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Integrating Geovisual Analytics with Machine Learning for Human Mobility Pattern Discovery

Tong Zhang, Jianlong Wang, Chenrong Cui, Yicong Li, Wei He, Yonghua Lu, Qinghua Qiao
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The proposed approach is evaluated using multi-source big transit data (e.g., smart card data, transit network data, and bus trajectory data) collected in Shenzhen City, China.  ...  We use two machine learning methods, including a clustering algorithm to extract transit corridors to represent primary mobility connections between different regions and a graph-embedding algorithm to  ...  To address these challenges, this study leverages advanced machine learning methods to identify time-varying mobility patterns based on multi-source transit big data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8100434 fatcat:5vruozxmtngdpktzvnjvfmohgq

Urban development around bus rapid transit stops in seven cities in Latin-America

Daniel A. Rodriguez, C. Erik Vergel-Tovar
2017 Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability  
Primary and secondary data collected around the stops were the basis for factor and cluster analyses.  ...  spaces open to the public.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the support and assistance of local authorities, BRT agencies and individuals on each studied city that supported the data collection processes of this  ... 
doi:10.1080/17549175.2017.1372507 fatcat:snnqjemhlffffc3c2ayfmbry34

Assessment of transit transport corridor efficiency of landlocked African countries using data envelopment analysis

Enagnon H. Fanou, Xuping Wang
2018 South African Journal of Science  
Three different types of DEA models were proposed and used to measure the relative efficiencies of transit transport using a 6-year data set (2008–2013) of some selected LLACs.  ...  We used a data envelopment analysis (DEA) to examine the efficiency and performance of transport systems of landlocked African countries (LLACs).  ...  X.W. was the supervisor of this research project and provided advice on the data analysis and manuscript structure.  ... 
doi:10.17159/sajs.2018/20160347 fatcat:tv5qherkejeilicfizamroip2q

Challenges and Opportunities in Transportation Data

Kristin Tufte, Kushal Datta, Alekh Jindal, David Maier, Robert L. Bertini
2018 Proceedings of the 1st ACM/EIGSCC Symposium on Smart Cities and Communities - SCC '18  
A wealth of transportation data is available to help address these problems; from data from sensors installed to monitor and operate the roadways and traffic signals to data from cell phone apps and -just  ...  over the horizon -data from connected vehicles and infrastructure.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data (ISTC-BD) and the Portland State University Institute for Sustainability Solutions (ISS) for their support of  ... 
doi:10.1145/3236461.3241971 fatcat:krxzqnwz2nhuxg4oz7kikenihi

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Urban Freight—Competition for Space in Densely Populated Cities

Paola Andrea Cruz-Daraviña, Iván Sánchez-Díaz, Juan Pablo Bocarejo Suescún
2021 Sustainability  
Observations and semi-structured interviews were used to complement hard data. The results from Cali show that the areas surrounding BRT corridors generate more than 62% of urban freight traffic.  ...  This paper assesses the effects on urban freight transportation of implementing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems.  ...  It is also close to Buenaventura, the country's largest port; and (iv) both primary and secondary data were available from multiple sources.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13126611 fatcat:l4svsimwbff7fd7sic4a4elj7i


Robin Holzer, Zakcq Lockrem
2011 Journal of Green Building, College Publishing, USA  
a fraction of total energy use and emissions. advantage of proximity to other destinations, and to help enable transit service, which works best where there's density.  ...  Destinations that are well-connected by wide sidewalks, bike lanes, or transit-complete streets-are likely to be reached on foot, bike, or transit.  ...  In the Energy Corridor, just 2% of travelers use public transit. 17 Even for those who do drive, the environmental benefits of working in a denser job center are measurable.  ... 
doi:10.3992/jgb.6.3.21 fatcat:yc7s2sqa3bebnk3huqq2dw6lqy

Implementation of the Integrated TOD Spatial Model for Jakarta Metropolitan Region

H M Taki, M M H Maatouk, F Ahmadi
2019 KnE Social Sciences  
The results were that the TOD spatial model is focusing on solving public transport issues related to urban planning.  ...  The method of this paper using the spatial and transportation approach by differentiates TOD each railway stations based on the typology.  ...  TOD typology TOD typology is done by grouping transit areas according to existing conditions so that it is useful to identify potential TOD.  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v3i18.4717 fatcat:xk4t2wocunfhxopvskobgmyth4

Road Users' Behavior and Safety Analysis of Pedestrian-Bike Shared Space: Case Study of Robson Street in Vancouver

Mohamed Essa, Mohamed Hussein, Tarek Sayed
2018 Canadian journal of civil engineering (Print)  
Trip diaries and surveys are typically the primary source of quantitative data for mode share, although trip counts are important to help validate results.  ...  by building transit-supportive streets and public spaces, by protecting corridors and sites for future routes and stations, and through transit-supportive land use.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjce-2017-0683 fatcat:i6xyiedizneurbhneuxrsqfrti

Corridor Approaches to Integrating Transportation and Land Use

Kathleen Rooney, Karen Savage, Harrison Rue, Gary Toth, Marie Venner
2010 Transportation Research Record  
Where possible, the Team identified the planning framework and subsequent corridor implementation for candidate case studies.  ...  Many state DOTs acknowledge that "corridors" and their transportation impacts do not end at the right-of-way boundaries; to be successful in integrating transportation and land use, corridor studies must  ...  Phase 2A began in the summer of 2005 and focused on creating alternative corridor scenarios through data collection and use of a travel demand model. 84 Public participation in Phase 2 involved formation  ... 
doi:10.3141/2176-05 fatcat:64kpo3rixjahdkhge2b3hc65va

Synergizing Land Value Capture and Transit-Oriented Development: A Study of Bengaluru Metro

Jaya Dhindaw, Sree Kumar Kumaraswamy, Surya Prakash, Radha Chanchani, Amartya Deb
2021 World Resources Institute  
Land value capture (LVC) is a public financing strategy that can recover a portion of the real estate value that development along the metro corridor generates for private property owners.  ...  The Government of Karnataka and Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited are exploring ways to offset the heavy economic burden of expanding the metro rail transit network in Bengaluru.  ...  Liases Foras, who undertook the field visits and the important task of compiling the real-estate data.  ... 
doi:10.46830/wripn.20.00082 fatcat:lklvn3a2gjdohhkl7rog6ro5l4

Bus rapid transit systems: a comparative assessment

David A. Hensher, Thomas F. Golob
2008 Transportation  
This paper evaluates the status of 44 BRT systems in operation throughout the world as a way of identifying the capability of moving substantial numbers of passengers, using infrastructure whose costs  ...  Although light rail has often been promoted as a popular 'solution', there has been progressively emerging an attractive alternative in the form of bus rapid transit (BRT).  ...  Acknowledgement The contribution of Zheng Li in assisting in preparing the data is acknowledged as is the ongoing discussions with Lee Schipper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11116-008-9163-y fatcat:pvhfv2drazfetiwcfpytjgvquy

Exploring Transportation Demand Management as a Strategy to Decongest Indian Cities and Improve Mobility

Sumedha Mittal, Arindam Biswas
2019 International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development  
For the purpose of modelling, data is collected by a mix of primary and secondary surveys.  ...  Based on the findings, this research discusses strategic interventions in four sectors -road space redesign, public transit improvements, use of MRTS and parking arrangements.  ...  Data sources The relevant data and potential sources are classified into two categories, primary sources and secondary sources.  ... 
doi:10.14246/irspsda.7.4_185 fatcat:g54kawh4jraabarhoxuvfjixz4

Freight corridor performance measurement system: A framework for South Africa

Jan H. Havenga, Anneke De Bod
2016 Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management  
A distinction was made between South Africa's dedicated bulk corridors and the multi-modal corridors.Results: Facilitating both stakeholder involvement and agreement on key indicators, as well as the eventual  ...  This is supported by three corridor measurement perspectives, that is, a policy, customer service and infrastructure perspective.  ...  Incumbents are often either reluctant to part with primary data, or legacy systems hamper accurate and timely data provision.  ... 
doi:10.4102/jtscm.v10i1.252 fatcat:2hqvy5ofxfaazmnl75f2owy3g4

Insights into the Impacts of Mega Transport Infrastructures on the Transformation of Urban Fabric: Case of BRT Lahore

Ahmad Adeel, Bruno Notteboom, Ansar Yasar, Kris Scheerlinck, Jeroen Stevens
2021 Sustainability  
The desire of sustainable transit-oriented development to intensify land uses according to local conditions requires local urban designers and planners to think ahead of the curve by working on the regulatory  ...  State of the art mass transit systems, such as bus rapid transit (BRT), have appeared to be an innovative solution to meet the mobility needs of many world cities.  ...  Table 2 . 2 Variables and List of Data Sources.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137451 fatcat:lqgthhs6a5eopnttifeuo5fypa

Data visualization tool for monitoring transit operation and performance

Abdullah Kurkcu, Fabio Miranda, Kaan Ozbay, Claudio T. Silva
2017 2017 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS)  
Using the automated vehicle location data combined with other technologies such as automated incident reporting, transit decision makers can now execute a variety of real-time strategies and performance  ...  In this study, we show that it is possible to develop an easy to use but powerful web-based tool which acquires, stores, processes, and visualizes bus trajectory data.  ...  Multi-domain smart city transportation systems require scalable, open platforms for the acquisition, processing, storing of Big Data with the ultimate goal of making individual and collective decisions  ... 
doi:10.1109/mtits.2017.8005584 dblp:conf/mtits/KurkcuMOS17 fatcat:y6l2g5uj2jhdfoa53jce6wywzu
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