Every report that is published by ITS Edulab since its foundation in 2006 is published on this website. The growing knowledge bank is a showcase of what ITS Edulab and its students stand for.
New students will get a better idea of the challenges in their preferred area of traffic related sciences. But first of all, the papers help road authorities and other professionals in their work to provide us with a better and safer road network.
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A framework for the modelling and ex-ante evaluation of coordinated network management
Since the second half of last century, traffic congestion on road network has become a predominant phenomenon due to the… Read More
A possible new adaptive control approach for ramp metering
Traffic management measures are implemented successfully in practice like in the Field Operational Test 'Praktijkproef Amsterdam'. With increasing congestion every… Read More
A-priori travel time predictor for long term roadworks on motorways
Road users have never had as much travel information as is available today. However the extent of congestion on major… Read More
Active platoon formation in congestion with Dynamic Dedicated Lane Sections
In order to find a solution for congestion many studies research and implement automated driving (AD). This research considers connected… Read More
Adaptive ramp metering
In this report results are described of research on the improvement of the demand-capacity ramp metering algorithm. The improvement consists of adding an on-line capacity estimator to… Read More
Allocating departure time slot to optimize dynamic network capacity
Time slot allocation is a type of traffic planning in the time-space dimensions, of which the key characteristic is that infrastructure… Read More
Alternatieve routes A15 Maasvlakte-Vaanplein
The port of Rotterdam is one of the biggest ports in the world. The accessibility by road is vulnerable. Highway… Read More
An assessment framework for the speed policy on Dutch motorways
Currently, the Dutch government aims to raise the speed limit to 130 km/h on as many motorways as possible. The… Read More
Analysis of current Dutch traffic management effectiveness with automated vehicles: a ramp-metering case study
Automated vehicles are conventional vehicles equipped with advanced sensors, controller and actuators. They achieve intelligent information exchange with the environment… Read More
Application of MFDs to dynamic traffic management
This report describes a first attempt to use the macroscopic fundamental diagram (MFD) in the Netherlands. An MFD can be a useful concept… Read More