The Archives of Transport is a journal of Warsaw University of Technology. It is prepared and published by Warsaw University of Technology – Faculty of Transport as a quarterly. The first issue of Archives of Transport was released in 1989. Since that time the journal is regularly and continuously published.
The alternative page for Archives of Transport is https://aot.publisherspanel.com
The journal presents results of new research referred to designing transport infrastructure, modeling transport systems and passenger and material flows, technology, organization and optimization in transport systems, operational issues, construction of vehicles, and telematics in transport. We put a special emphasis on using new technologies in transport, respecting environmental issues and practical application of the presented results.
The journal focuses especially on:
- Transport engineering,
- Transport Management,
- Industrial Plants,
- Transport Infrastructure,
- Railway Infrastructure,
- Road Infrastructure,
- Transhipment Infrastructure,
- Ecology of transport,
- Telematics in transport.
Articles submitted to the Archives of Transport are published in English only. All texts are peer-reviewed (double blind review) by two reviewers (see Guidelines for Authors)
The Archives of Transport is indexed by:
- The Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (70 points in 2019)
- Scopus (check Archives of Transport in SCOPUS)
- The Directory of Open Access Journals (check Archives of Transport in DOAJ)
- BazTech (check Archives of Transport in BazTech)
- IC Journals Master List (check Archives of Transport in Index Copernicus)
- Sherpa Romeo (check Archives of Transport in Sherpa Romeo)
- Google Scholar
The publishing activity of the journal is co-financed as the task "Raising the prestige and recognition of the Archives of Transport journal in the international arena" - a task financed under contract 690 / P-DUN / 2019 from the funds of the Minister of Science and Higher Education allocated to the dissemination of science.
ARCHIVES OF TRANSPORT