An Evaluation of Future Traveller Information System and Its Effectiveness in Demand Management Schemes.

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  2. Dr Amy Guo
  3. Professor Phil Blythe
  4. Professor Patrick Olivier
  5. Hai Ha
Author(s)Guo AW, Blythe PT, Olivier P, Singh P, Ha HN
Editor(s)Saleh, W; Sammer, G
Publication type Book Chapter
Book TitleTravel Demand Management and Road User Pricing: Success, Failure and Feasibility
Series TitleTransport and society
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In this paper, a vision of future traveller information systems (FTIS) is envisioned as linking to pervasive computing technologies. A newly invented technique, immersive video, is applied to investigate user perceptions of the envisaged FTIS and the impact on individual travel choices. The design and development of immersive video are presented in detail. Initial results suggest that although the demand for such vision of FTIS could be high, other travel demand management schemes must be considered as a coordinating tool to significantly influence individual mode choices.
PublisherAshgate Publishing Ltd.
Place PublishedAldershot
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