Using Combined Network Equilibrium Models for Environmental Assessments of Land Use-Transportation Scenarios

  • Lars Lundqvist
Part of the Transportation Research, Economics and Policy book series (TRES)


During recent years simple combined models of modal split and route choice have been applied to both small scale networks and large scale networks in the Stockholm region. This occurred 10–15 years after the development of theoretically sound algorithms for route choice equilibria (traffic equilibria) about 1975 and the formulation of combined models (market equilibria) in the late 70s and early 80s. A natural next step is to take into account also the feedback effects between trip distribution and combined modal split/route choice equilibria. Even further, the interdependencies between land-use patterns and transportation market equilibria need to be analyzed.


Mode Choice Route Choice Network Equilibrium Stockholm County Trip Purpose 
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