DTA2010 The Third International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment


The Third International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment

29 - 31 July, 2010, Takayama, Japan


This symposium aims to bring together transport network researchers in the field of Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) to debate both theoretical issues and algorithms for calculating solutions. This is the third symposium of the DTA symposium series, in which the first symposium was held in Leeds in 2006 and the second was held in Leuven in 2008. Abstracts are specifically welcomed on the following topics:

As well as original contributions, we also welcome eposition papersf reviewing the state-of-the-art in any of these topics, as well as offers to stimulate and host round-table discussions on some topic of major interest. A particular aim in drawing up the final programme will be to give speakers ample time for presentation and discussion, especially in the key areas of wider interest.

Special Issues
Call for papers of special issues are now available. Visit the links below to download them:
- Journal of Advanced Transportation
- Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems
- Transportmetrica
Authors are expected to submit a revised version of their paper after the conference, which must pass a review process before publication.

Any further information on the special issues will be placed on the website; please visit here.


25/July/10 <New!> Final programme is uploaded.
20/July/10 Latest announcement for participants (this is identical to that we sent to you by e-mail)
28/June/10 Information on special issues are updated (see above).
Tentative programme is now available here. Note: All presentations whose full papers have been submitted are now in oral sessions.
The registration page is now ready. The early-bird registration is available till the end of May.
26/April/10 We issue the formal invitation letter. Please let us know by sending e-mail to if you need this.
31/March/10 Information on rooms in the conference hotel is now available.

Updated on 25th July, 2010