Review of RAND Europe's Transport Demand Model Systems

by James Fox, Andrew Daly, Hugh Gunn


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This report describes six major transport demand modeling systems that have been developed by RAND Europe for sponsors in six different countries. The models allow a wide range of urban and regional transport policy options to be analyzed and are developed using a common approach but with considerable adaptation to local circumstances. The structure of the models and the principles on which they are based are described and compared.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One


  • Chapter Two

    Characteristics of Model Systems

  • Chapter Three

    Landelij K Model Systeem (LMS)

  • Chapter Four

    Norwegian Model System

  • Chapter Five

    Paris Model System

  • Chapter Six

    Copenhagen Model System (OTM)

  • Chapter Seven

    Stockholm Model System

  • Chapter Eight

    Sydney Model System (STM)

  • Chapter Nine


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