Special Issue "Traffic Engineering and Rural Development"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2022.
Interests: road design; road safety; methods of assessing traffic performance; identification of traffic processes with their modeling; microsiumulation
Interests: traffic safety; surrogate measures of safety; autonomous vehicles
Interests: road infrastructure design; road safety; road asset management; public transport; work zones; road restraint systems
Interests: highway design; highway safety; ADAS; drivers’ behaviour investigations by driving simulator and instrumented vehicles experiments
The special issue will present the state of art in the traffic engineering field on rural and suburban roads as well as the development of road surrounding. Activities in the field of road traffic engineering, including road traffic analysis and research, big data, new transport modes, as well as the practical application of traffic knowledge in planning and designing road infrastructure have an impact on the development of rural and suburban areas. On the other hand, the development of these areas influences traffic performance and road safety. The articles should describe the research and analysis of the impact of traffic on the development of the surroundings of roads with various functions in terms of traffic performance, safety, and environmental impact, as well as the impact of development factors on traffic.
Topics of interest include:
- traffic measurements and data analysis;
- traffic modeling, simulation models;
- the impact of road and traffic factors on traffic performance;
- road safety assessment for segments, intersections and interchanges;
- human factor in traffic engineering;
- pedestrian and bicycle traffic and infrastructure in rural and suburban areas;
- Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), traffic control and management on rural and suburban roads;
- the impact of new means of transport (electric and autonomous vehicles, personal transport devices) on traffic performance, safety, and environment;
- the impact of the road surroundings on traffic performance and safety;
- the impact of traffic on environment, fuel consumption, and emissions and environmental protection;
- new proactive techiniques for the safety evaluation of road element (Surrogate Safety Measures);
- road asset management.
Dr. Mariusz Kiec
Dr. Attila Borsos
Dr. Marcin Budzyński
Dr. Francesco Galante
Manuscript Submission Information
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- traffic engineering
- traffic modelling