Published in: Handbook of Transport Modelling, 2nd ed. / Edited by David A. Hensher and Kenneth J. Button (Oxford, Great Britain: Emerald, Inc., 2008), Ch. 25, p. 489-502
Posted on RAND.org on June 28, 2016
National transport models have taken on the new modeling methods and there have been theoretical and empirical advances in performance measurement. Coverage will include current demand methods, data issues, valuation, cost and performance, and updated traffic models. It addresses models for specific applications (i.e., parking, national traffic forecasting, public transport, urban freight movements, and logistics management).
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