A proposed hybrid evaluation methodology for intelligent transport system deployment
Li, Jun and Liu, Chunlu 2004, A proposed hybrid evaluation methodology for intelligent transport system deployment, in Proceedings of the 5th Asian Control Conference : Melbourne, 20-23 July, 2004, IEEE Xplore, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 818-826.
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Proceedings of the 5th Asian Control Conference : Melbourne, 20-23 July, 2004
Evans, Rob Mareels, Iven
Asian Control Conference
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The rapid deployment of intelligent transport systems in practice requires serious evaluation of new construction projects. Traditional transportation evaluation methods are insufficient to capture the new features of intelligent transport systems, particularly the applications of recently developed information technologies. This research aims to develop a new conceptual framework to evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts of intelligent transport systems deployment, with explicit consideration of impacts of information technologies on variant travel behaviours. The research would provide a systematic evaluation methodology to enable decision makers and publics better evaluating and understanding the social, economic and environmental benefits of implementation of intelligent transport systems.
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