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Toward a Theory of Travel Demand Behavior
A Theoretical Model of Mode Choice
Measurement and Scaling of Attitudes
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alternatives analysis assumption attitudes attribute variable automobile avoid a long avoid changing vehicles avoid leaving early avoid paying daily Boston sample Chapter Charles Griffin Chicago sample choice of mode coefficient of agreement comparative judgement models constructed Consumer Theory continuum convenience variable Cornell University Correlation Ratio cost defined degrees of freedom determine disaggregate mode choice discriminal dispersions equation estimation explanatory variables goodness-of-fit Highway Research Record importance individual investigated Law of Comparative Likelihood Ratio Test logit long wait maximum likelihood method of paired mode choice behavior mode choice decision mode choice models null hypothesis numerous stops obtained P. R. Stopher paired comparisons perceived predict preference matrix preference scale procedure proportion matrix PT ND public transportation question questionnaire relative Reliability respondent scale values significant socioeconomic characteristics station easily accessible stimuli stratifications subattributes survey t-scores technique tion transportation modes transportation system travel behavior travel demand Travel Mode trip tripmaker understandable schedules utility