Notice on Postponement of the 2022 World Transport Convention

The 2022 World Transport Convention (WTC), organized by China Association for Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Engineering and Hubei Provincial People’s Government, organized by Hubei Association for Science and Technology and supported by Chinese and foreign transportation technology organizations, is originally scheduled between November 4 and 7, 2022. Due to the grim situation of COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control in China recently, and to effectively protect the attendees’ health and safety, WTC Executive Committee decides to postpone the convention after careful consideration. The date to reconvene the convention is to be determined.


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Posted: 2022-10-18

Meet one of Editorial Board Members

Prof. Hongtai Yang

Southwest Jiaotong University


Posted: 2022-08-21 More...

The “Conflict of Interest” policy

The editorial office reiterates the policy of Conflict of Interest

Posted: 2022-02-14 More...

Meet one of the outstanding editors

Dr. Zhe Han

The University of Texas at Austin
United States

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Posted: 2021-06-30 More...

Journal sponsorship

EnPress Publisher has reached a strategic publishing cooperation relationship with Singapore Asia Pacific Academy of Sciences Pte. Ltd. The Asia Pacific Academy of Sciences Pte. Ltd. and Enpress Publisher jointly sponsor the operating of TM.


Editorial Office of TM

Posted: 2021-01-06

Celebrate the 3rd anniversary of Transportation Management

Posted: 2020-12-30 More...

A bold idea: maglev train


Posted: 2020-05-10 More...

Call for papers

Dear scholars/researchers,

Transportation Management (TM) is an international open access journal that publishes original articles related to all areas of transport management. We strive to build a bridge that offers researchers and practitioners new approaches, new ways of thinking and novel solutions to problems through all the published results.

The journal brings a cross-cutting and integrated approach to all aspects of transportation from a variety of interdisciplinary fields including engineering, operations research, economics, geography and sociology in order to solve the solution of problems faced by public administrations, transport companies, technology researcher, logistic operators and so on. The scope of this journal includes management strategies and techniques, regulations and policies, economics, and educations related to transportation and logistics, etc.

Posted: 2019-09-12 More...

Notice on adjusting the frequency of publication

Dear authors:

Thanks to the efforts of editorial board members and editors, Transportation Management (TM) has been supported and encouraged by many scholars. Thank you for your recognition and helpful suggestions. I would like to inform you that the publication frequency of TM in 2019 has been changed to Semi-annual!


Editorial Office of Transportation Management (TM)
Posted: 2019-06-10

Research News: Large trucks are biggest culprits of near-road air pollution

For the 30 per cent of Canadians who live within 500 metres of a major roadway, a new study reveals that the type of vehicles rolling past their homes can matter more than total traffic volume in determining the amount of air pollution they breathe.

A two-year U of T Engineering study has revealed large trucks to be the greatest contributors to black carbon emissions close to major roadways. Professor Greg Evans hopes these results gets city planners and residents thinking more about the density of trucks, rather than the concentration of vehicle traffic, outside their homes, schools and daycares. The study was recently published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

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Posted: 2018-09-12

Research News: Should ethics or human intuition drive the moral judgments of driverless cars?

When faced with driving dilemmas, people show a high willingness to sacrifice themselves for others, make decisions based on the victim's age and swerve onto sidewalks to minimize the number of lives lost, reveals new research published in open-access journal Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. This is at odds with ethical guidelines in these circumstances, which often dictate that no life should be valued over another. This research hopes to initiate discussions about the way self-driving vehicles should be programmed to deal with situations that endanger human life.
A car can swerve to avoid hitting a motorcycle but in doing so endangers other lives. How should it be programmed to behave?
Credit: © Buffaloboy / Fotolia
Posted: 2018-09-12

Research News: Analyzing roadside dust to identify potential health concerns

An optical microscope image revealed in broad strokes the contents of roadside dust, including tire, brake, and road material particles and minerals from the surrounding environment.
Credit: V. Dietze/ German Meteorological Service
Posted: 2018-09-12 More...
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