The 19th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory (ISTTT) will be hosted by the University of California, Berkeley from July 18 to July 20, 2011. The venue will be the Claremont Hotel located near the campus.
The ISTTT series is the premier gathering for the world's leading transportation and traffic theorists, and for those who are interested in contributing to or gaining a deeper understanding of the field.
The symposium covers both scientific and operational aspects of transportation and traffic, spanning all modes of transport, including freight as well as private and public transport.
Electronic Version of the 19th ISTTT Proceedings
Papers published in the ISTTT19 Proceedings are available for download.
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We thank the following institutions for their generous support of this 19th symposium.
- US National Science Foundation
- University of California Transportation Center
- Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley
- US Federal Highway Administration
NEW! We are pleased to announce an FHWA-sponsored workshop:
Modeling Needs for Active Transportation & Demand Management (ATDM)
The symposium is expected to cover many aspects of transportation and traffic science, including:
• Traffic flow theories and their implications
• Traffic management and control
• Dynamics of transport phenomena, especially when coupled with observation
• Intelligent transport systems
• Travel behavior processes and demand modeling
• Vehicular interactions in mixed-mode traffic
• Congestion pricing and other policies
• Scheduled modes (public transport, air networks): system planning, service design and operations
• Pedestrian and crowd modeling
• Transport safety
• Network model formulations
• Routing and scheduling in transportation systems
• Freight transport modeling and logistics
• Terminal design and operation
The draft Program Agenda (PDF) lists papers and authors.
Please check back for updates as we get closer to the conference.
The editors of Transportation Research, Parts A-F, have agreed to publish papers accepted for this symposium. Thus, all symposium papers will be published in the Transportation Research series (unless an author opts out, of course).
In addition, all symposium papers will be published - both in a book version of the proceedings and online - by Elsevier. The online version will appear in "Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences," which is part of the Scopus database of citations and abstracts.
Please contact us if you have questions.
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ISTTT19 TRAVEL and VISITOR INFORMATION
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