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  1. Amsterdam is a culturally rich city attracting millions of tourists. Popular activities in Amsterdam consist of museum visits and boat tours. By strategically combining them, this paper presents an innovative ...

    Authors: Helena Hang Rong, Wei Tu, Fábio Duarte and Carlo Ratti

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:63

    Content type: Original Paper

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  2. The objective of the paper is to analyse the potential of introducing High Capacity Transport (HCT) within a comprehensive line-haul network. Barriers and enablers have been identified, and a cost benefit mode...

    Authors: David Lindqvist, Marwan Salman and Rickard Bergqvist

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:60

    Content type: Original Paper

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  3. Pollution, traffic accidents, and congestion are huge problems in most urban areas. Autonomous and electric vehicles are leading our society to a new mobility model, also known as the New Era of Transportation...

    Authors: Efrén Alonso, Cristina Arpón, María González, Ramón Ángel Fernández and Mariano Nieto

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:59

    Content type: Original Paper

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  4. Costs related to road crashes represent an important societal burden. Additionally they constitute an essential input variable to assess the cost efficiency of road safety measures. While most attention is usu...

    Authors: Annelies Schoeters, Wim Wijnen, Laurent Carnis, Wendy Weijermars, Rune Elvik, Stijn Daniels and Heiko Johannsen

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:58

    Content type: Original Paper

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  5. Tourism is a key sector in the national economies, representing a real asset for increasing the competitiveness and the world-wide visibility of a Country. In Italy, the widespread diffusion of the tourist her...

    Authors: Pierluigi Coppola, Armando Carbone, Carmine Aveta and Piera Stangherlin

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:56

    Content type: Original Paper

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  6. Due to the menacing increase in the number of vehicles on a daily basis, abating road congestion is becoming a key challenge these years. To cope-up with the prevailing traffic scenarios and to meet the ever-i...

    Authors: Syed Shah Sultan Mohiuddin Qadri, Mahmut Ali Gökçe and Erdinç Öner

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:55

    Content type: Review

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  7. In recent years, power outages at airports caused total collapses of terminal operations at the affected airports. These incidents have shown that existing emergency power systems were not sufficient to mainta...

    Authors: Lisa-Marie Brause, Andrei Popa, Tobias Koch, Andreas Deutschmann and Martin Hellmann

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:54

    Content type: Original Paper

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  8. Designing emotion-aware systems has become a manageable aim through recent developments in computer vision and machine learning. In the context of driver behaviour, especially negative emotions like frustratio...

    Authors: Esther Bosch, Klas Ihme, Uwe Drewitz, Meike Jipp and Michael Oehl

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:52

    Content type: Original Paper

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  9. The introduction of a carbon tax on passenger transport is currently being discussed in Germany. Various stakeholders favour a consumption-based, revenue-neutral carbon tax with a uniform lump-sum offset for p...

    Authors: Christine Eisenmann, Felix Steck, Lars Hedemann, Barbara Lenz and Florian Koller

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:51

    Content type: Original Paper

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  10. The intersection traffic signal control problem (ITSCP) has become even more important as traffic congestion has been more intractable. The ITSCP seeks an efficient schedule for traffic signal settings at inte...

    Authors: Myungeun Eom and Byung-In Kim

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:50

    Content type: Review

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  11. The purpose of this paper is to present the impact assessment results of Mobility as a Service pilots based on public-private collaboration. In the pilots, companies and local and regional stakeholders joined ...

    Authors: Jenni Eckhardt, Arttu Lauhkonen and Aki Aapaoja

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:49

    Content type: Original Paper

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    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2020 12:53

  12. Autonomous cars could make traffic safer, more convenient, efficient and sustainable. They promise the convenience of a personal taxi, without the need for a human driver. Artificial intelligence would operate...

    Authors: Fabian Utesch, Alexander Brandies, Paulin Pekezou Fouopi and Caroline Schießl

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:48

    Content type: Review

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  13. In a context of decreasing resources and of climate change, lowering road vehicles consumption is a key point to meet CO2 reduction requirements. In addition to car technological advances, eco-driving is part of ...

    Authors: Alex Coiret, Emir Deljanin and Pierre-Olivier Vandanjon

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:41

    Content type: Original Paper

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  14. Cities all around the world are observing increasing levels of urban freight activities owing to the growth of internet shopping combined to the traditional distribution to shops, creating additional problems ...

    Authors: Marco Diana, Miriam Pirra and Andree Woodcock

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:40

    Content type: Original Paper

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  15. For assessing the desirability and feasibility of major transport projects decision makers often recur to ex-ante evaluation methods such as cost-benefit analysis or multi-criteria analysis. In these methods p...

    Authors: Geert te Boveldt, Imre Keseru and Cathy Macharis

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:38

    Content type: Original Paper

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  16. Modern urban-transport planning requires evidence-based insights into current transport flows to better understand the needs and impacts of policymaking. Urban transport includes passenger and freight vehicles...

    Authors: Sheida Hadavi, Heleen Buldeo Rai, Sara Verlinde, He Huang, Cathy Macharis and Tias Guns

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:37

    Content type: Original Paper

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  17. New forms of shared mobility such as free-floating car-sharing services and shared automated vehicles have the potential to change urban travel behaviour. In this paper, we identify potential user classes for ...

    Authors: Konstanze Winter, Oded Cats, Karel Martens and Bart van Arem

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:36

    Content type: Original Paper

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  18. Alcohol is the most frequent detected substance in the automobile fatal crashes but its precise mode of action on mental state is not always clear, notably when combined with lack of driving experience. The ai...

    Authors: Catherine Berthelon and Edith Galy

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:35

    Content type: Original Paper

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  19. Given the inconsistent application of various road markings on Czech rural roads, there is a question “How does road marking in horizontal curves influence driving behaviour?” The study objective was to assess...

    Authors: Pavel Havránek, Robert Zůvala, Jakub Špaňhel, Adam Herout, Veronika Valentová and Jiří Ambros

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:33

    Content type: Original Paper

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  20. The objective of this paper is to study 1) do people living in certain residential environments express more dissatisfaction with general functionality and safety of travel, 2) is dissatisfaction with general ...

    Authors: Hanne Tiikkaja, Heikki Liimatainen and Markus Pöllänen

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:32

    Content type: Original Paper

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  21. Key to understanding the needs and building road infrastructure management tools to prevent and mitigate run-off-road accidents is to identify hazards and their sources which are a result of wrong design, cons...

    Authors: Marcin Budzynski, Kazimierz Jamroz, Krzysztof Wilde, Wojciech Witkowski, Lukasz Jelinski and Dawid Bruski

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:30

    Content type: Original Paper

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  22. The aim of the study was to examine the prevalence of pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries (MAIS3+) in traffic, and to identify differences in the factors associated with the injury severities. The study...

    Authors: Fanny Malin, Anne Silla and Miloš N. Mladenović

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:29

    Content type: Original Paper

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

    Authors: Giovanni Calabrò, Vincenza Torrisi, Giuseppe Inturri and Matteo Ignaccolo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:28

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in European Transport Research Review 2020 12:21

  24. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is a service that supports customers’ transportation needs by providing information and ticketing for a multitude of transport modes in one interface; thus, buy potentially fosteri...

    Authors: Raphael Hoerler, Anna Stünzi, Anthony Patt and Andrea Del Duce

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:27

    Content type: Original Paper

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  25. Current statistics show that distraction is a central cause of traffic accidents. Safety systems with distance control currently available on the market have great potential for preventing accidents and signif...

    Authors: Betina Weber, Manfred Dangelmaier, Frederik Diederichs and Dieter Spath

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:26

    Content type: Original Paper

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  26. In the original publication of this article [1], the whole Abstract section is revised as below. This is an error caused during the production stage.

    Authors: Michail Makridis, Ludovic Leclercq, Konstantinos Mattas and Biagio Ciuffo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:24

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in European Transport Research Review 2020 12:15

  27. To improve safety and address current employment challenges in the waterborne transport sector, the VT concept is developed. The VT is a vessel platooning concept that is semi-autonomous. The VT is composed by...

    Authors: Hilde Meersman, Eleni Moschouli, Loghman NanwayBoukani, Christa Sys, Edwin van Hassel, Thierry Vanelslander and Eddy Van de Voorde

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:23

    Content type: Original Paper

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  28. The shipping industry has grown spectacularly during the last 50 years transporting nowadays, approximately, the 80–90% of goods worldwide. However, maritime transport remains a highly inefficient industry. On...

    Authors: Jordi Arjona Aroca, José Andrés Giménez Maldonado, Gabriel Ferrús Clari, Nuria Alonso i García, Lucía Calabria and Jorge Lara

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:22

    Content type: Original Paper

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  29. This paper presents the first results of an agent-based model aimed at solving a Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem (CVRP) for inbound logistics using a novel Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) algorithm, develope...

    Authors: Giovanni Calabrò, Vincenza Torrisi, Giuseppe Inturri and Matteo Ignaccolo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:21

    Content type: Original Paper

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    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2020 12:28

  30. Travel demand and travel satisfaction of a transport service are affected by user perceptions of the service quality attributes, and such perceptions should be included in studying user willingness-to-pay (WTP...

    Authors: Pei Nen Esther Chee, Yusak O. Susilo, Yiik Diew Wong and Anna Pernestål

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:20

    Content type: Original Paper

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  31. This study aims to examine to what extent sustainability has been incorporated into assessments of road infrastructure projects. It identifies promising approaches that include indicators reflecting core susta...

    Authors: Gede B. Suprayoga, Martha Bakker, Patrick Witte and Tejo Spit

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:19

    Content type: Original Paper

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  32. Surging acceptance of adaptive cruise control (ACC) across the globe is further escalating concerns over its energy impact. Two questions have directed much of this project: how to distinguish ACC driving beha...

    Authors: Yinglong He, Michail Makridis, Georgios Fontaras, Konstantinos Mattas, Hongming Xu and Biagio Ciuffo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:17

    Content type: Original Paper

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  33. The study investigated how a speed warning system influence drivers’ speedometer monitoring, and how drivers respond when they receive a speed warning. With a speed warning system, drivers may pay more attenti...

    Authors: Esko Lehtonen, Neha Malhotra, Nicola J. Starkey and Samuel G. Charlton

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:16

    Content type: Original Paper

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  34. This work presents a microsimulation study on the topic on an uphill network, regarding the potential impact of AVs and Cooperative-AVs (Coop-AVs or CAVs), vehicles able to cooperate with the infrastructure. T...

    Authors: Michail Makridis, Ludovic Leclercq, Konstantinos Mattas and Biagio Ciuffo

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:15

    Content type: Original Paper

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    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2020 12:24

  35. Finnish government allowed in October 2013 operating high capacity vehicles (HCV) with a maximum weight limit of 76 t on Finnish roads. An analysis on how HCVs have affected the Finnish road freight transport ...

    Authors: Heikki Liimatainen, Markus Pöllänen and Lasse Nykänen

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:14

    Content type: Original Paper

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