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How can we solve congestion? How can we make transport more reliable? How do we reduce the environmental impact of transport and logistics?
How do we improve traffic and transportation safety? How do we deal with the transportation impacts of climate change? How do we make responsible use of novel development in technology to deal with these issues? By performing top scientific research and by educating world class transportation engineers, we aim to contribute to the creation of an efficient, sustainable and resilient transportation system.
Along the Leeghwaterstraat on TU Delft Campus masts are currently being erected to monitor bicycle and car traffic. This will turn this part of the campus into a living lab for research into the behavior of cyclists and autonomous driving. Scientists have long shied away from predicting cycling behaviour but now TU Delft is gearing up to change all that.
How does the crowd at an event move, when do people stop and how do you ensure that safety is not compromised? A large-scale experiment is being conducted at Delft University of Technology to gain a better understanding of the behaviour of pedestrians during busy events. The self-driving car is on its way. Or is it in fact already here? In the lab, automated driving experiments are being conducted under the supervision of Professors Bart van Arem and Dariu Gavrila.
What if you are a student or a tourist and you find yourself in a city you have not been to before? How do you go about finding your way? Do landmarks such bridges, churches and other characteristic buildings help? How feasible would it be to use driverless vehicles to transport children with multiple disabilities from day care centre Omega in IJburg Amsterdam to their new home some metres away?