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Jasperse, Faye (author)
Service reliability is one of the most important performance measures to public transport users. Detecting disruptions helps to measure service reliability, which can be used by public transport operators to improve this reliability. In this thesis, a methodology is described to automatically detect disruptions offline, using smart card data....
master thesis 2020
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Shah, Kalrav Mehulkumar (author)
Previous studies on Hyperloop network design, do not show any application of detailed network design process. The current study focuses on network design of Hyperloop considering the case of Switzerland. The study estimates the costs from the literature and estimates demand of network from the Swiss National Passenger Transport Model. These...
master thesis 2019
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Hijner, Anne Mijntje (author)
In order for public transportation to remain an attractive travel option, its reliability must be improved. To enable this, extensive knowledge on the passenger delay phenomenon is necessary. This study explores the possibility of using empirical data of passenger delay to determine the relationships between stations through a Bayesian Network...
master thesis 2019
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Wang, Ziyulong (author)
In this study, a data-driven, generic and transfer-based methodology for separation and ranking the PTNs has been put forward. With the hierarchy of a network, this is beneficiary for the management and operation of operators for focusing on the higher level network layer and in turn provide better service for passengers. The study introduces...
student report 2019
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De Ruijter, Arjan (author)
Previous studies on ride-sharing potential have neglected that ride-sharing choice considers a trade-off of disbenefits with a financial reward. This study considers delays and psychological discomfort related to sharing a vehicle as the main ride-sharing costs. Next to finding how these (possibly heterogeneous) behavioral preferences and the...
master thesis 2019
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Birch, Nigel (author)
The aim of this thesis is to gain insights into the impact that various variables have on the topological evolution of a public transit network in a polycentric urban region. These variables are: the spatial structure of the polycentric urban region, the demand distribution, the operational costs and multimodality versus unimodality. To gain...
master thesis 2019
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den Heijer, Ago (author)
Passenger punctuality is one of the most important measures to indicate and improve the service reliability of public transport operators. Previously, passenger punctuality measurements were mainly based on passenger counts in combination with vehicle locations. With the growing use of Automatic Fare Collection systems, passenger punctuality...
master thesis 2018
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Aishah Mahyarni Imran, Aishah (author)
As the population grows, the need for mobility has been growing in recent years. In the case of urban mobility, this trend is subsequently followed by the existence of high-frequency bus transit service since last decades. This service is more prone to the bus-bunching problem since the headway between the consecutive buses can be very short,...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeulen, Alex (author)
A Master Thesis Research to determine the effects various demand distributions and operational cost functions have on the evolution and shape of a monocentric metropolitan transport network using a conceptual model, evaluated using network indicators.<br/>
master thesis 2018
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van Beurden, Merlijn (author)
In my thesis, I have done research into the optimization of stopping patterns and frequencies of public transport services within a network. I have developed a model that takes both passenger and operator costs into account. The model has been run for a small fictional network and for the metro and train network of Amsterdam, to explore how the...
master thesis 2017
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Jauhari Alafi, Jauhari (author)
master thesis 2017
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Glück, Stefan (author)
The thesis project deals with the tactical determination of supply provision in terms of line frequencies and deployed vehicle capacities in public transport networks using a dynamic assignment model. To this end, an agent-based dynamic and stochastic simulation model for public transport operations, that can consider service reliability issues,...
master thesis 2017
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van der Werff, Ellen (author)
This research has analysed the effect of different holding control strategies for high-frequency bus lines: schedule-based and headway-based holding. An evaluation based on different key performance indicators was conducted, by using a simulation model (BusMezzo). In addition, different operational and contractual difficulties with respect to...
master thesis 2017
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