A Systems-level Planning Application of the Disaggregate Modelling Technique: Mode Choice Prediction for the Niagara Frontier Region
New York State Department of Transportation, Planning and Research Bureau, 1974 - Choice of transportation - 216 pages
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aggregation AIRDIS airline distance applied data sets destination zone disaggregate method disaggregate modelling technique district level District-Level Transit Trips dummy variable estimated home interview survey inserted Interzonal Model interzonal trips Interzonal-Intrazonal likelihood function logit equations logit models Long auto available Long no auto modal model modal split model calibration model coefficients multinomial logit Niagara Falls Niagara Frontier number of transit NYSDOT observed obtained origin zone P(LAA P(SAA person trips Prediction Method Transit probit models region Research Response Surface 7.59 response surface method response surface technique service ratio variable Short auto available Short no auto shown in Table small sample SNAA statistical subfiles suburban interchanges Sum of Deviation total number transit proportion transit trips predicted transit usage transportation traveller behavior trip categories Trip Classification trip distribution trip type types of trips urban and suburban urban interchanges URBAN/SUBURBAN INTERCHANGE values within-zone York State DOT zone pair zones in districts