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Introduction to the Series
A Theory of Individual Travel Demand
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aggregate demand assume assumption auto mode auto trips binary choice calibration Cauchy distributions choice model choice of mode choice probabilities commodity consumer consumer theory cost cumulative distribution function daily travel patterns decisions demand function destination downtown effect elasticity empirical analysis estimates example explanatory variables forecasting formula functional form household in-vehicle inclusive price individual utility line-haul linear probability model logit model measure modal split mode choice multinomial logit normal number of trips numeraire observed obtained off-peak parameters parking peak percent Pittsburgh population price of travel probability functions probability of choosing probit procedure sample selection probabilities shopping trips ſº socioeconomic characteristics specific speed and delay statistical strict utility structure subpopulation survey tastes theory tion total number transit mode transit trips transportation system transportation variables trip distribution trip frequency trip purpose trip tables urban transportation utility function values vector Weibull distribution zero