10 February 2020
ERC grant for Serge Hoogendoorn
Serge Hoogendoorn (Professor Traffic Operations & Management) received an ERC proof of concept grant for the further development of an intelligent multi-modal transfer flow management system. This innovative pedestrian management system aims to make transfers at multi-modal hubs as efficient, reliable and safe for the traveller as possible.
09 February 2020
Evacuation behavior analyzed using discrete choice theory
In a combined research of the TU Delft and UC Berkeley the behavior of evacuees of Hurricane Irma was modelled and analyzed empirically using a variety of choice models, estimated on actual evacuation choice data.
11 November 2019
First cycling behaviour experiment on Leeghwaterstraat
The Leeghwaterstraat on the TU Delft Campus has officially been put into use as a living lab for research into cycling behaviour and autonomous driving.
04 October 2019
13 May 2019
Who is in control of self-driving cars?
16 April 2019
TU Delft Campus living lab for autonomous driving
Along the Leeghwaterstraat on TU Delft Campus masts are currently being erected to monitor bicycle and car traffic. This will turn this part of the campus into a living lab for research into the behavior of cyclists and autonomous driving.
11 April 2019
Martijn Hollestelle wins the Gouden RAI Wiel Studentenprijs 2018
03 April 2019
Open PhD and postdoc positions
Two PhD and one postdoc positions are open at Delft University of Technology as part of the SAMEN project ‘Safe and efficient operation of AutoMated and human drivEN vehicles in mixed traffic’.
06 November 2018
'Lack of ambition in much-needed modernisation of Dutch railways'
According to Rob Goverde, professor of Railway Traffic Operations & Management, Dutch railways should switch much faster to the modern European ERTMS communication standard for rail traffic control and safety. This is a key message in his inaugural address to be held at TU Delft on Friday, 9 November.
05 November 2018
Sound as an influencing factor on safe cycling
Agnieszka Stelling explores how sound impacts cyclist traffic safety. She will obtain her doctorate from TU Delft on Monday, 5 November 2018 with research into this subject.