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Models and methodologies for the assessment of innovative urban transport systems and policies options


1- Develop a set of models and methodologies for the simulation, planning and evaluation of Transport Demand Management (TDM) measures, singly or combined in packages

2- Assess the socio-economic and users' benefits of a range of TDM policies, based on structured and flexible packages of measures such as differential pricing, parking/access restrictions, car-pooling, park & ride and innovative transport supply services (line services, dial-a-ride, shared-time cars, ...)
3- Conduct a European-wide assessment of existing transport models 4- Improve transport models structure, adding more flexibility to transport supply modelling and enabling to disaggregate transport demand behaviour analysis 5- Improve models and algorithms for the evaluation of non conventional TDM measures and likely future policy options 6- Develop models and methodologies for transport policy decision-making, with an emphasis on interactions among the different actors

Como (IT), Salerno (IT), Randstad (NL), York (UK), Thessaloniki (GR), Geneva (CH)
Transport RTD programme Telematics applications programme

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