A review of data-driven approaches to predict train delays

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Accurate train delay prediction is vital for effective railway traffic planning and management as well as for providing satisfactory passenger service quality. Despite significant advances in data-driven train delay predictions, it lacks of a systematic review of studies and unified modelling development framework. The paper reviews existing studies with an explicit focus on synthesizing a structural framework that could guide effective data-driven train delay prediction model development. The framework consists of three stages including design concept, modelling and evaluation. The study synthesize and discusses six important modules of the framework: (1) Problem scope, (2) Model inputs, (3) Data quality, (4) Methodologies, (5) Model outputs, and (6) Evaluation techniques. For each module, the important problems and techniques reported are synthesized and research gaps are discussed. The review found that most studies focus on developing complex methodologies for the next stop delay predictions that have limited applications in practice. All studies validate the model accuracy, but very few consider other model performance aspects which makes it difficult to assess their usfulness in practical deployment. Future studies need a holistic view on defining the train delay prediction problem considering both application requirements and implementation challenges. Also, the modelling studies should place more attention to data quality and comprehensive model evaluations in representation power, explainability and validity.

Originalspråkengelska
Artikelnummer104027
TidskriftTransportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies
Volym148
DOI
StatusPublished - 2023 mars

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Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ)

  • Transportteknik och logistik
  • Datorsystem

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