International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability

International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability

Save the Date and Call for Papers

July 22-23, 2010 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota


The aim of the International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR) is to bring together researchers and professionals interested in transportation network reliability to discuss both recent research and future directions in this increasingly important field of research. The scope of the symposium includes all aspects of analysis and design to improve network reliability, including:
• user perception of unreliability
• public policy and reliability of travel times
• the valuation of reliability
• the economics of reliability
• network reliability modelling and estimation
• transport network robustness
• reliability of public transportation
• travel behaviour under uncertainty
• vehicle routing and scheduling under uncertainty
• risk evaluation and management for transportation networks
• ITS to improve network reliability

Submission of Papers
Papers will be categorized and ranked by peer reviewers. Theoretical, empirical, case-study, and policy-oriented contributions are welcome. Papers must be submitted electronically at www.instr.org byDecember 23, 2009 for consideration.


Key Dates
• Papers Due: December 23, 2009
• Papers selected and submitted: January 2010
• Final Papers Due (subject to acceptance): February 2010
• Early Registration Deadline: June 1, 2010
• Conference: July 22-23, 2010

More Information

Visit the INSTR Web site at http://www.instr.org

David Levinson
RP Braun/CTS Chair in Transportation
University of Minnesota
dlevinson@umn.edu


Sara Van Essendelft
Conference Coordinator
University of Minnesota
612-624-3708
cceconf5@umn.edu

The conference is hosted by the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Minnesota.

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