WHAT'S GOING ON
To provide knowledge base, and possible capacity development, to make an informed appraisal of the impacts micromobility using agent-based platform
To analyse the on-the-ground performance of automated bus on a rural road setting
The SmartHubs project examines whether a co-designed, user-centric development can enable mobility hubs to act as a game changer towards inclusive sustainable urban mobility and accessibility.
How people would adopt a new type of travel alternatives, how their acceptance would be influenced by their egoistic and altruism traits, and how the trade-offs between alternatives have taken place?
This work focuses on how the individual time-use changes overtime and how the dynamic time-space prims influence individual decisions and well-being overtime.
This work focuses on exploring one's travel behaviours and choices, his/her cognitive loads and different complexity of road interactions.
Would automation really allow the drivers to do something else whilst travelling?
This project aims to understand why some rural DRT services are success and why others are not, and whether the current services can be improved via automation and digitalisation solutions