Multi-objective optimisation of multimodal passenger transportation networks

Ties Brands

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Abstract

The resolution of measures related to multimodal trip making and corresponding network designs are identified by solving a multiobjective optimisation problem. Methods to analyse the resulting Pareto set provide insight into how total travel time, CO2 emissions, urban space used by parking and costs relate. In the Randstad case study increasing frequencies appears to be more effective to improve sustainability than introducing P&R facilities and train stations.
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Twente
Supervisors/Advisors
  • van Berkum, Eric C., Supervisor
  • Wismans, Luc Johannes Josephus, Advisor
Award date15 Oct 2015
Place of PublicationDelft/Enschede
Publisher
Print ISBNs978-90-5584-999-4
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2015

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Parking
Travel time
Multiobjective optimization
Sustainable development
Costs

Keywords

  • IR-97313
  • METIS-311827

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Brands, T. (2015). Multi-objective optimisation of multimodal passenger transportation networks. Delft/Enschede: Trail/CTIT/University of Twente.
Brands, Ties. / Multi-objective optimisation of multimodal passenger transportation networks. Delft/Enschede : Trail/CTIT/University of Twente, 2015. 208 p.
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