Design of Multimodal Transport Networks: A Hierarchical Approach
The doctoral dissertation investigates the consequences of multimodal traveling for designing multimodal transport networks. It describes the characteristics of multimodal travel today and assesses its future potential. The analysis focuses on the way transport transport networks are organized in hierarchical network structures and determines the main mechanisms leading to these hierarchical network structures
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access and egress access distance access modes agglomerations analysis approach bicycle city centre consumer surplus corridor decision variables demand pattern demand responsive transport determine different network levels factor Figure frequency Furthermore grid network hierarchical network structures hierarchy in spatial higher higher-level network impact kilometres lead level network level of demand line spacing line-bound public transport lower-level network main mode maximising social welfare minimising total costs mode choice multilevel network multimodal mobility multimodal transport network multimodal transport system multimodal travel multimodal trips Netherlands network characteristics network density network design problem network speed network types objective of maximising operational costs private car private transport networks public transport networks public transport services Randstad road network road spacing scale-factor scenario Section share of multimodal spatial structures stop spacing train services transfer nodes transport network design transport service networks travel behaviour trip length trip purpose trip types urban public transport vehicle