About the Journal

The journal TRANSPORT publishes articles in the fields of: transport policy; fundamentals of the transport system; technology for carrying passengers and freight using road, railway, inland waterways, sea and air transport; technology for multimodal transportation and logistics; loading technology; roads, railways; airports, ports; traffic safety and environment protection; design, manufacture and exploitation of motor vehicles; transport energetics; fuels, lubricants and maintenance materials; teamwork of customs and transport; transport information technologies; transport economics and management; transport standards; transport educology and history, etc.
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Current Issue

Published: 2019-06-14

Original Article

Influence of exploitation conditions on anti-skid properties of tyres

Janusz Pokorski, Hubert Sar, Andrzej Reński
Abstract 376 | PDF Downloads 218

Page 415-424

Operating speed prediction model as a tool for consistency based geometric design of four-lane divided highways

Gourab Sil, Avijit Maji, Suresh Nama, Akhilesh Kumar Maurya
Abstract 190 | PDF Downloads 134

Page 425-436

Reserve fleet indexed to exogenous cost variables

Hugo David Nogueira Raposo, José Manuel Torres Farinha, Luís Andrade Ferreira, Diego Galar
Abstract 58 | PDF Downloads 16

Page 437-454

A framework for the taxonomy and assessment of new and emerging transport technologies and trends

Konstantinos Gkoumas, Anastasios Tsakalidis
Abstract 159 | PDF Downloads 102

Page 455-466


ACRONIM of the Special Issue: MCDM-STS

Transportation systems have been changing at a fast pace in recent decades and are becoming greener and more sustainable. Planning and policy-making for these systems have become more complicated and accordingly, demands many new infrastructures. By the end of this decade, quite a few cities will finish the new projects during which the cities pave the road of sustainability in the greenest ways.


ACRONIM of the Special Issue: ATM

Due to the rapid civil aviation growth, air transportation systems are faced with soaring demands for air travel. However, the increase of the supply of air transportation is much slower than that of its demand, certain conflicts between the demand and supply often occur, leading to airline congestions, passenger-luggage congestions and mixed traffic problems. Therefore, it is of great importance to understand the interplay between the various components of the air traffic system. A sustainable solution for increasing the efficiency of air transportation calls for understanding of air traffic characteristics and effective management methods through appropriate planning and control measures.