I RUTA CICLISTA INTERUNIVERSITARIA

Para celebrar la Semana Europea de La Movilidad de este año (16-22 de septiembre de 2022), el Ayuntamiento de Pozuelo de Alarcón-Metro Ligero Oeste, la Universidad Francisco Vitoria y el Consorcio de la Ciudad Universitaria (Universidad Complutense, Universidad Politécnica y Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia de Madrid), organizaron la I Ruta Ciclista Interuniversitaria. Se trata de una ruta de…

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Data-driven analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on Madrid’s public transport during each phase of the pandemic

This research was carried out and written by Rubén Fernández Pozo, Mark Richard Wilby , Juan José Vinagre Díaz , Ana Belén Rodríguez González from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Abstract COVID-19 has become a major global issue with large social-economic and health impacts, which led toimportant changes in people's behavior. One of these…

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Conferencia ECOMM Turku 2022

TRANSyT ha participado en la conferencia ECOMM Turku 2022 (European Conference on Mobility Management) que se celebró del 31 de mayo al 2 de junio en la ciudad finlandesa de Turku, con varias ponencias sobre cómo potenciar una movilidad urbana sostenible, a través de la multimodalidad, estrategias como BiciMAD y plataformas de Movilidad como Servicio MaaS. En una sesión sobre innovación en los sistemas…

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The city turned off: Urban Dynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic based on mobile phone data

Applied Geography (ELSEVIER) published this article in July 28, 2021, written by Gustavo Romanillos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Juan Carlos García Palomares (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Borja Moya Gomez (Transyt research group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Javier Gutiérrez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Javier Torres (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Mario López (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Oliva G.Cantú-Ros (Nommon Solutions and Technologies)…

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Impact of COVID-19 on Public and Private Mobility in Fuenlabrada

This research was carried out and written by Ana Belén Rodríguez González, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Rubén Fernández Pozo from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 has dramatically struck each section of our society: health, employment, economy and mobility. This analysis quantifies the impact that the preventive lock-down measures…

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Insights into the Impact of Covid-19 on Madrid’s Public Transport: Analysis of Demand and Influence of Socioeconomic Factors

This research was carried out and written by Rubén Fernández Pozo, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Ana Belén Rodríguez González from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 is changing the travel behavior and disrupting the public transport demand throughout the world. We present a data-driven analysis of the impact of…

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Mobility Restrictions and E-Commerce: Holistic Balance in Madrid Centre during COVID-19 Lockdown

Economies (MDPI) published this article in April 13, 2021, written by Rafael Villa (Camilo José Cela University) and Andrés Monzón (Transyt research group).   Abstract COVID-19 has brought about a substantial change in urban mobility, as well as an unprecedented increase in e-commerce throughout the world due to the emergence of new ways of shopping and consumption habits. In this…

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Post-COVID-19 travel behaviour patterns: impact on the willingness to pay of users of public transport and shared mobility services in Spain

European Transport Research Review (Springer) published this article in March 10, 2021, written by Samir Awad-Núñez (Universidad europea), Raky Julio (Transyt research group), Juan Gomez (Transyt research group), Borja Moya-Gómez (Transyt research group) and Julián Sastre González (Instituto de movilidad) Abstract Background The COVID-19 crisis has meant a significant change in the lifestyle of millions of people worldwide. With a…

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Integrating pedestrian-habitat models and network kernel density estimations to measure street pedestrian suitability

Abstract Pedestrian-oriented urban designs are sustainable from a mobility perspective, and could therefore be used to improve urban environments. This study proposes an analogy between the ecological idea of habitat and the pedestrian urban environment and introduces the concept of “pedestrian habitat quality”. We present a methodology based on this concept to measure pedestrian habitat suitability in an urban street…

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