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ETH Zurich
Dr. Monica Menendez
Institute for Transport Planning and Systems (IVT)
HIL F 37.2
StefanoFransciniPlatz 5
8093 Zurich
Tel: +41 44 633 66 95
Fax: +41 44 633 10 57
System dynamics of urban traffic based on its parkingrelatedstates
Sampling dependent parameters in traffic simulation models with Gaussian copula
Methodology for generating extreme traffic demand patterns with optimization techniques
A Network Safety Management (NSM) tool for improving traffic safety in Zurich
A signal control strategy using connected vehicles and loop detector information
Analysis on parking policies considering the effects of searchingforparking on the general traffic performance
Generalized effects of onstreet parking maneuvers on the performance of nearby signalized intersections
Analysis of space allocation strategies between buses and cars with the multimodal MFD
Analysis of the Network Exit Functions for Different Urban Grid Network Configurations
Effects of Multimodal Operations on Urban Roadways
Providing Bus Priority Using Adaptive Presignals
Providing Bus Priority Using Adaptive Presignals
Artificial immune systems for bus priority problem
Experimenting with dynamic speed limits on freeways
Generalized effects of onstreet parking maneuvers on the performance of nearby signalized intersections
Analysis of the 3DvMFDs of the Urban Networks of Zurich and San Francisco
A transit signal priority algorithm under connected vehicle environment
Freeway Lab
Intermodal capacity of links, segments, and networks
Dynamic properties of grid urban networks
An analytical approach for modelling tolled bus lanes
Traffic demand pattern generation for a grid network based on experiment design
Effect of Onstreet Parking on Traffic Throughput at Nearby Intersections
Evaluation of Presignals at Oversaturated Signalized Intersections
Effects of traffic conditions on safety of urban networks
Comparison of Traffic Performance in Finite Grids with Different Configurations
Effects of PreSignals at an Isolated Intersection: Simulation Results
From theory to practice II
Macroscopic modelling of parking dynamics in urban networks (Part I)
Onstreet parking and its effects on nearby intersections
Analyzing the shape of the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram on grid urban networks for urban planning purposes
Sensitivity analysis
Comparison of traffic performance in finite grids with different configurations: analytical versus simulated approach
An Analytical Approach for Modeling Tolled Bus Lanes
Capacity of multimodal nonsignalized urban intersections
Bilevel optimization process to estimate OD matrices in a small network in Zurich
The future of mobility
The effects of presignals at an isolated intersection: Simulation results
Macroscopic modelling of parking dynamics in urban networks
Speed and Capacity
An Examination of MFD Hysteresis Patterns for Hierarchical Urban Street Networks Using MicroSimulation
Study of urban grid configurations
Empirical Evaluation of Bus and Car Delays at Presignals
Empirical Evaluation of Bus and Car Delays at Presignals
A Simulation Study for the Static Early Merge and Late Merge Controls at Freeway Work Zones
A Simulation Study of the CartoX Communication Based Freeway Merge Control
Study of urban grid configurations
An improved approach for the sensitivity analysis of computationally expensive microscopic traffic models
Using TimeBased Metrics to Compare Crash Risk Across Modes and Locations
Methodology for evaluating cost and accuracy of parking patrol surveys
QuasiOTEE versus Krigingbased approach for the sensitivity analysis of computationally expensive traffic simulation models
Overview of research in transportation
An improved approach for the sensitivity analysis of computationally expensive microscopic traffic models
Onstreet parking near intersections
Onstreet parking near the intersections
Traffic performance impacts of link removal on a grid urban pattern
Challenges for Better Understanding and Simulating Urban Traffic: The Zurich Experience
Link removal on a grid street network
Macroscopic traffic controls in the city of Zürich
Controlling Traffic in Zurich
I Can Start a Research Group, Now What?
Study of traffic management strategies in the Zürich area
Studying the feasibility of a MFD control in Zürich
Sensitivity Analysis of a Microscopic Traffic Model
A Simulation Study of the CartoX Communication Based Merge Traffic Control in Freeway Work Zone
Using VISSIM to model traffic in the city of Zürich
Link removal on a grid street network
Accuracy Study of Parking Duration Data from Patrol Survey
Sensitivity analysis for calibrating VISSIM in Modeling the Zurich Network
Developing Behavioral Models of Licensed Motor Carriers
Visionary Mobility
Urban Structure and Traffic Performance
Differentiated Congestion Pricing of Urban Transportation Networks with VehicleTracking Technologies
Quality of traffic Information
Methodology for evaluating cost and accuracy of parking patrol surveys
Macroscopic modeling of traffic in congested cities
ZurichLAB
Sensitivity Analysis for Calibrating VISSIM in Modeling the Zurich Network
Relationship between mean and variance of travel time in networks
Modeling the Zurich traffic network
Accuracy study of parking duration data from patrol survey
Lanechanges and their effects on freeway weaving bottlenecks
Sensitivity analysis in calibration of traffic microscopic models
Analysis and calibration of VISSIM
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