Dive into the ETRR TRA 2022 Topical collection

While you patiently wait for TRA 2024 Dublin, dive into the ETRR TRA 2022 Topical collection.

Under the theme “Moving together – reimagining mobility worldwide,” TRA 2022 Lisbon fostered discussions on cutting-edge research and innovations transforming the transport landscape.

This TRA topical collection, curated by Luis de Picado Santos (Chair of the Programme Committee for TRA2022) and former ETRR Editor in Chier, Karst Geurs, gathers selected high-quality papers presented at TRA Lisbon.

So far 9 articles have been published, and more will become available in the next weeks. Get a glimpse into some remarkable contributions, by clicking on the links below.

Predicting the duration of motorway incidents using machine learning by Robert Corbally, Linhao Yang, and Abdollah Malekjafarian.

Addressing sustainability in mobility: a study on Finnish smart mobility innovation projects by Valtteri Ahonen, Shahid Hussain, Virve Merisalo, Veikko Pekkala and Pekka Leviäkangas 

Ride2Rail: integrating ridesharing to increase the attractiveness of rail travel by David Golightly and Emiliano Altobelli,  Nicola Bassi, Petr Buchníček, Cristian Consonni, Petra Juránková, Lambros Mitropoulos,  Giuseppe Rizzi,  Matteo Rossi,  Maria Scrocca,  Eetu Rutanen,  Annie Kortsari & Harris Niavis 

Assessing the intention to uptake MaaS: the case of Randstad by Iria Lopez-Carreiro, Andres Monzon, and Elena Lopez

Synchromodal transport re-planning: an agent-based simulation approach by Shafagh Alaei, Javier Durán-Micco, and Cathy Macharis

Speed control with low complexity for multiple autonomous vehicles in roundabouts by Zsófia Farkas, Balázs Németh, András Mihály and Péter Gáspár 

The TRA2022 topical collection, available in full open access, is just a click away: https://www.springeropen.com/collections/TRA2022

Dive into these insightful articles, explore the forefront of transport research, and stay tuned for TRA 2024 in Dublin!

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