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  1. Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) or similar documents from 17 European capitals (published between 2010 and 2021) and the European SUMP guidelines have been analysed to understand how cities shape mobi...

    Authors: András Munkácsy, Dávid Földes, Márk Miskolczi and Melinda Jászberényi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:29
  2. The paper reports findings from a study that examining how cross-platform social media analysis can help to map the digital discourse on sustainable mobility and sustainable transport, and enhance the understa...

    Authors: Michael Stiebe
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:28
  3. Ensuring the reliability of railway transportation is heavily dependent on the quality of its infrastructure. In this regard, renewal and maintenance of the railway track infrastructure, referred to as trackwo...

    Authors: Daria Ivina and Zhenliang Ma
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:27
  4. For many years Norway has been in the forefront of promoting electromobility. Today, Norway has the world’s highest per capita fleet of plug-in electric cars. In 2021, 1.6% of the cars in the EU fleet were plu...

    Authors: Paul Pfaffenbichler, Nils Fearnley, Erik Figenbaum and Günter Emberger
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:26
  5. Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAVs) are expected to have a transformative role in future transportation systems, by reducing vehicle ownership, helping in alleviating congestion, improving accessibility and traf...

    Authors: Christos Karolemeas, Stefanos Tsigdinos, Evi Moschou and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:25
  6. Shared e-scooter systems have become an alternative for micromobility users in cities since 2017. The success of the shared e-scooter service can be related to the provision of more last-mile flexibility and c...

    Authors: Gabriel Dias, Paulo Ribeiro and Elisabete Arsenio
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:20
  7. This study assesses patterns of victimisation and safety perceptions among passengers using railway stations across neighbouring municipalities in Sweden. Exploratory data analysis and logistic regression mode...

    Authors: Vania Ceccato, Catherine Sundling and Gabriel Gliori
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:21
  8. On-street parking is a commonly used form of parking facility as part of transportation infrastructure. However, the emergence of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) is expected to significantly impact pa...

    Authors: Hua Sha, Rajae Haouari, Mohit Kumar Singh, Evita Papazikou, Mohammed Quddus, Amna Chaudhry, Pete Thomas and Andrew Morris
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:18

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2024 16:24

  9. “Car dependence” emerges as an academic concept supported by decades of multidisciplinary research, which aims to understand the factors that drive car-based choices. The variety of approaches and indicators u...

    Authors: Jaime Sierra Muñoz, Louison Duboz, Paola Pucci and Biagio Ciuffo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:17
  10. The “MyFairShare” project develops fair CO2 mobility budgets for individuals. Here, “fairness” mainly depends on the people’s location as everyone should be able to access all destinations necessary to perform ev...

    Authors: Daniel Krajzewicz, Christian Rudloff, Markus Straub and Alexandra Millonig
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:16
  11. A rail passenger delay compensation scheme aiming at improving attractiveness of rail services and providing minimum customer service standards for delayed passengers operates in the European Union and Great B...

    Authors: Kacper Rossa, Andrew S. J. Smith, Richard P. Batley and Phillip Hudson
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:15
  12. Motorway incidents are frequent & varied in nature. Incident management on motorways is critical for both driver safety & road network operation. The expected duration of an incident is a key parameter in the ...

    Authors: Robert Corbally, Linhao Yang and Abdollah Malekjafarian
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:14
  13. Digital technologies in, on, and around bicycles and cyclists are gaining ground. Collectively called Smart Cycling Technologies (SCTs), it is important to evaluate their impact on subjective cycling experienc...

    Authors: Mario Boot, Mehmet Baran Ulak, Karst T. Geurs and Paul J. M. Havinga
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:13
  14. Cities around the world are trying to understand if and how to regulate urban mobility in a way that stimulates innovation and supports business while also promoting public values and accelerating a sustainabi...

    Authors: Erika Kriukelyte, Jana Sochor and Anna Kramers
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:11
  15. Transport is a notable source of greenhouse gas emissions. While the mobility habits of people have an effect on a large share of the emissions, the development of the car fleet also plays a major role. In thi...

    Authors: Riku Viri and Johanna Mäkinen
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:10
  16. The Space–Time Accessibility (STA) model is broadly used to measure person-based accessibility based on the space, time, and transport constraints experienced at the individual level in connection to the actua...

    Authors: Alberto Dianin, Michael Gidam, Georg Hauger and Elisa Ravazzoli
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:9
  17. Over the last decades, the analysis of mode choice preferences has become a vital aspect of enhancing the quality of public transport services. Most papers aim to derive conclusions from large-scale surveys. H...

    Authors: Laila Oubahman, Szabolcs Duleba and Domokos Esztergár-Kiss
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:8
  18. This research studies how recent Finnish smart mobility innovation projects have addressed sustainability in their objectives. A framework and a coding scheme were built upon scientific literature and was used...

    Authors: Valtteri Ahonen, Shahid Hussain, Virve Merisalo, Veikko Pekkala and Pekka Leviäkangas
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:7
  19. The application of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques may lead to significant improvements in different aspects of rail sector. Considering asset management and maintenance, AI can improve data analysis a...

    Authors: Alice Consilvio, Giulia Vignola, Paula López Arévalo, Federico Gallo, Marco Borinato and Carlo Crovetto
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:6
  20. The concept and potential of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has been the subject of significant debate in academia and industry for nearly a decade. There are several city-based Mobility as a Service (MaaS) pilo...

    Authors: Jenny Milne, Mark Beecroft, John D. Nelson, Philip Greening, Caitlin Cottrill and Steve Wright
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:5

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2024 16:31

  21. This literature review investigates how self-driving autonomous delivery robots (ADRs) impact last-mile deliveries, add value to the logistics and transport industry, and contribute to creating competitive bus...

    Authors: Elin Alverhed, Simon Hellgren, Hanna Isaksson, Lisa Olsson, Hanna Palmqvist and Jonas Flodén
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:4
  22. Shared travel offers an important way to increase the accessibility of rail services. However, providing an integrated shared travel capability for rail travel is both a conceptual and technical challenge. Thi...

    Authors: David Golightly, Emiliano Altobelli, Nicola Bassi, Petr Buchníček, Cristian Consonni, Petra Juránková, Lambros Mitropoulos, Giuseppe Rizzi, Matteo Rossi, Maria Scrocca, Eetu Rutanen, Annie Kortsari and Harris Niavis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:3
  23. Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has recently gained popularity as an opportunity to encourage a more sustainable mobility model and improve urban liveability. Today, it is still uncertain if travellers are willin...

    Authors: Iria Lopez-Carreiro, Andres Monzon and Elena Lopez
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:2
  24. In the rapidly evolving global marketplace, the logistics sector faces a multitude of challenges that demand implementation of more resilient solutions to respond to any future disturbance. Synchromodal transp...

    Authors: Shafagh Alaei, Javier Durán-Micco and Cathy Macharis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2024 16:1
  25. The specific features and requirements of island regions and rural areas make Mobility as a Service (MaaS) an attractive and evolving concept in the realm of Intercity/Rural/Island transportation. The primary ...

    Authors: Georgios Papaioannou, Amalia Polydoropoulou, Athena Tsirimpa and Ioanna Pagoni
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:48
  26. In recent years, the promotion and use of public transport (PT) has become key to overcoming the negative impacts of mobility, such as traffic congestion, high pollution (GHG), and traffic accidents. Improving...

    Authors: Shireen Al Suleiman, Adriana Cortez, Andrés Monzón and Antonio Lara
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:47
  27. Urban mobility contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions and comes with negative social impacts for various groups, such as limited accessibility to opportunity or basic services. Transitions towar...

    Authors: Tjark Gall, Sebastian Hörl, Flore Vallet and Bernard Yannou
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:45
  28. Citizens participate in various activities to fulfill their needs, advance their socio-economic status, and enhance their well-being through social and health-related engagements. However, activity participati...

    Authors: Lídia Montero, Lucía Mejía-Dorantes and Jaume Barceló
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:44
  29. Multimodal Freight Transport (MFT) has been introduced as a solution for reducing the external costs of freight transport while achieving cost improvements. Despite the MFT benefits, its share has been low in ...

    Authors: Ahmed Karam, Anders Julius Klejs Jensen and Mohamed Hussein
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:43
  30. The paper introduces a high level speed control method for the coordination of multiple autonomous vehicles (AVs) in roundabout scenarios. The aim of the control method is to guarantee collision-free motion of...

    Authors: Zsófia Farkas, Balázs Németh, András Mihály and Péter Gáspár
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:42
  31. There is currently a lack of studies exploring how transport investments and school admission policies in a city can affect the distribution of accessibility to schools. The aim of this study is to investigate...

    Authors: Aaron Nichols and Jean Ryan
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:41
  32. The positive effects that Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is envisioned to have on transport can only be reaped if people are using MaaS. Yet, the understanding of the user perspective on MaaS is incomplete and p...

    Authors: Göran Smith, David A. Hensher, Chinh Ho and Camila Balbontin
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:40
  33. Demerit points systems (DPS) have been used in many countries as a means for improving road safety, by monitoring traffic law violations of drivers and applying corrective measures to repeat offenders, while k...

    Authors: Victoria Gitelman, Etti Doveh, Anna Korchatov, Wafa Elias and Shalom Hakkert
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:39
  34. Last-mile delivery by drone is expected to be a promising innovation for future urban logistics. However, in addition to adoption of services by customers, leveraging this delivery method will depend essential...

    Authors: Robin Kellermann, Tobias Biehle and Hamid Mostofi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:38
  35. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) system is regarded as one of the emerging solutions to offer integrated, seamless, and flexible multi-modal mobility services as an alternative to privately owned mobility resource...

    Authors: Carolina Cisterna, Negarsadat Madani, Claudia Bandiera, Francesco Viti and Mario Cools
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:37
  36. The smart city concept is being viewed as part of the urban future, integrating technological advances, multi-sectorial collaboration, and innovative open markets with strategic goals and ambitions to achieve ...

    Authors: Daniela Müller-Eie and Ioannis Kosmidis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:36
  37. Preventing fatal traffic accidents towards Vision Zero is a challenge for the society. The collection of critical events from video recorded traffic data is of essential value for a better understanding on how...

    Authors: Juan Trullos, Meng Zhang, Marek Junghans and Kay Gimm
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:35
  38. Since air pollution and physical inactivity pose major public health risks, switching from cars to alternatives like public transport, cycling, and walking is important. Therefore, it is beneficial to identify...

    Authors: Pascal Kemmerer, Benedikt Brach, Thomas Kubiak, Susanne Singer and Emilio A. L. Gianicolo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:34

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2024 16:23

  39. Many regions worldwide are struggling to create a mode shift from private cars to more sustainable transport modes. While there are many reviews regarding travellers’ preferences and travel mode choices, there...

    Authors: Jessica Göransson and Henrik Andersson
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:32

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