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Research Article

Vehicle Scheduling Optimization considering the Passenger Waiting Cost

Table 1

Literature review for the multidepot vehicle scheduling problem.

Authors (year)ObjectiveCharacteristicsSolution method

Haghani and Banihashemi (2002)Solving the possible fuel dissipation constraintsRoute time constraintsDecomposition & Heuristic
Ceder (2002, 2005)Minimum size of the fleetExtending each trip’s arrival timeDF method
Wagale M (2013)Optimize the bus scheduling process.An integrated demand- and travel time responsive modelSensitivity analysis
Ibarra-Rojas et al. (2014)Trade-off between the level of service and operating costs-constraintLinear programming & composition
Schöbel (2017)Optimizing the whole processEigenmodel for the design of reoptimization proceduresHeuristic & Iterative approaches
Liu (2017)Integrated timetable synchronization and vehicle scheduling problem with transit assignmentA new biobjective, bilevel integer programming model.Mathematical programming approach & Pareto-efficient solutions
Tang (2018)Minimum fleet size for single-lineAdjusting variable trips to accommodate different strategiesDF methodology

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