|Title:||Activity Modelling of Urban Traffic Movement|
|Keywords:||vehicle trip linkages, trip chaining, applications, transport planners, accurate prediction model, human behaviour, activity based predictive modelling techniques, MONash System for Transportation Eduation and Research (MONSTER), travel patterns, activity modelling.|
|Abstract:||Many transport models use unrealistic representation of vehicle trip linkages. This paper presents a model that moves towards incorporating vehicle trip linkages into a framework capable of answering policy questions in a realistic manner. The model is developed using data from the South East Queensland Household Travel Survey. Variability in the nature of trip chaining and number of unique chains found in the South East Queensland area data is discussed The nature, role and method of incorporation of this data into the model is discussed. The staging of the model is explained and initial applications of the model are foreshadowed.|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||ITLS Working Papers 1996|
|ITS-WP-96-16.pdf||69.5 kB||Adobe PDF|
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