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Method to Decompose Regional Travel Demand Model - Case Study of Kraków Region

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 51)

Abstract

In this paper we propose a new approach to model regional travel demand with a four-step model. Based on a comprehensive travel survey results for the Małopolska region in Poland (over 3mln inhabitants) we analysed the demand model with specific focus on regional trips. As a result, we introduce a modified model structure where long-distance trips are exposed. We breakdown the demand to four demand strata of various destination types to improve regional demand model quality. Such decomposition allows better representation of regional travel demand as compared to the classical four-step approach.

Keywords

Demand model Regional demand Four-step model 

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Acknowledgements

This paper was developed within R&D project RID2A “Trip modelling and forecasting using different modes of transport” financed by The National Centre for Research and Development and National Roads and Motorway Administration in Poland.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Civil EngineeringCracow University of TechnologyKrakówPoland

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