Submission guidelines

Only original papers are considered for presentation at the conference. Abstracts of max 250 words might be submitted by November 30th 2016 December 15th 2016. The papers will be reviewed by independent experts and by members of the program committee.

The full papers of 6-8 pages have to be sent through Easychair system until March 31th 2017 April 10th 2017 using the template of Transportation Research Procedia, which will be open again soon:

You may find the template for Transportation Research Procedia here:


Call for papers

The updated call for papers can be downloaded here!

Journal publication

Accepted papers will be published in Transportation Research Procedia. Selected papers of excellent quality and in line with the scope of special issues will be proposed by the guest editors to be invited for special issues of the following journals.

  • Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics
    – information: 2015 Impact Factor: 2.56, ©2016 Thomson Reuters, 2016 Journal Citation Reports®,
    – topic: Dynamic models serving real-time urban transport operation
    – guest editors: Guido Gentile (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Domokos Esztergár-Kiss (Budapest University of Technology and Economics), Agostino Nuzzolo (Tor Vergata University of Rome)
    – more information can be found here!
  • Periodica Polytechnica: Transportation Engineering
    – information: indexed in SCOPUS and other relevant systems,
    – topic: Transport economics and policy,
    – guest editor: Ádám Török (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • European Transport Research Review
    - information: indexed by Thomson Reuters, 2016 Impact Factor: 0.962,
    – topic: Planning and operation,
    – guest editors: Domokos Esztergár-Kiss (Budapest University of Technology and Economics), Tamás Mátrai (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
    – more information can be found here!
  • European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research
    – information: SJR 2015: 0.469,
    – topic: Innovative solutions,
    – guest editor: Gonçalo Correia (Delft University of Technology)
  • Case Studies on Transport Policy
    – information: SNIP 2015: 0.646; SJR 2015: 0.385,
    – topic: Applied modelling in urban mobility (Passenger and Freight),
    – guest editor: André Romano Alho (Future Urban Mobility Group, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology), John P. Pritchard (University of Twente), Tamás Mátrai (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)