This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the IFAC Symposium on Control in Transportation Systems held at Braunschweig, Germany on 13-15 June 2000. Many problems in traffic systems have intermodal aspects which tend to stress the common aspects in terms of understanding traffic as an integrated system, which leads to interesting benefits for all areas. Examples include traffic forecasts, sensor systems, traffic guidance and navigation. Contributions on economy and management show methodical approaches for an integration of technology and finances, which will become ever more important especially for future modes of transport. The transport on road and rail is considered with respect to specific topics such as traffic estimation, traffic flow control or modern train control systems which are currently being standardised for the European market. The plenary lectures at this Symposium included the application of micro technology to transport, the management of traffic in urban areas and the future of satellite-based traffic guidance systems and autonomous vehicle control.
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