Applicability of rescheduling strategies in tram networks

L├╝ckerath, Daniel and Ullrich, Oliver and Speckenmeyer, Ewald (2013) Applicability of rescheduling strategies in tram networks.
Published In: Proceedings of ASIM-Treffen STS/GMMS 2013, ASIM-Mitteilungen. AM 145 ARGESIM/ASIM Pub., TU Vienna/Austria. Reichardt, R. (Ed.) February 2013.

Abstract

Highly utilized tram networks, where multiple lines share tracks and stations, are inevitably affected by dis-turbances during daily operation. While consequences of small, local perturbations may be counteracted by schedule characteristics, e.g. robustness, long lasting disturbances have to be addressed by dispatchers via schedule adjustments. Several methods for the identification and assessment of different rescheduling actions have been proposed. However, most of these methods have only been applied in railway networks. Therefore, in this paper we compare different rescheduling strategies and assess their applicability in tram networks. This paper begins with a description of possible rescheduling actions and the requirements and limitations to rescheduling strategies in tram networks. Different strategies for railway networks are then described and compared in regard to their applicability in tram networks.


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Date Deposited: 27 Mar 2013 14:18
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URI: http://e-archive.informatik.uni-koeln.de/id/eprint/695