Journal: J. Intellig. Transport. Systems

Volume 21, Issue 6

0 -- 0. Editorial Board
435 -- 438George F. List, Billy Williams. Advances in travel time reliability monitoring and assessment
439 -- 451Xiangfeng Ji, Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, Jian Zhang 0011, Bin Ran. Subjective-utility travel time budget modeling in the stochastic traffic network assignment
452 -- 464Raphaël Delhome, Romain Billot, Nour-Eddin El Faouzi. Travel time statistical modeling with the Halphen distribution family
465 -- 477C. de Boer, Maaike Snelder, R. van Nes, Bart van Arem. The impact of route guidance, departure time advice and alternative routes on door-to-door travel time reliability: Two data-driven assessment methods
478 -- 491Elham Sharifi, Stanley Ernest Young, Sepideh Eshragh, Masoud Hamedi, Reuben M. Juster, Kartik Kaushik. Outsourced probe data effectiveness on signalized arterials
492 -- 506Neila Bhouri, Maurice Aron, Jean-Patrick Lebacque, Habib Haj Salem. Effectiveness of travel time reliability indicators in the light of the assessment of dynamic managed lane strategy
507 -- 524Ravi Seshadri, Karthik K. Srinivasan. Robust traffic assignment model: Formulation, solution algorithms and empirical application
525 -- 543Fahimeh Khoshniyat, Anders Peterson. Improving train service reliability by applying an effective timetable robustness strategy

Volume 21, Issue 5

349 -- 363Celeste Chavis, Eleni Christofa. A real-time signal control strategy for mitigating the impact of bus stops at urban signalized intersections
364 -- 374Justin Schorr, Samer H. Hamdar, Claire Silverstein. Measuring the safety impact of road infrastructure systems on driver behavior: Vehicle instrumentation and real world driving experiment
375 -- 389Selini Natalia Hadjidimitriou, Marco Mamei, Mauro Dell'Amico, Ioannis Kaparias. Classification of Livebus arrivals user behavior
390 -- 408Santos Sánchez-Cambronero, Pilar Jiménez, Ana Rivas, Inmaculada Gallego. Plate scanning tools to obtain travel times in traffic networks
409 -- 421Zhijun Chen, Chaozhong Wu, Zhen Huang, Nengchao Lyu, Zhaozheng Hu, Ming Zhong, Yang Cheng, Bin Ran. Dangerous driving behavior detection using video-extracted vehicle trajectory histograms
422 -- 434Anthony D. McDonald, John D. Lee, Nazan Aksan, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo. Using kinematic driving data to detect sleep apnea treatment adherence

Volume 21, Issue 4

251 -- 254C. Y. David Yang, Kaan Ozbay, Xuegang (Jeff) Ban. Developments in connected and automated vehicles
255 -- 270Liang Zheng, Bin Ran, Helai Huang. Safety evaluation for driving behaviors under bidirectional looking context
271 -- 284Peng Cao, Yubai Hu, Tomio Miwa, Yukiko Wakita, Takayuki Morikawa, Xiaobo Liu. An optimal mandatory lane change decision model for autonomous vehicles in urban arterials
285 -- 295José Eugenio Naranjo, Felipe Jiménez, José Javier Anaya, Edgar Talavera, Óscar Gómez. Application of vehicle to another entity (V2X) communications for motorcycle crash avoidance
296 -- 309Arash Olia, Hossam Abdelgawad, Baher Abdulhai, Saiedeh N. Razavi. Optimizing the number and locations of freeway roadside equipment units for travel time estimation in a connected vehicle environment
310 -- 323Yong Hoon Kim, Srinivas Peeta. Modeling of the dynamic flow propagation of multiple units of information under vehicle-to-vehicle communications based advanced traveler information systems
324 -- 348Dimitris Milakis, Bart van Arem, Bert Van Wee. Policy and society related implications of automated driving: A review of literature and directions for future research

Volume 21, Issue 3

167 -- 178Zhongyu Wang, Qing Cai, Bing Wu, Lingyu Zheng, Yinhai Wang. Shockwave-based queue estimation approach for undersaturated and oversaturated signalized intersections using multi-source detection data
179 -- 189Seoungbum Kim, Benjamin Coifman. Assessing the performance of SpeedInfo radar traffic sensors
190 -- 201Md Shahadat Iqbal, Mohammed Hadi, Yan Xiao. Predicting arterial breakdown probability: A data mining approach
202 -- 213Deepak Shrestha, David J. Lovell, Yorghos Tripodis. Hardware and software for collecting microscopic trajectory data on naturalistic driving behavior
214 -- 226Fangce Guo, Rajesh Krishnan, John Polak. The influence of alternative data smoothing prediction techniques on the performance of a two-stage short-term urban travel time prediction framework
227 -- 238Haitham Al-Deek, Adrian Sandt, Ahmad Alomari, Omar Hussain. A technical note on evaluating the effectiveness of bus rapid transit with transit signal priority
239 -- 250Tomio Miwa, Michael G. H. Bell. Efficiency of routing and scheduling system for small and medium size enterprises utilizing vehicle location data

Volume 21, Issue 2

79 -- 93Mingxin Li, Xuesong Zhou, Nagui M. Rouphail. Quantifying travel time variability at a single bottleneck based on stochastic capacity and demand distributions
94 -- 110Peng Chen, Jian Sun, Hongsheng Qi. Estimation of delay variability at signalized intersections for urban arterial performance evaluation
111 -- 122Indrajit Chatterjee, Chen-Fu Liao, Gary A. Davis. A statistical process control approach using cumulative sum control chart analysis for traffic data quality verification and sensor calibration for weigh-in-motion systems
123 -- 135Libo Cao, Zheng Chen, Lingbo Yan, Qin Qin, Ruifeng Zhang. A proposed vision and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication-based vehicle positioning approach
136 -- 147Yuanchang Xie, Huixing Zhang, Nathan H. Gartner, Tugba Arsava. Collaborative merging strategy for freeway ramp operations in a connected and autonomous vehicles environment
148 -- 166Yiqi Zhang, Changxu Wu, Jingyan Wan. A human-in-the-loop wireless warning message notification model and its application in connected vehicle systems

Volume 21, Issue 1

1 -- 11Peter J. Jin, Jie Fang, Xiaowen Jiang, Michael Degaspari, C. Michael Walton. Gap metering for active traffic control at freeway merging sections
12 -- 25Xianbiao Hu, Yi-Chang Chiu, Jeff Shelton. Development of a behaviorally induced system optimal travel demand management system
26 -- 40Ning Zhu, Shoufeng Ma, Liang Zheng. Travel time estimation oriented freeway sensor placement problem considering sensor failure
41 -- 51Alhadi Ali Albousefi, Hao Ying, Dimitar Filev, Fazal U. Syed, Prakah-Asante Kwaku, Finn Tseng, Hsin-Hsiang Yang. A two-stage-training support vector machine approach to predicting unintentional vehicle lane departure
52 -- 62Maryam Moshiri, Jeannette Montufar. Evaluation of detection sensitivity and count performance of advanced vehicle detection technologies at a signalized intersection
63 -- 77Elvira Thonhofer, Elisabeth Luchini, Stefan Jakubek. A flexible, adaptive traffic network simulation with parameter estimation