京都大学桂キャンパス Cクラスター C1-312（C1棟会議室3）
講師： Prof. Tomer Toledo, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), Israel
題目： Real -time control for transit systems with transfers
Abstract: We report on research to develop a real-time simulation-based control framework that attempts to coordinate the eperations of multiple transit lines simultaneously to allow smoother transfers and to maintain service regularity. The control actions, which include holding and change speed, are set as the solution of an optimization problem with the objective to minimize total passengers' time in the system within a prediction horizon. The prediction horizon is defined by a number of downstream stops and subsequent buses. The predictions made include the arrival and departure times of vehicles at downstream stops and the passenger demands they are expected to serve. The model is demonstrated with a simulation-based case study of three lines of the BRT system in Haifa, Israel. The results show the system's potential to reduce the total passengers' time.
Bio: Dr. Tomer Toledo is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of civil and Environmental Engineering and the Head of the Transportation Research Institute at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. His research interests are in the areas of driver behavior, traffic modeling and simulation, intelligent transportation system and transportation network analysis. He is an Research Part C and Transportation Research Record.