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Multimodal Transportation

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Open Access YES
E-ISSN 2772-5863
Area Geography, Planning and Development, Transportation, Decision Sciences (General)

MULTRA provides a forum for high quality, cutting-edge research in transportation science and technology. MULTRA covers all modes - road, rail, air, maritime - and the integration of multimodal transport. Papers concerning multimodal integration or emerging transportation technologies are particularly welcome, as is work focusing on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Transportation, or Big Data, as applied to transport planning, network modelling or traffic safety. MULTRA is an interdisciplinary journal and embraces work from a wide range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, transportation, logistics, economics, operations research, and urban planning. MULTRA publishes papers in two categories: Theory and Methodology: Papers in this category employ mathematical modeling, optimization theory, etc., to develop new concepts and technologies, rather than the refinement of established theories. Empirical Research: Papers in this category can either employ quantitative techniques from statistics, AI, machine learning etc., or qualitative research methods such as one-on-one interviews, focus groups, case study research etc., to obtain new insights into specific aspects of transportation science. Regardless of the category, MULTRA papers are expected to clearly articulate their expected impact on the practice of transportation science.


  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Geography, Planning and Development, Transportation, Decision Sciences (General)
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Articles published in Journal : Multimodal Transportation

Last updated: 12/06/2023

Simulation and optimization of transfer system for ore terminal with complex waterways

Last updated: 12/06/2023

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Last updated: 11/28/2023

A discrete choice experiment to evaluate the interest of Piedmont region citizens on MaaS

Last updated: 11/11/2023

A mixed integer programming approach to improve oil spill response resource allocation in the Canadian arctic

Last updated: 10/15/2023

Transfer of embodied carbon emissions from provincial transportation industry in China

Last updated: 10/13/2023

The influence of the built environment on active school travel in the Netherlands: A mode choice analysis

Last updated: 10/13/2023

Evaluating the dynamic performance of TODs and determining the priority TODs in Hefei city

Last updated: 09/30/2023

Persona Design Methodology for Work-Commute Travel Behaviour Using Latent Class Cluster Analysis

Last updated: 09/30/2023

Examining associations with on-time performance and identifying relevant road network, demographic, socioeconomic and land use characteristics within the bus stop vicinity for proactive and reliable public transportation system planning

Last updated: 09/08/2023

The on-demand bus routing problem with real-time traffic information

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