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Geržinič, N. (author)
Public transport systems have been and continue to be shaped by disruptive forces, impacting individuals’ travel behaviour and how they interact with public transport. This thesis analyses the impact of disruptors on travel behaviour, the perception and use of public transport, enabling operators and policymakers to design appropriate measures...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Dubey, S.K. (author)
Understanding economic decision-making is essential for impactful policy design. In the literature, two main modelling paradigms exist: compensatory and non-compensatory. In this work, we advance the field of decision theory by developing a flexible choice model capable of approximating two modelling paradigms without imposing any a-priori...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Ashkrof, P. (author)
This PhD thesis delves into the intricate realm of supply-side behavioural dynamics and operations within the ride-sourcing system. It investigates drivers' pivotal decisions, focusing on ride acceptance and relocation choices at the operational level. By leveraging a unique dataset, novel theories on ride-sourcing drivers’ behaviour are...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Shelat, S. (author)
Arguably, nearly all real-world decisions, including travel choices, are inherently associated with subjective uncertainty where decision-makers’ personal evaluations play a significant role. In public transport networks, uncertainty due to waiting time and, recently, the COVID-19 pandemic possibly induce the most frustration and anxiety....
doctoral thesis 2023
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Dixit, M. (author)
For more than a decade now, automated transit data collection systems (like the smart card and Automatic Vehicle Location) have been implemented, providing access to a massive amount of passively collected data. Being relatively new, they have not yet been explored to their full potential. This thesis focuses on leveraging such data to make...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Zomer, L. (author)
Every day residents and visitors find their way through the complex urban<br/>network to go to work or get education, or go sightseeing. This thesis<br/>contains studies on the development of spatial knowledge, activity patterns,<br/>and route dynamics of cyclists. The contributions and findings narrowed<br/>the gap between research on travel...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Narayan S., Jishnu (author)
The past decade has seen vast advancements in various ICT (Information Communication, and Technology) platforms. These advancements have enabled the rise of innovative mobility solutions e.g. on-demand transport services. Such solutions offer flexible transport services to users in which users can receive tailor-made mobility solutions....
doctoral thesis 2020
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Alonso González, M.J. (author)
A new range of tailored, on-demand mobility alternatives are emerging worldwide; amongst these are pooled on-demand services, i.e., shared ride-hailing services such as UberPOOL or ViaVan. Simulation studies have shown the potential benefits of these services in urban areas, yet their ridership is still very limited. This thesis examines the...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Winter, M.K.E. (author)
Self-driving vehicles could make the operation of public transport services in a more flexible manner more affordable. Introducing shared automated vehicles would al¬low operating a fleet of smaller vehicles in a demand responsive manner. This could potentially impact the way we use and operate public transport services, which could eventually...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Krishnakumari, P.K. (author)
Cities are complex, dynamic and ever-evolving. We need to understand how these cities work in order to predict, control or optimize their operations. We have identified some open issues related to network and data complexity that need to be solved to build feasible methods for these purposes. To this end, we first build multiscale graphs...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Yap, M.D. (author)
Public transport systems can be subject to disruptions, which have negative impacts on passengers. Disruptions can result in additional in-vehicle time, waiting time, transfer time and extra transfers for passengers. In addition, perceived journey times might increase due to higher crowding levels on public transport services. Public transport...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Luo, D. (author)
Public transport (PT) plays an increasingly important role in solving mobility challenges, especially in densely populated metropolitan areas. Further improving PT systems requires more advanced planning and operations. Fortunately, the considerable amount of data that have become increasingly available for PT systems offer an opportunity to...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Ton, D. (author)
Due to increasing urbanisation rates worldwide combined with growing transportation demand, liveability of the urban environment is under pressure (UN, 2018). In response, many governments worldwide have set goals for increasing the share of trips made using sustainable modes of transport, such as walking and cycling. The use of active modes (i...
doctoral thesis 2019
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