Integrating Mobility on Demand in Urban Transport Infrastructures (iMoD)
Grant number: LP120200130 | Funding period: 2012 - 2016
Australia’s major cities are substantially challenged for public transport services due to the dispersed and low population densities, and thus, roads are at or beyond their capacity. Smarter demand-responsive public transport services are therefore needed. This project studies the viability of such a service under a variety of scenarios.
Related publications (22)
Real-world meeting points for shared demand-responsive transportation systems
Paul Czioska, Ronny Kutadinata, Aleksandar Trifunovic, Stephan Winter, Monika Sester, Bernhard Friedrich
While shared demand-responsive transportation (SDRT) systems mostly operate on a door-to-door policy, the usage of meeting points ..
Synthesizing Attributes of Unchosen Alternatives in a Mode Choice Model using an Agent-based Model and Web-based Multimodal Trip Planners
Stephan Winter, Zahra Navidi, Meead Saberi
The paper aims to investigate the application of agent-based simulation and web-based routing applications in synthesizing the att..