2 edition of Mode choice in intercity travel found in the catalog.
Mode choice in intercity travel
John B. Lansing
by Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan in [Ann Arbor]
Written in English
Based on data previously collected by the Survey Research Center of the University of Michigan in its series of National travel market surveys.
|Statement||by John B. Lansing and Dwight M. Blood.|
|Contributions||Blood, Dwight M., United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation, University of Michigan. Survey Research Center|
|LC Classifications||HE370 .L25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 64, A42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||65064919|
The individual's intercity travel and travel-related decision are classified into four decision categories: trip generation, destination choice, mode choice, and "at destination" deci sions. Each of these categories includes several dimensions. Trip-generation decisions include the dimensions of trip freFile Size: 5MB. literature on modeling megaregional travel destination and mode choice behaviors in the context of developing country. 3. Modeling Methodology A nested logit discrete choice modeling method is employed to quantify the joint destination and mode choice probabilities for intercity trips within the megaregion. e beneCited by: 5.
This model indicated that in-vehicle travel time, out-of-pocket cost, number of family members traveling together, monthly household income, travel distance, nationality of the traveler, and number of cars owned by the family played a role in decisions related to intercity by: 2. Abstract. In this chapter, we want to study the choice of transport mode, which is probably one of the most important issues in transport planning: mode choice affects the general efficiency with which one can travel in urban and inter-urban areas, the amount of space devoted to transport functions, and whether a range of choices is available to by:
This research identifies and quantifies factors that influence people’s mode choice (automobile, intercity bus, passenger rail, or commercial air travel) for these trips. The research uses survey questionnaire data, latent factor analysis, and discrete choice modeling by: 2. "A disaggregate Box-Cox Logit mode choice model of intercity passenger travel in Germany and its implications for high-speed rail demand forecasts." The Annals of Regional Science • Ridout, R. and E. J. Miller (). A disaggregate logit model of intercity passenger mode choice. Roads and Transportation Association of Canada Annual.
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Even within the United States however, there is strong heterogeneity across regions and across different types of travellers. This paper seeks to add empirical evidence to understand the drivers of mode choice for intercity travel, using stated choice data from two major US intercity corridors: the Northeast Corridor (NEC) and the Cascade by: 5.
mode choice by US travellers. We looked at two major US intercity corridors: the Northeast Corridor (NEC) and the Cascade Corridor on the West Coast. The NEC is the biggest intercity corridor in the country and is in desperate need for infrastructure investment, which will costs many billions of dollars.
mode choice in intercity travel employed is based on a sample of intercity trips from a given period. The sample includes information for each trip on the attributes on each mode, characteristics of the travel party, and the mode chosen.
The logit model is used to estimate the relative importance of. identifies and quantifies factors that influence people’s mode choice (automobile, intercity bus, passenger rail, or commercial air travel) for these trips.
The research uses survey questionnaire data, latent factor analysis, and discreteCited by: Mode choice in intercity travel book. Long-distance and intercity travel generally make up a small portion of the total number of trips taken by an individual, while representing a large portion of aggregate distance traveled on the transportation system.
While some research exists on intercity travel behavior between large metropolitan centers, this thesis addresses a need for more research on travel behavior between non Cited by: 2. Travel Mode Choice Description. The data, collected as part of a intercity mode choice study, are a sub-sample of non-business trips between Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne in which the traveler chooses a mode from four alternatives (plane, car, bus and train).
mode choice model, b ased on a binar y logit structure. Four major inter-city corr idors in Libya were the source of the data required for the development of the model. to terminal, intercity mode service preference, intercity bus mode choice reason, and intercity travel trip purpose.
Subsequently, a set of questionnaire was given to them to indicate their preference towards bus in some given scenario by manipulating some parameter that can influence in deciding intercity travel mode.
Comparing Factors Affecting Intra and Inter-City Travel Mode Choice of University Students Grand () explored the transportation habits of university students in the USA to develop a model of transportation mode choice for trips of miles and more by.
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Find out why now might indeed be a good time to plan a trip for later in MODELING INTERCITY MODE CHOICE AND AIRPORT CHOICE IN THE U.S.
Senanu Ashiabor ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to develop a framework to model travel choice behavior in order to estimate intercity travel demand at nation-level in the United States. The feasibility of using data from national travel surveys to develop statistically reliable intercity mode choice models is examined, and directions for future disaggregate data collection efforts are offered.
The models developed are of the multinomial logit (MNL) type which included all intercity passenger travel modes: auto, air, bus, and by: 8.
Analysis of mode choice for intercity travel: Application of a hybrid choice model to two distinct US corridors Article PDF Available. The feasibility of using data from national travel surveys to develop statistically reliable intercity mode choice models is examined, and directions for future disaggreagte data collection efforts are offered.
The models are of the multinomial logit type which include all intercity passenger travel by: 8. The intercity travel mode-choice model was successfully calibrated and validated.
The outcomes indicate that, the overall model is effective and yields higher precision of estimation. The proposed model is beneficial, due to the fact that, it is receptive to a lot of variables, and can be employed to determine the impact of modifications in the numerous characteristics on the need for various travel by: 1.
The endogenous segmentation model, and other commonly used models in the travel demand field to capture systematic heterogeneity, are estimated using a Canadian intercity mode choice dataset. The results show that the endogenous segmentation model fits the data best and provides intuitively more reasonable results compared to the other by: APPLICATION AND INTERPRETATION OF NESTED LOGIT MODELS OF INTERCITY MODE CHOICE.
A clear understanding of the sources and amount of ridership on a new or improved travel mode is critical to evaluating the financial, travel flow, and external impacts of proposed by: Development of disaggregate mode choice models of intercity travel in Libya. This paper aims to investigate the effectiveness of the road toll discount policy on mode choice behavior for intercity travel.
A mixed logit model is developed to model the mode choices of intercity travelers, which is estimated based on survey data about intercity journeys from Beijing during the Chinese Spring Festival by: 1.
This case study deals with the estimation of a mode choice behavior model for intercity travelers using revealed preference data. The survey was conducted during for the Netherlands Railways to as-sess factors that in uence the choice between rail and car for intercity travel from the city of Nijmegen.Mode choice in intercity travel: a multivariate statistical analysis ; a report to the Under Secretary for Transportation, U.S.
Dept. of Commerce Author: John B Lansing ; Dwight M Blood ; United States.Travel Mode Choice Description. The data, collected as part of a intercity mode choice study, are a sub-sample of non-business trips between Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne in which the traveler chooses a mode from four alternatives (plane, car, bus and train).