Vol 32 No 1 (2017)

Published: 2017-03-05

Original Article

How usual behaviour can affect perceived drivers’ psychological state while driving

Angelo S. Cardamone, Laura Eboli, Carmen Forciniti, Gabriella Mazzulla
Abstract 348 | PDF Downloads 227 | DOI

Page 13-22

Dependencies of the lead of front driving wheels on different tire deformations for a MFWD tractor

Algirdas Janulevičius, Gediminas Pupinis, Justas Lukštas, Vidas Damanauskas, Vaclovas Kurkauskas
Abstract 365 | PDF Downloads 557 | DOI

Page 23–31

Page 32–43

Driver’s reaction time in a simulated, complex road incident

Rafał S. Jurecki, Tomasz L. Stańczyk, Marek J. Jaśkiewicz
Abstract 513 | PDF Downloads 631 | DOI

Page 44–54

Urban bus fleet routing in transportation network equipped with park-and-ride: a case study of Babol, Iran

Amir Khakbaz, Ali S. Nookabadi, Seyyed N. S. Boushehri
Abstract 310 | PDF Downloads 260 | DOI

Page 55–65

Assessment of third-party logistics providers using a CRITIC–WASPAS approach with interval type-2 fuzzy sets

Mehdi K. Ghorabaee, Maghsoud Amiri, Edmundas K. Zavadskas, Jurgita Antuchevičienė
Abstract 623 | PDF Downloads 624 | DOI

Page 66–78

Building on European scientific excellence to develop an educational program on intermodal connections for Latvia and the region

Lambros Mitropoulos, Giannis Adamos, Eftihia Nathanail, Irina Yatskiv (Jackiva), Igor Kabashkin
Abstract 348 | PDF Downloads 227 | DOI

Page 79–93

Review Article

KONKĖ: the first public transport in Vilnius

Jurgis Vanagas
Abstract 346 | PDF Downloads 376 | DOI

Page 94–100

Factors influencing students’ readiness for outsourcing their logistics

Vesna Rovšek, Bojan Beškovnik
Abstract 321 | PDF Downloads 279 | DOI

Page 101–110


Corrigendum on the report ‘The research journal TRANSPORT: peer-reviewing process in 2016’

Olegas Prentkovskis, Raimundas Junevičius
Abstract 325 | PDF Downloads 207 | DOI

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