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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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

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

  15. 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
  16. Automated driving will be of high value in the future. While in partial-automated driving the driver must always monitor the traffic situation, a paradigm shift is taking place in the case of conditional autom...

    Authors: Andreas Lars Müller, Natacha Fernandes-Estrela, Ruben Hetfleisch, Lukas Zecha and Bettina Abendroth
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:16
  17. The first wave of COVID-19 pandemic period has drastically changed people’s lives all over the world. To cope with the disruption, digital solutions have become more popular. However, the ability to adopt digi...

    Authors: Elisa Bin, Claudia Andruetto, Yusak Susilo and Anna Pernestål
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:14
  18. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Hitesh C. Boghani, Ramakrishnan Ambur, Marcelo Blumenfeld, Louis Saade, Roger M. Goodall, Christopher P. Ward, Otto Plášek, Neil Gofton, Miquel Morata, Clive Roberts and Roger Dixon
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:11

    The original article was published in European Transport Research Review 2021 13:6

  19. The COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to combat it led to severe constraints for various areas of life, including mobility. To study the effects of this disruptive situation on the mobility behaviour of...

    Authors: Juliane Anke, Angela Francke, Lisa-Marie Schaefer and Tibor Petzoldt
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:10
  20. Cars have a high share of global transport-related CO2 emissions. To model the market diffusion of new energy carriers and powertrains like electric vehicles, fleet turnover models are commonly used. A decisive i...

    Authors: Maximilian Held, Nicolas Rosat, Gil Georges, Hermann Pengg and Konstantinos Boulouchos
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:9

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2021 13:18

  21. This study conducts an across-the-board comparative analysis of the impact of the main measures used by the 10 leading maritime nations of the EU on the relative competitiveness of the fleets that they control...

    Authors: Javier Bilbao-Ubillos, Ana Fernández-Sainz and Rosa Payán-Azkue
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:7
  22. Despite their important role in railway operations, switches and crossings (S&C) have changed little since their conception over a century ago. It stands now that the existing designs for S&C are reaching thei...

    Authors: Hitesh C. Boghani, Ramakrishnan Ambur, Marcelo Blumenfeld, Louis Saade, Roger M. Goodall, Christopher P. Ward, Otto Plášek, Neil Gofton, Miquel Morata, Clive Roberts and Roger Dixon
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2021 13:11

  23. An intersection is an area with more energy consumption and emissions by motor vehicles, and the energy consumption and emissionsof vehicles at intersections should be reduced in road planning and traffic cont...

    Authors: Hong-Xing Zhao, Rui-Chun He and Na Yin
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:5
  24. A fully electrified transport chain offers considerable potential for CO2 savings. In this paper, we examine the conditions necessary to introduce a fully electrified, large-scale, high-speed rail freight transpo...

    Authors: Mathias Boehm, Marlin Arnz and Joachim Winter
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:4
  25. The primary goals of this research is (i) to derive direct and cross demand market response functions for automobile powertrains and their energy carriers and (ii) to assess how CO2 emissions from automobiles dep...

    Authors: Lasse Fridstrøm and Vegard Østli
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:3
  26. Technological advancements in the field of transportation are gradually enabling cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM). The progress in information and communication technology (ICT) has provide...

    Authors: Evangelos Mintsis, Eleni I. Vlahogianni, Evangelos Mitsakis and Seckin Ozkul
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:2
  27. In the near future, automated vehicles will drive on public roads together with traditional vehicles. Even though almost the whole academia agrees on that statement, the possible interferences between the two ...

    Authors: Serio Angelo Maria Agriesti, Marco Ponti, Giovanna Marchionni and Paolo Gandini
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2021 13:1
  28. Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a new transport concept which integrates, manages, and distributes private and public mobility alternatives by using intelligent digital technologies. Recently, research and imp...

    Authors: Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, Tamás Kerényi, Tamás Mátrai and Attila Aba
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:67
  29. Port State Control (PSC) is a vital element of sustainable maritime transportation. Inspections of PSC regimes have been ensuring the continuity of the global supply chain as they enforce shipping to implement...

    Authors: Efe Akyurek and Pelin Bolat
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:66
  30. The present study aims to investigate user attitudes and behaviour when users interact with a corporate multimodal mobility sharing system, consisting of battery electric vehicles (BEVs), pedelecs (i.e. electr...

    Authors: Madlen Günther, Benjamin Jacobsen, Marco Rehme, Uwe Götze and Josef F. Krems
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2020 12:64
  31. 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
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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

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