Projects and articles of Rodric Frederix
ResearcherRodric Frederix obtained a Master’s degree in civil engineering. After his studies, he obtained a PhD in Engineering Sciences at KU Leuven. During that time, he specialised in the estimation of traffic demand within large transportation networks. He was also involved in the development and application of macroscopic traffic models which are used to map out the traffic flow within cities and regions. In this respect, he acquired useful experience regarding the functioning of traffic lights in relation with traffic flow. At TML, Rodric further specialised in the development of intelligent traffic lights, and supports the Flemish government and various cities and towns with its implementation in Flanders. Next to that, he continues to develop macroscopic traffic models for the Flemish region.
Upgrading the N76 to a primary road?
Employment 2025: How multiple transitions will affect the European labour market
Tool-supported policy-development for regional adaptation strategies
Economic Effects of VAT on Passenger Transport
Effects of different VAT regimes in the 28 EU states on the passenger transport market
Development of a Transport Model
Development of a combined traffic engineering – transport economic model
Impact of the Belgian Truck Kilometre Charge on the Food Industry
Estimate of direct cost increase and economic impact of the Belgian truck kilometre charge on the food industry.
Dynamic Traffic Model Brussels
Development of a macroscopic dynamic traffic model for the Brussels region.
Dynamic Traffic Model Antwerp
Development of a macroscopic dynamic traffic model for the Antwerp region.
Dynamic traffic models capture travel times and traffic jams in a realistic manner and are therefore ideally suited for scenario analyses at local and regional level to support dynamic traffic management.
Blauwe Boulevard Hasselt
Analysis and layout of traffic light control on the Slachthuiskaai in Hasselt.
Development of a toolkit for the modeling of emerging transport solutions.
Shifting from Labour Taxation to Road Pricing
Effects of potential scenarios for greener fiscal policy, more specifically through road pricing for passenger cars
European survey on the second-hand-car market
Development and implementation of crowd-sourced, automatic traffic counts with low-cost equipment.
Microscopic traffic simulation Leuven Ringroad
Traffic analysis (microscopic simulation) of the Leuven Ringroad (R23)
Redesigning the A12 as a primary road
As part of Team A12, TML is studying the redesign of the A12 to improve safety and traffic flow for all road users.
The ITACA project aims to shed light on the drivers and barriers for the adoption of new technologies in ATM.
A knowledge database for foreign and domestic best bicycle practices
Management System for the Traffic Lights in Antwerp
Design and implementation of an innovative management system and control strategy.
Increase in efficiency of freight transport related information exchange for multimodal transport
Calculation of the indirect or second order effects of environmental policies
COMPetition for AIR traffic management.
Citizen-led air pollution reduction in cities.
Smart Traffic Network Control Antwerp
Study on a smart traffic network control for the city of Antwerp
Interactive Toolset for Understanding Trade-offs in ATM Performance.
Bodart Square Leuven
Integrated design of the intersection Koning Boudewijnlaan - Leuven Ringway
Feasibility Study Tool Urban Network Management
Commercial feasibility of the development of a tool for urban mobility measures
Flow Research N32 Roeselare-Hooglede
Optimisation of the traffic flow at the public transport corridor between the roundabout on the “Koning Leopold III Laan” and the oval roundabout near the R32 / N32
Accelerating change of air traffic management by regional forerunners
Improved Monitoring of Traffic Signal Controls
Construct a system for quality assessment of traffic control systems in Flanders