The introduction to this bibliography discusses briefly the concept of modal split models, including the characteristics of both pre-distribution and post-distribution models. It is indicated that the data base used for predicting modal split allocation among the competing modes is obtained from origin-destination surveys, the U.S. Census, and attitudinal and behavioral data. A literature review disclosed that, with respect to modal split models, most of the literature has addressed the question of preferences indirectly, by focusing on the decision to use one mode of transportation rather than another. The studies have primarily been concerned with the journey to work and research has fallen into 3 general areas. (TSC)

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  • Accession Number: 00320698
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Transportation Statistical Reference File, TSC
  • Report/Paper Numbers: One-Time
  • Files: TSR, TRIS
  • Created Date: Oct 28 1981 12:00AM