Modeling of multimodal transportation systems of large networks

Abstract : The objective of this work consists on the modeling of traffic flow of a large multimodaltransportation network. The work is organized in two parts: a theoretical study part anda development part. The theoretical study emphasizes on how a multimodal network canbe model and how its performance in terms of supply can be optimized. To do so, threemain studies are discussed: the traffic flow prediction and regulation on large surface net-works, the vehicular multimodality in big surface networks taking into account new forms ofmobility, and finally the impact of the information on the cost of the itineraries. The devel-opment part consists on the conception of a traffic flow simulator to regulate the vehicularmultimodal traffic. The developed simulator should assist transport operators and territorialcommunities in their traffic flow management strategies
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Kwami Sossoe. Modeling of multimodal transportation systems of large networks. Automatic Control Engineering. Université Paris-Est, 2017. English. ⟨NNT : 2017PESC1196⟩. ⟨tel-01748442⟩

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