DTA2006 was the first DTA symposium and was held in Leeds, UK from 21-23 June 2006


Original program
Conference proceedings

Local organising committee


David Watling (Leeds, UK)


Chandra Balijepalli (Leeds, UK)
Richard Connors (Leeds, UK)
Agachai Sumalee (Leeds, UK)

Presented papers

Analysis Of Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Heydecker & Addison

Analysis and comparison of macroscopic approaches to Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Cantarella, Carteni, de Luca & Punzo

Dynamic Queuing & Spillback in Analytical Multiclass Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model

Multi-Commodity Dynamic Network Loading with Kinematic Waves and Intersection
Tampere & Yperman

A Dynamic Network Loading Model Based on the Variations Solution Procedure
Blumberg & Bar Gera

Application of a New Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model for Assessment of Moving Bottlenecks
Juran, Prashker, Bekhor & Ishai

A Graph-Based Formulation For The Single Destination Dynamic Traffic Assignment Problem
Kalafatas & Peeta

The Enhanced Lagged Cell-Transmission Model

Route Generation and Dynamic Traffic Assignment for Large Networks
Taale & Bliemer

Time and Space Discretization in Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models
Gentile, Nöekel & Meschini

A Simulation Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model: Dynameq
Florian, Mahut & Tremblay

Traffic Assignment On Networks With Time-Varying Flows, While Approximating
Continuum Flows On Links

The Development of a Probit-Based Stochastic Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model
Maher & Rosa

Analysis of Dynamic System Optimum and Externalities with Departure Time Choice

Existence, Uniqueness, Stability and Bilevel Optimisation Of Dynamic Traffic Equilibria
Golanski, Mounce & Smith

Dynamic Non-cooperative Games as a Foundation for Modeling Dynamic User Equilibrium
Friesz, Mookerherjee & Kwon

A Link-Node Complementarity Model and Solution Algorithm for Dynamic User Equilibria with Exact Flow Propagation
Ban, Liu, Ferris & Ran

Inner Approximation Algorithm for the Discrete Time Varying User Equilibrium Problem
Chang & Ziliaskopoulos

Descent Direction Based Solution Algorithm for DUE Assignment
Sumalee & Kuwahara

Obstacles to Deployment of Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models
Ziliaskopoulos & Barratt

Observability In Estimating Time Dependent Origin Destination Flows From Traffic Counts
Balakrishna, Ben-Akiva & Wen

Dynamic Origin-Destination Matrix Estimation From Link Counts: An Approach Coherent With Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Durlin & Henn

Behavior-Consistent Deployable Traffic Routing under Information Provision
Paz & Peeta

Modeling of Commuters’ Day-to-Day Learning Behavior
Ozbay & Yanmaz-Tuzel

Doubly Dynamic Simulation Model for Traffic Assignment
Balijepalli, Watling & Liu

The Dynamic Assignment of Tours in Congested Networks with Pricing
Polak & Heydecker

Day-to-day Congestion Pricing Policies towards System Optimal
Yang & Szeto

A Computable Theory of Dynamic Congestion Pricing
Friesz, Kwon & Mookerherjee

Temporal Externality in Dynamic User Equilibrium with Heterogeneous Travellers
– Who Makes Congestion Worse?

Stability Domains of Traffic Equilibrium: Directing Traffic System Evolution to Equilibrium
Lo & Bie

Equilibrium Dynamic Traffic Assignment with Adaptive Routing Choices

Stability of Network Flows with Bounded Rational Route Choice

Dynamic Simulation-Based Model of Urban Taxi Services
Song & Tong

Combining DTA Approaches for Studying Road Network Robustness
Li, Taale & Van Zuylen

A First Approach to Dynamic Frequency-Based Transit Assignment
Schmöcker, Bell & Kurauchi

Towards a Holistic Frequency-Based Transit Assignment Model– The Stochastic Process Approach