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Title: Il progetto CITYMOBIL Il Dimostrativo di Roma
Tutor: Filippi, Francesco
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2011
Abstract: The potential in urban environments of innovative public transport systems based on automation is being investigated within the CityMobil project (2006-2011). The Rome demonstration is implementing a cybernetic transport system (CTS) to connect the new fair with the car park. For this, a demand study has been carried out with a view to assessing the attitudes of the users towards innovative and conventional systems. A stated preference survey has been designed based on two questionnaires: one for the choice between foot and CTS, one for the choice between foot and a minibus. The responses to the two questionnaires have been pooled and a logit model has been calibrated using the joint maximum likelihood. The results are indicative of the relative preference of the users for innovation, as the demand for CTS is higher than the demand for minibus, the scenario and level-of-service attributes being the same. The hypothesis of heterogeneity across individuals of the attitude towards innovation is tested using a mixed logit formulation. Finally, the variation of preferences with the characteristics of the users, including gender, age and education, is explored.
Research interests: Transport system planning and design, sustainable mobility in urban area, road safety and road design, sustainable transport system
Skills short description: Gabriele Giustiniani is an Environmental engineer and Ph.D. in Transport Systems since 2010. He has been collaborating with DICEA (Department of Civil Engineering, Building and Environment) and then CTL since 2004, where he has been involved in transport and road safety related projects at national and European level. He has taken part to MIRACLES, SAFETYNET, CITYMOBIL, SAFERBRAIN, NAVIKI , DACOTA and GreenEMOTION European research projects. Within SAFETYNET he coordinated in-depth data collection in Italy, including the investigator team training (261 road accidents were investigated on-the spot between 2006 and 2008). Within CITYMOBIL project coordinated the activity of the Rome Demo aiming at implementing and open to public a Cybernetic Transport System. One of its main fields of work is related to innovative transport system with particular attention to planning and certifications issues.
Personal skills keywords: Management of research International and National projects
planning and certification of driverless Transport system
econometric demand models
road safety audits
in depth investigation

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