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Secondary data from the HARMONY areas

Eleni Charoniti, Tariq van Rooijen
2020 Zenodo  
Deliverable 9.2 firstly provides the secondary data template, developed as a guideline for the different areas on the types of data which need to be considered.  ...  and data access and usage.  ...  However, access to all the datasets can be guaranteed through a multi-layered approach. This categorisation of data can help identifying the protocols and procedures needed for each type of data: 1.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5744089 fatcat:7l776gbimjhj5inxredqr4dfey

Estimating the Potential of Ride Sharing in Urban Areas: the Milan Metropolitan Area Case Study

Anna Realini, Marco Borgarello, Silvano Viani, Simone Maggiore, Corine Nsangwe Businge, Carlo Caruso
2020 Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems  
The model is applied to the Milan Metropolitan Area, which represents an interesting test case for two main reasons: first, its high population density and strong transport offer and second, the large  ...  This represents a great challenge: transportation accounts for 20% of the global energy consumption, with a large share in urban areas (around 40% of total transport consumption).  ...  Ride sharing model for the Milan Metropolitan Area The RS model for the MMA has been built as one of the evolutions of the baseline case model.  ... 
doi:10.13044/j.sdewes.d8.0362 fatcat:klacb3l7szcglphxgeoct63pam

The Korean Green Growth Strategy and its Implementation in Urban Areas [chapter]

2012 OECD Urban Policy Reviews  
and improve convenience for travelers;  Connect the public transport services lines within the multi-modal transfer centres;  Develop multi-modal transit centers as multi-functional areas by installing  ...  Only recently, some metropolitan governments in Korea (for example, Daegu, Busan and Incheon) have introduced "Transit Mall Districts", which are only accessible to public transit and bicycles.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264174153-6-en fatcat:stwdypzewzfsrh6youotbdi25m

Nature and/or nurture? Analyzing the determinants of transit ridership across US urbanized areas

Brian D. Taylor, Douglas Miller, Hiroyuki Iseki, Camille Fink
2009 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice  
Controlling for the fact that public transit use is strongly correlated with urbanized area size, about 26% of the observed variance in per capita transit patronage across US urbanized areas is explained  ...  The observed range in both fares and service frequency in our sample could account for at least a doubling (or halving) of transit use in a given urbanized area.  ...  Thanks to Brent Boyd for his help in constructing the data set used for this analysis and for his assistance in reviewing the literature.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tra.2008.06.007 fatcat:4gtvknbiqffzpehox5xkpxccvq

Demand-Side Instruments to Reduce Road Transportation Externalities in the Greater Cairo Metropolitan Area

Ian W. H. Parry, Govinda R. Timilsina
2014 International Journal of Sustainable Transportation  
The greater Mexico City metropolitan region has a population of 19 million in an area of 3,691 square miles. ).  ...  Parry and Timilsina (2010) assumed a pollution damage estimate of 90 cents per gallon of gasoline (in year 2005 dollars) for the Mexico City metropolitan area.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15568318.2012.755581 fatcat:xphf5pr6lbapvcpk3oohkn7xwi

Evaluating the Service Quality in Multi-modal Transport Networks

Markus Friedrich
2016 Transportation Research Procedia  
The paper presents an approach for evaluating the service quality of entire journeys between an origin and a destination point using an evaluation scheme based on six levels of service (LOS).  ...  Then it reports on experiences with the evaluation scheme collected in two example applications for public transport and one multimodal example application for car and public transport.  ...  The parameters of the evaluation function were estimated with indicator values for trip time, trip distance and number of transfers from multi-modal network models.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2016.06.009 fatcat:thlzrtrrevdnbnrm4cnawydlvu

Does the Daily Use of Information and Communication Technologies Diversify Visiting Trading Areas and Increase their Distance from home?
ICTs의 일상적 활용이 방문상권을 다양화하고 집으로부터 그 거리를 증가시키는가?

Seul-Ki Lee, Hyun-Gun Sung
2017 Journal of Korea Planning Association  
applicability for: (a) different types of travel, and (b) development of accessibility measures that incorporate this information.  ...  For example, how far will pedestrians travel to access different types of destinations? How to know if the "one quarter mile assumption" that is often bantered about is reliable?  ...  This average approaches 0 as b becomes large, and becomes large as b approaches 0. Therefore, b represents a measure of unwillingness to travel.  ... 
doi:10.17208/jkpa.2017.06.52.3.171 fatcat:gx7up6znjffi7dvx5d5eta3kqq

Market Development Potential of Personal Mobility Services

Cristina d'Alessandro, Pier Carlo Trucco
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
To market server access and interfaces configuration These two approaches are deployed via two business strategies: a) A new company or b) Intermediation of a strong partner.  ...  The EU-funded project i-Tour addresses Safety, Efficiency, Environmental Sustainability in personal mobility by providing intelligent multi-modal mobility services, considering user preferences and real-time  ...  The authors want to thank Giulia Siccardo for the essential fieldwork performed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.1109 fatcat:cbqeriybzzfutnjvdcns27fmie

Redesigning a Retail Distribution Network in Restricted Urban Areas: A Case Study on Beverage Distribution in the Historic Center of Quito

J. Córdova, D. Merchán, S. Torres
2014 Journal of Applied Research and Technology  
As a result from the analysis a new distribution scheme was designed using a multi criteria decision making approach applying AHP and several operation research models.  ...  The proposed network fulfills the municipality restrictions, diminishes route distances and balances daily delivery times.  ...  The authors greatly acknowledge the contributions of Santiago Torres, Distribution Manager at CN and his team, special thanks given to Paola Calvache, member of the CN support team for the project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1665-6423(14)70591-7 fatcat:3373papxl5hphoqpzudvauoa2y

Business potential and market opportunities of intelligent LBSs for personal mobility – A European case study

Cristin d'Alessandro, Pier Carlo Trucco
2012 Journal of Ubiquitous Systems and Pervasive Networks  
The article presents a first hypothesis of business models for an intelligent LBS for personal mobility.  ...  to the call on Surface Sustainable Transport topic " SST.2008.3.1.2 Intelligent mobility systems and multi-modal interfaces for transport of passengers".  ...  Authors want to thank Giulia Siccardo for the essential field work performed.  ... 
doi:10.5383/juspn.04.01.002 dblp:journals/juspn/dAlessandroT12 fatcat:jwnahr5rd5ebxpp5t67hqmsvyu

Enhancing Capacity for Emergency Evacuation through Resource Matching and Coordinated Volunteerism

Daniel Baldwin Hess, Brian Conley, Christina Farrell
2014 International Journal of Transportation  
An analysis of previous research suggests that this risk could be addressed by a volunteer-supported, community-based disaster organization coordinating regional multi-modal transportation resources for  ...  Many disaster-related large-scale evacuations occur each year, however, most local governments do not have the necessary resources, training or plans to transport individuals without a personal automobile  ...  Applying this model to multi-modal transportation support for disasters suggests a new organizational approach for enhancing community capacity to execute a large-scale evacuation.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijt.2014.2.3.03 fatcat:2dig7yb54bd37bliarzn4fp2fm

Long-term application potential of urban air mobility complementing public transport: an upper Bavaria example

K. O. Ploetner, C. Al Haddad, C. Antoniou, F. Frank, M. Fu, S. Kabel, C. Llorca, R. Moeckel, A. T. Moreno, A. Pukhova, R. Rothfeld, M. Shamiyeh (+3 others)
2020 CEAS Aeronautical Journal  
An incremental logit model for UAM was derived to simulate demand for this new mode. An airport access model was developed as well.  ...  In this paper, the required models and methods to analyze and quantify the potential demand for urban air mobility (UAM) complementing public transport and possible impacts were defined and applied to  ...  MITO model: https ://githu b.com/msmob ility /mito. MATSim UAM: https ://bauha usluf tfahr t.githu b.io/MATSi m-UAM/.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13272-020-00468-5 pmid:33403052 pmcid:PMC7456445 fatcat:zn6i3d225fhixg6yq65xg5tzki

Performance indicators for public transit connectivity in multi-modal transportation networks

Sabyasachee Mishra, Timothy F. Welch, Manoj K. Jha
2012 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice  
Jha) modal transit networks; providing an indicator of multi-level transit capacity for planning purposes; assessing the effectiveness and efficiency for node/stop prioritization; and making a user friendly  ...  The proposed analysis offers reliable indicators that can be used as tools for determining the transit connectivity of a multimodal transportation network.  ...  large multi-modal regional transit system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tra.2012.04.006 fatcat:hcwbbhbczreitdsohwca3gcavu

Can We Have Our Cake and Still Eat It? A Review of Flexibility in the Structural Spatial Development and Passenger Transport Relation in Developing Countries

Rogier Pennings, Bart Wiegmans, Tejo Spit
2020 Sustainability  
With growing urban populations, higher mobility needs, limited available space for transport infrastructure, and the increasing need for more attractive urban areas, these urban areas are faced with a  ...  The paper identifies the need for a better understanding of long-term flexibility in development options in order to make better future-proof decisions as a key research avenue, and sets a pathway to achieve  ...  Acknowledgments: We want to thank the reviewers for their valuable contribution to this paper. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12156091 fatcat:ltnyguknmnbath75wcfe66gcae

A GIS-based approach to evaluating environmental influences on active and public transport accessibility of university students

Khatun E. Zannat, Mohammed Sarfaraz Gani Adnan, Ashraf Dewan
2020 Journal of Urban Management  
The model was applied to the Grenoble metropolitan region of France, an area well-known for policies which promote active transport.  ...  Approximately 50% of the area of the Grenoble metropolitan region was defined as accessible and suitable ('moderate' to 'very high' degree) for active mobility.  ...  We owe much to Dr Sonia Chardonnel and Dr Isabelle Andre Poyaud of the research team: Villes & Territoires, Pacte, Laboratoire des science sociales, who provided access to a range of data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jum.2020.06.001 fatcat:tvplmdh4ojglpogebaet6xinj4
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