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A Doubly Dynamic Assignment Model For Regular Transit Systems

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/UT000101

Volume

49

Pages

11

Published

2000

Size

976 kb

Author(s)

A. Nuzzolo and F. Russo

Abstract

This paper, with reference to high frequency transit systems with waiting time user information and with regular arrival of services at stops, proposes a dynamic stochastic path choice model that explicitly considers within-day variation and day-to-day evolution of the system. The path choice model is used together with a diachronic network model in a transit doubly dynamic assignment model, which is analysed with a deterministic approach, as a non linear dynamic system. 1 Introduction Dynamic assignment models to transport networks allow us to obtain system configurations in terms of flows and costs when time varies during the day and from day to day (Ben Akiva & alii [1]; Cascetta [6]). Dyn

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