- published: 26 Jun 2013
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Overview of the four-step transport demand model
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A comical weather report style view of how we plan to get around the country
This video provides details of the first two steps of the traditional four-step travel demand model: (1) trip generation; and (2) trip distribution. Under trip distribution, three methods for estimating the number of trips generated by a specific area or development type are covered. These methods include: (a) trip rates; (b) cross-classification; and (c) regression models. For trip distribution, the Gravity model is introduced, which is the most commonly applied method for estimating inter- and intra-zonal trips based on travel times.
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