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34 Use of the Auckland land-Use Modelling Survey in calibrating household location model Abstract
Olga Feldman, David Simmonds, Emma Richmond
41 The influence of social contacts on leisure travel: A snowball sample of personal networks Abstract
Matthias Kowald, Andreas Frei, Kai Werner Axhausen, Jeremy Keith Hackney, Johannnes Illenberger
47 Evaluating the Impact of Neighborhood Trail Development on Active Travel Behavior and Overall Physical Activity Among Suburban Residents Abstract
Shaunna K. Burbidge, Konstadinos G. Goulias
48 Passenger travel demand and road charging impact assessment - a CGA analysis for Austria and Germany Abstract
Dominika Kalinowska, Karl Steininger
49 The Continuous Cross-Nested Logit Model: Formulation and Application for Departure Time Choice Abstract
Jason D Lemp, Kara Kockelman
50 Joint Trivariate Model for Commuting Mode Choice, Work start Time and Work Duration Abstract
Khandker M Nurul Habib
53 Analysing Multi-day Travel Behaviours with Public Transit Smart Card Transaction Data Abstract
Ka Kee Alfred Chu
59 Inertia and Shock Effects on Mode Choice Panel Data: Implications of the Transantiago Implementation Abstract
Maria Francisca Yanez, Elisabetta Cherchi, Juan de Dios Ortuzar
62 People encountering disabling travel situations : personnal characteristics and mobility features Abstract
Virginie Dejoux, Aline Alauzet, Jimmy Armoogum
68 ICT and Social Interaction: Modeling Communication Mode Choice and its Effect on Travel Behavior Abstract
Pauline van den Berg, Theo Arentze, Harry Timmermans
70 Disentangling the influence of neighborhood type and self-selection on driving behavior: An application of sample selection model Abstract
Xinyu (Jason) Cao
78 Route choice behavior dynamics under travel time variability information Abstract
Eran Ben-Elia, Yoram Shiftan
87 Modeling Interdependencies between Vehicle Transaction, Residential Relocation and Job Change Abstract
Taha Hossein Rashidi
94 Information about transportation supply and environmental issues as a factor encouraging travel behaviour change Abstract
Anais Rocci
96 Inertia in travel choice: The role of risk aversion and learning Abstract
Caspar Chorus, Benedict Dellaert
107 Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Smart Grid: Investigations Based on a Micro- Simulation Abstract
Rashid Waraich, Matthias Galus, Michael Balmer, Kay W. Axhausen
120 Integrating Transit Travel Behavior and Urban Form Abstract
Sisinnio Concas, Joseph S DeSalvo
124 The Impact of New Buses on the Demand for Bus Travel Abstract
Mark Wardman, Jeremy Shires, Joyce Dargay
126 Location based services - a bridge too far for data linkage privacy concerns? Abstract
Marcus Ramsay Wigan
137 How to Aggregate Individual Preferences into Group Choice?- A Series of Modeling Comparisons Based on Stated Preference Survey - Abstract
Junyi Zhang, LiLi Xu, Akimasa Fujiwara
138 Is Trip-Making Utility Positive or Negative? - A Preliminary Examination Based on Day Reconstruction Method - Abstract
Junyi Zhang, Akimasa Fujiwara, Motohiro Uno
140 A Biographic Survey to be Compared with Past Travel Surveys in France Abstract
Francis Papon, Sophie Roux, Marina Marchal
153 Multiple Equilibria in Spatial Economic Transport Interaction Models Abstract
Francesco Russo, Giuseppe Musolino
162 The influence of motivational factors on choice behavior Abstract
Dirk van Amelsfort
164 The Effect of Work-related Factors on the Bicycle Commute Mode Choice in the Netherlands Abstract
Eva Heinen, Kees Maat, Bert Van Wee
168 Combined agent-based simulation of private car traffic and public transit Abstract
Marcel Rieser, Kai Nagel
172 A Random Heaping Model of Annual Vehicle Kilometers Travelled Considering Heterogeneous Approximation in Reporting Abstract
Toshiyuki Yamamoto
173 Exploring the connections among residential location, self-selection, and driving: A case study of Raleigh, NC Abstract
Jason Cao
174 Expected Change in Travel Behavior Due to New Transportation Control Measures in Jakarta Abstract
Hirohisa Kawaguchi, Sadayuki Yagi, Tomokazu Wachi
179 A Two-Level Multiple Discrete-Continuous Model of Time Allocation to Virtual and Physical Activities Abstract
Donggen Wang, Jiukun Li
181 Development and estimation of a semi-compensatory model with flexible error structure Abstract
Sigal Kaplan, Yoram Shiftan, Shlomo Bekhor
183 Assignment models with D-C-Logit model: the capacity of flow reproduction on real systems Abstract
Francesco Russo, Antonino Vitetta
184 A Longitudinal Household Based Model of Activity Generation: Approach and Estimation on One-Day Activity-Travel Data Abstract
Theo Arentze, Dick Ettema, Harry Timmermans
185 An Analysis of the Long-Term Changes of Cross-Sectional Variations in Japanese Time Use Behavior Using Multilevel Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model Abstract
Makoto Chikaraishi, Junyi Zhang, Akimasa Fujiwara
186 Incorporating Activity-Based Accessibility Measures in Auto Availability Model Abstract
Issa Bandali Zananiri, Yoram Shiftan, Moshe Ben-Akiva
194 Telecommuting and commute trip behavior for a sample of government employees in Tehran Abstract
Amir Reza Mamdoohi
195 The Dynamics of Change - latest results from the German Mobility Panel Abstract
Dirk Zumkeller
197 Who wants to commute more and why? Abstract
Thomas Calvert, Erel Avineri
200 How do French motorists react to a multi-annual fuel price increase? An econometric analysis based on 1999-2007 panel data Abstract
Emmanuel Francois Kemel, Roger Collet, Laurent Hivert
203 Assessing Planning Decisions by Activity Type During the Scheduling Process Abstract
Tomas Ruiz, Matthew J Roorda
206 Evaluation of Travel Mode Choice Models from the Viewpoint of Their Ability to Express Intention to Change Travel Behaviour: Focusing on Decision-Making Rules and Attribute Characteristics Abstract
Nobuhiro Sanko, Takayuki Morikawa, Shinya Kurauchi
211 Decomposing Variations and Co-Variations in Discrete Travel Choice Behavior with Multilevel Cross-Classified Logit Model Abstract
Makoto Chikaraishi, Akimasa Fujiwara, Junyi Zhang, Kay W. Axhausen
212 Cross Nested Error Structures for Multiple Discrete-Continuous Choice Models Abstract
Abdul Rawoof Pinjari
215 Travel Behaviour regarding demographical changes and GHG emissions in the Parisian Region: Past trends and forecasts to 2030. Abstract
Ariane Dupont, Zehir Kolli, Zoran Krakutovsky, Laurent Hivert
217 The Effects of ICT Use on Time Planning of Social Activities: The Experience in Metro Manila, Philippines Abstract
Grace Uayan Padayhag
221 Latent variables and route choice behavior Abstract
Carlo Giacomo Prato, Shlomo Bekhor, Cristina Pronello
237 Gasoline demand and Price Elasticities : A Panel Data Analysis on French Regions Abstract
Alain Pirotte, Jean-Loup Madre
239 Are Income Growth and Urban Sprawl Related? A Panel Data Study on French Metropolitan Areas Abstract
Alain Pirotte, Jean-Loup Madre
242 The Important of Being Early Abstract
Pavithra Parthasarathi, Anupam Srivastava, Nikolas Geroliminis, David M Levinson
245 Joint Meta-Analysis of Values of Time and Demand Elasticities Abstract
Pedro Abrantes, Mark Wardman, Jeremy Toner
249 How Different are the Attitudes of Older People to Road Pricing in Comparison with Those of Other Age Groups? Abstract
Alexandros Nikitas, Erel Avineri, Graham Parkhurst
250 Rewarding for Avoiding the Peak Period: A Synthesis of Four Studies in the Netherlands Abstract
Michiel Bliemer, Matthijs Dicke-Ogenia, Dick Ettema
256 Transport and macroeconomic impacts of high-speed regional railways: quantitative assessment of the case study Roma-Napoli Abstract
Ennio Cascetta, Andrea Papola, Vittorio Marzano, Francesca Pagliara
257 Modeling Multiple Meanings of Mental Maps Abstract
Els Hannes, Maikel León-Espinosa, Diana Kusumastuti, Davy Janssens, Koen Vanhoof, Geert Wets
258 Consumers' purchasing trips and energy efficiency Abstract
Eric Cornelis, Julien Descamps, Christophe Rizet, Michael Browne, Jacques Leonardi
259 Modelling Captivity and the Demand for Motorised Transport in Rural Areas of South Africa Abstract
Christoffel J Venter, Anand Venkatesh
260 Structural equations modelling of travel behaviour dynamics using a pseudo panel approach Abstract
Claude Weis
262 The road to happiness? Abstract
Lars E. Olsson
263 An additive risk-based multistate model for activity chaining behavior analysis Abstract
Tai-Yu Ma, Iragaël Joly, Raux Charles
265 Dynamic sequential models to simulate household behavior in vehicle ownership Abstract
Francesco Russo, Giovanna Chila'
273 Evolution of the Household Vehicle Fleet: Anticipating Fleet Composition, PHEV Adoption and GHG Emissions in Austin, Texas Abstract
Sashank Musti, Kara Kockelman
274 Large scale use of collective taxis: a multi-agent approach Abstract
Francesco Ciari, Michael Balmer, Kay Werner Axhausen
279 The Morning Commuting Equilibrium Problem in a Many-to-one Corridor Network Abstract
Qiong Tian, Haijun Huang, Hai Yang
283 Focus Groups: An Effective Component of Stakeholder Requirements and Evaluation Abstract
Jennifer Frances Brake, Stephanie Murphy
284 What drives leisure travel decisions? Exploring contextual, instrumental and evaluative aspects of fun shopping location, timing and transportation mode choices Abstract
Diana Kusumastuti, Els Hannes, Davy Janssens, Geert Wets, Benedict G.C. Dellaert
287 Values of work and leisure behind the behaviour of Chilean workers travellers Abstract
Sergio R. Jara-Diaz, Marcela Munizaga, Javiera Olguin
288 Understanding the social embeddedness of activity-travel participation: The case of frequency and duration of social activities Abstract
Juan Antonio Carrasco, Khandker Nurul Habib
291 Behavioral Freight Movement Modeling: Methodology and Data Needs Abstract
Amir Samimi, Kouros Mohammadian, Kazuya Kawamura
295 Assessing the influence of objective choice sets on route choice model estimates and predictions Abstract
Carlo Giacomo Prato
303 Modelling Heterogeneity in Willingness-to-Pay Directly: Implications for Estimates of Influence in Freight Decision-Making Groups Abstract
Sean Puckett, John Rose, Stuart Bain
304 Behavioural Responses to Vehicle Emissions Charging Abstract
Matthew John Beck, John Rose, David Hensher
306 The Accuracy of Proxy Responses in a Stated Choice Setting Abstract
Matthew John Beck, John Rose, David Hensher
307 The Role of Household Members in Automobile Choice: Does it matter who is interviewed? Abstract
Matthew John Beck, John Rose, David Hensher
309 Measuring the Substitution Effects of Non-Motorized Travel for Urban and Environmental Policy Abstract
Kevin J. Krizek, Susan Handy, Daniel Piatkowski
311 Modeling Users' Behaviour of a Carsharing Program: Application of a Joint Hazard and Zero Inflated Dynamic Ordered Probability Model Abstract
Catherine Morency, Khander Nurul Habib, Vincent Grasset
313 R-Tresis: Developing an Integrated Transport and Land Use Model System for Regional New South Wales Abstract
Stuart Bain, David A. Hensher, Zheng Li
320 Household Participation in Combinations of Long Distance Leisure Activities Abstract
Jeffrey LaMondia, Naveen Eluru, Chandra R. Bhat
324 Joint Modeling of Vehicle Holding Duration and Use with a Copula-based Multivariate Survival Model Abstract
Masashi Kuwano, Akimasa Fujiwara, Junyi Zhang, Makoto Tsukai
325 Willingness-to-pay for the low speed private transportation mode (LSPTM) system: a web-based stated preference survey Abstract
Kai liu, Yasuo Asakura
326 A Structural Equations Model of Intrapersonal Variability in Leisure Activity-Travel Patterns Abstract
Ari Krisna Mawira Tarigan, Ryuichi Kitamura
330 An Agent-based Dynamic Transit Network Model under Real-time Transit Passenger Information Abstract
Feng Zhang
336 Affective Forecasting: Improving Habitual Car Users' Predictions about Future Satisfaction with Public Transport Abstract
Tore Pedersen, Margareta Friman, Per Kristensson
338 Effects of a Trial Passenger Project on Habitual Car Users' Capacity to make a Permanent Travel Mode Shift towards Public Transport Use Abstract
Tore Pedersen, Margareta Friman, Per Kristensson
339 Children's Mode Use Connections with Independence, Seeing Known People, and Exercise: The Osaka Metropolitan Area Case Abstract
E. Owen D. Waygood, Ryuichi Kitamura
341 The Impact of a Company Car and Its Taxation on Travel Behavior and Safety: The Israeli Case Abstract
Gila Albert, Yoram Shiftan, Shalom Hakkert
344 Out-of-Home Activities, Daily Travel, and Subjective Well-Being Abstract
Dick Ettema, Margareta Friman, Lars Olsson, Tommy Gärling
350 Defining the lifestyle concept. An application to travel behavior research. Abstract
Veronique Van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Frank Witlox
351 Information and Communication Technology (ICT), the Fragmentation of Work Activity, and Travel Behaviour: A structural equation analysis Abstract
Bayarma Alexander, Dick Ettema, Martin Dijst
352 An Effective Algorithm to Detect the Similarities of Activity-Travel Patterns Abstract
Hiroshi Shimamoto, Junyi Zhang, Akimasa Fujiwara
353 Factors Affecting People's Engagement with the Assessment of Road Charges in an Experimental Setting Abstract
Peter Bonsall, Jens Schade, Lars Roessger, William Lythgoe
357 Modelling social interactions between individuals for joint activity-travel scheduling Abstract
Nicole Ronald, Theo Arentze, Harry Timmermans
361 The value of simplicity: an investigation of travellers' response to simplified fare structures Abstract
Peter Bonsall, Jeremy Shires, Stephane Hess, Andrew Koh
364 A Monte Carlo Experiment to Analyse the Curse of Dimensionality in Estimating Random Coefficients Models with A Full Variance-Covariance Matrix Abstract
Elisabetta Cherchi, Cristian Angelo Guevara
365 The Impact of Labor Immigration, GDP Development, and Low Cost Carriers on Tourism Arrivals: The Norwegian Experience Abstract
Jon Martin Denstadli, Jon Inge Lian
366 Car-use, Satisfaction with Travel and Subjective Well-Being Abstract
Cecila Jakobsson-Bergstad, Lars E. Olsson, Amelie Gamble, Tommy Garling
367 Issues and Challenges in Freight Travel Forecast Modeling Abstract
Oliver P Jayaprakash ME.,, K Dr.Gunasekaran,ME.,Ph.D., M Muthukannan,ME.,
368 Effects of In-Vehicle Real-Time Traffic Safety Warning Information: An Evaluation based on Drivers' Short-Term Memory and Driving Experience Abstract
Won Chul Kim, Junyi Zhang, Akimasa Fujiwara
371 The relationship between air travel behaviour and the key life stages of having children and entering retirement Abstract
Lisa Davison, Tim Ryley
372 The Research on Lifestyle and Mobility-what are the results? Abstract
Konrad Goetz
382 Travel Time Reliability Across Time: Causes and Valuations Abstract
Joel P. Franklin, Anders Karlström
398 Planning Time Horizon of Activities and Activity Attributes Abstract
Kelly Van Bladel, Tom Bellemans, Davy Janssens, Geert Wets
399 Integrating Parking Behaviour in Activity-Based Travel Demand Modelling: Investigation of the Relationship between Parking Type Choice and Activity Scheduling Process Abstract
Khandker M. Nurul Habib, Catherine Morency, Martin Trepanier
402 Exploring Word-of-Mouth Influences on Travel Behaviour: Applications in the field of advanced traveller information Abstract
Caroline Bartle
404 Travel Behaviour in the Arabian Emirates - Findings from Household Travel Surveys and Comparison to Western Patterns Abstract
Bernhard Fell, Martin Snethlage, Thomas Haupt
407 How to measure the Quality of Transport Behaviour Model Results? A proposal for standardized quality indicators to evaluate the accuracy of results of transport modelling Abstract
Gerd Sammer, Oliver Roider, Elisabeth Raser
409 Estimating the Parameters of a Dynamic Need-Based Activity Generation Model Abstract
Linda Nijland, Theo Arentze, Harry Timmermans
411 An examination of household travel behaviour survey methods that incorporate stated choice experiments Abstract
Tim Ryley, Lisa Davison
421 A model for spatially embedded social networks Abstract
Johannes Illenberger, Gunnar Flötteröd, Kai Nagel
424 Modeling Departure Time Choice with Stochastic Networks Abstract
Li Hao, Bliemer Michiel, Bovy Piet
428 Analysing the long term sustainability of land use and transport patterns in Stockholm Abstract
R. Daniel Jonsson
429 Applying different choice experiment contexts to value the environmental cost of air pollution in Athens Abstract
Petros Vythoulkas, Apostolos Garafas
430 An Experimental Study of Happiness and Travel Behavior Modification Abstract
Maya Abou-Zeid, Moshe Ben-Akiva
432 Geospatial Modeling and Visualization of Population Dynamics for Energy and Environmental Analyses Abstract
Budhendra Bhaduri, Cheng Liu, James Nutaro, Oscar Franzese
433 Revealing the role of psychological factors into the choice mode process using a structural equation approach Abstract
Camila Paz Galdames, Alejandro M. Tudela
435 Identifying the Value of Time distribution - Evidence from the Swedish Value of Time Study 2008 Abstract
Maria Magdalena Boerjesson, Staffan Algers, Mogens Fosgerau
436 People don't use the shortest path Abstract
Shanjiang Zhu, David Levinson
438 Model-based Optimal Evacuation Planning anticipating Traveler Compliance Behavior Abstract
Adam Pel, Olga Huibregtse, Serge Hoogendoorn, Michiel Bliemer
444 Travel and activity time allocation: an empirical comparison between cities in Europe Abstract
Charles Raux, Tai-Yu Ma, Iragael Joly, Vincent Kaufmann, Eric Cornelis
446 Faster and More Efficient Mixed Logit Models through Generalized Antithetic Draws and Double Base Shuffling Abstract
Karthik Srinivasan, Raghuprasad S
448 Modeling Route Choice Behavior From Smart-phone GPS data Abstract
Jeffrey Newman, Jingmin Chen, Michel Bierlaire
457 Identifying the socio-economic characteristics of CO2 emitters in the Greater Dublin Area Abstract
Brian Caulfield, David McNamara
459 Experimental Design Influences on Stated Choice Outputs: An Empirical Study in Air Travel Choice Abstract
Michiel CJ Bliemer, John M Rose, Reinier Beelaerts van Blokland
462 Sample optimality in the design of stated choice experiments Abstract
John M Rose, Michiel CJ Bliemer
465 Methodology for an integrated modelling of macro and microscopic processes in urban transport demand Abstract
Andreas Justen, Barbara Lenz, Francisco Martínez, Cristian Cortés
468 Advantages of latent class choice models over continuous Mixed Logit models Abstract
Stephane Hess, Moshe Ben-Akiva, Dinesh Gopinath, Joan Walker
472 The role of different paradigms in shaping the international transport research and policy agendas over the last 50 years Abstract
Peter Malcolm Jones
474 The Effect of Household Size and Structure on Travel/Activity Patterns: Exploration of Household Travel Time Budget Abstract
Erel Avineri
476 Travel Behavior Dynamics from a Lifespan Development Perspective Abstract
Konstadinos Goulias
477 Land Use Change through Microsimulation of Market Dynamics: An Agent-based Model of Land Development and Locator Bidding in Austin, Texas Abstract
Bin (Brenda) Zhou, Kara Kockelman
478 Need-Based Activity Planning in an Agent-Based Environment Abstract
David Charypar
483 Modeling Intention and Acquisition of ATIS Abstract
Athena Tsirimpa, Amalia Polydoropoulou
485 Microsimulating Housing Demand Abstract
Mummad Ahsanul Habib, Eric John Miller
490 An investigation into the travel behaviour of cohabiting couple families Abstract
Helena Titheridge
491 Dealing with large number of travel modes in stated preference surveys Abstract
Charisma Farheen Choudhury, Lang Yang, Joao Abreu, Moshe Ben-Akiva
493 Will a bicycle friendly policy make passenger travel sustainable? Abstract
Linda Christensen, Thomas Jensen
495 A Microsimulation Housing Market Clearing Model Abstract
Eric John Miller, Bilal Farooq, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib
496 Activity Planning Processes in the ADAPTS Activity-Based Modeling Framework Abstract
Joshua A Auld, Abolfazl Mohammadian
498 Generating twins to build weekly time use data from a one day OD survey Abstract
Marcela Munizaga, Sergio Jara-Diaz, Javiera Olguin, Jorge Rivera
503 Linking An Activity-Based Travel Demand Model with Emission, Dispersion, and Population Exposure Models for Appraisal of Strategic Transport Plans Abstract
Marianne Hatzopoulou, Eric Miller
506 Passengers' valuations of accessibility of public transport Abstract
Nils Fearnley, Marit Killi, Merethe Dotterud Leiren, Farideh Ramjerdi, se Nossum, Stefan Flgel
508 Exploring structural and psychological determinants of travel mode choice Abstract
Gabriela Beirao, José Cabral Sarsfield Cabral
510 Assessing public transport demand stability using mode choice and quality service data Abstract
Marcela Munizaga, Pablo Bass, Pedro Donoso
511 Effect analysis of changes in travel behavior: Real world case studies with a large-scale micro-simulation Abstract
Michael Balmer, David Charypar, Andreas Horni, Konrad Meister, Francesco Ciari, Kay W. Axhausen
514 A Preliminary Study of Traveler's Decision Making Processes Focusing on the Reference Points Utilized for Value Judgment Abstract
Shinya Kurauchi, Hokuto Kira, Takayuki Morikawa
515 Time-Space Interactions in Quebec City and Strasbourg: Exploring the Decision Styles of Travellers Abstract
Martin Lee-Gosselin, Thierry Ramadier, Christophe Enaux, Luis Mirando-Moreno, Pierre Rondier
517 Activity and Tour travel behaviour: Evidence from Great Britain National Travel Survey Abstract
Siamak Khorgami
518 The Effect of Personal Cap-And-Trade Mileage Policies on Individual Activity-Travel Patterns Abstract
Italo Meloni, Erika Spissu, Alessandro Portoghese, Naveen Eluru, Chandra Bhat
520 Accommodating Supply Chain Structure in Models of Freight Mode Choice Abstract
John William Polak, Kriangkrai Arunotayanun
521 A Copula-Based Joint Multinomial Discrete-Ordered Model of Commuting Mode Choice and Number of Non-Work Stops During the Commute Abstract
Alessandro Portoghese, Erika Spissu, Naveen Eluru, Chandra Bhat, Italo Meloni
522 An Activity Production Approach to Modelling the Demand for Mobile eCommerce Services Abstract
John William Polak, Yunlei Hu
527 Suburban car drivers and bridge selection: a dumb affair about equilibrium theory Abstract
Tim Spurr, Robert Chapleau
529 Unravelling the social, urban, and time-space context of activity-travel behaviour: Results from a social network data collection experience Abstract
Juan Antonio Carrasco
530 The Relative Importance of Individual Differences, Past History, and Current Circumstances for Travel Mode Choices Abstract
Kiron Chatterjee
531 Latency and Endogeneity in Choice Set Formation: An Analysis using Panel Data Abstract
Aruna Sivakumar, John Polak
533 Analyzing mobility biographies with the life course calendar: Evaluation of a quantitative instrument for collecting retrospective longitudinal data Abstract
Robert Schoenduwe, Michel G Mueller, Anja Peters, Martin Lanzendorf
535 Studying the Impact of Changes to the Street Environment on Residents' Travel Behaviour, Street Activity and Interaction with Neighbours: The Case of Home Zones in England and Wales Abstract
Kiron Chatterjee
541 Pinpointing final destinations of the Friday afternoon rush on the Tallinn-Tartu highway in Estonia using mobile positioning data Abstract
Rein Ahas, Erki Saluveer, Olle Järv
543 Impact of individual accessibility on travel behavior and its propagation through intra-household interaction Abstract
Seo Youn Yoon
544 Accounting for route overlap in urban and suburban route choice decisions derived from GPS observations Abstract
Nadine Schuessler, Kay Werner Axhausen
546 Mobility and Labor Markets: A Dynamic Microsimulation Abstract
Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, Lei Tang, Shashi Menchu, Siim Soot
548 Evaluating Methodologies to Address Non iid errors in Discrete Choice Models of Residential Choice Abstract
Cristian Angelo Guevara, Moshe E Ben-Akiva
549 Synthetic Population Generation: A Heuristic Data-Fitting Approach and Validations Abstract
Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan, Lu Ma
550 Behavioral calibration of a large-scale travel behavior microsimulation Abstract
Kai Nagel, Gunnar Flötteröd, Yu Chen, Marcel Rieser
551 Policy evaluation in multi-agent transport simulations considering income-dependent user preferences Abstract
Dominik Grether, Benjamin Kickhöfer, Kai Nagel
552 Travel Behavior Changes Resulting from Temporary Freeway Closures: An Empirical Investigation from Northern California Abstract
Giovanni Circella, Patricia L Mokhtarian
555 Estimation strategies for mixed logit models Abstract
Fabian Bastin, Cinzia Cirillo, Pierre L'Ecuyer, Bruno Tuffin
556 A conceptual framework for agent-based modelling of logistics services Abstract
Matthew John Roorda, Rinaldo Cavalcante, Stephanie McCabe, Helen Kwan
557 Learning-based Departure Time and Path Choice Modelling for Transit Assignment under Information Provision: A Theoretical Framework Abstract
Mohamed Medhat Wahba, Amer Shalaby
558 Large-Scale Application of MILATRAS: Case Study of the Toronto Transit Network Abstract
Mohamed Medhat Wahba, Amer Shalaby
561 Understanding the Activity-Travel Patterns of the Elderly in the Context of Social Exclusion and Safety Concerns Abstract
Karthik Konduri, Ram Pendyala
563 An Evolutionary Model of Population Synthesis that Controls for Household and Person-Level Attribute Distributions Abstract
Bhargava Sana, Karthik Konduri, Ram M. Pendyala, Xin Ye, Paul Waddell
564 Integrated Modeling of the Urban Built Environment and Activity-Travel Behavior in Complex Multimodal Networks: Conceptual Framework, Model Design, and Operational Procedures Abstract
Ram M. Pendyala, Paul Waddell, Yi‐Chang Chiu, Mark Hickman
565 A GPS-based Route Choice Analysis under Mixed Traffic and Roadway Conditions in a Developing Country Abstract
Karthik Srinivasan, Sasanka Gandavarapu
568 Congestion, risk aversion and the value of information Abstract
Andre JL de Palma, Robin Lindsey, Nathalie Picard
569 A Study of the Inter-Relationship Between Parents' and Children's Physical Activity Participation Frequency Abstract
Ipek Nese Sener, Naveen Eluru, Chandra R. Bhat
572 Development of a multi-class bicyclist route choice model using revealed preference data Abstract
John Paul Gliebe, Joseph Broach, Jennifer Dill
573 Modeling illegal on-street parking behavior - RP/SP approach - Abstract
Yasunori Muromachi
589 Cross-mode variations in VTTS estimates: Evidence from Norway Abstract
Ioannis Tikoudis, Stefan Fgel , Farideh - Ramjerdi
591 Another study of variability of travel time Abstract
Hanne Samstad, Farideh - Ramjerdi, Marit Killi
596 Analyzing the activity spaces of low-income teenagers: how do they perceive the spaces where activities are carried out? Abstract
Talia Melanie McCray
606 The Activity Spaces of Moroccan Muslims in Boston USA Abstract
Pat Burnett
610 Residential location preferences and relative power in three-member households: a choice experiment Abstract
Edoardo Marcucci, Romeo Danielis, Lucia Rotaris, Amanda Bloomberg Stathopoulos
630 A delivery approach modeling for urban freight restocking Abstract
Agostino Nuzzolo, Umberto Crisalli, Antonio Comi
657 An Empirical Study of Nested Logit Behavioral Model Estimation Abstract
Ramachandran Balakrishna, Srinivasan Sundaram, Howard Slavin
659 Optimal design of choice experiments in a stated preference context. The role of fatigue and learning Abstract
Alejandro M. Tudela
660 Why Are You Commuting Such a Long Distance? A Case of Bullet Train Commuters in Tokyo Abstract
Nobuaki Ohmori, Sadayasu Aono, Noboru Harata
661 Incorporating residential mobility into residence location choice model in a microsimulation context Abstract
Brian Ho-Yin Lee, Paul Waddell
667 Behavior Modeling for Dynamic Routing under No-notice Mass Evacuation Abstract
Srinivas Peeta, Yu-Ting Hsu
670 Forecasting Access/Egress Walk Trips to Transit Due to Upgraded Pedestrian Facilities like Skywalks Abstract
M Mahadev, Tom V Mathew
674 Persuasive communication to change destination choice behavior in shopping trips Abstract
Haruna Suzuki, Satoshi Fujii
675 Do Values Determine Cooperative Travel Behavior? Abstract
Satoshi Fujii
678 Shopping trip frequency and duration in Canada: An analysis of personal trends based on the General Social Surveys of 1998 and 2005 Abstract
Julien Bonin, Antonio Paez, Khandker Habib
696 Mostly mobile - social trends, time use and mobility; insights from the Netherlands Abstract
Lucas Harms
697 Multimodal Transport System for Delhi: Policy Based Analysis Abstract
Pawan Kumar, S.Y. Kulkarni, M. Parida
698 Modelling and Forecasting of Passenger Ridership for Integrated Transit System in Delhi Abstract
Ami Shah, M. Parida, S.S. Jain