- Conference (12)
- Cycling (3)
- Economics (2)
- Energy and Fuel (13)
- Environment and Climate (30)
- Flight (1)
- Freight Transport (9)
- Human Behaviour and Attitudes (12)
- Infrastructure (29)
- Intelligent Transport Systems (7)
- Maintenance (15)
- Passenger Transport (18)
- Policy and Planning (12)
- Safety (38)
- Simulation (1)
- Traffic and Traffic Control (8)
- Uncategorized (17)
- Vehicles (25)
Category Archives: Intelligent Transport Systems
The MAASiFiE project (Mobility As A Service For Linking Europe, 2015-2017) funded by CEDR aimed at identifying and analysing MaaS business models and service combinations. Also impact assessment and technological aspects of MaaS were studied. The main expected result was the Roadmap 2025 for MaaS...
The TEAM project (Tomorrow’s Elastic Adaptive Mobility, 2012-2016), co-funded by the European Commission, created building blocks for connected and collaborative mobility. Eleven applications were developed for travellers and traffic management professionals to enable better mobility solutions....
Traffic backups can be reduced by new traffic systems in which each vehicle is given an individual speed limit. The major challenge is to get everyone to agree to such a system. VTI is now demonstrating the benefits of new information sources by co-authoring a recently published book. Ellen...
Intelligent transport systems can effectively reduce emissions from vehicles, and the European Commission launched a directive in 2010 to speed up the deployment of these systems. User acceptance and demand are important factors for a successful deployment and can be measured in different...
The EC co-funded project DRIVE C2X provided evidence that cooperative systems work and demonstrated positive impacts on driver behaviour, mobility, traffic safety, travel efficiency and the environment, with high user acceptance. DRIVE C2X provided a comprehensive, Europe-wide assessment of...