Travel Demand Forecasting 2013, Volume 2
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2344 contains 16 papers that explore the effectiveness of Bayesian updating attributes in data transferability applications; social adoption in design and analysis of stated-choice experiments related to choice of electric cars; estimating dynamic workplace capacities by means of public transport smart card data and a household travel survey in Singapore; and, robustness and computational efficiency of time-dependent origin–destination matrices.
This TRR also examines the impact of distribution choice for representing input variation; static and dynamic land use; residential dissonance and its affect on residential mobility; engagement in household activities and decisions on residential tenure and household type; temporal stability of generation choice models; sustainability for transportation vehicles; and, a mixed-use development trip generation model.
In addition, this issue covers the evolving ITE Trip Generation Handbook: a proposal for collecting multimodal, multicontext, establishment-level data; latent household preferences in daily-activity pattern choices; a destination choice model for commercial vehicle movements in metropolitan area; values of time for freight trucks for better understanding of the impact of toll policies; and, modeling long-distance travel in Great Britain.
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