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Appiah, J., Saleh, W., & Stewart, K. (2015, January). Evaluation of existing car-following models and calibration parameters using real time series data. Paper presented at 47th Annual Conference of the University Transport Study Group, London City University
O'Dolan, C., Stewart, K., & Tricker, R. (2014, May). Evaluating the impact of innovative cycling measures in EU cycling cities. Paper presented at 10th Annual Scottish Transport Research and Applications Conference, Glasgow
The impact of “softer” measures to improve cycling mode share are often difficult to quantify and
assess. The CHAMP project is an Intelligent Energy Europe funded project whic...
McHale, A., & Stewart, K. (2013, January). Cycle lanes: their effect on driver passing distances in urban areas. Paper presented at 45th Annual Conference of the University Transport Study Group
The current literature in the field of cycle lanes has shown often contradictory evidence as to the benefits and risks of cycle lanes and previous work has specifically shown ...
Stewart, K., & Ge, Y. (2012, September). Dynamic congestion charging-Investigating boundary effects when applying low revenue tolls. Paper presented at The Operations Research Society OR54 Conference, The University of Edinburgh
Ge, Y., & Stewart, K. (2012, June). Investigating spatial and temporal undesired boundary effects arising from congestion charging. Paper presented at DTA 2012; 4th International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment, Marthas Vinyard, USA
Ge, Y., Stewart, K., Liu, Y., Tang, C. & Liu, B. (2014). Investigating boundary effects of congestion charging in a single bottleneck scenario. Transport. , 1-15. ISSN 1648-4142
This paper investigates the impact of realistic congestion charging regimes where
undesired boundary effects of imposing charges may occur and may be both
temporal and spatial...
Stewart, K., & Maher, M. (2005). Minimal revenue network tolling: system optimisation under stochastic assignment with elastic demand. In S. Lawphongpanich, D. Hearn, & M. Smith (Eds.), Mathematics in transport : selected proceedings of the 4th IMA International Conference on Mathematics in Transport : in honour of Richard Allsop, 201-218. Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/0-387-29645-X_9
The classical road tolling problem is to toll network links such that, under the principles of Wardropian User Equilibrium (UE) assignment, a System Optimising (SO) flow patte...