2
1University of Liège, Belgium, 2Hasselt University, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2B - Public Transport Fare  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Identifying areas of interventions for encouraging car owners to use shared modes for school trips
P. Prasad*, B. Maitra
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS2, Mode Sharing  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Identifying public transport priorities in Auckland
M. Imran*1, J. Pearce2
1Massey University, New Zealand, 2Canterbury University, New Zealand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2B - Policy Change and Policy Stability  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Identifying secondary crashes in geographic information systems: A case study of interstate highways in the state of Florida
Y.T. Tian, H.Y.C. Chen*
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Identifying similar days for air traffic management
S. Gorripaty*, A. Pozdnukhov, M. Hansen, Y. Liu
University of California Berkeley, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4C - Air Traffic Management  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Identifying the correlation between rainfall, traffic flow performance and air pollution concentration in Seoul using a path analysis
H.Y. Kwak*1, J.H. Ko1, S.H. Lee1, C.H. Joh1
1Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea, 2The Seoul Institute, Republic of Korea, 3Konkuk University, Republic of Korea
Thursday,14 July 2016:  F2b - 5A - Climate Change in Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Identifying user preferences for cycling infrastructure design using latent class discrete choice models
T. Rossetti*1, V. Saud2, P. Galilea1, R. Hurtubia1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile, 2University College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS5, Latent Variable Models and Applications  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Idling delay estimation at signalised intersections using input output flow
C. Ravi Sekhar*, K. Ravinder, P. Parida
Central Road Research Institute, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4A - Signalized Intersection Control and Capacity Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Imitation: Innovation made easy. Cases from the Port Sector
A. Roumboutsos*1, T. Vanelslander2, C. Sys2
1University of the Aegean, Greece, 2University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4D - Port Optimisation  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Impact analysis of mega vessels on container terminal operations
Q. Meng*1, J.X. Weng2, S.Y. Li1
1National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2Shanghai Maritime University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2B - Port Capacity  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Impact evaluation of different types of transportation projects using Meta-analysis
M.F.R. London1, S. McNeil*2
1New York City Emergency Management, USA, 2University of Delaware, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4C - Modelling 2/Economy  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Impact of a forward collision warning system on headway and reaction time during car following
M.X. Zhu*1,2, X.S. Wang1,2
1Tongji University, China, 2Road and Traffic Key Laboratory, Ministry of Education, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Impact of airline deregulation on air service development: The case of Turkey
F. Kuyucak Sengur
ANADOLU UNIVERSITY, Turkey
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A1 - 5A - Government and Regulatory Issues  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Impact of BRT on CO2 emission reduction at middle-sized cities in Asia
A. Fukuda*1, A. Fillone2, T. Ishizaka1, T. Satiennam3, T. Fukuda1, S. Malaitham1, H. Kikuchi1, S. Phommachanh4, A. Hatakeyama1, T. Masujima5
1Nihon University, Japan, 2De La Salle University, The Philippines, 3Khon Kaen University, Thailand, 4CTI Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan, 5ALMEC Corporation, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4A - Bus Rapid Transit  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Impact of congestion on greenhouse gas emissions for road transport in Mumbai Metropolitan Region
S. Bharadwaj1, S. Ballare3, R. Rohit2, M.K. Chandel*1
1Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India, 2DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology Jalandhar, India, 3University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3D - Transport in Developing Countries and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Impact of megacity jobs-housing spatial mismatch on commuting behaviors: A case study on central districts of Shanghai, China
X. Zhou*1,2, X.H. Chen1, T.R. Zhang2
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Urban Planning and Design Research Institute, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2B - Travel Behavior  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Impact of narrowed widths of lanes and hard shoulder on expressway drivers' physiological functions
J. Xing*1, S. Hirai1, M. Tsuji2, H. Goto2
1Nippon Expressway Research Institute Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Oriental Consultants Co., Ltd., Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4B - Traffic Management Considering Driver Behavior and Information  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Impact of Potholes on multilane highway travel time delay
J.E. Ben-Edigbe
UKZN, South Africa
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Impact of side friction on capacity of rural highways in India
S. Pal*1, S.K. Roy2
1IIEST, India, 2IIEST, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4D - Regional Roads and Logistics in Developing Countries  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Impact of the location of large-scale physical distribution facilities along the orbital expressway on the regional economy in the Tokyo metropolitan area
T. Sato*, M. Fujiwara
Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4D - Logistics Sprawl: Global Questions  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Impact of transport infrastructure on international competitiveness of Europe
A.J. Purwanto*1, C. Heyndrickx1, J. Kiel2, O. Betancor3, M.P. Socorro3, A. Hernandez3, B. Pawlowska5, P. Borkowkski5, J.L. Eugenio-Martin4, R. Fiedler6 et al
1Transport & Mobility Leuven, Belgium, 2Panteia, The Netherlands, 3Fedea, Spain, 4Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 5University of Gdansk, Poland, 6Fraunhofer CML, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2D - Evaluation of Transport Policies  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Impact of variable lateral gap maintaining behavior of vehicles on macroscopic traffic relations
D. Pal*1, C. Mallikarjuna2
1NERIST Nirjuli, India, 2IIT Guwahati, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2B - Traffic Flow Theory I  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Impacts of logistics sprawl on urban goods movements -lessons from the Bordeaux surveys (1995-2013)
M. Gardrat*1, F. Toilier1, M. Serouge2
1Transport, Urban Planning, Economics Laboratory, France, 2Marc Serouge Consultant, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4D - Logistics Sprawl: Global Questions  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Impacts of low emission zones in Germany on air pollution levels
W. Jiang*, M. Boltze, S. Groer, D. Scheuvens
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2C - Emissions and Health  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Impacts of motorcycle demand management in Yangon, Myanmar
H. Inaba, H. Kato*
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3B - Urban Development  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Impacts of the economic crisis on daily mobility. The case of Spain
R. Cascajo2, L. Diaz Olvera1, V. Monfort Salvador3, A. Monzon*2, D. Plat1, J.B. Ray3
1LET-ENTPE, France, 2TRANSyT-UPM, Spain, 3Arcadis, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3A - Mobilty Justice  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Impacts of the last decade interventions on the underground system of Rio de Janeiro metro system
I. Lentino*1,2, F. Mac Dowell2
1Ministério Público do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro - PUC-Rio, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2C - Public Transport (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Impacts on economic integration of potential integrated HSR network in East Asia: From the perspective of accessibility
F.J. Jin*, J.J. Jiao
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3D - Rail  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Implementation in Taiwan of the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) model
P.F. Kuo
Central Police University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G5 - 2B - Transport Security  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Implementation of free-floating and station based carsharing in an agent based travel demand model
M. Heilig*, N. Mallig, M. Kagerbauer, P. Vortisch, O. Schroeder
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute for Transport Studies, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS2, Mode Sharing  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Implementation of urban transport authority, what model of management and organization of a public transit service by bus in Algiers?
L. Chabane
CREAD, Algeria
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H1 - 3B - Multimodal Transport Policy  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Implementing public bicycle sharing system: Korean cases and implications
J. Park*, K. Park, J. Kang et al
The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4D - New Mobilities  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Implementing waste-to-fuel technology for Dhaka Bus Rapid Transit based on Korean cases
J. Park*, J. Kang, K. Park
The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4B - Energy Technology  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Implications of smart urban parking solutions: Case study in City of Espoo, Finland
R.S. Snell1, M.N.M. Mladenovic*2, K. Toiskallio2
1City of Espoo, Finland, 2Aalto University, Finland
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Implications of the assumptions on which the p-median problem are based when distribution network design
E. Segura*1, R.B.C. Benítez2, A. Lozano1
1Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2Universidad Anáhuac Norte, Mexico
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4C - Freight Network Analysis and Design  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Implications of vertical unbundling on Indian Railways: Lessons from German railway reform
R. Gangwar*1, G. Raghuram2
1Manipal University Jaipur, India, 2Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2C - Governance, Institutions and Politicx  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Improving interchanges in China
R. Hickman*1, C-L. Chen1,2, A. Chow1, S. Saxena1,3
1UCL, UK, 2Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China, 3ADB, The Philippines
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4B - Green Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Improving legibility of urban center area by an integrated pedestrian signage system:A case study of Shanghai
Y. Li, L. Bao*, W. Li, H. Deng
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Improving the performance of transit signal priority reatments through Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication
M. Bagherian*, M. Mesbah, L. Ferreira
The University of Queensland, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2B - Impact of Transit and Emergency Vehicles on Signal Control  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Improving urban freight governance and stakeholder management: A social systems approach combined with relationship platforms and value co-creation
C.B.G. Andersen, B. Gammelgaard*, M. Figueroa
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2C - Stakeholder Perceptions  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Imputing missing data for transportation and land use modeling: A comparison of two multiple imputation approaches
L. Wang*1, K. Kim1
1Portland State University, USA, 2SCAG, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS4, Imputation and Data Analysis in GPS Surveys  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Inbound logistics, the last mile and intermodal high capacity transport
R. Bergqvist1, J. Monios*2
1Gothenburg University, Sweden, 2Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4B - ICT, Terminals and Operations  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Income x travel time: Why do the poorest and the richest travel fastest in northeastern Brazil?
J.H. Lima*1, M.L.A. Maia1, K. Lucas2
1UFPE, Brazil, 2University of Leeds, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2B - Unequal Mobilities and Accessibility  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Incomplete cost – incomplete benefit analysis in transport appraisal
R. Hickman
UCL, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4D - Understanding Wider Transport Impacts in Policy  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Incorporating attitudinal aspects in roadway pricing analysis
M.S. Hossan, H. Asgari, K. Shams, X. Jin*
Florida International University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  E2 - 2B - Transport Pricing in Practice  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Incorporating commodity flexibility in terminal design: A design strategy on dealing with uncertainties
B. Wiegmans*, P. Leo, D. Schott
TU Delft, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4B - ICT, Terminals and Operations  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Incorporating container location dispersion into evaluating GCR performance at a transshipment terminal
H. Yu*1, Y.E. Ge1, M.L. Le2
1Shanghai Maritime University, China, 2Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4D - Port Optimisation  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Incorporating continuous representation of preferences for flight departure times into stated airline choice modeling
C.H. Wen*1, C.J. Huang1, C. Fu2
1Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 2Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 3Institute of Transportation, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2B - Airline Competition and Efficiency  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Incorporating in-home activities in ADAPTS: A sequential conditional probability framework
M.F.L. Fasihozaman Langerudi*, K.M. Mohammadian, M.J. Javanmardi, R.S. Shabanpour, T.H.R. Rashidi
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4A - Modelling 1  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Increasing the efficient usage of electric vehicle range - effect of driving experience and coping information
N. Rauh*, M. Günther, T. Franke, J.F. Krems
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4B - Energy Technology  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Indian auto- mobility in 2020
A. Verma*1, S. Velmurugan4, S. Singh3, A. Gurtoo1, T.V. Ramanayya2, R. Kambhampati1
1Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 2Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India, 3Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, India, 4Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2C - Urban Mobility  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Indicators of station-based carsharing usage: Longitudinal and spatial analyses
M. Heilig, M. Kagerbauer*, P. Vortisch
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Institute for Transport Studies, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS2, Mode Sharing  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Indonesian experience on travel time use on-board of commuter rail services
Y. Yosritzal*1, B.M. Adji1, D. Dissanayake2
1Andalas University, Indonesia, 2Newcastle University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2D - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior II  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Industry practices in biomass facilities in the Netherlands
I. Dafnomilis*, D. Schott, G. Lodewijks
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Influence factors of ridership scale surrounding subway stations for the municipality of Beijing: A nonparametric regression approach
J. Deng2, M. Xu*1
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2Beijing Urban Construction Design & Development Group Co., China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3A - Travel Mode  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Influence mechanism of integrated multimodal travel information on holiday activity travel scheduling in China
B. Wang*, C. Shao, X. Ji
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -3  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Influence of accessibility, land use and transport policies on the transport energy dependence of a city
G. Inturri, M. Ignaccolo, M. Le Pira*, S. Caprì, N. Giuffrida
University of Catania, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3D - Energy and Environment  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Influence of personal banking behaviour on the usage of the electronic card for toll road payment
T.B. Joewono*1, B.A. Effendi1, H.S.A. Gultom1, R.P. Rajagukguk2
1Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia, 2Ministry of Public Work, Indonesia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Influence of psychological factors on mode choice behaviours: Case study of BRT in Khon Kaen City, Thailand
R. Kaewkluengklom*, W. Satiennam, S. Jaensirisak, T. Satiennam
Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4A - Bus Rapid Transit  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Influence of variability of travel time on train station choice for park-and-ride users
C. Chen, J. Xia*, B. Smith, D. Olaru, J. Taplin, R. Han
Curtin university, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS3, Accommodating Travel Reliability (Uncertainty) in Travel Modeling  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Information exchange in differentiated access management for intermodal freight transportation
S. Jacobsson*, P-O. Arnäs, G. Stefansson
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4B - ICT, Terminals and Operations  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Innovation Grant Paper: "Critical issues in estimating human exposure to traffic-related air pollution: Advancing the assessment of road vehicle emissions estimates
H. Khreis
PhD Student, Institute for Transport Studies (ITS), Leeds University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
15:40-16:00
Innovative business models for exploiting green vehicle potential in urban logistics
E. Sxoinaraki, K. Panou*
University of the Aegean, Greece
Thursday,14 July 2016:  B4 - 5A - Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels and Cargo Bikes  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Integrated imputation of activity-travel diaries incorporating the measurement of uncertainty
T. Feng*, H. Timmermans
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS4, Imputation and Data Analysis in GPS Surveys  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Integrating policy objectives to transport and land use modelling
L. Meng1, R.L. Han*2
1University of South Australia, Australia, 2Government of Western Australia, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4C - Urban Modeling  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Integrating transport and regeneration- A new framework to capture wider regeneration benefits of rail improvement in deprived towns: A case study of the Blackpool South Fylde line, UK 
C.L. Chen
UCL, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3B - Urban Regeneration  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Integration of mobile wireless RF sensors into a traffic information system
L.C. Touko Tcheumadjeu*, A. Luber, E. Brockfeld, G. Gurczik, A. Sohr, A. Sauerländer
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2B - Traffic Time and Use of Bluetooth Data  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Integration of sustainability strategies and transport planning policies - a comprehensive approach
S. Tischler*, M. Mailer
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2D - National Transport Policy 3  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Intelligent truck parking using real-time data from vehicle on-board units of satellite-based truck tolling
E. Pfannerstill*, A. Apfelstädt, J. Fuchs
FH Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2C - ITS Applications  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Intercity bus deregulation in Germany: Results after 3 years
A. Knorr*1, A. Lueg-Arndt2, A. Heinemann3, A. Eisenkopf4
1German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany, 2Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany, 3University of Bremen, Germany, 4Zeppelin University, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2D - Intercity Bus Service  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Intercity coach liberalisation: The cases of Germany and Italy
R. Grimaldi1, K. Augustin2, P. Beria*1
1Politecnico di Milano, Germany, 2KCW Gmbh, Italy
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2D - Intercity Bus Service  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Intercity travel analysis for a university township with emphasis on air travel
M. Thomas, A.V. Sohoni, K.V.K. Rao*
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS2, University Student Travel Demand Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Intermodal freight transport and the mode choice decision: Perceptions of decision-makers to modal shift
R. Elbert*, L. Seikowsky
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4D - Costs, Competitiveness and Modal Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Internalization of port congestion: Strategic effect behind shipping line delay
C. Jiang*1, H. Hasheminia3, A. Zhang2, Y. Wan4
1University of Mantioba, Canada, 2University of British Columbia, Canada, 3San Francisco State University, USA, 4Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2B - Port Capacity  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
International best practices in managing unplanned disruption to suburban rail services
D. Piner*, B. Condry
Imperial College London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6-SS2: Managing Passenger Rail Disruptions  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
International comparison of the development level of interregional transport infrastructure: Methodology development and policy analysis
H. CHIU*, H. IEDA, T. KANI
University of Tokyo, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2D - National Transport Policy 3  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Intervention analysis of the safety effects of excessive speeding legislation in Canada
S.A. Gargoum, K. El-Basyouny*
University of Alberta, Canada
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C4 - 5A - Traffic Risk Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Introducing adaptive planning of transport infrastructure to extend its value over the longer term
M. Givoni*1, A. Perl2
1Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2Simon Fraser University, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3B - Challenging the Policy Cycle  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Introducing and testing a game-theoretic model for a lottery-based metering system in Minneapolis, United States
R. Olarte*, A. Haghani
University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  E2 - 2B - Transport Pricing in Practice  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Introspection and practice of bus rapid transit planning in China
X. Xu Zhengquan*, Y. Yang Yuxing, W. Wu Xiaofei, L. Liu Zhijie
Shen Zhen Urban Transport Planning Center, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3A - Public Transport (3)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Investigating drivers' decision zones at high-speed intersections in China based on the acceleration-deceleration diagram
F. Wang*, K. Tang, Y. Xu, K. Li
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3D - Signal Control Modeling and Performance  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Investigating factors affecting the occurrence and severity of rear-end crashes
M. Shawky1,2, M. Kishta2, H. Al-Harthei*2
1Ain Shams Univerisity, Egypt, 2Abu Dhabi Traffic Police, United Arab Emirates
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Investigating large vehicle stability on curved expressway segment with vertical slope by simulation
G.X. QU*1, Y.L. HE1, X.D. SUN1
1Beijing University of Technology,Beijing, China, 2University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Investigating temporal transferability of vehicle ownership models: A case study of The Dhaka Metropolitan Area, Bangladesh
F. Anyiko*, C. Choudhury
University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Investigating the applicability of ADAPTS activity-based model in air quality analysis
R. Shabanpour*, M. Javanmardi, M.F. Langerudi, A. Mohammadian
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS1, Activity-Travel Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Investigating the feasibility of electric vehicle carsharing: A case study of Beijing, China
T. Yoon*1, C. Cherry2
1LG CNS, Republic of Korea, 2University of Tennessee, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4D - Electric Vehicles II  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Investigating the impact of happiness indicators on the efficiency of choice models
M. Said, M. Abou-Zeid*, A. Chalak
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS4, Emerging Methods and New Applications in Travel-Related Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Investigating urban route choice as a conflict between waiting at traffic lights and additional travel time
M. Ringhand*, M. Vollrath
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS8, Trade-off Analysis in Transport Mode and Route Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Investigation into the relationship between car emissions, fuel consumption, traffic flow characteristics and land use types on street segment in Cairo
A.S. Huzayyin*1, A. Youssef1
1Professor, Transport and Traffic Engineering and Planning Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, 2Transport Research Expert, Transportation Programme, DRTPC, Cairo University, Egypt
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3B - Urban Development  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Investigation of commute departure time to understand the impacts of part-day telecommuting on the temporal displacement of commute travel
H. Asgari, X. Jin*
Florida International University, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS7, Spatial and Temporal Dimensions  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Investigation of road accident severity per vehicle type
G. Yannis*, A. Theofilatos, G. Pispiringos
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Investigation of texting on young drivers behavior by means of multivariate copula analysis and Gaussian mixture modeling
L. Dimitriou*1, G. Yannis2, K. Stylianou1
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 2National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G4 - 4A - Psychological Factors & Cognition  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Investigation of the financial viability of urban consolidation centre projects and application to Brussels-capital region
M. Janjevic*, A.B. Ndiaye
Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3D - Consolidation and Sharing Space  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Investigation of the relationship between the use of information, communication and multimedia technology whilst travelling on attitudes and opinions of travellers towards train services
Y. Yosritzal*1, D. Dissanayake2, M. Bell2
1Andalas University, Indonesia, 2Newcastle University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  D4 - 2D - ICT, Acitvities, Time Use and Travel Behavior II  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Investment risk assessment and modelling of ppp based Indian highway infrastructure projects
L. Kumar, A. Jindal, N.R. Velaga*
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2B - Public-Private Partnership Assessment  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Investment strategy under uncertainty on LNG fuelled vessels for environmental compliance
S. Chen*, S.Y. Zheng, Q. Zhang
Shanghai Maritime University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3A - Shipping Fleet  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Is reducing car use a utopian vision?
A.H. Hayden*, M.T. Tight, M.B. Burrow
University of Birmingham, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
ITS service platform: In search of working business models and ecosystem
A. Aapaoja*1, J. Kostiainen1, Z. Zulkarnain1, P. Leviäkangas2
1VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland, 2Curtin University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3D - ITS Service Platform  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Japan's transport planning at national level, natural disasters, and their interplays
T. Shibayama
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2C - National Transport Policy 2  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Joint estimation of mode and time of day choice accounting for arrival time flexibility, travel time reliability and crowding on public transport
C. Ho*, D.A. Hensher
University of Sydney, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS3, Accommodating Travel Reliability (Uncertainty) in Travel Modeling  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Joint mode and port choice for grain consolidators in the south of Buenos Aires province, Argentina
R.J. Tapia*, L.A. Dos Santos Senna, A.M. Larrañaga
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3A - Mode Choice  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Joint optimization on logistics infrastructure investment and CO2 emission taxes in a sustainable urban logistics network:A goal programming approach
D.Z. Zhang*1, X.L. Li1, Y.C. Chen2, S.Y. Li3
1Central South University, China, 2National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA, 3Central South University of Forestry and Technology, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3D - Energy and Environment  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Key factors influencing implementation of green port policies: A mixed methods case study in Taiwan
P.H. Tseng*1, N. Pilcher2
1Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 2Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4C - Modelling 2/Economy  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Know your neighbor: Spatial effects of state export promotion and infrastructure investment
Y. Zhou*, J.L. Sage
Washington State University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3B - Construction and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Land-use and transport mode choice in a planned peri-urban area in India
P.A. Pathak1, R. Deshpande1, G. Agrawal*1,2
1Shiv Nadar University, India, 2TRIPP, IIT Delhi, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3B - Urban Development  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Land-use regulations for logistics: Policy evaluation with location choice models for the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
T.S. Sakai*1, K.K. Kawamura1, T.H. Hyodo1,2
1University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3A - Logistics Sprawl: Analysis of Factors  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Lane-based short-term urban traffic flow forecasting with GA designed ANN and LWR models
A. Raza*, M. Zhong
Wuhan University of Technology, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3D - Urban Transport Planning  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Large depot redevelopment project in central Tokyo
S. Morimoto*1, T. Serizawa1, S. Honda2
1East Japan Railway Company, Japan, 2JR East Consultants Company, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4C - Rail Operations  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Large-scale freight facility development to support logistics activity in urban areas
M. Boile*1,2, S. Theofanis2
1Center for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece, 2Rutgers University-CAIT, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4D - Logistics Sprawl: Global Questions  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Large-scale, high-fidelity dynamic traffic assignment: Framework and real-world case studies
Q. Yang*, R. Balakrishna, D. Morgan, H. Slavin
Caliper Corporation, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Learning to use transit services: Understanding unfamiliar transit travel
L. Schmitt, A. Delbosc*, G. Currie
Monash University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3B - Public Transport (4)  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Legalising the illegal parking, a solution for parking scarcity in developing countries
T.M.T. Truong*1, H. Friedrich2
1Vietnamese German University, Viet Nam, 2Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4D - Motorcycle and Parking Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Lessons from a trial of MEILI, a smartphone based semi-automatic activity-travel diary collector, in Stockholm city, Sweden
Y.O. Susilo1, A.C. Prelipcean*1, G. Gidófalvi1, A. Allström2, I. Kristoffersson2, J. Widell2
1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2Sweco Transport System, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS4, Imputation and Data Analysis in GPS Surveys  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Liberalisation of intercity coach market in Germany and France: New trends, bottlenecks and impact on the european integration
L. Guihery
University of Cergy-Pontoise - Labo M.R.T.E., France
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2D - Intercity Bus Service  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Liberalization in southeast Asia: Who is capturing the markets?
N. Lenoir*, I. Laplace
ENAC, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H4 - 3B - Multimodal Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
"Lifestyles": How to define and use it in modal choice studies
V. Van Acker1
1Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2Ghent University, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS1, Activity-Travel Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Linking inequalities in daily mobility and transport expenditure in a Latin-American metropolis. The case of Guadalajara (Mexico)
L. Diaz Olvera, P. Lestruhaut, D. Plat, P. Pochet*
LAET - Transport Urban Planning Economics Laboratory, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  H2 - 2B - Public Transport Quality and Affordability  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Linking transport poverty with indicators of the level of social deprivation of individuals and the environmental characteristics of their home locations
K. Lucas*1, I. Philips1, C. Mulley2, L. Ma2
1Institute for Transport Studies, UK, 2Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3B - Measuring Equity  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Locating charging stations for electric vehicles in a city
W. Gao, Z. Sun*
Dalian Maritime University, China
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G3 - 5A - Planning and Policy (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Locating turnover transfer center for large metropolitan areas in case of Seoul, Korea
Y. Kwon*, J. Oh
The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3A - Public Transport (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Location of warehouses and environmental justice
Q. Yuan
University of Southern California, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3A - Logistics Sprawl: Analysis of Factors  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Locations of Logistics Service Providers in Germany - the basis for a new freight transport generation model
K. Rolko1, H. Friedrich*1
1Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 2The Kühne Logistics University, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2B - Freight Generation and Supply Chains  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Locations of two-level disaster relief facilities for vulnerable networks: Case study of Nantou, Taiwan
H-H. Huang, Y-T. Hsu*
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2C - Disaster Resilience in Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Logistic travel distance and time optimization of raw rattan materials in indonesia
N.K. Dewi*1, P. Pradono1, M. Miharja1, G. Yudoko1
1School Of Logistic Management, Indonesia, 2Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Monday,11 July 2016:  B1 - 2B - Modelling Approaches in Logistics and Supply Chain Management  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Logistic vessel movements inside offshore plants
S. Zamparelli1, M. Catalani*1
1University of Molise, Italy, 2University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4B - Shipping safety  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Logistics agglomeration and its impacts in China
Y.Y. Cui1,2, B.L. Song*1
1Shanghai Maritime University, China, 2Shanghai Development Strategic Research Institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3A - Freight  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Logistics centers and agglomeration economies: Logistics clusters or co-located logistics activities - The French case
N. Bounie*, C. Blanquart
IFSTTAR, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3A - Freight  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Logistics land use patterns in metropolitan Canada
C.G. Woudsma*1, P. Jakubicek1
1University of Waterloo, Canada, 2Freight Transport Research Institute, Czech Republic
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3A - Logistics Sprawl: Analysis of Factors  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Logistics sprawl in Chicago, Illinois
A.V. Goodchild*, M. Dubie
University of Washington, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2B - Logistics Sprawl Case Studies and Indicators  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Logistics sprawl in monocentric and polycentric metropolitan areas: The cases of Paris, France, and the Randstad, the Netherlands
A. Heitz*1, L. Dablanc1, L. Tavasszy2
1IFSTTAR University of Paris-Est, France, 2Delft University, The Netherlands
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3A - Logistics Sprawl: Analysis of Factors  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Logistics sprawl in the Brussels metropolitan area: Territorial, socioeconomic and political aspects
M. Strale*1, G. Te Boeveldt2, C. Macharis2, F. Dobruszkes1
1Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 2Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2B - Logistics Sprawl Case Studies and Indicators  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Logistics sprawl in timber markets and its impact on freight distribution patterns in metropolitan city of Delhi, India
S. Gupta*, G. Garima
School of Planning and Architecture, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4A - Case Studies and Non-Road (1)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Logistics strategies and supply chains at the traditional markets complex of "La Merced" in the historical center of Mexico City
J.P. Antun*, R. Alarcon, A. Lozano
Instituto de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4A - Case Studies and Non-Road (1)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Longitudinal analysis of the dynamics of car ownership and travel in the Seattle metropolitan region
K.G. Goulias*, E. McBride, J.H. Lee, A.W. Davis
University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Thursday,14 July 2016:  D3 - 5A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS9, Other Econometrics and Combined Models?  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Looking back 10 years; How accurate are the predictions of a structural maritime macroeconomic model?
J.F.J. Pruyn
TUDelft, The Netherlands
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A2 - 5A - Cruising  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Macroscopic and microscopic variables in capacity and level of service in colombian sidewalks
F. Guío*, J. Poveda, D. Dueñas
Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Macroscopic investigation of pedestrian traffic safety: Focusing on the residence and crash zones
J. Lee1, M. Abdel-Aty*1, K. Choi2, H. Huang3
1University of Central Florida, USA, 2Ajou University, Republic of Korea, 3Central South University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3D - Walking and Cycling: Preferences, Behaviour and Safety  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Major transport corridors: The concept of sustainability in EU documents
M. Öberg*, K.L. Nilsson, C. Johansson
Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4D - Understanding Wider Transport Impacts in Policy  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Management, accessibility, service facility: Post Occupancy Evaluation of greenways in Chengdu, China
X. Mai*1, C. Wu2, M. Yang1, Z. Zhou1
1Southwest University for Nationalities, China, 2Sichuan University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3B - Sustainability  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Managing data and rethinking applications in an innovative mid-sized bus fleet
P. Tilocca1, S. Farris1, S. Angius1, R. Argiolas1, A. Obino1, S. Secchi1, S. Mozzoni2, B. Barabino*2
1CTM SpA, Italy, 2Technomobility srl, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3D - ITS Service Platform  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Managing uncertainty in the application of composite sustainability indicators to transit analysis
P. Miller*2, A. de Barros1, L. Kattan1, S.C. Wirasinghe1
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2Steer Davies Gleave, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3A - Public Transport (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Managing waiting time for different aircraft operators in immediate disaster response
S. Choi*, S. Hanaoka
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2D - Disaster Resilience in Transport and Ports Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Mapping bus transit services in Hyderabad - an illustrative example of the use of open geospatial data
H. Devulapalli2, G. Agrawal*1
1Shiv Nadar University, India, 2Hyderabad Urban Labs, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2D - Public Transport (2)  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Mapping out goods flow to Addis Ababa City, Ethiopia, and its impact on environment
A. Reda*2, G. Gebresenbet1
1Dept of Energy and Technology, SLU, Sweden, 2Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4A - Case Studies and Non-Road (1)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Maritime and logistics advanced producer services within the Mediterranean: The liner shipping companies' positioning strategies in new market areas
H. Ghiara, M. Caminati*
University of Genoa, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3B - Maritime Cluster  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Maritime transport of oil and routing  choice management
M. Catalani.*1, S. Zamparelli.1
1University of Naples Parthenope, Italy, 2University of University, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4C - Maritime Networks  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Maritime vessel traffic modeling in the context of concept drift
E. Osekowska*, H. Johnson, B. Carlsson
Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Market structure and partnership levels in air-rail cooperation
C. Jiang*1, Y. Wan2, T. D’Alfonso3
1University of Mantioba, Canada, 2Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 3Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2C - Railways Regulation  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Matching system of disaster relief supplies integrating vehicle routing planning
H. Hashimoto*, J. Fukumoto
Tohoku University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2C - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (2)  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Mathematical and statistical properties of the microstructure in vehicular streams and their impact to the traffic management methods
J. Apeltauer*, T. Apeltauer, M. Vsetecka, J. Macur, P. Holcner
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2C - Traffic Flow Theory II  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Measurement of value of time for freight trips and its benefit by market information
H. Morisugi
Nihon University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Measurements and properties of the values of time and reliability
M. Beaud, T. Blayac*, M. Stéphan
University of Montpellier, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS8, Trade-off Analysis in Transport Mode and Route Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Measuring comfort in public transport services
S.O. Imre*, D. Celebi
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS1, On Improving Convenience and Accessibility of Public Transport Services for Urban, Regional, and National Travel  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Measuring congestion impacts on the islands of Malta
M. Attard*1, J.N. Ibáñez2, P. Von Brockdorff1, F. Bezzina1, P. Christidis2
1University of Malta, Malta, 2Joint Research Centre, Spain
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4A - Pricing  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Measuring destination accessibility by public transport incorporating user affordability: A case of Cape Town, South Africa
I. Aivinhenyo*, M.P. Zuidgeest, M.B. van Ryneveld
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Monday,11 July 2016:  H2 - 2B - Public Transport Quality and Affordability  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Measuring induced travel demand in the context of developing countries: State-of-art review and future research direction
M.L. Rahman, M. Kamruzzaman*, D. Baker
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -5  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Measuring stations surveillance quality for security and personal safety
M. Rahaman1, G. Currie*1, C. Muir2
1Monash University,Institute of Transport Studies, Australia, 2Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G5 - 2B - Transport Security  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Measuring success: Sustainable development synergies and co-benefits of low-carbon transport measures
O.P. Lah1
1Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany, 2Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2B - Climate Change Policies  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Measuring the ability of anti-destroying of weighted network for the urban rail transit system: The case study of Guangzhou
M.X. Zhao, Q. Gu*
South China University of Technology, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Measuring the long distance accessibility: Is there an "accessibility gap" of Italian cities?
P. Beria*1, A. Debernardi2, E. Ferrara2
1Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2Studio META, Italy
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G2 - 5A - Bus Safety - CO2  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Measuring the value of integrated air bus services in the regional transport context
R.M. Merkert, M.B. Beck*
University of Sydney, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4D - Evaluation of Passenger Transport System  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Measuring the vulnerability of global airline alliances to member exits
O. Lordan1, R. Klophaus*2
1Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - Barcelona Tech., Spain, 2Worms University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3A - Airline Networks  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Measuring transport resilience in New Zealand
M. Imran*, C. Cheyne
Massey University, New Zealand
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2C - Disaster Resilience in Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Measuring what constitute the travellers' familiar areas and how it changes overtime
W. Zhang*, N. Ahmad Termida, Y.O. Susilo
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS7, Spatial and Temporal Dimensions  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Methodological issues in modelling signalised intersection capacity under informal public transport operations: Case study, Harare, Zimbabwe
S. Dumba*, L-D. Vassileva, T. Gumbo
University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3D - Traffic and Safety Policy  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Methodology for characterizing vehicle fleet composition and its territorial variability, needed for assessing Low Emission Zones
M. André*1, M. Carteret2, A. Pasquier1, Y. Liu1
1IFSTTAR, France, 2Université of Savoie, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4B - Air Pollution  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Methodology for diagrammatic comparison of transport planning competences over national borders
T. Shibayama*, U. Leth, G. Emberger
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2D - Organizations and Governance  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Methodology for evaluating walking facilities based on types of obstructions observed on footpath of Indian roads
M. Advani, P. Parida, M. Parida*
Central Road Research Institute, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4D - Logistics, Scenarios, and Facilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Methodology for planning multi-functional transport corridors taking into consideration the special requirements of electro mobility
W. Kuhn*, R. Haupl, M. Muller
University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Department of Transport and Energy Engineering, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4D - Electric Vehicles II  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Methodology for the numerical calculation of racing lines and the virtual assessment of driving behavior for training circuits for the automobile industry
W. Kuhn*, M. Muller
University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2D - Traffic Simulations  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Methodology to improve the efficiency of a BRT corridor from adaptative signal control and coordination with stop time at stations.
N. Correal Huertas*, J. Bocarejo Suescún
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Methodology to measure the parking area performance of inter-city expressways
T. Muramatsu2, T. Oguchi*1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Nippon Expressway Research Institute Co., Ltd., Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4C - Parking & Road Infrastructure  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Methods for fitting riding time distribution data of shared-auto users in urban area
D. Basu*1, S. Roy1, S.L. Dhingra2, A.D. Banik1
1Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, India, 2Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS5, O-D matrices  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Microscopic destination choice: Incorporating travel time budgets as constraints
A. Moreno*, R. Moeckel
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2D - Travel Behavior  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Microscopic study on role of young drivers in road crashes: A case study in India
M. Mohanty1, A. Gupta*1
1IIT Bhubaneswar, India, 2IIT Varanasi (BHU), India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2C - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -2  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Mileage electrification potential of different electric vehicles in Germany
P. Plötz*, S.A. Funke
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Karlsruhe, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2C - Electric Vehicles I  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Mind the services! The risk of intermediate medium-sized HSR cities to be bypassed
A. Moyano*1, F. Dobruszkes2
1Universidad de Castilla- La Mancha, Spain, 2Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A3 - 3D - High Speed (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Minimizing the global container inventory imbalance through collaboration among carriers
L. Edirisinghe*1,2, J. Zhihong1, A.W. Wijeratne3
1Dalian Maritime University, China, 2CINEC Maritime Campus, Sri Lanka, 3Sabaragamuwa University, Sri Lanka
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (1) Subtitle: Management Concepts for Freight Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Mining carsharing use patterns from rental data: A case study of Chefenxiang in Hangzhou, China
C. Qian*, W.F. Li, M.T. Ding, Y. Hui, Q. Xu, D.Y. Yang
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS2, Mode Sharing  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Mitigating the impact of the expected increase in the population, economy and urban footprint in Cities of the South on greenhouse gas emissions: The case of Cape Town
R.D. Mistro*1, V. Proctor1, H.T.T. Moyo1
1University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2MottMacDonald PDNA, South Africa, 3University of Cape Town, South Africa
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2b - 3D - Transport in Developing Countries and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Mixed traffic characteristic study for capacity assessment on urban arterial midblock
C.R. Patel, G.J. Joshi*
S V National Institute of Technology, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2C - Highway Capacity and Traffic Flow Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
MobiLabo project: A railway station living laboratory for design and evaluation of people flow and behavior assessment tools using fusion of wi-fi, laser and video technologies
F. Ganansia
SNCF, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4B - Traffic Management Considering Driver Behavior and Information  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Mobile internet + Campus bicycle sharing system planning
L. Shi*, J. Ma, L. Wu
Nanjing Forestry University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2B - Taxi Service  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Mobility behaviour comparison in mixed-mode survey using Hurdle model? Application to the phone and web Rhône-Alps household travel survey
C. Bayart*1, P. Bonnel1
1Laboratoire de Sciences Actuarielle et Financière, France, 2laboratoire Economie Aménagement Transports, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2C - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS1, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Mobility behaviours in peri-urban areas through mobile phone data: The Milan urban region case study
P. Pucci
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3D - Mobility Practices  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Mobility difficulties to low income people living in peripheral hill areas in Recife Brazil
F.C.O. Oliveira, M.O.A. Andrade*
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2C - Urban Mobility  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Mobility improvements by electric two-wheels in public transit less-developed areas.
H.X. Pan1, X.Y. He*1, L.K. Wang2
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Urban Construction Design & Research Institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3A - Non-motorized Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Mobility, Vehicle fleet, Energy use and Emissions forecast Tool (MOVEET)
A.J. Purwanto*, G. De Ceuster, K. Vanherle
Transpor & Mobility Leuven, Belgium
Thursday,14 July 2016:  F2b - 5A - Climate Change in Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Modal choice in short-distance hinterland containertransport
D. Meers, C. Macharis, T. Vermeiren, T. van Lier*
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4D - Costs, Competitiveness and Modal Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Mode choice modeling using adaptive data collection for different trip purposes in Mumbai Metropolitan Region
R. Basu1, G.R. Patil*1, T.H. Rashidi2
1IIT Bombay, India, 2UNSW, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS1, On Improving Convenience and Accessibility of Public Transport Services for Urban, Regional, and National Travel  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Mode shift behaviour of commuters due to the introduction of new rail transit mode
A.V. Sohoni, M. Thomas, K.V.K. Rao*
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS3, Rail vs Other Modes  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Modeling heteroscedastic traffic speed dispersion on urban expressways
J. Li*, Y. Liu, X. Chen
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Modeling local taxi customer-search movements in a cell-based network
R.C.P. Wong, W.H. Yang*, W.Y. Szeto, S.C. Wong
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2B - Taxi Service  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Modeling mass transit nets and urban development issues:"The right to the city" as a new framework to rethink systems
D.P.P. Ferreira*1,2, L.F. Hagemann3,4
1Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy, 2Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3Fundação Instituto de Pesquisa e Planejamento Urbano de Joinville, Brazil, 4Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Modeling multiple user classes and multiple criteria in bicycle traffic assignment
S. Ryu*1, A. Chen1,2, J. Su3, K. Choi4
1Ajou University, Republic of Korea, 2Tongji University, China, 3UCLA, USA, 4Ajou University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS5, O-D matrices  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Modeling of commuter satisfaction level for ITS based public transport system in Indian city
N.K. Raval1, J. Nataraju*2, E. Madhu2, P. Prajapati1, A. Mohan Rao2
1The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India, 2CSIR-Central Road Research Institute, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2C - Public Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Modeling overloaded heavy vehicles with Multi-Class kinematic wave traffic flow formulation
X. Wang*1, X.H. Chen1, Z.X. Deng2
1Tongji University, China, 2University of Maryland, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -1  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Modeling spatial transformation of cities using clustering techniques: Case study of Istanbul's multicentric development
D. Akin
Gediz University, Turkey
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4D - Spatial Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Modeling the choice of air flight departure and return dates on long holidays
C.H. Wen*, Y. Yeh
Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2D - Airline Demand Estimation  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Modeling the impact of parking price policies on free-floating carsharing: Case study for Zurich, Switzerland
M. Balac*, F. Ciari, R. Waraich
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4D - New Mobilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Modeling the impacts of a low emission zone policy: The application of an integrated model of activity demand and network dynamics
D. You, V.M. Garikapati, R.M. Pendyala*
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS1, Activity-Travel Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Modeling the propensity to cycle. An experimental analysis
I. Meloni, B. Sanjust di Teulada*, E. Sottile
University of Cagliari, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Modeling the various merging behaviors at expressway on-ramp bottlenecks using support vector machine models
E.G. Wang*1, J. Sun1, S. Jiang1, F. Li2
1Tongji University, China, 2Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Modelling acceleration decisions in heterogeneous traffic situations with weak lane discipline
C. Choudhury*1,2, M. Islam2
1University of Leeds, UK, 2Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Modelling airport performance using fuzzy concept - the airport perception index
L.O.A.G. Raymundo*1,2, C.A.N. Cosenza1, D.E. Pitfield2
1Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Loughborough University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4A - Airport Capacity and Planning  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Modelling auto-mobility: Combining cohort analysis with panel data econometrics
R.G. Grimal
CEREMA, France
Thursday,14 July 2016:  D3 - 5A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS9, Other Econometrics and Combined Models?  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Modelling bike-sharing choice in a developing country with a focus on the impacts of air pollution and weather conditions
W. Li*, M. Kamargianni
UCL Energy Institute, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4B - Bicycle Policy  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Modelling consensus building in Delphi practices for participated transport planning
M. Le Pira*, G. Inturri, M. Ignaccolo, A. Pluchino
University of Catania, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4C - Participatory Planning and Governance  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Modelling household travel energy consumption and CO2 emissions based on the spatial form of neighborhoods and streets: A case study of Jinan, China
Y. Jiang*1,2, P-Q. Gu2, D-Q. He3, Y-L. Chen1, Q-Z. Mao1
1Tsinghua University, China, 2China Sustainable Transportation Center, China, 3The Energy Foundation Beijing Office, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3D - Energy and Environment  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Modelling international maritime container cargo flow and policy simulation in South Asia: An application of network equilibrium assignment model on a global scale
R. Shibasaki*1, T. Kawasaki2
1National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management (NILIM), Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3B - Port and Hhinterland Freight Models  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Modelling IT systems for public transport companies: The domain model ITTC
C. Dohmen
IVU Traffic Technologies AG, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3B - ITS Modelling  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Modelling location choice behaviour for non-mandatory tours
D. Basu*1, K.J. Stefan2, J.D. Hunt3, M. McCoy4
1Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, India, 2HBA Specto Incorporated, Canada, 3University of Calgary, Canada, 4University of California, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS8, Location, Travel, Active Travel  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Modelling of dynamics complexity of land use and transport in Megapolitan urban fringe  (Case of Bekasi city)
N. Noviandi*, P. Pradono, M. Tasrif, I. Kusumantoro
Bandung Institute Of Technology, Indonesia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4C - Urban Modeling  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Modelling perceived transit quality under travel and user heterogeneity: A SEM-MIMIC approach
J. Allen
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session C  -  11:30-13:00
11:30-12:00
Modelling the effect of factors on the stated preference towards telecommuting in IIUM campus, Gombak
F.D. Ismail, A.A.K. Hamsa*, M.Z. Mohamed
International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS2, University Student Travel Demand Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Modelling the relationship between speed and safety using path analysis
S.A. Gargoum, K. El-Basyouny*
University of Alberta, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3B - Traffic Safety Modelling I  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Models and algorithms for dynamic headway control
L. Fu, M. Dessouky*
University of Southern California, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4C - Rail Operations  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Modern airport management - fostering individual door-to-door travel
A.B. Classen*, C. Werner, M. Jung
DLR - Institute of Air Transport and Airport Research, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4B - Human Factors in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Motorcycle management policy in Taiwan: From dilemma to reality
S.K. Chang, C.Y. Chen, Y.W. Chen*
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4C - Two Wheeler Safety  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Move-stay detection of smartphone-based travel survey data
N. Hamasawa*, T. Maruyama
Kumamoto University, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS4, Imputation and Data Analysis in GPS Surveys  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Multi-agent modelling approach for evaluating the city logistics dynamic in a vulnerability situation: An exploratory study in Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
D.A. Lessa, L.K. Oliveira*, B.F.G. Calazans, E. Oliveira
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2C - Dynamic Freight Models  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Multi-level policy tensions in Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) development in low-income Asian cities
E. Wijaya, M. Imran*, J. McNeill
Massey University, New Zealand
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H1 - 3B - Multimodal Transport Policy  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Multimodal travel demand based on itinerary requests
A. Remy*1, M. Chandesris1, S. Mastalerz2, A. Hyenne2, E. Bousquie2
1SNCF Innovation & Research, France, 2Kisio, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS2, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Multi-objective optimization for a liner shipping service from different perspectives
D.P. Song*, D. Li, P. Drake
University of Liverpool, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4C - Maritime Networks  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Multiple level, multiple criteria and group-oriented evaluation of urban transportation projects
J. Zak*, M. Kruszynski, L. Owczarzak
Poznan Univeraity of Technology, Poland
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2C - Multi-Level Governance  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Multiple solutions, multiple regions, multiple levels and multiple criteria: Deciding on rail for Brussels with Competence-based Multi Criteria Analysis
G. te Boveldt*, C. Macharis, K. Van Raemdonck
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2C - Multi-Level Governance  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Multipurpose ships: The workhorses or the racehorses from the short sea shipping
J.W. Frouws
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4C - Maritime Networks  -  13:30-15:10
14:40-15:10
National policies on local school siting, school transport and options for children's travel to school in the United Kingdom
R.L. Steiner*1, G.R. Marsden2
1University of Florida, USA, 2University of Leeds, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2B - Policy Change and Policy Stability  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
National transport policy in Austria - from its beginning till today
G. Emberger
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2B - National Transport Policy 1  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Negotiating territory: Strategies of informal transport operators to access public space in urban Africa and Latin America 
D. Heinrichs*, M. Goletz, B. Lenz
Institute of Transport Research, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2C - Governance, Institutions and Politicx  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Neighborhood form, food market and residents' walk and bike access patterns: Evidence from Beijing, China
Y-L. Chen
Tsinghua University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2D - Mode Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Network analysis of the buyer-supplier linkages in the logistics sector in Belgium.
J. Beckers*1, M. Vanhoof2, A. Verhetsel1
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Newcastle University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2B - Freight Generation and Supply Chains  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Network system design of sea and land logistics - A case study of shandong
J. Xie*, H. Li, D. Yang
Shandong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B1 - 4B - Decision Frameworks and Network Design in Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
New business strategies in urban logistics and use of alternative fuel technologies
A. Karamigkou, S. Kapros*
University of the Aegean, Greece
Thursday,14 July 2016:  B4 - 5A - Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels and Cargo Bikes  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
New experience and issues for sustainable urban development: Bus rapid transit system in Taichung City, Taiwan
C. Yeh*, L. Lin, C. Kao
Feng-Chia University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2C - Public Transport (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
New features in the 2015 German highway capacity manual (hbs2015)
N. Wu
Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
New methedology for air travel demand estimation and airline competition analysis in emerging but regulated airline market
K. Wang1, T.H. Oum1, X. Fu*2
1The University of British Columbia, Canada, 2University of Sydney, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2D - Airline Demand Estimation  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
New Practice of TOD -The model of design and multi-use development of transport complex of Changyang metro station
Y. Lu*1, X. Ren1, C. Ji2, S. Jin2
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2Beijing Infrastructure Investment Co.,Ltd., China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3B - Urban Regeneration  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Newly established airlines developing process and changing patterns of its air route in China
C.T.W. Wu*, P. Lei
Sichuan University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Niterói’s central area urban redevelopment: Planning to achieve sustainable mobility in Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area
J.R. Barandier Jr.
Niterói Municipal Secretariat for Urban Planning and Mobility, Brazil
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3B - Urban Regeneration  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Non-motorised freight distribution patterns of wholesale markets in a mega city; case city – Delhi, India
S. Gupta
School of Planning and Architecture, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4B - Case Studies and Non-Road (2)  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Northern Virginia traffic impact study on 2013 federal government shutdown - implications to demand management
J. Gou3, L. Zhang*1, Q. He2, Z. Huang1, V. Gunda3, L. Li4
1MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, 2STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, BUFFALO, USA, 3SERCO, USA, 4VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Observed differences in indusrial organization of corruption between Asia and Africa
A.P. Talvitie
Aalto University, Finland
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2D - Decision-making and Partenrships  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
O-d flows estimation and study area zoning: Preliminary insights on a joint approach
A. Papola1, V. Marzano*1, F. Simonelli2
1Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy, 2Università del Sannio (Benevento), Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS5, O-D matrices  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Open access for rail passenger services: Lesson learnt from forerunner countries
P. Perennes
SNCF Réseau, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4A - High Speed (II)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Opening Talk: Session Chair
Y. Hayashi
WCTRS President, Chubu University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:35
Operational costs and externalities in optimal intermodal network design
M. Mostert*1, A. Caris2, S. Limbourg1
1University of Liege, Belgium, 2University of Hasselt, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4C - Freight Network Analysis and Design  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Operational impacts of platform doors in metros
A. Barron*, S. Canavan, R. Anderson, J. Cohen
Imperial College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3A - Urban Transit and Paratransit  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Opportunities for peak shaving energy demand of ship to shore quay cranes at container terminals
H. Geerlings*1, R. Heij2, R. van Duin2
1Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4A - Port networks  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Optimal concession contracts for landlord port authorities under price competition of terminal operators
H.C. Chen*, Y.H. Lin, S.M. Liu
National Taipei University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Optimal design of delay reduction contract in EU air traffic management
C. Wang1,2
1Toulouse School of Economics, France, 2Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4C - Air Traffic Management  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Optimal lane reallocation for the reversible lane system
X. Qian, S. Ukkusuri*
Purdue University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3B - Transport Network Design  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Optimal returnable transport items management
S.L. Limbourg*, A. Martin, C. Paquay
HEC-ULg, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  B1 - 2B - Modelling Approaches in Logistics and Supply Chain Management  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Optimal transit routing algorithm for large scale road networks
N. Goel*, N.R. Velaga, P. Vedagiri, T.V. Mathew
IIT Bombay, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Optimisation-based calibration and model selection for the Tranus land use module
T. Capelle*1,3, P. Sturm1,3, A. Vidard1,3, B.J. Morton2
1Inria, France, 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, 3University Grenoble Alpes, France, 4CNRS, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4C - Urban Modeling  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Optimization of bus stops layout under the conditions of coordinated control
Z.P. Liu*1,2, K.P. Li1,2, Y. Ni2
1Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China, 2Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Optimum traffic signal control strategy at isolated signalized intersections based on dynamic phase schemes and lane use allocations
W. Liu, A.B. Wang*
Chongqing Jiaotong University,College of Traffic and Transportation, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3B - Advanced Technologies for Signal Control  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Option generation for policy measures and packages: The role of the KonSULT knowledgebase
A.D. May*, H. Khreis, C. Mullen
University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4C - Planning and Policy (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Option price model and evaluation of time saving effect for emergency patient of heat stroke
M. Morisugi*1, R. Mori1, N. Sakamoto2, K. Nakajiama3, E. Ohno1
1Meijo University, Japan, 2Yamagata University, Japan, 3University of Hyogo, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2C - Socio-economic Impact of Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Organizational mode innovation and credit supervision in road freight transportation under smart mobile devices applications services
Y. Yu*, Y. Li, T. Xia, H. Deng, L. Bao, W. Li
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Organizational structures of urban public transport - a diagrammatic comparison with UML
T. Shibayama
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2D - Organizations and Governance  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Overview of a large-scale controlled experiment on the walking behavior of individuals with disabilities
K. Christensen*1, M.S. Sharifi1, D. Stuart1, A. Chen1, Y.S. Kim1, Y.Q. Chen2
1Utah State University, USA, 2University of California Merced, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS2, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Owners of energy-efficient houses as a target group for sustainable electric mobility
S. Keuchel*, L. Jacobs, K. Laurenz
Westphalian University, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2C - Electric Vehicles I  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Paper Title: Planning for pilgrim crowd management in mega religious events – case study Ratha Yatra 2015, India
B. Basak, S. Gupta*
IIT Kharagpur, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4B - Traffic Management Considering Driver Behavior and Information  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Parameters affecting the overall performance of bus network system at different operating conditions: A structural equation approach
T. Das1, N. Apu2, S. Hoque1, M. Hadiuzzaman1, X. Wang*1
1Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh, 2Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh, 3Shandong University School of Civil Engineering, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4A - Bus Rapid Transit  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Parametric representation of an urban form to model transport systems
S. Jara-Diaz*, A. Fielbaum, A. Gschwender
Universidad de Chile, Chile
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4A - Urban Form  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Park-and-ride lot choice model with corrected endogeneity
B. Sharma*, M. Hickman, N. Nassir
The university of Queensland, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS8, Trade-off Analysis in Transport Mode and Route Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Parking management policies based on behavior analysis at fatih district in Istanbul, Turkey
A. Dogru*1, S. Malaitham2, M. Okamura3, A. Fukuda2, T. Fukuda2
1Istanbul Municipality, Turkey, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3ALMEC Corporation, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4A - Parking, Barrier Effect, and CO2  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Parsing competitive dialogue in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP): Emergence of capability search
F.D. Amonya2
1Lyciar, UK, 2University of London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2D - Decision-making and Partenrships  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Passenger demand and patterns of tourists' mobility in the Aegean Archipelago with combined use of big datasets from mobile phones and statistical data from ports and airports
F. Hatziioannidou, A. Polydoropoulou*
University of the Aegean, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS3, Passive and Big Data Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Passenger flow assignment model for passenger railway hub in metropolis
K. Jun*, G. Baonan et al
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Passengers' willingness to walk to airport terminal shops
W.C. Tseng*1, C.L. Wu2
1University of South Australia, Australia, 2University of New South Wales, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3B - Revenue Sources in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Passing segment length determination on two-lane highways
C. Liu*, Z. Wang, J. Wang
Caltrans, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4C - Parking & Road Infrastructure  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Passive tram priority strategy using signal progression model
Y.J. Jeong*1, G.H. Ahn1, J.H. Jeong1, D.W. Joo1, S.Y. Park1, H.R. Cho2
1Korea Road Traffic Authority, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul Metropolitan Government, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2B - Impact of Transit and Emergency Vehicles on Signal Control  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Peak car in Europe?
C. Focas1, P. Christidis*1
1University of Oxford, UK, 2Joint Research Council, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4B - Car Travel  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Pedestrian level of service model at signalized intersections using fuzzy approach
S. Marisamynathan, P. Vedagiri*
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C2 - 5A - Traffic Control Involving Pedestrians and Bicycles  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Pedestrian Red-light Violation Behavior Analysis Based on Survival Analysis
N. Zhang*, Z. Sun, L. Liu, L. Jiang
Chongqing University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2B - Pedestrian Safety I  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Pedestrian's safety perceptions at signalized intersections in Shanghai
Y. Ni*, Y.Y. Cao, K.P. Li
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2B - Pedestrian Safety I  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Pedestrian-vehicular interactions in a mixed-street environment
M. Danaf, A. Sabri, M. Abou-Zeid*, I. Kaysi
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4D - Planning and Policy (2)  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Perception of bicycle users towards key route-related attributes influencing bicycling using the concept of Willingness to Pay.
B.B. Majumdar*, S. Mitra
IIT, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS8, Trade-off Analysis in Transport Mode and Route Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Performance measurement of a bluetooth-based floating car observer
G. Gurczik, A. Sauerländer-Biebl*
German Aerospace Center, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2C - ITS Applications  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Performance-dependent humidity state division of subgrade in seasonal frozen region
D.X. Li*1, Z.G. Chen1, J.M. Ling2
1Jilin Provincial Communication Scientific Research Institute, China, 2Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Performing a regional transportation asset extreme weather vulnerability assessment
M. Abkowitz*1, A. Jones2, L. Dundon1, J. Camp1
1Vanderbilt University, USA, 2Tennessee Department of Transportation, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2C - Disaster Resilience in Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Personal mobility choices and climate change: Which incentives are effective?
C. Raux
University of Lyon, France
Thursday,14 July 2016:  F2b - 5A - Climate Change in Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Pharmaceutical distribution in urban area: An integrated analysis  and perspective of the case of Brussels-Capital Region
A. Nsamzinshuti*, F. Cardoso, M. Janjevic, A.B. Ndiaye
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B1 - 4B - Decision Frameworks and Network Design in Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Planning of LNG filling stations for road freight: A case study of Shenzhen
Y. Li1,2, W. Li*1,2, Y. Yu1,2, L. Bao1,2
1The Key Laboratory of Road and Traffic Engineering, Ministry of Education, China, 2Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Planning our way ahead: A review of Thailand's transport master plan for urban areas
P. Jittrapirom*1,3, S. Jaensirisak2
1Research Center of Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, 2Civil Engineering Department, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand, 3Radboud University, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4C - Planning and Policy (1)  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Planning the departure of vacant fleet to the median stops in a single transit line
E. Seyedabrishami*, A. Rahimi, A. Zarrinmehr
Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3B - Transport Network Design  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Planning the location of new intercity bus terminals: Case study of Istanbul Metropolitan area
D. Akin*1, D. Kara2
1Gediz University, Turkey, 2Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Bimtas, Turkey
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2D - Intercity Bus Service  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Planning transport infrastructures in an uncertain context. Analysis and limits to contemporary planning in France
G. Zembri-Mary
Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2D - National Transport Policy 3  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Police stations, criminal offences and mobility infrastructure. Operational analysis in manizales - Colombia
D.A. Escobar García*1, D.R. Oviedo Hernandez2, J.M. Holguin Cardenas1, C.A. Moncada Aristizabal1,2
1National University of Colombia, Colombia, 2University College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4A - Parking, Barrier Effect, and CO2  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Policy analysis for new commuter rail and road pricing alternatives using an SP survey in Abidjan
S. Yagi*1, H. Shiraishi2, D. Nobel3
1ALMEC Corporation, Japan, 2Oriental Consultants Global Co., Ltd., Japan, 3University of Delaware, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4B - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS6, Predictors of Travel Mode Choice and Mode Shifts  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Port and hinterland network: A case study of the Crescent Corridor intermodal freight program in the US
J. Sugawara
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4C - Regional Case Studies  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Port efficiency: Is this a technical issue? The case of Brazilian seaport system
C.B. Galvao
PUC Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session C  -  11:30-13:00
12:30-13:00
Port related innovations: The answer to today's constraints and the challenges in seaports
C. Sys*1, T. Vanelslander1, A. Roumboutsos2, G. Giuliano4, M. Acciaro3
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2University of the Aegean, Greece, 3Kühne Logistics University, Germany, 4University of Southern California, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3D - Port Competitiveness  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Port risk management in container terminals
P.L. Pallis
University of Piraeus, Greece
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2D - Disaster Resilience in Transport and Ports Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Ports, external costs and transport network design: The case of Northern Italy
D. Ambrosino, C. Ferrari, A. Sciomachen, A. Tei*
University of Genoa, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4A - Port networks  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Portuguese mainland road network safety performance indicator
S. Vieira Gomes*1, J.L. Cardoso1, C. Lima Azevedo2
1National Laboratory of Civil Engineering, Portugal, 2Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G2 - 5A - Bus Safety - CO2  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Possible mass and long distance ferry transportation for health and humanitarian logistics at a disaster scene
K. Ono*1, J. Tatsumi2, T. Nakao3
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Ocean Trans Corporation Ltd, Japan, 3Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Corporation Ltd, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2C - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (2)  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Potential and limitations of collective parcel delivery systems in Paris
P. Launay
IFSTTAR, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3D - Consolidation and Sharing Space  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Potential for transition to non-motorised transport in a developing context: Case of Lima, Peru
D.R. Oviedo Hernandez*, A. Ortegon
University College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3B - Sustainability  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Potential impacts of the removal of the senior free ride scheme in Seoul: An analysis using an activity-based travel simulator
C.H. Joh*, J.H. Hwang, S. Cho, A.R. Baek
Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS1, Activity-Travel Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Potentials for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and conversion of renewable energy for the regional transport market
A. Saighani*, C. Sommer
University of Kassel, Germany
Thursday,14 July 2016:  F2b - 5A - Climate Change in Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Potentials for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by inducing modal shift in long-distance travel
C.D. Van Goeverden*, B. Van Arem, R. Van Nes
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2D - Aviation and Climate Change  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Power relations in the development of bus rapid transit in Quito, Ecuador
A. Guzman*, I. Philips, G. Marsden, K. Lucas
Institute for Transport Studies, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H1 - 3B - Multimodal Transport Policy  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Prediction of arrival flow profile of transit stream on link
Z.P. Liu*1,2, K.P. Li1,2, Y. Ni2
1Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China, 2Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Preemptive goal programming based queue spillback control on oversaturated arterial
G. Liu, T.Z. Qiu*
University of Albberta, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Present and future: China's urban transportation development in the context of globalization
G. Wang1,2
1Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, China, 2Chinese Science Center of International Academy of Sciences for Europe and Asia, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Prof. Guangtao Wang, Former Minister of Ministry of Construction of the People's Republic of China, Adjunct Professor in Tongji University  -  09:40-10:10
09:40-10:10
Prestige Grant Paper 1: "Revenue management in road freight transport: Capacity control and dynamic request integration under profit maximization"
H. Braun
PhD Student, The University of Western Australia Business School, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
16:00-16:20
Prestige Grant Paper 2: "Car technologies and their impact on climate - A system dynamics approach"
J. J. Gómez Vilcheza
PhD Student, Institute for Industrial Production and Research School on Energy Scenarios (ESS), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
16:20-16:40
Prestige Grant Paper 3: "Transit signal priority model considering arterial progression and stochastic bus arrival time"
L. Tien Truonga
PhD Student, Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
16:40-17:00
Pricing Strategies for a Taxi-Hailing Platform
X.L. Wang
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Proactive sustainable university transportation? Marginal effects, intrinsic values and university students’ mode choice
J. Zhou
University of Queensland, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2D - Mode Choice  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Probability model of Hydrocarbon (HC) from motorcycle emissions
A.M. Mulyadi
Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Indonesia
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2C - Emissions and Health  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Procedural modeling of urban layout: Population, land use, and road network
X. Lyu*, Q. Han, B. Vries
Technology University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4D - Spatial Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Propulsion systems for 21st century rail
R. Isaac*, L. Fulton
University of California, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4B - Rail Engineering  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Psychological profiles of commuters in Cagliari
E. Sottile1, I. Meloni*1, E. Cherchi2
1University of Cagliari, Italy, 2Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Psychological traits to eco-friendly transportation systems: Latent class approach
Y.K. Bae*1, J.H. Kim2, J.H. Chung3
1Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, Republic of Korea, 2Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 3Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Public investment for port facilities using strategic model
K. Rungjang*1,2, T.M. Adams2
1Kasetsart University, Thailand, 2University of Wisconsin, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3D - Port Competitiveness  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Public transport policies, affordability and equity: Benefits' distribution of decommodification devices in Montevideo (Uruguay)
D. Hernandez
Universidad Catolica del Uruguay, Uruguay
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2C - Barriers of Affordability  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Pursuing precise vehicle movement trajectory in urban residential area using RTK multi-GNSS tracking
Q. Sun*, C. Xia, J. Foster, T. Falkmer, H. Lee
Curtin University, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D1 - 3A - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS3, Passive and Big Data Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Qualitative analysis for selection of bus priority techniques and operational strategies in the context of emerging countries
K. Bhattacharyya*1, B. Maitra1, M. Boltze2
1Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India, 2Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Quality analysis of a transport mode detection using fuzzy rules
A. Sauerländer-Biebl*, E. Brockfeld, D. Suske, E. Melde
German Aerospace Center, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3A - Non-motorized Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Quantification of the air transport industry socio-economic impact on regions heavily depended on tourism
D. Dimitriou*, J. Mourmouris, M. Sartzetaki
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4D - Evaluation of Passenger Transport System  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Quantifying dimensions of transportation diversity: A city-based comparative approach
P. Pareekh, S. Mitra*, B.B. Majumdar
IIT Kharagpur, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2C - Public Transport  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Quantifying transport network reliability based on probabilistic link volumes
S.T. Islam*1, G. Rose1, T. Liu2
1Monash University, Australia, 2South East University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3B - Travel Time, Reliability & Safety  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Quantitative analysis of interaction range in vehicular flows
M. Krbalek
Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2B - Traffic Flow Theory I  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Quantitative segmentation of fare evasion behaviours in Melbourne, Australia
A. Delbosc*, G. Currie
Monash University, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2B - Public Transport Fare  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Questions of governance: Rethinking the study of transportation policy
G. Marsden, L. Reardon*
University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3B - Challenging the Policy Cycle  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Queue length estimation at signalized intersection based on magnetic sensors by different layout strategies
H.J. Li*1,2, N. Chen3, L.Q. Qin2, L.M. Jia3, J. Rong1
1Beijing University of Technology, China, 2University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, 3Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4A - Signalized Intersection Control and Capacity Analysis  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Rail freight development in europe: How to deal with imperfect competition?
Y. Crozet
University of Lyon, France
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A3 - 5A - Rail Management (II)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Rail freight network in Europe: opportunities provided by re-launching the single wagonload system
P. Guglielminetti1, C. Piccioni2, G. Fusco2, R. Licciardello2, A. Musso*2
1PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory, Italy, 2“Sapienza” University of Rome, School of Engineering, DICEA, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3A - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (3) Subtitle: Macro & Micro Analysis for Freight Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Rail plus property development in China: The pilot case of Shenzhen
L.L. Xue*, W.L. Fang
WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, the World Resources Institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E3 - 3B - Transport Investments and Property Developments  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Rail station squares in Wuhan, China and London, UK: Incorporating node-place and user perspectives
N. Li
University College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
RailNet: A simulation model for operational planning of rail freight
G. Michal, N. Huynh, N. Shukla, A. Munoz, J. Barthelemy*
University of Wollongong, Australia
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A3 - 5A - Rail Management (II)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Railway rescheduling under adverse weather conditions on a single-track line
Y. Wang*, R. Liu, R. Kwan
University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4C - Rail Operations  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Railway shippers’ heterogeneous preferences with random parameters latent class model
L.D. Duan*, Q.P. Peng, Y.Y. Tang
Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A3 - 5A - Rail Management (II)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Rapid deployment of connected communication infrastructure on sudden-onset disasters
E. Berliner1,2, Y. Hadas*1, B. Benmoshe2
1Bar-Ilan University, Israel, 2Ariel University, Israel
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2C - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (2)  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Realizing the transport we want: What will it take?
J. Luis Irigoyen
World Bank, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  Mr. José Luis Irigoyen, Director, Transport & ICT Global Practice, World Bank, USA  -  09:10-09:40
09:10-09:40
Real-time traffic signal control for isolated intersections, using a car-following logic under connected vehicle environment
K. Chandan, A. Seco, A.M.C. Bastos Silva*
University of Coimbra, Portugal
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3B - Advanced Technologies for Signal Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Re-analyse the early stage American railway investment system from the land and private double-guided perspective: The drawbacks and warnings
X.Y. Lin*, Z.S. Kuang
School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3D - Rail  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Reclassification of urban road system: integrating three dimensions of mobility, activity and mode priority
B. Liu*1, L.L. Yan2, Z.W. Wang2
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4A - Urban Form  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Recovery measure of disruption in train operation in Tokyo metropolitan area
N. Hibino, O. Nagaoka*, S. Morichi, H. Ieda, N. Tomii
GRIPS, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G4 - 4A - Psychological Factors & Cognition  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Reducing dependency on special transport services through public transport
L. Hansson, J. Holmgren*
Molde University College - Specialized University in Logistics, Norway
Monday,11 July 2016:  D2 - 2C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS1, On Improving Convenience and Accessibility of Public Transport Services for Urban, Regional, and National Travel  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Re-examination of PV2 criteria for developing pedestrian crossing warrants
U. Jain*, R. Rastogi
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
Thursday,14 July 2016:  C2 - 5A - Traffic Control Involving Pedestrians and Bicycles  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Reforming tax system for sustainable transport infrastructure funding in KOREA
J.Y. Kim*, J.H. Kang
The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Regional clustering and agglomeration externalities of inland ports: A statistical analysis of Dutch inland ports
P.W. Witte2, B. Wiegmans*1, F. van Oort2, T. Spit2
1TU Delft, The Netherlands, 2Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4C - Regional Case Studies  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Regional transport planning in Melbourne (1985-2015): An analysis of process and outcomes
J. Stone1, J. Dodson2, Y. Kirk2, I. Jones*3
1University of Melbourne, Australia, 2RMIT University, Australia, 3University of Leeds, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2C - National Transport Policy 2  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Relation between public transportation service based on awareness and migration in Japan
A. Kondo*1, A. Kondo2
1Shikoku University, Japan, 2Tokushima University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Relative influences of immigrant perceptions and attitudes on travel choice
J.M. Barajas
UC Berkeley, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3D - Mobility Practices  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Reliability analysis of centralized versus decentralized zoning strategies for paratransit services
W. Lu*1, L. Quadrifoglio1, M. Petrelli2
1Texas A&M University, USA, 2Roma Tre University, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3B - Public Transport (4)  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Reliability analysis on railway transport chain
R. Zhang, L. Li*, W. Jian
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4C - Freight Network Analysis and Design  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Renegotiation of transportation Public-Private Partnerships (P3s): The U.S. Experience
J. Gifford*, N. Daito, L. Bolaños, M. Transue
George Mason University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2B - Public-Private Partnership Assessment  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Research of flight delay propagations effects based on Copula function
W.W. Wu*, C.L. Wu, S.P. Qiu
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Research on driver physiological load at the lowest point of city river-crossing tunnels
D.S. Feng*, F. Chen, X.D. Pan
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Research on high-speed train stopping patterns optimization combination based on passenger transfer efficiency
H. Wencheng*1, S-H. Bin1, F. Huiling2, H. Jiangheng3
1Southwest Jiaotong University, China, 2Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 3Kunming Railway Bureau, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A3 - 3D - High Speed (I)  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Research on individual  carbon dioxide emissions of commuting  in peri-urban area of metropolitan cities--an empirical study in Shanghai
P. Wei*1, H.X.P. Pan1
1Wuhan Land Use and Urban Spatial Planning Research Center, China, 2Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
Research on joint optimization for green vehicle schedule and route problem with time-varying speeds
D.Z. Zhang1, H.Y. Gong*1, S.Y. Li2, R.Z. He1
1Central South University, China, 2Central South University of Forestry and Technology, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4B - Urban Freight Collect/Delivery Models  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Research on operation characteristics of car sharing service stations: A case study of 'Chefenxiang' car sharing program in Hangzhou
Y. Hui, M.T. Ding*, C. Qian, W. Wang, Q. Xu
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4D - New Mobilities  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Research on phenomenon of urban regeneration and optimization of land-use around light rail transit in Nanhai district of Foshan city
J.W. Huang*1, Y. Xu2, C.F. Wang2, L. Xiong2, J. Hai1
1Guangdong University of Technology, China, 2South China University of Technology, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Research on the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram for Shanghai urban expressway network
X.S. Shi*, H.F. Lin et al
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Research on users' frequency of ride in Shanghai Minhang bike-sharing system
Y. Tang*1, H.X. Pan2, Y.B. Fei3
1Zhejiang University, China, 2Tongji University, China, 3University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4B - Bicycle Policy  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Responses of drivers and motorcyclists to congestion charge
Y.C. Chiou*, C. Fu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Monday,11 July 2016:  E2 - 2B - Transport Pricing in Practice  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Restructuring of South Africa’s port pricing strategy
S. Gumede*, M. Chasomeris
University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4A - Port networks  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Rethinking public private partnerships: An unbundling approach
S. Garg*1, S. Garg2
1Indian Institute of Management Indore, India, 2George Mason University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3A - Partnerships and Governance Innovations  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Review of driving performance parameters critical for distracted driving research
P. Papantoniou*, E. Papadimitriou, G. Yannis
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2D - Road Safety  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Review of mobility planning in Indian cities
D. Jain*, G. Tiwari
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4D - Planning and Policy (2)  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Risk analysis and high speed rail projects in france: The impacts of an expected economic slowdown
T. Limon*1,2, Y. Crozet1
1University of Lyon, France, 2Ministry of Transport, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4A - Evaluation of Railway Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Risk analysis on level crossings using a causal Bayesian network based approach
C. Liang*1,2, M. Ghazel2,1, E.M. El-Koursi2,1, O. Cazier4,1
1Institut de Recherche Technologique Railenium, France, 2IFSTTAR-COSYS/ESTAS, France, 3University Lille 1, France, 4SNCF Réseau, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4D - Traffic Safety Modelling II  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Risk assessment model of bottlenecks for urban expressways using survival analysis approach
L.Y. Zheng*, Y.T. Chang
Tongji university, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Risk factors associated with crashes involving three wheelers in Sri Lanka
N. Amarasingha
Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Sri Lanka
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Road charging in multi-level-systems - National decisions under consideration of the EU-level from a political economic view
S. Krause*, M. Nofz, T. Peters
University Bremen, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Road diet conversions: Considerations and guidance
N. Stamatiadis*, A. Kirk
University of Kentucky, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2C - Highway Capacity and Traffic Flow Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Road freight transport outsourcing trend in Europe - what we really know about it?
D. Stojanovic
University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (1) Subtitle: Management Concepts for Freight Transport  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Road infrastructure charging for heavy good vehicles: Impact assessment of European scale policies
C. de Stasio, S. Maffii*, A. Martino et al
TRT Trasporti e Territorio, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3A - Freight  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Road safety analysis using multi criteria approach: A case study in India
K. Shalini*, R.A. Ruchika Agarwala, D. Bhupali Dutta, N. Pooja N.Bhanegaonkar, A.P. Ajit Pratap Singh, A.K. Sarkar
Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Road safety awareness and comprehension of road signs from international tourist's perspectives: A case study of Thailand
K. Choocharukul*, K. Sriroongvikrai
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2D - Decision-making and Partenrships  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Road safety data and information availability and priorities in south-east European regions
A. Laiou1, E. Papadimitriou1, G. Yannis*1, A. Milotti2
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2ALOT s.c.a.r.l. - Agency of East Lombardy for Transport and Logistics, Italy
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4C - Participatory Planning and Governance  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Road traffic accidents in India: Issues and challenges
S.K. Singh
Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2C - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -2  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Roadside infrastructure planning scheme for the urban vehicular networks
L.X. Xue2, Y.C. Yang*1,3, D.C. Dong1,3
1Tongji University, China, 2Tongji Architectural Design(Group) Co.,Ltd, China, 3The Cooperative Centre for Maglev and Rail Transit Operation Control System, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C1 - 3D - Urban Transport Planning  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Route choice modeling with Support Vector Machine
B.R. Sun*, B.B. Park
University of Virginia, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C3 - 3B - ITS Modelling  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Rural accessibility mapping in the South African context
M.J.W.A. Vanderschuren, S.R. Phayane, J.L. Baufeldt*
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4B - Land Use, Access, Location Choice  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Safety assessment of a turbo-roundabout and a two-lane roundabout using a multivariate exact logistic regression of surrogate measures, microsimulation and Surrogate Safety Assessment Model
L.A. Bulla-Cruz*, L. Lyons, E. Darghan
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4A - Urban Traffic Safety  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Safety Evaluation of Combined Alignments of Freeway: A Driving Simulator Study
J. Liu*, X.S. Wang
Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2D - Highway Safety I  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Scale forecast method for regional highway network based on BPNN-MOP
H. Yang*, X. Li, B. Wu
Tongji University Key Laboratory of Road and Traffic Engineering of Ministry of Education, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4A - Modelling 1  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Scenario analysis of the energy transport demand, CO2 emission forecast and reduction strategies of Jakarta megacity, Indonesia
A. Sodri*, I. Garniwa, R.H. Koestoer
University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4B - Urban Transport and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Scenario tree dependent airline fleet planning
M.G.J. Repko, B.F. Santos*
TU Delft, The Netherlands
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2D - Airline Demand Estimation  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Secondary airport network connectivity: Gravity modelling air transport demand within multi-airport systems
D.W. Alexander*, R. Merkert
University of Sydney, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Sensation seeking behavior and crash involvement of Indian bus drivers
A. Verma*1, N. Chakroborty2, S. Velmurugan2, P. Bhat1, D. Kumar1
1Indian Institute of Science, India, 2Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -1  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Sensitivity analysis for degradable urban traffic network based on stochastic dynamic traffic assignment model
X. Ji*, C. Shao, B. Wang
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3A - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -4  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Service gap analysis of public buses in Bangalore with respect to women safety
M. Verma1, M. Manoj2, N. Rodeja3, A. Verma*2
1M.S.Ramaiah Institute of Managment, India, 2Indian Institute of Science, India, 3CEPT University, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2D - Vulnerable Social Groups  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Shandong province road freight structure situation analysis and development strategies
C.D. Chen*, R.H. Zhang, L.J. Fan
Shandong University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
Share ratio change of public transport in airport landside under the background of car population rapid increase-a case of Shanghai Pudong international airport
J. Fu*1, H-F. Lin1, Y-D. Niu2, S-Z. He2
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Airport (Group) Co., Ltd, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4A - Airport Capacity and Planning  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Ship emission reduction effect evaluation of air pollution control countermeasures
B. Qiao*, W. He, Y. Tian, Y. Liu, O. Cai, Y. Li
China Waterborne Transport Research Institute, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4D - Sustainable Transport II  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Shipper strategies for coping with slow-steaming in deep sea container shipping 
C. Finnsgård*2, J. Kalantari4, V. Roso3, J. Woxenius1, Z. Raza1
1University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2SSPA, Sweden, 3Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 4Swedish Maritime Administration, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3A - Shipping Fleet  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Shipping enterprise performance evaluation under uncertainty base on multiple-criteria evidential reasoning approach
T.T.B. Bao*, X.L.X. Xie, P.Y.L. Long
Dalian Maritime University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Shipping innovation elicited from digitization and datification
M. Lambrou
University of the Aegean, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3B - Maritime Cluster  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Short sea shipping: A statistical analysis of influencing factors on SSS in European countries
G. Van Den Bos, B. Wiegmans*
TU Delft, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4C - Maritime Networks  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Short-term, long-term, and non-linear effects of gasoline prices on transit ridership in ten US urbanized areas, using fixed effects panel data analysis
H. Iseki*, R. Ali
University of Maryland College Park, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4A - Pricing  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Should upstream merger be regulated in a railway system with monopolistic operator
G. Xie
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4D - Rail Management (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Signal setting rules under the tandem sorting strategy considering storage and green split constraints
S.M. Gaspay*, T. Oguchi, K. Wada, M. Asano-Iryo
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3D - Signal Control Modeling and Performance  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Signal timing estimation based on low frequency floating car data
S. Axer*, B. Friedrich
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3D - Signal Control Modeling and Performance  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Simulating and calibrating departure time models: A multi-agent simulation-based optimization approach
C. Xiong*, B. Peng
University of Maryland, USA
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session B  -  10:15-11:15
10:45-11:15
Simulation the bi-directional pedestrian's movement on stairs considering specifications of personal space
M.W. Liu*1, L. Chu3, J.Y. Yan3, S.M. Wang1, Y. Oeda3, T.N. Sumi2 et al
1shanghai ocean university, China, 2kyushu university, Japan, 3SINGAMAS CONTAINER HOLDINGS LIMITED(shanghai), China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2C - Pedestrian Safety II  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Simulation-based assessment of impact of large-scale retail store onto regional traffic and its management
H. Fujii, T. Kanou, H. Uchida*, S. Yoshimura
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Small but sustainable? An appraisal framework for small-scale mobility measures
J. Bulckaen, I. Keseru, G. te Boveldt*, C. Macharis
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4B - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS6, Tours  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Small container terminal modeling: Case study - South Adriatic ports
B. Dragovic*1, R. Mestrovic1, S. Papadimitriu2
1University of Montenegro, Montenegro, 2University of Piraeus, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3D - Port Competitiveness  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Smartcard data, bus commuting and policy scenarios: A case study of Beijing
J. Zhou*, Y. Long
University of Queensland, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3A - Urban Transit and Paratransit  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Smartphone based forward collision warning messages in work zones to enhance safety and reduce emissions
F. Qiao*, R. Rahman, Q. Li, L. Yu
Texas Southern University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2D - Road Safety  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Social exclusion related to mobility in urban area
H. Inoi*1, M. Nishiwaki2, K. Doi1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2West Japan Railway Company, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2D - Vulnerable Social Groups  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Social sustainability and smart mobility : Exploring the relations
J.F. Jeekel
Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3B - Measuring Equity  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
South Asia's container ports: A comprehensive performance assessment
M. Herrera Dappe*, A. Suarez-Aleman
The World Bank, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4D - Regional Roads and Logistics in Developing Countries  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Space consumption of transport according to their speed
F. Heran
University of Lille, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3A - Traffic and Safety  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Spatial analysis of highway work zone crashes in India
S. Gupta, G. Tiwari*
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Spatial and demographic sub-markets informing preferences for electric vehicles in Canada
C.D. Higgins*, M. Mahmoud, M.R. Ferguson, P.S. Kanaroglou
McMaster University, Canada
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS7, Spatial and Temporal Dimensions  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Spatial dimensions of e-shopping in France
B. Motte-Baumvol1, C. Belin-Munier1, L. Belton-Chevallier2, L. Dablanc*2, E. Morganti3
1University of Bourgogne, France, 2IFSTTAR University of Paris-East, France, 3ParisTech, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS7, Spatial and Temporal Dimensions  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Spatial distribution of urban trips in recently expanded Surat city through Fuzzy Logic with various clustering Techniques: A case study of typical metropolitan city in India
P.S. Salini1, D. Sowjanya1, A. Kedia*1, K. Saw2, B.K. Katti1
1S V National Institute of Technology, India, 2Institute of Urban Transport, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS7, New Conceptual Models and Methods for Emerging Travel Contexts  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Spatial patterns of landside trade impedance in containerized South American exports
K.C. Tiller, J.C. Thill*
University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4D - Regional Roads and Logistics in Developing Countries  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Spatial patterns of logistics facilities in Gothenburg, Sweden
A. Heitz*1, L. Dablanc1,2, J. Olsson2, I. Sanchez3, J. Woxenius2
1IFSTTAR Univ of Paris East, France, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 3Chalmers University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2B - Logistics Sprawl Case Studies and Indicators  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Spatiotemporal distribution of the effect of high speed railway on urban growth - A spatial panel data study on China's prefecture-level city
H.C. Li*, S. Hu, T. Linda, L. Liu
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1-SS1: High Speed Railway and its Economic Implications  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Speed control measures on Indian roads: Effectiveness, design deficiencies and driver perceptions
S.K. Annam1, B. Maitra1, M. Boltze2, J.R. Sarkar*3
1Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, 2Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 3JR Sarkar and Associates, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2C - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -2  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Speed vs relocations for which accessibility ? the case of the ring of sciences in Lyon
C. Genre-Grandpierre*1, S. Gueye1, A. Mercier2, N. Ovtracht2, C. Sahuc1
1University of Avignon, France, 2LET, France
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G3 - 5A - Planning and Policy (3)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Spillover effects of China’s railway transportation on industries
Y.D. Zhou*, X.Y. Ou, Y.M. Hu et al
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4A - Evaluation of Railway Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Stakeholder's perception about solutions to urban goods distribution: Exploratory study in Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
L.K. Oliveira*, G.F. Oliveira
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2C - Stakeholder Perceptions  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
State aids to regional airports: A two-sided market analysis
E. Malavolti*1,2, F. Marty3
1TSE, France, 2ENAC, France, 3CNRS-Sofia Antipolis, France
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A1 - 5A - Government and Regulatory Issues  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
State of the art of multimodal macroscopic transport modeling
J. Schlaich, U. Heidl, H. Li* et al
PTV Group, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Stated preference survey design to understand how freight users value travel time reliability
K. Shams1, X. Jin*1, M. Hossan1, H. Asgari1, R. Fitzgerald2
1Florida International University, USA, 2Florida Department of Transportation, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  D1 - 2D - Data Collection and Processing Methods D1-OS2, Combining Survey Modes and Data Sources  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Stated versus revealed residential location choices in response to job resettlement to new towns: A case study of Kunming, China
X. Yang1, J. Day1, C. Langford2, C. Cherry2, L. Jones3, S.S. Han*1
1The University of Melbourne, Australia, 2University of Tennessee, USA, 3Valdosta State University, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS8, Location, Travel, Active Travel  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Stochastic tolling to achieve long-run system optimum under tolerance-based probabilistic user equilibrium
B.K. Bhavathrathan, G.R. Patil*
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Strategic mixed inventory location model: Formulation and application
M. Orozco*1,2, V. Cantillo1, P. Miranda3
1Universidad de la Costa, Colombia, 2Universidad del Norte, Colombia, 3Universidad Católica del Valparaíso, Chile
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4C - Freight Network Analysis and Design  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Strategy for China intercity-railway operation management model based on varied investors
L.X. Zhou*, F.L. Wang
Tongji University Zhejiang College, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Structural comparison and enlightenment for regional rails in metropolitan area
J. Jiang*, J.H. Song, Y. Shao
Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3D - Economic Development  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Study job accessibility of affordable housing residents: A case study of Beijing
C. Zhang*1, J. Man2
1Beiing Jiaotong University, China, 2Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G5 - 5A - Planning and Policy (4)  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Study of acceleration-deceleration behavior of various vehicle types in India
P.S. Bokare1, A.K. Maurya*2
1RSR Rungta College of Engineering and Technology, India, 2Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -1  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Study of car ownership behaviour in rural and urban areas of India
R. Choudhary*, V. Vasudevan
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4A - Modelling 1  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Study of inter-vehicular lateral gaps in mixed traffic stream with weak lane-discipline
A.K. Budhkar*, A.K. Maurya
IIT Guwahati, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3D - Traffic and Safety Policy  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Study of rainfall impacts on freeway traffic flow characteristics
Y.Q. Wang*1, J. Luo1
1Chang'an University, China, 2CCCC First Highway Consultants Co.,Ltd, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Study of the hybrid logistics requirements of newspapers and e-commerce products in Brazil
F. Sousa
Universidade do Vale dos Sinos - Unisinos, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B1 - 4B - Decision Frameworks and Network Design in Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Study on effects of "2 + 1" lane highway in cold, snowy regions
K. Munehiro*, T. Takada, T. Ishida
CERI, PWRI, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2C - Highway Capacity and Traffic Flow Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Study on function evaluation and development directions of Chinese ports
Q.P. Yang*, J.L. Wu
Waterborne Transportation Institute, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4A - Port networks  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Study on pedestrian crossing capacity models at signalized intersections in typical commercial area
B. Li*, J.X. Cao
Inner Mongolia University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Study on the adaptive traffic signal control based on traffic information collected from GPS probe data
N. Srisakda*, A. Fukuda, T. Ishizaka
College of Science and Technology, Nihon University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2D - Transportation Model  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Study on the characteristics of travel time based on the method of wavelet decomposition
J.Y. Jiang*, X.F. Shi, T.C. Zhang
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3B - Travel Time, Reliability & Safety  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Study on the features of the evolution processes and business models of global enterprises in the transport sector
N. Hiroyuki
Transport Researcher, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3A - Partnerships and Governance Innovations  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Study on the optimization of collection and distribution system of freight hub ports: Illustrated by the case of shanghai international shipping center, China
X. Zhou*1,2, X.H. Chen1, L.N. Shao1
1Tongji University, China, 2Shanghai Urban Planning and Design Research Institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B5 - 3B - Port and Hhinterland Freight Models  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Study on traffic strategy in metropolitan renewal area
X.Y. Lv*1,2, H.X. Pan1
1College of architecture and urban planning tongji university, China, 2Shanghai urban planning and design research institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Study on train headway in different turning-back mode of urban mass transit station
W.G. Wang*1,2, L.H.X. Liu2, Z.X.Q. Zeng1
1Tongji University, China, 2CASCO signal limited company, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
Studying of parking charges at park and ride facilities in Izmir, Turkey
Y. Alver*, I. Balgabayeva
Ege University, Turkey
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Subsidizing and regulating public transit firms considering costly public funds
Y. Sun1, Q. Guo*1,2, P. Schonfeld1, Z. Li1
1University of Maryland, USA, 2Sun Yat-sen University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2D - Public Transport Regulation  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Substitute bus services initiation under metro system disruption
S.Y. Zhang, H.K. Lo*
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3D - Public Transport  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Substitution patterns in multiple discrete-continuous generalized extreme value model for household transportation expenditures
X. Ye*1, A. Pinjari1
1Tongji University, China, 2University of South Florida, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D2 - 3D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS4, Emerging Methods and New Applications in Travel-Related Analysis  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Sum-up and Closing
Y. Hayashi
WCTRS President, Chubu University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  SST-05: WCTRS PhD Students’ Grants (Y-II Ed 2) Session - Chaired by Yoshi Hayashi  -  15:30-17:10
17:00-17:10
Supply-chain-structure-effects – drivers of freight transport demand
O. Ottemöller1, H. Friedrich*2
1Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 2Kühne Logistics University, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  B5 - 2B - Freight Generation and Supply Chains  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Supply-side network effects on mobile-source emissions
R. Shah*1, N. Nezamuddin2, M.W. Levin3
1CDM Smith Inc., USA, 2Valparaiso University, USA, 3The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4B - Urban Transport and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Survey of detection techniques, mathematical models and simulation software in pedestrian dynamics
C. Caramuta, G. Collodel, C. Giacomini*, C. Gruden, G. Longo, P. Piccolotto
Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3A - Non-motorized Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Sustainable mobility in small, medium and large cities
O.P. Lah*, S. Shrestha, H. Hueging et al
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4B - Urban Transport and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Sustainable road transport in the european union: A benchmarking study
Y. Shen*, E. Hermans, G. Wets
Hasselt University, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2c - 3D - Sustainable Transport System I  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Sustainable transport development in mega cities by transferring new mobility concepts to developing countries
S. Metz, A. Sohr*, X. Bei, M. Wölki, M. Behrisch
German Aerospace Center, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2C - Urban Mobility  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Synchronized and coordinated schedule optimization for urban rail transit
Z.C. Cao*, Z.Z. Yuan, S.L. Zhang, D.W. Li
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Systematization of information related to events on expressway
M.T. Takizawa1, H.T. Takahashi*2, K.Y. Yamamoto3, K.T. Tago4, H.O. Oshima4
1Takushoku University, Japan, 2Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya Co., Ltd., Japan, 3Central Nippon Expressway Co. Ltd., Japan, 4Nagoya Electric Works Co. Ltd., Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4B - Traffic Management Considering Driver Behavior and Information  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Tariff analysis of trans metro bandung (TMB) under ATP, WTP, and society travel behaviour
A. Hayati*1, P. Pradono1, H. Purboyo1
1Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, 2Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Technical and economical evaluation of E-ticketing in Tehran bus network
H. Alenoori2,1, B. Mirbaha*2,1, N. Amirpashaei1
1Tarahan Parseh Research Institute, Iran, 2Imam Khoemeini International University, Iran
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4C - Evaluation of Road Projects and their Impact  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Technical development through construction of Hokuriku Shinkansen(From Nagano to Kanazawa)
Y. Sasaki*, K. Yoshioka, S. Makiyama, H. Asami
JRTT, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A3 - 3D - High Speed (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Technical obstacles to the adoption of electric vans by French and British transport operators
E. Morganti*1, M. Browne2
1Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, France, 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Thursday,14 July 2016:  B4 - 5A - Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels and Cargo Bikes  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Temporal shift in willingness-to-pay for an emerging nation: A case study of rural feeder service to bus stop
B. Satishkumar1, B. Maitra*1, S.S. Das1
1Rajib Gandhi University of Knowledge and Technology, India, 2IIT Kharagpur, India, 3Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS4, Discrete Choice Models  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Temporary restoration project of BRT instead of restoring railways on Tsunami-hit regions by the Great East Japan Earthquake
T. Nagai*1, Y. Kumamoto1, Y. Yamaguchi1, Y. Ooguchi1, Y. Sumita2
1East Japan Railway Company, Japan, 2JR East Consultants Company, Japan
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G2 - 5A - Bus Safety - CO2  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Testing the boundaries between the Basel and Marpol regimes
M.G. Argüello
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4B - Shipping safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
The access as a determinant variable on residential location choice of low-income households in Bogotá
J.P. Bocarejo, L.A. Guzmán*, I.J. Portilla, D.F. Meléndez, A.M. Gómez, C.I. Rivera
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4B - Land Use, Access, Location Choice  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
The analysis of space use around the Shanghai metro stations using dynamic data from mobile applications
Z. Ye*1,4, Z. Wu1, Y. Chen2, L. Zhang3
1Tongji University, China, 2Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute, China, 3Tianhua Urban Planning & Design Ltd., China, 4East China Architecture Design&Research Institute, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2B - Spatial Development  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
The application of integrated multimodal metropolitan transportation model in urban redevelopment for developing countries
Y. Wang*1, S. Mishra1, X. Ye2, L. Li1, B. Wu1
1Tongji University, China, 2University of Memphis, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2D - Transportation Model  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
The assessment of national logistics systems: A text analytics approach for assessing system complexity
A. Kinra*, R. Mukkamala, R. Vatrapu
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3A - Assessment and Evaluation of Logistics Systems  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
The attitudes of tourists towards a bus service: Implications for policy from a Maltese case study
T. Bajada*, H. Titheridge
University College London, UK
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G3 - 5A - Planning and Policy (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
The berth allocation and quay crane assignment integration optimal research based on multi-objective particle swap optimization algorithm
J.X. Cao*, R.D. Wang
Inner Mongolia University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4D - Port Optimisation  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
The Brisbane BRT Network in Australia: When and how much has this added to residential land values?
C. Mulley*1, L. Ma1, B. Sampeio1
1University of Sydney, Australia, 2Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G5 - 5A - Planning and Policy (4)  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
The changing decision-making narratives in 25 years of Trans-European transport network policies
A. Aparicio
Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3B - Challenging the Policy Cycle  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
The choice between plug-ins, hybrids and the status quo: Evidence from a Canadian stated preference analysis
M. Ferguson, M. Mahmoud*, C. Higgins, P. Kanaroglou
McMaster University, Canada
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4A - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS5, Latent Variable Models and Applications  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
The Competitiveness between the Sea Ports in the Hamburg - Le Havre range and the Mediterranean Ports under the influence of the upcoming installment of the ECA-zone
E. van Hassel*, H. Meersman, E. Van de Voorde, T. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A2 - 4A - Port networks  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
The comprehensive urban development plan for greater Kumasi: Challenges of freight and logistic operations
S. Bawa1
1Ghana Institution of Engineers, Ghana, 2Institution of Highways & Transportation Engineers, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3A - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (3) Subtitle: Macro & Micro Analysis for Freight Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
The concentration distribution of exposures to particulate air pollution on different road sections
H. Hu*, T. Li, X. Chen
iangsu Key Southeast University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F1b - 4B - Air Pollution  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
The concept of “Shared Responsibility”: a variant approach to congestion pricing
P. Matos Martins1, R. Macário*2,3
1Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa (ISEL), Portugal, 2Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Portugal, 3Transportes, Inovação e Sistemas (TIS.pt), Portugal
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4A - Pricing  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
The construction of complex railway stations in Megalopolises --Based on Shanghai railway station
Y. Kai*, H. Gangyu
College of Urban Planning of Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
The conundrum of the motorcycle in the mix of sustainable urban transport
P. Jittrapirom*1,3, H. Knoflacher1, M. Mailer2
1Vienna University of Technology, Austria, 2Unit for Intelligent Transport Systems, University of Innsbruck, Austria, 3Radboud University, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4D - Motorcycle and Parking Management  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
The difference between reported and real-world CO2 emissions: How much improvement can be expected by WLTP introduction?
G. Fontaras*, B. Ciuffo, N. Zacharof, S. Tsiakmakis, A. Marotta, J. Pavlovic, K. Anagnostopoulos
Institute for Energy and Transport, Italy
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G2 - 5A - Bus Safety - CO2  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
The different dimensions of job accessibility - A case study in Belgium
L. Bakelants*, A. Verhetsel
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
The difficult phases for automated driving ; a societal focus on the implementation challenge
J.F. Jeekel*, C.J.T. van de Weijer
Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4B - Car Travel  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
The discussion of system optimism and user equilibrium in traffic assignment with the perspective of game theory
C. Wang, Y.Q. Tang*
Tongji University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
The e-commerce parcel delivery market: Developing a model for comparing home B2C deliveries vs pick-up points
T. Vanelslander, I.D. Cardenas*, W. Dewulf
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B5 - 4B - Urban Freight Collect/Delivery Models  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
The effect of accessibility on aged people's use of long-term care service
K. Sasaki*1, Y. Aihara2, K. Yamasaki3
1University of Yamanashi, Japan, 2Kobe City College of Nursing, Japan, 3Value Management Institute, Inc., Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2D - Vulnerable Social Groups  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The effect of accident history and socio-economic groups to Indonesian driver behaviour
L.S. Putranto*, A.A. Chandra
Tarumanagara University, Indonesia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Developments in Road Traffic Safety  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
The effect of transportation on tourism promotion: Literature review on application of Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Model
N.V. Truong*, T. Shimizu
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2D - Transportation Model  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
The effectiveness of applying dynamic lane grouping strategy at all approaches of isolated signalized intersections
W.K. Alhajyaseen*1, M.M. Najjar2, N.T. Ratrout2, K.J. Assi2
1Qatar University, Qatar, 2King Fahd University for Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
The effects of a tradable credits scheme on travel demand: A household utility based approach incorporating travel money and travel time budgets
M. Xu*1, L. Mussone2, S. Grant-Muller3
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 3University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
The effects of airline's sustainable marketing on relationship quality and customer loyalty
K-C. Hu*1, F. Yen1, M-Y. Lu2
1Soochow University, Taiwan, 2Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2c - 3D - Sustainable Transport System I  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
The effects of land use on passengers' trip chaining decisions
P. Wen*1, P. Zhao1, M.B. Bell2, A. Namdeo2
1Peking University, China, 2Newcastle University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4B - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS6, Tours  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
The effects of road, driver, and passenger presence on drivers' choice of speed: A driving simulator study
A. Goralzik*, M. Vollrath
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4A - Urban Traffic Safety  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
The efficiency of noise mitigation measures at European airports
G. Alonso*, A. Benito, L. Boto
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4D - External Impacts from Aviation  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
The evaluation of curb parking charge management policy in Shenzhen
G.L. Lv*, F. Tian, Y. Lu
Shenzhen Urban Transportation Planning Center, China
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G5 - 5A - Planning and Policy (4)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
The evolution of private public partnerships (PPP) for transport projects delivery in Greece: Success stories in recession
A. Roumboutsos, P. Moraiti*, I. Karousos, S. Kapros, K. Trapali
University of the Aegean, Greece
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2B - Public-Private Partnership Assessment  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
The evolution of rural school transportation in Brazil
W. Carvalho*1, P. Leite2, Y. Yamashita3
1Federal University of Goiás, Brazil, 2Setransp, Brazil, 3University of Brasília, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4D - Logistics, Scenarios, and Facilities  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The evolution of urban transport policy from car-based to people-based cities: Is this development path universally applicable?
P.M. Jones
UCL, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4C - Planning and Policy (1)  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
The geography of warehousing in Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
L.K. Oliveira*1, O.R. Santos1, R.A.A. Nóbrega1, L. Dablanc2
1Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil, 2IFSTTAR/Université Paris-Est, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2B - Logistics Sprawl Case Studies and Indicators  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
The governance of surface transportation in the 21st Century: VDOT institutional responses to environmental changes
J.L. Gifford*1, L. Bolanõs1, M. Transue1, J.Y. Kweun1, N. Daito2
1George Mason University, USA, 2Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
The HSR competition in Italy: How are the regulatory design and practices concerned?
C. Desmaris1, F. Croccolo*2, A. Patuelli3 et al
1University of lyon - LET, France, 2Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, Italy, 3University of Pisa, Italy
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2C - Railways Regulation  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
The impact of accessibility and urban form on young adults model choice: Searching for the missing factors 
P. Bonnel1, C. Bayart*2, L. Bouzouina1
1LET-ENTPE, France, 2SAF, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4D - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS8, Trade-off Analysis in Transport Mode and Route Choice  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The impact of aircraft takeoff thrust setting on NOX emissions
G. Koudis, J. Hu, A. Majumdar, R. North, M. Stettler*
Imperial College London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session - TA-A  -  13:30-15:10
The impact of attitudes and perceptions on high speed rail usage uptake in Taiwan and the Shanghai area
Y-T. Li*1, J-D. Schmöcker1, D. Zhang2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Dalian University of Technology, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS3, Rail vs Other Modes  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
The impact of distance and national transportation system on FDI and trade patterns: Results from South Asia
T. Halaszovich1, A. Kinra*2
1University of Bremen, Germany, 2Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4D - Regional Roads and Logistics in Developing Countries  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The impact of light-rail development on quality of life in a low-density built environment – the case study of Canberra, Australia
H. Nakanishi*1, K. Nakamura2, M. Kii2
1University of Canberra, Australia, 2Kagawa University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2C - Life choice  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
The impact of maritime freight rates and the oil price on the demand for air freight
F. Kupfer, H. Meersman, E. Onghena*, E. Van de Voorde
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3D - Multi-Modal Issues and Logistics Management  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
The impact of mass transit on public security - A study of bay area rapid transit in San Francisco
D. Wang
Shanghai Jiguang College, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2C - Public Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
The impact of mixed land-use on  on residents' travel energy consumption: New evidence from Beijing
M.Z. Zhang*, P.J. Zhao
Peking University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4B - Urban Transport and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
The impact of new Shinkansen lines(Tohoku Shinkansen( Hachinohe - Shin-Aomori ) and Kyusyu Shinkansen( Hakata - Shin-Yatsushiro ))
Y. Kojima*, T. Matsunaga, S. Yamaguchi
Japan Railway Construction, Transport and Technology Agency, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A3 - 3D - High Speed (I)  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
The impact of public space on walking behavior in the old city center in Beijing
S.M. Ma*, Y.W. Wang, P.Z. Zhao
Peking University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
The impact of rainfall on classified traffic volume on an urban arterial in India
P. Sahu1, S. Malika1, G. Patil*2, S. Sharma3, H-J. Roh4
1Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, India, 2Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India, 3University of Regina, Canada, 4City of Regina, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -6  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
The impact of systematic retroreflection testing of road markings on their visibility
A. Scukanec, D. Babic*, D. Babic
Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, Croatia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
The impact of urban morphology on urban transportation mode
H.Y. Zhou*, H.W. Gao
Beijing JiaoTong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3A - Travel Mode  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
The impact of very large container ships on the seaborne trade to and from China
J.H.E. Taplin*2, X. Shi1, M. Qiu2
1Shanghai Maritime University, China, 2University of Western Australia, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3A - Shipping Fleet  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
The impacts of Civil airport layout to Yunnan local tourism industry
H.Y. Jian*1,2, H.X. Pan1, G. Xiong2,1, X.R. Lin1 et al
1Tongji university, China, 2Kunming urban planning & design institute, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4D - External Impacts from Aviation  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
The importance of external costs for assessing the potential of trams and trains for urban freight distribution
K. De Langhe
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session C  -  11:30-13:00
12:00-12:30
The improvement of passengers safety on board a cruise ships
S. Zamparelli1,2, M. Catalani*2, A. Scamardella2
1University of Molise, Italy, 2University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
Thursday,14 July 2016:  A2 - 5A - Cruising  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
The influence of built environment on perceived walkability and walking behaviour in Taiwan
C.P. Liu*, H. Titheridge
University College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3D - Walking and Cycling: Preferences, Behaviour and Safety  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The influence of intelligent road studs on safe driving behaviour at a spiral-marked roundabout
R. Llewellyn
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3D - Highway Safety II  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
The influence of parking facility characteristics on car drivers' departure time decisions
P. Van der Waerden1,2, D. Janssens2, A.N. Rodrigues da Silva*3
1Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Hasselt University, Belgium, 3University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
The integration of the social dimension of transport through local participatory planning in Montreal
G. Boisjoly*1, G.T. Yengoh2
1McGill University, Canada, 2Lund University, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
The Kingdom of the Bicycle: What Wuhan can learn from Amsterdam
G. Frame*, A. Ardila-Gomez, Y. Chen
World Bank, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H5 - 4B - Bicycle Policy  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
The Las Vegas monorail bankruptcy: Opportunistic behavior using non-profit entities in Public-Private Partnerships
J. Gifford*, L. Bolaños, M. Transue
George Mason University, USA
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2B - Public-Private Partnership Assessment  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
The link between economic growth and air transport in South Asia: Evidence from panel cointegration and error correction models
M.M. Hakim*, R. Merkert
The University of Sydney, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  A1 - 2D - Airline Demand Estimation  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
The location of logistic activities in metropolitan areas: An issue of urban planning? The case of Paris
A. Heitz*1, J. Debrie1,2
1IFSTTAR/SPLOTT, France, 2University of Pantheon-Sorbonne, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4D - Logistics Sprawl: Global Questions  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The measurement of China's Rail Transport Efficiency
T. Zhang*, C.H. Rong
School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
The mobility of the elderly people in the hilly and mountainous areas of the Toyota city
K. higuchi*, M. Fukumoto, R. Ando, M. Yamazaki
Toyota Transportation Research Institute, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3B - Public Transport (4)  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
The modeling of milk-run vehicle routing problem based onimproved C-W algorithm that joined time window
M.H. Huangmei*, S.J.Y. Yangjingshuai, T.M. Mateng, L.X.L. Lixiuli, T.W. Wangting et al
Chang'an university, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
The need for an elderly centred mobility policy
B. Aguiar*, R. Macário
Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2D - Vulnerable Social Groups  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
The optimalization of traffic flow management alternatives to improve road performance in Bali airport corridor
A. Putu Hermawati*, B. Isran Ramli
Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2D - Multimodal-based Traffic Control and Performance Measures  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
The oversea development of logistics companies and public policy in korea
T. LEE
The Korea Transport Institute, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-B  -  15:30-17:10
The paradox of land use and logistic settlements: Logistic sprawl and polarization in Colombian urban areas
J.P.B. Suescún, P.A.C. Daraviña*
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4D - Logistics Sprawl: Global Questions  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
The peak problem and fare reduction effect in Transmilenio system in Bogota
L.A. Guzman*1, C.A. Moncada2, A. Ochoa1
1Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2Universidad Nacional, Colombia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G3 - 2B - Public Transport Fare  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
The pleasure of driving as a constraint for leaving the car: Evidence from a hybrid choice model
A. Borriello*, S. Scagnolari, R. Maggi
Institute for Economic Research (IRE), Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS4, Discrete Choice Models  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
The Potential of Adelaide's proposed new public transit system Adelink to transform Adelaide into a Transit Oriented Metropolis
A.S. Allan
University of South Australia, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3D - Economic Development  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
The pricing responses of non-bag fee airlines to the use of bag fees in the US air travel market
L. Zou*, C.Y. Yu, D. Rhoades, B. Waguespack
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A1 - 3B - Revenue Sources in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
The probability to buy an electric vehicle - a cross-cultural study
T.L. Lieven
University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2c - 4B - Energy Technology  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
The relationship between free-flow travel speeds, infrastructure characteristics and accidents, on single-carriageway roads
V. Gitelman*1, E. Doveh2, S. Bekhor1
1Technion, Israel, 2Technion Statistical Laboratory, Israel
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3B - Traffic Safety Modelling I  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
The relationship between public transport and tourism in the small island state of Malta
M. Attard
University of Malta, Malta
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3A - Public Transport (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
The research of the hazard identification and risk assessment front of the vehicle based on machine vision
F.Y. Yang*1, H.S. Wan2, T.Z. Li1
1Southeast University, China, 2Kunming University of Science and Technology, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2D - Road Safety  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
The role of reporting mechanisms in transport policy implementation by local authorities in England
C. McTigue*, T. Rye, J. Monios
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4C - Planning and Policy (1)  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
The role of social network in mobility-related social exclusion—a case of migrant workers in Beijing
S. Li*, P. Zhao
Peking University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3D - Mobility Practices  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The role of supply chain collaboration on collaborative advantage and performance in maritime logistics
Y.J. Seo, J. Dinwoodie*, M. Roe
Plymouth University, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B1 - 3B - Organizational Issues and Interrelationships in Supply Chains and Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
The role of taxes in triggering change in corporate car fleets
V. Boutueil
Laboratoire Ville Mobilité Transport - Ecole des Ponts ParisTech / IFSTTAR / Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2B - Climate Change Policies  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
The significance of non-motorised transport interventions in South Africa - a rural and local municipality focus
M.M. Mokitimi*, M. Vanderschuren
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4B - Green Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
The situation awareness of young drivers, middle-aged drivers, and older drivers: Same but different?
B. Scott-Parker*, T. De Regt, C.M. Jones, J. Caldwell
University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3D - Highway Safety II  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
The study and comparison of diverging diamond interchange and clover leaf interchange by traffic simulation software AIMSUN
R. Moayedfar*1, S. Amirkhani1, S. Parasteh1
1Arak university, Iran, 2Islamic Azad University, South of Tehran branch, Iran, 3Islamic Azad University, South of Tehran branch, Iran
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
The system dynamics of funding and financing of transport infrastructure
A. Roumboutsos*1, A. Pantelias1
1University of the Aegean, Greece, 2University College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G2 - 4C - Modelling 2/Economy  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
The tale of two (very different) cities - mapping urban transport oil vulnerability of Brisbane and Hong Kong
A. Leung*, M. Burke, J. Cui
Griffith University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  F2b - 4B - Urban Transport and Climate Change  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
The TUM Accessibility Atlas as a tool for fostering decision making processes on sustainable mobility in the metropolitan region of Munich
B. Büttner*, G. Wulfhorst
Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4C - Participatory Planning and Governance  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Three strategies reducing accident rates at black spots and black sites road in Riau Province, Indonesia
A. Sandhyavitri*, S. Wiyono, Z. Zamri, S. Subiantoro
University of Riau, Indonesia
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2D - Highway Safety I  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Time headway analysis for four-lane and two-lane roads
S. Das, A.K. Maurya*
IIT Guwahati, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3A - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -4  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
To densify or not to densify? Mobility and urban life quality in a developing city
D.E. Páez, J.P. Bocarejo*, L.A. Guzmán, I.J. Portilla, D.F. Meléndez, A.A. Caviedes
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F2a - 3B - Sustainability  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Tourist accessibility management towards urban destinations
Y. Israeli
Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Israel
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G3 - 5A - Planning and Policy (3)  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Toward institutional model for integrated transport to support logistic system in Indonesia
N.B. Siswanto*, P. Pradono, M. Miharja
Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G2 - 3A - Freight  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Towards a liberalised European rail transport: Analysing and modelling the impact of competition on productive efficiency
E.B.T. Emmanuel*, Y.C. Yves
University of Lyon, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  E3 - 2C - Railways Regulation  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Towards a rail congestion formalization from a consumer perspective
M. Pérez Herrero1,2
1Universite Lyon 2, France, 2SNCF Reseau, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4D - Rail Management (I)  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Towards an integrated evaluation smoke or toxic gas dispersion and the pedestrian evacuation of subway station
Z. Qian*, B. Agnew, R. Palacin
Newcastle University, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G5 - 2B - Transport Security  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Towards an understanding of travel behavior impact of autonomous vehicles
J. Zmud*, I. Sener
Texas A&M Transportation Institute, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4C - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS7, New Conceptual Models and Methods for Emerging Travel Contexts  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Towards comprehensive port capacity investment valuation
M. Balliauw*, H. Meersman, E. Van de Voorde, T. Vanelslander
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Monday,11 July 2016:  A2 - 2B - Port Capacity  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Towards oversized high-speed rail systems? Some lessons from French and Spanish cases
P.D. Zembri*, E. Libourel
Université Paris-Est, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4A - High Speed (II)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Towards the development of quality standards for public transport services in developing countries: Analysis of public transport user's behavior
A.M. Ngoc*1, K.V. Hung2, V.A. Tuan3
1University of Transport and Communications, Viet Nam, 2National Traffic Safety Committee, Viet Nam, 3Vietnamese-German University, Viet Nam
Monday,11 July 2016:  H2 - 2B - Public Transport Quality and Affordability  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Traceability in the Swedish air freight industry
A.H. Ringsberg*, K. Lumsden
Technology Management and Economics, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B1 - 3B - Organizational Issues and Interrelationships in Supply Chains and Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Tradable credits scheme on urban travel demand: A linear expenditure system approach and simulation in Beijing
M. Xu*1, S. Grant-Muller2
1Beijing Jiaotong University, China, 2University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Traffic characteristics according to snowy weather conditions on expressway by vehicle type
Y.H. Choi
Korea Expressway Corporation Research Institute, Republic of Korea
Monday,11 July 2016:  C2 - 2C - Highway Capacity and Traffic Flow Analysis  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Traffic congestion management with high occupancy vehicle lanes and tradable credits scheme: A bilevel programming approach
G.Z. Zang, M. Xu*, Z.Y. Gao
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Traffic Flow Parameters for Varying Geometric Elements of Mid-Block Merging Sections
M. Dubey, S. Ram, P.K. Sarkar*
School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2/C3 - 4B - Roundtable Session on Regional Traffic Management and Control  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-12:10
Traffic state estimation using data fusion with fixed loop detector and connected vehicle data
J.C. Li*, Y.W. Bie, J. Gao, Z. Qiu
University of Alberta, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C2 - 3D - Signal Control Modeling and Performance  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Traffic volume responsive incident detection
E.G. Nathanail, P. Kouros*, P. Kopelias
University of Thessaly, Greece
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Transferability of safety performance functions to estimate crash modification factors: A case study of state-to-state transferability
J. Wang, J. Lee, J. Park, A. Farid, M. Abdel-Aty*
University of Central Florida, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3D - Highway Safety II  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Transit oriented development and its impact on level of service of roads & METRO: A case study of Mumbai Metro Line-I
C. Shirke*1, G. Joshi1, V. Kandala2, S. Arkatkar1
1Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, India, 2Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1a - 3A - Travel Mode  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Transit shift behaviour study through fuzzy rule based analysis: A case study of Indian metropolitan city
A.S. Kedia*, S. Dhulipala, B.K. Katti, P.S. Salini
SV National Institute of Technology, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G3 - 3B - Public Transport (4)  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Transport accessibility and gender inequalities, the case of Bogota
M.C. Lecompte*, J.P. Bocarejo
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Transport adaptation policies in europe: From incremental actions to long-term visions
A. Aparicio
Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2B - Climate Change Policies  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Transport and social justice beyond potential influences of vulnerability: Future changes in oil prices and housing affordability
M. Cao*, R. Hickman
University College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3A - Mobilty Justice  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Transport as a loosely coupled system: Implications for research and practise
A. Dubois, K. Hulthen*
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B1 - 3B - Organizational Issues and Interrelationships in Supply Chains and Logistics  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Transport governance of ‘International best practices': Challenges of public transport policy development in Ahmedabad and Bogotá
D.R. Oviedo Hernandez*1, R. Joshi1
1University College London, UK, 2CEPT University, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H1 - 3B - Multimodal Transport Policy  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Transport infrastructure business models: New sources of funding and financing
A. Roumboutsos*1, T. Gouin3, P. Leviäkangas4, G. Mladenovic5, P.F. Nouaille3, J. Voordijk2, P. Moraiti1, I. Cardenas2
1University of the Aegean, Greece, 2University of Twente, The Netherlands, 3CEREMA, France, 4University of Oulu, Finland, 5University of Belgrade, Serbia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E3 - 3B - Transport Investments and Property Developments  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Transport innovations and their effect on cities: The emergence of urban linear ferries worldwide
M. Tanko*, M.I. Burke
Griffith University, Australia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Transport integration in a privatised bus market: The role of quality contract schemes
C.R. Rivasplata
San Jose State University, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Transport issues after cascading disasters in Fukushima
I. Yoshida
Fukushima University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6 - 2C - Disaster Resilience in Transport  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Transport planning and transport policy development for local authorities from the south-east of Romania
A.M.C. Ciobica1,2, A.E.R. Roman1,2, I.S.M. Mitroi*1,2, V.C.R. Roman1
1University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, 2CODATU din Romania, Romania
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2D - National Transport Policy 3  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Transport policies in Hungary - Historical background and current practice for national and regional level
V. Oszter
KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non Profit Ltd., Hungary
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2B - National Transport Policy 1  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Transport policy as an instrument to address poverty
R.L. Mackett, N. Christie, D. Oviedo Hernández, H. Titheridge*
University College London, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G3 - 4D - Planning and Policy (2)  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Transport policy planning in Germany – An analysis of political programs and investment masterplans
F. Fichert
Worms University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2B - National Transport Policy 1  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Transport, poverty, and well-being in urban Nigeria: perspectives for transport research in developing contexts
D.R. Oviedo Hernandez*, J.D. Davila, C. Levy
University College London, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3B - Measuring Equity  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Transportation cost index: A comprehensive multimodal performance measure of transportation and land use systems
L. Wang*1, B. Reiff3, B. Gregor2, H. Yang1, J. Liu1
1Portland State University, USA, 2Oregon Metro, USA, 3Oregon Analytics, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3B - Transportation and Finance  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Transport-based social exclusion in developing societies: A case of study in Bangladesh
D.P.B. Perez Barbosa*, J.Z. Zhang
Hiroshima University, Japan
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Travel demand elasticity analysis for non-voluntary purpose trips by heterogenous travellers in Indian metropolitan city, Surat
N. Vasudevan, S.S. Arkatkar, G.J. Joshi*
S V National Institute of Technology, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2D - Urban Travel Behaviour  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Travel demand forecasting for the Mesopotamia line in Argentina
J.W. Kim
Korail Research Institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Travel time indirect estimation methods
T. Yi1, M. Williams1, M. Shao*1
1CDM Smith, USA, 2North Carolina State Univesity, USA, 3Tongji University, China
Monday,11 July 2016:  C3 - 2B - Traffic Time and Use of Bluetooth Data  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Travel time reliability analysis on selected bus routes in India: A case study in Mysore city
C.H. Akhilesh1, S. Joshi3, S. Arkatkar*1, G.J. Joshi1, B. Ashish2
1SVNIT, India, 2Queensland University Of Technology, Australia, 3Nirma University, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  H3 - 2D - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -3  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Traveler response to disruption of high-speed rail sevice
C.H. Wen*1, M.C. Wang1, C. Fu3
1Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 2Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 3Institute of Transportation, Taiwan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  D3 - 3A - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS3, Rail vs Other Modes  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Trends and challenges for urban freight transport in Asian megacities: what makes those cities unique?
B. Kin*, S. Verlinde, C. Macharis
Vrij Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3B - Sustainability Issues  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Trends in real-time traffic simulation
A. Pell*, A. Meingast, O. Schauer
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2D - Traffic Simulations  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Trucking regulation as a critical supply chain asset in port complexes
T. O'Brien*1, P.V. Hall2
1California State University, Long Beach, USA, 2Simon Fraser University, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  G1 - 2D - Organizations and Governance  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Trusted measurement and evaluation for ITS products
C.Y. Lin*1, B.W. Gong1, X. Qu1
1Jilin University, China, 2State Key Laboratory of Automative Simulation and Control, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Turning accidents between cars and trucks and cyclists driving straight ahead
T. Richter*, J.C. Sachs
Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2C - Pedestrian Safety II  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Type choice behavior of alternative fuel vehicles: A latent class model approach
N.A. Khan, M.R. Fatmi, M.A. Habib*
Dalhousie University, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3B - Transportation and Finance  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
Typology of bikesharing members in Montreal
C. Morency*, M. Trépanier, B. Agard, J. Faucher
Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A4 - 3A - Non-motorized Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Unbalanced lane usage and driver's lane preference at multiple left-turn lanes
L. Li*1, Z.R. Peng2, Y.T. Chang1, L.Y. Zheng1
1Ministry of Education, China, 2University of Florida, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Uncertainty of greenhouse gas emission models: Colombian transportation sector as a case of study
M.M. Valenzuela*, M. Espinosa, E.A. Virguez, E. Behrentz
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4A - Parking, Barrier Effect, and CO2  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Uncommon leisure traffic - Analysis of travel behaviour of visitors
D. Bieland*, C. Sommer, C. Witte
University of Kassel, Germany
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4A - Travel Behaviour  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
Understanding cyclists' risky route choice behavior on urban road sections
Y. Ni*1,2, R. Song1, K.P. Li1
1Tongji University, China, 2Safetrec of UC Berkeley, USA
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G5 - 4A - Travel Behaviour  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Understanding decision makers perceptions of Chiang Mai city’s transport problems - An application of Causal Loop Diagram (CLD) methodology
P. Jittrapirom*1,3, H. Knoflacher1, M. Mailer2
1Vienna University of Technology, Austria, 2University of Innsbruck, Austria, 3Radboud University, The Netherlands
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2D - Decision-making and Partenrships  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Understanding how enacting business practices maintains and generates demand for business travel
I. Jones*1,2, G. Marsden1,2, J. Faulconbridge1, J. Anable1
1DEMAND, UK, 2University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3D - Mobility Practices  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
Understanding multimodal freight transportation scenarios in Northern Canada under climate change impacts
Q. Du, A.M. Kim*, Y. Zheng
University of Alberta, Canada
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B3 - 4C - Regional Case Studies  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
Understanding passenger perceptions and behaviours during unplanned rail disruptions [for special session on unplanned passenger rail disruption]
G. C*1, C. Muir2,1
1Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University, Australia, 2Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia
Monday,11 July 2016:  G6-SS2: Managing Passenger Rail Disruptions  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Understanding port congestion as a governance issue: A transaction cost perspective
N. Saeed*1, D-W. Song2, O. Andersen1
1University of Agder, Norway, 2World Maritime University, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  A2 - 3D - Port Competitiveness  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-17:10
Understanding quality of life’s operationalization in policy: Lessons from UK transport
L. Reardon
University of Leeds, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G1 - 4D - Understanding Wider Transport Impacts in Policy  -  15:30-17:10
15:30-15:50
Understanding seasonal variation in individual's activity participation and trip generation by using four consecutive two-week travel diary 
N. Ahmad Termida, Y.O. Susilo*, J.P. Franklin, C.X. Liu
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D3 - 4C - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS7, Spatial and Temporal Dimensions  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Understanding the factors influencing road public transport policy implementation in Taiwan
C.P. Liu*, H. Titheridge
University College London, UK
Monday,11 July 2016:  G2 - 2C - National Transport Policy 2  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Understanding the issues which affect the career choices of women airline pilots: A research agenda
F. McCarthy*, L. Budd, S. Ison
Loughborough University, UK
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A1 - 4B - Human Factors in Aviation  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Understanding the rural school transportation waterway in the Brazilian Amazon region
W.C. Carvalho*1, R.R. Maia-Pinto2, M.F. Alves2, J.A. Aragão3
1Federal University of Goiás, Brazil, 2Naus do North Indústria e Comércio de Embarcações, Brazil, 3University of Brasilia, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H4 - 4B - Green Regional Transportation in Developing Countries  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
Understanding the spatial diversity of final distribution solutions: A case of Shenzhen, China
Z. Xiao*1, J. Wang1, J. Lenzer1, Y. Sun2
1The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2Shenzhen Urban Plannning and Land Resource Research Center, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4A - Case Studies and Non-Road (1)  -  08:30-10:10
09:10-09:30
Understanding transport planning education in an Australian context
I.B. Mateo-Babiano
The University of Queensland, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G1 - 3A - Partnerships and Governance Innovations  -  08:30-10:10
08:30-08:50
University campus giantism: Accessibility problems in UFPE’s case
D.G. Vasconcelos, M.M. Monteiro, L.H. Meira*, M.O. Andrade
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Monday,11 July 2016:  H1 - 2C - Governance, Institutions and Politicx  -  13:30-15:10
14:50-15:10
Urban form and spatial urban equity in Bogota, Colombia
L.A. Guzman*, J.P. Bocarejo
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-H  -  13:30-15:10
Urban freight parking practices: The cases of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Delhi (India)
L. Malik*1, I. Sánchez-Díaz2, G. Tiwari1, J. Woxenius3
1Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, 2Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 3University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B4 - 3D - Consolidation and Sharing Space  -  15:30-17:10
16:30-16:50
Urban freight transport in city strategic planning. A comparative analysis of selected European capital cities
M. Kiba-Janiak
Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland
Monday,11 July 2016:  B4 - 2C - Stakeholder Perceptions  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Urban impacts due to barrier effect caused by road duplication: The case of Goianinha-RN Brazil
L.T. Tavares, M.O.A. Oliveira de Andrade*, M.L.A.M. Alves Maia
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4A - Parking, Barrier Effect, and CO2  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Urban land use equilibrium analyses considering diversified business and train operation of a railway company
T. Suzuki
Chukyo university, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  F1b - 3B - Transportation and Finance  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Urban mobility and metro projects in India: Contestations and politics in executing Hyderabad metro rail project
R. Chigurupati
Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), India
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4B - Land Use, Access, Location Choice  -  10:30-12:10
11:10-11:30
Urban mobility indexes: A brief review of the literature
P.B. Costa, G.C. De Morais Neto*, A.I. Bertolde
Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo-UFES, Brazil
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
Urban spatial structure and transport energy consumption: New evidence from 51 cities in China
J. Diao*, P. Zhao
Peking University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-F  -  08:30-10:10
Urban taxi ridership analysis in the emerging market: Case study in Shanghai
W-Q. Ge*, D. Shao, M-G. Xue, H. Zhu, J. Cheng
Shanghai Urban-Rural Construction and Transportation Development Research Institute, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H5 - 3A - Urban Transit and Paratransit  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Urban Transport Financing Under Revised Budget Law in China: New Options for PPP and Project Finance
B. Reja
World Bank, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  H2 - 4B - Land Use, Access, Location Choice  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Urbanization and the transportation- growth nexus: Evidence from cross country panel data
R.P. Pradhan
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Monday,11 July 2016:  E1 - 2D - Evaluation of Transport Policies  -  15:30-17:10
15:50-16:10
Use of an enrich engineering method for Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) design. Application to the Madinah metro system
N. Ziv*1, J. Simon2, D. Lombard2, A. Kindinis1, C. Gobin1
1Egis, France, 2ESTP, France
Sunday,10 July 2016:  Session D  -  14:00-15:30
14:30-15:00
User acceptance of long distance bus services in Germany
A. Eisenkopf*1, C. Burgdorf1, A. Knorr2
1Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen, Germany, 2DUV Speyer, Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  A4 - 2D - Intercity Bus Service  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
User profiles of innovative bike-sharing systems
A. Munkacsy*, A. Monzon
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
Monday,11 July 2016:  D3 - 2D - Applications of Travel Behaviour Analysis and Demand Modelling Approaches D3-OS2, Mode Sharing  -  15:30-17:10
16:50-17:10
User satisfaction of Songtaew in Thailand: Case study of Khon Kaen city
P. Wongwiriya*, F. Nakamura, S. Tanaka, R. Ariyoshi
Yokohama National University, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  H5 - 2D - Urban Travel Behaviour  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Using automatic vehicle location data to model and identify determinants of bus bunching
S. Rashidi*1, P. Ranjitkar3, O. Csaba2, A. Hooper1
1Opus International Consultants Ltd, New Zealand, 2Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary, 3University of Auckland, New Zealand
Monday,11 July 2016:  C1 - 2C - Traffic Flow Theory II  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Using community planning method to improve effect of urban barrier-free transportation system
C.T. Wu, L.X. Li*
Sichuan University, China
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  G4 - 3B - Measuring Equity  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Using microsimulation of city traffic to determine a cordon charge based on marginal network social cost
Y. Sun*, J. Taplin
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
Using sparse GPS data to estimate vehicle traces and reliability statistics for major freight corridors
A.V. Goodchild, S. Sankarakumaraswamy, E. McCormac*
University of Washington, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  B2 - 3B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (4) Subtitle: Fleet Routing & Tracing  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Using theories of implementation and planning enforcement to enhance travel planning practice for new residential developments
C. De Gruyter*, G. Rose, G. Currie
Monash University, Australia
Thursday,14 July 2016:  G5 - 5A - Planning and Policy (4)  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Using urban form to characterize logistics profiles - A case study of Paris
A. Beziat1,2
1IFSTTAR, France, 2University of Paris East, France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4A - Case Studies and Non-Road (1)  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10
Utilization of cellular automata for analysis of the efficiency of urban freight transport measures based on unloading bays example
S. Iwan*1, K. Malecki2
1Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland, 2West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  B4 - 4C - Surveys and Tools  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Value measurement and capture of high-speed railway station comprehensive development based on cross-domain bonus
X-Y. Lin*, X. Zhou, Z-S. Kuang, S. Luo
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4A - Evaluation of Railway Transport  -  08:30-10:10
08:50-09:10
Value of reliability and cost-benefit analysis: A diffusion effect
T. Blayac, M. Stéphan*
University of Montpellier, France
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3B - Evaluation of Transport Investment Projects  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Variability of observed drivers' follow-the-leader behavior on expressway basic segment
Y. Yang*, K. Wada, T. Oguchi, M. Iryo-Asano
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Variable message sign location selection based on drivers perception
Y.Y. Liang*, Z.Z. Wu
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C2 - 4B - Traffic Management Considering Driver Behavior and Information  -  10:30-12:10
11:50-12:10
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
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-D  -  10:30-12:10
Variety in freight transport service procurement approaches
K. Hedvall*1,2, A. Dubois1, F. Lind1
1Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 2Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden
Monday,11 July 2016:  B2 - 2B - Freight Transport Operations and Performance (1) Subtitle: Management Concepts for Freight Transport  -  10:50-12:10
11:10-11:30
Vehicle category-wise speed-volume relationship under heterogeneous traffic condition for two-lane bidirectional traffic
S. Dey, A.K. Maurya*
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  H3 - 3B - Infrastructure Operation and Traffic Management in Developing Countries -5  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Vertical vibration analysis of vehicle-track-subgrade coupled system with dynamic flexibility method
X.W. Yang*, S.J. Gu, S.H. Zhou, Y. Shu, X.Y. Ma
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A3 - 4B - Rail Engineering  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
Viability of Traffic Analysis Districts (TADs) as a spatial unit for macroscopic crash analysis
Q. Cai*, J. Lee, M. Aty
University of Central Florida, USA
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-C  -  08:30-10:10
Video- and survey-based analysis of pedestrian and cyclist behavior at an urban level crossing
D. Baric*, H. Pilko, M. Starcevic
University of Zagreb, Croatia
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  C4 - 4C - Two Wheeler Safety  -  13:30-15:10
13:30-13:50
Visibility improvements through information provision regarding sun glare:a Case study in Cape Town
M.J.W.A. Vanderschuren, N. Khumalo*
university of Cape Town, South Africa
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  C4 - 3B - Traffic Safety Modelling I  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
WAM - residence - work - mobility: Spatial structure and mobility choices in metropolitan regions
G. Wulfhorst, A. Thierstein, M. Bentlage, S. Klug, J. Kinigadner, L. Sterzer, B. Büttner*
Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM), Germany
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1a - 2C - Life choice  -  13:30-15:10
14:10-14:30
Warehouse location determination for humanitarian relief distribution in Nepal
R. Maharjan*, S. Hanaoka
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Monday,11 July 2016:  B6 - 2B - Humanitarian Logistics in Disasters (1)  -  10:50-12:10
11:30-11:50
Welfare effectiveness of public transport subsidy in Seoul Metro Region
J.I. Kim, G.W. Ahn*, Y.J. Kim, S.I. Kim
the Korea transport institute, Republic of Korea
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  Poster Session: TA-E  -  15:30-17:10
What hinders adoption of the electric bus in Canadian transit? Perspectives of transit providers
M. Mahmoud*1, M. Ferguson1, R. Garnett2, P. Kanaroglou2
1McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics (MITL), Canada, 2McMaster University, Canada
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2b - 2C - Electric Vehicles I  -  13:30-15:10
14:30-14:50
What if empty car seats were filled with passenger? A theoretical assessment using the Montreal case
C. Morency*, H. Verreault
Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  A4 - 4B - Car Travel  -  10:30-12:10
11:30-11:50
What impact school-commuting travel mode choice of primary school students: The case of Shenzhen, China
T. Lin*1, Z. Xiao2
1Shenzhen Urban Planning and Land Resource Research Center, China, 2The University of Hong Kong, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  D2 - 4B - Travel Behaviour and Choice Modelling D2-OS6, Predictors of Travel Mode Choice and Mode Shifts  -  10:30-12:10
10:30-10:50
What should Shanghai do in urban transformation? Experience in six typical cities
J.H. Ye, X.Y. Shi*
Tongji University, China
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  Poster Session: TA-G  -  10:30-12:10
Which are the critical parameters assessing the driving performance of drivers with cerebral diseases? A literature review
D. Pavlou1, I. Beratis2, S. Fragkiadaki2, D. Kontaxopoulou2, G. Yannis*1, A. Economou2, S. Papageorgiou2
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  G4 - 4A - Psychological Factors & Cognition  -  08:30-10:10
09:30-09:50
Which factors influence household daily mobility budget? Evidence from the French case of Lyon conurbation
N. Pelé, J-P. Nicolas*
Lyon University, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  G4 - 2C - Barriers of Affordability  -  13:30-15:10
13:50-14:10
Which factors play a key role in the spatial interactions between different micro regions? An empirical study based on O-D travel surveys in Hungary
V. Oszter
KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, Hungary
Monday,11 July 2016:  F1b - 2D - Travel Behavior  -  15:30-17:10
16:10-16:30
Who are bike sharing schemes members and do they travel differently? The case of the Lyon's "Velo'v" scheme
C. Raux*, A. Zoubir
University of Lyon, France
Monday,11 July 2016:  F2a - 2B - Bicycle Share and Electric Bicycles  -  10:50-12:10
11:50-12:10
Why cross on red signal? Comparison of questionnaire responses with actual behavior in Izmir, Turkey
P. Onelcin*, Y. Alver
Ege University, Turkey
Monday,11 July 2016:  C4 - 2B - Pedestrian Safety I  -  10:50-12:10
10:50-11:10
Wider economic impacts of transport infrastructure investments: Relevant or negligible?
W. Rothengatter
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Tuesday,12 July 2016:  E1 - 3B - Evaluation of Transport Investment Projects  -  10:30-12:10
10:50-11:10
Wider economic impacts (wei) of high-speed rail: Proposition of an assessment method applied to bretagne pays de loire high speed line
C. Chèze*1, R. Nègre2
1Transport Economics Laboratory, France, 2Space and Societies Laboratory (University of Rennes 2), France
Wednesday,13 July 2016 :  E1 - 4A - Evaluation of Railway Transport  -  08:30-10:10
09:50-10:10