2014 - The 32nd CAITR conference

The 32nd CAITR conference was hosted by the Research Centre for Integrated Transport Innovation (rCITI) at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia on the 17-18th February 2014.

CAITR (Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research) represents a forum for transport researchers and professionals to present and discuss their work with peers and colleagues in a supportive,informal environment and to be part of a network of expertise. CAITR is particularly valuable to research students (PhDs, Masters and Undergraduates), and recently qualified researchers, providing an opportunity to present work in progress and receive constructive feedback.


PRIZE WINNERS 

Congratulations to Aaron JAMES HARGRAVES.
Winner of The Robert L Pretty Memorial Prize for best undergraduate student paper.
Kindly sponsored by SIDRA SOLUTIONS.

Photo above: (L-R) Aaron Hargraves, Sevim Akcelik and Rahmi Akcelik. 


 

Congratulations to Nima AMINI.
Winner of the Rodney Vaughan Memorial Prize for the best postgraduate student paper.
Kindly sponsored by The Urban Transport Insitute (TUTI)

Photo above: (L-R) Dr Upali Vandebona, Dr. Vinayak Dixit and Nima Amini.


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Presentations Affiliation
1. Estimating Human Energy Expenditure on Travel from Multi-Day Multi-Year GPS Data and its Implications about Stable Personal Travel Behaviour, Asif Ahmed and Peter Stopher   ITLS
2. Consumer Benefit Model for Developing Public Transport Networks, Edward Robson** 
rCITI 
3. Housing prices and price endogeneity in tenure and dwelling type choice models, Chinh Ho* and David Hensher  ITLS
4. Key Performance Indicators For Freight Networks,Martin Chow and Mende Gorgievski   TfNSW
5. Meeting Country Rail Freight Demand, Aman Mankoo and Shaun Tabone   TfNSW
6. Integration, infrastructure and service reliability: understanding the challenges for regional aviation and the provision of airfreight services, Tarryn Kille*, Paul Bates and Patrick S. Murray   Griffith U
7. A New Mathematical Programming Model for Transit Timetable Synchronisation, Vahid Poorjafari*, Wen Long Yue and Nicholas Holyoak  Uni SA
8. Intelligent mobility on demand: a review of literature and tools and future directions, Nicole Ronald   U Melb
9. A Feasibility Study into the use of String Transport Systems for Passenger Rail in New South Wales, Aaron James Hargraves**   UNSW
10. What can we learn from previous road tunnel experience in Australia? Jean-Francois Delvaen and Horst (Oz) Kayak   TCPA  (Vic)
11. Stochasticity of Airport Passenger Arrival Process in System Dynamics, David Sulejic   QUT
12. Overcoming small business opposition to sustainable transport projects that reduce car parking in urban town centres, Claudine Moutou*  and Stephen Greaves   ITLS
13. Using the logsum to measure accessibility benefits of new cycling infrastructure, Chris Standen*   ITLS
14. Associations between Health and Active Transportation, Nima Amini*   rCITI
15. Addressing Accessibility Gaps in Network Operations Planning, Ian Espada, David Green and Paul Bennett   ARRB
16. An Innovative System of Disaggregate Models for Trip Generation and Trip Attributes Using Random Forest Concept, Milad Ghasri*and Taha Rashidi 
rCITI
17. Investigating the Braess Paradox within the ‘User Equilibrium with Recourse’ modelling framework,Kasun Wijayaratna*  rCITI
18. Switching routes to prevent excessive traffic, Rosemary Sharples*  UTS
19. Integrating Machine Learning with Optimization to Solve Large Scale VRP, Mojtaba Maghrebi*, S. Travis Waller and Claude Sammut rCITI
20. Retrieving Trip Information from a Discrete Detectors Network: the case of Brisbane Bluetooth detectors, Gabriel Michau*, Alfredo Nantes, Edward Chung, Patrice Abry and Pierre Borgnat   QUT+ENS
Lyon
21. Smartphone-assisted Travel Surveys: Smart way for Transport Planning, Hamid Safi, Mahmoud Mesbah and Luis Ferreira   UQ
22. Using Leximancer to understand travellers’ preferences for Park-and-Ride facilities Ying Huang, Doina Olaru, and Brett Smith UWA
23. Travel-Time Patterns Benefitting Health and Wellbeing, Horst (Oz) Kayak and Delvaen Jean-Francois and Marzieh Reisi   TCPA (Vic)
24. Cumulative Effects Assessment for the Sustainability Analysis: A Study on Dhaka City Road Transport Sector, Shirina Afroze*, Rocco Zito, Andrew Allan    Uni SA
25. Macroscopic Analysis of Brisbane Urban Network for Traffic Monitoring, Takahiro Tsubota, Ashish Bhaskar and Edward Chung  QUT
26. The integration of road network and vehicle emissions modelling, Rocco Zito   Uni SA