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  1. In most European countries, the often difficult policy process of setting and implementing speed limits on specific roads is delegated to public administration on local and regional levels. The purpose of this...

    Authors: Tomas Svensson, Jane Summerton and Robert Hrelja

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 6:109

    Content type: Original Paper

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  2. Bus safety is a concern not only in developing countries, but also in the U.S. and Europe. In Denmark, disentangling risk factors that are positively or negatively related to bus accident severity and injury o...

    Authors: Carlo Giacomo Prato and Sigal Kaplan

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 6:107

    Content type: Original Paper

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  3. This study is concerned initial motorcycle training delivered in motorcycle schools in France. Novice motorcyclists are a particularly vulnerable group of road users in Europe and in France. However, scientifi...

    Authors: Samuel Aupetit, Jacques Riff, Stéphane Espié and Olivier Buttelli

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 6:102

    Content type: Original Paper

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  4. The objective of this study is the quantitative analysis of recent developments in transport activity of the main Greek ports (Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Patra), in order to establish clusters of various transport...

    Authors: Manolis Christofakis, Anastasios Tassopoulos and Basilis Moukas

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:100

    Content type: Original Paper

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  5. This study analyzes easyJet’s fare response to new entry. Traditionally, this stream of literature has focused on the reactions of network carriers to competition from low-cost carriers. As low-cost services s...

    Authors: Paolo Malighetti, Paleari Stefano and Renato Redondi

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:98

    Content type: Original Paper

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  6. In northern countries, we sometimes encounter heavy snow fall and it causes low visible condition. In this circumstance, we have difficulty to keep the driving lane. For the purpose of safety driving, we devel...

    Authors: Takeshi Kawamura, Tatsuya Kashiwa and Kenji Taguchi

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:92

    Content type: Original Paper

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  7. The present study attempts to explore relationships between drivers’ attitude towards exceeding speed limits in different types of road and the drivers’ characteristics and self-reported speed behaviour.

    Authors: George Yannis, Georgia Louca, Sophia Vardaki and George Kanellaidis

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:97

    Content type: Original Paper

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  8. Any attempt of the government to encourage the purchase of vehicles on alternative fuels and drive trains will depend on the acceptance of the end-users on the demand side. This paper offers an in-depth unders...

    Authors: Laurence Turcksin, Olivier Mairesse and Cathy Macharis

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:95

    Content type: Original Paper

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  9. In comparison to North America, railway companies in Europe are confronted with strong economic issues in running their wagonload traffic. The purpose of this paper is an analysis how infrastructural and insti...

    Authors: Uwe Clausen and Robert Voll

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2013 5:90

    Content type: Original Paper

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  10. This paper addresses the urban transit sector investigating variables affecting the habitual modal choices of commuters aiming to gain insight into the key factors affecting these choices and the reasons that ...

    Authors: Yannis Tyrinopoulos and Constantinos Antoniou

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 5:88

    Content type: Original Paper

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  11. To examine how road users with different degree of hearing loss experience safety and mobility in transport situations, compared to road users with normal hearing.

    Authors: Birgitta Thorslund, Björn Peters, Björn Lyxell and Björn Lidestam

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 5:87

    Content type: Original Paper

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  12. In recent years, the debate concerning the concept of sustainability and sustainable development has received increasing attention with reference to interactions between transport and land-use systems. A multi...

    Authors: Riccardo Rossi, Massimiliano Gastaldi and Gregorio Gecchele

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 5:86

    Content type: Original Paper

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  13. This paper gives an overview of our research on photocatalytic concrete, which exhibits air purifying properties. Under the action of sunlight, a catalyst present at the surface of the material is activated, e...

    Authors: Elia Boonen and Anne Beeldens

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 5:85

    Content type: Original Paper

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  14. The liberalisation of the Railways imposed by European Directives introduces competition in a sector traditionally organised largely through national monopolies. As a result, the analysis of the competition pa...

    Authors: Aurora Ruiz-Rúa and Roberto Palacín

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 5:84

    Content type: Original Paper

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  15. This study examined the national road safety programs carried out by the ten world’s leading countries in road safety, aiming to identify the most effective interventions that contributed to safety progress in...

    Authors: Victoria Gitelman, Limor Hendel, Roby Carmel and Shlomo Bekhor

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:81

    Content type: Original Paper

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  16. The French carbon tax was introduced as part of the 2010 Draft Finance Act in the form of a Climate and Energy Tax (Contribution Climat-Energie - CCE), and was then withdrawn. Without going into the political ...

    Authors: Pôl-Vincent Harnay and Pétronille Rème

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:79

    Content type: Original Paper

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  17. The paper focuses on the methodology for assessing Sustainable Mobility (SM) at the neighbourhood scale, and pays attention to two different ex-ante evaluation approaches: the Multicriteria Analysis (MCA) and the...

    Authors: Paolo Beria, Ila Maltese and Ilaria Mariotti

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:74

    Content type: Original Paper

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  18. The assessment of policies for sustainable urban mobility features two basic characteristics: incommensurability and strong uncertainty. This is why multiple dimensions of evaluation and a structured room for ...

    Authors: Gerardo Marletto and Francesca Mameli

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:75

    Content type: Original Paper

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  19. Still too many deaths and injuries are a result of road safety limitations within Europe. Road safety measures aimed to change the road environment to reduce the risks on driver errors and to reduce the seriou...

    Authors: Marion Wiethoff, Karel Brookhuis, Dick de Waard, Vincent Marchau, Leonie Walta, Guenter Wenzel, Klaas de Brucker and Cathy Macharis

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:65

    Content type: Original Paper

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  20. Introduction The main differences between the deterministic macroscopic models are to be found in pressure expressions and representation of various phases observed experimentally.

    Authors: Abdelaziz Nakrachi, Said Hayat and Dumitru Popescu

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:70

    Content type: Original Paper

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  21. Trough rational approach adapted to the actual condition and needs of national and regional network; a Road Upgrading Management model has been elaborated providing the optimum upgrading strategy in each case....

    Authors: Grigorios Papageorgiou, Anastasios Mouratidis and Nikolaos Eliou

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:71

    Content type: Original Paper

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  22. In railway systems, there are many different fault states which can occur during operation. For safety reasons, these well known fault states have to be prevented by train monitoring. But fault states may also...

    Authors: Andreas Schöbel and Thomas Maly

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:68

    Content type: Original Paper

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  23. High gasoline prices, global warming, pollution and dependence on foreign sources of oil are four major issues the world is facing today. In a world where energy supply security and environmental protection ar...

    Authors: Noha Sadek

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2012 4:61

    Content type: Original Paper

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  24. The article addresses how a reduction in the number of regional airports in Norway can improve the air transport services currently characterized by expensive fares, high operating costs and leakage of passeng...

    Authors: Terje Andreas Mathisen and Gisle Solvoll

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2011 4:66

    Content type: Original Paper

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  25. Energy Policy is one of the main drivers of Transport Policy. A number of strategies to reduce current energy consumption trends in the transport sector have been designed over the last decades. They include f...

    Authors: Elena López, Andrés Monzón and Paul C. Pfaffenbichler

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2011 4:63

    Content type: Original Paper

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  26. In recent years intermodal transport has received an increased attention due to problems of road congestion, environmental concerns and traffic safety. A growing recognition of the external effects of transpor...

    Authors: Cathy Macharis, An Caris, Bart Jourquin and Ethem Pekin

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2011 3:62

    Content type: Original Paper

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  27. The concept of Level of Service is widely used in road traffic planning as well as in planning for pedestrian traffic and events. Pedestrian Level of Service schemes either are based on density alone or on spe...

    Authors: Tobias Kretz

    Citation: European Transport Research Review 2011 3:60

    Content type: Original Paper

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