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Advances in Road Infrastructure and Mobility: Proceedings of the 18th International Road Federation World Meeting & Exhibition, Dubai 2021 (Sustainable Civil Infrastructures)

Editat de Amin Akhnoukh, Kamil Kaloush, Magid Elabyad, Brendan Halleman, Nihal Erian, Samuel Enmon II, Cherylyn Henry
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This volume focuses on recent advances in the planning, design, construction and management of new and existing roads with a particular focus on safety, sustainability and resilience. It discusses field experience through case studies and pilots presented by leading international subject-matter specialists. Chapters were selected from the 18th International Road Federation World Meeting & Exhibition, Dubai 2021.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030798000
ISBN-10: 3030798003
Ilustrații: XIV, 1240 p. 682 illus., 551 illus. in color. In 2 volumes, not available separately.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 1.81 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2022
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Sustainable Civil Infrastructures

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

1. ITS & Smart Mobility Technologies
1.1 Data & Information Technology
1.2 Signal and Signal Systems
1.3 Transportation Apps
1.4 Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
1.5 Response Planning
1.6 ITS in Public Transport
2. Equipping Roads for Autonomous Driving
2.1 Deployment scenarios for CAVs
2.2 City Street & Highway Design for CAVs
2.3 Advances in Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Communications
2.4 CAV Architecture & Standards
3. Highway Engineering & Construction
3.1 Geometrical Design
3.2 Emerging Design & Construction Technologies
3.3 Project Management Methods
3.4 BIM & digitalization applications for Roads
3.5 AI for Highway Design & Management
3.6 Innovation in stakeholder communications
3.7 Value Engineering
3.8 Hydraulics & Hydrology
4. Transportation Planning & Traffic Operations 
4.1 Planning & Forecasting
4.2 Transport and land use management
4.3 Advanced Travel Demand Management
4.4 Public Transport Programs
4.5 Freight Planning & Logistics
4.6 Rural road connectivity programs
4.7 Traffic Forecasting
4.8 First and last mile transport
5. Innovations in Road Materials
5.1 Long term Pavement Performance
5.2 Innovations in Concrete Materials
5.3 Innovations in Asphalt concrete
5.4 Fiber-reinforced polymers
5.5 Curing compounds
5.6 Nano-materials in road projects
5.7 Innovations in Quality Control
5.8 Signage & Markings
6. Bridges & Tunnels
6.1 Girder bridges with superior structural performance
6.2 Arch bridges, suspension, and cable-stayed bridges
6.3 New Technologies in Accelerated Bridge Construction
6.4 Advances in tunnelling construction
6.5 Tunnel program delivery
6.6 Safety in road tunnels
6.7 Urban and micro tunnelling
7. Environmental Management & Climate Resilience
7.1 Weather-resilient transport infrastructure
7.2 Natural Disaster Recovery
7.3 GHG reduction strategies in the transport sector
7.4 Energy-efficient Roads
7.5 Circular Economy / Recycled and waste materials
7.6 Noise avoidance & mitigation strategies
7.7 Alternative propulsion energies
7.8 Greening transport national strategies & case studies
8. Safe Roads by Design
8.1 Road Safety Leadership
8.2 Road Risk Diagnosis
8.3 Roadside Safety
8.4 Crash Forecasting & Investigation
8.5 Incident Management & Response Planning
8.6 Safety on Rural / Low-volume roads
8.7 Speed Management & Enforcement
8.8 Vulnerable Road Users
8.9 Vehicle Safety
8.10 Emerging Traffic Safety Issues
8.11 Security measures for the protection of infrastructure
8.12 National & local road safety programs
9. Asset Management & Maintenance
9.1 Pavement & Bridge management systems
9.2 Non-destructive testing
9.3 Life cycle cost analysis
9.4 Total cost of ownership
9.5 Maintenance, repair & replacement
9.6 Seasonal / Winter maintenance
9.7 New approaches to performance delivery
9.8 GIS Solutions for Road Management
10. Road Financing & Procurement
10.1 Road financing policy
10.2 Innovations in transport PPPs
10.3 Road Pricing for freight and passenger transport
10.4 Procurement Strategies
10.5 Electronic Road Tolling Solutions & Case Studies
11. Parking Strategies & Policies
11.1 Parking & Mobility Planning
11.2 E-Charging & Parking
11.3 Role of Parking in MaaS deployment
11.4 New technologies & business models
12. Transportation & Society
12.1 Roads and society
12.2 Quantifying the impacts of infrastructure investment
12.3 Social return on investment
12.4 Transport modes working together
12.5 Best practices in transport governance
12.6 Collaboration across borders
12.7 Gender in Transport
12.8 Accessible Transport (People of Determination)
12.9 Policies supporting non-motorized mobility
12.10 Managing Mobility in Megacities
12.11 Preparing the next generation of transportation engineers


Notă biografică

Dr. Amin Akhnoukh earned his B.Sc. of Civil Engineering from Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt (1997), M.S. of Civil Engineering from Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas (2005), and Ph.D. of Construction Engineering from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (2008). He has more than 7 years of industry experience and 15 years of academic work and research in Civil/Construction Engineering Materials. Dr. Akhnoukh is a NASA fellow and a fellow of the International Road Federation. Currently, Dr. Akhnoukh is an Associate Professor at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. He has more than 60 publications in the area of high-strength concrete, prestressed concrete, and girder bridge construction. 

Dr. Kamil Kaloush is a Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, affiliate faculty in the School of Sustainability, and Director of the National Center of Excellence on SMART Innovations. He is a registered Professional Engineer and has over 30 years of experience in pavement research and management services. His areas of expertise include pavement materials design, modification processes, thermal properties and urban heat island effect, advanced laboratory testing, field performance evaluation, and pavement management systems. 

Mr. Magid Elabyadhas been employed with the International Road Federation for the past 16 years. As the Vice President of International Programs, he oversees the IRF’s training programs and regional capacity building efforts around the world. He has been a member of IRF’s Asset Management committee for the past 8 years and IRF Committee for Alternative Finance & Procurement. Mr. Elabyad is also the program director for IRF’s long running Performance-based Contracting training program which has helped educate over 900 high level officials form over 40 countries in the past 10 years. He is also Director of IRF’s new PPP training program and a Certified Public Private Partnership Professional (CP3P). Mr. Elabyad conducted his undergraduate studies at George Mason University and has a master’s in Business Administration from Ohio University.

Mr. Brendan Hallemanis is a senior transportation specialist with analytical skills and program management experience gained through positions with the OECD's International Transport Forum, the International Road Federation and the World Bank. Since 2015, Brendan has been a regional IRF Vice President based in Brussels tasked with coordinating member services and the delivery of IRF programs throughout Europe and Central Asia in coordination with member-led technical and regional committees.

Mrs. Nihal Erian is the Founder and Managing Director of KemetPro, LLC, a company specializing in Project Management, Consulting and Training. Mrs. Erian has been working for years in the fields of organizational management and project management with Higher Education Institutions and the Construction Industry. Mrs. Erian has several publications in the field of Project Management. She received her master’s degree in Construction Management from the University of East Carolina and is a Project Management Professional (PMP).

Mr. Samuel Enmonis is a graduate of Arizona State University with an undergraduate degree in civil engineering and master’s program focused on transportation materials, specifically asphalt and concrete. He was formerly employed by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) as a Transportation Engineering Specialist overseeing construction inspection and as Pavement Analysis Supervisor, overseeing the data collection team for roadway condition. He is currently working as Program Manager in the Street Transportation Department at the City of Phoenix, Arizona, in the Advanced Pavement Maintenance Program (APMP). In addition to his City of Phoenix duties, Mr. Enmon is also theScientific Coordinator for the International Road Federation (IRF) and the Editor of the IRF Examiner.

Cherylyn Henry is a graduate of Arizona State University (ASU) with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering. Prior to attending ASU, she completed a Bachelor of Science in architectural studies and a Master of Architecture in the structural engineering program at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Cherylyn practiced bridge engineering with Structural Grace and T.Y. Lin International in Tempe prior to moving to North Carolina. She is currently a senior structural engineer with ZAPATA Group, Inc., focused on industrial and commercial building structures. Cherylyn also assists Scientific Coordinator Samuel Enmon in his duties for the International Road Federation (IRF).


Textul de pe ultima copertă

This volume focuses on recent advances in the planning, design, construction and management of new and existing roads with a particular focus on safety, sustainability and resilience. It discusses field experience through case studies and pilots presented by leading international subject-matter specialists. Chapters were selected from the 18th International Road Federation World Meeting & Exhibition, Dubai 2021.

Caracteristici

Offers a comprehensive overview of cutting edge road infrastructure & mobility topics
Provides insights into the application of research across different geographies, climates and traffic conditions
Showcases how advances in road infrastructure & mobility support the sustainable development agenda