Multi-mode Choice Behavior for Passenger in Comprehensive Transportation Corridor

In terms of the long-distance and low-frequency travel in the comprehensive transportation corridor, choice behavior for travelers in the comprehensive transportation corridor will be researched using disaggregate model. The following research conclusions can be drawn up. Firstly, there are significant differences of passenger transport demand structure in different periods. The departure time has great influence on passengers' travel choice for middle-long-distance travel, while the departure time has few effects on choice behavior for short-distance passengers. Secondly, railways have an apparent advantage in the middle-long-distance, and the advantage distance of high speed railway is about 500-1000 km, express train is about 1000-2200 km, and air service advantage is over 2200 km. Thirdly, income, fares and travel distance are still the main factors influencing choice behavior of passengers in the comprehensive transportation corridor. Market shares about different modes can be effectively optimized by adjusting the ticket fare. This research content can provide the theoretical basis for rational design and scientific planning of passenger transport infrastructure in the comprehensive transportation corridor.


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  • Accession Number: 01607677
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 5 2016 2:43PM