Multimodal network design and assessment

Ties Brands, T.P. Alkim (Editor), Gijs van Eck, Bart van Arem (Editor), T. Arentze (Editor)

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Abstract

A framework is proposed for the design of an optimal multimodal transport network for the Randstad area. This research framework consists of a multi-objective optimization heuristic and a fast network assessment module, which results in a set of Pareto optimal solutions. Subsequently, a proper method reduces this set to an acceptably small size, after which every remaining solution is assessed in detail by a newly developed dynamic multimodal assignment model, which provides an overview of the different qualities (like environmental impact, accessibility and livability) of promising networks.
Original languageUndefined
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event11th International TRAIL Congress 2010: Connecting People - Integrating Expertise - Delft, Netherlands
Duration: 23 Nov 201024 Nov 2010
Conference number: 11

Conference

Conference11th International TRAIL Congress 2010
CountryNetherlands
CityDelft
Period23/11/1024/11/10

Keywords

  • dynamic traffic assignment
  • IR-101254
  • Sustainability
  • bi-level optimization
  • Network design
  • Multimodal
  • multi-objective

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Brands, T., Alkim, T. P. (Ed.), van Eck, G., van Arem, B. (Ed.), & Arentze, T. (Ed.) (2010). Multimodal network design and assessment. Paper presented at 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands.
Brands, Ties ; Alkim, T.P. (Editor) ; van Eck, Gijs ; van Arem, Bart (Editor) ; Arentze, T. (Editor). / Multimodal network design and assessment. Paper presented at 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands.5 p.
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Brands, T, Alkim, TP (ed.), van Eck, G, van Arem, B (ed.) & Arentze, T (ed.) 2010, 'Multimodal network design and assessment' Paper presented at 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands, 23/11/10 - 24/11/10, .

Multimodal network design and assessment. / Brands, Ties; Alkim, T.P. (Editor); van Eck, Gijs; van Arem, Bart (Editor); Arentze, T. (Editor).

2010. Paper presented at 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands.

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Brands T, Alkim TP, (ed.), van Eck G, van Arem B, (ed.), Arentze T, (ed.). Multimodal network design and assessment. 2010. Paper presented at 11th International TRAIL Congress 2010, Delft, Netherlands.