List of Papers

51. Shrivastava, A., D. P. Singh, I. Jain and A. Agarwal (2022). "Deep-Learning based Model for prediction of crowding in public transit system". [PDF]
50. Kathait, N., P. Choudhary, A. Agarwal and R. Rastogi (2022). "Impact assessment of ring road in Haridwar and national highway connectivity on Haridwar-Rishikesh metro ridership". [PDF]
49. Fedujwar, R. and A. Agarwal (2022). "A systematic review on public transport crowding valuation studies".
48. Mohmmand, S., R. Fedujwar and A. Agarwal (2022). "Estimation of transit OD matrix using boarding and alighting data: A case study of Haridwar-Rishikesh metro corridor". [PDF]
47. Choudhary, R. and A. Agarwal (2022). "Does PM10 influence the prediction of PM2.5?". In 8thAnnual Smart Cities Symposium Prague DOI: 10.1109/SCSP54748.2022.9792544
46. Choudhary, R. and A. Agarwal (2022). "Bus Route Optimization for Dynamic Monitoring Network to Maximize Spatio-temporal Coverage". [PDF]
45. Choudhary, R. and A. Agarwal (2021). "Impact of grid size on spatiotemporal prediction of fine Particulate Matter". [PDF]
44. Choudhary, R., S. Ratra and A. Agarwal (2022). "Fusing real-time congestion and air pollution in a multi-modal routing engine". In mobil.TUM 2022 – 12thInternational Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport [PDF]
43. Mittal, V., S. Sasetty, R. Choudhary and A. Agarwal (2022). "Deep-learning spatio-temporal prediction framework for PM under dynamic monitoring". In Transportation Research Record. DOI: 10.1177/03611981221082589 [Poster]
42. Kathait, N. and A. Agarwal (2021). "Genealogy of Shared Mobility in India". In 8th International Conference on Transportation Systems Engineering and Management (CTSEM 2021). [PDF]
41. Gupta, K, P. Miglani, P. Dua, A. Agarwal and N. Chakrabarty (2021). "Distraction of Experienced Drivers at a Construction Site using Eye Tracker". In International Conference on Sustainable Technology and Advanced Computing in Electrical Engineering (ICSTACE 2021). [PDF]
40. Choudhary, R. and A. Agarwal (2021). "Optimization of Bus Routes to Maximize Coverage of Air Pollution Monitors". Presented at 6th Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG-2021). Tiruchirappalli, India [PDF]
39. Meena, K. K., V. Singh and A. Agarwal (2021). "Perception of Commuters Towards Air Quality in Delhi". Presented at 6th Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG-2021). Tiruchirappalli, India [PDF]
38. Thombre, A., I. Ghosh, and A. Agarwal (2021). "Factors associated with motorized two-wheeler crashes in Delhi, India: Insights from analysis of crash prone zones during 2016-2018 ".
37. Singh, V., K. Gupta, N. Chakrabarty and A. Agarwal (2021). "Perceived behavioural changes in commuters' mobility aspect due to COVID situation". In 18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES) . Warwick. [PDF]
36. Singh, V., K. K. Meena and A. Agarwal (2021). "Travellers' exposure to air pollution: a systematic review and future directions" In Urban Climate. DOI: 10.1016/j.uclim.2021.100901
35. Agarwal, A. (2021). "Quantifying health & economic benefits of bicycle superhighway: evidence from Patna". In: Procedia Computer Science, 184C, pp. 692-697. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2021.03.087
34. Kathait, N. and A. Agarwal (2020). "Behaviour of Drivers towards Vehicle Idling at Signalized Intersections". In 13th International Conference on Transportation Planning and Implementation Methodologies for Developing Countries (TPMDC). IIT Bombay. [PDF]
33. Singh, V., K. Gupta, A. Agarwal and N. Chakrabarty (2020). "Psychological Impacts on the Travel Behaviour post-COVID-19". [PDF] [Infographic-PNG] [Interactive-infographic]
32. Thombre, A. and A. Agarwal (2021). "A Paradigm Shift in Urban Mobility: Policy Insights from Travel Before and After COVID-19 to Seize the Opportunity". In Transport Policy DOI: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2021.06.010 [Infographic-PNG] [Interactive-infographic]
31. Suman, H. K., A. Agarwal and N. B. Bolia (2020). "Public Transport Operations after Lockdown: How to Make it Happen?". In Transactions of the Indian National Academy of Engineering. DOI: 10.1007/s41403-020-00121-x
30. Vardhan, H., I. Rai, N. Kathait and A. Agarwal (2022). "Crowd-Sourced Web Survey for Household Travel Diaries". In Transportation Research Procedia DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2022.02.031
29. Thombre, A., I. Ghosh, A. Agarwal (2019). "Examining road safety compliance among motorised two wheelers in Delhi - A cross-sectional study". In: 2nd ASCE India Conference on Challenges of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Development in Emerging Economies. [PDF]
28. Prajapati, A. K., A. Gora, A. Agarwal, I. Ghosh (2019). "Use of computer vision to automatize traffic data collection under mixed traffic condition". In: 2nd ASCE India Conference on Challenges of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Development in Emerging Economies. [PDF]
27. Agarwal, A., D. Ziemke, and K. Nagel (2020). “Bicycle superhighway: an environmentally sustainable policy for urban transport”. In Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. DOI: 10.1016/j.tra.2019.06.015
26. Agarwal, A., D. Ziemke, and K. Nagel (2020). “Calibration of Choice Model Parameters in a Transport Scenario with Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions and Income Dependency”. In Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research; DOI: 10.1080/19427867.2019.1633788
25. Agarwal, A. and I. Kaddoura (2020). “On-road air pollution exposure to cyclists in an agent-based simulation framework”. In Periodica Polytechnica  Transportation Engineering. DOI: 10.3311/PPtr.12661
24. Ziemke, D., I. Kaddoura and A. Agarwal (2019). “Entwicklung eines regionalen, agentenbasierten Verkehrssimulationsmodells zur Analyse zukünftiger Verkehrsszenarien für die Region Ruhr”. In: 10. Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität : Mobility in Times of Change - Past - Present - Future. Ed. Proff H. Springer Gabler. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-26107-8_29
23. Agarwal, A. and A. Dhamaniya (2018). "Impact of dynamic passenger car units in an agent-based simulation framework". In: Recent Advances in Traffic Engineering (RATE-2018), India
22. Agarwal, A. and I. Kaddoura (2018). “On-road air pollution exposure to cyclists in an agent-based simulation framework”. In: NECTAR Cluster 7 Workshop: Social and Health Issues in Transportation, Utrecht. [PDF]
21. Kickhöfer, B.,  A. Agarwal and K. Nagel (2019). “Mind the price gap: how optimal emission pricing relates to the EU CO2 reduction targets”. In: International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 13:5, pp. 378-391. DOI: 10.1080/15568318.2018.1472321
20. Agarwal, A. and B. Kickhöfer (2018). “The correlation of externalities in marginal cost pricing: lessons learned from a real-world case study”. In: Transportation, 45: 849. DOI: 10.1007/s11116-016-9753-z
19. Agarwal, A., G. Lämmel, and K. Nagel (2018). “Incorporating within link dynamics in an agent-based computationally faster and scalable queue model”. In: Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 14:5-6, pp. 520-541. DOI: 10.1080/23249935.2017.1364802
18. Agarwal, A., G. Flötteröd, and K. Nagel (2017). “Calibration of behavioural parameters using optimization technique in an agent-based transport simulation”. In: hEART 2017 – 6th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation, Haifa (Israel).
17. Agarwal, A., D. Ziemke, and K. Nagel (2017). “Calibration of heterogeneous traffic scenario in an agent-based simulation framework”. In: 4th Conference of the Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG), IIT Bombay. [PDF]
16. Kaddoura, I., A. Agarwal, and B. Kickhöfer (2017). “Simulation-based optimization of congestion costs, noise damages and air pollution costs: the impact of route and mode choice”. In: ITEA Annual Conference and School on Transportation Economics, Barcelona. [PDF]
15. Kaddoura, I., A. Agarwal, and B. Kickhöfer (2017). “Simulation-based optimization of congestion, noise and air pollution costs: The impact of transport users choice dimensions”.
14. Agarwal, A. (2017). “Mitigating negative transport externalities in industrialized and industrializing countries”. PhD thesis. Berlin: TU Berlin. DOI: 10.14279/depositonce-5825
13. Agarwal, A. (2016). “Patna”. In: The Multi-Agent Transport Simulation MATSim. Ed. by A. Horni, K. Nagel, and K. W. Axhausen. Ubiquity, London. Chap. 77. DOI: 10.5334/baw. URL: http://matsim.org/the-book
12. Agarwal, A., G. Lämmel, and K. Nagel (2016). “Modelling of Backward Travelling Holes in Mixed Traffic Conditions”. In: Traffic and Granular Flow ’15. Ed. by V. L. Knoop and W. Daamen. 1st ed. Delft, NL: Springer International Publishing. Chap. 53, pp. 419–426. ISBN: 978-3-319-33482-0. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-33482-0_53
11. Agarwal, A. and G. Lämmel (2016). “Modeling seepage behavior of smaller vehicles in mixed traffic conditions using an agent-based simulation”. In: Transportation in Developing Economies 2:8, pp. 1–12. DOI: 10.1007/s40890-016-0014-9
10. Lakshay, A. Agarwal, and N. B. Bolia (2016). “Route guidance map for emergency evacuation”. In: Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response 6:3, pp. 135– 144. DOI: 10.2991/jrarc.2016.6.3.3
9. Agarwal, A., B. Kickhöfer, and K. Nagel (2015). “The internalization of congestion and air pollution externalities: Evaluating behavioral impacts”. In: 14th Conference on Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR), Windsor, England. [PDF]
8. Agarwal, A. and G. Lämmel (2015). “Modeling seepage behavior of smaller vehicles in mixed traffic conditions using an agent-based simulation”. In: 3rd Conference of the Transportation Research Group of India (CTRG), Kolkata, India. [PDF]
7. Kickhöfer, B. and A. Agarwal (2015). “Is marginal emission cost pricing enough to comply with the EU CO2 reduction targets?” In: hEART 2015 – 4th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation. [PDF]
6. Agarwal, A. and B. Kickhöfer (2015). “Agent-based simultaneous optimization of congestion and air pollution: A real-world case study”. In: Procedia Computer Science, 52C, pp. 914–919. ISSN: 1877-0509. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.165
5. Agarwal, A. and G. Lämmel (2015). “Seepage of smaller vehicles under heterogeneous traffic conditions”. In: Procedia Computer Science, 52C, pp. 890–895. ISSN: 1877-0509. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.147
4. Agarwal, A., M. Zilske, K. Rao, and K. Nagel (2015). “An elegant and computationally efficient approach for heterogeneous traffic modelling using agent-based simulation”. In: Procedia Computer Science, 52C, pp. 962–967. ISSN: 1877-0509. DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.173
3. Agarwal, A. and B. Kickhöfer (2014). A Combined Marginal Social Cost Approach for Automobile Emissions and Congestion. DOI: 10.14279/depositonce-5764
2. Agarwal, A., M. Zilske, K. Rao, and K. Nagel (2013). “Person-based dynamic traffic assignment for mixed traffic conditions”. In: Conference on Agent-Based Modeling in Transportation Planning and Operations. Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. [PDF]
1. Agarwal, A. (2012). “Agent-based simulation of the travel demand for Patna City, India”. Master's thesis. India: Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29513.98405