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BOOKS SERIES "LIBRARY OF THE TRAFFIC ENGINEER"

One of the first successes of the Association of Traffic Engineers was the publication of books on the principles and methods of traffic modeling combined under the same "Library of the traffic engineer" series. On the part of readers and professional audience, we received a great response and the demand for such publications, which served as the development of both the series itself and the forms of publications.

 

All publications are distributed free of charge during the seminars, conferences, exhibitions, in which representatives of the Association of Traffic Engineers participate.

 

Priority in obtaining new books is provided to the Association members and authors. The remaining copies are distributed at events in which representatives of the Association participate, as well as sent by mail to the professional and target audience.

Subject review of the Association No.5:

Mathematical methods of traffic flows modelling

Subject Review

Authors team:

Candidate of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics, Associate professor of the “Applied Mathematics” Department at the Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University V.V. Kurz, D. S. Mazurin, V.S. Pecherskiy, Candidate of Sciences in Economics A.V. Prokhorov

Edited by: A.I. Solodkiy, A.V. Prokhorov

Saint -Petersburg, 2019

Association of Transport Engineers has released the fifth Subject Review dedicated to the analysis of mathematical methods applied in transport, passenger and freight flows modelling.

Review also summarized the most comprehensive and applicable (well-founded) approaches to demand for infrastructure objects forecast. This Review will be of practical value for infrastructure development projects appraisal and viability assessment.

The Subject Review is targeted at a wide audience.

Bus stops and public transport hubs design

Practical guidance

Translated by: A. Radchenko, P.Kuzin, D. Lutov, M. Isupova

Edited by: V. Valdin

Moscow- Prague, 2019

This book is a translation of the Czech edition “Standard zastávek” that draws together important issues of transport hubs and public transport stops seen in the case of Prague and the Central Bohemian Region. PID stations design standard compiled in the book contains description of standards, suggestions on its add-ins providing better quality stops for the passengers, and also description of the public transport stations development principles.

Contents:

  • PID stations standards;

  • Quality bus stations and transport hubs;

  • Trams and bus stations;

  • Bus and trams terminus;

  • Electric train route stops and stations;

  • Transport hubs;

  • Stations and hubs equipment;

  • Property- legal elements of stops and transport hubs organization.

Collection of papers “Transport planning and modelling” 2018

Scientific Publication

Edited by: S.V. Zhankaziev

Moscow, 2018

The Collection of Papers was published following the results of the III International applied science conference “Transport Planning and Modelling. Digital future of traffic management”, that was held on May 24-25 in Moscow.

The volume contains edited scientific articles of the conference participants included in the Russian Science Citation Index- database of Russian scientists’ scientific papers.

Main topics of the reports:

  • Transport planning;

  • Transport modelling;

  • Law, regulations and technical standards of transport planning and modelling;

  • Intelligent transport systems;

  • Traffic flows management;

  • Urban passenger transport;

  • Operation of transport systems;

  • Human resourcing.

Authors of the articles and the Association members can download the soft copy of the collection of papers

Urban passenger transport systems design

Academic publication

Authors: A.E. Gorev, D.T. Ospanov

Saint-Petersburg, 2018

The book examines the issues connected with urban passenger transport systems development. It also describes the patterns of urban development, population distribution and mobility trends. There is also provided the short description of urban transport systems. Authors give recommendations on the urban passenger transport systems development and public transport management. An example of public transport network development is given in the Anneх.

The book is targeted for the higher education students of transport disciplines and can be suggested for study in the framework of comprehensive management development program for the urban passenger transport staff.

Subject review of the Association No.4:

Research methods of the population mobility

Subject Review

Authors team:

R.R. Gizatullin, O.A. Demchuk, Candidate of Sciences in Economics V.P. Morozov, honored worker of the transport industry of the Russian Federation, honored worker of the road industry of Russia, PhD in Economics A.I. Solodkiy, Y.A. Surnin

Saint-Petersburg, 2018

Association of transport Engineers has released the fourth Subject Review dedicated to the Russian and foreign expertise in population mobility research.

The Review presents comprehensive theoretical approaches to mobility research, overview of its history, research methods. Foreign expertise in population mobility survey and recent studies of Russian experts (including previously unpublished in open sources) are described in more detail.

                 

The Subject Review is targeted at a wide audience.

Developing Sustainable Urban Land Use and Transport Strategies.

A Decision Maker’s Guidebook.

Practical guidance

Translated by I. Burenkova

Edited by V. Donchenko

St. Petersburg, 2018 

This book is a translation of the Guidebook based on the research "PROSPECTS". In the course of this research, the practice of decision-making in the cities of Europe was studied. The research was held within the framework of the European Commission's program "The City of the Future and the Cultural Heritage". Within the research surveys were conducted in 60 cities, the results of which are presented in this paper.

The guidebook is published to assist decision makers in the field of urban land use and transport in various European cities, including politicians, professional advisors, stakeholders and citizens.

Subject review of the Association No.3:

MaaS: the era of new mobility

Subject review

Collaborative writing team:

E. Andreeva, Ph.D. in Economics, V. Morozov, honored worker of transport of the Russian Federation, honored road worker of Russia, D.Sc. Economics A. Solodky

St. Petersburg, 2018 

The Association of Traffic Engineers has prepared the third Subject review devoted to the topic of MaaS - mobility as a service.

This issue presents information on the evolution of transport, digital technologies and the needs of people in movement. It describes new types of mobility, possible ways of their development and potential implementation difficulties. The review is based primarily on foreign experience: the United States, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, and Finland, where the problem of the overabundance of personal cars in cities surfaced earlier than in Russia. However, recently in Moscow new trends have started to gain popularity: bike sharing and car sharing, which are also discussed in the review.

In conclusion, the issue presents the results of a mini-survey conducted by ATE with to reveal the readiness of the population to use MaaS services.

Subject review of the Association No.2:

Adaptive Traffic Control Systems and Road Controllers

Subject review

Collaborative writing team:

E. Andreeva, E. Belkova, R. Dushkin, A. Zharkov, E. Kurochkin, N. Levin, Ph.D. in Economics V. Morozov

St. Petersburg, 2017 

The Association of Traffic Engineers has prepared the second Subject review, which is a composition of materials on automated traffic control systems (ATCS).

This issue presents a historical background on the development of traffic light regulation, the classification of methods and modes of traffic management. The main attention is paid to the control systems of the upper level and the applied traffic controllers.

This subject review is intended for a wide range of readers who are not experts in automated traffic control systems. It is designed to broaden the horizons of experts occupying related industries (traffic engineers, road design engineers, etc.), students and simply interested persons.

In addition, the subject review is an invitation to further discussion of the ATCS, primarily the capabilities of modern control systems and controllers produced by various manufacturers. We invite suppliers of such systems to the site on the Association's website to present their equipment and control systems, to discuss their characteristics, exchange opinions and ideas for development. In our opinion, it will be useful to everyone: for suppliers it is an additional advertisement of their products; for specialists, it is an opportunity to get acquainted with modern equipment and systems in one place; for potential customers (clients), this platform will allow to quickly find the necessary solutions and suppliers, to voice their problems to the professional community.

Collected works "Traffic planning and modeling" 2017

Scientific publication

Editorial board: A. Gorev, A. Solodky, E. Shesterov

St. Petersburg, 2017 

The collected works were released following the results of the second International Scientific and Practical Conference "Traffic Planning and Modeling", which took place on May 24 and 25, 2017 in St. Petersburg.

The collection contains articles of conference participants in the author's edition, which are included in the Russian Science Citation Index - a database of scientific publications of Russian scientists.

 

The main topics of the reports are:

  • Traffic planning

  • Modeling of transport systems

  • Intelligent transport systems

  • Organization of traffic

  • Urban passenger transport

  • Operation of transport systems

  • Normative-legal and normative-technical support of traffic planning and modeling.

  • Human resourcing.

Subject review of the Association No.1:

Perspective Mobility and Future Cars

Subject review

Collaborative writing team:

E. Andreeva, S. Zhankaziev, V. Morozov, A. Solodky

St. Petersburg, 2017 

The Association of Traffic Engineers prepared the first Subject review, which is a collection of relevant, in the opinion of the authors, information on a certain topic. Such issues will be published on a regular basis, covering the most interesting topics and the latest developments in the transport sector.

The first issue contains information on the development of autonomous car projects from around the world, their impact on the infrastructure of cities, the consciousness of people and the development of Internet technologies. The main attention was paid to the study of this issue in countries that are pioneers in the research field: the United States, Great Britain, Singapore, the Netherlands, and Finland.

Collected works "Traffic planning and modeling" 2016

Scientific publication

Editorial board: A. Gorev, A. Solodky, E. Shesterov

St. Petersburg, 2016 

The collected works were released following the results of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Traffic Planning and Modeling", which took place on May 25 and 26, 2016 in St. Petersburg.

The collection contains articles of conference participants in the author's edition, which are included in the Russian Science Citation Index - a database of scientific publications of Russian scientists.

The main topics of the reports are:

  • Modeling of transport systems

  • Traffic planning and traffic flow management

  • Optimization of the line network of urban passenger transport

  • Application of traffic modeling technologies for traffic management

  • Creation of traffic planning centers

  • Regulatory and technical support for traffic planning and modeling

  • Expertise of scientific works and projects on traffic modeling

  • Formation of human resources.

Guidance to the Use of Transport Models in Transport Planning and Project Appraisal

Practical guidance

Translated by Y. Botvinyeva 

Edited by A. Gorev, V. Shvetsov

St. Petersburg, 2016 

The guide is aimed at representatives of federal, regional and local public authorities, consulting and public organizations, whose competence is in the planning and management of regional and urban transport, as well as experts involved in the study of traffic flows and traffic modeling.

The guide was prepared on the basis of the materials "JASPERS. Appraisal Guidance (Transport) The Appraisal August 2014" and supplemented with materials and comments by participants of the Association of Traffic Engineers and examples of A+S (LLC A+S Transproject).

The book is a practical guide for the preparation, content and quality of the necessary initial data for the development of traffic models, the development of the project's terms of reference and the assessment of the final results of traffic modeling for customers and project implementers.

Basics of Traffic Modeling

Practical guidance

Authors: A. Gorev, C. Böttger, A, Prokhorov, R. Gizatullin

St. Petersburg, 2015 

The work deals with a set of issues related to the use of traffic modeling in the planning and management of the transport system. The main attention is paid to the role of traffic modeling in transport planning and the study of traffic flows.

All stages of traffic modeling are consistently considered, including the modeling of the traffic supply, the calculation of correspondence matrices, and distribution of trips over the network, model calibration and traffic forecast.

The practical material of the work is focused on the use of the PTV Visum software package, which is an extensive, flexible system for traffic planning.

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