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  1. Light electric vehicles (LEVs), such as e-bikes, e-scooters and electric two-wheelers, can potentially assist the transition to a sustainable transport system due to their low energy and spatial demands. This ...

    Authors: Johannes Mesimäki and Esko Lehtonen
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:33
  2. Gaze is the primary way for pedestrians to obtain clues from traffic scenes before making decisions. Therefore, understanding pedestrian gaze pattern is vital for traffic safety in general and for the design o...

    Authors: Qingxian Zhao, Xiangling Zhuang, Tong Zhang, Yunqi He and Guojie Ma
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:31
  3. Efficient traffic management is essential in modern urban areas. The development of intelligent traffic flow prediction systems can help to reduce travel times and maximize road capacity utilization. However, ...

    Authors: Gašper Petelin, Rok Hribar and Gregor Papa
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:30
  4. Since their introduction in 2019, the use of e-scooters has become widespread in Germany. Concerns about road safety, especially pedestrian safety, have arisen as the popularity of micro-mobility has grown. In...

    Authors: Juliane Anke, Madlen Ringhand, Tibor Petzoldt and Tina Gehlert
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:29
  5. The transition to carbon neutral mobility will require a lot of carbon neutral energy, but a lot of space as well. In many countries, it will be a challenge to find this space or to import enough energy. Land ...

    Authors: Stefan Bakker, Saeda Moorman, Marlinde Knoope and Maurits Terwindt
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:26
  6. This paper examines the ways an inter-municipality bus system for passengers improved its accessibility and affordability for end-users at regional level. Using archetype theory, we conducted a case-study in F...

    Authors: Jean C. Mutiganda, Matti Skoog and Eghosa Igudia
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:24
  7. Shifting cargo from roads to eco-friendly inland waterway transport (IWT) is an important step towards reaching the decarbonization goals defined by the European Green Deal. The rehabilitation of nautical bott...

    Authors: Bianca Duldner-Borca, Edwin van Hassel and Lisa-Maria Putz-Egger
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:23
  8. In Austria around 100 trams are involved in accidents with pedestrians every year. Since the service lives of trams are very high, the probabilities are also high that each tram on the network will be involved...

    Authors: Christian Lackner, Philipp Heinzl, Christoph Leo and Corina Klug
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:22
  9. An individual’s inability to fully participate in social life due to limited means of transport options, in short, transport poverty, is a common theme in contemporary transport planning. However, due to the l...

    Authors: Tom Verhorst, Xingxing Fu and Dea van Lierop
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:21
  10. Highway work zones are associated with significant adverse impacts on safety. Mitigating these impacts can be achieved by implementing several countermeasures. This paper uses controlled experiments in a drivi...

    Authors: Fadi Shahin, Wafa Elias and Tomer Toledo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:20
  11. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of agent-based models, focusing specifically on their application in urban transportation research. It identifies research gaps and chal...

    Authors: Faza Fawzan Bastarianto, Thomas O. Hancock, Charisma Farheen Choudhury and Ed Manley
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:19
  12. The classic accident reconstruction process is based on information recorded manually at the scene and gathered from witness statements. Liability cannot always be determined if no objective data are available...

    Authors: Gábor Vida and Árpád Török
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:17
  13. Railway operations are highly susceptible to delays and disruptions caused by various factors, such as technical issues, operational inefficiencies, and unforeseen events. To counter these delays and ensure ef...

    Authors: Bishal Sharma, Paola Pellegrini, Joaquin Rodriguez and Neeraj Chaudhary
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:14
  14. Pedestrian mobility remains neglected in MaaS solutions, yet it has the potential to become a tool for promoting public policies and more sustainable lifestyles away from excessive private car use. This resear...

    Authors: Laura Mariana Reyes Madrigal, Isabelle Nicolaï and Jakob Puchinger
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:13

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2023 15:18

  15. We benchmark three European microscopic simulation software’s ability to reproduce congested patterns at merges and diverges by comparing their macroscopic outputs to validated analytical formulations. The cap...

    Authors: Mathis Boukhellouf, Christine Buisson and Nicolas Chiabaut
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:12
  16. The availability of private vehicles with autonomous features is widespread nowadays. Various car manufacturers are providing attributes like collision warning, city automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruis...

    Authors: Muhammad Tabish Bilal and Davide Giglio
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:10
  17. Cycling has always been considered a sustainable and healthy mode of transport. With the increasing concerns of greenhouse gases and pollution, policy makers are intended to support cycling as commuter mode of...

    Authors: Shumayla Yaqoob, Salvatore Cafiso, Giacomo Morabito and Giuseppina Pappalardo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:9
  18. Cars are dominating urban traffic in cities around the world, even though daily trips in many cities are often realized with active modes of transportation or public transport. Urban transport planning process...

    Authors: Jan-Peter Glock and Julia Gerlach
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:7
  19. The current paper focuses on a comparative analysis of both public transport (PT) and private vehicle (PV) users’ perceptions on the quality of the service. To detect the key components of PT attributes a new ...

    Authors: Karzan Ismael, Domokos Esztergár-Kiss and Szabolcs Duleba
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:5
  20. Considered an essential link in the logistics chain, the port has undergone various restructurings and evolutions throughout generations. Many economic, socioeconomic, political, and environmental factors requ...

    Authors: Basma Belmoukari, Jean-François Audy and Pascal Forget
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:4

    The Correction to this article has been published in European Transport Research Review 2023 15:15

  21. In recent decades, cities worldwide are increasingly adopting vehicle access policies and technologies to alleviate the negative externalities related to high car use in the urban built environments. As such, ...

    Authors: Koos Fransen, Jente Versigghel, Daniel Guzman Vargas, Ivana Semanjski and Sidharta Gautama
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:3
  22. Time use during travel has been the subject of considerable research in recent years thanks to its crucial role in determining the utility of travel time. While most of these studies have documented the effect...

    Authors: Bhuvanachithra Chidambaram and Joachim Scheiner
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2023 15:1
  23. Active mobility and public transport are considered beneficial for health and wellbeing and valuable for climate change mitigation. However, cyclists and pedestrians have high air pollution and noise exposure ...

    Authors: Heike Marquart
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:49
  24. Platform-based fast delivery is developing rapidly in many cities across the world, especially in the food sector. Yet knowledge about the characteristics and the activity patterns of delivery couriers is scar...

    Authors: Anne Aguilera, Laetitia Dablanc, Camille Krier and Nicolas Louvet
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:45
  25. Deep transport decarbonisation requires not only technological measures, but also large-scale changes towards sustainable mobility behaviour. Researchers and decision-makers need suitable tools for correspondi...

    Authors: Marlin Arnz
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:44
  26. This study determines the impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that has been prevalent since the year 2019, on the shipping freights. This task has been undertaken by using the wavelet quantile on the ...

    Authors: Khalid Khan, Chi Wei Su, Adnan Khurshid and Muhammad Umar
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:43
  27. The provision of seamless public transport supply requires a complete understanding of the real traffic dynamics, comprising origin-to-destination multimodal mobility patterns along the transport network. Howe...

    Authors: Sofia Cerqueira, Elisabete Arsenio and Rui Henriques
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:42
  28. Gamification is a new theme that has been applied in different fields and has contributed to different types of behavioural change. This paper aims to describe how gamification is adopted in the context of tra...

    Authors: Wenjing Wang, Hongcheng Gan, Xinyu Wang, Huan Lu and Yue Huang
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:41
  29. Complex social processes introduce difficulties to validating causal parameters and identifying the correct system structure in modelling. Policy impact assessment for sustainability transitions should therefo...

    Authors: Henri Wiman, Anu Tuominen, Johannes Mesimäki, Merja Penttinen, Satu Innamaa and Peter Ylén
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:40
  30. Transport infrastructures have an important function in society and the development of a country. In Spain, the most used modes of traveler transport are road and rail, far ahead of other means of transport su...

    Authors: Erik Rúa, Lino Comesaña-Cebral, Pedro Arias and Joaquín Martínez-Sánchez
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:39
  31.  Adverse weather conditions can have different effects on different types of road crashes. We quantify the combined effects of traffic volume and meteorological parameters on hourly probabilities of 78 differe...

    Authors: Nico Becker, Henning W. Rust and Uwe Ulbrich
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:37
  32. The accelerated electrification of transport systems with EVs has brought new challenges for charging scheduling, fleet management, and charging infrastructure location and configuration planning. In this revi...

    Authors: Tai-Yu Ma and Yumeng Fang
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:36
  33. Travel time is less costly if it is comfortable or can be used productively. One could hence argue that the value of travel time (VTT) of car travellers in economic appraisal should be differentiated by road t...

    Authors: Stefan Flügel, Askill H. Halse, Knut J. L. Hartveit and Aino Ukkonen
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:35
  34. Shared on-demand mobility services emerge at a fast pace, changing the landscape of public transport. However, shared mobility services are largely designed without considering the access needs of people with ...

    Authors: Anne Goralzik, Alexandra König, Laura Alčiauskaitė and Tally Hatzakis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:34
  35. Historically, quantitative forecasting methods have been used in transport planning. As forecasts can be unreliable to plan for the medium- and long-term, scenario building has recently been increasingly used....

    Authors: Sara Tori, Jesse Pappers and Imre Keserü
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2022 14:33

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