• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1700

Travel Demand Models R Us

Wednesday 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM
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Poster
Gregory Erhardt, University of Kentucky, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Forecasting (ADB40)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Intrazonal or Interzonal?: Improving Intrazonal Travel Forecast in a Four-Step Travel Demand Model
Keunhyun Park, Utah State University
Sadegh Sabouri, University of Utah
Torrey Lyons, University of Utah
Guang Tian, University of New Orleans
Chad Worthen, Wasatch Front Regional Council
Reid H. Ewing, University of Utah
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19-00127
Deriving and Assessing Activity Hierarchies from Relative Distances in Tours
Florian Schneider, Delft University of Technology
Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology
Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-00144
A Three-Level Model for Updating the Urban O-D Demand Matrix Using Vehicle Counts and Vehicle Identification Sensor Data
Mojtaba Rostami Nasab, Sharif University of Technology
Yousef Shafahi, Sharif University of Technology
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19-00387
Modeling the Dynamics Between Tour-Based Mode Choices and Tour-Timing Choices in Daily Activity Scheduling
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
MD Sami Hasnine, University of Toronto
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19-00404
Mode Choice Modeling for Hailable Rides: Investigating the Competition of Uber Using a Non-Compensatory Choice Model with Probabilistic Choice Set
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
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19-00978
An Environment–People Interactions Framework for Analyzing Children’s Extra-Curricular Activities and Active Transport
Kevin Y.K. Leung, University of Hong Kong
Sebastian Astroza, Universidad de Concepcion
Becky P.Y. Loo, University of Hong Kong
Chandra Bhat, University of Texas, Austin
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19-01376
A Semi-Compensatory Choice Model with Probabilistic Choice Set: Combining Implicit Choice Set Within Probabilistic Choice Set Formation
Zohreh Nurul Rashedi, University of Toronto
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
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19-01465
A Copula-Based Approach to Accommodate Intra-Household Interaction in Activity Stop Generation Modeling
You-Lian Chu, Parsons
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19-01615
Suitability of Cellular Network Signaling Data for Origin–Destination Matrix Construction: A Case Study of Lyon Region (France)
Mariem Fekih, Hasselt University
Tom Bellemans, Hasselt University
Zbigniew Smoreda, Orange Labs, France
Patrick Bonnel, LET-ENTPE
Angelo Furno, Universite de Lyon
Stéphane Galland, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté
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19-01793
Statistical Properties and Prediction Models of Regional Highway Traffic Distribution
Wei Gao, Northeast Forestry University
Yulong Pei
Baoyu Hu, Northeast Forestry University
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19-01804
Route Choice Behavior Analysis: An Agent-Based Simulation Perspective
Ali Shamshiripour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Amir Parsa, University of Illinois, Chicago
homa taghipour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Ahmad Nafakh, University of Illinois, Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
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19-02036
Disaggregate Short-Term Location Prediction Based on Recurrent Neural Network and an Agent-Based Platform
Yanjie Dong, Imperial College London
John W. Polak, Imperial College London
Aruna Sivakumar, Imperial College London
Fangce Guo, Imperial College London
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19-02275
A Framework for Estimating Bikeshare Origin–Destination Flows Using a Multiple Discrete Continuous System
Bibhas Dey, University of Central Florida
Sabreena Anowar, University of Central Florida
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
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19-02351
Tracing the Impact of Macro-Economic Indicators in Micro-Level Households’ Preferences
Milad Ghasrikhouzani, UNSW Sydney
Taha Rashidi, University of New South Wales
John Rose, University of Technology Sydney
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19-02364
Direct Demand Models for Non-Motorized Modes: A Comparison of Log-Linear and Generalized Linear Modeling Frameworks
Aditya Medury, Safe Transportation Research and Education Center
Robert Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Julia Griswold, University of California, Berkeley
Offer Grembek, University of California, Berkeley
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19-03044
­­Factors Affecting the Departure Train Station Choice of Bicyclist in the Western Region of the Netherlands
Manoj Ashvin Jayaraj, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Jullian van Kampen, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Thomas Koch, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Eric Pauwels, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Rob van der Mei, CWI
Elenna Dugundji, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
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19-03051
On the Usefulness of a Combined Mode Choice-Schedule Choice Model: The Case of the Paris-Bordeaux Rail Line (France)
Minghui Chen, Transport, Urban Planning and Economics Laboratory
Stéphanie Souche Le Corvec, Universite de Lyon
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19-03066
Does Security of Neighborhoods Affect Non-Mandatory Trips?: A Copula-Based Joint Multi-Nomial-Ordinal Model of Mode and Trip Distance Choices
Amir Parsa, University of Illinois, Chicago
Kimia Kamal, Sharif University of Technology
homa taghipour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
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19-03155
An Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Framework to Incorporate the Influence of Travel Time Variability on Truck Route Choice
Mehek Biswas, Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Abdul Pinjari, Indian Institute of Science
Subodh Dubey, Tiger Analytics, India
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19-03168
Household Trip Generation and the Built Environment: Does More Density Mean More Trips?
Qin Zhang, Technical University of Munich
Kelly Clifton, Portland State University
Rolf Moeckel, Technical University of Munich
Jaime Orrego Onate, Portland State University
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19-03380
Understanding the Relationships Between Demand for Shared Ride Modes: A Case Study Using Open Data from New York City
Raymond Gerte, Noblis
Karthik Konduri, Amazon, Inc.
Nalini Ravishanker, University of Connecticut
Amit Ranjan Mondal, University of Connecticut
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
Karthik Konduri, University of Connecticut
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19-03471
Inferring Latent Activity Patterns from Household Travel Activity Diaries
Roger Chen, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Pradeep Murukannaiah
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19-03570
Modeling Departure Time Choices Using Mobile Phone Data
Andrew Bwamable, University of Leeds
Charisma Farheen Choudhury, University of Leeds
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
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19-03724
A Neighborhood-Based Collaborative Filtering Algorithm for Secondary Activity Location Choice Prediction Using Smart Card Data
Yihong Wang, Delft University of Technology
Goncalo Correia, Delft University of Technology
Bart van Arem, Delft University of Technology
Harry Timmermans, Eindhoven University of Technology
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19-04097
Enriching Travel Demand Forecasting Models with a Household Typology
Léa Fabre, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
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19-04501
A Latent Class Joint Mode and Departure Time Choice Model for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
Sanjana Hossain, University of Toronto
MD Sami Hasnine, University of Toronto
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
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19-05144
Examining Potential Correlation Among Departure Time, Destination, and Transportation Mode for Discretionary Trips: A Case Study of Shopping and Entertainment Trips
Mahmoud Elmorssy, Istanbul Technical University
H. Onur Tezcan, Istanbul Technical University
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19-05155
A Comparative Study of Methods for Capturing Spatial Correlations in Location Choice Through an Empirical Application on School Location Modeling
Adam Weiss, University of Toronto
MD Sami Hasnine, University of Toronto
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
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19-05270
Interlinkage Between Trip Chaining and Mode Choice
Sijia Wang, WSP
Gaurav Vyas, WSP
Peter Vovsha, WSP
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19-05694
Could a New Mode Alternative Modify Psycho-Attitudinal Factors and Travel Behavior?
Eleonora Sottile, University of Cagliari
Francesco Piras, University of Cagliari
Italo Meloni, University of Cagliari
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19-05764
Spatial Modeling of Origin–Destination Commuting Flows in Switzerland
Thomas Schatzmann, ETH Zurich
Georgios Sarlas, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Kay W. Axhausen, Institute for Transport Planning and Systems
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19-06011
Application of Machine Learning to Two Large Sample Household Travel Surveys: A Characterization of Travel Modes
Robert Chapleau, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Philippe Gaudette, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Timothy Spurr, GIRO Inc.
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19-03404
Adapting Old-Fashioned Travel Models to Forecast Potential Energy Impacts of New Driverless Vehicles
Di Kang, Virginia Transportation Research Council
John Miller, Virginia Department of Transportation
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19-00391