Slide Scientific & Technical Sessions

Scientific and technical sessions, Monday 14 November

Please note that all information is preliminary and subject to change. The paper and its presentation will be included in the TRA2022 programme only if at least one author paper has registered for TRA2022. The information will be updated once presenting author registrations have been verified.

TIME: 17:00 – 18:30

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.1.1

MODERATOR: Jorge Pinho de Sousa, University of Porto, Portugal

Podium presentations
User-focus and inclusive mobility Subtheme 1.1.1 |
Time: 17.00–18.30

124 Training road users for future mixed automated traffic contexts: A practical framework for creating evidence-based education and awareness schemes / Marilee Nugent, UNIFI, Italy

300 User-focused trip planner with expanded suite of features: Riga case study / Irina Jackiva, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia

534 Exploring travellers’ willingness to adopt MaaS in two European metropolitan areas / Mari Luz Brownrigg-Gleeson, Centro de Investigación del Transporte (TRANSyT) – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

1088 Understanding mobility profiles and e-kickscooter use in three urban case studies in Europe / Eva Boo, Three O’Clock, France

1172 A framework for designing technology-based interactive services for active mobility / José Silva, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto, Portugal

Poster PITCH presentations:
User-focus and inclusive mobility Subtheme 1.1.1 | Time: 17.00–18.30

741 Do transport professionals GET IT? The Gender Equality Toolkit in Transport / Molly Hoggard, Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom

273 Predictive role of achievement goals on objective driving behavior / Martin Nicolleau, Michelin, Aix Marseille Université & Université Gustave Eiffel, France

350 Environmental inequalities in the municipality of Lisbon: spatial analysis of combustion gases / Nuno Nunes, Iscte-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

618 Challenges behind sustainable schools commutes: qualitative approach in the urban environment of XXIst century / Jakub Zawieska, Warsaw School of Economics, Institiute of Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility, Poland

1023 Exploring the Links of Mobility-as-a-Service Platform Functionalities / Alexia Athanasopoulou, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.1.2

MODERATOR: Biagio Ciuffo, European Commission


Podium presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.2 | Time: 17.00–18.30

540 “Bike trains” to school to increase cycling adoption and bikeability: Results from the Lisbon city program / Ricardo Sobral, Civil Engineering Research and Innovation for Sustainability, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidaade de Lisboa, Portugal

1085 E-scooter route choice in Germany – using stated preference data to investigate e-scooter route choice preferences / Stefan Huber, Institute of Transport Planning and Road Traffic, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

200 Full accessibility and user-friendly smart mobility services across the European charging infrastructure / Angel Moya, ETRA I+D, Spain

716 Worthwhile travel time: how do travel activities contribute to perceived values of travel time? Insights from European-wide app-based travel data / Yannick Cornet, University of Žilina, Slovakia

803 The potential of automated minibuses in the socio-technical transformation of the transport system / Dorien Korbee, Pforzheim University & Fraunhofer Institute for Innovation and System Research, Karlsruhe, Germany

Poster PITCH presentations:
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.2 | Time: 18.30 – 19.00

700 Designing CAVs with vulnerable travellers in mind: Requirements to bridge the gap to full accessibility / Friederike L. Kühl, Etelätär Innovation, Estonia

1132 Do consumers think about green transport when buying cars? Results from an empirical study / Lisa-Maria Putz, University of Applied, Austria

1158 Evaluating Mobility as a Service for sustainable travel among young adults / Emma Cassar, UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, United Kingdom

816 When an inclusive Universal Design starts by the data collection methods / Floridea Di Ciommo, cambiaMO|changing MObility, Spain

270 People-centred design methods in a local decision-making process: masterplan for Lisbon’s multimodal mobility hubs / Liliana Magalhães, EMEL – Empresa Municipal de Mobilidade e Estacionamento de Lisboa, Portugal

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.1.3

MODERATOR: Marta Campos Ferreira, University of Porto, Portugal


Podium presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.3 | Time: 17.00–18.30

888 Mobility patterns in healthcare centres. Case Study: La Paz University Hospital (Madrid, Spain) / Abid Al-Akioui, Transport Research Centre (TRANSyT), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain

1080 Are Smart Mobility pilots in Finland fostering sustainability? – An Assessment / Valtteri Ahonen, University of Oulu, Finland

1228 Simplified mobility planning in small insular tourism destinations. The case of Platanias, Crete / Stavroula TOURNAKI, Technical University of Crete-Renewable and Sustainable Energy Lab, Greece

703 E-mobility solutions for urban transportation: User needs across four continents / George Panagakos, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

860 Making walking irresistible: enabling level-of-service measures to achieve their potential / Tom Cohen, University of Westminster, United Kingdom

Poster PITCH presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.3 | Time: 18.30 – 19.00

211 Mobility patterns after the pandemic: a user survey in 20 European cities / Panayotis Christidis, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Spain

324 Developing personas to improve understanding of users’ needs in digital mobility: An experience of the DIGNITY project in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area / Bartosz Wybraniec, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

683 How equal is accessibility to cycling infrastructure? A ranking to compare territories in Lisbon, Portugal / Rosa Félix, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

962 Target-group specific requirements for inclusive automated mobility / Kathrin Raunig, AustriaTech, Team Exploring Mobility, Austria

96 Impacts of Implementing Mobility as a Service in Urban Areas – A Systematic Literature Review / Rita Prior Filipe, PhD student, University of Bath, United Kingdom

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.1.4

MODERATOR: Sebastian Stichel, KTH, Sweden


Podium presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.4 | Time: 17.00–18.30

25 Customer Journey Mapping: How vulnerable-to-exclusion groups are coping with the digitalization of mobility / Nick Apeldoorn, Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

173 A methodological study to operate a gender-driven paratransit supply at Sapienza University of Rome for staff and students / Maria Vittoria Corazza, Sapienza university of Rome DICEA, Italy

433 Public Transport Mobility and Covid-19 Health Crisis: What Changes in Students’ Mobility Behaviors / Sophie Hasiak, Cerema Hauts de France / MATRiS, France

47 Lessons on Transport Equity from the CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project: results in Madrid / Angel Aparicio, Technical University Madrid, Spain

669 In-vehicle technology to prevent drunk driving: Public acceptance required for successful deployment / Kristin Kingsley, The Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety, United States

Poster PITCH presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.1.4 | Time: 18.30–19.00

432 Creating a future that overcomes the digital divide through Scenario Building: strategies for inclusive public transport in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area / Boris Lazzarini, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

250 A methodological approach to reveal fair and actionable knowledge from data to support women’s inclusion in transport systems: The Diamond approach. / Francisco E. Santarremigia, AITEC, Spain

1139 Road safety in public education – how to teach children to travel safely? / Márk Miskolczi, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

310 Use of GPS and self-reported data to evaluate daily trips and the impact of travel information / Maria Karatsoli, University of Thessaly, Greece

346 Participation, acceptability and equity aspects of urban vehicle access regulations: who benefits and who needs to adapt? / Jente Versigghel, Ghent University, Belgium

Connected and automated multimodal mobility 1.2.1

MODERATOR: Torsten Geissler, BAST, Germany


Podium presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.2.1 | Time: 17.00–18.30


175 Verification and validation of automated driving systems utilizing probabilistic FMEA and simulation approaches / Thilo Bein, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Fraunhofer LBF), Germany

475 Analyzing Factors Influencing Pedestrian Behavior in Urban Traffic Scenarios Using Deep Learning / Chi Zhang, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

725 Pick-up Points for Shared Autonomous Vehicle-based Mobility Services in Urban Areas: Demand Calculation and Locating Method / Dahlen Silva, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

502 LambdaRoad: Planning for future hybrid communication along the road network / Erlend Dahl, SINTEF AS, Norway

740 Monitoring real-driving emissions considering local fleet and driving behavior / Sol Selene Rodriguez Rodriguez, IFP Energies nouvelles, France

Poster PITCH presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.2.1 | Time: 18.30–19.00

268 Obstacle detection on rail-tracks: Study on situations for requirement specification / Fabian Hampel, Institute for Rail Vehicles and Transport Systems, Germany

362 Millimetric-Waves communication for Railways / Berbineau Berbineau, Université Gustave Eiffel, France

701 The impacts of automated urban delivery and consolidation / Bin Hu, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

1060 Incentive-based Cooperative Traffic Management: A State-of-the-Art Review / Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
145 Robust perception systems for automated, connected, and electrified vehicles: Advances from EU project ArchitectECA2030 / Jakob Reckenzaun, Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH, Austria

Connected and automated multimodal mobility 1.2.2

MODERATOR: Maria Cristina Galassi, European Commission


Podium presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.2.2 | Time: 17.00–18.30

994 Collision-free motion control with learning features for automated vehicles in roundabouts / Balázs Németh, SZTAKI Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungary

243 Impact Assessment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Andalusian Mediterranean Pilot / Natalia Sobrino, Transport Research Centre TRANSyT, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Calle Profesor Aranguren 3, Madrid 28040, Spain

291 Urban Air Mobility in the next future: Main findings from a technical survey / Barbara Trincone, Insitute for Sustainable Society and Innovation, Italy

1108 Optimization of DRT concepts using the SUMO simulation software: How can the service quality be improved? / Filiz Kurt, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Germany

185 Traffic & environmental impact assessment under distinct operational speeds for automated shuttle bus services / Maria Oikonomou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Poster PITCH presentations
SMART SOLUTIONS AND SOCIETY Subtheme 1.2.2 | Time: 18.30–19.00

744 A Robotic Tunnel Drainage Inspection Rover / Thomas Petraschek, OEBB-Infrastruktur AG, Austria

836 Impacts of on-street parking regulations on cooperative, connected, and automated mobility – a traffic microsimulation study / Evita Papazikou, Loughborough University – Transport Safety Research Centre, United Kingdom

320 The LEVITATE Policy Support Tool of Connected and Automated Transport Systems / Julia Roussou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

916 Safe4Rail-3: Advanced safety architecture and components for Next Generation Train Control and Monitoring System in Railways / Jose Bertolin, UNIFE, Belgium

127 Shift2Rail IP4: Building an interoperable mobility ecosystem at a European scale / Marco Ferreira, Thales Portugal SA, Portugal

TIME: 12.00–19.00 POSTER AREA

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.1. - Poster Area

Time: 12.00–19.00

197 A toolkit to co-develop Human-Machine Interfaces together with users in all automated transport modes / Lesley-Ann Mathis, University of Stuttgart IAT, Germany


307 How realistic is the gaze behaviour in a cycling simulator? A comperative study between lab and field. / Mathias Trefzger, Institute of Ubiquitous Mobility Systems, Hochschule Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany


194 The MaaS concept in the field as of 2021: Typology of implementations based on an international panorama / Sylvain Daou, Ecole des Ponts, ParisTech, France


1077 Revisiting transport poverty in Europe through a systematic review / Ingrida Murauskaite, Bull European Commission, Joint Research Centre Netherlands


889 Rail vehicles accessibility: towards an autonomous train usage for all passengers / Stefano Ricci, PhD, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Civil, Building and Environmental Engineering, Italy


1156 Cross-culturally approaching cycling safety from a behavioral perspective: a study in 19 countries / Sergio A., Useche University of Valencia, Spain


436 Do males and females prefer different non-driving related activities during automated driving? / Guilhermina Torrao, Aston University, United Kingdom


745 Ensuring inclusive and accessible digital mobility through universal design / Samyajit Basu, Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre – Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


699 An experimental study on pedestrian movement in railway station / Maria Giannoulaki, University of Patras, Department of Civil Engineering, Greece


754 Virtual Reality as a tool for designing accessible public transportation services / Alisa Burova, Tampere University, Finland


143 Linking utility maximization models with decision making models to support activity chain optimization / Wissam Al-Salih, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary


1237 Acceptance Evaluation of Automated Logistics Services: Case Study in Rome / Sevket Oguz Kagan Capkin, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Civil, Building and Environmental Engineering, Italy


1120 Using dynamic visualizations to enhance citizens engagement / Maria Konstantinidou, Hellenic Institute of Transport-Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece


751 Placing users at the core of mobility products development: the case of VoxPop in Lisbon / João Vieira, CARRIS – Companhia Carris de Ferro de Lisboa E.M., S.A., Portugal


299 Spatial disparities of schedule-based public transport accessibility in coronavirus times: a case study of Riga / Dmitry Pavlyuk, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia


1140 Changing mobility behaviour during the pandemic / Márk Miskolczi, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary


231 Prototyping an Automatic and Context-Adaptive Acquisition Method for Mobility Preferences of Passengers in Public Transport – using the Contextual Inquiring Evaluation Method / Waldemar Titov, Institute of Ubiquitous Mobility Systems, Hochschule Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany


574 Ride2Rail: Integrating ridesharing to increase the attractiveness of rail travel / David Golightly, Newcastle University, United Kingdom


489 Remote driving and remote assistance: On the fast track to highly automated mobility / Andreas Schrank, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany


1235 Analyzing Travel Behavior of Public Transport Users Through Structural Equation Modelling / Potupureddy Chola Priya, Dept. of Transport Planning, School of Planning and Architecture Bhopal, India


59 Modelling the determinants of adoption and frequency of use of carsharing in the cities of Madrid and Munich / Alvaro Aguilera-Garcia, Centro de Investigación del Transporte (TRANSyT) – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain


152 A GHDM analysis to explore individuals´adoption and frequency of use of ride-hailing in a European city: the case of Madrid, Spain / Juan Gomez, Centro de Investigación del Transporte (TRANSyT) – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain


219 Too much pressure? Driving and restraining forces and pressures relating to the state of connected and autonomous vehicles in cities. / Ella Rebalski, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden


389 Requirements for Demand Responsive Rail Transport on regional lines / Philip Ritzer, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany


493 Usability evaluation of public transport information / Sérgio Duarte, INESC TEC, Portugal


605 Integrating social vulnerability into climate adaptation of urban transport in Maputo, Mozambique / Marianna Loli, University of Surrey, United Kingdom


663 NewControl: Building the bridge towards the future of autonomous driving and enabling Mobility-as-a-Service / Darjan Kozic, AVL List GmbH, Austria


799 Communication designs for external human-machine interfaces for differently sized automated vehicle types – are they universal? / Michael Oehl, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany


1090 MaaS and micromobility: perceptions and equity implications / André Lopes, CIAUD, Lisbon School of Architecture, University of Lisbon, Portugal


765 Advancing Travel Demand Surveys Using a New Generation Smartphone-based Platform: Applications and Users’ Experience / Konstantinos Kamargiannis, MOBY X Software, Greece

User-focus and inclusive mobility 1.2. - Poster Area

Time: 12.00–19.00

79 Spanish approach for the Smart Digital Ports through highly automated logistics / Myriam Vaca Recalde, Tecnalia, Basque Research and Technology Alliance (BRTA), Spain


640 Analysing the Impacts of Parking Price Policies with the Introduction of Connected and Automated Vehicles / Mohit Kumar Singh, Loughborough University, United Kingdom


749 Acceptance of Shared Autonomous Vehicles: A Literature Review of stated preferences experiments / Benoit Lecureux, Université de Lyon, ENTPE, LAET, France


1059 Modelling Passing Paths Trajectories Through Field Measurements / Stergios Mavromatis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece


525 The Swedish Policy Lab for Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships / Håkan Burden, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden


348 Towards a Roadmap for User Acceptance Path to Vehicle Automation / Evangelia Gaitanidou, Hellenic Institute of Transport (CERTH/HIT), Greece


940 Identifying the Automated Vehicle’s Driving Policy in the Vicinity of Pedestrians / Foteini Orfanou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece


786 Fleet optimization in shared mobility services: Theoretical findings and future steps / Chrysostomos Mylonas, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) / Hellenic Institute of Transport (HIT), Greece


627 Automation Acceptance Risk Assessment: stakeholders’ consultation and mitigation plans / Evangelia Gaitanidou, Hellenic Institute of Transport (CERTH/HIT), Greece


772 Performance assessment in a “lane departure” scenario of impending collision for an ADAS logic based on injury risk minimization / Michelangelo-Santo Gulino, Department of Industrial Engineering of Florence, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy


941 Simulation Platform from Data Collection to Impact Assessment of Autonomous Vehicles / Konstantinos Katzilieris, National Technical University of Athens, Greece


327 From manual driving to fully automatic train operation: Presentation of Shift2Rail work on ATO for mainline railways / Benoit Bienfait, Alstom Transport, Belgium


1183 MZIGO – Modular POD Solutions – intelligent physical & digital standardised connectivity, realising physical internet & ecological consciousness / Joris Claeys, CLEANconnect – mbrace – MZIGO – PortExpertise, Belgium


821 Acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles and willingness to use them in Long-Distance Trips in Greece / Danai Kouniadi, University of the Aegean, Greece


937 Intermodal assignment: Combination of transit and ridesharing / Martin Snethlage, PTV AG Karlsruhe, Germany


1061 Decentralisation in Traffic and Mobility Management: The DIT4TraM Philosophy and Project Approach / Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands


1063 Cost-benefit analysis of an interurban shared, autonomous, electric mobility service under different stakeholders perspectives / Paulo Fernandes, University of Aveiro, Department of Mechanical Engineering / Centre for Mechanical Technology and Automation, Campus Universitário de Santiago, Portugal


815 Modelling sectoral and regional employment impacts of connected and automated driving in EU27 (CAD) / Wolfgang Schade, M-Five GmbH Mobility, Futures, Innovation, Economics, Germany