Network Reliability in Practice

Selected Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-0946-5 (Print) 978-1-4614-0947-2 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-4

    Introduction to Network Reliability in Practice

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    Pages 5-20

    Disruptions to Transportation Networks: A Review

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    Pages 21-36

    Travel Impacts and Adjustment Strategies of the Collapse and the Reopening of the I-35W Bridge

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    Pages 37-65

    How Severe Are the Problems of Congestion and Unreliability? An Empirical Analysis of Traveler Perceptions

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    Pages 67-78

    Institutional Architecture to Support Improved Highway Operational Performance

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    Pages 79-95

    Travel Time Reliability Indices for Highway Users and Operators

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    Pages 97-114

    Incorporating Robustness Analysis into Urban Transportation Planning Process

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    Pages 115-129

    A Model of Bridge Choice Across the Mississippi River in Minneapolis

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    Pages 131-149

    Network Evaluation Based on Connectivity Reliability and Accessibility

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    Pages 151-170

    Goal Programming Approach to Solve the Stochastic Multi-Objective Network Design Problem

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    Pages 171-208

    An Algorithm for the Minimum Robust Cost Path on Networks with Random and Correlated Link Travel Times

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    Pages 209-221

    A Link-Based Stochastic Traffic Assignment Model for Travel Time Reliability Estimation

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    Pages 223-240

    Considering On-Time and Late Arrivals in Multi-Class Risk-Averse Traffic Equilibrium Model with Elastic Demand

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    Pages 241-259

    Heuristic Solution Techniques for No-Notice Emergency Evacuation Traffic Management