List of Accepted Abstracts

Paper IDTitleAuthors
9Reinforcement learning based intersection control with connected and autonomous vehiclesQiangqiang Guo, Xuegang Ban, Zhijun Liu and Ohay Angah
11An Integer Programming Formulation for Heterogeneous Traffic Dynamics and Assignment Modeling: A Multicommodity Network Flow Model in Capacitated Space-Time NetworksPengfei Taylor Li and Peirong Slade Wang
13Network Design under Ridesharing User Equilibrium with Nodal Matching and Waiting CostsSharon Di and Jeff Ban
14The critical passenger mass for achieving a societally beneficial ride-splitting servicesJintao Ke, Hai Yang and Zhengfei Zheng
15Network Design for Silent Link User Equilibrium: Link-node formation of location-obfuscated transportation networkSharon Di, Zeguan Wu and Wuping Xin
16Linear Programming for Strategic Optimization of Shared Autonomous Vehicle Operation and Infrastructure DesignToru Seo and Yasuo Asakura
17ACTIVITY-BASED APPROACH FOR MAXIMIZING SPACE-TIME ACCESSIBILITY IN MULTI-MODAL TRANSIT NETWORKS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT TRANSIT FARESXiao Fu and William H.K. Lam
18Multi-period bike relocation problem using co-existing transportation systemChin Sum Shui
19DYNAMIC EVACUATION ROUTING OPTIMIZATION CONSIDERING USER BEHAVIOR CONVERSIONHao Yu, Rui Ma, Pan Liu and Guohui Zhang
20The value of pre-trip information for evolutionary equilibrium of traffic networks: An individual learning-based analysisNing Jia, Zhengbing He and Weimeng Li
21Solving the dynamic user equilibrium problem with LWR model by local online l1-regularized surrogate modelQian Ge, Ke Han and Xiaobo Liu
22A Deep Learning-Based Two-Stage Method for Dynamic Origin-Destination Flow Estimation by Fusing Connected Vehicle Trajectories and Automatic Vehicle Identification DataYumin Cao and Keshuang Tang
23ADAPTIVE COORDINATED TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL: A ROLLING HORIZON OPTIMIZATION SCHEMELubing Li, Hong Lo and Wei Huang
24Simulation-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment with Continuously Distributed Value of Time for Heterogeneous UsersYe Tian and Yi-Chang Chiu
25How route guidance with small detours for only a fraction of all travelers can significantly improve network performanceOskar A.L. Eikenbroek, Georg Still and Eric van Berkum
26Price of anarchy of dynamic user equilibrium based on graphical solution methodChuan-Lin Zhao
27NON-MYOPIC DYNAMIC INVENTORY ROUTING OF ELECTRIC TAXIS BATTERIES BETWEEN CHARGING AND SWAPPING STATIONSHamid Sayarshad and Vahid Mahmoodian
28Flight Path Optimization with Constrained Finite Time Optimal Control(CFTOC)Xi Cheng, Gaofeng Su and Siyuan Feng
29HOW TO ASSIGN MONETARY AND NON-MONETARY INCENTIVES TO MAXIMIZE TOTAL SYSTEM BENEFIT?Jun Zhao and Lei Zhang
30High speed rail passengers’ Train Choice Behavior Analysis Based on Support Vector RegressionYuchao Tan, Jin Qin and Lina Hao
31Routing Heterogeneous Drivers through Persuasion: Formulation and AnalysisYixian Zhu and Ketan Savla
32Modeling and managing the ridesharing market under the fully autonomous vehicle environment with mixed equilibrium behaviors: an optimal dynamic control theoretic approachXinwei Li, Hongbo Ye and Hai Yang
33MACROSCOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DIAGRAM BASED PERIMETER CONTROL CONSIDERING DYNAMIC USER EQUILIBRIUMQiangqiang Guo and Xuegang Ban
34TRAJECTORY-BASED ROADSIDE ADAPTIVE CONTROL IN A MIXED CONNECTED VEHICLE ENVIRONMENTYao Yu, Xuegang Ban, Yingen Ge and Qiangqiang Guo
35SAFETY FOLLOWING ALGORITHMS FOR DESCRIBING VEHICLE’S BRAKING PROCESS IN CAR-FOLLOWING REGIMEChenxi Ding, Wuhong Wang and Hongwei Guo
36IDENTIFICATION OF DRIVING INTENTION THROUGH ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM (EEG) SIGNALS FOR OPERATION OF INTELLIGENT CONNECTED VEHICLEMin Li and Wuhong Wang
37Optimal Control and Stabilization of Traffic Flow with Autonomous VehiclesShi’An Wang and Michael Levin
38DYNAMIC MULTI-MODAL REGIONAL USER EQUILIBRIUM: A SHIFT TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTSergio Batista, Mahendra Paipuri, Ludovic Leclercq and Monica Menendez
39A LINK TO LINK SEGMENT BASED KRIGING METAMODEL FOR DYNAMIC NETWORK LOADINGAshraf Uz Zaman Patwary, Wei Huang and Hong K. Lo
40PRACTICAL ALGORITHMS OF NESTED RECURSIVE LOGIT FOR DTAJeroen Verstraete and Chris Tampere
41max-pressure intersection control based on travel-time dataRongsheng Chen, Michael Levin, David Rey and Vinayak Dixit
42Hybrid Re-balancing with Dynamic Hubbing for Free-floating Bike Sharing Using Multi-objective Simulation OptimizationVahid Mahmoodian, Yu Zhang and Hadi Charkhgard
43Strongly convergent forward-backward-forward algorithms for dynamic travel assignmentMathias Staudigl, Benoit Duvocelle, Dennis Meier and Pahn Tu Vuong
44A first order continuum signalized node model for dynamic traffic assignmentRaheleh Yahyamozdarani, Willem Himpe and Chris M. J. Tampère
45DYNAMIC SPEED CONTROL AND LANE MANAGEMENT: INFORMATION PROPAGATION IN THE EVENT-BASED LINK TRANSMISSION MODELMark Raadsen and Michiel Bliemer
46Macroscopic doubly dynamic multimodal traffic network with shared mobilityPeeranut Jeammaneeporn and Ke Han
47A STRATEGIC MODEL FOR THE LONG-TERM EVOLUTION OF MODE SHARE IN ON-DEMAND SHARED RIDE SERVICE SYSTEMSHaruko Nakao, Richard Connors and David Watling
48Computing Dynamic User Equilibria on Large-Scale Networks: Theory and SoftwareKe Han, Gabriel Eve, Terry Friesz and Gabriel Nicolosi
49A Dynamic Toll Design Problem for Express Toll Lane with Multiple Entries and Exits Using Cell Transmission ModelYufeng Zhang and Alireza Khani
50Aircraft Recovery problem based on a big-data approachLinfeng Zhang, Hongfei Jia, Lei Bian, Qi Yu and Bin Ran
51Collaborative deploying optimization of CAV lanes and bus lanes under demand uncertainty considering energy consumptionYu Lin, Hongfei Jia, Hongzhi Miao, Ruiyi Wu and Jun Ma
52HOUSEHOLD-ORIENTED LAND-USE AND TRANSPORT OPTIMIZATION 
53CONSIDERING DRIVERS’ HETEROGENEITY IN A MIXED FLEET OF CONNECTED, AUTONOMOUS, AND HUMAN-DRIVEN VEHICLESFatemeh Fakhrmoosavi, Ramin Saedi, Ali Zockaie and Alireza Talebpour
54FEEDBACK TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER BASED ON PARTIAL KNOWLEDGE OF CONNECTED VEHICLESJing Jia, Wan Li and Xuegang Ban
55Bus Bridging During Train DisruptionsHong En Tan, Yong Sheng Soh, De Wen Soh and Muhamad Azfar Ramli
56DEPLOYING PUBLIC CHARGING STATIONS FOR BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON EXPRESSWAY NETWORK BASED ON DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENTYang Yang, Tian Yu Zhang and En Jian Yao
57Quantifying day-to-day evolution of reliability-based choice patterns in public transit system with smart card dataMingyou Ma, Wei Liu, Xinwei Li, Fangni Zhang and Vinayak Dixit
58Combinatorial Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model Research by Considering Travel Time ReliabilityLili Yang, Luyao Wang and Hongfei Jia
59dynamical perimeter coordinated control method for multiple MFD sub-regionsZhang, Song and Ban
60No regret Markovian Dynamic Traffic AssignmentTheophile Cabannes, Harry Dong, Eric Goubault and Alexandre Bayen
61AN ESTIMATION METHOD FOR SPATIOTEMPORAL TRAFFIC STATES BASED ON INCOMPLETE TRAFFIC OBSERVATIONRyuichi Tani and Kenetsu Uchida
62UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOR OF QUEUE SPILLBACK IN A REAL-WORLD FREEWAY CORRIDOR: A PARSIMONIOUS MULTI-DETECTOR SIMPLIFIED KINEMATIC WAVE APPROACHAnnie Pan, Yanyue Liu, Qixiu Cheng, Xuesong Zhou, Jifu Guo and Yanyan Chen
63ANALYTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF MAXIMUM CONNECTED AUTOMATED VEHICLE PLATOON SIZEJiazu Zhou and Feng Zhu
64Estimating Dynamic Origin-Destination Demand and its Hierarchically-Structured Variance-Covariance MatrixWei Ma and Zhen Qian
65Incorporating Car-Sharing & Public Transport into A Trip-chain Based Multi-Mode Dynamic Traffic Assignment ModelQing-Yu Luo, Jin-ling Yang, Hong-fei Jia and Jia-Xiang Zhu
66Hamilton-Jacobi approach for computing real-time traffic flow networks on nodes with junction conditionsLinfeng Zhang, Hongfei Jia, Lei Bian and Bin Ran
67OPTIMIZATION OF DEPLOYMENT AND DYNAMIC REPOSITIONING OF DOCK-LESS ELECTRIC SCOOTER SHARINGFan-Yu Liao and James Chu
68MDTA: MARKOVIAN DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT: A NEW APPROACH FOR STOCHASTIC DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENTRicardo de La Paz Guala, Benjamin Heydecker, Cristián E. Cortés and Pablo A Rey
69Including Right-of-Way in a Joint Large-Scale Agent-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model for Car and Bicycle TrafficMads Paulsen, Thomas Rasmussen and Otto Anker Nielsen
70Modeling and managing ridesharing in a multi-modal network with an aggregate traffic representation: a doubly dynamical approachBangyang Wei, Meead Saberi, Fangni Zhang, Wei Liu and S. Travis Waller
71ESTIMATION OF TRAVEL DEMAND DISTRIBUTION PATTERN IN A FREEWAY CORRIDORQian Zhu and Xuesong Zhou
72FOLLOW YOUR FRIENDS OR NOT? DAY-TO-DAY ROUTE CHOICE MODEL AND BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENT VIA REFERENCE POINT EFFCTTian-Liang Liu, Liang Zhang, Chong Zhang, Hai-Jun Huang and Jian Chen
73A method for particle-based traffic assignmentGunnar Flötteröd
74ZERO-QUEUE TRAFFIC CONTROL USING GREEN-TIMES AND PRICES TOGETHERMichael Smith, Takamasa Iryo, Richard Mounce, Koki Satsukawa and David Watling
75Intercity High-Speed Rail Planning and Timetable Optimization under Time-Dependent DemandLina Hao, Sarah Yang, Jin Qin and Yuchao Tan
76Optimal control strategies for freeway traffic mixed with connected automated vehiclesTianlu Pan, Renzhong Guo, Biao He, William H.K. Lam and Renxin Zhong
77Multi-class DTA framework for non-lane based traffic scenarioRanju Mohan and Rahul Kumar Gupta
78String stability of vehicle following: analysis of lagged following rules with communicationBenjamin Heydecker and Hayley Goold
79Modeling of Cascading Failures In Hurricane Evacuation Using Agent-Based SimulationsYuan Zhu, Kaan Ozbay, Kun Xie, Hong Yang and Chuan Xu
80THE FIRST-BEST SYSTEM OPTIMUM IN THE MORNING COMMUTE PROBLEM WITH RIDESHARING TRAVELERSRui Ma and Michael Zhang
81A “backward” failure spreading model and its robustness against poor input data qualityXiangyang Guan and Cynthia Chen
82Design of counter measures to selfish, uncoordinated routing behavior in networksDaniel Zhang, Theophile Cabannes, Yashar Farid, Jane Macfarlane and Alexandre Bayen
83DAY-TO-DAY DYNAMIC MULTI-VEHICLE ASSIGNMENTGiulio Erberto Cantarella, Massimo Di Gangi and Orlando Giannattasio
84ADAPTIVE NETWORK TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL WITH APPROXIMATE DYNAMIC PROGRAMMINGZicheng Su and Andy Chow
85EXPLORING INSIGNIFICANT OD PAIRS: A COMPRESSED SENSING MODEL FOR OD DEMAND ESTIMATIONJingxing Wang, Shu Lu and Jeff Ban
86Braess’s paradox in scale-free networksJiawei Xue, Hemant Gehlot and Satish Ukkusuri
87MULTIMODAL AGENT-BASED DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT USING INFORMATION MIXINGOmer Verbas, Joshua Auld and Felipe de Souza
88Ensemble-Based Dynamic Traffic Modeling with Empirical Traffic DataWillem Himpe, Stephen Boyles and Chris Tampère
89Evacuation simulation of building occupants: Combining crowd gathering modes with human behavior during an emergencyZhihong Li and Yanjie Wen
90A HIGHLY EFFICIENT AND SCALABLE MESOSCOPIC TRAFFIC SIMULATOR FOR REGIONAL DYNAMICS ANALYSISRamachandran Balakrishna, Qi Yang and Beth Xie
91DATA-DRIVEN TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT: A NOVEL APPROACH OF LEARNING TRAFFIC FLOW PATTERNS USING GRAPH CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKRezaur Rahman and Samiul Hasan
92Departure time choice and traffic assignmentWenlong Jin and R Jayakrishnan
93INTEGRATING DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT AND ACTIVITY-BASED MODELS: PRACTICAL CHALLENGES AND SUCCESS STORIESDaniel Morgan, Qi Yang and Janet Choi
94Kriging-based dynamic network loading with a integration of behavioral modelChaojie Wang, Srinivas Peeta and Terry Friesz
95IMPACT OF CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES UNDER SUPPLY UNCERTAINTIES: AN EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN APPROACHDaniel Morgan, Qi Yang and Janet Choi
96RECENT EXPERIENCES WITH PRACTICAL DEPLOYMENTS OF WIDE-AREA DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENTDaniel Morgan and Howard Slavin
97TRAFFIC FLOW MODEL CALIBRATION FOR AN AGENT BASED TRAFFIC SIMULATION MODEL APPLIED IN NEW YORK CITYDing Wang, Kaan Ozbay, Brain He, Yubin Shen and Joseph Chow
98Peak-Load Pricing and Demand Management for Ridesharing PlatformsCesar Yahia and Stephen Boyles
99ASSESSING THE EQUITY IMPLICATIONS OF LOCALIZED EMISSIONS IMPACTS FROM TRANSPORTATION USING DYNAMIC TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT: A CASE STUDY OF THE LOS ANGELES REGIONJessica Lazarus, Ioanna Kavvada, Ahmad Bin Thaneya, Bin Wang and Jane Macfarlane
100DYNAMIC ORIGIN-DESTINATION DEMAND ESTIMATION: A REVIEW OF MAJOR APPROACHES, LIMITATIONS AND THE FUTURERamachandran Balakrishna
101MANAGING THE MORNING COMMUTE PROBLEM USING RIDESHARING PROGRAM AND TRADABLE CREDIT SCHEMEMohammad Miralinaghi, Amir Davatgari, Sania Seilabi, Yanfeng Ouyang and Samuel Labi
102OPTIMAL DEPLOYMENT OF CAPACITATED PARKING FACILITIES IN THE ERA OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLESMahmood T. Tabesh, Mohammad Miralinaghi and Samuel Labi
103Dynamic System Optimum Traffic Assignment in Continuum Space Using Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram: Analytical Solution and Simulation ExperimentsRafegh Aghamohammadi, Jorge A. Laval and Ludovic Leclercq
104Heterogeneous traffic flow: modeling agent interactions with differential gameJia Li and Michael Zhang
105Research on traffic flow distribution and prediction model of highway network based on toll dataYunqi Jing, Jiancheng Weng and Huimin Qian
106A Proposed Framework for the Analysis of Selfish RoutingTheophile Cabannes, Jessica Lazarus, Bingyu Zhao, Jiayi Li, Alexander Keimer and Alexandre Bayen
107A REFLECTION ON INTELLIGENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN MANAUSCarol Dias Gomes
108Dynamic Routing Policies on a Braess Network: Comparison, Analysis, and ExplorationMartina Kajanova, Kshitij Kulkarni and Alexander Keimer
109ROUTE CHOICES THAT CAUSE GRIDLOCKTakamasa Iryo and Yuki Sawamura
110HOW DO DRIVING PREFERENCE IMPACT ELECTRIC VEHICLE’S ENERGY CONSUMPTION? A CASE STUDY IN BEIJING, CHINADawei Zhang, Hongwei Guo and Wuhong Wang
111A MULTISCALE TRAFFIC FLOW MODEL BASED ON HYBRID DETERMINISTIC AND STOCHASTIC DISAGGREGATIONStefano de Luca, Roberta Di Pace and Facundo Storani
112Optimal Siting of Battery Electric Bus Charging StationsDaniel McCabe, Ohay Angah, Sai Sarath Chandra Pavuluri Venkata
113MODELING STOCHASTIC DEGRADATIONS DURING TRANSPORTATION NETWORK EMERGENCY EVACUATIONSXia Yang, David Coit
114OPTIMAL LANE ALLOCATION FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES WITH ENDOGENOUS MODE CHOICE DECISIONS FOR A FREEWAY NETWORK DESIGN PROBLEMShantanu CHAKRABORTY, David Rey, Michael W. LEVIN, S. Travis Waller
115A fare incentive strategy to manage mass transit queuing and crowding congestionYili Tang, Yu Jiang, Hai Yang, Otto Anker Nielsenb
116DAY-TO-DAY LEARNING FRAMEWORK FOR ONLINE ORIGIN-DESTINATION DEMAND ESTIMATION AND PREDICTIONEunhye Kim, Hani Mahmassani
117A HYBRID METHOD FOR REAL-TIME TRAFFIC DATA RESTORATION AND ITS IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE OF AN ONLINE DTA SYSTEMEunhye Kim, Hani Mahmassani
Table 1. List of accepted abstracts/papers