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Current Situation and Development Trend of Urban Traffic Engineering Management

Ke Pan
2021 BCP Business & Management  
of the times and improve the urban traffic engineering management.  ...  With the improvement of people's quality of life, the modes of transportation have become diverse.  ...  Rail transit not only provides efficient and high-quality bus travel services, but also is an intensive mode of transportation, saving energy and land resources.  ... 
doi:10.54691/bcpbm.v13i.108 fatcat:dlsocgzqjndlnhjo5yhhigeiqa

Review and prospect of maintenance technology for traction system of high-speed train

Shaolong Xu, Chunyang Chen, Zhenjun Lin, Xiao Zhang, Jisheng Dai, Liangjie Liu
2021 Transportation Safety and Environment  
Therefore, advanced maintenance technology and its application are key factors to reduce maintenance cost, human resource input and ensure safe, stable and reliable operation of trains.  ...  This paper summarizes and discusses the development, application mode, maintenance management and maintenance technology of high-speed railways of the major countries in the world, especially discusses  ...  in the field of rail transit traction system.  ... 
doi:10.1093/tse/tdab017 fatcat:ontb2o2u7ngyplji6bb3npr55e

Sustainable Urban Transport in the Developing World: Beyond Megacities

Dorina Pojani, Dominic Stead
2015 Sustainability  
In principle, their size allows for flexibility in terms of urban expansion, adoption of "green" travel modes, and environmental protection.  ...  This article critically reviews the potential role and impact of nine commonly considered options for sustainable urban transport in cities in developing countries: (1) road infrastructure; (2) rail-based  ...  A brief overview of the two main rail-based urban transport systems, Light Rail Transit (LRT), and metro (suburban or heavy rail), is provided below.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su7067784 fatcat:eegiphyqqbgntlswrvgti7d5he

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE

ROBERT CERVERO
2001 Australian Planner  
A good example of being resourceful is adaptive re-use of urban spaces.  ...  Sustainability argues for resource-efficient forms of mobility, such as metrorail systems that link planned urban centers in the case of big cities and dedicated carpool and bus lanes that reward efficient  ... 
doi:10.1080/07293682.2001.9657929 fatcat:t67uorumyjdetac24mqgp2sra4

Smart Mobility Adoption: A Review of the Literature

Can Bıyık, Ahmad Abareshi, Alexander Paz, Rosa Arce Ruiz, Rosaria Battarra, Christopher D. F. Rogers, Carmen Lizarraga
2021 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
Urban transport around the world is facing challenges, such as air pollution and inefficient use of resources, that often inhibit economic development.  ...  There are four segments of smart mobility that are highlighted in this paper: intelligent transport systems, open data, big data analytics, and citizen engagement.  ...  There are several transportation resources and procedures for intelligent cities that can be considered and adopted by urban centers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc7020146 fatcat:n6cjos6v2vb7nkkpxez4d53oem

ITS Applications in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Bus Rapid Transit and Mobility Management Strategies in Dar es Salaam - Tanzania [chapter]

Philemon Kazimil, Emmanuel Demzee
2012 Intelligent Transportation Systems  
This is consistent with the FTA definition of BRT as "a rapid mode of transportation that can combine the quality of rail transit and the flexibility of buses".  ...  DART Fare Collector -one private sector company responsible for daily fare collection, maintenance of the physical infrastructure at the bus stations, acquisition and maintenance of equipment used at the  ... 
doi:10.5772/27557 fatcat:j57ye56a5ncevb2pi4ibmfyk7y

Shared public transport within a physical internet framework: Reviews, conceptualization and expected challenges under COVID-19 pandemic

Jihane El Ouadi, Nicolas Malhene, Siham Benhadou, Hicham Medromi
2021 IATSS Research  
The idea of integrating freight in passenger transit networks could be efficient within a Physical Internet (PI or π) framework for improving system monitoring, operational performance and, user comfort  ...  This paper explores the major trends in the theory and practice of shared transport systems, in terms of passengers and freight, and suggests a PI conceptual framework to check if we could promote such  ...  It comprises three zones where goods are exchanged between combined modes of transport: rail-rail, rail-road, and road-rail zones (Fig. 4) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iatssr.2021.03.001 fatcat:5axskgg2dbhxji6vb2f265h3bq

Transportation sustainability in the urban context: a comprehensive review

Selima Sultana, Deborah Salon, Michael Kuby
2017 Urban Geography  
Sustainable Transport Technology improves current patterns of modes and trips by consuming less resources and generating less waste.  ...  more sustainable transport modes.  ...  Transportation is intertwined with many aspects of urban geography and planning, especially when considering sustainability.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02723638.2017.1395635 fatcat:7z6sxkodfbc7dctr5vb5mnvoom

Ten myths about US urban rail systems

Thomas A. Rubin, James E. Moore II, Shin Lee
1999 Transport Policy  
The proponents of rail transit have promulgated a set of stock arguments to help convince officials and the electorate that rail transit is a necessary component of a contemporary urban transportation  ...  We examine and dispel the following rail myths: (1) rail is cost-effective, (2) rail is the people's choice, (3) rail is fast transit, (4) rail is high capacity transit, (5) rail construction provides  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the Reason Foundation with resources provided by the James Irvine Foundation. We dedicate this paper to the memory of our colleague, Greig Harvey.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0967-070x(98)00032-8 fatcat:as25euesujbtpgimlcxqgksqnu

Newbits - Market Research Analysis

Ivan Zaldivar
2017 Zenodo  
All case studies, which are based on actual pilot projects, are carefully selected and validated as representative for the current ITS market, covering several transport modes - road, rail and inland waterways  ...  This project deliverable offers a general (Cooperative) Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) market watch, including an overview of the market, a PESTEL analysis and identifies current needs and trends  ...  More recently, under the European horizon 2020, research into Intelligent Transport Systems has sifted focus to the integration of transport modes and the links with automation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1243130 fatcat:eb3jcggvuff7xk2hmwjvr76cxq

Information for Contributors

2009 Journal of Perianesthesia Nursing  
U.S. and Canadian transit modes.  ...  Comparing the comfort and convenience of transit with competing modes.  ...  The integrated management process consists of steps-from gathering crash data to developing integrated action plans-and includes methods for identifying problems, optimizing resources, and measuring performance  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1089-9472(09)00036-7 fatcat:osbyhzrzu5hsnoijh7hz3flb34

Exploration on Engineering Management Practice of China's High Speed Railways

Yong-fu Sun
2014 Frontiers of Engineering Management  
corridors as the backbone, the interregional urban passenger traffic corridors and the intercity railways, with a planning scale above 16,000km.  ...  In the perspective of the engineering management practice, the developers have studied and made prospective mid-and long-term railway network planning, including the four east-west and four north-south  ...  , distribution and transport system, connect with the urban rail transit, bus, aviation and other modes of transport seamlessly, achieve zero-distance transfer for passengers, and constitute a modern comprehensive  ... 
doi:10.15302/j-fem-2014043 fatcat:qnjmosqyknh2rmwf5vngk4uu6m

Transforming cities with transit: transit and land-use integration for sustainable urban development

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Stations and buses are equipped with intelligent transportation systems that support real-time station arrival signage and enable centralized monitoring and control.  ...  It could also help cover expenses for operations and maintenance of public transit.  ...  forests and natural resources.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-1607 fatcat:5vhgfa4akfdfnhk7bqcd7anoui

The Urban Transportation Problem

Gilbert Paul Verbit
1975 University of Pennsylvania law review  
With one occupant, the private cost of driving was roughly fifty-five percent of the cost of rail transit. b. Speed The speed advantage of rail rapid transit also diminishes upon examination.  ...  SOBERMAN, URBAN RAIL TRANSIT 78-84 (1964) .  ...  the "special benefits" rule, 48 6 because the rule suggests a virtually cost-free solution to the land use problems of a traffic restriction plan.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3311512 fatcat:en5uekgi3vgi3oiljn6plk47am

D1.1 Taxonomy of actors, terminology and experimental tools

Fioretto Michela, Anagnostopoulou Afroditi
2019 Zenodo  
Technological, and 6. Transport planning.  ...  The research of scientific sources has examined three different types of resources, in particular: original research data; operational data directly related to research; data from published transport research  ...  and upgrading  Electrification of all transport modes  Single European Sky  Rail technologies and operations  Connected cooperative and automated mobility systems and services Transport planning  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4899813 fatcat:welcmzymqzevld6j6zjpw4cyym
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