Institute of Highway Engineering and Transport Planning (2090)

  • 8010

    Rechbauerstraße 12 Graz

    Austria

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Profile Information

The institute is constantly working on research projects in transport planning emphasizing behaviour based modelling of transport. We focus on GIS-based modelling of transport networks of motorized and non-motorized trips in private and public transport and freight transport. In detailed simulation models we look at urban signal traffic control and interurban traffic management schemes including navigation systems. Traffic flow models are validated using real world data measured with our mobile equipment (vehicle trailer for automatic image sensing systems, Automatic Number Plate Recognition, High-fidelity GPS recordings). Furthermore the institute is conducting research in environmental related traffic issues such as noise and pollution. We conduct numerous experiments with scientists in other fields in our psycho-physical noise laboratory. Simulation and measurements of car related emissions are carried out with partners as well.

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Flow simulation Engineering & Materials Science
Psychoacoustics Medicine & Life Sciences
Advanced driver assistance systems Engineering & Materials Science
Intelligent vehicle highway systems Engineering & Materials Science
Highway accidents Engineering & Materials Science
Vibration Medicine & Life Sciences
Visibility Engineering & Materials Science
Automation Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 1999 2019

Predicting and Optimizing Traffic Flow at Toll Plazas

Neuhold, R., Garolla, F., Sidla, O. & Fellendorf, M. 2019 In : Transportation Research Procedia. 37, p. 330-337 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Active safety effectiveness assessment by combination of traffic flow simulation and crash-simulation

Kolk, H., Tomasch, E., Haberl, M., Fellendorf, M., Moser, A., Rüther, M. & Mohr, L. 2018 (In preparation) International Conference "ESAR - Expert Symposium on Accident Research".

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Flow simulation
Advanced driver assistance systems
Sensors
Accidents
Brakes

Activities 2004 2019

Technologie der Datenerfassung im Straßenbetrieb

Fellendorf, M. (Speaker)
30 Jan 2019

Activity: Science to scienceTalk at conference or symposium

Neue Technologien (Mobilfunkdaten) ermöglichen neue Chancen

Fellendorf, M. (Speaker)
12 Feb 2019

Activity: Science to scienceTalk at conference or symposium

Maßnahmen zur Verbesserung der Luftqualität in Graz, Quantifizierung und Beurteilung

Fellendorf, M. (Speaker), Hausberger, S. (Speaker)
19 Sep 2018

Activity: Science to scienceTalk at workshop, seminar or course

Prizes

6. Internationale PERI Baubetriebsübung

Thomas Reiter (Recipient), 3 Dec 2007

Prize: Prizes / Medals / Awards

Abschluss des Masterstudiums Verkehr und Umwelt mit ausgezeichnetem Erfolg

Karl Hofer (Recipient), 22 Apr 2015

Prize: Prizes / Medals / Awards

Press / Media

Im Graz der Zukunft fahren kaum noch Autos

Birgit Kohla

23/08/15

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Autofrei durch Graz ab 2016

Jürgen Fabian, Kurt Fallast, Johann Zancanella, Birgit Kohla & Martin Fellendorf

28/05/15

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Graz erhält fünf Mobilitätsknoten mit Carsharing und E-Taxis

Jürgen Fabian, Kurt Fallast, Johann Zancanella, Birgit Kohla & Martin Fellendorf

28/05/15

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Projects 1996 2021