Walking and cycling are travel modes where the operating cost is
close to zero, and little or direct revenues flow from their usage.
This makes the evaluation of their contribution to transport more
difficult than for ...
Spatial information data has become widely available in a variety of
digital forms, and is of great interest to users and potential of
Geographical Information Systems. Most of the data has come from
the work in the ...
Walking is viewed from many different perspectives, but lacks both
informed advocacy groups and a unified policy treatment. As a result, the
weight given to pedestrian movements is inconsistent, and an appropriate
The rate of change in infrastructure provision and of products based on
information and communication services demands a simultaneous
consideration of the policies, evaluation and regulatory frameworks for
ITS and NII ...
IVHS (Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems) combine computing, sensors,
telecommunication to deliver a more effective road/vehicle system for freight
and passenger vehicles. Many of these technologies involve surveillan ...