Transport & Planning
How can we solve congestion? Why can't we just build more roads and railways? The Department Transport & Planning at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences conducts scientific research and provides education about the planning and operation of transport systems.
Our themes are:
- Coordinated and Cooperative Network Traffic Operations and Management
- Reliable Multimodal Transport Systems
- Cooperative and automated driving
- Active Mode Mobility
We provide transport and planning courses in the Bachelor programme Civil Engineering, we offer a Transport & Planning track in the MSc programmes Civil Engineering and participate in the interfaculty MSc programme Transport Infrastructure and Logistics.
Student group of Gordon Lovegrove visited the Netherlands
Every year Transport & Planning has different universities visiting with their summerschool during summer. This year also the group of Gordon Lovegrove (Associate Professor at The University of Columbia ) visited the Netherlands from June 5 till June 23, 2017.
Survey ALLEGRO project
The survey in the links below investigates factors that influence decisions we make while cycling and is part of the ALLEGRO project. It should take 5-7 minutes to be filled in. There is a Dutch and an English version, hence two links, but it is also possible to switch language within the survey. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Rolf Dollevoet en Rob Goverde: voorkom ‘ATB Vv-eilandjes’ bij uitrol
De spoorsector dient te voorkomen dat er bij de uitrol van het Europese beveiligingssysteem ERTMS ‘ATB Vv-eilandjes’ ontstaan. Dat zeggen Rolf Dollevoet en Rob Goverde in reactie op de plannen van het kabinet om tot en met 2030 alleen de drukst bereden spoorlijnen met ERTMS Level 2 uit te rusten
TU Delft researcher improves modelling for effects of kilometre charge
It is highly likely that some form of kilometre charge will be on the political agenda during the present talks on the formation of the new government. However, there is much room for improvement in the models used to predict the effects of a kilometre charge. Erik-Sander Smits has combined know-how from game theory, choice analyses, traffic flow theory and the transport economy to create a better modelling. On Tuesday 16 May the NWO researcher will be awarded a PhD at TU Delft for his work on this subject.