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Semi-Automated Location Planning for Urban Bike-Sharing Systems

Markus Straub, Christian Rudloff, Anita Graser, Christian Kloimüllner, Günther R. Raidl, Markus Pajones, Felix Beyer
2018 Zenodo  
Bike-sharing has developed into an established part of many urban transportation systems. However, new bikesharing systems (BSS) are still built and existing ones are extended.  ...  4) presenting the solution to the planner in a visualization and planning front end.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge support from the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) within the strategic program Mobilität der Zukunft under  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1483821 fatcat:5pqlg2swnjd6rid3vszj3wco7a

Scale and the workplace as level of analysis in transport geography

Thomas Vanoutrive
2012 Belgeo  
Echelle et lieu de travail en tant que niveau d'analyse en géographie des transports Thomas Vanoutrive Scale and the workplace as level of analysis in transport geography Belgeo, 1-2 | 2012 Scale and the  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful to Ann Verhetsel and Toon Zijlstra for their useful comments on an earlier draft of this paper. Inspiration for this paper was also generated during the ADICCT-project.  ...  For commuting by bike and public transport location matters more (Verhetsel and Vanelslander, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.4000/belgeo.6229 fatcat:x2sw5fu4gbfphjjh2ub2jimsv4

A General Cooperative Optimization Approach for Distributing Service Points in Mobility Applications

Thomas Jatschka, Günther R. Raidl, Tobias Rodemann
2021 Algorithms  
This framework is generalized here for applications in which the satisfaction of demand relies on the existence of two or more suitably located service stations, such as in the case of bike/car sharing  ...  and provides the objective function for the optimization.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/a14080232 fatcat:73p3z2hfanejnfzldgbqnpb44q

Why land use patterns affect travel behaviour (or not)

Veronique Van Acker, Frank Witlox
2009 Belgeo  
Results are generally controlled for socioeconomic differences, and a limited number of studies also take individual perceptions, attitudes and preferences into account.  ...  For example, indirect effects caused by relationships among the explanatory variables of travel behaviour are generally neglected.  ...  is needed (Torn and Bosker, 1999) . 53 Multilevel SEM accounts for the nested data structure by assuming the existence of one population (data-set) of individuals clustered in, for example, households  ... 
doi:10.4000/belgeo.8777 fatcat:6ox5rgem5nhbhnj25krg6j7yiq

Monitoring the Application [chapter]

Adam Shackelford
2015 Beginning Amazon Web Services with Node.js  
stations.  ...  During the next few months we are doing field trials that will help us test if these ideas are practically feasible in adapting communication protocols to improve communication between gliders and shore  ...  These initial versions of the algorithms were designed to solve the planar path planning problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4842-0653-9_7 fatcat:b6s3wv3jcvf6xiniouokdhwtba

The Vessel Schedule Recovery Problem (VSRP) – A MIP model for handling disruptions in liner shipping

Berit D. Brouer, Jakob Dirksen, David Pisinger, Christian E.M. Plum, Bo Vaaben
2013 European Journal of Operational Research  
In considering the interests of users and investors, the proposed model attempts to determine the number and locations of bike stations, the network structure of bike paths connected between the stations  ...  -Testing the validity of the MIP approach for locating carsharing stations in one-way systems Previous research has proposed using a mixed integer programming (MIP) model for choosing the location of stations  ...  We propose a new problem in which the tasks are kept fixed in the stations for the whole planning period while each worker rotates within a subset of the stations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2012.08.016 fatcat:c27kagfnxnhjfbil2rydhjhomm

SPECIAL ISSUE 4 : 2016

Asian Planning Schools Association International Conference
2016 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
We also like to thank Department of Town and Country Planning Johor for providing information on development policy and geophysical data.  ...  To solve these problems we set the following three aims: (1) Create platforms for new creative industries, (2) Expand the base of manufacturing by industrial tourism, and (3) Regenerate attractive urban  ...  Emphasis lies on provision of public transport, cycle paths, health and safety awareness campaign, development of bike-sharing schemes, and facilitating cycling and electric car sharing as alternative  ... 
doi:10.21837/pmjournal.v14.i4.356 fatcat:5ucrprvhf5e27kgzmamfjteiy4

Travel and built environment: evidence from 23 diverse regions of the united states

Guang Tian
2018
Ewing , Chair ABSTRACT I have opted for a three-paper dissertation, studying the relationship between travel and the built environment for three types of trips: walk and bike trips by the entire population  ...  The main goal of this dissertation is to determine how we can promote walking and biking, especially for students and seniors.  ...  The problem of these predefined geographic areas is that they are too big and cannot accurately capture built environment for walking and biking.  ... 
doi:10.26053/0h-b666-xtg0 fatcat:b53ammpklve5zor6ltn6jderv4

Detailed Pilot Planning and Evaluation Framework

Ista Boszhard, Taco Van Dijk, Lotte Geeraedts, Daniel Heltzel, Max Kortlander, Minh Man, Karen Van Der Moolen, Jurre Ongering, Andrea Patrucco, Marcel Pirvu, Cecilia Raspanti, Ann Louise Slot (+3 others)
2020 Zenodo  
It will also include (i) internal communication tools, in order to coordinate the progress of tasks, align the development of each Pilot and share feedback, lessons learnt, outcomes, and (ii) a set of  ...  This document describes the overall Pilot Cities Framework (general and city-specific objectives, activities, deliverables, KPI, and roles of partners) as well as the foreseen management and monitoring  ...  This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 820937.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3764138 fatcat:3ayhbnxisbaxxi4tug5sykjvdm

Towards Addressing Unintended Environmental Consequences: A Planning Framework

Rafael Laurenti, Rajib Sinha, Jagdeep Singh, Björn Frostell
2015 Sustainable Development  
Globally, multilateral diplomacy and collective action are required to solve several shared problems.  ...  heterogeneity, contingency and multilevel nature of complex systems.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sd.1601 fatcat:5jb4h3r6cff2znm6qpxe7dc554

Vol. 1 n. 1 | 2016 | FULL ISSUE

Luisa Bravo
2016 The Journal of Public Space  
of Hong Kong, School of Architecture for the valuable and generous support.  ...  Notes (1) The aspects and considerations derived for the observations came from the following studies: Acknowledgments Thanks to Hendrik Tieben, Francesco Rossini and Yip Kai Chun from The Chinese University  ...  hierarchical society.  ... 
doi:10.5204/jps.v1i1.23 fatcat:5bzeqr7k5fdgrcpn2ao6uynxwu

Exploring the Perceptions of Personal, Socio-cultural, and Environmental Factors of Active Transport by Walking as a Means of Physical Activity among Young Adults in Hong Kong

Sui Yu Yau
2019 Figshare  
The purpose of this study was to better understand how young adults perceived and interacted with the resources, affordances and barriers for active transport by walking in Hong Kong (ATW: Hong Kong) in  ...  A qualitative research design was adopted whereby interviews and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) were used to further explore the affordances and barriers for ATW in Hong Kong with the participants  ...  Gaining greater insights into young adults' perceived drivers of ATW can serve to further refine SEFs for active transport and shed new light on multilevel connections.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7712174.v1 fatcat:xuaihvgdjjcuvncdetq4ggguiy

The Physical and Social Environments as Determinants of Health: Implications for Substance and Behavioral Addictions [chapter]

Robert W. Strack, Muhsin Michael Orsini, D. Rose Ewald, Lawrence M. Scheier
2020 The Cambridge Handbook of Substance and Behavioral Addictions  
The chapter closes by discussing methodological considerations and implications for professional practice.  ...  We then focus on the influential role of the PSE on the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, and other substances; food, eating behaviors, and addictions contributing to the current obesity epidemic; and a  ...  In either case, in a hierarchically clustered design some portion of variance in the outcome is accounted for by the larger aggregate collection (i.e., neighborhoods distinguished by block or census tract  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108632591.019 fatcat:ipp63fzpuvcbldzf6yitzvyyuu

REFLOW Detailed Pilot Planning & Evaluation Framework

Isabel Berentzen, Stefano Bocconi, Ista Boszhard, Taco van Dijk, Lotte Geeraedts, Daniel Heltzel, Maritt Kuipers, Max Kortlander, Minh Man, Karen van der Moolen, Jurre Ongering, Andrea Patrucco (+6 others)
2021 Zenodo  
It will also include (i) internal communication tools, in order to coordinate the progress of tasks, align the development of each Pilot and share feedback, lessons learnt, outcomes, and (ii) a set of  ...  This document describes the overall Pilot Cities Framework (general and city-specific objectives, activities, deliverables, KPI, and roles of partners) as well as the foreseen management and monitoring  ...  The PCAPs will continue to be refined and iterated based upon shared knowledge and input from consortium partners.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5084677 fatcat:2yupyylitnbytp6lnb252klwwy

Semantic trajectories modeling and analysis

Christine Parent, Nikos Pelekis, Yannis Theodoridis, Zhixian Yan, Stefano Spaccapietra, Chiara Renso, Gennady Andrienko, Natalia Andrienko, Vania Bogorny, Maria Luisa Damiani, Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis, Jose Macedo
2013 ACM Computing Surveys  
This survey provides the definitions of the basic concepts about mobility data, an analysis of the issues in mobility data management, and a survey of the approaches and techniques for: (i) constructing  ...  and extract knowledge about their characteristics, in particular the behavioral patterns of the moving objects.  ...  that the transportation mode is either bike or walking, definitely not car, bus, or train) and public transport networks (e.g., the location of bus stops and train stations can determine whether a trajectory  ... 
doi:10.1145/2501654.2501656 fatcat:g7nr36bop5eslcfmr4z34mvj4i
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