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  1. Speed bumps are used as the main means of controlling vehicle speeds all over the world. It is not too infrequent, especially in the emerging economies, to have unmarked bumps that can be perilous for the pass...

    Authors: Abhijit Mukherjee and Subhra Majhi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:13
  2. The limited nature of oil, and hence aviation fuel is increasingly becoming a restraining factor for the air transport industry. Also, fuel efficiency is crucial for commercial air transport as fuel is one of ...

    Authors: Vedant Singh and Somesh K. Sharma
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:12
  3. Aeronautic transport has an effective necessity of reducing fuel consumption and emissions to deliver efficiency and competitiveness driven by today commercial and legislative requirements. Actual aircraft con...

    Authors: Michele Trancossi, Mauro Madonia, Antonio Dumas, Diego Angeli, Chris Bingham, Shyam Sumanta Das, Francesco Grimaccia, Jose Pascoa Marques, Eliana Porreca, Tim Smith, Paul Stewart, Maharshi Subhash, Anna Sunol and Dean Vucinic
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:11
  4. This paper explores what prompts some individuals to spend a significant amount of time travelling. In the literature, travel time tends to be regarded as useless, unproductive time and, in some cases, as the ...

    Authors: Iragaël Joly and Stéphanie Vincent-Geslin
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:10
  5. In the last decade or so several studies have looked into the impacts of transport infrastructure improvements on decreasing territorial disparities. In those studies population levels are usually assumed stat...

    Authors: Chris Jacobs-Crisioni, Filipe Batista e Silva, Carlo Lavalle, Claudia Baranzelli, Ana Barbosa and Carolina Perpiña Castillo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:9
  6. Stopping Sight Distance control of passing lanes of divided highways represents currently a discussion point among researchers. A 3-D approach to address the issue is accepted as the overall solution to the pr...

    Authors: Stergios Mavromatis, Fotis Mertzanis, Giorgos Kleioutis and Basil Psarianos
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:8
  7. Culture is put centre stage not only in contemporary social science, but also in safety research. In this paper we ask whether a safety culture exists in contemporary traffic systems across Europe and how it m...

    Authors: Christopher Schlembach, Gerald Furian and Christian Brandstätter
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2016 8:7
  8. Though studies show that arriving on-time is the service characteristic most valued by the air passengers and passenger service coordinators are consulted in the operation disruptions, passengers rarely drive ...

    Authors: Slavica Radivojevic and Olaf Milbredt
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 8:4
  9. The critical and follow-up headways are the two gap-acceptance parameters which explain the traffic interaction of a minor street vehicle when enters the roundabout, merging into or crossing one or more circul...

    Authors: Orazio Giuffrè, Anna Granà and Maria Luisa Tumminello
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 8:2
  10. Observer-rated sleepiness (ORS) based on video recordings of the driver’s face is often used when analysing naturalistic driving data. The aim of this study is to investigate if ORS ratings agree with subjecti...

    Authors: Christer Ahlstrom, Carina Fors, Anna Anund and David Hallvig
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:38
  11. Car-to-X Communications are envisioned to improve road safety, traffic efficiency, and information services through short-range and real-time systems. The enabling applications have varied requirements such as...

    Authors: Ana María Orozco, Sandra Céspedes, Roger Michoud and Gonzalo Llano
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:36
  12. Electric vehicles can be a successful mobility alternative, but several obstacles and challenges have to be overcome first. Especially the customers’ purchase decision determines whether an innovation like ele...

    Authors: Jan-André Bühne, Dana Gruschwitz, Jana Hölscher, Matthias Klötzke, Ulrike Kugler and Christoph Schimeczek
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:30
  13. This paper is concerned with incentives for the take-up and use of e-vehicles that are in place in different European countries. Especially, it analyses Norway and Austria, in order to establish and understand...

    Authors: Erik Figenbaum, Nils Fearnley, Paul Pfaffenbichler, Randi Hjorthol, Marika Kolbenstvedt, Reinhard Jellinek, Bettina Emmerling, G. Maarten Bonnema, Farideh Ramjerdi, Liva Vågane and Lykke Møller Iversen
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:28
  14. Navigation systems and green-driving advisory systems are now a common feature in modern vehicles. The interaction of drivers with such systems when driving must be considered to minimise distraction whilst ma...

    Authors: Andrew Morris, Steven Reed, Ruth Welsh, Laurie Brown and Stewart Birrell
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:26
  15. The commercial vehicle sector is characterized by high competitive pressure. Fuel consumption is one major factor that influences the transport efficiency and competitiveness of logistics companies. Therefore,...

    Authors: Daniel Heyes, Thomas J. Daun, Andreas Zimmermann and Markus Lienkamp
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:25
  16. This article focuses on a novel Advanced Train LocAtion Simulator (ATLAS) for on-board railway location using wireless communication technologies, such as satellite navigation and location based systems. ATLA...

    Authors: Jon Goya, Leticia Zamora-Cadenas, Saioa Arrizabalaga, Alfonso Brazález, Juan Meléndez and Jaizki Mendizabal
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:24
  17. Accessibility measurements are good tools for analysing the performance of possible policies on land use / transport / society systems. Until now, accessibility has been approached from a static perspective, e...

    Authors: Borja Moya-Gómez and Juan Carlos García-Palomares
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:20
  18. In order to offer attractive public transport services, transport operators depend on a clear understanding of travel behavior. Norwegian public transport operators, however, have less access to such data than...

    Authors: Kristin Ystmark Bjerkan and Marianne Elvsaas Nordtømme
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:19
  19. As well known, infrastructure endowment influences competitiveness of a region since the characteristics of a transport system in terms of capacity, connectivity, speeds, etc. determine the advantages/disadvan...

    Authors: F. Rotoli, E. Navajas Cawood and P. Christidis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:18
  20. Establishment-based freight surveys (EBFS) are a specific data collection process for urban freight operations. The focus of both this research, and of the data collection process, was to investigate vehicle a...

    Authors: André Romano Alho and João de Abreu e Silva
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:16

    The Erratum to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2015 7:27

  21. Many elderly people are affected by poverty. Furthermore, old-age poverty is likely to increase in the future. However, the everyday travel behaviour of disadvantaged elderly people is not a focus of German tr...

    Authors: Flemming Giesel and Katja Köhler
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:15
  22. In the airline industry the term load factor is defined as the percentage of seats filled by revenue passengers. The load factor is a metric that measures the airline’s capacity and demand management. This pap...

    Authors: Yohannes Yebabe Tesfay and Per Bjarte Solibakke
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:14
  23. The agencies responsible to operate and maintain airfields in developing countries manage the airfield pavements on need to do/ reactive basis instead of resorting to performance based preventive maintenance a...

    Authors: Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Bilal Khurshid, Shahid Iqbal and Abid Khan
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:13
  24. This paper presents a review, classification schemes, critique, a simple meta-analysis and future research implication of fuel consumption optimization (FCO) literature in the air transport sector. This review...

    Authors: Vedant Singh and Somesh Kumar Sharma
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:12
  25. In a transshipment problem all the sources and destinations can function in any direction thus transshipment is very useful to reduce the transportation cost. Sometimes, because of budget/political constraint,...

    Authors: Archana Khurana
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:11
  26. The International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) decision to lower the allowable amount of sulphur content in marine fuels to 0.1 % in the so-called Emission Control Areas (ECAs) beginning in 2015 has outraged ...

    Authors: Rickard Bergqvist, Marcus Turesson and Alexander Weddmark
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:10
  27. Modeling of train operations is helpful to plan railway corridor activities and optimize the use of resources. This paper models the train scheduling problem of a single line railway network with main concern ...

    Authors: Malik Muneeb Abid and Muhammad Babar Khan
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:3

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