## The demand for travel: theory and measurement |

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### Contents

Theoretical Contributions | 4 |

Econometric and Computational Methods | 12 |

A New Approach | 19 |

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abstract mode activities approach assume assumption attributes automobile behavior car mileage cost car travel car users car-bus car-train cent Chapter characteristics choice of mode city pairs coefficients combination commodities commuters constraint consumer Consumer Theory consumption technology convex set correlation cost difference covariance matrix defined demand for travel demand function Denoting depend derived discriminant analysis distribution diversion price economic efficiency frontier error estimates excess travel factors formulation given gravity model homoscedasticity income elasticity increase indifference curve intrinsic journey kth mode Lagrangian multipliers leisure likelihood function linear matrix measure method misclassification modal choice modal split Northeast Corridor number of trips obtained overall travel parameters passenger population predictions preferred problem proportion public transport Quandt random variables reduced regression relative disutility Research sample significant statistical substitution effect theory total travel Traffic travel demand travel time difference trip-cost Urban utility function variables vector wage rate z-values zones