Sierpiński, Grzegorz

Intelligent Transport Systems and Travel Behaviour

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Table of contents

Part I. Modelling of Transport Systems and Travelling Behaviour

1. Development of Various Scenarios of ITS Systems for Urban Area
Grzegorz Karoń, Ryszard Janecki

2. The Influence of Countdown Timers on the Traffic Safety of Pedestrians and Vehicles at the Signalized Intersection
Aleksander Sobota, Marcin Jacek Klos, Grzegorz Karoń

3. Air Transport Service in Academic Research at Polish Airports
Dariusz Tłoczyński

4. Underage Pedestrian Road Users in Terms of Road Accidents
Piotr Czech

Part II. Smart Cities and Green Travelling

5. Regression Based Emission Models for Vehicle Contribution to Climate Change
Ander Pijoan, Iraia Oribe-Garcia, Oihane Kamara-Esteban, Konstantinos N. Genikomsakis, Cruz E. Borges, Ainhoa Alonso-Vicario

6. The Effect of University Campuses on the Modal Split of Polish Cities
Romanika Okraszewska, Aleksandra Romanowska, Kazimierz Jamroz

7. Distance and Frequency of Travels Made with Selected Means of Transport—A Case Study for the Upper Silesian Conurbation (Poland)
Grzegorz Sierpiński

8. Pedestrian Route Search Based on OpenStreetMap
Sebastian Naumann, Mikhail Y. Kovalyov

Part III. Modern Transport and Logistics in Urban Areas

9. Road Pavement Condition as a Determinant of Travelling Comfort
Marcin Staniek

10. Risks Arising from Introducing Bicycle Traffic onto Designated Bus Lanes
Marek Bauer

11. Support for Green Logistics Using the GTAlg Tool
Ireneusz Celiński

12. Application of the Genetic Algorithm for Optimization of the Public Transportation Lines
Aleksander Król

Part IV. New Solutions for Transport Systems in the World

13. Analysis of Significance of Differences Between Psychotechnical Parameters for Drivers at the Entries to One-Lane and Turbo Roundabouts in Poland
Elżbieta Macioszek

14. Towards an Optimal Multimodal Travel Planner—Lessons from the European Experience
Przemyslaw Borkowski

15. A Hybrid Planning Method for Charging Infrastructure for Electrically Driven Buses in Public Transportation
Hubert Büchter, Sebastian Naumann

16. Location of Electric Buses Recharging Stations Using Point Method Procedure
Krzysztof Krawiec

17. Testing Station-Related Railway Control Systems—Functional and Failure-Response Tests
Szymon Surma, Marcin Gołębiewski

Keywords: Engineering, Computational Intelligence, Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)

Publication year
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Technology, Energy, Traffic
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