The documents within this research compendium were prepared and submitted to the Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting a five-day conference that took place from January 7 – 11, 2018 in in Washington D.C.… Read more
TRB 2018 was an exciting, action-packed meeting with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops. In conjunction with this year’s theme; Transportation: Moving the Economy of the Future, we are proud to showcase to policymakers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions our latest innovations and evolution as a brand.… Read more
On the back of the UK government’s devolution agenda are forthcoming changes to legislation that will give Local Authorities more powers to take back control of their bus networks. Should Local Authorities decide to act on these powers, they will have the opportunity to benefit from a holistically planned and managed transport system network.… Read more
“ITS in Public Transport” – #5: partner or competitors – public transport and sharing systems
Anyone who has spent any time in the world’s biggest cities recently can hardly have missed them: bicycle hire schemes are popping up everywhere. In May 2011 there were just under 140 bike sharing programmes in operation, offering around 237,000 bicycles in 165 cities, and their popularity was still growing.… Read more
“ITS in Public Transport” – #3: Today, we look at modelling the effects of dynamic passenger information.
ITS systems takes the pain out of searching for the optimum connection, as we described in our last article. Timetable information systems and increasingly dynamically updated displays at stops and stations or on-board vehicles are replacing conventional, static printed information about the transport network.… Read more