Publications

2022 – 2021

Media Technology Training for Railway Education – Michelberger, Frank, Andrew Nash; presented at 6th UIC World Congress on Rail Training 2022, Paris.

Multiobjective Timetable Development Tool for Railway Strategic Planning in Norway (preprint) – Coviello N, Medeossi G, Nash A, Nygreen T, Pellegrini P, Rodriguez J.; Transportation Research Record. July 2022. doi:10.1177/03611981221101392

Otto Wagner Vienna Stadtbahn Tours Map; Andrew Nash; July 2022.

Railways Need Disruptive Innovation; Andrew Nash; APTA Speedlines – Issue 33 – March 2022.

Schneller Weg zur Nachhaltigkeit; Andrew Nash; Die Alternative 2021/4 – December 2021.

RT 38 – Andrew Nash – Implementing transit priority in ZurichResearching Transit Podcast – Episode 38; November 2021.

Cycling Engagement and Advocacy Platform; Andrew Nash, Smart Pedal Pitch, Velo City Conference, Lisbon, 7 September 2021.

Wenn man das Auto kaum mehr braucht; Andrew Nash, Der Standard, Kommentar der anderen, 25 August 2021.

Planning cities and towns without automobiles; Andrew Nash, English draft of Der Standard article; 16 August 2021.

Experimentation as a Public Engagement Strategy in the Bridge X Proposal for Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge; Andrew Nash, Wendy Yifei Wang, Cy Chengzhe Zhang and Jeremy Pi; presented at Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2021; slides and video.

2020 – 2019

​Railway Innovation Lecture, St. Poelten University of Applied Sciences, International Week; Introduction to Railway Innovation, Example: Railway Traffic Management System Innovation, Example: Sustainable Tourism.

Creating Sustainable Cities for Residents and Tourists; Nash, Andrew; Presentation at the XIV. Österreicher Fachkonferenz für FußgängerInnen 2020 (Austrian Pedestrian Association Conference), Freistadt, Austria; 14 October 2020.

Bridge X – Transport Plan; Nash, Andrew; Prepared for Bridge X proposal to Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge competition; July 2020.

Digital Tourist Management Vienna 2023 – Proposal; Nash, Andrew; Prepared for Managementsysstem fuer einen optimierten Gelegenheitsverkehr mit Bussen Challenge, sponsored by the City of Vienna and Economic Chamber Vienna; May 2020.

Public transport priority in 2020: Lessons from Zurich; Nash, Andrew, Francesco Corman, Thomas Sauter-Servaes; 8th Transport Research Arena; Helsinki, April 2020.​

A Framework for Capturing the Business Benefits of Railway Digitalsation; Nash, Andrew, Felix Laube, and Samuel Roos; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2020.

Reducing Delays on High-density Railway Lines: The London-Shenfield Case Study; Medeossi, Giorgio and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record; Online First, June 12, 2020; DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198120921159.

Urban highway research center should be part of Skyway plan; Nash, Andrew: Buffalo News, Another Voice; 25 October 2019. PDF version.

Buffalo’s Skyway corridor demands bold thinking; Nash, Andrew; Buffalo News, Another Voice; 27 June 2019. PDF version.

2018

My U-6 – Public transport information and engagement application – Andrew Nash; Submission to WienerLinien U-6 application contest; September 2018.

Crowdsourcing techniques for transport planning and operations = Andrew Nash; 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, Vienna, April 2018.

Mobility of the future: Urban Mobility Labs (UMLs) – video – Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit), text translation and voice over for video; BMVITube Infothek, April 2018.

Mobility of the future: Test environment for automated driving – videoAustrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit), text translation and voiceover for video; BMVITube Infothek, April 2018.

A Multimodal Approach to Congestion Management, FLOW project summary and recommendationsBonnie Fenton and Andrew Nash; EU FLOW Project, Brussels, March 2018.

Idea, Call, Team – Notes for a perfect proposal – Andrew Nash; Presentation at EU FLOW Project Final Conference, Brussels, March 2018.

Idea, Call, Team – Notes for a perfect proposal – Andrew Nash; Presentation at EU FLOW Project Final Conference, Brussels, March 2018.

Application of a Cost-Allocation Model to Swiss Bus and Train LinesMarc Sinner, Ulrich Weidmann, Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2018.

Wireless Electric Propulsion Light Rail Transit Systems in SpainFrancisco Calvo, Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2018.

Feedforward Tactical Optimization for Energy Efficient Operation of Freight Trains: The Swiss CaseValerio De Martinis, Ambra Toletti, Francesco Corman, Ulrich Weidmann, Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board; July 2018.

 

2017

Walking, Cycling and Congestion: Implementer’s Guide to Using the FLOW Tools for Multimodal Assessments – Bonnie Fenton, Andrew Nash and Martin Wedderburn; EU FLOW Project Brussels, November 2017.

Apps for Public Involvement: Introduction and Recommendations – Nash, Andrew; To App or not to App: Are Mobile Applications right for Your Agency?, TRB Annual Meeting 2017.

A Proposed Method for Measuring Customer Orientation of Companies in the Freight Transport Sector – Mancera, Albert, Thorsten Klaas, Ulrich Weidmann, and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board; Vol. 2610, No. 1; January 2017..

How Crowdsourcing Can Help Public Transport Innovate Successfully in an Era of Rapid Change – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2017.

Using Banedanmark’s Traffic Management System to Develop Concept Timetable 2030 – Nash, Andrew, Samuel Roos, and Bernd Schittenhelm; TRB Annual Meeting 2017.

Modeling Real-Time Communications-Based Train Control Operation in Mixed Traffic Networks: Simulation-Based Approach – De Martinis, Valerio, Ambra Toletti, Ulrich Weidmann, and Andrew Nash; presented at TRB Annual Meeting 2017.

 

 

2016

Transport without Planners – Nash, Andrew; POLIS Annual Conference 2016; Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 1 December 2016.

Advanced TMS will improve operating efficiency – Laube, Felix and Nash, Andrew; In Railway Gazette International; December 2016; pp. 35-37.

Crowdsourcing: It’s arrived, are you on board? – Nash, Andrew; CIPTEC Project meeting, Budapest, Hungary, 13 May 2016.

Repurposing Travel Lanes for Multimodal Projects – Nash, Andrew and Natalie Stiffler; TRB Annual Meeting 2016; Workshop: Analyze This! What planners want to know.

Enhanced Resource Conflict Graph Rescheduling Model for Freight Rail Traffic: Introducing Energy Saving – Toletti, Ambra, Valerio De Martinis, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2016.

Tram Safety in Mixed Traffic: Best Practices from Switzerland – Marti, Christian, Jonas Kupferschmid, Michael Schwertner, Andrew Nash, and Ulrich Weidmann; Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board; Volume: 2540 issue: 1, page(s): 125-137; 2016.

Evaluation of Freight Train Energy-Saving Potential Using Onboard Monitoring Data – De Martinis, Valerio, Ulrich Weidmann, Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2016.

Ringstrasse 150 Project – Nash, Andrew; Honourable Mention Award: Communicating with John and Jane Q. Public Contest 2016; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, 2016.

Banedanmark TMS: ETCS as the foundation for attractive and efficient railway service – Nash, Andrew; Intercity Passenger Rail Committee; TRB Annual Meeting 2016.

 

 

2015

ETCS: The foundation for efficient and attractive railways – Laube, Felix and Andrew Nash; Rolling Stock & Technology, Number 231; pp. 2-9; December 2015; Published version (Japanese).

Civic Technology and Mind Sets in Big Data – Nash, Andrew; Mind Sets Project Conference; Barcelona, 29 October 2015.

The End of Transport Behaviour Modelling – Nash, Andrew: COST Action TU1305: Social Networks and Travel Behaviour; Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, 15 October 2015.

Transportation e-Participation and Health – Nash, Andrew: 1st International Conference on Transport and Health (ICTH); London, UK; July 2015.

Ringstrasse150.com Project – Ring Ride game – video – Nash, Andrew; Project and game description video; Andrew Nash’s YouTube Channel; 2015.

E-Partizipation: Warum, was, wie, wann? – Nash, Andrew: Partizipation_DIREKT_demokratisch, Zukunftskongress, Wien, 25. Juni 2015.

Planning Wars – Planning lessons from liveable cities – Nash, Andrew; Sapienza University of Rome, 29 May 2015.

Apps for Transport Behaviour Change – Nash, Andrew; TIDE and SUCCEED Conference, Leipzig Germany, 28 May 2015.

BürgerInnenbeteiligung in der Smart City – Nash, Andrew; 9. Smart City Forum, Wien, 5. Mai 2015.

Thinking outside the station: Addressing rail station passenger congestion in Europe – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2015; Workshop 194: Rail Station Congestion Management and Capacity Expansion.

A Level-based Approach to Public Transport Network Planning – Orth,Hermann, Andrew Nash and Ulrich Alois Weidmann; Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2537; pp 1–12.

2014

Public Transport Priority: The Bus from Curitiba – Live! – Nash, Andrew; Music video performed live; Andrew Nash’s YouTube channel; December 2014.

People Make Cities Smart – Nash, Andrew; Smart City International Conference; Miskolc, Hungary; November 27, 2014.

Car-free Housing and Transport: Encouraging car-free living – Nash, Andrew; Cities for Mobility Conference, Stuttgart; June 2, 2014.

Crowd-sourced Planning – Using interactive city tools to improve public involvement – Nash, Andrew; Webinar: CIVITAS; March 27, 2014.

Why is everyone’s valuable data so stupid? – Nash, Andrew; LSECities Seminar: Urban data: From fetish object to social object, March 14, 2014.

Using Online Games in Transport: Grr-Grr-Bike Case Study – Nash, Andrew, Peter Purgathofer, Fares Kayali; TRB Annual Meeting 2014.

A proposed methodology for comparing and harmonizing railway operating processes – Hoeppner, Silko, Ulrich Weidmann, Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2014.

Serious Games for Transportation – Nash, Andrew; San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR), 7 January 2014.

2013

Social Apps for Transport – Nash, Andrew; CIVITAS Forum 2013; October 2013; Brest, France.

A Proposed Structure for Understanding Interactive City Tools – Nash, Andrew; International Conference on Using ICT, Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Self-Organisation in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance; TU Delft, May 2013. SLIDES

Light-Rail Transit Experience in Madrid, Spain: Effects on Population Settlement and Land Use – Calvo, Francisco, Juan de Ona, Fernando Aran and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2353, Transit 2013 – Volume 4; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2013, pp.82-91.

High-Quality Public Transport and Promotion of Nonmotorized Transport: Compromise or Complement? An Analytical Approach Assessing Conflicts – Naegeli, Lorenzo, Hermann W. M. Orth, Ulrich Alois Weidmann, Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record Transit 2013 – Volume 1; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2013, pp.

Development of Railway Capacity Cost and Apportionment Model – Frank, Patrick, Ulrich Alois Weidmann, Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2013.

Predicting Potential Railway Operation Disruptions Caused by Critical Component Failure Using Echo State Neural Networks and Automatically Collected Diagnostic Data – Fink, Olga, Ulrich Weidmann, Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2374 – Railroads 2013; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2013, pp. 66-72.

GreenCityStreets.com (Honorable Mention Award) – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2013; Sixth Annual Competition and Call for Communicating Concepts with John and Jane Q. Public: Transportation Finance and Related Policy Solutions.

Hierarchical Decomposition Methods for Periodic Railway Timetabling Problems – Herrigel, Sabrina, Marco Laumanns, Ulrich Alois Weidmann, Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2374 – Railroads 2013; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2013, pp. 73-82.

2012

GreenCityStreets – Work in Progress – Nash, Andrew; Wohnen & Mobilität, Mittwoch 28. November 2012, IG Architektur, 1060 Wien.

Connected Bus: Can public transport realize the potential of connected vehicles, travellers and infrastructure? – Nash, Andrew; ITS World Congress 2012, Special Interest Session 75, Vienna.

Can social networking improve transport? – Nash, Andrew; ITS World Congress 2012, Special Interest Session 36, Vienna.

GreenCityStreets.com: Using ITS to improve transport planning – Nash, Andrew; ITS World Congress 2012, Vienna.

GreenCityStreets.com: Project introduction – video – Nash, Andrew; YouTube, Andrew Nash’s channel, 2012.

Introduction to GreenCityStreets.com Application – Nash, Andrew; Presentation: PICNIC Festival 2012 Amsterdam.

A Checklist for Successful Application of Tram-Train Systems in Europe – Naegeli, Lorenzo, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2275; Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2012, pp 39-48.

A Methodological Framework for Analyzing Rail Freight Planning – Moll, Stephan, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2289; Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2012, pp 126-143.

Estimating Train Motion Using Detailed Sensor Data – Longo, Giovanni, Giorgio Medeossi and Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2012.

2011

Using Social Media in Transport – Nash, Andrew; Using Social Media in Transport Notes for CIVITAS Forum 2011 Roundtable on the use of social media for sustainable transportation, Funchal, 19 October 2011.

GreenCityStreets.com – Results from prototype version 1 – Nash, Andrew; International Institute for Information Design (IIID) conference: Traffic, Transport and Social Media, Vienna, 8 September 2011.

Using the BusMeister Public Transport Game in the Classroom – Nash, Andrew; August 22, 2011.

GreenCityStreets.com – An internet application for increasing public involvement in public transportation – Nash, Andrew; working paper submitted for 2012 TRB Annual Meeting.

 

2010

ITS 2.0 User-based Planning and Implementation – Nash, Andrew; CIVITAS Forum 2010; Malmo Sweden; 29 September 2010.

ICT Solutions for Smart Cities – Nash, Andrew; ICT Solutions for Smart Cities; Tri ICT Interreg Italy Austria Smart Cities Project Final Report; Klagenfurt, Austria; 2010.

How can regions support innovation in high speed rail systems? – Nash, Andrew; High Speed Regions Network research seminar; Brussels, 5 July 2010.

An Integrated Web 2.0 Approach for Improving Public Transport – Nash, Andrew; Working paper submitted for 2011 TRB Annual Meeting; July 14, 2010.

e-mobility Applications for Sustainable and Livable Cities – Nash, Andrew; Tri ICT Interreg Italy Austria Smart Cities Project, 3rd Round Table; Udine, Italy; 10 June 2010. VIDEO

How internet applications can help create livable, healthy, prosperous cities – Nash, Andrew; 15th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society GeoMultimedia; Vienna, May 2010. (REAL CORP 2010)

On-board ticket sales – a destabilising factor for bus lines? – Dorbritz, Robert, Marco Lüthi, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; Mobility: The European Public Transport Magazine; Issue #17; pp 70-76; Paris, France; June 2010.

Psycho Networker – music video parody – Andy Nash; Andrew Nash’s YouTube Channel; March 2010.

San Francisco – Flowers in Your Horns – music video parody – Andy Nash; Prize-winning music video for Swiss Airlines contest – Andy sings to cows in Lederhosen; Andrew Nash’s YouTube Channel; March 2010.

Web 2.0 Applications for Improving Public Participation in Transport Planning; – Nash, Andrew; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2010, Washington D.C., 2010.

Web 2.0 Applications for Improving Public Participation in Transport – Nash, Andrew; San Francisco SPUR Presentation, January 2010.

Glattalbahn an Innovative Transport Solution for Suburban Areas – Schneebeli, Hannes, Andrew Nash and Milena Scherer; Transportation Research Record #2146 Transit 2010 – Volume 4; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2010, pp. 1-9.

Austria’s Approach for Stimulating Innovative Multidisciplinary Transportation Research – Wasner, Walter and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2010, Washington D.C., 2010.

OpenTrack User Manual – Version 1.6 – English – Huerlimann, Daniel and Andrew Nash; OpenTrack Railway Technology Ltd.; 2010.

2009

Bus Meister: Social networking for improved public transport (Proposal); Andrew Nash, July 2009.

Oh Lord, won’t ya buy me a cobra tram? Zurich Public Transport – Andy Nash, parody music video; Andrew Nash’s YouTube channel; June 2009.

Structure and Simulation Evaluation of an Integrated Real-Time Rescheduling System for Railway Networks – Lüthi, Marco, Giorgio Medeossi, Andrew Nash; Journal of Networks and Spatial Economics, Springer Netherlands; Volume 9, Number 1, March, 2009; pp 103-121.

The potential for saving energy by more precisely calculating station dwell times on commuter rail service – Schöbel, Andreas, Bernhard Rüger, Nash, Andrew, Jürgen Zajicek, Martin Turk and Hartmut Dannenberg; International Association of Railway Operations Research 3rd International Seminar on Railway Operations Modelling and Analysis: RailZurich2009 Conference; February 2009; Zurich.

Can Information Technology Help Rail Play a Greater Role in Preventing Climate Change? – Nash, Andrew, Ulrich Weidmann and Marco Lüthi; Transportation Research Record #2139; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2009, pp 133-141. SLIDES

Increasing Rail Demand by Improving Multi Modal Information and Ticketing: Results of the Night & Flight Case Study – Sauter-Servaes, Thomas, and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2117; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2009, pp 7-13.

Improving passenger Rail Accessibility – Results of a Competition to Develop New Concepts and Ideas – Nash, Andrew, Bernhard Rüger, Reinhard Rodlauer and Norbert Ostermann; Presented at: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2009, Washington D.C.: January 11-14, 2009.

De-peaking strategies for improving airport ground operations productivity at mid-sized hubs – Lüthi, Marco, Beat Kisseleff and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2106; pp. 57-65; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; 2009.

Effects of On-Board Ticket Sales on Public Transport Reliability – Dorbritz, Robert, Marco Lüthi, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #2110; US Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2009, pp 112-119. SLIDES

2008

Open access to railway networks: Hidden discrimination potential in an integrated railway organisation – Weidmann, Ulrich and Andrew Nash; Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, First annual conference; Brussels, Belgium; 28 November 2008.

What do you get when you take the train? High Speed Rail – parody music video Andy Nash; Andrew Nash’s YouTube Channel; November 2008.

Analysis of Rail Baltica Project – Nash, Andrew; CEE Rail Infrastructure Forum 2008 – high speed operations within an efficient railway system; 20 October 2008, Warsaw, Poland.

Poised to skip a generation? – Nash, Andrew; Railway Market – Central and Eastern European Review, 3/2008, July-September 2008; p72.

Modal split functions for a Swiss national freight transport model – Fries, Nikolas; Andrew Nash, Jost Wichser, Georg Abay and Gianni Moreni; European Transport Conference 2008; October 2008; Leiden, the Netherlands.

Development of a Dwell Time Calculation Model for Timetable Planning – Buchmueller, S., U. Weidmann and A. Nash; Comprail 2008; September 2008; Toledo, Spain.

From Engineers to Entrepreneurs: The need for social innovation in high speed rail systems – Nash, Andrew; UIC 6th World Congress on High Speed Rail, Amsterdam; March 2008.

The train in Spain is better than the plane – Nash, Andrew; March 2008.

Implementation of New Public Transport Systems: Lichtenstein Automated People Mover Case Study – Weidmann, Ulrich; Andrew Nash and Jost Wichser; TRB Annual Meeting 2008.

Europe’s High-Speed Rail Network: Maturation and Opportunities – Nash, Andrew, and Ulrich Weidmann; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2008. SLIDES

Applying Niche Marketing Strategies to Public Transport – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2008; Rail Transit Systems Committee. SLIDES

New Vienna Central Railway Station and the Trans European Network – Nash, Andrew, and Otto Schwetz; TRB Annual Meeting 2008.

2007

Applying Low Cost Airline Pricing Strategies on European Railroads – Sauter-Servaes, Thomas and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #1995; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; pp 1-8; 2007.
SLIDES

A Proposed Infrastructure Pricing Methodology for Mixed-Use Rail Networks – Calvo, Francisco Javier, Juan de Ona and Andrew Nash; Transportation Research Record #1995; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; pp 9-16; 2007. SLIDES

Assessing the Feasibility of Transport Mega-Projects: Swissmetro European Market Study – Nash, Andrew, Ulrich Weidmann, Stefan Buchmueller and Markus Reider; Transportation Research Record #1995; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; pp 17-26; 2007. SLIDES

Increasing Schedule Reliability on Zurich’s S-Bahn Through Computer Analysis and Simulation – Nash, Andrew, Ulrich Weidmann, Stefan Buechmuller, and Stefan Bollinger; Transportation Research Record #1955; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; pp 17-25; 2007. SLIDES

Evaluation of an Integrated Real-Time Rescheduling and Train Control System for Heavily Used Areas – Lüthi, Marco, Giorgio Medeossi, Andrew Nash; International Seminar on Railway Operations Modelling and Analysis (IAROR) 2007 Conference, Hannover, Germany.

Europäische Marktstudie für das System Swissmetro – Weidmann, Ulrich, Stefan Buchmüller, Markus Rieder, Andrew Nash, und Alex Erath; Schriftenreihe des IVT 134, Institut für Verkehrsplanung und Transportsysteme, Zürich.

Passenger Arrival Rates at Public Transport Stations – Luethi, Marco, Ulrich Weidmann and Andrew Nash; TRB Annual Meeting 2007. SLIDES

2006

Design of effective public transportation systems – Nash, Andrew; 6th Swiss Transport Research Conference, March 2006.

Introducing New Commuter Rail Service on Busy Routes – Case Study: Stadtbahn Zug – Nash, Andrew and Ulrich Weidmann; TRB Annual Meeting 2006. SLIDES

San Francisco Bay Area Regional Rail Plan: A Vision – Nash, Andrew; A vision of San Francisco Bay Area transport in 2030.

2005

Understanding the Timetable Planning Process as a Closed Control Loop – Lüthi, Marco, Daniel Hürlimann, Andrew Nash; 1st International Seminar on Railway Operations Modelling and Analysis, eds I. A. Hansen, F. M. Dekking, R. M. P. Goverde, B. Heidergott, L. E. Meester, Delft, The Netherlands, 2005.

Traffic Calming in the United States – an overview – Nash, Andrew; Institution of Highways and Transportation, Traffic Calming Conference, London, January 25, 2005.

Lessons for Public Transit from the Low Cost Airline Industry – Or – What if Southwest Airlines ran the Muni? – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2005. SLIDES

2004

Traffic Calming in Three European Cities – Nash, Andrew; San Francisco Planning and Urban Research: The Urbanist, September 2004.

OpenTrack – Simulation of Railway Networks – Nash, Andrew; Railway Age 1st International Conference on Computer Modeling for Operations; Delray Beach, Florida; February, 2004.

Optimizing railway timetables using OpenTimeTable – Nash, A. and M. Ullius; In: Allan, J., R.J. Hill, C.A. Brebbia, G. Sciutto, S. Sone (eds.). Computers in Railways IX, WIT Press, Southampton, 2004, pp. 637-646.

Railroad simulation using OpenTrack – Nash, A. and Daniel Huerlimann; In: Allan, J., R.J. Hill, C.A. Brebbia, G. Sciutto, S. Sone (eds.). Computers in Railways IX, WIT Press, Southampton, 2004, pp. 45-54.

RailML – a standard data interface for railroad applications – Nash, A., D. Huerlimann, J. Schuette and V.P. Krauss; In: Allan, J., R.J. Hill, C.A. Brebbia, G. Sciutto, S. Sone (eds.). Computers in Railways IX, WIT Press, Southampton, 2004, pp. 233-240.

Traffic Calming in Three European Cities: Recent Experience – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 2004. Poster 1 Poster 2

2003

OpenTrack User Manual – Huerlimann, Daniel and Andrew Nash; ETH Zurich – Institute for Transport Planning and Systems; June 2003.

Best Practices in Shared-Use High-Speed Rail Systems – Nash, Andrew; Mineta Transportation Institute, San Jose State University; Report 02-02, June 2003.

Implementing Zurich’s Transit Priority Program – Nash, Andrew; Transportation Research Record #1835; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; 2003.

2002

Tearing down the freeway: How prosperity sprung from disaster – Nash, Andrew; Land & Liberty, Conference Supplement 2002.

Roads Policy: End of the Road – Nash, Andrew; Transport Report, Issue 25/3, Summer 2002.

Public Involvement Processes in San Francisco – Nash, Andrew; Alpine Transport: A European Problem with Regional Consequences or a Regional Problem with European Consequences; Alp-Net Thematic Network, European Union 5th Framework Program; AlpNet Meeting May 2002. SLIDES

Economic Impacts of San Francisco’s Freeway Demolition – Nash, Andrew; Transform Scotland, Annual Transportation Conference, April 2002.

2000 – 2001

Implementation of Zürich’s Transit Priority Program – Nash, Andrew and Ronald Sylvia; Mineta Transportation Institute, San Jose State University; Report 01-13, October 2001.

Public Transport Priority: Zurich Case Study – Nash, Andrew; IMPACTS – Forum International des Grandes Metropoles pour l’evaluation et le developpement des Systemes de Transports Intelligents; presentation at 2000 Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, July 2000.

Zurich’s S-Bahn Regional Rail System – Nash, Andrew; Presentation, TRB Annual Meeting 2000.

Zurich’s Transit Priority Program – Nash, Andrew; Rail-Volution Conference, Denver Colorado, October 2000.

1985 – 1999

Caltrain Rapid Rail Plan – Nash, Andrew; Transportation Research Record #1667; Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C.; 1999.

Public Decision Making for the CalTrain Downtown San Francisco Extension Project – Nash, Andrew; Transportation Research Record #1571, March 1997.

California’s Congestion Management Program – Nash, Andrew; Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal, February 1992.

Save the San Francisco Waterfront! – Nash, Andrew; Op-Ed, San Francisco Examiner; 18 October 1990.

Effective Citizen Involvement in the Transportation Planning Process, Case Study: California Academy of Science – Nash, Andrew; TRB Annual Meeting 1990.

San Francisco Ballpark – We don’t need it! – Nash, Andrew; Op-Ed, San Francisco Examiner; 6 November 1989.

San Francisco Ballpark – SF should stick with the ‘Stick! – Nash, Andrew; Op-Ed, San Francisco Examiner; 24 August 1989.

Vehicle Pooling in Transit Operations – Furth, Peter and Andrew Nash; American Society of Civil Engineers – Journal of Transportation Engineering; May 1985.