Structure and Simulation Evaluation of an Integrated Real-Time Rescheduling System for Railway Networks

@article{Lthi2009StructureAS,
  title={Structure and Simulation Evaluation of an Integrated Real-Time Rescheduling System for Railway Networks},
  author={Marco L{\"u}thi and Giorgio Medeossi and Andrew Nash},
  journal={Networks and Spatial Economics},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={103-121}
}
  • Marco Lüthi, Giorgio Medeossi, Andrew Nash
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering
  • Networks and Spatial Economics
  • A critical problem faced by railways is how to increase capacity without investing heavily in infrastructure and impacting on schedule reliability. One way of increasing capacity is to reduce the buffer time added to timetables. Buffer time is used to reduce the impact of train delays on overall network reliability. While reducing buffer times can increase capacity, it also means that small delays to a single train can propagate quickly through the system causing knock-on delays to trains… CONTINUE READING

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