• 1 Page egokhvatHW#1
    EgokhvatHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Eugene Gokhvat ORF467: HW1 What is a Life Worth? A&G present a novel approach to the problem of valuing human life that utilizes the 1987 law that permitted states to raise their speed limits on rural highways. The premise is that people were willing

  • 2 Pages WoodruffHW#1
    WoodruffHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Shawn Woodruff CEE 563: HW #1 September 27, 2004 1. Orley Ashenfelter and Michael Greenstone developed a method to estimate the value of a statistical life (VSL) using a 1987 law passed by the government allowing states to increase speed limits from

  • 3 Pages WigginsHW#1
    WigginsHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Charlie Wiggins ORF 467 HMWK #1 27 September 2004 1. In April of 2003, Professor Orley Ashenfelter, of Princeton University, and Professor Michael Greenstone, of the University of Chicago, published their joint effort work "Using Mandated Speed Limit

  • 2 Pages MarquisHW#1
    MarquisHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Marquis Martin-Easton ORF 467 Homework #1 1. Ashenfelter and Greenstone set out to create a "method from measuring the revealed preferences from safety risks from state level public choices about speed limits"(A&G 1) and using this method they'll be

  • 3 Pages ChuHW#1
    ChuHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Bryan Chu ORF 467 HMWK #1 1. In the Ashenfelter & Greenstone article, they obtain the Value of a Statistical Life (VSL) by comparing the total time saved and the number of increased fatalities that accompanied the increased speed limit. In order to c

  • 3 Pages BlankshainHW#1
    BlankshainHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Jessica Blankshain ORF 467 9/27/04 Homework #1: What is a life worth? 1) A&G calculated the value of a statistical life in public policy decisions using data collected before and after the US government's 1987 decision to allow states to raise the

  • 3 Pages Bernard&LawrenceHW#1
    Bernard&LawrenceHW#1

    School: Princeton

    Megan Bernard & Nike Lawrence September 27, 2004 ORF 467: Homework #1-What is a life worth? 1. Estimating the Value of a Statistical Life: The Importance of Omitted Variables and Publication Bias Ashenfelter & Greenstone attempted to measure the val

  • 13 Pages Towny
    Towny

    School: Princeton

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Diver City by Chris Baker and Nick Kalmbach KEY Water (Not Zoned) Open Space Famland Commercial Industrial Recreational Churches and Libraries Public Grounds and Buildings Single Family Residential Sin

  • 1 Page Synopsys_NJ_PRT_Study_Bill
    Synopsys_NJ_PRT_Study_Bill

    School: Princeton

    Subject: Fwd: Re: Fw: New Jersery bill 2031 News from CPRT about a bill recently passed by the New Jersey legislature that requires a 1-year study of PRT in comparison with conventional transit modes. I don't see an appropriation amount but will try

  • 12 Pages PsyOrf322S05Syllabus.test
    PsyOrf322S05Syllabus.test

    School: Princeton

    PsyOrf322S02Syllabus Psy/Orf 322 : Human - Machine Interaction ~ Spring 2004 Lectures Lectures: 1:30 2:50 Mon. & Wed. Robertson 016, (WWS) Class Schedule Overview and Course Organization Week 1 Mon 2/2

  • 14 Pages Orf467F04Lec1&2
    Orf467F04Lec1&2

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2004 Elements of the Transportation Sector of the Economy: the players, the technologies Orf 467 Fall 2004 Syllabus Transportation Defined (Web Word) Transportation is an intermediate good Transport

  • 2 Pages Orf467F04L10TripDistribution
    Orf467F04L10TripDistribution

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Policy Analysis Fall04 Class #10 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Trip Distribution Gravity Model: The gravity Model states that the trips ,(Pi ), produced in zo

  • 1 Page NJGroups
    NJGroups

    School: Princeton

    Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4

  • 1 Page Assignment 5 Sketch a PRT Network
    Assignment 5 Sketch A PRT Network

    School: Princeton

    Assignment 5 Sketch a PRT Network. A PRT network consists of off-line stations interconnected by one-way links. Since one can encourage people to walk a quarter mile, half a kilometer or so, each station served trips that are produced or attracted wi

  • 1 Page 1st Assignment CJTAA04
    1st Assignment CJTAA04

    School: Princeton

    Short-term assignments for Central Jersey Transit Alternatives Analysis. 1. Organization: break class up into groups, each of which will focus on several tasks that, when combined, will form the Alternatives analysis. I envision four (4) groups. Some

  • 7 Pages shpowell_jplee_morris county
    Shpowell_jplee_morris County

    School: Princeton

    Sam Powell Jennifer Lee Mor r is County 1. Int roduction With total area of 481 square miles, Mor r is county is the seventh largest county in new jersey. I t is also the wealthiest county New Jersey by median household income, and the sixth wealthi

  • 1 Page Orf467F08PRT_Teams
    Orf467F08PRT_Teams

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Fall 08 New Jersey State-wide PRT Teams Stephanie Anderson Eva Wei Scott Chacon Sam Powell Doug Eshleman Jon Broscious Anthony Pasqual Michael Hollo Noel Gonzalez_Luma Justin Zhen Google Earth Michael Hasling Sam Perez Jennifer Lee Merritt Hu

  • 132 Pages NJ_PRTF08Final
    NJ_PRTF08Final

    School: Princeton

    New Jersey State-wide Personal Rapid Transit Network Design ORF 467 Fall 2008 Final Project Report Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser County Contributors Atlantic County Berge

  • 2 Pages MobilityChange by 2030
    MobilityChange By 2030

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008/9 How will the Mobility Environment Change by 2030? Key questions What will the mobility environment be 20 years from now? (Transportation modes, types of vehicles, mobility-related services, etc.

  • 1 Page Map of trolley routes in New England
    Map Of Trolley Routes In New England

    School: Princeton

    Map of trolley routes in New England http:/www.oldworldauctions.com/img_detail.asp?lotno=175&title=Bird %27s+Eye+View+of+Trolley+Routes+in+New+England&filename=125175&usepage=True&strPath=E:\web\oldworldau1\htdocs\lot_images\

  • 1 Page FinalPresentationScheduleOrf467F08
    FinalPresentationScheduleOrf467F08

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis New Jersey State-wide PRT Fall 08-09 Tuesday January 13, 2009 101ORFE Building Start Time 10:00 10:15 10:25 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 Names Stephanie Anderson Michael Hasling Eva Wei Michael Hollo Myke Kulkarn

  • 5 Pages CoPilot EMEA_Canalys Q3.2008 Market Share
    CoPilot EMEA_Canalys Q3.2008 Market Share

    School: Princeton

    Canalys Q3/2008 Review Q3/2008 Market Share Q1Q3/2008 Market Share Daniel Popkin Managing Director, ALK Ltd. Michael Kornhauser VP Sales, ALK Ltd. EMEA Q3/08: Smartphone Satellite Navigation Market Share by Unit Sales (onboard, perpetual) (

  • 1 Page BusRapidTransitOrf467F08
    BusRapidTransitOrf467F08

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008/9 Central New Jersey Route 1 Bus Rapid Transit Project NJ Transit has been conducting an "Alternatives Analysis" to provide planning, engineering, and environmental screening services focused on est

  • 253 Pages PRT_web
    PRT_web

    School: Princeton

    Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) for New Jersey By ORF 467 Transportation Systems Analysis, Fall 2004/05 Princeton University Prof. Alain L. Kornhauser Nkonye Okoh James H. Cong Michael R Eber Neset I Pirkul Mathe Y. Mosny Jessica Blankshain Matthew M

  • 28 Pages PRT Exec Briefing DRAFT v4
    PRT Exec Briefing DRAFT V4

    School: Princeton

    Viability of Personal Rapid Transit in New Jersey Study NJ Department of Transportation Senior Staff Briefing 11-XX-05 Viability of PRT in New Jersey Agenda Background and Study Elements PRT Technology Overview and Features PRT History and Vendor

  • 1 Page Orf467F07PRT_Teams
    Orf467F07PRT_Teams

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Fall 07 New Jersey State-wide PRT Teams Gartner, Bryan Johnson, Kyle Linsky, Aaron Winterhof, Karen Hedlund, Charles Ranalli, Jayme Valdez-Vivas, Martin Gonzalez, Fernando Karfo, Justin Caswell, Michael Woolridge, Zach Kurzweil, Philippe Stal

  • 1 Page Orf467F07NJ PRTAssignment
    Orf467F07NJ PRTAssignment

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 NJ PRT'07 v1 Objective: review what was done by Orf 467F04 and Orf467F05 visit the county assigned to you become familiar with its existing land use and public transportation infrastructure Find links to any master plans that may have rece

  • 2 Pages Orf467F07L7Demandmodeling
    Orf467F07L7Demandmodeling

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2007/8 Sequential Transportation Modeling Process Basic Modeling Steps: "4-Step Process": 0. Land Use. Transportation facilities & current travel inventory 1. Trip Generation 2. Trip Distribution 3

  • 2 Pages Orf467F07L10TraficAssign
    Orf467F07L10TraficAssign

    School: Princeton

    0RF 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall2007/8 Class #10 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Traffic Assignment: Constant link costs (linear networks): "All-or-nothing" assignments Multiple path assign

  • 2 Pages MobilityChange by 2030
    MobilityChange By 2030

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation planning and Systems Analysis Fall 2007/8 How will the Mobility Environment Change by 2030? Key questions What will the mobility environment be 20 years from now? (transportation modes, types of vehicles, mobility-related s

  • 39 Pages GNSS
    GNSS

    School: Princeton

    Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) OUTLINE: ABSTRATC .1 1- INTRODUCTION.2 2- GNSS COMPONENTS..3 3- GNSS SIGNALS . 13 4- SIGNAL PROCESSING AND RECEIVER DESIGN .14 5- REFERENCE SYSTEMS . 16 6- OBSERVATION TECHNIQUES. 19 7- WIRELESS SYSTEMS AN

  • 2 Pages Orf467F04L12TraficAssign
    Orf467F04L12TraficAssign

    School: Princeton

    0RF 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Policy Analysis Fall2004 Class #12 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Traffic Assignment: Constant link costs (linear networks): All-or-nothing assignments Mult

  • 2 Pages HW3MyCityOrf467F04
    HW3MyCityOrf467F04

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Policy Analysis Fall 2002/3 Assignment #3 Orf 467 Fall 2003/4 Land Use Plan for My City Preliminary layout Due: Wednesday, Oct 13, 2004; Trip matrices are due Wednesday Oct 20, 2004 The objective of this

  • 1 Page NJ_PRT_TitlePage
    NJ_PRT_TitlePage

    School: Princeton

    Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) for New Jersey Nkonye Okoh James H. Cong Michael R Eber Neset I Pirkul By Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis, Fall 2004/5 Princeton University Prof. Alain L. Kornhauser Mathe Y. Mosny Shawn Woodruff Rachel M. Bl

  • 118 Pages NJ PRT Final Small
    NJ PRT Final Small

    School: Princeton

    Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) New Jersey for Nkonye Okoh James H. Cong Michael R Eber Neset I Pirkul By Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis, Fall 2004/5 Princeton University Prof. Alain L. Kornhauser Mathe Y. Mosny Shawn Woodruff Rachel M. Blair

  • 26 Pages Urban Goods Movement Model
    Urban Goods Movement Model

    School: Princeton

    Urban Goods Movement Model (UGMM) for Manhattan (09/07/03, Draft; Contract C000736 ) By Alain L. Kornhauser Professor, Operations Research & Financial Engineering Director, Transportation Program Princeton University Anne G. Morris Director, Center

  • 2 Pages The Last Drop - my op-edChecchio
    The Last Drop - My Op-edChecchio

    School: Princeton

    The Last Drop (of Gasoline) - Bob Checchio No, this piece isn't really about talking about the last drop of gasoline. It is, however, about standing up, opening the window and (apologies to Paddy Chayefsky) shouting, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not goin

  • 20 Pages Santiago Arroyo TRBv3
    Santiago Arroyo TRBv3

    School: Princeton

    Arroyo, S. Kornhauser, A. L. Modeling Travel Time Distributions on a Road Network Santiago Arroyo Princeton University Address: TIDE Lab/ ORFE Dept. E-311, Engineering Quad. Princeton University Princeton, NJ 08544 Phone: (609) 638-8538 sarroyo@alum

  • 14 Pages Orf467F05Lec1&2
    Orf467F05Lec1&2

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2005 Elements of the Transportation Sector of the Economy: the players, the technologies Orf 467 Fall 2005 Syllabus Transportation Defined (pdf) Transportation is an intermediate good Transportation

  • 8 Pages Lorenzo467F05
    Lorenzo467F05

    School: Princeton

    Princeton Presentation November 21, 2005 F. LORENZO LABOR COST OF MAJOR CARRIERS COMPARED WITH FAST GROWING LOWER-COST CARRIERS Labor Costs (Cents) per ASM, 2003 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 De lt a w es t te d ra n Ai rw ay s ut hw es t er ic an Je tB lu Un i

  • 2 Pages HW2Transit AlternativesAnalysis
    HW2Transit AlternativesAnalysis

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2005/6 Whats Involved in Transit Alternatives Analyses? In designing systems, including transit systems, it is important to consider many designs of many systems with the objective of coming up with some

  • 2 Pages HW2Transit AlternativesAnalysis
    HW2Transit AlternativesAnalysis

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2005/6 What's Involved in "Transit Alternatives Analyses"? In designing systems, including transit systems, it is important to consider many designs of many systems with the objective of coming up with s

  • 39 Pages 05Nov TaylorPrinceton
    05Nov TaylorPrinceton

    School: Princeton

    Planning and Operating United Airlines: Business Model and Optimization Enablers Gregory Taylor Senior Vice President Planning United Airlines United's Route Network Model Air travel is dominated by thousands of small markets where total travel dem

  • 13 Pages stations essex hudson
    Stations Essex Hudson

    School: Princeton

    James Cong Name A1 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 B1 B1 B10 B10 B11 B11 B12 B12 B13 B13 B14 B14 B15 B15 B16 B16 B17 B17 B18 B18 B19 B19 B2 B2 B20 B20 B21 B21 B22 B22 B3 B3 B4 B4 B5 B5 Type Station Station Station Station Station Stat

  • 27 Pages Neset Pirkul - Monmouth County Unfinished
    Neset Pirkul - Monmouth County Unfinished

    School: Princeton

    Name S1 S10 S100 S101 S102 S103 S104 S105 S106 S107 S108 S109 S11 S110 S111 S112 S113 S114 S115 S116 S117 S118 S119 S12 S120 S121 S122 S123 S124 S125 S126 S127 S128 S129 S13 S130 S131 S132 S133 S134 S135 S136 City Allentown Other Freehold Other Free

  • 8 Pages Hunterdon_stations
    Hunterdon_stations

    School: Princeton

    Sid HT1 HT2 HT3 HT4 HT5 HT6 HT7 HT8 HT9 HT10 HT11 HT12 HT13 HT14 HT15 HT16 HT17 HT18 HT19 HT20 HT21 HT22 HT23 HT24 HT25 HT26 HT27 HT28 HT29 HT30 HT31 HT32 HT33 HT34 HT35 HT36 HT37 HT38 HT39 HT40 HT41 HT42 HT43 HT44 HT45 HT46 HT47 HT48 HT49 HT50 HT51

  • 3 Pages Hunterdon_Interchanges
    Hunterdon_Interchanges

    School: Princeton

    Iid N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N9 N10 N11 N12 N13 N14 N15 N16 N17 N18 N19 N20 N21 N22 N23 N24 N25 N26 N27 N28 N29 N30 N31 N32 N33 N34 N35 N36 N37 N38 N39 N40 N41 N42 N43 N44 N45 N46 N47 N48 N49 N50 N51 N52 Latitude Longitude US_ID 40.62 -75.14 2 8 40.6

  • 22 Pages Cumberland - PRT Stations_ Wiggins
    Cumberland - PRT Stations_ Wiggins

    School: Princeton

    Name Type Address City State County Zip Latitude Longitude Phone Misc CU-999 Station 7979 Battle Lane Millville NJ 08332 39.331148 -75.019759 CU-998 Station 291 Beaver Drive Millville NJ 08332 39.333159 -75.044127 CU-997 Station 552 Battle Lane

  • 30 Pages CapeMay_Stations
    CapeMay_Stations

    School: Princeton

    Sid CM-522 CM-521 CM-520 CM-519 CM-518 CM-517 CM-516 CM-515 CM-514 CM-513 CM-512 CM-511 CM-510 CM-509 CM-508 CM-507 CM-506 CM-505 CM-504 CM-503 CM-502 CM-501 CM-500 CM-499 CM-498 CM-497 CM-496 CM-495 CM-494 CM-493 CM-492 CM-491 CM-490 CM-489 CM-488 C

  • 6 Pages CapeMay_Interchanges
    CapeMay_Interchanges

    School: Princeton

    Iid Latitude Longitude CMIC-303 39.1 -74.84 CMIC-302 39.1 -74.84 CMIC-301 39.11 -74.82 CMIC-300 39.11 -74.82 CMIC-299 39.16 -74.84 CMIC-298 39.16 -74.84 CMIC-297 39.16 -74.87 CMIC-296 39.16 -74.86 CMIC-295 39.14 -74.85 CMIC-294 39.14 -74.85 CMIC-293

  • 18 Pages BergenCounty_PassaicCounty_Stations
    BergenCounty_PassaicCounty_Stations

    School: Princeton

    County Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Bergen Berge

  • 1 Page BergenCounty_PassaicCounty_Shapes
    BergenCounty_PassaicCounty_Shapes

    School: Princeton

    County Passaic Passaic Passaic Passaic Passaic Passaic Passaic SP_id type Latitude Longitude US_id 1 Shape Point 41.14 -74.37 PI2 2 Shape Point 41.13 -74.26 PI4 3 Shape Point 41.05 -74.47 PS13 4 Shape Point 41.06 -74.48 PS12 5 Shape Point 41.03 -74

  • 6 Pages Blankshain-Craton CitOrf467F04
    Blankshain-Craton CitOrf467F04

    School: Princeton

    Jessica Blankshain Darius Craton 11/17.04 ORF 467 Networks 2.1 a) Graph (a) Indegree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 3 3 Outdegree 3 3 3 1 2 1 2 1 1 <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> Graph (b) Indegree 1 2

  • 11 Pages salem
    Salem

    School: Princeton

    SalemCounty,NJ ORF467EugeneGokhvat SalemCounty,NJ GeneralInformation Land area, 2000 Population, 2003 Housing units, 2002 Households, 2000 Persons per household, 2000 Median household income, 1999 Per capita money income, 1999 338 mi2 64,854 26,4

  • 3 Pages Automobile registrations 1900 2005
    Automobile Registrations 1900 2005

    School: Princeton

    1900 1905 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 0 0.3 1 3 9 15 23 24 25 26 30 40 57 74 91 103 121.6 126.6 133.7 128.4 133.6 136.6 US A Automobile Registr US Automobile Registrations 19

  • 16 Pages Orf467F07Lec1&2
    Orf467F07Lec1&2

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2007 Elements of the Transportation Sector of the Economy: the players, the technologies Orf 467 Fall 2007 Syllabus Transportation Defined (pdf) Transportation is an intermediate good Transportation

  • 4 Pages Orf467SylF07-2
    Orf467SylF07-2

    School: Princeton

    SYLLABUS Orf 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Analysis v1.2 Fall 2007/2008 Course Description Part 1. Perspective on the Transportation Sector of the Economy: Its Function, Its Players, Its Technologies, Its Policies, Its Information Sources

  • 4 Pages Orf467SylF07-2
    Orf467SylF07-2

    School: Princeton

    SYLLABUS Orf 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Analysis v1.2 Fall 2007/2008 Course Description Part 1. Perspective on the Transportation Sector of the Economy: Its Function, Its Players, Its Technologies, Its Policies, Its Information Sources

  • 1 Page ORF467students
    ORF467students

    School: Princeton

    Student ID 001609274 001496904 001681800 001596643 001754620 001583011 001619034 001594806 001513103 001666154 001522335 001670147 001757057 001565851 960039875 001623620 001638453 001658414 001735264 001665645 001729758 960054427 001705742 001618770

  • 1 Page Orf467F07L9ModeSplit
    Orf467F07L9ModeSplit

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2007 Class #9 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Modal Split: MM 5.4.3 pp282-3, MM 5.5 pp 290-303 Direct generation usage models These models attempt to fore

  • 1 Page BusRapidTransitOrf467F08
    BusRapidTransitOrf467F08

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008/9 Central New Jersey Route 1 Bus Rapid Transit Project NJ Transit has been conducting an Alternatives Analysis to provide planning, engineering, and environmental screening services focused on estab

  • 2 Pages Orf467F08L7Demandmodeling
    Orf467F08L7Demandmodeling

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008/9 Sequential Transportation Modeling Process Basic Modeling Steps: 4-Step Process: 0. Land Use. Transportation facilities & current travel inventory 1. Trip Generation 2. Trip Distribution 3. M

  • 19 Pages Orf467F08Lec1&2
    Orf467F08Lec1&2

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008 Elements of the Transportation Sector of the Economy: the players, the technologies Orf 467 Fall 2008 Syllabus Transportation Defined (pdf) Transportation is an intermediate good Transportation

  • 2 Pages Orf467F08L9ModeSplit
    Orf467F08L9ModeSplit

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall 2008 Class #9 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Modal Split Ref: Southern California Association of governments (SCAG) Overview; Mode Choice Model; (other chapte

  • 2 Pages Orf467F07L10TraficAssign
    Orf467F07L10TraficAssign

    School: Princeton

    0RF 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall2007/8 Class #10 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Traffic Assignment: Constant link costs (linear networks): All-or-nothing assignments Multiple path assignme

  • 2 Pages Orf467F08L8TripDistribution
    Orf467F08L8TripDistribution

    School: Princeton

    Orf 467 Transportation Systems Analysis Fall2008/9 Class #8 Part 2: Planning and Analysis Tools of Transportation Demand and Investment Trip Distribution Gravity Model: The gravity Model states that the trips ,(Pi ), produced in zone i will be dist

  • 5 Pages Orf467SylF08
    Orf467SylF08

    School: Princeton

    SYLLABUS Orf 467 Transportation Systems Planning and Analysis v1.2 Fall 2008/2009 Course Description Part 1. Perspective on the Transportation Sector of the Economy: Its Function, Its Players, Its Technologies, Its Policies, Its Information Sources

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