Otto Anker Nielsen

Otto Anker Nielsen

Professor/Head of Division

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Technical University of Denmark

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2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2019
 

A Bilevel Multi-Objective Road Pricing Model Considering Land-Use Effects

Zhong, Shaopeng ; Jiang, Yu ; Wang, Zhong ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
Presented at:
24th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for transportation studies

Type: Conference abstract for conference (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019

 

A Closed Form Railway Line Delay Propagation Model

Harrod, Steven ; Cerreto, Fabrizio ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
in: Transportation Research. Part C: Emerging Technologies, vol: 102, pages: 189-209

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trc.2019.02.022

 

A disaggregate freight transport chain choice model for Europe

Jensen, Anders Fjendbo ; Thorhauge, Mikkel ; de Jong, Gerard ; Rich, Jeppe ; Dekker, Thijs ; Johnson, Daniel ; Ojeda Cabral, Manuel ; Bates, John ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
in: Transportation Research. Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, vol: 121, pages: 43-62

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tre.2018.10.004

 

Existence, relatedness and growth needs as mediators between mode choice and travel satisfaction: evidence from Denmark

Ingvardson, Jesper Bláfoss ; Kaplan, Sigal ; de Abreu e Silva, João ; di Ciommo, Floridea ; Shiftan, Yoram ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
in: Transportation

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Accepted/In press     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-018-9886-3

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Factors driving the adoption of mobility-management travel app: a bayesian structural equation modelling analysis

Mehdizadeh Dastjerdi, Aliasghar ; Kaplan, Sigal ; de Abreu e Silva, João ; Nielsen, Otto Anker ; Pereira, Francisco Camara
part of: Proceedings of the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2019
Presented at:
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 98th Annual Meeting

Type: Article in proceedings (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019

 

Fast or forced to follow: A speed heterogeneous approach to congested multi-lane bicycle traffic simulation

Paulsen, Mads ; Rasmussen, Thomas Kjær ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
in: Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, vol: 127, pages: 72-98

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trb.2019.07.002

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Førerløs og digital mobilitet som en effektiv fornyer – Bedre byer og let tilgængelige landområder

Agerholm, Niels ; Nielsen, Otto Anker ; Jespersen, Per Homann

Type: Report (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019

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Optimal planning of Transfer Instracture in a Multimodal Transport Network: Bi-level Modeling and Paradoxes

Ye, Jiao ; Jiang, Yu ; Chen, Jun ; Nielsen, Otto Anker ; Liu, Zhiyuan
Presented at:
3rd International Symposium on Multimodal Transportation

Type: Conference abstract for conference (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019

 

Participating in environmental loyalty program with a real-time multimodal travel app: User needs, environmental and privacy motivators

Mehdizadeh Dastjerdi, Aliasghar ; Kaplan, Sigal ; de Abreu e Silva, Joao ; Nielsen, Otto Anker ; Pereira, Francisco Camara
in: Transportation Research. Part D: Transport & Environment, vol: 67, pages: 223-243

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2018.11.013

 

The relationship between norms, satisfaction and public transport use: A comparison across six European cities us-ing structural equation modelling

Ingvardson, Jesper Bláfoss ; Nielsen, Otto Anker
in: Transportation Research. Part A: Policy & Practice, vol: 126, pages: 37-57

Type: Journal article (Peer reviewed)

Status: Published     |    Year: 2019     |    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2019.05.016