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4/6/2011 1 Spring 2011 Professor James Kuo-Ann Chiao, Xia Jin Thursday 5:00 PM; RH 414a Trip Distribution The Concept The Factors The Methods Estimation, Calibration, and Validation Demo
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4/6/2011 2 Data Collection Trip Generation Mode Choice Trip Distribution Time of Day Land Use, HH Survey, Socio-economic & Demographic data, Traffic Counts & Ridership, Transportation System Characteristics Economic Development Forecasts Projects & Development Land Use Allocation and Interaction with Traffic Congestion Employment, Population, Labor, Household Short term adjustments Long Term Changes Traffic Assignment The Concept Trip distribution is the process to link the trip ends (productions and attractions) to form an origin-destination pattern.
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4/6/2011 3 The Concept The Factors Distance between the zones All things equal, travelers prefer nearby destinations The level of service of the transportation system between the zones Travel time Travel cost Service schedule, reliability
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4/6/2011 4 The Factors The characteristics of the trips HBW, HBO, NHB The number of trip productions and attractions in the zones
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