TECHNICAL PAPERS. 1975 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERSONAL RAPID TRANSIT. VOLUMES I AND II
The following papers are contained in these two volumes: Role of New Technology in Urban Transportation: An Historical Perspective, A. Kornhauser and L.B. Wilson; Research and Development in the Field of Urban Transportation in the Federal Republic or Germany from the Viewpoint of the Government, H. Zemlin; Public Transportation Service Quality - Some Program Alternatives, L.A. Goldmuntz; The Morgantown PRT Alternatives Analysis Study: An Application of an Evaluation Technique, D.R. Miller; Practical Solutions for the Financing and Construction of P.R.T. Systems, R. MacDonald; Guideway Transit for Southern California: A Policy Analysis, J.R. Lawson et al; The Development of a Model for Analysis of the Cost Effectiveness of Alternative Transit Systems, J.E. Anderson; A Scenario-Specific Methodology for the Evaluation of Personal Rapid Transit Alternatives and Network Designs, S.C. Iverson; A Rationale for Automated Personal and Group Transit Development, R.K. Lay; Performance Limits of Automated Steering Controllers, S.E. Shladover; An Analysis of Merge Control for the Automated Transportation System, M. Sakasita; Analysis and Simulation of Automated Vehicle Stations, R.E. Johnson et al; Automated Guideway Ground Transportation Network Simulation, C. Toye; Normal and Emergency Control of Automated Vehicles at Short Headways, in Particular the Development, Testing and Dynamic Simulation of the Cabin Taxi System, R. Hesse; The Influence of the Size and Number of Vehicles on the Performance and Service Quality of Group Rapid Transit Systems, G. Bahm; An Evaluation of Group Rapid Transit, B.M. Ford et al; Development and Evaluation of Service Policies for Medium Headway Automated Rapid Transit Systems, K. Thangavelu; Operation Issues in Small Vehicle Automated Guideway Systems, P.A. Anderson and J.H. Pejsa; Vehicle Management on Large PRT Networks, J.H. Irving et al; Systems Management Analysis of Large AGT Networks, M.S. Ross and A.D. Melgaard; PRT in the Land-Use Environment: The Implied Changes, A. Kornhauser and C.E. Philip; Using New Transit Technology to Shape Suburban Growth, J.M. Lutin; The Psychological Impact of Personal Rapid Transit, P.B. Everett; The Place of "Autotram" in a Modern British Transportation Planning Mechanism, C.J. Longley; Application of Computer-Drawn Motion Pictures for Demonstration of Urban Transportation Concepts, E.S. Joline and J.C. Hayward; Visual and Environmental Effects of Minitram Guideways, W. Russell; The Design of Elevated Guideways and Stations for Minitram in Sheffield, M. Bayer and W. Grimwade; Operating the Ford Act System in a Snow and Ice Environment, B.K. Barrowcliff; Cost and Performance Relationships for Rubber Tired Automated System Design, J. Putukian; The Cost Aspects of Elevated Guideway Design, E. Prestegaard; The History of Minitram in Sheffield, W.T. Bordass; Design and Application of the Siemens/Duwag - H-Bahm, F. Frederich; Cabinentaxi: Technical Level, Market Situation and Targets, K. Becker; CVS (Computer-Controlled Vehicle Systems), T. Ishi et al; Crashworthiness and Crash Survivability for Personal Rapid Transit Vehicles, W.L. Garrard et al; Review of Automobile Crashworthiness Experiments with Respect to PRT Systems, P.M. Miller and N.E. Shoemaker; Safety Estimates for Urban Transit Systems, D. Morag and T.J. McGean; Safety and Reliability of Automated Urban Transportation Systems, K. Heinrich; Some Reliability, Dependability and Safety Considerations for High-Capacity PRT Systems, C.L. Olson et al; Service Dependability Evaluation and Design Considerations for Automated Transit Systems, A.F. Ems et al; and Network Dynamics in a Large Personal Rapid Transit System Failure, R.M. Wade.
- Conference was held September 16-19, 1975, Denver, Colorado.
University of Minnesota, MinneapolisContinuing Education and Extension Service
Minneapolis, MN USA 55455
University of Colorado, DenverCenter for Urban Transportation Studies, 1100 14th Street
Denver, CO USA 80202
- Publication Date: 1975-9
- Features: Figures; References; Tables;
- Pagination: 938 p.
- TRT Terms: Automated vehicle control; Cost effectiveness; Finance; Guideways; Headways; Level of service; Mathematical models; Personal rapid transit; Reliability; Safety; Simulation; Transportation; Transportation planning; Urban transportation
- Uncontrolled Terms: Transportation models
- Old TRIS Terms: Automated transit system
- Subject Areas: Finance; Operations and Traffic Management; Planning and Forecasting; Safety and Human Factors; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00130654
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 29 1982 12:00AM