Monthly Archives: March 2015

Transit-Oriented Development: does easy access to the railway station increase train use?

Author: Kees Maat and Christa Hubers Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Delft University of Technology Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is the strategy to urbanise around railway stations in order to increase train ridership. However, the success highly depends on … Continue reading

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Best-Worst Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Method

Author: Jafar Rezaei Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management Delft University of Technology Decision-making is part of our daily life. We have to choose. Choosing is difficult. For some decision-making problems, we have standard measures (or tools), for some we … Continue reading

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To wait or not to wait? 
Delay management at hub airports

It is nowadays common that when we fly somewhere we have to take multiple flights, connecting between flights at hub airports. These stops, although in some cases inevitable or even convenient, are always a cause of stress. In case of … Continue reading

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