Smart Mobility Methodologies for Optimizing Transport Networks

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With increases in communication technology and wider availability of diverse real-time data, the behaviour of travellers is fundamentally shifting as individuals are more open to shared mobility, journey adaptation, and trip-based pricing. Further, the tools available to regional planners are growing exponentially in terms of predictive capability as well as complexity. This research will develop new formulations and solution methods for dynamic transport network equilibrium including mechanisms for improving system congestion and reliability. The newly developed theories, models and tools will be focused on quantitative methods for improving system-wide transport conditions while capturing the aforementioned newly emerging behaviour of travellers.

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Supervisory team
Steven
Waller

Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lauren
Gardner

Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Gary
Froyland

Science
Mathematics and Statistics
s.waller@unsw.edu.au

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