Individualized Pedestrian and Micromobility Routing Incorporating Static and Dynamic Parameters

University essay from Linköpings universitet/Kommunikations- och transportsystem; Linköpings universitet/Tekniska fakulteten

Abstract: This project seeks to demonstrate routing optimization that would allow pedestrian and micromobility user groups to select and prioritize different route features according to their preferences. Through the creation of a routing demonstrator that considers both static and dynamic parameters in the form of pavement quality, elevation climb, travel time, and air quality, along with user-specified weights for their prioritization of each of these parameters, a number of routes were created and mapped to qualitatively compare against routes representing only a shortest path.

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