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A New Concept and General Algorithm Architecture to improve Automated Incident Detection K Zhang and MAP Taylor Australia
Understanding Traffic Breakdown: A Stochastic Approach  R Kuehne, R Manhke and J Hinkel Germany
Optimal Single Route Transit Vehicle Scheduling A Ceder Isreal
Variation of Value of Travel Time Savings over Travel Time in Urban Commuting: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis H Kato Japan
Anticipative Vehicle Control Algorithm Mitigating Temporal Information Delay Y Liu and F Dion USA
Reserve Capacity of a Signal-Controlled Network Considering the Effect of Physical Queuing CK Wong, SC Wong and HK Lo Hong Kong
Time Dependent Delay at Unsignalised Intersections W Brilon Germany
A generalisation of the Risk-Averse Traffic Assignment WY Szeto, L Obrien and M O'Mahony Ireland
Dynamic Ramp Metering Strategies for Risk-Averse System Optimal Assignment T Akamatsu and T Nagae Japan
Theoretical Bounds Of Congestion-Pricing Efficiency For A Continuum Transportation System HW Ho and SC Wong Hong Kong
Empirical Studies on Road Traffic Response to Capacity Reduction R Clegg UK
Uniqueness of Equilibrium in Continuous Models for Dynamic Traffic Networks R Mounce and M Smith UK
Developing a Positive Approach to Travel Demand Analysis  L Zhang USA
On-line Ambulance Dispatching Heuristics with the Consideration of Triage KI Wong, F Kurauchi and MGH Bell Taiwan
Properties of a Microscopic Heterogeneous Multi-anticipative Traffic Flow Model S Hoogendoorn, S Ossen and M Schreuder Holland
A Game Theoretical Approach for Modeling Merging and Yielding Behavior at Freeway On-Ramp Section H Liu, W Xin ZM Adam and J X Ban USA
A General Modelling Framework for Travelers Day-to-Day Route Adjustment Processes F Yan and H Lui USA
A Theory on Modeling Collaboration in Logistics Networks: Combining Network Design Theory and Transaction Costs Economics B Groothedde and P Bovy Holland
Random Supply and Strategic Behaviour in Static Traffic Assignment G Bellei and G Gentile Italy
A Markov Process Model for Capacity-constrained Frequency-based Transit Assignment F Teklu, D Watling and R Connors UK
The Co-evolution of Land Use and Road Networks D Levinson, F Xie and S Zhu USA
Assessing Network Vulnerability of Degradable Transportation Systems: An Accessibility Based Approach A Chen, S Kongsomsaksakula, Z Zhoua, M Leea and W Recker USA
Analysis of Dynamic System Optimum and Externalities with Departure Time Choice AHF Chow UK
Stochastic Modelling and Simulation of Multi-lane Traffic N Dundon and A Sopasakis USA
The Lagrangian Coordinates and What It Means for First Order Traffic Flow Models L Leclercq, J Laval and E Chevallier France
Generic Second Order Traffic Flow Modelling JP Lebacque, S Mammar and H Haj-Salem France
Bounding the Inefficiency of Toll Competition among Congested Roads  F Xiao, H Yang and X Guo Hong Kong
State Dependence in Driver Behaviour Models C Choudhury, M Ben-Akiva, T Toledo, A Rao and G Lee USA
A Frequency Based Transit Model for Dynamic Traffic Assignment to Multimodal Networks  L Meschini, G Gentile and N Papola  Italy
Time-Differential Pricing of Road Tolls and Parking Charges in a Transport Network with Elastic Demand Z-C Li, H-J Huang, WHKLam and SC Wong  Hong Kong
Commuting Equilibria on a Mass Transit System with Capacity Constraints Q Tian, H-J Huang and H Yang  China
A Novel Fuzzy Logic Controller for Transit Preemption Signal  YC Chiou, MT Wang and LW Lan Taiwan
A Robust Approach to the Continuous Network Design Problem with Demand Uncertainty Y Yin and S Lawphongpanich USA
A Computable Theory of Dynamic Congestion Pricing T Friesz, C Kwon and R Mookherjee USA
Freeway Traffic Oscillations and Vehicle Lane-Change Manoeuvres  S Ahn and M Cassidy USA
On Path Marginal Cost and its Relation to Dynamic System-Optimal Traffic Assignment W Shen, Y Nie and HM Zhang USA