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Open access bibliography of ALLIANCE Sustainable Transport Interchanges Program – STIP

1. The European policy on intermodal transportation
  • Adamos, G., Nathanail, E. & Zacharaki, E., 2012. “Developing a Decision-Making Framework for collaborative practices in long-short distance transport interconnection”. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 48, 2012, Pages 2849-2859; available online at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • CLOSER, 2012. CLOSER Deliverable D4.2. Policy Advisory Group recommendations. CLOSER Project; available online at: https://trimis.ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2001. White Paper “European transport policy for 2010: Time to decide” (CEC, 2001); available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2004. Towards passenger intermodality in the European Union. Brussels; available online at: http://www.cabri-volga.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2006. Keep Europe Moving. Sustainable mobility for our continent. Mid-term review of the European Commission’s 2001 transport White Paper. ISBN 92-79-02312-8. Luxemburg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006; available online at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2007. “GREEN PAPER – Towards a new culture for urban mobility”, Brussels, 25.9.2007 COM (2007) 551 final; available online at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/(accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2009. A sustainable future for transport — Towards an integrated, technology-led and user-friendly system Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union 2009 — 26 pp. — 21 x 29.7 cm ISBN 978-92-79-13114-1; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2011. Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area –Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system. White Paper of the European Commission. COM (2011) 144 final; available online at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Eurostat (population and social conditions), Statistics in Focus No 72/2008; and European Commission, ‘Demography report 2008: Meeting social needs in an ageing society’. SEC(2008) 2911; available online at: http://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Nathanail E. & Adamos, G. 2013. “Planning and financing schemes linked to the decision-making for the interconnection of long-short distance transport”. Transport and Telecommunication. Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 20–28, ISSN (Online) 1407-6179, ISSN (Print) 1407-6160, DOI: 10.2478/ttj-2013-000, February 2013; available online at: https://content.sciendo.com/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
2. Building business models for intermodal transport interchanges
  • Fielt, E. (2011): Business Model Definition. Business Service Management, Smart Services CRC Pty Ltd., Vol. 3; available online at: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Gleissner, H., Femerling, J. C. (2013): Logistics : Basics – Exercises – Case Studies, Springer, Cham; available online at: https://de.slideshare.net (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Osterwalder, A., Pigneur, Y. (2010): Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers, Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ; available online at: http://alvarestech.com/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Trapp, M. (2014): Realizing Business Model Innovation – A Strategic Approach for Business Unit Managers, Springer Fachmedien, Wiesbaden; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
3. Sustainable development and transportation planning.
  • EUROSTAT, “Methodologies used in surveys of road freight transport in Member States, EFTA and Candidate Countries”, EUROSTAT manuals and guidelines, 2014; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Lincoln MPO, Travel demand model, (2006). Loma and associates; available online at: http://www.princeton.edu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Model validation, Final report revised for TransCAD 4.8, (2008). Alliance Transportation Group, Inc. CARTS TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (PHASE II) (S) METROPOLITAN. LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS; available online at: http://www.metroplan.temp1000.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Richardson, E. Ampt, and A. Meyburg (1995). Survey Methods for Transport Planning, Eucalyptus Press; available online at: http://www.no2hcf.co.uk/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Weidner, T.J., Donnelly, R., Freedman, J., Abraham, J.E., and J.D. Hunt (2007). A Summary of the Oregon TLUMIP Model Microsimulation Modules, presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; available online at: https://www.jtlu.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
4. Operation and management of intermodal transport systems
  • Banister, D. & Berechman, Y., 2001. Transport investment and the promotion of economic growth. Journal of Transport Geography, 9(2001) 209-218; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • City-HUB, 2013. City-HUB Deliverable D2.3. Lessons from descriptive case studies – recommendations for City-HUB model; available online at: http://www.cityhub.imet.gr/(accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • City-HUB, 2015. City-HUB Deliverable D5.2. City-HUB Handbook; available online at: http://www.cityhub.imet.gr/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2001. White Paper ” European transport policy for 2010: Time to decide (CEC, 2001); available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2006. Keep Europe Moving. Sustainable mobility for our continent. Mid-term review of the European Commission’s 2001 transport White Paper. ISBN 92-79-02312-8. Luxemburg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Communities, 2009. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. Action Plan of Urban Mobility. COM (2009) 490 final.Brussels, Belgium; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • European Commission, 2011. Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system. White Paper. COM (2011) 144 final. European Commission. Brussels, Belgium; available online at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/(accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • GUIDE Terzis, G., Last, An. GUIDE – Urban Interchanges – A Good Practice Guide – Final Report prepared for EC DG VII. April, 2000; available online at: https://trimis.ec.europa.eu/(accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
5. Optimization of intermodal transport systems
  • Anjos, M. F. and Vieira V.C.M. (2016). Mathematical optimization approaches for facility layout problems: The state-of-the-art and future research directions, European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 261, Issue 1, 16 August 2017, Pages 1-16; available online at: https://run.unl.pt/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Arnone, M., Mancini, S. and Rosa, A. (2014). Formulating a Mathematical Model for Container Assignment Optimization on an Intermodal Network Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 111, 5 February 2014, Pages 1063-1072; available online at: https://ac.els-cdn.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Flötteröd, G. (2017). A search acceleration method for optimization problems with transport simulation constraints, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Volume 98, April 2017, Pages 239-260; available online at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Gambardella, L.M., Mastrolilli, M., Rizzoli, A.E. and Zaffalon, M. (2001). An optimization methodology for intermodal terminal management. Journal of intelligent manufacturing 12:521:534; available online at: https://link.springer.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Hao, C. and Yue, Y. (2016). Optimization on Combination of Transport Routes and Modes on Dynamic Programming for a Container Multimodal Transport System, Procedia Engineering, Volume 137, 2016, Pages 382-390; available online at: https://ac.els-cdn.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Pedersen, M. B., Madsen, O. B. G., & Nielsen, O. A. (2005). Optimization models and solution methods for intermodal transportation; available online at: http://orbit.dtu.dk/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Sörensen, K. and Vanovermeire, C. (2013). Bi-objective optimization of the intermodal terminal location problem as a policy-support tool Computers in Industry, Volume 64, Issue 2, February 2013, Pages 128-135; available online at: https://ac.els-cdn.com/(accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Sun, Y., Lang, M., and Wang, D., (2015). Optimization Models and Solution Algorithms for Freight Routing Planning Problem in the Multi-Modal Transportation Networks: A Review of the State-of-the-Art. The Open Civil Engineering Journal, 2015, 9, 714-723; available online at: https://benthamopen.com/(accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Wang, Q. B. and Z. X. Han (2010). “The optimal routes and modes selection in container multimodal transportation networks” Int. Conf. Optoelectron. Image Process., vol. 2, pp. 573-576, 2010; available online at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/(accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Yang, K., Yang, L., Gao, Z. (2016). Planning and optimization of intermodal hub-and-spoke network under mixed uncertainty, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Volume 95, November 2016, Pages 248–266; available online at: https://ac.els-cdn.com/(accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
6. Intelligent services for passenger transportation
  • Austin, J. (2016): Passenger Transport Operations, Transport Demand Management, World Road Association, available online at: http://rno-its.piarc.org/ (accessed on 28 Sep. 2016).
  • Berg Insight (2013): ITS in Public Transport, Berg Insight, 3rd ed.; available online at: www.berginsight.com/ (accessed on 7 Oct.2016).
  • BMVI (2014/2015): Verkehr in Zahlen 2014/2015, Ed.: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur; available online at: http://www.umweltbundesamt.de/ (accessed 11 Oct. 2016).
  • Broaddus, A., Litman, T., Menon, G. (2009): Transportation Demand Management, Training Document, Division 44, Water, Energy and Transport, Sustainable Urban Transport; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 23 Jan. 2017).
  • Project (SUTP), gtz, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development; available online at: http://www.sutp.org (accessed 23 Jan. 2017).
  • Litman, T. (2016): Guide to Calculating Mobility Management Benefits, Victoria Transport Policy Institute, 250-360-1560; available online at: http://www.vtpi.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Passenger Transport (2013): Thematic Research Summary: Passenger Transport, Ed.: Transport Research and Innovation Portal on behalf of DG MOVE; available online at: http://www.kowi.de (accessed 10 Oct. 2016).
  • Rodrigue, J-P et al. (2017): The Geography of Transport Systems, Hofstra University, Department of Global Studies & Geography; available online at: http://people.hofstra.edu(accessed 5 Oct. 2016).
  • Siemens (2013): Integrated Mobility Platform; Siemens Infrastructure & Cities – Traffic Solutions; available online at: http://www.siemens.co.uk (accessed on 5 Oct. 2016).
  • Wilson, N. (2009): The Role of Information Technology in Improving Transit Systems, Transportation at MIT, Lecture; available online at: http://transportation.mit.edu (accessed on 28 Sep. 2016)
7. Smart information technologies in freight transport logistics
  • Brons, M., Givoni, M., Rietveld, P., 2009. Access to railway stations and its potential in increasing rail use. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43(2): 136–149; available online at: https://trid.trb.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018)
  • Edwards, B., 2011. Sustainability and the Design of Transport Interchanges. Abingdon, UK: Routledge; available online at: https://trid.trb.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018)
  • FDOT, 2007. Quality/Level of Service Handbook, Florida Department of Transportation; available online at: http://www.fdot.gov/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Wefering, F., S. Rupprecht, Buhrmann, S. & Bohler-Baedeker, S., 2013. Guidelines. Developing and implementing a sustainable urban mobility plan. Germany: Rupprecht Consult; available online at: http://www.eltis.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
8. Design of passenger transport interchanges
  • FDOT, 2013. Quality/Level of Service Handbook, Florida Department of Transportation; available online at: http://www.fdot.gov/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • GUIDE Terzis, G., Last, An. GUIDE – Urban Interchanges –A Good Practice Guide –Final Report prepared for EC DG VII. April, 2000; available online at: https://trimis.ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Network Rail, 2011. Guide to Station Planning and Design, Issue 1, Network Rail, London; available online at: https://cdn.networkrail.co.uk/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Rail Safety and Standards Board, 2013. Guidance on the implementation of station travel plans. RSSB; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 10 Dec. 2018).
  • Translink, 2011. Transit Passenger Facility Design Guidelines, Translink, Burnaby; available online at: https://www.translink.ca/ (accessed 20 Dec. 2018).
  • Wefering, F., S. Rupprecht, Buhrmann, S. & Bohler-Baedeker, S., 2013. Guidelines. Developing and implementing a sustainable urban mobility plan. Germany: Rupprecht Consult; available online at: http://www.eltis.org/ (accessed 20 Dec. 2018).
9. Design of freight transport interchanges
  • Ballis, A. (2006). Freight Villages: Warehouse Design and Rail Link Aspects. Presented at 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., p.16; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • CEC, Transport Infrastructure Needs Assessment in Central and Eastern Europe – TINA project; available online at: http://aei.pitt.edu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Department of Justice. (2010). 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design; available online at: http://www.ada.gov/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • GVZ Frankfurt. (2013). Freight Village Frankfurt (ODER). Logistics Hub for Combined Traffic between East and West. Retrieved December 15, 2013; available online at: http://gleisanschluss-brandenburg.de/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Nathanail E., 2007, “Developing an integrated logistics terminal network in the CADSES area”, Transition Studies Review, May 2007, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp 125-146; available online at: https://link.springer.com/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • VREF, Center of Excellence for Sustainable Urban Freight Systems, Improving Freight System Performance in Metropolitan Areas: Planning Guide Planning and Design Considerations; available online at: https://coe-sufs.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • World Bank, 2000, The Road to Stability and Prosperity in Southeastern Europe, March, 2000; available online at: http://documents.worldbank.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
10. Smart equipment for freight transhipment
  • Beria P., Maltese I., Mariotti I. (2012). Multicriteria versus cost benefit analysis: a comparative perspective in the assessment of sustainable mobility. European Transport Research Review, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp 137–152; available online at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Cascetta E. (2009). Transportation system analysis: models and applications. 2nd edition. Springer; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • CE Delft Report (2007). Handbook on estimation of external cost in the transport sector. EC DG Tren; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • COM – The European Commission (2007). Greenbook 2007 – Towards a new culture for urban mobility. Commission of the European Communities, Brussels; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Dunn W. N. (2002). Public policy analysis: An introduction, Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • EVA TREN (2008). Improved decision-aid methods and tools to support evaluation of investment for transport and energy networks in Europe. Deliverable 1. Evaluating the state-of-the-art in investment for transport and energy networks; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 20 Dez. 2018).
  • Glenaffric Ltd (2007). Six steps to effective evaluation: A handbook for program and project managers; available online at: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • HEATCO (2005). Developing harmonised European approaches for transport costing and project assessment. Deliverable 1: current practice in project appraisal in Europe.
  • HMT. (2003). Green Book: Appraisal and evaluation in central government. London: HMSO; available online at: http://www.fao.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Litman T. (1999). Evaluating public transit benefits and cost. Victoria, B.C.: Victoria Transport Policy Institute; available online at: http://www.vtpi.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
11. Decision making methodologies
  • Beria P., Maltese I., Mariotti I. (2012). Multicriteria versus cost benefit analysis: a comparative perspective in the assessment of sustainable mobility. European Transport Research Review, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp 137–152; available online at: https://link.springer.com/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • CE Delft Report (2007). Handbook on estimation of external cost in the transport sector. EC DG Tren.; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/transport/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • COM – The European Commission (2007). Greenbook 2007 – Towards a new culture for urban mobility. Commission of the European Communities, Brussels; available online at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • EVA TREN (2008). Improved decision-aid methods and tools to support evaluation of investment for transport and energy networks in Europe. Deliverable 1. Evaluating the state-of-the-art in investment for transport and energy networks; available online at: https://trimis.ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Glenaffric Ltd (2007). Six steps to effective evaluation: A handbook for programme and project managers; available online at: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • HEATCO (2005). Developing harmonised European approaches for transport costing and project assessment. Deliverable 1: current practice in project appraisal in Europe; available online at: https://trimis.ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • HMT. (2003). Green Book: Appraisal and evaluation in central government. London: HMSO; available online at: http://www.fao.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Litman T. (1999). Evaluating public transit benefits and cost. Victoria, B.C.: Victoria Transport Policy Institute; available online at: http://www.vtpi.org/ (accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
  • Sinha, K.C. and Labi, S. (2007). Transportation decision making. Principles of project evaluation and programming. Wiley; available online at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/(accessed 10 Dez. 2018).
12. Data collection methods: Surveys & Historical and observed data
  • Amekudzi, A., Meyer, M., & Ross, C. (2011). Transportation planning for sustainability guidebook. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Federal Highway Administration; available online at: http://live-active.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Bayart, C., Bonnel, P., & Morency, C. Survey mode integration and data fusion; available online at: https://www.researchgate.net/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Cambridge Systematics (1996), “Inc. Travel Survey Manual”, Prepared for the U.S. Department of Transportation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, D.C., USA; available online at: http://www.travelsurveymanual.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Cascetta E., (1984), “Estimation of trip matrices from traffic counts and survey data: a generalized least squares estimator”, Trasportation research, Vol. B, pp. 289-299, USA; available online at: https://ac.els-cdn.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Crevo C., Niedowski R., D. Scott, (1995) “Design and Conduct of a Statewide Household Travel Survey in Vermont”, Transportation Research Record 1477, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington DC, pp 26-30; available online at: http://onlinepubs.trb.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Hagen L., Zhou H., Pirinccioglu F., (2006), “Development of Revised Methodology for Collecting Origin-Destination Data”, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), USA; available online at: https://www.cutr.usf.edu/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Nathanail E., 2007, “Developing an integrated logistics terminal network in the CADSES area”, Transition Studies Review, May 2007, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp 125-146; available online at: https://link.springer.com/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • NOVELOG project (2016). Framework for Data, Information and Knowledge Collection for Urban Freight and Service Demand Understanding. Deliverable 2.1.; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Survey Sampling. Theory and Methods, 2nd edition. Arijit Chaudhuri, Horst Stenger. Charman&Hall, 2005.- 380 p.; available online at: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Travel survey methods, freight data systems, and asset management 2011. (2011). Washington, D.C.; available online at: https://trrjournalonline.trb.org/ (accessed 17 Dez. 2018).
  • Yatskiv, A. Grakovski and E. Yurshevich. An overview of different methods available to observe traffic flows using new technologies. In: Proceedings of the international conference NTTS, 5-7 March 2013, Brussels, Belgium, 2013; available online at: https://ec.europa.eu/(accessed 17 Dez. 2018).

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