American Society of Civil Engineers


ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development: Information, Technology, Implementation


by Xinping Yan, Ph.D., (editor), (Vice President and Professor, Wuhan University of Technology, China), Ping Yi, Ph.D., (editor), (Director and Professor, Ohio Transportation Consortium, The University of Akron, USA), Chaozhong Wu, Ph.D., (editor), (Director and Professor, ITS Research Center, Wuhan University of Technology, China), and Ming Zhong, Ph.D., (editor), (Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Canada)
Sponsored and Organized by Wuhan University of Technology (WUT); the Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI) of ASCE; China Communications and Transportation Association (CCTA); National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC); and Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE)
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 978-0-7844-1177-3 (CD-Rom), 2011, 2832 pp., (doi:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784411773)     (Barcode: 579212838)

Conference information: First International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety (ICTIS); June 30-July 2, 2011, Wuhan, China

ASCE sponsor: Transportation and Development Institute (TDI)

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Document type: Books - Conference Proceedings - CD-ROM
Abstract: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety, held in Wuhan, China, June 30-July 2, 2011. Sponsored and organized by Wuhan University of Technology; Transportation and Development Institute of ASCE; China Communications and Transportation Association; National Natural Science Foundation of China; Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. This collection contains 355 reviewed papers examining the problems and opportunities addressed by a multimodal approach for the sustained development of the transportation system in China. Modern information technologies and innovations in transportation safety management are key to improving the system efficiency and enhancing traffic safety. Multimodal and system-wide approaches are needed to develop solutions that are technically effective, socially equitable, environmentally sound, and economically viable. These papers promote sustainable transportation system development in the context of information systems and safety for four transportation areas: highways, air, rail, and water.


ASCE Subject Headings:
Transportation management
Sustainable development
Information technology (IT)
Models
China
Traffic management
Air transportation
Highways and roads