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Cristian Peñaranda
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Spain
Jorge Aguero
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Spain
Carlos Carrascosa
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Spain
Miguel Rebollo
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Spain
Vicente Julián
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)
Spain
Vol. 5 No. 2 (2016), Articles, pages 67-87
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/ADCAIJ2016526787
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Abstract

This paper presents a proposal for a Smart Transport System which is an application that facilitates the interconnection between people (citizens, tourists) and transport providers (Bus, metro, trains, trams), defining the services that everyone can request or offer. The system has been defined as a virtual organization where agents (representing actors of the transport system) can enter or leave into the system consuming or offering services. Due to the fact that modern urban public transport is increasingly an important service used by citizens in current cities, the proposed system will improve the use of resources while also ensuring time flexible mobility solutions for citizens.

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