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Next Wednesday afternoon’s CTS Seminar at Imperial College

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The Centre for Transport Studies is pleased to welcome


Professor Neil Hoose (CTS, Imperial College London)


to lead a seminar entitled


Some observations on highway journey time data


to be held

Wednesday 21 November 2012 – 16:00

Please join us for presentation and discussion at


Room 060, Skempton Building, Imperial College London

Maps and travel directions: http://<http://www.cts.cv.imperial.ac.uk/html/Miscellaneous/travelDirections.asp>www.cts.cv.imperial.ac.uk/html/Miscellaneous/travelDirections.asp<http://www.cts.cv.imperial.ac.uk/html/Miscellaneous/travelDirections.asp>

Abstract

Over past decade the amount of directly observed journey time data has increased markedly and a variety of feasible methods for that observation have been introduced. This seminar will present some observation on the nature of the distribution of journey times for routes traversed on motorways and trunk roads. The seminar will look at the characteristics of data obtained by different means and the implications for use of the data. Some more detailed observations will be made about the way journey times are distributed in different time windows and suggest the most effective parameters to select for characterising the performance of the traffic. Patterns in the distribution of these parameters will be presented and their potential usefulness discussed. Finally, ideas about significant traffic patterns can be identified will be discussed.

About the Speaker

Neil Hoose is a graduate Civil Engineer with an MSc in Transport and a Ph.D. in the application of computer vision techniques to transport. He is currently an independent consultant specialising in intelligent transport systems. Neil is a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Transport Studies and a Fellow of the Institution of Highways and Transportation. Neil’s experience has been built up over 20 years in Intelligent Transport Systems with particular experience in traffic monitoring technologies and traffic data systems.

Next CTS Seminar

Professor Tim Hazledine, (University of Auckland, New Zealand) will be leading a seminar titled “Agglomeration Benefits from Public Transit Improvements: implementing the Venables model” at Imperial College London on Wednesday 28 November @ 16:00

About the CTS Seminar Series
The CTS seminar series aims to facilitate discussion on current research topics in the transport field.  Seminars are held jointly with our colleagues in the Centre for Transport Studies at University College London. They are usually held on Wednesday afternoons at Imperial College London or University College London.

Seminars are free of charge and open to all interested parties. Booking is not required.

For further information: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
CTS home: www.imperial.ac.uk/cts<http://www.imperial.ac.uk/cts> (Imperial College London)
                   www.cege.ucl.ac.uk/cts<http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk/cts> (University College London)

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