Conference Proceedings

The conference proceedings are available as open access articles on ScienceDirect.

The presentations and posters are available below.

Session 1 - Assessing environmental impacts at different scales

Need for a holistic assessment of urban mobility measures – Review of existing methods and design of a simplified approach, Hanna Hüging, Kain Glensor, Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany; Presentation

Transport effects and environmental consequences of central workplace location, Aud Tennøy, Kjersti Visnes Øksenholt, Jørgen Aarhaug, Institute of Transport Eonomics, Norway; Presentation

NODE: methodology for energy balance for a transportation hub and its neighbourhood, Anne-Sophie Fulda, Elise Nimal, EIFER, Germany; Presentation

Analyzing the Energy Consumption of the BMW ActiveE Field Trial Vehicles with Application to Distance to Empty Algorithms, Lennon Rodgers, Stephen Zoepf, MIT, USA; Johann Prenninger, BMW Group, Germany; Presentation

Session 2 - Attending group specific needs of mobility

Introduction by Pan Haixiao

Public Transport and Accessibility in Informal Settlements: Aeral Cable Cars in Medellín, Colombia, Dirk Heinrichs, German Aerospace Centre, Germany; Judith Bernet, Kontextplan, Switzerland; Presentation

The Power of Perceptions: Exploring the role of urban design in cycling behaviours and healthy ageing, Philip A. Black, Emma J. Street, University of Reading, UK

Gauging scope for sustainable travel: a comparative analysis of travel attitudes in Berlin and London, Jens Kandt, Philipp Rode, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; Christian Hoffmann, Andreas Graff, InnoZ Innovationszentrum fuer Mobilitaet und gesellschaftlichen Wandel, GermanyDuncan Smith, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; Presentation

The Potential of Cycling for Sustainable Mobility in Metropolitan Regions –  The facts behind the Success Story of Innsbruck, Ferdinand Pospischil, Markus Mailer, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Presentation

Session 3 - From concepts to implementation

Introduction by Tom Rye

Pricing local emission exposure of road traffic: An agent-based approach, Benjamin Kickhöfer, Julia Kern, TU Berlin, Germany; Presentation

A generic code of urban mobility: how can cities drive future sustainable development?, Roland Priester, Gebhard Wulfhorst, Montserrat Miramontes, TU München, Germany; Presentation

A roadmap towards sustainable mobility in Breda, Ron Bos, Goudappel Coffeng; Rob Temme, Municipality of Breda, The Netherlands 

Communicating electric mobility futures: towards a school of mobility. Combining futures research and strategic implementation process, Ingo Kollosche, TU Berlin, Germany; Presentation

Session 4a - Integrated land use and transport strategies

Characterizing TOD in a French context: an investigation on two cases in Lille metropolitan area (LMCU), Alain l'Hostis, Université Paris-Est / LVMT – IFSTTAR; Liu Liu, Université Lille 1 / LVMT –IFSTTAR, France; Presentation

Sustainable Mobility and Living in Alpine Metropolitan Regions, Stephan Tischler, Markus Mailer, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Presentation

A TOD scenario for the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, teaching of an integrated transportation-land use modeling, Fausto Lo Feudo, ENPC - LVMT - IFSTTAR, France; Presentation

Effects of residential self-selection on travel mode choice and implications for land use and transport planning strategies, André Bruns, ivm – Integriertes Verkehrs- und Mobilitätsmanagement Region Frankfurt RheinMain, Germany; Presentation

Session 4b - Organizing new forms of mobility

The impact of e-commerce on final deliveries: alternative parcel delivery services in France and Germany, Eleonora Morganti, IFSTTAR, France; Saskia Seidel, DLR, Germany; Corinne Blanquart, Laetitia Dablanc, IFSTTAR, France; Barbara Lenz, DLR, Germany; Presentation

Agent-based simulation of electric taxicab fleets, Joschka Bischoff, Michal Maciejewski, TU Berlin, Germany; Presentation

Developing and Evaluating Intermodal E-Sharing Services – a Multi-Method Approach, Jörn-Ole Schröder, Christine Weiß, Martin Kagerbauer,  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); Christian Reuter, PTV Group; Nicolas Reiß, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); Rimbert Schürmann, Steven Pfisterer, PTV Group, Germany; Presentation

A Framework for Dynamic O-D matrices for Multimodal transportation: an Agent-Based Model Approach, Nuno Monteiro, Rosaldo Rossetti, Pedro Campos, Zafeiris Kokkinogenis, University of Porto, Portugal; Presentation

Session 5a - Dealing with increasing environmental impacts and mobility costs

Introduction by Yves Crozet

The two faces of energy poverty: A case study of households’ energy burden in the residential and mobility sectors at the city level, Ines Mayer, Elise Nimal, Patrice Nogues, Marie Sevenet, EIFER, Germany; Presentation

Carbon dioxide emissions in daily and long-distance travel in Germany, Alexander Reichert, Christian Holz-Rau, TU Dortmund, Germany; Presentation

Integration of a land use transport model into a planning game for developing strategies against rising energy prices, Carsten Gertz, Thiago Guimarães, Jacqueline Maaß, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; Presentation

Raising awareness on mobility costs for households: a lever for changing residential choices and improving local governance? Experimentation in the French Alpine metropolitan area, Marion Allard,  Rhones-Alpes Region; Grégoire Feyt, Marie-Christine Fourny, Magali Talandier, University of Grenoble-Alpes, France; Presentation

Session 5b - Towards sustainable commuting

Assessment of telecommuting impacts on urban mobilities within agent-based transport modeling, Jean-Philippe Antoni, Patrice Tissandier, Matthieu Carlesso, UMR ThéMA, France

Correlation between the modal split and the location of residential areas and schools in the settlement structure, Petra Szakonyi , Emese Makó, Széchenyi István University, Hungary; Presentation

Work place relocation and mobility changes in a transnational metropolitan area: The case of the University of Luxembourg, François Sprumont , Francesco Viti, Caruso Caruso, Ariane König, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Presentation

Transportation demand management in a deprived territory : a case study in the North of France, Hakim Hammadou, Aurélie Mahieux, University of Lille, France; Presentation

Session 6 - Governance and participation

Introduction by Carey Curtis

The creation of integrated public transport authorities. A comparative study of Transport for London and Auckland Transport, Nicole Badstuber, University College London, UK; Presentation

Contribution of the CIVITAS Initiative to local policies and better policy Environment, Hana Brůhová-Foltýnová, Radomira Jordová, Transport Research Centre, Czech Republic; Presentation

Using Future Search participatory technique in developing Polycentric Urban Mobility Plans: Exeperience of six European regions, Nazan Kocak, Emelie Adell, Christer Ljungberg, Caroline Ljungberg, Trivector, Sweden; Carlo Sessa, Giovanna Giuffrè, ISIS, Italy; Presentation

Citizen and stakeholder involvement: a precondition for sustainable urban mobility, Miriam Lindenau, Susanne Böhler-Baedeker, Ruprecht Consult, Germany; Presentation

Poster Session

Does a Mobile Depot make urban deliveries faster, more sustainable and more economically viable: results of a pilot test in Brussels, Sara Verlinde, Cathy Macharis, Lauriane Milan, Bram Kin, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

Electric carsharing for a sustainable future mobility – Potential in rural areas, Sandra Wappelhorst, Martin Sauer, Daniel Hinkeldein, InnoZ – Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change; Anke Borcherding, DB FuhrparkService GmbH, Germany; Poster

A Simultaneous Model for Assessing Individuals’ Mobility Behavior and Tour-Mode Choice in Metropolitan Areas Based on Structural Equation Modeling System, Ghadir Pourhashem, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

BEVs beyond Range Anxiety – Cognitive Interviews to identify preferences in modal shift, Ines Kawgan-Kagan, Stephan Daubitz, TU Berlin, Germany

Exploring new bus priority methods at isolated vehicle actuated junctions, Bashir Ahmed, University of Southhampton, UK

Hedonic estimates of underground tunnels of “Mittlerer Ring”, Tadashi Itoh, Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan; Poster

Correcting agglomeration economies: How air pollution matters, Marion Drut, Aurélie Mahieux, University of Lille, France; Poster

Evaluation of Environmental Impacts of Adaptive Network Signal Controls based on Real Vehicle Trajectories, Martin Margreiter, Sabine Krause, Heather Twaddle, TU München; Jonas Lüßmann, GEVAS Software, Germany; Poster

Generating customized sets of transport energy-saving measures for private households, Matthias Schmaus, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Poster

Grow first, clean up later? Studying the growing traffic emissions in Latin America and exploring future possibilities, Gabriela Calcanhotto Mengarda, TU München, Germany; Markus Niehaus del Solar, Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile; Poster

Promotion of Pedelecs as a Means to Foster Low-Carbon Mobility. Scenarios for the German City of Wuppertal, Frederic Rudolph, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

Analysis of the efectivness of different noise reducing measures based on individual perception in Germany, Conny Louen, Alexander Wehrens, Dirk Vallée, RWTH Aachen, Germany

Evaluation-Method for a station based urban Pedelec Sharing System, Florian Paul, Klaus Bogenberger, University of the Federal Armed Forces München, Germany; Poster

Train, bus and museum - Interrelations of diverse actors within integrated e- ticketing schemes, Maike Puhe, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Railway Hub Cities and TEN-T network (RAILHUC Project) – How to improve connectivity around several Central European railway hub cities?, Vilmos Oszter, István Kövesdi, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, Hungary

Assessment of the Impatcts of Urban Rail Transit to Metropolitan Regions using SD Model, Yang Yang, Ni Shaoquan, Zhang Peitong, SouthWest Jiaotong University, China; Poster

Public Transport Integration: the case study of Thessaloniki, Greece, Klotildi Saliara, Deutsche Bahn International GmbH, Germany; Poster

The successful creation and integration of the London Overground into the Transport for London transport network, Nicole Badstuber, University College London, UK

Urban multimodal travel behaviour: towards mobility without a private car, Julia Schuppan, Stefanie Kettner, Aline Delatte, TU Berlin, Germany

Poor, vulnerable, disadvantaged or excluded? Examining the suitability of social science concepts for assessing equity in transport planning, Thiago Guimarães, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

End Session - Towards sustainable mobility in metropolitan regions

Vision Mobility 2050. Metropolitan Region München – Creating a consolidated vision of the future development in an unique Public Private Cooperation, Martin Keil, BMW AG, Michael Reiter, City of Munich, Germany; Markus Mailer, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Gebhard Wulfhorst, TU München, Klaus Bogenberger, University of the Federal Armed Forces München, Germany; Presentation