Vol 33 No 4 (2018): Collaboration and Urban Transport

Lead Guest Editor: Josep Maria Salanova Grau (Centre for Research and Technology Hellas – CERTH, Thessaloniki, Greece)

Guest Editor: Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu (Saint-Etienne School of Mines, France)

Guest Editor: Cristina Pronello (Sorbonne University, France; Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy)

  

Published: 2018-12-05

Editorial

Collaboration and urban transport

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Cristina Pronello, Josep Maria Salanova Grau, Paulius Skačkauskas
Abstract 652 | PDF Downloads 389 | DOI

Page 861-866

Original Article

Identifying dominant stakeholder perspectives on urban freight policies: a Q-analysis on urban consolidation centres in the Netherlands

Ron van Duin, Marijn Slabbekoorn, Lori Tavasszy, Hans Quak
Abstract 941 | PDF Downloads 600 | DOI

Page 867-880

Under which conditions is carrier cooperation possible? A case study in a Seville marketplace

Jesús Muñuzuri, Alejandro Escudero-Santana, Pablo Aparicio-Ruiz
Abstract 389 | PDF Downloads 242 | DOI

Page 881-889

An assessment framework to support collective decision making on urban freight transport

Ruggero Golini, Cindy Guerlain, Alexandra Lagorio, Roberto Pinto
Abstract 697 | PDF Downloads 432 | DOI

Page 890-901

Measuring the public acceptance of urban congestion-pricing: a survey in Melbourne (Australia)

Zhiyuan Liu, Nirajan Shiwakoti, Yiming Bie
Abstract 875 | PDF Downloads 905 | DOI

Page 902-912

Multi-stakeholder collaboration in urban freight consolidation schemes: drivers and barriers to implementation

Daniela Paddeu, Graham Parkhurst, Gianfranco Fancello, Paolo Fadda, Miriam Ricci
Abstract 1079 | PDF Downloads 751 | DOI

Page 913-929

Night deliveries and carrier-led consolidation strategies to improve urban goods distribution

Miquel Estrada, José-Magín Campos-Cacheda, Francesc Robusté
Abstract 732 | PDF Downloads 337 | DOI

Page 930-947

Different urban consolidation centre scenarios: impact on external costs of last-mile deliveries

Marko Veličković, Đurđica Stojanović, Svetlana Nikoličić, Marinko Maslarić
Abstract 807 | PDF Downloads 556 | DOI

Page 948-958

Pattern recognition based speed forecasting methodology for urban traffic network

Tamás Tettamanti, Alfréd Csikós, Krisztián Balázs Kis, Zsolt János Viharos, István Varga
Abstract 659 | PDF Downloads 322 | DOI

Page 959-970

Congestion effects of autonomous taxi fleets

Michal Maciejewski, Joschka Bischoff
Abstract 1314 | PDF Downloads 559 | DOI

Page 971-980

Improvement of an optimal bus scheduling model based on transit smart card data in Seoul

Kihwan Nam, Myungkeun Park
Abstract 590 | PDF Downloads 352 | DOI

Page 981-992

Minimizing user and operator costs of single line bus service using operational strategies

Chunyan Tang, Avishai (Avi) Ceder, Shengchuan Zhao
Abstract 472 | PDF Downloads 320 | DOI

Page 993-1004

A methodological framework for measuring the level of convenience of transport ticketing systems

Dušan Zalar, Rasa Ušpalytė-Vitkūnienė, Danijel Rebolj, Marjan Lep
Abstract 810 | PDF Downloads 475 | DOI

Page 1005-1016

Choosing the right public transport solution based on performance of components

Eric Bruun, Duncan Allen, Moshe Givoni
Abstract 706 | PDF Downloads 462 | DOI

Page 1017-1029

Assessing effects of bus service quality on passengers’ taxi-hiring behavior

Hong-Wei Wang, Zhong-Ren Peng, Qing-Chang Lu, Daniel (Jian) Sun, Cong Bai
Abstract 623 | PDF Downloads 374 | DOI

Page 1030-1044

The impact of cost-benefit analysis on decision making concerning the development of the urban transport system: case of Kaunas City

Vytautas Dumbliauskas, Vytautas Grigonis, Andrius Barauskas
Abstract 443 | PDF Downloads 262 | DOI

Page 1045-1051

Supporting sustainable transport appraisals using stakeholder involvement and MCDA

Michael Bruhn Barfod
Abstract 581 | PDF Downloads 366 | DOI

Page 1052-1066

Page 1067-1078

Review Article

Multi-stakeholder collaboration in urban transport: state-of-the-art and research opportunities

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Cristina Pronello, Josep Maria Salanova Grau
Abstract 1372 | PDF Downloads 787 | DOI

Page 1079-1094