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ICCTP 2011

ICCTP 2011

Towards Sustainable Transportation Systems

Edited by Yafeng Yin, Yinhai Wang, Jian Lu, and Wei Wang


2011 / 3038 pp.



 
CD-Rom - In Stock
$250.00 List / $187.50ASCE Member
Stock No. 41186 / ISBN: 9780784411865


Description

Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals, held in Nanjing, China, August 14–17, 2011. Organized by Chinese Overseas Transportation Association (COTA); Southeast University. Sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute of ASCE; National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).

This collection contains 434 peer-reviewed papers discussing critical transportation issues, sharing experience in transportation research and development, and exchanging ideas for future transportation studies.

Topics include:

  • transportation policy and economics;
  • transportation planning and modeling;
  • traffic operations, management, and control;
  • intelligent transportation systems (ITS);
  • traffic safety and emergency response;
  • transportation and sustainability;
  • transit and rail systems;
  • transportation infrastructure design and construction;
  • pavement and materials engineering, and highway maintenance;
  • logistics and freight transportation;
  • vehicle technologies; and
  • water transportation and aviation.

These papers are a valuable source of the-state-of-art research in transportation science and engineering and will be of interest to researchers, practitioners, and students of transportation engineering.

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