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The detection of cracks is a crucial task in monitoring structural health and ensuring structural safety. The manual process of crack detection is time-consuming and subjective to the inspectors. Several researchers have tried tackling this problem using traditional Image Processing or learning-based techniques. However, their scope of work is limi...
Transit agencies have been removing a large number of bus stops, but discussions around the bus stop spacings exhibit a lack of clarity and data for comparison. This paper proposes new terminology and concepts for statistical consideration of stop spacings, and introduces a python package and open-source database which uses General Transit Feed Spe...
The traffic dynamics are expected to change with the widespread utilization of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Currently, simulation tools are adopted to capture the impacts of ADAS technologies on traffic dynamics. Real-world data collection of different ADAS technologies is required to support realistic modeling of these technologies i...
For tolling in urban areas, the measured elasticity of demand with respect to money cost is much larger when tolls are introduced than when tolls are raised. This paper names this phenomenon “Large Elasticity at Introduction” (LEI). It has been observed in four of five cities with urban tolls: London, Singapore, Stockholm and Gothenburg. After desc...
Autonomous vehicle (AV) technology is rapidly developing and is predicted to have a significant impact on travel. One application of AV technology is Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAV), where a single AV is shared amongst several users. SAV may prove to be more cost-effective than ownership of personal vehicles. This could imply an increasing demand...