• Published 1998

1 OPTIMAL SCHEDULING OF CONNECTIONS IN RAILWAY SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Goverde19981OS,
  title={1 OPTIMAL SCHEDULING OF CONNECTIONS IN RAILWAY SYSTEMS},
  author={Rob M. P. Goverde},
  year={1998}
}
Complex railway networks typically consist of widely diffused OD-pairs by which it is impossible to provide direct trips only. Therefore, passengers often have to change trains at transfer stations. Guaranteeing scheduled connections is complicated by delays during operation. To improve and maintain the quality of transfers requires optimal scheduling and control of connections at transfer stations. For this, feeder and distributing lines are identified that have to be synchronized to give good… CONTINUE READING

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