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Dijkstra, J. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Puylaert, S.A.A. (author)
Double degree thesis: Part A: Civil Engineering Part B: Science Communication The first forms of automated vehicles (level 1 and 2) are already available at dealers, and next levels are being developed at this moment (level 3 and up). Literature indicates two development paths for automated vehicles: an autonomous and a cooperative path....
master thesis 2016
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Puylaert, S.A.A. (author)
Double degree thesis: Part A: Civil Engineering Part B: Science Communication The first forms of automated vehicles (level 1 and 2) are already available at dealers, and next levels are being developed at this moment (level 3 and up). Literature indicates two development paths for automated vehicles: an autonomous and a cooperative path....
master thesis 2016
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Verschuren, M.Y. (author)
A change in the access and egress system, like a new metro line, will automatically influence the station choices of train travellers. Given the fact that several new large public transport connections will be opened in the near future, there is the need to precisely forecast how the distribution of train travellers among stations will change,...
master thesis 2016
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Spruijt, C.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Vreugdenhil, B. (author)
This thesis analyses transportation systems in floating cities. In 2050, three times the amount of land currently available on earth will be needed if the current lifestyle is maintained. Because most of urbanisation is in delta areas, and because Earth’s surface consists of 70% water, floating cities could provide a solution to this problem....
master thesis 2016
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Kuhlman, W. (author)
Around the world, more and more public transport operators opt for automated fare collection systems by means of smart cards. The data registered by such a system contain valuable information for transport planning. This research aims at increasing the usability of this data for the description of public transport travel demand. Travel demand is...
master thesis 2015
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Delemarre, S.R.B. (author)
In the Netherlands there are many cities with an old, historical city centre, in which daily traffic leads to inconvenience for the residents and congestion. In these cities there may also be vacant industrial buildings, which one can assign as industrial heritage and accordingly wants to preserve. This thesis work search for possible synergy...
master thesis 2015
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Swierstra, A.B. (author)
Public transport is known as a sustainable transportation mode. In order to increase demand and cost effectiveness much attention is paid to increase the service quality. One of these service quality aspects is the travel time reliability of a public transport service. However, the monetization of travel time reliability is still a topic of...
master thesis 2015
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Roeske, R. (author)
Passenger loss is inextricably connected with network optimization, since longer access times and distances will hypothetically result in a partial passenger loss, because longer access distances confine the willingness to bridge those distances. Optimizing stopping distances based on different passenger groups that are differentiated towards...
master thesis 2014
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Schouwenaars, M.C.J. (author)
Public transport use and spatial developments have always influenced each other. During the last decade governments are more and more trying to get grip onto this process via different types of policy tools. One of these tools is Transit Oriented Development (TOD). In TOD the use of existing and new public transport network is stimulated by...
master thesis 2014
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De Boer, C.W. (author)
Conventional travel time reliability assessment focuses either on reliability on route level or the determination of the valuation of reliability in route choice. However, a connection between origin and destination usually consists of multiple routes, thereby providing the option to choose. This study assesses the reliability and quality of the...
master thesis 2014
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Yap, M.D. (author)
Disturbances in public transport are an important issue for passengers, public transport operators and infrastructure managers. After the occurrence of large disturbances, there is often a strong call from passengers and society to make the public transport network less vulnerable – and therefore more robust – against these types of events. In...
master thesis 2014
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Lee, A.P.H. (author)
A framework is developed to calculate reliability from the passengers perspective in a multilevel public transit network. The major variables that impact reliability for transfers passengers are identified as: scheduled transfer time, headways of connecting lines, variation of vehicle operations, transfer walking time and proportion of...
master thesis 2013
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Van der Gun, J.P.T. (author)
Public transport systems create large numbers of possible combinations of public and private modes that travellers can choose to use. As a consequence, current travel demand models face problems related to flexibility in the modelling of how travellers value and use modes, consistency in the choice process and computational efficiency. To...
master thesis 2013
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Van Hoeckel, J.E.M. (author)
Dit rapport bekijkt de bereikbaarheid van de Rotterdamse haven in het jaar 2030 om een beeld te geven van de gesteldheid van de verschillende modaliteiten. Hierbij worden er drie modaliteiten bekeken namelijk de weg, het spoor en de binnenvaart. De algemene methode hierbij is om de knelpunten in het netwerk te vinden en een advies te geven hoe...
bachelor thesis 2012
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Verweij, R. (author)
In tijden van eindige olievoorraden, stijgende olieprijzen en een stijgende aandacht voor duurzame mobiliteit worden alternatieve brandstoffen steeds aantrekkelijker. Elektrische voertuigen (EVs) zijn een alternatief voor de huidige voertuigen. Elektrische voertuigen kunnen zowel onderweg als thuis worden opgeladen door middel een laadpaal. Met...
master thesis 2012
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Flu, M.E. (author)
A quantitative study for increasing the accessibility of Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname. The analysis was done with the help of a traffic demand model that was setup for the city and surrounding area.
master thesis 2012
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Bunschoten, T.M. (author)
A study of the existence of the tram bonus: the additional value which is created when a bus line is replaced by a tram line, which causes a passengers growth. This growth has been analyzed by comparing the difference in preference between the bus and tram, using a stated preference enquête. For a case in Utrecht the preference is translated in...
master thesis 2012
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Sigger, B. (author)
Public transport cuts pollution, creates space for city inhabitants and offers everyone the freedom to travel, to name but a few reasons for boasting public transport. However, the performance of public transport has decreased the past decade, in spite of an overall increase in mobility. Moreover, recent economic and political developments have...
master thesis 2011
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