Fabian Fehn

Fabian Fehn
Technische Universität München | TUM · Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control

M.Sc. Environmental Engineering (TUM)

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The market share of mobility on-demand (MoD) services strongly increased in recent years and is expected to rise even higher once vehicle automation is fully available. These services might reduce space consumption in cities as fewer parking spaces are required if private vehicle trips are replaced. If rides are shared additionally, occupancy relat...
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Short-term disruptions can have a long-lasting negative effect on traffic flow exceeding the duration of the disruption itself. This is especially the case when traffic demand approaches the network’s capacity. On-demand ride-sourcing services like ride-hailing and ride-pooling do not only have an impact on the overall kilometers driven in a networ...
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This paper examines the integration of freight delivery into the passenger transport of an on-demand ride-pooling service. The goal of this research is to use existing passenger trips for logistics services and thus reduce additional vehicle kilometers for freight delivery and the total number of vehicles on the road network. This is achieved by me...
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This paper deals with the idea of ride parcel pooling (RPP); an on-demand service, where passengers as well as parcels share-if possible-trips within the same vehicle. Potential users are surveyed to find criteria that are crucial for the success of an on-demand service. The survey looks at socio-demographic aspects and tries to assess the particip...
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In addition to and parallel to the SERVUS project, the requirements for a new, agile, urban cargo bicycle with electric drive are identified through a targeted, scientific application potential analysis in the project "E-Cargo Bike - Accompanying Research" described here. These findings are then implemented in the SERVUS project in an agile develop...
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Ride- Parcel- Pooling expands conventional ride-pooling on-demand mobility services. It does not only offer passengers shared rides but also integrates parcels into the assignment problem to increase vehicle utilization during times of low passenger demand. This article examines the potential behind the combination of on-demand mobility and city lo...
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On-Demand Mobility (ODM) has appeared in recent years in almost all places on earth. Notably, in large cities, it is no longer possible to imagine passenger transport without it. In the course of this development, the costs for this form of mobility have been anything but constant and transparent. However, in recent years, prices stabilized and now...
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div>Electrifying mobility-on-demand (MoD) fleets is an important step towards a more sustainable transportation system. With increasing fleet size, MoD operators will be able to participate in the energy exchange market and will have access to time-varying electricity prices. They can benefit from intelligent scheduling of charging processes co...
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div>Electrifying mobility-on-demand (MoD) fleets is an important step towards a more sustainable transportation system. With increasing fleet size, MoD operators will be able to participate in the energy exchange market and will have access to time-varying electricity prices. They can benefit from intelligent scheduling of charging processes co...
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The 21st century is characterized not only by a growing need for mobility, but above all by an increasing variety of mobility forms. Individualization, connectivity, urbanization and post-fossil drive technologies will determine the mobility of tomorrow. Technical innovations and changing human needs are becoming the driving force behind novel form...

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With regard to the medium and long-term planning and development of the transportation network and spatial development, the role of automated driving is gaining importance. Both national and international studies show that in terms of mobility behavior (demand, choice of vehicle, etc.) and traffic flow (traffic technology, infrastructure capacity, traffic safety, etc.) major changes are expected due to an increasing share of automated vehicles in the traffic system. For Switzerland, the question arises which effects (partially) automated driving will have on infrastructure and on spatial planning. Against this background, the ASTRA 2018/005 research project was launched.
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Using the example of the City of Munich (LHM), the EASYRIDE project defines goals from a municipal perspective, develops realistic development paths for the "mobility transformation" and derives specific recommendations for action, while considering identified risks, opportunities and uncertainties. Selected solutions will be demonstrated in pilot demonstrators.