CASPT 2022: CASPT 2022: 15TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED SYSTEMS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT
PROGRAM

Days: Monday, November 7th Wednesday, November 9th Thursday, November 10th

Monday, November 7th

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09:00-09:30 Opening session

Opening session

Location: Yam
09:30-10:30 Session 1: Keynote speaker
09:30
Public Transport Policy Challenges in Chile
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Session 2A: COVID impacts on ridership and performance I

COVID impacts on ridership and performance I

Location: Yam
11:00
Customer Segmentation for Tracking COVID-19's Differential Transit Ridership Impact in Boston (abstract)
11:30
After COVID ends, will you continue riding transit? Motives behind prospective public transport use in Canada (abstract)
12:00
Evaluation of the short-term and medium-term impact of COVID-19 onto public transit ridership (abstract)
11:00-12:30 Session 2B: Travel behavior for access modes and ride-hailing

Travel behavior for access modes and ride-hailing

Location: Caesarea
11:00
What is the market potential for on-demand services as a train access mode? (abstract)
11:30
Determinants of Primary and Secondary Access Mode Choices to High-speed Rail Hub (abstract)
12:00
How travel time in ride-hailing is valued compared to public transport: a Revealed Preference approach (abstract)
PRESENTER: Menno Yap
11:00-12:30 Session 2C: Service reliability and bunching

Service reliability and bunching

Location: Kaete Dan
11:00
Bus bunching simulation based on lattice Boltzmann model for traffic flow (abstract)
11:30
Simulation and Analysis of Holding Control Strategies for Eliminating Bus Bunching based on Cellular Automata (abstract)
12:00
Elements that influence a bus driver to use headway regularity tools: a Santiago public transit system case study. (abstract)
PRESENTER: Felipe Delgado
11:00-12:30 Session 2D: Travel time and delay predictions

Travel time and delay predictions

Location: 99 HaYarkon
11:00
Why probabilistic transit travel time predictions lead to better decisions (abstract)
11:30
Bayesian inference for link travel time correlation of a bus route (abstract)
PRESENTER: Xiaoxu Chen
12:30-14:00Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Session 3A: COVID impacts on ridership and performance II

COVID impacts on ridership and performance II

Location: Yam
14:00
Spatial Analysis of Transit Facilities Accessibility and Equity During COVID-19 (abstract)
14:30
A Personalized PageRank Method for COVID-19 Transmission Risk Estimation Based on Transit Smart Card Data (abstract)
15:00
Public transport shifting to active and private modes in five South American capitals during Covid-19 pandemic (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 3B: Congestion management and valuation

Congestion management and valuation

Location: Kaete Dan
14:00
A Systematic Review on Public Transport Crowding Valuation Studies (abstract)
14:30
Congestion in near capacity metro operations: optimum boardings and alightings at bottleneck stations (abstract)
15:00
Assessing Public Transport Passenger Attitudes Towards a Dynamic Fare Model Based on In-Vehicle Crowdedness Levels and Additional Waiting Time (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 3C: Real-time dispatching and control

Real-time dispatching and control

Location: Caesarea
14:00
Dynamic Multiline Vehicle Dispatching Strategy in Transit Operations (abstract)
14:30
Principles for setting single or multiline bus holding control based on network characteristics (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 3D: Electric bus fleets: optimal charging location and service design

Electric bus fleets: optimal charging location and service design

Location: 99 HaYarkon
14:00
An advanced genetic algorithm for large-scalemmixed-fleet multi-terminal electric bus scheduling (abstract)
PRESENTER: Tommaso Bosi
14:30
Optimal Charging Station Deployment for Dynamic Wireless Charging in Electrical Bus Route (abstract)
15:00
Optimization of the charging infrastructure and fleet operation of a public transport electric bus service (abstract)
15:30-16:00Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 Session 4A: COVID-related supply- and demand-management

COVID-related supply- and demand-management

Location: Yam
16:00
Periodic optimization of bus dispatching times considering the COVID-19 capacity limits (abstract)
16:30
Optimising urban mass public transport operations during a pandemic (abstract)
16:00-17:30 Session 4B: Ride-hailing service modelling

Ride-hailing service modelling

Location: Kaete Dan
16:00
Multimodal shifts with shared autonomous demand-responsive transport: A case study of Jerusalem (abstract)
16:30
Service Dynamics of Two-Sided Ridesourcing Platforms: A Bottom-Up Approach (abstract)
PRESENTER: Arjan de Ruijter
16:00-17:30 Session 4C: Bus Rapid Transit and bus priority lanes

BRT and bus priority lanes

Location: Caesarea
16:00
Evidence from GTFS-R that Bus Priority Lanes reduce Marginal Delay (abstract)
16:30
Designing Bus Priority Lanes Based on Spatio-Temporal Unreliability in Transit Timetable (abstract)
17:00
GPS-Based Incident Detection Algorithm for Two-Lane Bus Rapid Transit Systems: Case Study of Istanbul Metrobus (abstract)
PRESENTER: Sadullah Goncu
16:00-17:30 Session 4D: Ride-hailing platform operations

Ride-hailing platform operations

Location: 99 HaYarkon
16:00
Optimal cancellation penalty for competing ride-sourcing companies under waiting time variability (abstract)
PRESENTER: Enoch Lee
16:30
A Generative Model of Ride-Hail Driver Shifts: Time, Duration, and Location (abstract)
PRESENTER: Gregory Erhardt
Wednesday, November 9th

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09:00-10:00 Session 5: Keynote speaker
09:00
Behavioural insights on transit ridership futures post COVID-19
10:00-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-12:30 Session 6A: Passenger data analytics and inferences I

Passenger data analytics and inferences I

Location: Yam
10:30
Modulated spatiotemporal clustering of smart card users (abstract)
11:00
Characterising urban mobility diversity with dyadic analysis (abstract)
11:30
Constructing Passenger Trips and Tours Using Data from an Experiment with the “OneBusAway” Application (abstract)
PRESENTER: Hyungsub Jee
10:30-12:30 Session 6B: Transit network design

Transit network design

Location: Kaete Dan
10:30
A robust Bus Network Design methodology under demand variation (abstract)
11:00
Improving the Solvability of Public Transport Problems Using System Routes (abstract)
PRESENTER: Alexander Migl
10:30-12:30 Session 6C: On-demand service design

On-demand service design

Location: Mediterranean
10:30
A demand-responsive feeder service with mandatory and clustered optional stops (abstract)
11:00
Zonal Design of Flexible Bus System Under Spatial and Temporal Demand Uncertainty (abstract)
PRESENTER: Enoch Lee
11:30
Bottom-up demand aggregation: from single rides to multi-stop pooled rides via door-to-door pooled rides and stop-to-stop pooled rides. (abstract)
10:30-12:30 Session 6D: Timetable design

Timetable design

Location: Caesarea
10:30
Periodic or aperiodic timetables? The case of a single line (abstract)
11:00
An Exact Integer Linear Programming Formulation for the Passenger Oriented Timetabling Problem (abstract)
11:30
Enhancing the Interaction of Railway Timetabling and Line Planning with Infrastructure Awareness (abstract)
PRESENTER: Florian Fuchs
12:00
Increasing schedule reliability in the multi-depot vehicle scheduling problem (abstract)
PRESENTER: Léa Ricard
12:30-14:00Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Session 7A: Performance and level-of-service

Performance and level-of-service

Location: Kaete Dan
14:00
Framework for Improving the Performance of City Bus Service: Experiences from Metropolitan City of Emerging Economy (abstract)
14:30
Examining the importance of level-of-service attributes from public transport riders’ perspective: A comparison between New Zealand and Israel (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 7B: COVID and crowding perceptions

COVID and crowding perceptions

Location: Yam
14:00
Observing public transport travel choices during COVID-19 pandemic from GPS-based tracking (abstract)
14:30
Estimation of crowding factors under pandemic in Santiago, Chile (abstract)
15:00
Crowding valuation in public transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 7C: On-demand vehicle routing

On-demand vehicle routing

Location: Mediterranean
14:00
The dynamic on-demand bus routing problem: the cost of real-time requests (abstract)
14:30
On-Demand Bus Routing Problem with Real-Time Traffic Information (abstract)
15:00
Partially Flexible Demand Responsive Transit services (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 7D: Vehicle and crew scheduling I

Vehicle and crew scheduling I

Location: Caesarea
14:00
Revisiting the Richness of Integrated Vehicle and Crew Scheduling (abstract)
14:30
An algorithmic approach for lower bound calculation in railway crew scheduling (abstract)
PRESENTER: Anoop K P
15:30-16:00Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 Session 8A: Empirical analysis of demand and travel times

Empirical analysis of demand and travel times

Location: Yam
16:00
Perceived travel times in a multi-modal urban public transport network: impact of a major network change (abstract)
PRESENTER: Menno Yap
16:30
Quantifying the effects of passenger-level heterogeneity on transit journey times (abstract)
17:00
Is Bus Ridership Peaking? An Analysis of Pre-COVID Ridership and Service Frequency Trends by Time-Period (abstract)
PRESENTER: Kari Watkins
16:00-17:30 Session 8B: Vehicle and crew scheduling II

Vehicle and crew scheduling II

Location: Kaete Dan
16:00
A new Public Transport Duty Scheduling Approach (abstract)
16:30
Crew rostering with fair satisfaction of personal preferences (abstract)
PRESENTER: Ana Wemans
17:00
Profit-based Optimisation of Rolling Stock Rotations: a case study from North America (abstract)
16:00-17:30 Session 8C: Modular vehicle operations

Modular vehicle operations

Location: Mediterranean
16:00
Modular autonomous vehicle routing with synchronized transfers and vehicle platooning (abstract)
16:30
Application of the modular vehicle technology for the bus bunching problem (abstract)
17:00
Optimal planning and operating strategies in modular-vehicle transit service system (abstract)
PRESENTER: David Z.W. Wang
16:00-17:30 Session 8D: Innovative solutions: perceptions and pathways

Innovative solutions: perceptions and pathways

Location: Caesarea
16:00
MaaS (Mobility as a Service) Market Futures Explored (abstract)
PRESENTER: Marcus Enoch
16:30
Preferences for automated minibuses before and after ride experience (abstract)
17:00
Incorporating User Acceptance Probabilities in Optimizing Profit of Carsharing Systems (abstract)
PRESENTER: Seyma Bekli
Thursday, November 10th

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09:00-10:00 Session 9: Keynote speaker
09:00
Using game theory to understand public transport in the age of autonomous vehicles
10:00-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-12:30 Session 10A: Passenger data analytics and inferences II

Passenger data analytics and inferences II

Location: Yam
10:30
Enriching partial fare validation records of an integrated fare system for revenue allocation (abstract)
11:00
Share of Strategic Alighting Passengers combining Automatic Passenger Counting and OpenStreeMap (abstract)
11:30
Inferences of Home Locations using Smartcard Data (abstract)
PRESENTER: Durba Kundu
10:30-12:30 Session 10B: Transit service design

Transit service design

Location: Kaete Dan
10:30
Efficient service design in multi-period BRT networks (abstract)
11:00
Path-Oriented Synchronized Scheduling Using Time-Dependent Data (abstract)
11:30
An integer optimization model for allocation of bus lines to the stops of a bus terminal (abstract)
12:00
The impact of using a naïve approach in the limited-stop bus service design problem (abstract)
PRESENTER: Homero Larrain
10:30-12:30 Session 10C: Passenger demand predictions

Passenger demand predictions

Location: Mediterranean
10:30
Effectiveness of trip planner data in predicting short-term bus ridership (abstract)
11:00
Real-time forecasting of metro origin-destination matrices with high-order weighted dynamic mode decomposition (abstract)
PRESENTER: Zhanhong Cheng
11:30
Explaining station demand patterns using Google Popular Times data (abstract)
12:00
CB-LSTM Model for Prediction of Crowding in Transit System (abstract)
10:30-12:30 Session 10D: Transit assignment models

Transit assignment models

Location: Caesarea
10:30
Multi-Criteria Decision Support System for Multimodal Travel Itineraries (abstract)
11:00
MODELING INDIVIDUAL AND HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITY-TRAVEL CHOICES IN MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION NETWORKS (abstract)
11:30
Bimodal transit trip assignment algorithm for the evaluation of major transit projects (abstract)
PRESENTER: Tim Spurr
12:00
A Dynamic Hyperpath-Based Markovian Traffic Assignment Approach for Transit Networks (abstract)
12:30-14:00Lunch Break
14:00-15:00 Session 11A: Topological analysis of networks and flows

Topological analysis of networks and flows

Location: Yam
14:00
Estimation of passenger flows based on network centrality indicators (abstract)
14:30
Topological analysis of public transport networks' recoverability (abstract)
PRESENTER: Renzo Massobrio
14:00-15:00 Session 11B: Modelling choice-(set)s of modes and routes

Modelling choice-(set)s of modes and routes

Location: Kaete Dan
14:00
Evaluating route choice-set generation methods for public transport modeling (abstract)
14:30
Investigating the influence of consideration and usage of multiple modes on primary mode choice for work commute (abstract)
14:00-15:00 Session 11C: Origin-destination demand using WiFi data

Origin-destination demand using WiFi data

Location: Mediterranean
14:00
Potential and challenges faced in generating Origin-Destination matrices from Wifi data. (abstract)
PRESENTER: Léa Fabre
14:00-15:00 Session 11D: Real-time railway operations

Real-time railway operations

Location: Caesarea
14:00
Evaluating the influence of train routing selection in real-time railway traffic management (abstract)
14:30
Dependencies in railway operations: Schedule versus reality and resulting prediction difficulties (abstract)
15:00-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-16:30 Session 12A: Robustness and resilience in railway networks

Robustness and resilience in railway networks

Location: Yam
15:30
Resilience analysis in railway networks: combining link restoration and traffic management (abstract)
16:00
The robustness value of rail infrastructure: A framework to quantify and optimise infrastructure robustness benefits (abstract)
15:30-16:30 Session 12B: Equity and fairness in public transport

Equity and fairness in public transport

Location: Kaete Dan
15:30
Are advancing public transport systems inclusive to all persons living with a disability in Africa? (abstract)
16:00
Incorporating Elements of Fairness and Equity in Multiobjective Optimal Spatial Budget Allocation of Transit Services: Application for the City of Nicosia, Cyprus (abstract)
15:30-16:30 Session 12C: Public transport data handling

Public transport data handling

Location: Mediterranean
15:30
The Hubballi-Dharwad Transit ITS, India: Case Study (abstract)
16:00
Standardizing Transit Survey Data (abstract)
15:30-16:30 Session 12D: Bus drivers incentives and satisfaction

Bus drivers incentives and satisfaction

Location: Caesarea
15:30
Team perfomance based contracts in public transportation (abstract)
16:00
Investigating Bus Drivers' Characteristics and Satisfaction by Physiological, Vehicular, and Environmental Data (abstract)
16:30-17:00 Closing session

Closing session

Location: Yam