Conference Proceedings

The conference proceedings are now available as open access articles on ScienceDirect by Elsevier.

The presentations and posters are available below.

Session 1: Investigating Influences on Mobility Behavior

Cair/Keynote: Haixiao Pan, Tongji University, China

Experiences with capacity reductions on urban main roads – rethinking the need for urban road capacity? Aud Tennøy, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

Mobility between Form and Flux, Space and Time – Towards a comprehensive approach Hans-Peter Meier-Dallach, CulturProspectiv Zürich, Switzerland; Gunter Heinickel, ScienceScapes Berlin, Germany

“We don’t need a car right now” Studying transport preferences and attitudes among young adults in Budapest, Copenhagen and Karlsruhe Maike Puhe, Jens Schippl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

From weak signals to mobility scenarios: A prospective study of France in 2050 Vincent Kaufmann, Emmanuel Ravalet, EPFL, Switzerland

Poster Session

Gamification and social dynamics behind corporate cycling campaigns; Alexandra Millonig, Matthias Wunsch, Stefan Seer, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria; Agnis Stibe, Chengzhen Dai, Katja Schechtner, Ryan C.C. Chin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Predetermination of attributes reflecting household preferences in location choice models; Benjamin Heldt, Kay Gade, German Aerospace Center, Germany

A concept for the architecture of an open platform for modular mobility services in the smart city; Christoph Pflügler, Maximilian Schreieck, Gabriel Hernandez, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar, TUM, Germany

PASTA – Increasing sustainable transport as a step towards an active and healthy city; Elisabeth Raser et al., University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria

Improving Parking Availability Maps using Information from Nearby Roads; Fabian Bock, Monika Sester, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Spaces of Effort, Exploration of an Experience of Active Mobility; Farzaneh Bahrami, Alexandre Rigal, EPFL, Switzerland

“Everything is better with Bluetooth” Localization technology at the service of sustainable mobility; Filippo Logi, Jan Helebrant, Siemens AG Mobility, Germany

The Impact of Carsharing on Car Ownership in German Cities; Flemming Giesel, Claudia Nobis, German Aerospace Center, Germany

Evaluation of Munich’s Cycle Route Planner – Data Analysis, Customer Survey and Field Test; Florian Paul, Klaus Bogenberger, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich; Bernhard Fink, MVV, Germany

Concepts for tenant tickets for connecting habitation and transport; Franz Lambrecht, Carsten Sommer, University of Kassel, Germany

Electromobility in Carsharing – Status quo, potentials, factors of success; Gerhard Parzinger, Fachhochschule Erfurt, Germany

Fleet Disposition Modeling to Maximize Utilization of Battery Electric Vehicles in Companies with On-Site Energy Generation; Johannes Betz, Dominick Werner, Markus Lienkamp, TUM, Germany

Development of a multi-modal Congestion Assessment Tool and its application in Munich – an example from the Horizon 2020 project FLOW; Johannes Keller, City of Munich; Nora Szabo, PTV Group, Germany

Light electric vehicles: substitution and future uses; Kaarina Hyvönen, Petteri Repo, Minna Lammi, University of Helsinki, Finland

Social Acceptance of alternative mobility systems in Tunis; Katharina Kilian-Yasin, Melanie Wöhr, Guy Fournier, Pforzheim University, Germany; Cyrine Tangour, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Tunisia

The impact of product failure on innovation diffusion: The example of the cargo bike as alternative vehicle for urban transport; Lea Heinrich, Wolfgang H. Schulz, Zeppelin University of Friedrichshafen; Isabella Geis, IML Dortmund, Germany

Modelling children’s mobility and school commuting: a review and key challenges for further research; Mario Cools, Anne-Francoise Marique, Jacques Teller, University of Liège, Belgium

A Matching Algorithm for Dynamic Ridesharing; Maximilian Schreieck, Hazem Safetli, Sajjad Ali Siddiqui, Christoph Pflügler, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar, TUM, Germany

Developing Encouragement Strategies For Active Mobility; Nadine Haufe, Vienna University of Technology; Alexandra Millonig, Karin Markvica, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

Replicators and Robo-Vans Instead of Air-Drones: A Vision of Urban Logistics in the Year 2030; Oliver Kunze, Institute of Risk and Resource Management, HNU University of Applied Sciences, Neu-Ulm, Germany

Intermodal urban mobility: The case of Berlin; Rebekka Oostendorp, Julia Jarass, Sigrun Beige, Konstantin Greger, German Aerospace Center, Germany

Optimization of Individual Travel Behavior through Customized Mobility Services and their Effects on Travel Demand and Transportation Systems; Tim Hilgert, Martin Kagerbauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Thomas Schuster, esentri AG; Christoph Becker, Forschungszentrum Informatik, Germany

Session 2: Assessing Options for Sustainable Development

Chair/Keynote: Maintaining Mobility in Substantial Urban Growth Futures Rolf Moeckel, TUM, Kai Nagel, TU Berlin, Germany

Simulation of synthetic establishments for modeling firm behavior in SimMobility Diem-Trinh Le, Giulia Cernicchiaro, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore; Chris Zegras, Joseph Ferreira, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Exploring the acceptable travel time concept in the US and European contexts. Results from Berkeley, CA and Delft, The Netherlands Dimitris Milakis, Bert van Wee, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Future perspectives for the Munich Metropolitan Region – an integrated mobility approach Julia Kinigadner, Fabian Wenner, Michael Bentlage, Stefan Klug, Gebhard Wulfhorst, Alain Thierstein, TUM, Germany

A tool for more sustainable residential location choice Stephan Tischler, Markus Mailer, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Session 3: Governance and Participation

Chair/Keynote: Anders Larsson, Uiversity of Gothenburg, Sweden

What culture does to regional governance: collaboration and negotiation in public transport planning Alexander Paulsson, Jens Hylander, Robert Hrelja, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, Sweden

Participatory Planning of Transit Corridors using Interactive Accessibility-based Mapping P. Christopher Zegras, Anson F. Stewart, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Autonomous Vehicles vs. SharedAutonomous Vehicles: A Multi-Criteria Multi-Stakeholder Approach Borislav Antonov, Nagège Faul, VEDECOM Institute for the Energy Transition; Philippe Lanceleur, Martin O’Connor, Université Paris-Saclay, France

Innovations For Sustainable Mobility: Comparing Groningen (NL) and Phoenix (US) J. R. Homrighausen, Royal Haskoning DHV; Wendy G. Z. Tan, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Session 4-A: New Mobility Services

Cair/Keynote: Claus Tully, FU Berlin, Germany

Electromobility for tourists: testing business models in the Paris region Gaele Lesteven, Fabien Leurent, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, LVMT, France

Autonomous taxicabs in Berlin – a spatiotemporal analysis of service performance Joschka Bischoff, TU Berlin, Germany; Michal Maciejewski, Poznan University of Technolgy, Poland

Flying high in urban ropeways – Chances and obstacles of urban ropeway systems in Germany Max Reichenbach, Maike Puhe, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Germany

Building Up Demand-Oriented Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in Germany Tamer Soylu, Christine Weiß, Bastian Chlond, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology; John E. Anderson, Nicole Böttcher, Tobias Kuhnimhof, German Aerospace Center, Germany

Session 4-B: Designing Urban Systems for Different Needs

Chair/Keynote: Stefan Minner, TUM, Germany

Investigation of barrier free enviromental based on smart band technology Dzenan Dzafic, Yavuz Selim Kücük, Georgios Papastefanou, Claudia Maximini, Dirk Vallée, RWTH Aachen, Germany

Cycling in Older Age – Overcoming Adversity Heather Jones, Kiron Chatterjee, University of the West of England, Bristol; Ben Spencer, Tim Jones, Oxford Brookes University,UK

Streets: Epitomes of challenges and opportunities at the interface of public space and mobility Kim Carlotta von Schönfeld, Luca Bertolini, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Better for everyone: An approach to multimodal network design considering equity Rosalia Camporeale, Leonardo Caggiani, Michele Ottomanelli, Technical University of Bari, Italy; Achille Fonzone, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK

Session 5-A: Organizing Multimodal and Shared Mobility

Chair/Keynote: Tom Rye, Lund University, Sweden

Systematic evaluation of new services at mobility hubs Birgit Kohla, Jürgen Fabian, Martin Fellendorf, Graz University of Technology; Elena Just-Moczygemba, Holding Graz Kommunale Dienstleistungen, Austria

Inventory Routing for Bike Sharing Systems Jan Brinkmann, Marlin W. Ulmer, Dirk C. Mattfeld, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Free-Floating Carsharing: City-Specific Growth Rates and Success Factors Katherine Kortum, Transportation Research Board, USA; Robert Schönduwe, Benjamin Stolte, Benno Bock, InnoZ, Germany

Validation of a Relocation Strategy for Munich’s Bike Sharing System Svenja Reiß, Klaus Bogenberger, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich, Germany

Session 5-B: Assessing Transport Systems on Different Scales

Cair/Keynote: Cecilia Silva, University of Porto, Portugal

A hybrid and multiscale approach to model and simulate mobility in the context of public events Daniel H. Biedermann, Peter M. Kielar, Oliver Handel, André Borrmann, TUM; Carolin Torchiani, David Willems, Stefan Ruzika, University Koblenz-Landau, Germany

A Tool for the Assessment of Urban Mobility Scenarios in Climate Change Mitigation: an Application to the Granada’s LRT Project Miguel L. Navarro-Ligero, Luis Miguel Valenzuela-Montes, University of Granada, Spain

Simulation of the potentials for energy and climate efficient mobility by implementing measures to reduce the modal share of car use in the Ruhr Metropolitan Region Oscar Reutter, Miriam Müller, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Bus Transit-Oriented Development (BTOD) as an Approach to Urban Sustainability: Effects on Residential Values in Seattle Metropolitan Area Qing Shen, Simin Xu, University of Washington; Jiang Lin, Energy Foundation, USA

Session 6: mobil.LAB – Sustainable Mobility in the Metropolitan Region of Munich

Chair/Keynote: Stefan Klug, TUM, Germany

Adoption of Technology & Innovations – Diffusion barriers of Electric Bicycles and Windows of Adoption Jessica Le Bris, Green City Projekt; mobil.LAB doctoral research group, TUM; University of Tübingen, Germany

Interrelations of low-income group’s residential and mobility choices in growing metropolitan areas Lena Sterzer, mobil.LAB doctoral research group, TUM, Germany

The deliberative practice of Vision Mobility 2050: Vision-making for sustainable mobility in the region of Munich? Chelsea Tschoerner, Freiburg University, Germany; Sven Kesselring, Cosmobilites Network, Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Germany

Outlook: Perspectives of mobil.LAB - Shaping Mobility Cultures Seven Kesselring, Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Germany, Gebhard Wulfhorst, TUM, Germany