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Published by The Program in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Traffic estimation -- United States -- Problems, exercises, etc.,
  • Traffic assignment -- Problems, exercises, etc.

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Statementprepared for National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council.
ContributionsNational Cooperative Highway Research Program., Comsis Corporation., University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Transportation Center
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL17072420M

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manual, (Appendix E) Friction factors X NCHRP Report , Quick Response Urban Travel Esti-mation Procedure and Transferable Parameters. Table 1 provides an overview. Quick response does not necessarily imply less detail. That is, the techniques may be applied across all the various planning contexts (i.e., strategic, project, urban. For urban areas between , and 1,, population, and the $10 - thousand income range, the follow- ing information is presented: Sosslau, et al., Comsis Corporation; Quick-Response Urban Travel Esti- mation Techniques and Transferable Parameters: Users Guide; NCHRP Report ; As described in Chapter 1, Transportation Demand Management (TDM) emphasizes the reduction of demand to require fewer roadway facilities at peak hours. Hassam, M. M. Carter, and G. V. Wickstrom, Quick-Response Urban Travel Estimation Techniques and Transferable Parameters, User’s Guide, National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report Author: John G. Schoon. Quick-Response Urban Travel Estimation Techniques. and Transferable Parameters. USER'S GUIDE. This book presents an introduction to the modelling of land use and transport interaction (LUTI.

My understanding, based on a telephone call with the MDOT staff member who did the modeling, is that the trip generation rates are based on a National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report (NCHRP) called: "Quick-Response Urban Travel Estimation Techniques and Transferable Parameters." Trip generation is the first of four models used. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. "Quick-Response Urban Travel Estimation Techniques and Transferable Parameters User's Guide Regional transportationplanning in the US: An examination of changes in technical aspects of the planning process in response to changing goals. transferable parameters in trip distribution for small and medium-sized urban areas is discussed. The proposed quick-response procedure involves an origin zone-specific, self-calibrating gravity model in which the only input data re quired are the zonal productions and attractions, a zone-to-zone travel timeFile Size: 4MB.