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  1. Transport infrastructure such as railways, motorways and arterial roads increases regional accessibility for motorised transport but simultaneously can create barriers in local street networks that can decreas...

    Authors: Job van Eldijk, Jorge Gil and Lars Marcus

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:1

    Content type: Original Paper

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  2. We aimed to quantify, through simulations using real crash data, the number of potentially avoided crashes following different replacement levels of light vehicles by level-5 automated light vehicles (AVs).

    Authors: Claire Pilet, Céline Vernet and Jean-Louis Martin

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:65

    Content type: Original Paper

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  3. Worldwide cities are establishing efforts to collect urban traffic data from various modes and sources. Integrating traffic data, together with their situational context, offers more comprehensive views on the...

    Authors: Carlos Lemonde, Elisabete Arsenio and Rui Henriques

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:64

    Content type: Original Paper

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  4. Although the pedestrian deaths have been declining in recent years, the pedestrian-vehicle death rate in Croatia is still pretty high. This study intended to explore the injury severity of pedestrian-vehicle c...

    Authors: Željko Šarić, Xuecai Xu, Daiquan Xiao and Joso Vrkljan

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:63

    Content type: Original Paper

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  5. Digitalization has an impact on all domains of maritime transport and logistics. Ports’ ability to act as a part of digital networks and information chains is vital for its competitiveness. This requires means...

    Authors: Olli-Pekka Brunila, Vappu Kunnaala-Hyrkki and Tommi Inkinen

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:62

    Content type: Original Paper

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  6. European cities are placing a larger emphasis on urban data consolidation and analysis for optimizing public transport in response to changing urban mobility dynamics. Despite the existing efforts, traffic dat...

    Authors: Sofia Cerqueira, Elisabete Arsenio and Rui Henriques

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:60

    Content type: Original Paper

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  7. Increasing numbers of deployment projects of automated shuttles have been taking place worldwide. Safety is one of the main concerns for their successful implementation. Therefore, it is vital to gain the know...

    Authors: Petr Pokorny, Belma Skender, Torkel Bjørnskau and Marjan P. Hagenzieker

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:59

    Content type: Original Paper

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  8. This paper compares a hybrid traffic flow model with benchmark macroscopic and microscopic models. The proposed hybrid traffic flow model may be applied considering a mixed traffic flow and is based on the com...

    Authors: Facundo Storani, Roberta Di Pace, Francesca Bruno and Chiara Fiori

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:58

    Content type: Original Paper

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  9. Although people and smartphones have become almost inseparable, especially during travel, smartphones still represent a small fraction of a complex multi-sensor platform enabling the passive collection of user...

    Authors: Valentino Servizi, Francisco C. Pereira, Marie K. Anderson and Otto A. Nielsen

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:57

    Content type: Review

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  10. First/last mile transport is essential for transit but is often found to be the weakest link in a trip. Moreover, as a result of multiple developments (e.g. demographic shifts, urbanization, climate change, te...

    Authors: Bas Stam, Niels van Oort, Hilke J. van Strijp-Harms, Stefan C. van der Spek and Serge P. Hoogendoorn

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:56

    Content type: Original Paper

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  11. The current deployment of e-bikes in large cities all over the world raises new road safety problems. The shared features of e-bikes and other types of two-wheelers, notably in terms of size and maneuverabilit...

    Authors: Isabelle Ragot-Court, Carole Rodon, Pierre Van Elslande and Jian Zhuo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:55

    Content type: Original Paper

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  12. A significant mode shift will be required in order to meet the ambitious greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets in Germany and elsewhere. Such a mode shift can only be achieved by a combination of drastic ...

    Authors: Tudor Mocanu, Jigeeshu Joshi and Christian Winkler

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:54

    Content type: Original Paper

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  13. In the freight transport sector, competing companies horizontally collaborate through establishing Collaborative Transport Networks (CTNs). Fruitful implementation of CTNs will leverage environmental and socio...

    Authors: Ahmed Karam, Kristian Hegner Reinau and Christian Richter Østergaard

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:53

    Content type: Review

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  14. The internship period of the Swedish train driver education was examined in terms of which types of situations can be sufficiently encountered in order to develop expertise to handle them safely and efficientl...

    Authors: Niklas Olsson, Björn Lidestam and Birgitta Thorslund

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:52

    Content type: Original Paper

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  15. Research has found strong relationships between access to transport, accessibility of activities, and subjective well-being (SWB), and society is said to be car dependent. Accordingly, this study investigates,...

    Authors: Jonna Nyberg, Gunilla Björklund, Åsa Aretun, Hans-Yngve Berg and Thomas Strandberg

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:51

    Content type: Original Paper

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  16. When introducing new mobility offers or measures to influence traffic, stated preference (SP) surveys are often used to assess their impact. In SP surveys, respondents do not answer questions about their actua...

    Authors: Christian Rudloff and Markus Straub

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:49

    Content type: Original Paper

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  17. In a context of increasing automation of road transport, many researchers have been dedicated to analyse the risks and safety implications of resuming the manual control of a vehicle after a period of automate...

    Authors: Sónia Soares, António Lobo, Sara Ferreira, Liliana Cunha and António Couto

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:47

    Content type: Review

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  18. The purpose of this study is to analyse what factors that explain individual differences in walking and cycling when commuting in different parts of Sweden. Walking and cycling is potentially accessible all ov...

    Authors: Kristina Ek, Linda Wårell and Linda Andersson

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:46

    Content type: Original Paper

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  19. Despite substantial investment in step-free access at UK railway stations, persons with reduced mobility (PRMs) continue to travel less than their able-bodied counterparts and little is known about the value o...

    Authors: Antony Swift, Long Cheng, Becky P. Y. Loo, Mengqiu Cao and Frank Witlox

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:45

    Content type: Original Paper

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  20. This study identifies and compares perceptions of autonomous vehicle (AV) implementation among three Swedish stakeholder groups: Future Users, Urban Planners, and Developers.

    Authors: Helena Strömberg, Érika Martins Silva Ramos, MariAnne Karlsson, Mikael Johansson, Fredrick Ekman, Lars-Ola Bligård and Cecilia Jakobsson Bergstad

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:44

    Content type: Original Paper

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  21. Last-mile delivery (LMD) is becoming more and more demanding due to an increasing number of users and traffic problems in cities. Besides, medical crises (like the COVID-19 outbreak) and air pollution represen...

    Authors: Vladimir Simić, Dragan Lazarević and Momčilo Dobrodolac

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:43

    Content type: Original Paper

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  22. With the steady growth of trade between China and Europe, the number of trains in CHINA RAILWAY Express has steadily increased under the Belt and Road Initiative. By the end of 2019, more than 21,000 trains ha...

    Authors: Yinying Tang, Si Chen, Yuan Feng and Xinglong Zhu

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:42

    Content type: Original Paper

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  23. Many municipalities aim to support the uptake of cycling as an environmentally friendly and healthy mode of transport. It is therefore crucial to meet the demand of cyclists when adapting road infrastructure. ...

    Authors: Michael Hardinghaus and Simon Nieland

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:41

    Content type: Original Paper

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  24. A centre-periphery structure reflects spatial inequalities in the level of economic development of countries and regions. Most often, it provides a simplified picture of spatial distribution of income or spati...

    Authors: Bartłomiej Kołsut and Tadeusz Stryjakiewicz

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:40

    Content type: Original Paper

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  25. Travel surveys show that the amount of private car driving in Norway has increased significantly since the mid-1980s. Private car driving has for a long time been the main mode of transport for retail and serv...

    Authors: Lillian Sve Rokseth, Eva Heinen, Espen Aukrust Hauglin, Tobias Nordström and Bendik Manum

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:39

    Content type: Original Paper

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  26. Cities throughout the world have increasingly promoted walking and cycling as healthy and sustainable modes of travel. However, collisions between pedestrians and cyclists have remained largely unstudied, and ...

    Authors: Johannes Mesimäki and Juha Luoma

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:38

    Content type: Original Paper

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  27. The aim of this paper is to detect port maritime communities sharing similar international trade patterns, by a modelisation of maritime traffic using a bipartite weighted network, providing decision-makers th...

    Authors: Nicanor García, Belarmino Adenso-Díaz and Laura Calzada-Infante

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:36

    Content type: Original Paper

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  28. The car has so far played an important role for transporting goods. However, new services emerging from e-commerce may increasingly reduce its relevance as the transporting of goods might no longer be a reason...

    Authors: Lisa Bönisch, Sascha von Behren, Bastian Chlond and Peter Vortisch

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:35

    Content type: Original Paper

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  29. Ridesourcing services have become popular recently and play a crucial role in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) offers. With their increasing importance, the need arises to integrate them into travel demand models ...

    Authors: Gabriel Wilkes, Lars Briem, Michael Heilig, Tim Hilgert, Martin Kagerbauer and Peter Vortisch

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:34

    Content type: Original Paper

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  30. The paper presents a simulation model for freight. In the paper, this model is applied to understand the impacts of electric vans and cargo bikes for the last-mile delivery of parcels. Cargo bikes are electric...

    Authors: Carlos Llorca and Rolf Moeckel

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:33

    Content type: Original Paper

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  31. This paper provides insight into the opportunity offered by shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) to improve urban populations’ spatial equity in accessibility. It provides a concrete implementation model for SAVs...

    Authors: Norman Eppenberger and Maximilian Alexander Richter

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:32

    Content type: Original Paper

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  32. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed travel behaviour and reduced the use of public transport throughout the world, but the reduction has not been uniform. In this study we analyse the propensity to stop travelli...

    Authors: Erik Almlöf, Isak Rubensson, Matej Cebecauer and Erik Jenelius

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:31

    Content type: Original Paper

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  33. Urban safety performance functions are used to predict crash frequencies, mostly based on Negative Binomial (NB) count models. They could be differentiated for considering homogeneous subsets of segments/inter...

    Authors: Paolo Intini, Nicola Berloco, Gabriele Cavalluzzi, Dominique Lord, Vittorio Ranieri and Pasquale Colonna

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:30

    Content type: Original Paper

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  34. This paper endeavors to introduce a new approach to modal split estimation. In the frame of the research, a customized model of the recently created Best-Worst Method (BWM) is applied to evaluate mode choice a...

    Authors: Szabolcs Duleba, Sarbast Moslem and Domokos Esztergár-Kiss

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:29

    Content type: Original Paper

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  35. This paper reports a semi-systematic literature review, identifying research opportunities for more sustainable, receiver-led, inbound logistics flows to large Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

    Authors: Thomas H. Zunder

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:28

    Content type: Review

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  36. The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a great impact on all areas of the everyday life, including travel behaviour. Various measures that focus on restricting social contacts have been implement...

    Authors: Viktoriya Kolarova, Christine Eisenmann, Claudia Nobis, Christian Winkler and Barbara Lenz

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:27

    Content type: Original Paper

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  37. The COVID-19 pandemic is a new phenomenon and has affected the population’s lifestyle in many ways, such as panic buying (the so-called “hamster shopping”), adoption of home-office, and decline in retail shopp...

    Authors: Vishal Mahajan, Guido Cantelmo and Constantinos Antoniou

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:26

    Content type: Original Paper

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  38. The past years brought massive changes in the transport and mobility market, accompanied by the rise of concepts such as Mobility as a Service. An enormous increase in publications on this topic documents the ...

    Authors: Benjamin Maas

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:25

    Content type: Original Paper

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  39. COVID-19 pandemic is a challenge that the world had never encountered in the last 100 years. In order to mitigate its negative effects, governments worldwide took action by prohibiting at first certain activit...

    Authors: Ioannis Politis, Georgios Georgiadis, Anastasia Nikolaidou, Aristomenis Kopsacheilis, Ioannis Fyrogenis, Alexandros Sdoukopoulos, Eleni Verani and Efthymis Papadopoulos

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:21

    Content type: Original Paper

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  40. The COVID-19 crisis has meant a significant change in the lifestyle of millions of people worldwide. With a lockdown that lasted almost three months and an impulse to new normality, transport demand has suffer...

    Authors: Samir Awad-Núñez, Raky Julio, Juan Gomez, Borja Moya-Gómez and Julián Sastre González

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:20

    Content type: Original Paper

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  41. Autonomous solutions for transportation are emerging worldwide, and one of the sectors that will benefit the most from these solutions is the public transport by shifting toward the new paradigm of Mobility as...

    Authors: Mauro Bellone, Azat Ismailogullari, Tommi Kantala, Sami Mäkinen, Ralf-Martin Soe and Milla Åman Kyyrö

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:19

    Content type: Original Paper

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  42. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Maximilian Held, Nicolas Rosat, Gil Georges, Hermann Pengg and Konstantinos Boulouchos

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:18

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in European Transport Research Review 2021 13:9

  43. The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly led to some of the most revolutionary changes in private and professional life around the world. While the extent and duration of these changes are not certain, they have alre...

    Authors: Lena Winslott Hiselius and Peter Arnfalk

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:17

    Content type: Original Paper

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