A Branch-and-Price Framework for Railway Rolling Stock Rescheduling During Disruptions

Publication: ResearchReport – Annual report year: 2014

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Rescheduling rolling stock during a disruption is a passenger railway optimization problem. In current practice this is typically optimized manually despite the high complexity and high runtime requirements of the task. In this paper we propose a path-based mathematical formulation that is solved using column generation in a complete Branch-and-Price framework. In contrast to flow-based approaches our formulation is more easily extended to handle certain families of constraints, such as train unit maintenance restrictions. We benchmark the framework against real-life instances provided by the suburban railway operator in Copenhagen (DSB S-tog). In combination with a lower bound method we show that near-optimal solutions can be found within a few seconds during a disruption. In addition we show that framework is also able to find solution within a few minutes for non-disturbed timetables.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDTU Management Engineering
Number of pages27
StatePublished - 2014
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