THREE FAMILIES OF MODE CHOICE MODELS APPLICABLE TO INTERCITY TRAVEL DEMAND WITH AGGREGATE DATA
This paper describes the reasons why the linear logit model, a favorite tool for transportation choice modeling and other uses, is not generally acceptable for most applications if its functional form has not been demonstrated to be robust. The paper demonstrates the credibility of the model's theoretical properties and compares its results with those obtained by relatively simple generalizations that all include the model as a nested special case. In particular, the paper finds evidence of both modal captivity and asymmetric response that would make a difference to the evaluation of significant service improvements.
University of MontrealCenter for Research on Transportation (CRT)/CIRRELT
P.O. Box 6128, Station Centre-ville
Montreal, Quebec Canada H3C 3J7
- Gaudry, M
- Publication Date: 1995
- Pagination: 15 p.
- TRT Terms: Improvements; Intercity travel; Level of service; Modal analysis; Modal split; Mode choice; Travel demand
- Subject Areas: Planning and Forecasting; Public Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00726768
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Oct 21 1996 12:00AM