Disruption in Large Transit Systems

One last lecture before I seek landfall back In Blighty after a long trip. Today at Portugal’s oldest University Coimbra (founded 1290). Click to see pdf. This is a reworking of our lecture on real time data analysis of London’s public transport systems bringing together a bit on tracking trains and buses by Richard Milton using the Tracketnet API for tubes and the Countdown API for buses, from me on graph theoretic measures of network disruption where only the topology is accounted for, and Jon Reades’ Oyster card data analysis where flows and real distances/travel times on the network are the focus. More on this project will emerge with time but meanwhile here is what we have done so far. Worth looking at our video of this made for Engineering at UCL for some background on the project which is part and parcel of our ERA-Net complexity project COSMIC. Go to CASA web site and drill down.

About Michael Batty

I chair CASA at UCL which I set up in 1995. I am Bartlett Professor In UCL.
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