Scientific and technical sessions, Thursday 30 April

Please note that all information is preliminary and subject to change. The paper and its presentation will be included in the TRA2020 programme only if at least one author paper has registered for TRA2020. The information will be updated once presenting author registrations have been verified.

Scientific and technical session 43:
Gender neutrality and special groups needs

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

635 Gender-related contemporary challenges in the transport ecosystem and women’s mobility needs TInnGO (special session on “Women in Transport – EU projects for change”) / Prof. Andree Woodcock, Coventry University, United Kingdom

636 Elderly drivers with brain disorders: is their driving behavior the same before and after an unexpected incident? / Dr. Dimosthenis Pavlou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

684 Women’s mobility in Europe: an overview based on the transport research and innovation monitoring and information system / Dr. Alejandro Ortega, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

694 Transforming city neighbourhoods in a child-friendly way to increase the quality of life for all citizens / Dr. Alan Wong, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

1097 Traffic design for aging population – Belgrade case study / Mrs. Ana Trpković, University of Belgrade – The Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, Serbia

1104 Co-creating mobility services with disabled and elderly people / Mr. Matti Luhtala, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

Poster presentations:
Gender neutrality and special groups needs

Time: 10.00–10.30

250 Structuring the evaluation of the inclusion of women within the transport sector: a use case study based on the inclusion diamond model / Dr. Gemma Dolores, Molero AITEC, Spain

407 Modeling female employees’ ability to telecommute in Kuala Lumpur / Dr. Abdul Azeez Kadar Hamsa, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

727 Gender and Generation effects on perception of value of travel time and mode choice / Dr. Ghadir Pourhashem, ERAdiate Team, University of Žilina, Slovakia

Scientific and technical session 44:
Corridors – connecting markets in a sustainable way

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

227 Mobility related trends and their implications on providing future-proof road networks / Ms. Karin Markvica, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

322 Rethinking planning for urban nodes and corridors: lessons from European practice / Mr. Kevin van der Linden, Ministry of Infrastracture and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands

348 Future scenarios for urban main road corridor co-design: enhancing the European TEN-T network / Dr. Meng Lu Dynniq, Nederland B.V., Netherlands

433 Transportation at the corridor-last mile interface: an international inventory of good practices in collaborative transportation planning / Mr. Robert Broesi, MUST, Germany

460 Connecting the dots: rethinking large-scale corridor infrastructure planning / Dr. Charlotta Faith-Ell, Mid-Sweden University, Sweden

695 CaaS from pilots to business / Mr. Lasse Nykänen, Vediafi, Finland

Poster presentations:
Connecting markets in a sustainable way 

Time: 10.00–10.30

503 RAGTIME holistic governance management tool for multimodal transport infrastructures / Ms. Maria Zalbide, TECNALIA, Spain

964 Integrating environmental impacts in an intercity corridor level pricing scheme / Prof. Margarida C. Coelho, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Scientific and technical session 45:
Innovation for multimodal society

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

316 Three key drivers of European transport research as barriers to sustainable mobility / Prof. Angel Aparicio, Universidad, Spain

858 Smart mobility co-innovation: aligning research activities for stakeholder needs / Mr. Juho Kostiainen, City of Helsinki, Finland

922 Anda: an innovative micro-location mobile ticketing solution based on NFC and BLE technologies / Dr. Marta Campos Ferreira, University of Porto, Portugal

1000 WATERBORNE: improving European transport with maritime intelligent transport systems – identification of important technology gaps / Mr. Ørnulf Jan Rødseth, SINTEF Ocean, Norway

1129 Towards growth, employment and exports – a case study of MaaS as platform business / Dr. Heidi Korhonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1139 Solving urban problems through co-creation: the LOOPER project / Mr. Jesse Pappers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI Research Centre, Belgium

Poster presentations:
Innovation for a multimodal society 

Time: 10.00–10.30

633 Getting ready for the future: How can we reach user-centric mobility in Europe by 2030? / Prof. Imre Keseru, Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI Research Centre, Belgium

836 The role of the duraBASt research facility in an innovation ecosystem: an innovation management portfolio analysis / Mr. Bernard Gyergyay, Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen, Germany

Scientific and technical session 46:
Advances in public-private Partnerships

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

161 Identification and analysis of critical success factors in high-speed railway lines contracted by public–private partnerships: three case studies in France / Mr. Mario González Medrano, Camilo José Cela University, Spain

390 Does land value capture succeed or fail in urban rail transit PPPs: lessons from Hong Kong and Delhi / Mr. Xinjian Li, Curtin University, Australia

539 Has the latest global financial crisis changed the way road public-private partnerships are financed? A comparison of Europe and Latin America / Dr. Goran Mladenovic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Serbia

788 Is ex-post fiscal support to PPPs sustainable? The case of government loans to shadow toll roads in Spain / Mrs. Laura Garrido, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / TRANSyT – Transport Research Centre, Spain

883 From business models to value networks and business ecosystems – what does it mean for the economics and governance of the transport system? / Mr. Risto Öörni, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

1090 Public-Private Partnerships: The 50,000 foot view from seven countries / Mr. Karim Nour, Independent Study, Egypt

Poster presentations:
Public-private partnerships

Time: 10.00–10.30

54 Operationalising ITS: How much is the transport industry really investing in digitalisation and how has this affected its productivity? / Prof. Pekka Leviäkangas, VTT, Finland

199 Comprehensive assessment of the implementation of public-private partnership in transport infrastructure / Ms. Olena Belska, M.P. Shulgin State Road Research Institute State Enterprise – DerzhdorNDI SE, Ukraine

265 Accelerating autonomous public transportation by bublic-private partnerships / Ms. Renske Martijnse, Forum Virium Helsinki ,Finland

307 New modes of financing public transport in Germany – estimating the impacts of three tariff and financing instruments on demand and revenue / Mr. Dominik Bieland, University of Kassel, Chair of Transportation Planning and Traffic Systems, Germany

1002 Public-private partnerships for infrastructure – an integrated PPP model to manage stakeholders’ interests and distributional effects / Prof. Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland

Scientific and technical session 47:
Building human capital for the future mobility system

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

93 The role of education for sustainable urban mobility / Prof. Lucia Ilieva, CSDCS, Bulgaria

211 Learnings from the mobility and logistics B.Sc. degree program at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences / Mr. Amir Duri, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany

844 The practical part of train driver education: experiences, expectations and possibilities / Mr. Niklas Olsson, VTI, Sweden

909 2020-2050: The challenges of integrated transport sector and Its workforce inclusion / Mrs. Jeannette Edler, Institute for safety technology / ship safety e.V., Germany

1060 Assessing gender gaps in educational provision, research and employment opportunities in the transport sector at the European level / Dr. Miriam Pirra, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

1170 Exploring the establishment of a European transport research cloud / Ms. Katerina Folla, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

Poster presentations:
Human capital, skills and employment

Time: 10.00–10.30

239 A social network perspective on learning and adaptivity in project-oriented organizations in transport infrastructure planning / Mr. Bert de Groot, University of Groningen / Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Netherlands

327 Partnerships in “Horizon Europe” and innovation strategy of the Czech Republic / Mr. Miroslav Haltuf, Shift2Rail SRG Vice-chairman, Czech Republic

490 Research and innovation capacity mapping of the European transport sector / Dr. Monica Grosso, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

625 A new type of delivery jobs in large cities: on-demand instant delivery couriers in Paris / Dr. Laetitia Dablanc, University of Paris-East IFSTTAR, France

776 Evaluation of current European open science initiatives in transport research / Dr. Maria Boile, CERTH/HIT, Greece

839 How effective capacity building allows monitoring and evaluation to improve the delivery of sustainable urban mobility projects: Experience and lessons from the EU Metamorphosis project / Mr. Nick Apeldoorn, Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

1132 High impact partnership towards the establishment of a sustainable marine engineering programme in Namibia / Dr. Samuel John, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia

Scientific and technical session 48:
Perspectives on policy, regulation and pricing

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

169 Setting up a system for effective monitoring of the performance of concession contracts in the public passenger transport / Mr. Janez Blaž, Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Infrastructure, Slovenia

292 How much pricing measures can help achieve sustainable goals: a market segmentation based on road pricing acceptability / Dr. Valentina Rappazzo Politecnico di Torino, Italy

401 Socio-Economic impacts of mobility disruptive trends / Dr. Jette Krause, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

677 Digital transformation in transport: policy perspectives and technology developments in Europe / Dr. Anastasios Tsakalidis European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

715 Backshift effects of sulphur emission regulation in Baltic Sea ro-ro traffic / Dr. Tomi Solakivi, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics, Finland

827 Gaps in current regulations for ship emissions / Prof. Erik Fridell, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden

Poster presentations:
Policy, regulation and pricing 

Time: 10.00–10.30

238 Ways for increasing the level of fair competition in the conditions of road works market increasing / Mrs. Kateryna Illiash, M.P. Shulgin State Road Research Institute State Enterprise – DerzhdorNDI SE, Ukraine

337 Platooning regulatory state of the art based on the H2020 Project: ENSEMBLE / Mrs. Marta Tobar, IDIADA Automotive Technology SA, Spain

419 Subsidising urban and sub-urban transport – distributional Impacts / Mr. Nils Fearnley, TØI Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

477 New tariffs for electronic fare management systems in public transport / Mr. Daniel Leonhäuser, University of Kassel, Chair of Transportation Planning and Traffic Systems, Germany

650 Parking versus congestion pricing: comparative analysis / Prof. Drazenko Glavic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport & Traffic Engineering, Serbia

825 The FRAME NEXT project: an ITS Framework architecture as reference for building a single point of access to transport data in Europe / Mr. Benjamin Witsch, AustriaTech, Austria

840 Dynamic pricing of track capacity in the short-term allocation process / Mr. Emanuel Broman, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Sweden

920 Sub-23nm exhaust particle number emissions from latest Euro 6 passenger road vehicles / Mr. Zisimos Toumasatos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

960 The potential of route based ERS network optimization / Prof. Gyözö Gidofalvi, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden