AGILE 2024 - Detailed programme

AGILE 2024 Programme

Last update: Jun 3, 2024

A PDF version of the programme can be downloaded here.

The 27th AGILE Conference:

Geographic Information Science for a Sustainable Future

University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 4-7 June 2024

4 June


5 June


6 June


7 June


8:30 – 15:00                       Registration


9:00 – 11:00


W1, W2, W3, W4, W5

9:00 – 9:30



9:30 – 10:30

S1 Keynote:

Dr. Somayeh Dodge

9:00 – 10:00

S5 Keynote:

Dr. Rafael H. M. Pereira

8:30 – 9:30

S10 Keynote:

Dr. Alessia Calafiore

11:00 – 11:15

Coffee Break

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee Break

10:00 – 10:30

Coffee Break

(Poster session continued)

9:30 – 12:30


Best Paper Competition

& Closing

11:15 – 13:00


W1, W2, W3, W4, W5

11:00 – 12:30


S2a, S2b, S2c

10:30 – 12:00


S6a, S6b, S6c

12:30 – 12:40

Announcement of AGILE 2025 Conference

13:00 – 14:00


12:30 – 13:30


12:00 – 13:00


12:40 – 13:40


14:00 –16:00


W6, W7, W8, W9, W10

13:30 – 15:00


S3a, S3b, S3c

13:00 – 14:00


Plenary AGILE Annual Assembly

End of Conference

16:00 – 16:15

Coffee Break

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee Break

14:00 – 15:30

S8 Published Papers

S8a, S8b, S8c

16:15 – 18:00


W6, W7, W8, W9, W10

15:30 – 17:00


S4a, S4b, S4c

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

(Poster session continued)

17:00 – 17:30

Poster Lightening Talk

17:30 – 18:15 

Poster Session

16:00 – 18:00

S9 Tutorials

T1, T2

19:00 – 23:00

Icebreaker Reception

(Sponsored by ESRI)

18:30 – 19:30

Social Activities

(Campus tour, City centre tour, whisky taste) 

19:00 – 22:00

Conference Dinner




ARC 237A:

W1, W6

ARC Studio 2:

W4, W9

ARC 237B:

W2, W7

ARC Room 225:

W5, W10

ARC 237C:

W3, W8


Poster exhibition

SCW Room 201:

S1, S2a, S3a, S4a, S5, S6a, S7, T1, S8a, S10, S11

SCW Room 101:

S2b, S3b, S4b, S6b, T2, S8b

JWS Room 375:

S2с, S3с, S4c, S6с,S8с

Social Events


Icebreaker Reception

Òran Mór

Social Activities

Meet in front of SCW at 18:15 on Wednesday 5 June

Conference Dinner

The City Chambers (transport from/to University is included, see Day 3 for details)

Registration & Lunch

4 June: Exhibition Space@ARC; 5-7 June: Foyer@SCW


Day 1: Tuesday 4 June



8:30 – 15:00

Exhibition Space


9:00 – 13:00


(Coffee break)


(11:00 – 11:15)




@Room 237A

Mapping with communities: contemporary approaches and challenges

Diego Pajarito Grajales & Anne Schauss



@Room 237B

Education and training for a new generation of geospatial scientists

Justine Blanford



@Room 237C

Geoanalytics and spatial data science for eXtended Realities - The theoretical, practical, and impactful opportunities of eXtended Realities for the geoinformation sciences

Alexander Klippel



@Studio 2

Mapping Minds: Exploring the Intersection of Spatial Cognition, Computational Design, Neuroscience and Spatial Data Science

Jia Wang



@Room 225

FAIR Research Objects in GIScience

Carsten Keßler


13:00 – 14:00

Exhibition Space


14:00 – 18:00


(Coffee break)

(16:00 – 16:15)




@Room 237A

Current trends of Volunteered Geographic Information in National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (Organised by EuroSDR)

Juha Oksanen



@Room 237B

Knowledge mapping of people and publications

Rob Lemmens



@Room 237C

Humans in the City: Artificial Intelligence Research and Urban Environments

Ioannis Giannopoulos



@Studio 2

Modelling Space and Time with GAMS: spatially and temporally varying coefficient models and Spatial Decision Making in R

Lex Comber


(14:00 – 18:00)

@Room 225

Mapping with EuroRegionalMap Open Data and QGIS

Barend Köbben

Icebreaker Reception (Sponsored by ESRI)

19:00 – 23:00

@Òran Mór

Day 2: Wednesday 5 June


8:30 – 15:00



9:00 – 9:30

Room 201@SCW

S1 Keynote

9:30 – 10:30

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Sabine Timpf

Data-driven Movement Analysis for Understanding Human Behavior and Interaction in Changing Urban Environments

Dr. Somayeh Dodge

Coffee break

10:30 – 11:00


S2 Full/short Paper Sessions

11:00 – 12:30


S2a: GeoAI


Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Ana Basiri


Dynamic construction of visible knowledge graph based on 3D geographic scene for intelligent bridge management

Jun Zhu and Yukun Guo

Artificial intelligence for greater transparency in housing price estimation

Christian Mueller-Kett

Unveiling historical agroecological patterns through artificial intelligence (AI) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Cláudia M. Viana and Diogo Carvalho

Occupation Prediction with Multimodal Learning from Tweet Messages and Google Street View Images

Xinyi Liu, Bo Peng, Meiliu Wu, Mingshu Wang, Heng Cai and Qunying Huang

S2b: Remote sensing

Room 101@SCW

Session chair: Evelyn Uuemaa


Road Network Mapping from Multispectral Satellite Imagery: Leveraging Deep Learning and Spectral Bands (full paper)

Samuel Hollendonner, Negar Alinaghi and Ioannis Giannopoulos

Vector data cubes for features evolving in space and time

Lorena Abad, Martin Sudmanns and Daniel Hölbling

Water Body Detection Using and Comparison to Open Data - Assessing for Floating Photovoltaics

Franziska Hübl, Hannah Augustin, Martin Sudmanns, Dirk Tiede and Johannes Scholz

Estimating hyperlocal traffic CO2 by customizing spatial relationship: An analysis from Digital Footprint data

Ye Tian, Joao Porto de Albuquerque and Nick Bailey

S2c: GIS for a sustainable future 

Room 375@JWS

Session chair: Peter Mooney


Knowledge-Based Identification of Urban Green Spaces: Allotments (full paper)

Irada Ismayilova and Sabine Timpf


A Spacematrix and Clustering Approach to understanding the morphology of Singapore’s Housing Development Board (HDB) Estates

Cai Wu, Jiong Wang, Mingshu Wang and Menno-Jan Kraak


Patterns of (dis)agreement: revealing differences in perceived neighbourhood boundaries in Lisbon

Vicente Tang and Marco Painho


Using a hybrid semi-intergrated spatial allocation model to model future housing allocation

Bas van Bemmel, lrena Itova and Ismay Bax


12:30 – 13:30


S3 Full/short Paper Sessions

13:30 – 15:00


S3a: Movement analysis

Session chair: Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka

Room 201@SCW

The Impact of Traffic Lights on Modal Split and Route Choice: A use-case in Vienna (full paper)

Ioanna Gogousou, Manuela Canestrini, Negar Alinaghi, Dimitrios Michail and Ioannis Giannopoulos

Assessment of bicycle accessibility to mobility hubs under different criteria for cycling network quality

Lucas van der Meer, Christian Werner and Martin Loidl

The impact of transit catchment size on modeling the integration between shared e-scooters and public transport

Pengxiang Zhao, Aoyong Li and Ali Mansourian

Exploring User Semantic Annotation from Trajectories in the Scenario of Shared Locations

Jens Golze, Monika Sester, Udo Feuerhake and Claus Brenner

S3b: GeoAI and knowledge representation 

Room 101@SCW

Session chair: Carsten Kessler


A model-driven methodology for integrating heterogeneous 3D spatial urban entities (full paper)

Diego Vinasco-Alvarez, Clemetn Colin, John Samuel, Sylvie Servigne, Christophe Bortolasso and Gillese Gesquiere


GetFeedback!: Feedback-based Learning while Identifying a Caravan Site Location

Eva Nuhn, Laura Spang and Sabine Timpf


Measuring Geographic Diversity of Foundation Models with a Natural Language—based Geo-guessing Experiment on GPT-4

Zilong Liu and Krzysztof Janowicz, Kitty Currier, and Meilin Shi


A collaborative approach for the identification of thermal hotspots: from remote sensing data to urban planning interventions

Claire Gallacher, Susanne Benz, Denise Boehnke and Mathias Jehling

S3c: GIS for a sustainable future 

Room 375@JWS

Session chair: Marco Painho


A gamified platform to encourage sustainable behaviours (full paper)

Manuel Soares, Teresa Romão and Armanda Rodrigues

Mapping the development of green in gardens over time: is your neighbour’s garden really greener?

Lynn Bouwknegt, Eric Koomen and Jan Rouwendal

Construction of a walkability quality dataset in GIS: the case study of Berlin 

Federica Gaglione

Use of iNaturalist Biodiversity Contribution Data for Modelling Travel Distances to Parks Across the United States

Jiping Cao and Hartwig H Hochmair

Coffee break

15:00 – 15:30


S4 Full/short Paper Sessions

15:30 – 17:00


S4a: Spatial data and processing

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Sabine Timpf


Process Analysis in Humanitarian Voluntary Geographic Information: the case of the HOT Tasking Manager (full paper)

Dagoberto José Herrera-Murillo, Héctor Ochoa-Ortiz, Umair Ahmed, Franciso Javier López-Pellicer, Barbara Re, Andrea Polini and Javier Nogueras-Iso

Data Quality of OpenStreetMap data for Industrial Sites in the Arctic

Daniel Kwakye, Sabrina Marx, Benjamin Herfort, Moritz Langer and Sven Lautenbach

EyeCatchingMaps, a Dataset to Assess Saliency Models on Maps

Laura Wenclik and Guillaume Touya

Lessons from spatial transcriptomics and computational geography in mapping the transcriptome

Alexis Comber, Rachel Queen, Eleftherios Zormpas and Simon Cockell

S4b: Spatial analysis and statistics

Room 101@SCW

Session chair: Ana Cristina Costa


Random Data Distribution for Efficient Parallel Point Cloud Processing (full paper)

Balthasar Teuscher and Martin Werner

Multilevel Geographical Process Models (MGPMs): A Novel Framework for Modeling Individual- and Multi-Level Spatial Process Heterogeneity

Sui Zhang and Ziqi Li

The Challenges of Line Buffers

Šimon Leitgeb

Smoothing the Ride: A Surface Roughness-Centric Approach to Bicycle Routing

Pablo S. Löw and Jukka M. Krisp

S4c: Semantics


Room 375@JWS

Session chair: Simon Scheider


Towards Semantic Enrichment of Earth Observation Data: The LEODS Framework (full paper)

Daniela F. Milon-Flores, Camille Bernard, Jérôme Gensel, Gregory Giuliani and Bruno Chatenoux

Locality and Transferability: Examining Pre-built Lexicons to Elicit Landscape Values from Natural Language

Inhye Kong and Ross Stuart Purves

Land Evaluation Configuration using Answer Set Programming

Mina Karamesouti and Etienne Tignon

Comparative Evaluation of Keyphrase Extraction Tools and Ontology Enrichment for Semantic Representation of Climate Change Scientific Reports

Eirini Katsadaki and Margarita Kokla

Poster lightening talk

Session chair: Juha Oksanen

17:00 – 18:00

Room 201@SCW

Social Activities (Campus tour/City centre tour/whisky taste)

18:30 – 19:30

Day 3: Thursday 6 June


8:30 – 15:00


S5 Keynote

9:00 – 10:30

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Mingshu Wang

Spatial Data Science for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities

Dr. Rafael H. M. Pereira

Coffee break

10:00 – 10:30


S6 Full/short Paper Sessions

10:30 – 12:00


S6a: GIS education, tools, and datasets


Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Fernando Benitez


OER4SDI: Open Educational Resources for Spatial Data Infrastructures (full paper)

Carsten Keßler, Albert Remke, Henryk Hodam, Fabian Przybylak and Andreas Rienow

Development of a tool to calculate distance for veterinary epidemiological applications

Mirco Cazzaro, Francesca Scolamacchia, Paolo Mulatti and Nicola Ferrè

Educating for Open and Reproducible Research: Lessons from a Geospatial MSc program

Frank Ostermann

DGGSTools: An Open Source Python Package for the Manipulation of Vector and Raster Datasets in the rHEALPix Discrete Global Grid System

 Sergio Martin-Segura, Rubén Béjar and F. Javier Zarazaga-Soria

S6b: GeoVisualization

Room 101@SCW

Session chair: Auriol Degbelo


Explore maps as you read a comic book (full paper)

Bérénice Le Mao and Guillaume Touya

UV printed tactile maps of historic parks

Jakub Wabiński, Andrzej Araszkiewicz, Albina Mościcka, Emilia Śmiechowska-Petrovskij and Damian Kiliszek

Combination of Augmented Reality and 3D Geographic Information: A User perspective towards Feature-Based Augmented Reality

Te-Lun Huang and Jong-Hong Hong

A methodological inquiry for anchoring pan-scalar maps

Maïeul Gruget, Quentin Potié and Guillaume Touya

S6c: Social media and VGI

Room 375@JWS

Session chair: Henrikki Tenkanen


Evaluating geotemporal behaviours in OpenStreetMap contributors (full paper)

Guy Solomon, Dominick Sutton, Merve Polat Kayali, Xinyi Yuan, Zoe Gardner and Ana Basiri

Multimodal Geo-Information Extraction from Social Media for Supporting Decision-Making in Disaster Management

David Hanny and Bernd Resch

Linking social media with hedonic house prices to identify neighbourhood change

Alexis Comber, Minh Kieu, Bui Quang Thanh and Nick Malleson

Constructing Spatio-temporal Disaster Knowledge Graph from Social Media

Yen-Ching Liu and Chiao-Ling Kuo


12:00 – 13:00


S7 Plenary AGILE Annual Assembly

13:00 – 14:00

Room 201@SCW

S8 Short/Published Paper Sessions

14:00 – 15:30


S8a: Movement and road network

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Carmen Cabrera-Arnau


Spatio-temporal Spread of Disruptions in Interconnected Supply Networks (short paper)

Matthias Winter and Johannes Scholz

Graph convolutional networks for street network analysis with a case study of urban polycentricity in Chinese cities

Ding Ma, Fangning He, Yang Yue, Renzhong Guo, Tianhong Zhao and Mingshu Wang

Modeling Activity Spaces using Big Geo-Data: Progress and Challenges

Yihong Yuan and Xu Yang

Measuring spatial inequality of urban park accessibility and utilisation: A case study of public housing developments in Auckland, New Zealand

Jessie Colbert, I-Ting Chuang and Katarzyna Sila-Nowicka

Identifying tourism attractiveness based on intra-destination tourist behaviour: evidence from Wi-Fi data

Luning Li, Zixuan Pei, Qiang Li, Fengxin Hao, Xiang Chen and Jin Chen

S8b: Remote and social sensing 

Room 101@SCW

Session chair: Carlos Granell


A data-driven approach to estimate travel-related carbon emissions with high spatial and temporal granularity (short paper)

Henrikki Tenkanen, Ngoc Chau and Subhrasankha Dey

Seasonal dynamics of fallow and cropping lands in the broadacre cropping region of Australia

Zunyi Xie, Yan Zhao and Andries Potgieter

Mapping local-scale working population and daytime population densities using points-of-interest and nighttime light satellite imageries

Yeran Sun, Jing Xie and Yu Wang

Assessing the socio-demographic representativeness of mobile phone application data

Michael Sinclair, Saeed Maadi, Qunshan Zhao, Jinyun Hong, Andrea Ghermandi and Nick Bailey

The Synthetic Population Catalyst Toolkit

Fernando Benitez-Paez, Hadrien Salat, Dustin Carlino, Daniel Arribas-Bel, Mark Birkin and Anna Zanchetta

Supervised Versus Semi-Supervised Urban Functional Area Prediction: Uncertainty, Robustness and Sensitivity

Rui Deng, Yanning Guan, Danlu Cai, Tao Yang, Klaus Fraedrich, Chunyan Zhang, Jiakui Tang, Zhouwei Liao, Zhishou Wei and Shan Guo

Identifying Hard-to-Decarbonize houses from multi-source data in Cambridge, UK

Maoran Sun and Ronita Bardhan

S8c: Spatial analysis and applications

Room 375@JWS

Session chair: Lex Comber


The Spatiotemporal Patterns of Community Vulnerability in the U.S. Mobile Bay from 2000–2020

Hemal Dey, Wanyun Shao, Shufen Pan and Hanqin Tian

How does the choice of DEMs affect catchment hydrological modeling?

Desalew Meseret Moges, Evelyn Uuemaa, Alexander Kmoch, Holger Virro, Raj Cibin, A.N. Rohith, Carmelo Conesa-García and Alberto Martínez-Salvador

Mapping Small Watercourses from DEMs with Deep Learning—Exploring the Causes of False Predictions

Christian Koski, Pyry Kettunen, Justus Poutanen, Lingli Zhu and Juha Oksanen

Geoinformatics approach to classifying landslide hazard in The Hantana Mountain and its vicinity in Sri Lanka

Ashvin Wickramasooriya and Sathya Dilini

Multiscale analysis of the influence of street built environment on crime occurrence using street-view images

Zhanjun He

How do people perceive driving risks in small towns? A case study in Central Texas

Xiao Li, Greg Rybarczyk, Wei Li, Muhammad Usman, Jiahe Bian, Andong Chen and Xinyue Ye

How Semi-Urbanisation Drives Expansion of Rural Construction Land in China: A Rural-Urban Interaction Perspective

Yang Wang, Chengchao Zuo and Mengke Zhu

Location Optimization of Emergency Medical Services: Considering Joint Service Coverage of Ambulances and Emergency Centers

Weicong Luo

Coffee break

15:30 – 16:00


S9 Tutorials

16:00 – 18:00



Room 201@SCW

Open data and methods for assessing active mobility options: Routing in the context of bikeability and walkability

Adam Rousell and Christian Werner


Room 101@SCW

Spatial modelling and interpretability with Random Forest

Holger Virro

Conference dinner

19:00 – 22:00

@The City Chambers

Two coaches will wait on University Ave., near the main gate, and will leave at 6:30 PM. The same coaches will wait outside the City Chambers at 10:00 PM and take the participants back to the University.    

Day 4: Friday 7 June

S10 Keynote

8:30 – 9:30

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Rob Lemmens


Urban Data Science for Sustainable Mobility Transitions

Dr. Alessia Calafiore

S11 Best paper competition 

9:30 – 12:30

Room 201@SCW

Session chair: Rob Lemmens

Best full paper competition


FreeMapRetrieve: Freehand Gestures for Retrieve Operations in Large-Screen Map Environments

Jonas Hurst, Auriol Degbelo and Christian Kray

Developing a city-specific walkability index through a participatory approach

Matias Cardoso, Vasileios Milias and Maurice Harteveld

Enhancing toponym identification: Leveraging Topo-BERT and open-source data to differentiate between toponyms and extract spatial relationships

Joseph Shingleton and Ana Basiri

Best short paper competition


Geolocating Bees by Translating the Waggle Dance into Spatial Coordinates

Sylvain Galopin, Guillaume Touya and Freddie-Jeanne Richard

Studying the spatial structure of urban heat exposure in Berlin utilising Moran drop plots and seismograms

René Westerholt and Florian Klopfer

A software tool for generating synthetic spatial data for GIS-classroom usage

Patrick Gorry and Peter Mooney

Announcement of AGILE 2025

12:30 – 12:40

Room 201@SCW


12:40 – 13:40


End of Conference

Presentation time
Full papers: 30 min (20 min presentation + 10 min Q&A)
Short papers: 20 min (15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A)
Published papers: 10 min (8 min presentation + 2 min Q&A)


Assessing 3-Dimensional Air Pollution Distribution in the Zhunan-Miaoli Area, Taiwan Using a Hybrid Spatial Model

Jun-Jun Su, Chia-Wei Hsu, Yinq-Rong Chern and Chih-Da Wu

3-D Hybrid Spatial Modeling for PM1.0 Air Pollution Assessment: A Case Study of the Zhunan-Miaoli Area, Taiwan

Chia-Wei Hsu, Yinq-Rong Chern, Jun-Jun Su, Candera Wijaya, Yu-Cheng Chen, Shih-Chun Lung, Ta-Chih Hsiao, Tee-Ann Teo, Yi-Liang Shih and Chih-Da Wu

Uncovering the global and local structures of urban networks via Poincaré Embedding

Zhaoya Gong, Chenglong Wang and Bin Liu

Spectral indices in RAPS images captured with the Mapir Survey3 multispectral camera, case of Villapinzón – Colombia

Erika Upegui and Karol Chicuazuque

Implementation and assessment of Ikonos satellite image fusion with Deep Covolutional Neural Networks, PCA and Gram-Schmidt using Matlab

Javier Medina, Ivan Carrillo and Erika Upegui

An adaptive road width approach for multiscale visualization of high-density road networks based on unstructured raster data

Yilang Shen, Yiqing Zhang, Wanyue Dai, Yang Chen and Jinyu Deng

Migratory Geomagnetic Navigation to Stopovers, Breeding and Wintering Grounds

Ali Moayedi, Jed Long, Andrea Kölzsch and Urska Demsar

Thriving Cities. Assessing socio-ecological urban structures and subjective well-being in the 15 Minute City. The case of Utrecht, Netherlands.

Nohemi Ramirez Aranda, Alexander Wandl and Birgit Hausleitner

Assessing Hospital Capacity and Patient Demand Across London: A Spatial Analysis

Sijie Tan and Yijing Li

Navigating Heat Stress: Integrating heat stress modelling and routing to assist citizens and planners

Christina Ludwig, Johannes Fürle, Kathrin Foshag, Sven Lautenbach, Adam Rousell and Alexander Zipf

Energy Vulnerability in England and Wales: A Spatial Temporal Analysis Using A Composite Indicator.

Cameron Ward, Caitlin Robinson, Alex Singleton and Francisco Rowe

Using computer vision with pre-existing crowdsourced data for low-cost transport data collection in LMICs

Giles Lipscombe and Mark Dimond

Digital and physical accessibility to essential services and opportunities: how far are people living in Estonia at risk of social exclusion?

Alessandro Giordano and Patrizia Sulis

Identifying the appropriate spatial resolution using local indicators of spatial association

Nicholas Hamm

Participatory AI validation within the IDEAMAPS Data Ecosystem

Diego Fabian Pajarito Grajales, Andrew Clarke and Grant Tregonning

Where England’s Cities Are Growing: Evidence from Big Building Footprint Data

Xinyi Yuan, Ziqi Li and Mingshu Wang

GeoEducation in Collaborative Immersive Virtual environment

Hana Svedova, Katerina Jochecova, Ondrej Kvarda, Zdenek Stachon, Cenek Sasinka and Pavel Ugwitz

The Impact of Perspective and Cultural Variations on Navigational Skills within Immersive Virtual Reality Environments

Ondřej Kvarda, Zdeněk Stachoň, Čeněk Šašinka and Jiří Čeněk

HexMapper: A sketch map tool to capture 'wide-view' domains of spatial perception and knowledge

Mariana Vallejo Velázquez and Ourania Kounadi

Deriving mobility insights from Mobile App Data: A Comparative Study on Distance Thresholds for Stay Detection

Varun Raturi and Faraz Malik Awan

Travel Mode Detection: Harnessing the Power of Mobile Phone Apps Data through Machine Learning

Faraz Malik Awan and Varun Raturi

Quantifying Agricultural Land Use Changes from 1995 to 2018 through Intensity Analysis

Cláudia M. Viana, Diogo Carvalho and Jorge Rocha

A Comparative Study on the Visualization Strategies of Spatio-Temporal Phenomena

Yu-Wen Chiu and Jung-Hong Hong

Landsat Time Series Analysis towards a Settlement Typology for Mankweng and Environs (South Africa) in Support of Scaling Coproduced Knowledge

Felipe Vásquez Tavera, Deepthi Patric and Gertrud Schaab

Spatio-temporal Interpolation and Analysis of Annual Mean Temperature of Germany (1995 – 2021)

Kamal Shahi, Yeshey Samdrup, Yohannes Abrha Mulaw, Ana Cristina Costa and Marco Painho

AccessUK, an open-source tool for integrating spatial accessibility with R

J Rafael Verduzco-Torres

Should We Convert One-Way to Two-Way Streets? The impact on travelled distance and modal split

Manuela Canestrini, Ioanna Gogousou, Negar Alinaghi, Dimitrios Michail and Ioannis Giannopoulos

Conceptualising a co-operative densification dashboard

Bénédicte Bucher, Mouhamadou Ndim, Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond, Juste Raimbault, Julien Perret, Sebastian Dembski and Mathias Jehling


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