Trajectory data Utrecht Centraal (track 5) underlying the PhD-thesis: Mind your passenger! The passenger capacity of platforms at railway stations in the Netherlands

doi: 10.4121/20692247.v2
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van den Heuvel, Jeroen (2022): Trajectory data Utrecht Centraal (track 5) underlying the PhD-thesis: Mind your passenger! The passenger capacity of platforms at railway stations in the Netherlands. Version 2. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/20692247.v2
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Utrecht Centraal station
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The PhD-thesis Mind your passenger! The passenger capacity of platforms at railway stations in the Netherlands constitutes a first step towards measuring the passenger capacity of station platforms. First, it defines platform capacity on the basis of the locations of queues at exit escalators from platforms, the presence of passengers in the platform-edge danger zone and the duration of stops. It then renders capacity measurable using real-life data covering train stops and passenger behaviour on platforms.


The trajectory data that were used for this research were generated by the SMART Station pedestrian sensors on the platform. See chapter 4 of the thesis for more information about the data. See the instructions in this dataset for an example of the data processing.

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TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Transport & Planning NS Stations

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