A Behavioral Analysis of Automobile Ownership and Modes of Travel, Volume 2
U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Plans and International Systems Analysis and Information and Federal Highway Administration, Office of Transportation Highway Planning, 1976 - Automobile ownership
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ISSUES IN MODEL DEVELOPMENT
CHOICE OF VARIABLES
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auto alternatives auto options auto ownership costs auto ownership levels AUTO OWNERSHIP MODEL automobile ownership decisions autos per licensed Ben-Akiva blue collar Cambridge Systematica Charles River Associates choice of mode coefficient constant term decrease defined as follows described in Section destination different market segments effect Federal Highway Administration Furthermore household level housing type dummy in-vehicle influence auto ownership inverse licensed drivers level of service licensed driver variable logit model Main Street Cambridge marginal utility MARKET SEGMENT MODELS married couple model developed multinomial logit multiple auto non-work travel number of autos number of licensed out-of-pocket cost out-of-vehicle ownership and mode parameters price ratio primary worker probability reflects residing in single RUN CHOICES service measures shopping travel cost shopping trips single family dwelling single family housing spatial opportunities t-statistic Table transit service TRIP DISTRIBUTION TYPE DUMMY VARIABLE typically U.S. Department utility functions VARIOUS LIFE CYCLES w/o children white collar zero auto-transit