Report Human Factors in Traffic Management

In 2012 TrafficQuest published a State-fo-the-Art report on "Human Factors in Traffic Management". On a European level people were interested to use this report as input for a research program on human factors and ITS. Therefore, the Dutch report has been translated and it by now can be found in the reports section.

Overview effects traffic management

Gaining knowledge about the effects of traffic management is useful and necessary, both for policy formulation as for traffic operations. On a strategic level decisions are made which alternatives to invest in are most feasible and cost effective and on an operational level the impact of a traffic management scenario is studied to improve traffic operations. In The Netherlands a lot of attention has been paid to the evaluation of traffic management measures. Since 2008 an overview exists in which the results of evaluations studies are presented in a comprehensive manner. Recently, TrafficQuest updated this overview with the latest studies, with makes that the overview contains the results of more than 175 evaluations. The references are given in this list (in Dutch) and the results itself are summarised in a presentation (also in Dutch only). In the future the results will be presented in a more accessible way and also in English.

Masterclass 'Future of Traffic Management"

Prior the 20th edition of the renowned International Symposium on Transporation & Traffic Theory, TrafficQuest organises a masterclass on the future of traffic management on July 16th. This masterclass aims at showing possible future scenarios, as well as promising innovative management and control concepts. During this afternoon, several well known and well informed presenters from academia and practice will share their views on the future of traffic management with the audience. The presentations will show the state of the art in implementation of network-wide traffic management , as well as newly developed traffic control concepts.

Coordination of measures

Not available in English

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