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Nadi, A. (author), Sharma, S. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Bakri, T. (author), van Lint, H. (author), Tavasszy, L.A. (author)
article 2021
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Knapen, L. (author), Adnan, M. (author), Kochan, B. (author), Bellemans, T. (author), van der Tuin, M. (author), Zhou, H. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
conference paper 2021
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Madadi, B. (author), van Nes, R. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
This study focuses on network configurations to accommodate automated vehicles (AVs) on road networks during the transition period to full automation. The literature suggests that dedicated infrastructure for AVs and enhanced infrastructure for mixed traffic (i.e., AVs on the same lanes with conventional vehicles) are the main alternatives so...
article 2021
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Sharma, S. (author), Papamichail, I. (author), Nadi, A. (author), van Lint, H. (author), Tavasszy, L. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
conference paper 2021
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Bouma, G.M. (author), Vonk Noordegraaf, D.M. (author), Schipper-Rodenburg, C.A. (author), Chen, T.M. (author), van Meijeren, J.C. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
Vergaande digitalisering en automatisering van het mobiliteitssysteem worden door veel overheden, industrie en burgers gezien als dé oplossing voor grote mobiliteitsvraagstukken. De steeds snellere technologische ontwikkelingen maken het mobiliteitslandschap echter meer ongrijpbaar en onvoorspelbaar met het oog op de te maken impact en vragen om...
other 2020
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Zhou, H. (author), Dorsman, J.L. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Mandjes, M. (author), de Romph, E. (author)
The rising Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept integrates many new transport options for the travelling public, such as the use of public bikes and car-sharing services. As such, it offers more mobility combinations within a single journey than ever. To effectively handle the choice for such a mobility combination inside an activity-based...
conference paper 2020
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Snelder, M. (author), van Loon, A. (author)
A robust road network contributes to reliable travel times for road users and prevents large delays due to disturbances like incidents, road works and infrastructure and system failures. This paper gives an overview of three methods that have been applied in the Netherlands to assess the robustness and resilience of the motorway network. Each...
conference paper 2020
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Madadi, R. (author), van Nes, R. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Farah, H. (author), van Arem, Bb. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Madadi, B. (author), van Nes, R. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Faber, T. (author), Sharma, S. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Klunder, G.A. (author), Tavasszy, L.A. (author), van Lint, H. (author)
Truck platooning is the application of cooperative adaptive cruise control where multiple trucks are electronically linked using vehicle-to-vehicle communication. Although truck platoons might bring fuel savings and emission reductions, their interactions with surrounding traffic and resulting impact on traffic operations and safety are not...
article 2020
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Calvert, S.C. (author), Klunder, G.A. (author), Steendijk, J.L.L. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
A Field-Operational-Test (FOT) with CACC vehicles and wireless communication with intelligent intersections on arterial roads was performed in autumn 2018, initiated by the Province of Noord-Holland in The Netherlands. The goal of the pilot was to demonstrate the feasibility of CACC platooning and V2I/I2V (infrastructure-tovehicle) communication...
article 2020
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Sharma, S. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Tavasszy, L.A. (author), van Lint, H. (author)
Lane-changing models are essential components for microscopic simulation. Although the literature recognizes that different classes of vehicles have different ways of performing lane-change maneuvers, lane change behavior of truck drivers is an overlooked research area. We propose that truck drivers are heterogeneous in their lane change...
article 2020
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Madadi, B. (author), van Nes, R. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
This paper presents a bi-level model to optimize automated-vehicle-friendly subnetworks in urban road networks and an efficient algorithm to solve the model, which is relevant for the transition period with vehicles of different automation levels. We formulate the problem as a network design problem, define solution requirements, present an...
article 2019
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Zhou, H. (author), Dorsman, J.L. (author), Snelder, M. (author), de Romph, E. (author), Mandjes, M. (author)
Activity-based travel demand models (ABMs) are gaining popularity in the field of traffic modeling because of their high level of detail compared to traditional travel demand models. Due to this, however, ABMs have high computational requirements, making ABMs hard to use for analysis and optimization purposes. We address this problem by relying...
conference paper 2019
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Puylaert, S. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Nes, R. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
Modern cars are increasingly being equipped with automated driving functions. For governments it is important to gain insight in the mobility impacts of automated vehicles. This is important as the introduction of automated vehicles affects current investment decisions about infrastructure projects and other policy measures like road pricing....
article 2019
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Zomer, G.R. (author), Tilanus, P.A.J. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
The main goal of the ToGRIP project is to develop a data-driven integrated traffic and logistics model that can be used to design interventions (executed by the Port, Road and other authorities) to combat travel time unreliability and to improve logistic operations. Before designing possible logistics interventions, we first need to understand...
report 2019
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Madadi, B. (author), van Nes, R. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
This study explores a network configuration concept for vehicle automation levels 3–4 (according to SAE classifications) in an urban road network having mixed traffic and demonstrates its potential impacts. We assume automated driving will be allowed on a selection of roads. For the remaining roads, manual driving (although supported by...
article 2019
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Correia, G.H.D.A. (author), Looff, E. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Snelder, M. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
Many experts believe the transport system is about to change dramatically. This change is due to so-called fully-automated vehicles . However, at present, there are numerous important knowledge gaps that need to be solved for the successful integration of AVs in our transport systems, in particular regarding the impacts of AVs on travel demand....
article 2019
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Snelder, M. (author), Wilmiink, I.R. (author), van der Gun, J. (author), Bergveld, H.J. (author), Hoseini, P. (author), van Arem, B. (author)
This paper presents a model specifically developed to explore the mobility impacts of connected and automated driving and shared mobility. It is an explorative iterative model that uses an elasticity model for destination choice, a multinomial logit model for mode choice and a network fundamental diagram to assess traffic impacts. To the best of...
article 2019
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Smit, R. (author), van Mourik, H. (author), Verroen, E. (author), Pieters, M. (author), Bakker, D. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
bookPart 2019
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