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28 February 2018

Can free public transport really reduce pollution?

The German government proposes making public transport free in its 5 most polluted cities, including Berlin. Dr. Oded Cats shared in interviews to German media his views based on research he conducted for the case of Tallinn, Estonia, which introduced free-fare public transport in 2013. Research results do not provide evidence that the measure proposed by the German government will achieve its objective.

28 February 2018

Participants wanted for Crossing behaviour in Virtual Reality

25 January 2018

NWO TTP grant for Prof. Hans van Lint

Professor Hans van Lint has received an NWO TTP grant of 1.3 million euros for the MiRRORS project; Multiscale integrated traffic observatory for large road networks.

13 December 2017

Female participants wanted for driving simulator research

10 November 2017

Crossing behaviour in Virtual Reality: Looking for participants!

01 November 2017

Marjan Hagenzieker in NOS: Veel slimme en 'veilige' snufjes in nieuwe auto's nauwelijks gebruikt

Moderne auto's zitten vol met technische hulpmiddelen, maar bestuurders maken er amper gebruik van. Dat komt doordat automobilisten niet weten wat hun auto allemaal kan.

31 October 2017

IEEE ITS Institutional Lead Award for Bart van Arem

26 October 2017

Niels van Oort in de TU Delta: ‘OV moet stad meerwaarde geven’

Het eerste project van het nieuwe Delfste OV-lab is meteen raak. Het Smart Public Transport Lab gaat het effect van de Amsterdamse Noord/Zuidlijn monitoren.

25 October 2017

H2020 grant for My-TRAC

Professor Hans van Lint of Delft integrated travel and traffic laboratory (DiTTlab) is involved in a new Horizon 2020 project My-TRAC that will receive 3,5 million euros funding from the H2020 programme Shift2Rail.

27 September 2017

TI in Media: Marjan Hagenzieker