Armando Cartenì
Armando Cartenì
Professor in Transportation Planning, Department Engineering - University of Campania
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A new look at planning and designing transportation systems: A decision-making model based on cognitive rationality, stakeholder engagement and quantitative methods
E Cascetta, A Cartenì, F Pagliara, M Montanino
Transport policy 38, 27-39, 2015
1882015
How mobility habits influenced the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from the Italian case study
A Cartenì, L Di Francesco, M Martino
Science of the Total Environment 741, 140489, 2020
1152020
A quality-based approach to public transportation planning: theory and a case study
E Cascetta, A Cartenì
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 8 (1), 84-106, 2014
1062014
A random utility model for park & carsharing services and the pure preference for electric vehicles
A Cartenì, E Cascetta, S de Luca
Transport Policy 48, 49-59, 2016
872016
Tactical and strategic planning for a container terminal: Modelling issues within a discrete event simulation approach
A Cartenì, S De Luca
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 21 (1), 123-145, 2012
842012
A behavioral model of accessibility based on the number of available opportunities
E Cascetta, A Cartenì, M Montanino
Journal of Transport Geography 51, 45-58, 2016
732016
Underground and ground-level particulate matter concentrations in an Italian metro system
A Cartenì, F Cascetta, S Campana
Atmospheric Environment 101, 328-337, 2015
722015
The hedonic value of railways terminals. A quantitative analysis of the impact of stations quality on travellers behaviour
E Cascetta, A Cartenì
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 61, 41-52, 2014
672014
A new measure of accessibility based on perceived opportunities
E Cascetta, A Cartenì, M Montanino
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 87, 117-132, 2013
672013
An activity-based approach for complex travel behaviour modelling
GN Bifulco, A Cartenì, A Papola
European Transport Research Review 2 (4), 209-221, 2010
512010
Urban sustainable mobility. Part 1: Rationality in transport planning
A Carteni
Transport Problems 9, 2014
452014
Hedonic value of high-speed rail services: Quantitative analysis of the students’ domestic tourist attractiveness of the main Italian cities
A Cartenì, L Pariota, I Henke
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 100, 348-365, 2017
422017
Stochastic equilibrium assignment with variable demand: theoretical and implementation issues
GE Cantarella, A Cartenì, S de Luca
European Journal of Operational Research 241 (2), 330-347, 2015
422015
Estimation of urban traffic conditions using an Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) System
L D’Acierno, A Cartenì, B Montella
European Journal of Operational Research 196 (2), 719-736, 2009
392009
A multi-scale modelling architecture for estimating of transport mode choice induced by a new railway connection: The Salerno-University of Salerno-Mercato San Severino Route
S De Luca, A Cartenì
Ingegneria Ferroviaria 68 (5), 447-473, 2013
302013
Accessibility indicators for freight transport terminals
A Cartenì
Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering 39 (11), 7647-7660, 2014
292014
A novel paradigm for a sustainable mobility based on electric vehicles, photovoltaic panels and electric energy storage systems: Case studies for Naples and Salerno (Italy)
F Calise, FL Cappiello, A Cartenì, MD d’Accadia, M Vicidomini
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 111, 97-114, 2019
282019
The quality in public transportation. The campania regional metro system
E Cascetta, A Cartenì, A Carbone
Ingegneria Ferroviaria 68 (3), 241-261, 2013
262013
Urban sustainable mobility. Part 2: Simulation models and impacts estimation
A Carteni
Transport Problems 10, 2015
252015
Updating demand vectors using traffic counts on congested networks: A real case application
A Cartenì
WIT Transactions on the Built Environment 96, 211-221, 2007
252007
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