Mode Shift Strategies to Effect Energy Savings in Intercity Transportation: Final Report to the Federal Energy Administration, Washington, Part 3
Aerospace Corporation, 1977 - Transportation - 280 pages
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General Total Demand Model GTDM
Rail and Bus Fare Reductions
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0are 0uel 1982 Baseline Scenario 3ail 3plit air and auto air fare air fuel allocation aircraft Appendix auto fuel cost auto travelers automobiles average BOS-NY bus and rail bus mode calibration California Corridor car availability characteristics city-pair total CN CN common carrier computed CTOL data base distance distribution energy conservation energy consumption energy efficiency energy index energy savings estimated fuel consumption GTDM improvements income increase induced demand Inputs intercity intercity travel LA-SF load factor lognormal distribution median Metroliner metropolitan areas modal split mode choice Northeast and California Northeast Corridor NY-WASH O82 3aseline population port preference factor rail and bus rail fare reduction in energy relative service path SLANO SMSA speed superzone Table total demand equation total demand model total travel transportation system quality travel demand travel mode traveler's UJ UJ UJ zonal zone