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Parra Lopez, Maria del Mar (author)
Improving accessibility has become one of the main objectives for policymakers in the transport and urban field. Having access to activities and people is essential to ensure the proper functioning of societies and it affects people’s quality of life. One of the remaining challenges in this field is related with the economics of accessibility,...
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Kloeke, Jesper (author)
In 2014 Hietanen envisioned Mobility as a Service (MaaS), which is a global hype ever since. The relatively new mobility concept, MaaS, is suggested to meet the mobility needs of the end-users in a sustainable, affordable and user’s flexible manner (MaaS Alliance, 2019). Even though the MaaS sympathizers claim an improvement for the travelers...
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Lim, Nanette (author)
This research is about the integration of hybrid and electric aircraft (HEA) in the air<br/>traffic management system. Current conventional aircraft are responsible for emissions and noise that often lead to nuisance for residents. In order to make aviation more sustainable, aircraft manufacturers are studying the possibilities to replace fuel...
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El Bouchihati, Mohamed (author)
The transportation industry is constantly developing innovative solutions in order to increase efficiency, sustainability and safety. Truck platooning is one of those emerging technologies with high potential. In one way or another, truck platooning will also have an impact on our current infrastructure and the way in which the motorways are...
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Klomp, Stefan (author)
In order to reduce congestion numbers on the highways, ramp metering can be used. The currently existing ramp metering control strategies are of a macroscopic nature. This means that the average occupancy on the main lane or average flow values on the main lane determine the temporarily fixed cycle times for the traffic light located near the on...
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Somashekar, Prathap (author)
The automobile industry has been continuously working on bringing automation in motor vehicles for the betterment of human life. Advancement in technology has helped companies manufacture cars that can drive and navigate on their own called Autonomous vehicles (AVs). There are numerous effects of AVs on society. The AVs are forecast to bring...
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van der Haas, Jesse (author)
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is a new mobility concept that allows users to plan, book and pay for a multimodal and seamless trip in a single application. Real-life examples of MaaS propositions are still scarce and most have not left a trial or pilot phase. The MaaS-team of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (IenW) wants to...
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Roosmale Nepveu, Maarten Jan (author)
Urbanisation levels keep rising and all major cities in Europe face common transport and traffic problems. The city of Amsterdam needs a reliable transport and mobility system to foster economic growth, but at the same time transport is causing congestion, pollution and accidents. To scientifically explore the research question, Transport...
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van Heuveln, Koen (author)
The objective of this study was identifying factors that contribute to Dutch electric vehicle (EV) drivers’ acceptance of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) at long-term parking lots. The results of this study aim to help V2G system designers to improve the quality of bi-directional V2G charging services for EV users and to foster V2G acceptance. The...
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Looijenga, Jidde (author)
In 2015, the worlds first zero-emission sea-going ferry was launched in Norway. This ferry, MF Ampere, is powered by batteries and is sailing in an UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the Netherlands, the Wadden Sea is an UNESCO World Heritage Site with multiple ferry routes where the most recent ferries are sailing on natural gas to reduce emissions...
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van der Linden, Erika (author)
The transition to a low-carbon economy depends on several critical materials, among which is cobalt. This metal is a main component in batteries, and therefore, demand for cobalt is expected to increase in the coming years. This paper explores future scenarios for the cobalt system, in light of its role in the low-carbon transition. The future...
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van Schaik, Lucia (author)
Understanding pedestrian traffic is essential to design for safe and reliable pedestrian infrastructures, facilities and operations. For the assessment and design of pedestrian transfer areas at stations capacity standards for uni- and bidirectional flows are applied. It has been observed that, at railway stations, also other configurations of...
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Wesdijk, Xenia (author)
Decreasing the CO2 footprint related to business and commuter travel for companies presents a multitude of challenges. These challenges range from finding the objections of employees regarding EVs, and ways to overcome them, to determining what an ideal composition of a car fleet would be. At the same time the financial...
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van Rhede van der Kloot, Godert (author)
The current social climate in which sustainable awareness is prioritized, is affecting the port sector. In new-to-develop ports and in the expansion and maintenance of existing ports, implementing sustainability is  encouraged.However, applying sustainability is not self-evident. In order to achieve sustainability targets and to comply with the...
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Pettersen, Aleksander (author)
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are considered an important contribution to the global task of creating a greener society as it allows for the benefits of commuting to sustain, without the consequence of pollution. Consequently, central and local governments across the globe are attempting to spark the diffusion of BEVs through various measures...
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Winters, Robin (author)
Today’s increasing complexity, rising interconnectivity and larger systems in engineering require new approaches and methods for effective engineering. This is also the case for the technological installation in infrastructure sector (TII), which designs technical systems for infrastructural civil structures. To assist in engineering, Model...
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Pijnenburg, Marcha (author)
It is expected that the express delivery market will grow strongly in the coming years. This growth, however, is restricted by the shortage of express transportation capacity and is increasingly causing congestion. The transport sector is not only subject to this growing demand from a business perspective but also faces environmental challenges....
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van Terwisga, Wouter (author)
Automated shipping is a technology which is highly anticipated by many actors in the inland shipping sector. Rijkswaterstaat, as the manager of the main inland waterways in the Netherlands, wants to be prepared for this technology. As the technology is still very immature, this research has attempted to reduce the amount of uncertainty in the...
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Oostdam, Martijn (author)
Hydrogen as an energy carrier is seen as an important option to reduce the CO<sub>2</sub> emissions in the transport sector. However, limited research is done into the possibilities of using a hydrogen truck in freight road transport. This article considers the following question: <i>Under which...
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Meijssen, Aart (author)
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) could turn an electric vehicle (EV) into a potential source of flexibility, in order to deal with the variability and uncertainty in electricity supply brought about by renewable energy sources and the load increase caused by the adoption of EVs. However, only a few studies have focussed on the complexity of EV drivers’...
master thesis 2019
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