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Schuller, Pieter (author)
In recent years, Shared Mobility-on-Demand systems have emerged as a great method for door-to-door transportation. Studies have shown that it is possible to route vehicles and assign requests to vehicles efficiently in large-scale systems. These studies commonly report one-dimensional performance metrics such as average vehicle occupancy,...
master thesis 2021
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Maričić, Marko (author)
Despite its potential benefits of reduced traffic congestion and discounted trips, incorporating ride-pooling in a city comes with a set of challenges that require thorough analysis, optimisation, and planning. Even though, services like \textit{Uber} have existed in Amsterdam for over a decade, city wide ride-pooling has yet to be implemented....
student report 2021
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Kucharski, R.M. (author), Cats, O. (author)
The premise of ride-sharing is that service providers can offer a discount, so that travellers are compensated for prolonged travel times and induced discomfort, while still increasing their revenues. While recently proposed real-time solutions support online operations, algorithms to perform strategic system-wide evaluations are crucially...
journal article 2020
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Narayan S., Jishnu (author), Cats, O. (author), van Oort, N. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
The recent emergence of innovative mobility solutions is changing the mobility landscape in urban areas. However, it remains unknown how the combined operation of private and pooled on-demand services affect service performance and the required dimensioning of the fleet size for such services. This study develops a model to determine the...
journal article 2020
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Liang, X. (author), Homem de Almeida Correia, G. (author), An, Kun (author), van Arem, B. (author)
In this paper, we study the dial-a-ride problem of ride-sharing automated taxis (ATs) in an urban road network, considering the traffic congestion caused by the ATs. This shared automated mobility system is expected to provide a seamless door-to-door service for urban travellers, much like what the existing transportation network companies ...
journal article 2020
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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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Katzy, Jonathan (author), Rietveld, Tim (author), van der Steeg, Jaap-Jan (author), Wiegel, Erik (author)
As Machine Learning is becoming more accessible to small businesses, thanks to the rapid advance in computing power, smaller start-ups such as Sjauf (a ride sharing start-up) are starting to get interested in implementing Machine Learning solutions in their product. Sjauf needed a system that could automatically tell its customers how much a...
bachelor thesis 2018
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van der Zee, Menno (author)
Privately owned cars are an unsustainable mode of transportation, especially in cities. New Mobility on Demand (MoD) services should offer a convenient and sustainable alternative to privately owned cars. Notable in this field is the recent uprise of ride-sharing services such as offered by companies like Uber and Grab. Such services, especially...
master thesis 2018
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Alves Beirigo, B. (author), Schulte, F. (author), Negenborn, R.R. (author)
In the realm of human urban transportation, many recent studies have shown that comparatively smaller fleets of shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) are able to provide efficient door-to-door transportation services for city dwellers. However, because of the steady growth of e-commerce and same-day delivery services, new city logistics...
journal article 2018
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Wins, Jelle (author)
Traditional urban public transit may be on the verge of disruption with the global rise of new mobility services, such as on-demand ride-sharing, car-sharing and MaaS. Tram assets were found to be most vulnerable for disruption as the tram lacks the speed advantage of the metro and de bus has limited dedicated assets. Tram assets could run the...
master thesis 2017
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