Improved Logit Formulations for Integrated Land Use, Transport and Environmental Models
Integrated land use and transport models have been a matter of interest for a long time. It is almost universally accepted that the interaction between activities is the driving force behind transport demand, and in turn, accessibilities shape land uses and prices. In spite of this, such integrated models have developed slowly, and transport policies are, by and large, still evaluated in their own terms.
KeywordsLogit Model Residential Location Multinomial Logit Model Random Utility Model Nest Logit Model
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