Journal Publications

Papers accepted for Publication in International & National Journals:

2018

  1. Pallav Kumar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2018) New Approach For Estimating PCU on Multi Lane Urban Roads under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, ASCE (Accepted for Publication).
  2. Akhilesh Chepuri, Manjunath B, Rushikesh Amrutsanavar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi. Examining Travel Time Reliability under Mixed Traffic Conditions – A Case Study of Urban Arterial Roads in Indian cities, ATS Journal (Accepted for Publication).
  3. Avinash R. Chaudhari, Jiten H. Shah, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, Gaurang J. Joshi, Manoranjan Parida. Examining Effect of Approaching Vehicle Type on Pedestrian Flow Characteristics at Urban Mid-Block Crosswalks in India, EASTS Journal (Accepted for Publication).
  4. Pallav Kumar, Narayana RAJU, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2018) ‘Novel Methodology to Estimate Homogeneous Equivalent for Heterogeneous Traffic Flow on Multilane Urban Roads’, EASTS Journal (Accepted for Publication).
  5. Rupali ZOPE, Shriniwas ARKATKAR, Guarang JOSHI (2018) ‘Benchmarking for Sustainable Urban Transport Systems: A Comparative Study in Indian Metro Cities’, EASTS Journal (Accepted for Publication).
  6. Akhilesh Chepuri, Jairam R, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi and Srinivas Pulugurtha (2018) ‘Examining Travel Time Reliability Based Performance Indicators for Bus Routes using GPS-based Bus Trajectory Data in India’ Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, ASCE (Accepted for Publication).
  7. Shriniwas Arkatkar (2018) Traffic Operations and Capacity Analysis in India, Editorial Note for Special Issue in Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research. (Accepted for Publication).
  8. Pallav Kumar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurnag Joshi, (2018) Calibration of Traffic Stream Models on High Speed Urban Roads. Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers: Transport, UK (Accepted for Publication),
  9. Jairam R, Anil Kumar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Lelitha Vanajakshi. Performance Comparison of Bus Travel Time Prediction Models Across Indian Cities. Transportation Research Record (TRR), Transportation Research Board, (Accepted for Publication). 97th Annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) meeting at Washington DC, USA January 7-11, 2018
  10. Narayana Raju, Pallav Kumar, Ayush Jain, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurnag Joshi. Application of Trajectory Data for Investigating Vehicle Behavior in Mixed Traffic Environment. Transportation Research Record (TRR), Transportation Research Board, (Accepted for Publication). 97th Annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) meeting at Washington DC, USA January 7-11, 2018
  11. Pallav Kumar, Manraj S. Bains, Nipjyoti Bharadwaj, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2016) “Effect of driver compliance with varying traffic composition on roadway capacity of Expressways in India”. Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research (Revision Submitted).
  12. Srinivas Reddy, Akhilesh Chepuri, Shriniwas Arkatkar and Gaurang J. Joshi, Developing proximal safety indicators for assessment of un-signalized intersection – a case study in Surat, 14th WCTR, Tongji University, Shanghai, China during 10-15 July 2016. (Invited for possible publication for special Issue in Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis)
  13. Mathew Sonu, Ashish Dhamaniya, Shriniwas Arkatkar and G J Joshi, Conceptual Approach of Estimating PCU at Roundabouts, 14th WCTR, Tongji University, Shanghai, China during 10-15 July 2016. (Invited for possible publication for special Issue in Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis)
  14. Akhilesh Chepuri, Sanskruti Joshi, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi and Ashish Bhaskar, Travel time reliability analysis of public transport system in India: A case study of bus routes in Mysore city, 14th WCTR, Tongji University, Shanghai, China during 10-15 July 2016. (Invited for possible publication for special Issue in Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis)
  15. Maulik Bagadia, Pallav Kumar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang J. Joshi (2016) “Disaggregate Mixed Traffic Flow Characteristics and Headway Distribution Study for Urban Arterial Roads”. Journal of Indian Road Congress, (Under Review).
  16. Nipjyoti Bharadwaj Jabeena, M, Joshi, G. J., Arkatkar, S., Ravinder, K. (2016) “Study of flow Characteristics and traffic stream modelling on Indian Expressway – A Case Study of Mahatma Gandhi Expressway” Journal of Indian Road Congress, (Under Review).
  17. Akhilesh Chepuri, Chetan M S, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2017) Travel Time Reliability Analysis on selected bus routes of Mysore public transportation system using GPS data (Invited for possible publication in Transportation in Developing Economies, Springer) presented at 12th TPMDC 18-21 December 2016, IIT Bombay.

2017

18. Nipjyoti Bharadwaj, Mathew Sonu, Agnivesh Pani, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi and Kayitha Ravinder, ,(2017) Effect of Traffic Composition and Emergency Lane on Capacity: A Case Study of Intercity Expressway in India, Transportation Letters: the International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis (Accepted for publication)

19. Nipjyoti B., Pallav Kumar, Ajinkya Mane, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Ashish Bhaskar and Gaurang Joshi,,(2017) Comparative evaluation of density estimation methods on different uninterrupted roadway facilities: Few case studies in India, Transportation in Developing Economies, Springer (Accepted for publication)

20.Chepuri, A, A. Wagh, A., S. S. Arkatkar and G J Joshi, (2017) “Study of Travel Time Variability using Two-wheeler probed data: A case study of Urban Arterial in Surat.” Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers: Transport, UK (Accepted for publication). https://doi.org/10.1680/jtran.16.00101

21. Raunak Mishra, Pallav Kumar,Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, Ashoke Kumar Sarkar,(2017) Novel Area Occupancy Based Methodology For PCU Estimation On Multilane Urban Roads Under Heterogeneous Traffic Scenario, Transportation Research Record (TRR), Transportation Research Board, (Accepted for Publication).

22.Manraj Singh Bains, Shriniwas Arkatkar, K S Anbumani, Siva Subramaniam, (2017) Optimizing/Modeling Toll Way Operation using Micro Simulation: Case Study Sanand Toll Plaza, Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India, Transportation Research Record (TRR), Transportation Research Board, (Accepted for Publication).

23. Mane A., Sarkar A, Arkatkar Shriniwas and Bhaskar A (2017) Effect of Bus-Lane Usage by Private Vehicles on Modal Shift, Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers: Transport, UK (Accepted for Publication), https://doi.org/10.1680/jtran.16.00127.

24. Shah Jiten, Joshi Gaurang, Arkatkar Shriniwas and Parida Purnima, (2017) Estimation of free speed of pedestrians flow on stairways at busy suburb rail transit station in India, Current Science, (Accepted for Publication)

25. Pallav Kumar, Krinshnanunni, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2017) Examining Microscopic and Macroscopic Traffic Flow Parameters at Diverging Section on Multi-Lane Urban Roads in India, European Transport\Trasporti Europei (Accepted for Publication).

26. Chaitrali Shirke, Nikhil Sumanth Shriniwas Arkatkar, Ashish Bhaskar Gaurang Joshi, (2017) Modeling Expressway Lane Utilizationand Lane Choice Behavior: A Case Study On Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research (Accepted for Publication).

27. Manish Jain, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi (2017) Effect of Weight-to-Power Ratio on Acceleration Characteristics of Trucks under Varying Grade Conditions using Mechanistic Approach, European Transport\Trasporti Europei(Accepted for Publication).

28. Narayana RAJU, Pallav KUMAR, Chakradhar REDDY, Shriniwas ARKATKAR, Gaurang JOSHI, (2017) ‘Examining Smoothening Techniques for Developing Vehicular Trajectory Data Under Heterogeneous Conditions,’ EASTS Journal (Accepted for Publication).

29. Narayana RAJU, Ayush Mishra, Akhilesh Chepuri, Shriniwas ARKATKAR, Gaurang JOSHI, (2017) ‘A Simulation Approach for Examining Designed Truck Terminal Operations for Forecasted Demand at Busy Sea Port, EASTS Journal (Accepted for Publication).

30. Chatrali Shirke, G.J. Joshi, V. Kandala, S.S. Arkatkar, “Transit Oriented Development and Its Impact on Level of Service of Roads &METRO: A Case Study of Mumbai Metro Line-I”, Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 25, 2017, Pages 3035-3054.

31. Sonu Mathew, Ashish Dhamaniya, S.S. Arkatkar, Gaurang Joshi, “Roundabout Capacity in Heterogeneous Traffic Condition: Modification of HCM Equation and Calibration”, Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 27, 2017, Pages 985-992 58.

32. Anil Kumar, Jairam R. Shriniwas Arkatkar Lelitha Vanajakshi, (2017) Real Time Bus Travel Time Prediction using k-NN Classifier, Transportation Letters International Journal of Transportation Research (Accepted for Publication).

2016

33. Kartikeya Jha, Nishita Sinha, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and Ashoke Sarkar (2016) “A Comparative Study on Application of Time Series Analysis for Forecasting Vehicular Population in India: Prospects and Limitations” Current Science, 110(3), 373-385.

34. Nipjyoti B., Pallav Kumar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Akhilesh Maurya and Gaurang Joshi, (2016) “Traffic Data Analysis using Image Processing Technique on Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway”, Current Science, 110(5), 808-822.

35. Shriniwas Arkatkar, S. Velmurugan, Ravikiran P., Balaji P. and Sukrit Narula “Methodology for Simulating Heterogeneous Traffic on Expressways in Developing Countries: A Case Study in India” Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis (Accepted for publication)

36. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar, Effect of Stairway width on pedestrian Flow characteristics, Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis (Accepted for publication)

37. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar. (2016) “Determination of pedestrian level of service for undivided stairways at suburban rail station in developing countries” Transportation Research Record (TRR), Transportation Research Board, (Accepted for Publication).

38. Mathew Sonu, Ashish Dhamaniya, Shriniwas Arkatkar and G J Joshi (2016) Time Occupancy as Measure of PCU at Four Legged Roundabouts, Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, Taylor and Francis (Accepted for publication)

39. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar (2016) Effect of Directional Distribution on Stairway Capacity at Suburban Railway Station in India, Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis (Accepted for publication)

40. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar (2016) Comparative Study of Macroscopic Pedestrian Flow Characteristics on Stairways at Rail Transit Stations, Transportation in Developing Economies (TiDE), A Journal of the Transportation Research Group of India. Springer (Accepted for publication)

41. Mishra Rajiv Ranjan, A Dhamaniya and S Arkatkar (2016) Estimation of Capacity of Expressways in India using Dynamic PCU Value, Urban Transport Journal, Institute of Urban Transport (India), 15(1), 93-102.

42. Rupali Zope, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Guarang Joshi, Key Challenges to Urban Transport Sustainability: Case Study of Indian Cities, Accepted for Publication in Urban Transport Journal, Institute of Urban Transport (India).

43. Sagar Kurle, Krishna N.S. Behara, J. Rajendra Prasad, Shriniwas Arkatkar, Ashoke Kumar Sarkar, “Study of Lane Utilization on Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway”, Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 17, 2016, Pages 674-684.

2015

44. Balaji P., Sukrit Narula, Shriniwas Arkatkar and S. Velmurugan, “Lane Usage, Following Behavior and Time Gap Models for a Multi-Lane Freeway in India, Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. Taylor and Francis, 2015, 7(1), 14-23.

45. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar, Impact of Train Schedule on Pedestrian Movement on Stairway at Suburban Rail Transit Station in Mumbai, India, International Journal on Advances in Civil Engineering, Hindawi Publication, 2015, 9 pages.

46. Balaji P., Rajesh Reddy, Deval Mishra, Shriniwas Arkatkar and Ashoke Sarkar, “Effect of Induced Traffic on Feasibility of Highway Projects using Economic Analysis: A Case Study in India, Case Studies on Transport Policy- A Supplementary Journal to Transport Policy, Elsevier, 2015,3(3), 347-354

47. Shalini K. Umasankar, Ashole Kumar Sarkar, Ajit Pratap Singh and Shriniwas S Arkatkar, Quantification of Accessibility to Health Facilities in Rural Areas, Case Studies on Transport Policy- A Supplementary Journal to Transport Policy, Elsevier, 2015,3(3), 311-320.

48. Jabeena, M, Joshi, G. J., Arkatkar, S., Ravinder, K. “Traffic Characteristics Study Through Processing of Video Image For Expressway in India” Journal of Society of Traffic and Transportation Studies, 2015,6(2), 1-12

49. Jiten Shah, Gaurang Joshi, Purnima Parida, and Shriniwas Arkatkar, Analysis of Commuter Flow Behaviour On Stairways At Metropolitan Transit Station In Mumbai, India, International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 2015, 5(4), 451-457.

2013

50. Kartikeya Jha, Nishita Sinha, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and Ashoke Sarkar “Time Series Analysis of Traffic Data Using AADT Data from California, USA” Modern Traffic and Transportation Engineering Research, American V-King Scientific Publishing Limited, 2(1), 2013, 60-67.

51. Subodh Kant Dubey, Balaji P. and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Modeling Time Gap Modeling using Mixture Distributions under Mixed Traffic Conditions” Journal of Transportation System Engineering and Information Technology, Elsevier, 2013, 13(3), 91-98.

52. Kartikeya Jha, Nishita Sinha, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and Ashoke Sarkar “Modeling Growth Trend and Forecasting Techniques for Vehicular Population in India” International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 2013, 3(2), 139-158.

53. Ravi Puvvala, Balaji Ponnu and Shriniwas S Arkatkar, “Derivation of Capacity Estimates for Urban Expressway Using Computer Simulation” Indian Highways, Indian Roads Congress, 2013, 41(4), 35-44.

54. Ravikiran P., Balaji P., Shriniwas Arkatkar and S. Velmurugan, “Estimating Capacity for Eight-lane Divided Urban Expressway under Mixed-Traffic Conditions Using Computer Simulation” International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics: Special Issue on Advanced Traffic and Transportation Systems, Springer, 2013, 5(2-3), 177-194(DOI: 10.1007/s12572-013-0089-z)

55. Subodh Kant Dubey, Deval Mishra, Shriniwas S Arkatkar, Ajit Pratap Singh and Ashoke Kumar Sarkar, Route Choice Modelling Using Fuzzy logic and Adaptive Neuro-fuzzy, Modern Traffic and Transportation Engineering Research, American V-King Scientific Publishing Limited, 2013, 2(4), 11-19.

56. Shalini K. Umasankar, Shriniwas S Arkatkar, Ajit Pratap Singh and Ashoke Kumar Sarkar, “Quantification of Level-of-Service Index for Bus Routes in Developing Countries: A Case Study in India” Journal of Eastern Asia Society of Transportation Studies, 2013, 10, 1347-1366

57. Behara, Krishna Nikhil Sumanth, Arkatkar, Shriniwas S., and Sarkar, Ashoke Kumar, A Composite Index to Measure the Perceived Inadequacy of Public Transportation, Institute of Urban Transport Journal, 2013, 12(1), 28-35.

58. Manraj Singh Bains, Anshuman Bhardwaj, Shriniwas Arkatkar, S. Velmurugan, “Effect of Speed Limit Compliance on Roadway Capacity of Indian Expressways”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 104, 2 December 2013, Pages 458-467.

59. Makrand Wagale, Ajit Pratap Singh, Ashoke K. Sarkar, Srinivas Arkatkar, “Real-time Optimal Bus Scheduling for a City Using A DTR Model”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 104, 2 December 2013, Pages 845-854

60. J. Rajendra Prasad, Shalini Kanuganti, Pooja N. Bhanegaonkar, Ashoke Kumar Sarkar, Shriniwas Arkatkar, “Development of Relationship between Roughness (IRI) and Visible Surface Distresses: A Study on PMGSY Roads”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 104, 2 December 2013, Pages 322-331

2012

61. Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and V. Thamizh Arasan “Micro-simulation Study of Vehicular Interactions on Upgrades of Intercity Roads in Heterogeneous Traffic” European Transport, 2012, 52(3),1-33.

62. Subodh Kant Dubey, Balaji P. and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Time Gap Modeling under Mixed Traffic Conditions: A statistical Analysis” Journal of Transportation System Engineering and Information Technology, Elsevier,2012, 12(6), 25-34.

63. Manraj Singh Bains, Balaji Ponnu, Shriniwas S Arkatkar, “Modeling of Traffic Flow on Indian Expressways using Simulation Technique”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 43, 2012, Pages 475-493.

2011

64. Nitish Sharma, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and Ashoke K. Sarkar “Study of Heterogeneous Traffic Flow Characteristics on Two Lane Roads” Transport, Taylor and Francis, 2011, 26(2), 185-196. 10.3846/16484142.2011.593120. This paper has been contributed based on the B. Tech. dissertation guidance at BITS Pilani.

65. V. Thamizh Arasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Micro-simulation Study of Vehicular Interactions in Heterogeneous Traffic Flow on Intercity Roads” Journal of European Transport, 2011, 48, 1-29.

66. V. ThamizhArasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Effect of Upgrade and its length on PCU of Vehicles in Heterogeneous Traffic” Highway Research Journal, Indian Roads Congress, New Delhi, 4(1), 2011, 51-68.

67. Balaji P, Shriniwas S Arkatkar and Anupam Singhal, “Impacts of Induced Travel on Indian Highway Projects: A Case Study” International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 4(6), 2011, 385-389. This paper has been contributed based on the M. Tech. term project guidance at BITS Pilani.

68. Deshpande Nilesh, Ishan Chanda and Shriniwas S Arkatkar, “Accident Mapping And Analysis Using Geographical Information Systems” International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 4(6), 2011, 342-345. This paper has been contributed based on the B. Tech. dissertation guidance at BITS Pilani.

69. Shriniwas S Arkatkar, “Effect of Intercity Road Geometry on Capacity under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions Using Microscopic Simulation Technique” International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 4(6), 2011, 375-380.

70. V. Thamizh Arasan, Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, “Derivation of Capacity Standards for Intercity Roads Carrying Heterogeneous Traffic using Computer Simulation”. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 16, 2011, Pages 218-229.

2010

71. V. Thamizh Arasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Modelling of Heterogeneous Traffic Flow on Upgrades of Intercity Roads.” Transport, Taylor and Francis Publication 2010, 25(2), 129-137.doi: 10.3846 / transport.2010.16

72. V. Thamizh Arasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar “Micro-simulation Study of Effect of Volume and Road Width on PCU of Vehicles under Heterogeneous Traffic” Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE, 2010, 136(12), 1110-1119. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)TE.1943-5436.0000176

73. Shriniwas S. Arkatkar and V. Thamizh Arasan “Effect of Gradient and its Length on Performance of Vehicles under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions” Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE, 2010, 136(12), 1120-1136. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)TE.1943-5436.0000177

2008

74. V. Thamizh Arasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, “Simulating Passenger Car Unit for Vehicles in Heterogeneous Traffic” Traffic Engineering and Control, 2008, 49 (11), 436-440.

75. V. Thamizh Arasan and Shriniwas S. Arkatkar, “Enhancing the Accuracy of Estimation of Passenger Car Unit for Vehicles of Heterogeneous Traffic” Highway Research Journal, Indian Roads Congress, New Delhi, 2008, Issue no 1, 61-69. (This paper has been selected as the ‘Outstanding Research Paper’ by Indian Roads Congress in 2009. (IRC Best Paper Medal).