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tmc_Solution2A - ENGR 13200 Sample 2A Sample 2A TO: Ollie...

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ENGR 13200 Sample 2A Sample 2A TO: Ollie Fiji, Executive Director, E3 Trans Consultants From: Team #25 RE: Student Travel Mode Choice Mr. Fiji, our group has determined that the solution the Planners Group required is a procedure to accurately determine which mode of transportation a student will take. This will allow your planners to effectively update the transportation infrastructure over the next ten years of growth. Our procedure will use a combination of factors, including whether or not the student has a car, and the times that walking, driving, or bus would take. For this procedure, we must assume a few things. First, we must assume that if a student says they have no car, they have no access to a car, making driving not an option. Also, we must assume that the times listed are approximate times, and no additional walking time needs to be added to the drive or bus times. First, our procedure requires the Planners Group to look at whether or not a student has a car. If not, see steps #1-2. If so, please skip to step #3. 1. If the student does not have a car, that means the student is limited to either walking or taking the bus. So, in accordance with this, we will disregard the data points related to driving, such as vehicle cost and vehicle time. First, check the frequency of the bus. If the frequency of the bus is greater than the time of the bus, which is common, follow steps 1a-1d. If the frequency of the
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course ENGR 132 taught by Professor Kutson during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.

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