Peraphan Jittrapirom

Peraphan Jittrapirom
Radboud University | RU · Department of Business Administration

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Introduction
Director and research associate of the Global Carbon Project (GCP), National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan. His research interests are transport policy and mobility planning, System Dynamics, foresight, and planning practice under deep uncertainty. He currently working on topics, such as Mobility-as-a-Service, Ridehailing, Demad-Responsive Transport, and how these smart mobility can be combined to support the decarbonisation of the urban transport system.
Additional affiliations
May 2019 - present
National Institute for Environmental Studies
Position
  • Managing Director
July 2016 - May 2019
Radboud University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
December 2014 - July 2016
Coastal Cities at Risk (CCar) – Building Adaptive Capacity for Managing Climate Change of Mega Cities, Bangkok
Position
  • System Dynamics modeller

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Publications (38)
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The novelties of new mobility solutions, such as carsharing, may instill different expectations and understanding of the concepts among stakeholders. These differences in their ‘mental models’ can hamper the wider implementation of the concept and delay a transition toward a more sustainable transport system. In this study, we implemented a partici...
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Consensus on carbon accounting approaches at city-level is lacking and analytic frameworks to systematically link carbon mitigation with the Sustainable Development Goals are limited. A new accounting approach anchored upon key physical provisioning systems can help to address these knowledge gaps and facilitate urban transitions.
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Zusammenfassung This paper offers a critical review of three coevolving socio-technical paradigms: (a) “data-driven urbanism,” (b) digital platforms, and (c) “Mobility-as-a-Service” (MaaS). It explores the complex relationship unfolding between data-driven cities and digital platforms, while drawing on MaaS as a case to discuss the challenges of im...
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Cities have become the focus of global climate mitigation efforts because as they are responsible for 60-70% of energy-related CO2 emissions. As the world is increasingly urbanized, it is crucial to identify cost-effective pathways to decarbonize and enhance the resilience of cities, which ensure the well-being of their dwellers. Here, we propose a...
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The building and transport sectors in urban areas are the main contributors to global greenhouse gases (GHG). However, estimating and mapping the GHG emissions from these two sectors has been challenging, largely due to data limitation. In this study, we demonstrate how our framework can support the estimation and mapping of the daily carbon emissi...
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Global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions continue to rise rapidly despite the urgency and the high-level commitment to address climate change. The stagnation is highly apparent in the transport sector, in which more than 95% of the energy consumed by the sector is from fossil fuels. Past studies have elucidated how interactive simulation and participa...
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An important issue for policy makers and transport planners who wish to promote Mobility as a Service (MaaS) initiatives is to find out whether and to what extent citizens are willing to adopt this new mobility concept. In general, young people are supposed to be the early adopters of new technologies and innovative services, but are they among the...
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In the face of an emerging and novel pandemic, perceptions of its danger and probability of being affected can influence how an individual take precautionary actions. We performed an exploratory study to examine how travellers perceive the risk-related to COVID-19 and how the outbreak has affected their commuting and non-commuting travel activities...
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Formulating a transport master plan for a regional city in a developing country can be a challenging task. Regional cities are often lacking financial resources or have limited expertise in the field of transport. Consequently, they are more likely to experience transport problems as they undergo expansion. The tradition of transport planning for r...
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The ageing of the population poses mobility-related challenges worldwide. The emergence of new transport services that utilise technological innovations allows for new, more convenient ways to provide demand-responsive transport services in areas with limited or no regular public transport service. The question is how the features of these new serv...
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The ageing of the population poses mobility-related challenges worldwide. The emergence of new transport services that utilise technological innovations allows for new, more convenient ways to provide demand-responsive transport services in areas with limited or no regular public transport service. The question is how the features of these new serv...
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A new age of mobility is upon us, and the way we analyze our transportation network and future development projects must move into this new age. Large-scale changes to our transportation system are coming with the introduction of disruptive technologies and services like autonomous vehicles, electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxis,...
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Given the innovative nature of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), various uncertainties are surrounding the possibilities for implementing MaaS. This includes uncertainties about alternative MaaS-system functionalities, about how the implementation of alternative MaaS systems might affect the overall transport system performance and about the preference...
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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is an innovative transport concept that combines a range of transport modes and services to provide a user-orientated service via a single interface. Since its emergence, MaaS has drawn increasing interest within and beyond the transport sector for its potential as an innovative and potentially effective solution to urb...
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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is an innovative transport concept that combines a range of transport modes and services to provide a user-orientated service via a single interface. Since its emergence, MaaS has drawn increasing interest within and beyond the transport sector for its potential as an innovative and potentially effective solution to urb...
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The prospects of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) as a potential solution for mobility has inspired a high level of interest from various transport sectors. Nevertheless, the concept is still in its early stage of development with limited evidence to support its anticipated benefits. Moreover, there are many uncertainties surrounding MaaS that may re...
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How can we plan for Mobility-as-a-Service given the uncertainties surrounding its implementation?
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--- Open Access http://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/article/view/931 --- Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a recent innovative transport concept, anticipated to induce significant changes in the current transport practices. However, there is ambiguity surrounding the concept; it is uncertain what are the core characteristics of MaaS and in w...
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The tradition of transport planning in Thailand began as recently as 1960 with the Greater Bangkok Plan, and the 1971 Bangkok Transportation Study. Since then the country has incrementally developed its transport planning practice. This paper provides a detailed description of Thailand's transport master plan for urban areas and its study process....
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352146517306579 This study reviews the perceptions of Chiang Mai city's transport decision makers in relation to the development of the local transport system. The objective is to gain an insight into their views of the city's transport problems, sustainability, and possible mitigations to solve th...
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Compared to cars motorcycles are potentially the more sustainable means of transport. Motorcycles need less space, consume fewer resources, and pollute less than cars with typically low occupancy. Thus, can the promotion of motorcycles potentially improve the sustainability of urban transport systems within an Asian context? The objective of this s...
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This paper presents experiences gained from the set up process of the Metropolitan Activity Relocation Simulator (MARS) model for Chiang Mai city in Thailand. MARS is an integrated strategic and dynamic land-use and transport model, which can evaluate urban transport and land use policies, in order to achieve sustainable development. The model was...
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This thesis addresses the challenge of developing and implementing sustainable transport policies to mitigate negative environmental impacts caused by rapid growth of urbanised city areas within Southeast Asia. The recent trend towards urbanisation in Southeast Asia has seen many cities grow at a phenomenal rate as people have moved away from rural...
Technical Report
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The Chiang Mai Mobility and Transport Survey (CM-MTS) is a travel survey carried out in 2011/12. The survey captured mobility data that represents 19,385 trips carried out by 6,189 persons in 2,319 households. It provides a comprehensive snapshot of the travel behaviour of the city's residents The survey stands out in its emphasis on capture non-mo...
Technical Report
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The Chiang Mai Mobility and Transport Survey (CM-MTS) is a travel survey carried out in 2011/12. The survey captured mobility data that represents 19,385 trips carried out by 6,189 persons in 2,319 households. It provides a comprehensive snapshot of the travel behaviour of the city's residents The survey stands out in its emphasis on capture non-mo...
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Presentation on Walkability index survey for Chiang Mai city
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This paper contains reviews and SWOT analysis of six city development concepts namely: Compact City, Eco and Sustainable City, Energy independent City, Green City, Healthy, Active City and, Smart City. A case study for each concept is included along with an illustration of the study area as the development concept is applied to it. The study shows...
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This paper is part of research paper series focusing on the parking organisation in urban environment. It reviews the off-street residential parking organisation practise in 6 cities around the world namely: Bangkok, Hong Kong, London, Singapore, Tokyo and Vienna. It contain a finding that the Minimum parking provision requirement which enforces de...
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Parking organisation is a sustainable transport measure. In this paper, the author examined the link between an element of parking organisation; parking standard and sustainability using Bangkok as a case study. The review of current Bangkok parking standard concluded that the standard should be revised. A study on the parking standard's effect on...

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In contributing to the development of smart cities, this research program will execute a series of integrated PhD and postdoc projects that will deliver (I) a new model system to predict the demand for hybrid public transport systems involving new demand responsive transport services that are flexible in route and schedule and organised through smart city mobile ICT platforms, (II) a set of models for the optimal design of such hybrid systems and the simulation of their performance, (III) an evaluation framework addressing institutional aspects of such innovations.