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Nijholt, Vincent (author)
This research provides insight into ways to increase accessibility for Planned Special Events (PSEs) via discrete choice modelling. A special focus within this study is put into the AFAS AZ Stadium in Alkmaar. During the events held at the AFAS AZ Stadium disturbances are experienced by its visitors with regard to crowding levels and access...
master thesis 2024
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Eichler, Aaron (author)
The implementation of a bus system is an attractive alternative for decision makers since it has a short lead time and the service can be easily adapted depending on the demand. Due to the flexible nature it allows for the use of fulfilling different magnitudes of demand. Usually bus service provide a lower level quality service, however busses...
master thesis 2023
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Zhang, Lanxin (author)
Road traffic safety is a pressing global concern, with millions of yearly fatalities and injuries. This study aims to address the detection of abnormal driving behaviour. Traditional supervised approaches face limitations due to the need for labelled abnormal driving data. To overcome this challenge, semi-supervised machine learning models are...
master thesis 2023
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Zweers, Loraine (author)
- There is increasing attention in the Netherlands in the topic of transport<br/>poverty and accessibility, with several publications discussing the need for accessibility standards to indicate injustice in the transportation system. Numerous case studies can be found where accessibility has been measured and assessed for fairness in the...
master thesis 2023
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Ensing, Jorick (author)
Travelers do not like transfers in their Public Transport journey; it gives a disutility. Minimizing this disutility is valuable to increase travelers' satisfaction. To be able to reduce this disutility, transfers have to be identified first. Multi-operator smart card datasets allow for the identification of transfers between different operators...
master thesis 2022
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Olthof, Lotte (author)
One of the current challenges withholding personalised lane-level driving advice is the inaccuracy and error of GPS signal from commonly used navigation devices and mobile phones. These GPS signals have an uncertainty margin up to several meters, therefore potentially indicating the vehicle location on a different lane than the actual lane it...
master thesis 2022
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Mentink, Thomas (author)
The research of connected automated vehicles (CAVs) is an emerging topic within the field of transport &amp; planning. It is not a question of whether the vehicles will be available for commercial use, but rather a question of when they will arrive. The safety of these vehicles is a necessary and ongoing discussion. In current research, a...
master thesis 2022
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Geurts, Johan (author)
The goals of bus services can be split into patronage (regarding the number of people that actually use the service) and coverage (regarding the number of people that are able to use the service) goals. Current bus networks are designed primarily for the coverage goals, as a consequence the patronage is lacking resulting in only few bus services...
master thesis 2021
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Lingam, Shiva Nischal (author)
Driving involves communicative interactions where human drivers use communication signals to negotiate their right-of-way for road safety. The introduction of automated vehicles (AVs) in mixed-traffic environment, where human drivers will interact with AVs, will affect the nature of these communicative interactions. AVs and human-driven vehicles...
master thesis 2021
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van der Kooij, Eline (author)
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are becoming more available and will become mandatory for all new vehicle models from 2022 onward. In order to achieve the highest safety benefits, it is important that these systems are available. Lane Keep Assist (LKA) is part of ADAS and assists the driver in the lateral control of the vehicle. Lane...
master thesis 2021
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Hooft, Floris (author)
Automated vehicles (AV) are expected to change our future way of transportation and bring many positive effects, such as better road/vehicle safety, reduced environmental costs but also increased on-board productivity. The commonly adopted approach to capture the effect of increased on-board productivity is to reduce the ‘penalty’ associated...
master thesis 2020
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Soni, Shubham (author)
Advancements in technology are bringing Automated vehicles (AVs) closer to reality and it is not so far in future when these vehicles will have a significant penetration rate in our existing transport network. However, in the early phases of automation, penetration rate of these vehicles will be very low. This would lead to a mixed traffic...
master thesis 2020
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van Leeuwen, Bart (author)
The emergence of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) could have a significant impact on traffic efficiency and safety. The effects of CAVs in regular highway traffic are relatively well represented in scientific research. How these effects change in exceptional situations, such as work zones, and how the infrastructure can influence these...
master thesis 2020
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Fu, Dawei (author)
The current city charging network for electric vehicle (EV) is mainly composed of low-speed charging points. When the number of EVs increase dramatically in the future, the current charging network needs to be upgraded with more charging stations and fast-charging (FC) facilities. We build a mixed-integer programming (MIP) model to propose an...
master thesis 2020
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Bearden, Matthew (author)
This research aims to evaluate the policies and strategies that cities can deploy to facilitate the transition to clean shared mobility. The literature review supports the research through providing insights into the direction of the shared mobility market, charging infrastructure, electric vehicle development, charging behavior, as well as...
master thesis 2020
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Oskina, Maria (author)
The operation of automated vehicles in shared areas requires attention with respect to the interaction between AVs and vulnerable road users, including cyclists. Currently, the programmed interaction behavior of AVs is based on the knowledge of the interaction between conventional vehicles and cyclists. However, cyclists may react differently to...
master thesis 2019
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Stevens, Martijn (author)
Due to connectivity problems, the attractiveness of public transport is limited. Policymakers aim to increase the modal share of public transport to protect the accessibility, livability, safety, sustainability and efficiency in the cities of the future. Applying Autonomous Mobility on-Demand (AMoD) systems as a feeder service for public...
master thesis 2019
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Huang, Ziye (author)
Highway construction zones post a danger to both road workers and road users because of the change of road condition and speed variance. Driverless maintenance is expected to improve traffic safety by removing road workers from work zones. This study investigates the feasibility of implementing driverless maintenance in dynamic highway...
master thesis 2019
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Versluys, Guy (author)
Innovating the last mile of parcel and meal delivery Logistic service providers are looking for ways to innovate their delivery process in order to optimize their operations, lower operational cost, and to be able to meet growing consumer demands in terms of convenience, predictability, accuracy and flexibility in delivery time and place....
master thesis 2018
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Lu, Xiaolin (author)
In the past few years, the research and development of automated driving have made significant leaps in bringing theory into reality. Forecasts suggest that highly automated vehicles (SAE Level 4) may be on the streets and highways within the next decade. However, current road infrastructure is designed for human drivers, and may not be able to...
master thesis 2018
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