Infrastructure enabled eco-approach for transit system: A simulation approach
mode - bus, place - urban, infrastructure - stop, infrastructure, technology - emissions, planning - service level, planning - methods
infrastructure-enabled eco-approach, transit operation, transit service
This paper develops an infrastructure-enabled eco-approach specifically for transit systems, where a two-stage simulation approach is proposed to include the impact of bus stops, and can further quantify the effects of infrastructure-enabled eco-approach on transit operating and service. The developed system is then embedded into a well-developed simulation environment, i.e., Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO), and a series of real-world-based cases are designed to compare the proposed system with traditional method and non-control case at segment-, line-, and network-level service respectively. Results reveal that the proposed method outperforms the traditional eco approach and can significantly improve the energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emission by up to 54.33%, where the environmental benefits are more clearly seen when more transit services are involved. In particular, it has the capability of marginalizing the speed fluctuations around the bus stop.
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Li, X., Xu, W., Wang, T., & Yuan, Y. (2022). Infrastructure enabled eco-approach for transit system: A simulation approach. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 106, 103265.
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