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  1. Ridepooling services have been predicted a bright future since they promise a flexible and user-centered mobility service. However, there is a research gap in examining the travelers’ perception of ridepooling...

    Authors: Alexandra König and Jan Grippenkoven
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 12:1
  2. Intelligent vehicle detection and counting are becoming increasingly important in the field of highway management. However, due to the different sizes of vehicles, their detection remains a challenge that dire...

    Authors: Huansheng Song, Haoxiang Liang, Huaiyu Li, Zhe Dai and Xu Yun
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:51
  3. This study evaluates the attractiveness of self-hubbing in terms of the (a) symmetry of itineraries and the consequences for passengers in the case of missed flights. We compute the most attractive European or...

    Authors: Mattia Cattaneo, Paolo Malighetti, Stefano Paleari and Renato Redondi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:50
  4. Drivers are met with numerous elements requiring their attention while driving. The present research focuses on selected visual and cognitive distractions that the driver is faced with, and on their influence ...

    Authors: Tina Cvahte Ojsteršek and Darja Topolšek
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:45
  5. Driving fatigue can have serious consequences. Too often fatal accidents are caused by fatigue. However, it is not uncommon for fatigue to occur while driving when the driver is under-challenged. Due to the in...

    Authors: Lukas Bier, Michael Emele, Kaja Gut, Jasna Kulenovic, David Rzany, Max Peter and Bettina Abendroth
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:44
  6. This study aimed at investigating how driver’s mental workload could be assessed during driving, using driving performance as well as electrophysiological and subjective data. Participants had to follow a lead...

    Authors: Hugo Loeches De La Fuente, Catherine Berthelon, Alexandra Fort, Virginie Etienne, Marleen De Weser, Jonas Ambeck and Christophe Jallais
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:42
  7. Traffic congestion is a large-scale problem in urban areas all over the world that can lead to substantial costs for travellers and business operations. This paper focus on how to measure the way in which cong...

    Authors: Miriam Pirra and Marco Diana
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:41
  8. The purpose of this work is to quantify key environmental impacts of electric vehicles deployment in the European Union. This is achieved by soft-linking three models (PRIMES-TREMOVE, DIONE and SHERPA) to expl...

    Authors: Jonatan J. Gómez Vilchez, Andreea Julea, Emanuela Peduzzi, Enrico Pisoni, Jette Krause, Pelopidas Siskos and Christian Thiel
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:40
  9. The purpose of this article is to analyse quality attributes of regional public transport and their influence on modal choice, demand, and customer satisfaction through a literature review. The review is based...

    Authors: Joel Hansson, Fredrik Pettersson, Helena Svensson and Anders Wretstrand
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:38
  10. This paper is a study of the user’s perception of urban and suburban transport and was carried out in an attempt to compare the social value of various means of transport. The measurement of social perceptions...

    Authors: María Luisa Delgado Jalón, Alba Gómez Ortega and Javier De Esteban Curiel
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:37
  11. The aim was to investigate the potential of using simulator-based training (SBT) to improve older drivers' self-rating ability and to compare two forms of feedback; corrective versus corrective and rewarding f...

    Authors: Helena Selander, Christina Stave, Tania Dukic WiIlstrand and Björn Peters
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:35
  12. In terms of freight transportation it is essential to pick the most convenient mode(s) of transport (MOT). To get a more flexible system, one can assume that the number of transport options at each hub should ...

    Authors: Karin Markvica, Matthias Prandtstetter, Jürgen Zajicek, Bernhard Heilmann, Gernot Lenz, Georg Hauger, Monika Wanjek, Claudia Berkowitsch, Sarah Pfoser, Oliver Schauer, Lisa-Maria Putz, Reinhold Schodl and Sandra Eitler
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:34
  13. This paper aims to develop a user typology which enables user-specific analyses in respect of mobility behavior. It addresses the challenge of integrating unimodal and intermodal travel behavior into a user ty...

    Authors: Rebekka Oostendorp, Simon Nieland and Laura Gebhardt
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:33
  14. Rapid technological developments in autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV or drones) and an evolving legislation may soon open the way for their large-scale implementation in the last mile delivery of produ...

    Authors: Jean-Philippe Aurambout, Konstantinos Gkoumas and Biagio Ciuffo
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:30
  15. The increased number of transports with dangerous goods (TDG) increases the risk of both accidents and terrorist attacks. Digitalisation is crucial in order to avoid human errors and to increase safety, securi...

    Authors: Gemma Dolores Molero, Francisco Enrique Santarremigia, Sara Poveda-Reyes, Melanie Mayrhofer, Samir Awad-Núñez and Abdullah Kassabji
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:28
  16. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) applications in public transportation have allowed for automated data collection, which is particularly useful for planning and operations. While technological advancem...

    Authors: Christina Iliopoulou and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:27
  17. The paper presents a method for optimizing the financing option for transport infrastructure project. The execution time for large project is substantial and the social costs generated during the construction ...

    Authors: Serban Raicu, Dorinela Costescu, Mihaela Popa and Mircea Augustin Rosca
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:24
  18. The use of participatory techniques in the field of transport is coming to the forefront recently. In this frame, eight co-creation workshops and five online crowdsourcing campaigns took place in Thessaloniki,...

    Authors: Dimitrios Nalmpantis, Anastasia Roukouni, Evangelos Genitsaris, Afroditi Stamelou and Aristotelis Naniopoulos
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:22
  19. After publication of this article [1], it is noticed the article contained an error with eq. 12, the cs should be squared. The correct eq. 12 is provided below:

    Authors: M. Agostinacchio, D. Ciampa and S. Olita
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:20

    The original article was published in European Transport Research Review 2013 6:s12544-013-0127-8

  20. Synchromodality, also referred to as “synchronized intermodality”, employs multiple transport modes in a flexible, dynamic way in order to induce a modal shift towards more environmentally friendly transport m...

    Authors: Nina Lemmens, Joren Gijsbrechts and Robert Boute
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:19
  21. One of the pillars of road safety strategies, in almost every country in the world, is training and education. Due to the diversity and different extents of evaluation methods, the influence of educational and...

    Authors: Darja Topolšek, Dario Babić and Mario Fiolić
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:18
  22. Pavement maintenance is essential to prevent the deterioration of asset value and to satisfy the expectations of all stakeholders (objectives). However, the budgets are often insufficient to keep the road pave...

    Authors: Maria Grazia Augeri, Salvatore Greco and Vittorio Nicolosi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:17
  23. The present study explores a novel approach for changing implicit attitudes toward drunk driving with behavioural training. Contrary to explicit attitudes, which people are consciously aware of and therefore c...

    Authors: Laila Marianne Martinussen and Mikael Julius Sømhovd
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:16
  24. A single unit of information is an answer to any anticipated question a motorist may ask. Such questions include: “What happened? Where? What do I do?” This study, a first of its kind, analyzes the optimum num...

    Authors: Snehanshu Banerjee, Mansoureh Jeihani, Nashid K. Khadem and Danny D. Brown
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:15
  25. In recent decades there has been increasing focus on the development of compact and accessible urban environments, in part based on the reasoning that this can help to reduce the transportation requirements of...

    Authors: Ray Pritchard and Yngve Frøyen
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:14
  26. Cities crave innovative logistics solutions dealing with the requirements of the ‘on demand economy’. The paper estimates the willingness to act as a crowdshipper (supply) and to buy a crowdshipping service (d...

    Authors: Valerio Gatta, Edoardo Marcucci, Marialisa Nigro and Simone Serafini
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:13
  27. The statistical techniques based on compositional data are applied to investigate the evolution of the traffic share of the container throughput in a multi-port system. Compositional vectors are those which co...

    Authors: M. Grifoll, M. I. Ortego and J. J. Egozcue
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:12
  28. Completing urban freight deliveries is increasingly a challenge in congested urban areas, particularly when delivery trucks are required to meet time windows. Depending on the route characteristics, Electric A...

    Authors: Manali Sheth, Polina Butrina, Anne Goodchild and Edward McCormack
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:11
  29. The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of distance on choosing between intermodal rail-road and unimodal road transport and to examine the hypothesis that distance is an important factor influencin...

    Authors: Borut Zgonc, Metka Tekavčič and Marko Jakšič
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:10
  30. Urban bike sharing systems (BSS) are currently gaining momentum worldwide. They are regarded as integrated elements of public transport systems and perfectly anticipate the societal trend of the sharing econom...

    Authors: Martin Loidl, Ursula Witzmann-Müller and Bernhard Zagel
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:9
  31. Resulting from the 21st UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris in 2015, the European Union’s (EU) current climate and energy objective is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 40% below 1990 level...

    Authors: Olaf Jonkeren, Jan Francke and Johan Visser
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:8
  32. The transport of full containers and repositioning of empty containers are essential for the operation of a container logistic enterprise. In a large inland region, railway and road transportation take their o...

    Authors: Zixuan Peng, Huaizhu Wang, Wensi Wang and Yonglei Jiang
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:7
  33. In the last few years, the issue of the location of logistics activities emerged in the literature, in Europe and in the United States, especially from the perspective of logistics spatial dynamics as logistic...

    Authors: Adeline Heitz, Pierre Launay and Adrien Beziat
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:5
  34. Many governments in the developing world face the social and economic consequences of road accidents and mortalities. Hence, more precise evaluation of regional programs to reduce road fatalities has been a co...

    Authors: S. S. Ganji and A. A. Rassafi
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:4
  35. Public Transport users have diverse mobility needs and preferences on how to meet those needs. While this is consistent with typical standards for both academic scholars and practitioners, less is known about ...

    Authors: Stelios Tsafarakis, Panagiotis Gkorezis, Dimitrios Nalmpantis, Evangelos Genitsaris, Andreas Andronikidis and Efthymios Altsitsiadis
    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2019 11:3

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