EASTS – New publications and Call for contributions

EASTS – New publications and Call for contributions
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Marion Hoyez
CODATU
Chargée de Coopération - Inde
Partner News Saturday 7 November 2015

This is a CODATU Partner news

EASTS (Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies) 

have three announcements:

 

(1) Publication of Asian Transport Studies [ONLINE ISSN: 2185-5560] (Vol. 3, No. 4)

It has been published on the following URL: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/eastsats. Asian Transport Studies (ATS) is an international journal published under the supervision of EASTS. ATS aims at providing useful insights into solving Asia-specific transport-related issues from both theoretical and practical perspectives. It treats all types of transport modes and all issues in transport sector.

(2) Publication of ATS Vol. 4 – No. 1 & 2 – respectively in March and September 2016 [Vol.4, No. 1]

  • Title: An Analysis of Metro Manila MRT-3 Passengers’ Perception of Their Commuting Experience and Its Effects Using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)- Authors: Andra Charis MIJARES, Mio SUZUKI, Tetsuo YAI
  • Title: Time Use of Urban Poor and Rural Poor on Activity and Travel in Gujarat, India: Similarities and Differences. Authors: Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Arnab JANA, Ronita BARDHAN, Akimasa FUJIWARA
  • Title: Road Network Evaluation from Reliability Perspective: An Accessibility and Network Closure Vulnerability Approach. Authors: Ramesh POKHAREL, Hitoshi IEDA
  • Title: State of the Art of Paratransit Literatures in Asian Developing Countries Authors: Veng Kheang PHUN, Tetsuo YAI
  • Title: Disentangling the Young Adults’ Residential Relocation Choice in Japan. Authors: Yubing XIONG, Junyi ZHANG
  • Title: Multi-Agent Simulation for Promoting Clean Energy Vehicle Considering with Concern for Environment and Local Interaction. Authors: Masashi OKUSHIMA
  • Title: Comparison of Activity Type Identification from Mobile Phone GPS Data Using Various Machine Learning Methods. Authors: Lei GONG, Toshiyuki YAMAMOTO, Takayuki MORIKAWA
  • Title: Exploring Self-Containment of Discretionary Activities in an Aging Newtown of Japan Based on a Destination Choice Model with Social Network Effects. Authors: Thi Anh Hong NGUYEN, Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Hajime SEYA, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Junyi ZHANG
  • Title: A Similarity-based Self-evolutionary Model for Railway Arrival Forecasting. Authors: Tsung-Hsien TSAI
  • Title: Impact Assessment Model of International Transportation Infrastructure Development: Focusing on Trade and Freight Traffic in Central Asia. Authors: Satoshi TANABE, Ryuichi SHIBASAKI, Hironori KATO
  • Title: Analysis of Vulnerability in Multinational Retailing Delivery Service System: A Case Study of FamilyMart and Circle K. Authors: Yu-Kai HUANG, Cheng-Min FENG
  • Title: Failure of Transit-Oriented Development from a Perspective of Quality of Life in Bangkok. Authors: Kazuki NAKAMURA, Fumei GU, Vasinee WASUNTARASOOK, Varameth VICHIENSAN, Yoshitsugu HAYASHI
  • Title: Evaluation of Inter-Regional Transportation Network Considering Multi-Mode Route Alternatives. Authors: Takuya WATANABE, Munenori SHIBATA, Takamasa SUZUKI
  • Title: Short-Notice Bus-Based Evacuation under Dynamic Demand Conditions. Authors: Asif Nawaz QAZI, Kazuaki OKUBO, Hisashi KUBOTA
  • Title: Life Cycle Cost Estimation for Building, Operating, and Maintaining High-Speed Rail with Optimized Technical Options. Authors: Etienne Le MAOUT, Hironori KATO
  • Title: Analysis of Critical Gap based on Pedestrian Behaviour at Unprotected Mid-block Crosswalks. Authors: B Raghuram KADALI, Vedagiri PERUMAL
  • Title: A Simulation Study on Sustainable Market Design for Short-trip Rideshare Based on Bipartite Matching in Village Community. Authors: Hirofumi YOTSUTSUJI, Kuniaki SASAKI, Mitsuho MARUYAMA [Vol.4, No. 2]
  • Title: Dynamic Journey Time Estimation in Stochastic Road Networks with Uncertainty. Authors: Qiong TANG, Xingang LI, William H.K. LAM, H.W. HO
  • Title: An Analysis of Partially Signalized Roundabout using SIDRA6 Software. Authors: Hong Ki AN, Wen Long YUE, Branko STAZIC
  • Title: Automatic Traffic Incident Detection Algorithm for Both Rain and No-Rain Conditions. Authors: William H.K. LAM, Mei Lam TAM, Xiangmin LI
  • Title: Development and Validation of a Roundabout Entry Capacity Model Considering Pedestrians under Japanese Conditions. Authors: Nan KANG, Nobuto KANBE, Hideki NAKAMURA, Shinji ODAKA
  • Title: System Partition of Urban Arterials Based on Bandwidth Maximization. Authors: Xiaojun TANG, Fengmin LAN, Shengchuan ZHAO, Lihui ZHANG
  • Title: Traffic Characteristics of Mixed Traffic Flow in Urban Arterials. Authors: K. I. WONG, Tzu-Chang LEE, Yen-Yu CHEN
  • Title: A Factor Analysis of the Traffic Accident Frequency by Type in Japanese Major Road Sections. Authors: Kazuki WATANABE, Hideki NAKAMURA
  • Title: Development of a Driving Risk Model based on Speed Choice: A Case Study for Evaluating Safety Effects of In-Vehicle Traffic Warning Information. Authors: Wonchul KIM, Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA
  • Title: Estimation of PET and Threshold Wait Time for Pedestrians on Busy Urban Corridor in Heterogeneous Traffic Environment: An Experience in Kolkata. Authors: Anush Konayakanahalli CHANDRAPPA, Kinjal BHATTACHARYYA, Bhargab MAITRA
  • Title: Analysis of Factors Affecting the Severity of Motorcycle Casualties in Phnom Penh Using Bayesian Approach. Authors: Sam Ath SARM, Kunnawee KANITPONG
  • Title: Drivers’ travel information styles and adaptation behaviors to dynamic travel information about accidents on expressways. Authors: Ying JIANG, Junyi ZHANG
  • Title: A Study of Metro Manila’s Public Transportation Sector By Implementing A Multimodal Public Transportation Route Planner. Authors: Chelcie NARBONETA, Kardi TEKNOMO

(3) Call for contributions to ATS (Asian Transport Studies)

  • ATS Volume 4 Issue 3 (publication in March 2017): « Built environment and transportation in Asian megacities »
  • ATS Volume 4 Issue 4 (publication in September 2017): « Advancement in traffic safety studies: From theory to practice »

For more details, please refer to: http://www.easts.info/publications/ats.html.

If you have any questions, please contact EASTS at the following address: [email protected].

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EASTS

EASTS was founded in November 1994 as a result of the meeting among the transport experts coming from 13 countries/regions in eastern Asia. The significant meeting of experts happened in Kawana in Izu, Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan.

This is an umbrella organization of transportation science societies with the primary objectives of fostering and supporting excellence in transportation research and practice and to stimulate professional interchange in all aspects and modes of transportation.

The member domestic societies are in Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and New Zealand.