39th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 2021

39th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 2021

 

Recent Submissions

  • Smith, L.T.M. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Transport is one of the biggest opportunities for economic development, whilst simultaneously being a large contributor to climate change. Urbanisation and auto-based urban sprawl create environmental and economic challenges, ...
  • Molefe, L.; Newlands, A. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    This paper describes how a mobile application can be used to establish, improve, and maintain walking buses in Cape Town through enabling and strengthening partnerships between local government, organisations, and communities. ...
  • Mtsi, T. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 is to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable” because of the rapidly rising levels of urbanisation. Rapid rates of urbanisation and population ...
  • Milligan, C. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    This talk will introduce the science of surrogate safety in traffic engineering and the use of computer vision to obtain surrogate safety data. Regarding near-miss conflicts between road users, the presentation will identify ...
  • Möllmann, C. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    COVID-19 has had a significant effect on women entrepreneurs (WE’s) in South Africa. 59% of women-owned businesses work in sectors hardest hit such as retail, restaurants, food shops and domestic services. The disruption ...
  • Matshwane, M. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Women's financial inclusion in the Transport sector was a problem before the emergence of the COVID 19 pandemic. Women have been struggling to be part of economic development in the transport sector since before the beginning ...
  • Bruwer, M.M.; Andersen, S.J.; Merrick, W. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Roadworks projects, while necessary to upgrade and maintain our transport networks, are loathed for their presumed negative impact on our daily commute. The purpose of this study is to investigate how Floating Car Data ...
  • Sematlane, M.; De v roodt, L. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Forgiving roadsides are designed to reduce the severity of run-off-the-road crashes. Road signs and markings keep vehicles on the road while shoulders and the absence of unnecessary objects in the road reserve provide grace ...
  • Contiero, F.; Allen, W.G (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Transport and land use models are famously data-intensive, requiring huge amounts of data on demographic and economic conditions at a high level of geographic detail. This information is needed for model development, ...
  • Mabece, L. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Major development of public transport last occurred with the development of the Gautrain Rapid Rail Network before 2009. Both rail and bus operations have shrunk in South Africa whilst the demand for public transport should ...
  • Mgolozeli, S (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    In emerging economies, small businesses, especially those owned or led by women are critical to growth, employment and development. These businesses do face financial and operational difficulties due to various limitations ...
  • Cai, L. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    With the rapid popularization of high-tech artificial intelligence, 5G, and cloud computing, public transportation has gradually realized the need for transformation from artificial to autonomous. This paper discusses the ...
  • Mokoma, L. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed lives. In a limited period, the government has adapted to the challenge of safeguarding human life by publishing regulations under the Disaster Management Act of 2002. The ...
  • Heyns, G.J.; Luke, R. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    The travel behaviour of millennials, young adults under the age 34, have received increased attention over recent years. As millennials represent approximately 40% of the South African population, the push factors that ...
  • Mhlanga, S.; Muronga, K.; Ndamase, M. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Gauteng Minibus Taxi industry and Government have identified the need to eradicate violence as well as improve public records keeping to aide better regulatory outcomes. The significance of paper represents a contribution ...
  • Oyaro, J.; Bulose,S.; Ben-edigbe, J. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    The paper explored the extent of drivers’ aberrant responsiveness to yellow intervals at signalized intersections in Durban, South Africa. A signalized intersection primary light pole located at the stop-line has three ...
  • Ebrahim, R.; Bruwer, M.M.; Andersen, S.J. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Dedicated Traffic Management Centres (TMCs) are only operational in three of the largest metropolitan areas in South Africa (in Gauteng, eThekwini and Cape Town). Smaller cities and towns do not have TMCs to assist with ...
  • Molefe, L.; Vanderschuren, M.J.W.A. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    In 2009 the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) highlighted the importance of government investment in energy efficient, pollution reducing transport modes and infrastructure. This policy specifically recommended ...
  • Manu, B.K.; Krygsman, S.C. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    Rapid population growth and urbanization in South Africa exert ever more pressure on energy and transportation demand. As the South African transport sector is very reliant on fossil fuels, this may lead to increased ...
  • Sias, J.E. (Southern African Transport Conference 2021, 2021)
    The changing climate is affecting infrastructure performance and service life all over the world. A key factor in assuring the resilience of transportation infrastructure in the future is the incorporation of climate change ...

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