Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context: An application of exploratory modeling

J. W G M Van Der Pas, Buyung Agusdinata, W. E. Walker, V. A W J Marchau

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Abstract

Each year traffic in Europe claims more than 40,000 fatalities, of which one third are due to inappropriate speed. This makes increasing traffic safety and reducing speeding important policy objectives for public policymakers. A possible measure to help achieve these objectives is implementing Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA), an in-vehicle device that assists a driver in maintaining the appropriate speed. Past research in this field focuses on estimating ISA's safety benefits, as well as the impact of ISA on other criteria, such as emissions, throughput, and travel time. Coming up with a robust policy, however, also requires insights into the trade-offs the various stakeholders make with respect to these criteria. In this paper, we show how exploratory modeling in a multi-criteria multi-stakeholder context can support developing robust policies for implementing ISA.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008
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StatePublished - 2008
Externally publishedYes
Event2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008 - Rotterdam, Netherlands
Duration: Nov 10 2008Nov 12 2008

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Other2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008
CountryNetherlands
CityRotterdam
Period11/10/0811/12/08

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Van Der Pas, J. W. G. M., Agusdinata, B., Walker, W. E., & Marchau, V. A. W. J. (2008). Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context: An application of exploratory modeling. In 2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008 [5439652] https://doi.org/10.1109/INFRA.2008.5439652

Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context : An application of exploratory modeling. / Van Der Pas, J. W G M; Agusdinata, Buyung; Walker, W. E.; Marchau, V. A W J.

2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008. 2008. 5439652.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Van Der Pas, JWGM, Agusdinata, B, Walker, WE & Marchau, VAWJ 2008, Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context: An application of exploratory modeling. in 2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008., 5439652, 2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 11/10/08. https://doi.org/10.1109/INFRA.2008.5439652
Van Der Pas JWGM, Agusdinata B, Walker WE, Marchau VAWJ. Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context: An application of exploratory modeling. In 2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008. 2008. 5439652 https://doi.org/10.1109/INFRA.2008.5439652
Van Der Pas, J. W G M ; Agusdinata, Buyung ; Walker, W. E. ; Marchau, V. A W J. / Developing robust intelligent speed Adaptation policies within a multi-stakeholder context : An application of exploratory modeling. 2008 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services: Building Networks for a Brighter Future, INFRA 2008. 2008.
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