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  • Criteria for optimizing a road network 

    Regalado López, Francisco Javier; Campos Cacheda, Jose Magin; Saurí Marchán, Sergi (2021)
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    Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is the most widely used tool for appraisal of transportation infrastructure projects, but there isn’t generalize guidelines about its implementation, there can be found different approaches that ...
  • Analysis of an autonomous driving modular bus system 

    Romea i Miquel, Guillem; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (2021)
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    One of the main complaints about the performance of the bus systems is the time lost at recurrent stops along the route, that results on a low bus speed service. Among the potential measures to speed up the bus service, ...
  • Charging operations in battery electric bus systems at the depot 

    Campos Cacheda, Jose Magin; Mension, Josep; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (2021)
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    This paper analyzes the effect of the limited range of battery electric bus on the operation of the bus services charged at the bus garage. A model has been built to calculate the performance of the routes according to the ...
  • Análisis estructural de redes de transporte público usando teoría de redes: caso de Guadalajara México 

    Barraza Aguilar, Orlando Marath; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (2021)
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    Dentro del contexto de planeación de transporte público el análisis estructural es clave para entender la eficiencia del sistema. En este trabajo se propone una metodología de análisis estructural aplicada a una red ...
  • Working hours and traffic accident injuries: case study in Barcelona 

    Aiash, Ahmad; Robusté Antón, Francesc (2021)
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    Working hours in Spain is generally last for 8 hours per day with a maximum of 40 hours per week. Working hours, therefore, can impact the traffic flow and characteristics due to the intensity of road usage by different ...
  • Does size really matter? Dual distribution channel with vans and autonomous delivery devices 

    Lemardele, Clement; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (Universidad de Burgos. Servicio de publicaciones e imagen institucional, 2021)
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    E-commerce sales worldwide are expected to skyrocket in future years, increasing freight traffic in cities. In this context, sidewalk autonomous delivery devices (ADDs) show great potentialities to decrease carriers’ ...
  • Spatial analysis of public transportation infrastructure in Santiago, Chile 

    Medina Tapia, Marcos; Robusté Antón, Francesc; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (Universidad de Burgos. Servicio de publicaciones e imagen institucional, 2021)
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    Santiago, the capital city of Chile, has seven million inhabitants in an area of 850 km2. This city has a metro network with seven lines extending 140 kilometers and transports approximately 2.6 million people daily. Toe ...
  • From urban congestion pricing to tradable mobility credits: a review 

    Li, Siyu; Robusté Antón, Francesc (Universidad de Burgos. Servicio de publicaciones e imagen institucional, 2021)
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    Congestion is still a big challenge for urban mobility while vehicle sharing, eCommerce and autonomous vehicles will likely increase the: unit veh-km of each vehicle and the density of vehicles moving on the streets. Urban ...
  • Platooning of connected automated vehicles on freeways: a bird's eyeview 

    Martínez Díaz, Margarita; Al-Haddad, Christelle; Soriguera Martí, Francesc; Antoniou, Constantinos (Universidad de Burgos. Servicio de publicaciones e imagen institucional, 2021)
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    A platoon can be defined as a group of consecutive vehicles that exchange information, so that they drive in a coordinated way, allowing very small spacings and still travelling at relatively high speeds. The concept of ...
  • Modelling individual perception of barriers to bike use 

    Caicedo Mafla, María Angélica; Mayorga Cárdenas, Miguel Yuri; Estrada Romeu, Miguel Ángel (Universidad de Burgos. Servicio de publicaciones e imagen institucional, 2021)
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    People face different baniers when choosing to commute by bike. The predorninance of these ban-iers in users' perception could ex¡plain the low cyclability rates present in many cities. An investigation of cyclists' ...
  • Weather Routing Software for academic purposes A pilot study 

    Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Borén Altés, Clara; Grifoll Colls, Manel; Martínez de Osés, Francesc Xavier (International Association of Maritime Universities, 2019)
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  • An agile simheuristic for the stochastic team task assignment and orienteering problem: applications to unmanned aerial vehicles 

    Panadero, Javier; Juan Pérez, Ángel Alejandro; Grifoll Colls, Manel; Dehghanimohamamdabadi, Mohammad; Freixes, Alfons; Serrat Piè, Carles (2020)
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    Efficient coordination of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) requires the solving of challenging operational problems. One of them is the integrated team task assignment and orienteering problem (TAOP). The TAOP can be seen ...

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