About the Journal

The journal TRANSPORT publishes articles in the fields of: transport policy; fundamentals of the transport system; technology for carrying passengers and freight using road, railway, inland waterways, sea and air transport; technology for multimodal transportation and logistics; loading technology; roads, railways; airports, ports; traffic safety and environment protection; design, manufacture and exploitation of motor vehicles; pipeline transport; transport energetics; fuels, lubricants and maintenance materials; teamwork of customs and transport; transport information technologies; transport economics and management; transport standards; transport educology and history, etc.
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Current Issue

Published: 2022-10-03

Original Article

Page 232–240

Sharing mobility solutions in remote touristic area: case study of Lithuania

Rasa Ušpalytė-Vitkūnienė, Gintautas Bureika, Marija Burinskienė, Vaida Vabuolytė, Viktor Skrickij
Abstract 61 | PDF Downloads 77

Page 241–250

Page 264–278

Trajectory planning algorithm for merging control of heterogeneous vehicular platoon on curve road

Chentong Bian, Guodong Yin, Liwei Xu, Ning Zhang
Abstract 54 | PDF Downloads 59

Page 279–290

Page 291–309

In order to provide free access to readers, and to cover the costs of peer-review, copyediting, typesetting, long-term archiving, and Journal management, an Article Publishing Charge (APC) is applied to papers accepted after peer-review. 

Since 1 January 2022, a fixed APC of 400 EUR is going to be applied for all submitted manuscripts (minimum manuscript extent is 6 pages; maximum manuscript extent is not limited).

Research journal TRANSPORT is constantly seeking growth and this year we took another significant step forward.

Thus, we are pleased to announce that this year we are not only celebrating the 35-year anniversary of the research journal TRANSPORT, but the journal also became a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Please find more details on: https://publicationethics.org/members/transport.

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ACRONIM of the Special Issue: MCDM-STS

Transportation systems have been changing at a fast pace in recent decades and are becoming greener and more sustainable. Planning and policy-making for these systems have become more complicated and accordingly, demands many new infrastructures. By the end of this decade, quite a few cities will finish the new projects during which the cities pave the road of sustainability in the greenest ways.