Real Time Public Transport Information Systems in SCOPE

by Yorgos J. Stephanedes, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
M. McDonald, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,
Kostas Zografos, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Pacific Rim TransTech Conference—Volume II: International Ties, Management Systems, Propulsion Technology, Strategic Highway Research Program


The objective of this work is to demonstrate the use of Advanced Transport Telematics (ATT) in a multimodal transport environment. The focus of the work is on the integration of ATT methods to increase the share of public transport in the modal-split pattern, improve the efficiency of the available road and transport infrastructure, and enhance the efficiency of multimodal transport networks. The paper describes the characteristics of an integrated traveler information system for two port cities within SCOPE, a DRIVE II project. The system under consideration collects, evaluates, coordinates and disseminates real-time and forecast information on the transport network and service conditions for travelers arriving and departing from the port, by road, bus, rail, ferries and air.

Subject Headings: Public transportation | Information systems | Transportation networks | Rail transportation | Public information programs | Multimodal transportation systems | Highways and roads | Traffic management

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