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A framework for integrating disadvantaged analysis into transportation planning models
(Gold Coast, 2006)
The ability to access personal or public transportation is fundamental for people to connect with employment opportunities, health and medical services, educational services, and the community at large. However certain ...
A data coding and screening system for accident risk patterns: A learning system
(WIT Press, 2011)
Accidents on urban roads can occur for many reasons, and the contributing factors together pose some complexity in the analysis of the casualties. In order to simplify the analysis and track changes from one accident to ...
Making accident data compatible with ITS-based traffic management: Turkish case
(Intelligent Transport Systems, 2010)
One of the most important reasons of the high rate of accidents would largely lend itself to ineffective data collection and evaluation process since the necessary information cannot be obtained effectively from the traffic ...
Contribution of the Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) systems to the road safety: A scenario-based comparative evaluation
(Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2012)
Though the number of "real ground" PRT projects are few, it can be possible to deduce some hypothetical safety conclusions. For the very optimist assumption that the control algorithms will only "allow" them to operate in ...
The method of policy capturing for the transportation disadvantaged: Simulation results
In the previous study called "A Modelling Approach for the Transportation Disadvantaged", which was an experimental one calibrated in a small town in Turkey, it was observed that an integrated TPM for the disadvantaged ...