• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

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2017

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Poster Session 830

Transportation Demand Forecasting Poster Mega-session, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 829)

Wednesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Jeremy Raw, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Forecasting (ADB40)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Investigating the Scalability in Population Synthesis: Comparative Approach
Ismaïl Saadi, Universite de Liege
Hamed Eftekhar, University of Liege
Jacques Teller, University of Liege
Mario Cools, University of Liege
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17-00012
Stable Matching and Price of Stability in Real-Time Ridesharing Systems
PENGYU YAN, University of Electronic and Science Technology of China
Cynthia Chen, University of Washington
Zhiqin Luo, University of Electronic and Science Technology of China
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17-00580
Comparison of Artificial Neural Networks and Statistical Copula-Based Joint Models
Nima Golshani, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Seyed Mahmoudifard, University of Illinois, Chicago
Sybil Derrible, University of Illinois, Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
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17-01202
A Joint Discrete-Continuous Model of Travel Mode and Departure Time Choices
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Nima Golshani, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Sybil Derrible, University of Illinois, Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
Mohammad Miralinaghi, Purdue University
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17-01203
Travel Demand Model Evaluation: Graph-Theoretic Approach
Meead Saberi, University of New South Wales
Taha Rashidi, University of New South Wales
Milad Ghasri, University of New South Wales
Kenneth Ewe, Monash University
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17-01302
Econometric Investigation of the Influence of Transit Passes on Transit Users’ Behavior in Toronto, Canada
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
Md Sami Hasnine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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17-01480
Retrospective Evaluation of Traffic Forecasting Accuracy: Lessons Learned from Virginia
Salwa Anam, Florida International University
John Miller, Virginia Department of Transportation
Jasmine Amanin, Virginia Department of Transportation
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17-01499
Comparison of Reliability Valuation Methods for the Ranking of Transport Projects
Helene Le Maitre, France Ministry For Infrastructure Transport and Housing
Charlotte Coupe, France Ministry For Infrastructure Transport and Housing
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17-01531
A Finite Mixture Modeling Approach to Examine New York City Bicycle Sharing System (CitiBike) Users’ Destination Preferences
Ahmadreza Faghih Imani, Imperial College London
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
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17-01731
Refueling Station Location Problem with Traffic Deviation Considering Route Choice and Demand Uncertainty
Mohammad Miralinaghi, Purdue University
Yingyan Lou, Arizona State University
Burcu B. Keskin, University of Alabama
Yu-Ting Hsu, National Taiwan University
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois, Chicago
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17-01745
On the Heterogeneity and Substitution Patterns in Mobility Tool Ownership Choices of Post-secondary Students: The Case of Toronto
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
Adam Weiss, University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering
Md Sami Hasnine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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17-01879
Two-Stage Bicycle Origin Destination Demand Matrix Estimation
Seungkyu Ryu, Ajou University
Anthony Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic Universtiy
Jacqueline Su, University of California, Los Angeles
Keechoo Choi, Metropolitan Transport Commission of Korean Government
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17-01910
Considering Dynamic Knowledge Updating in Bounded Rationality-Based Route Choice Modeling
Xiaowei Jiang, Southeast University
Muqing Du, Hohai University
Wei Deng, Southeast University
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17-01962
A Multi-criteria Bus Demand Assignment based on Minimizing Total System Costs
Ali Gholami, University of Nevada, Reno
Maysam Ziaee, Mashhad Traffic and Transportation Organization
Zong Tian, University of Nevada, Reno
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17-02272
Activity Rescheduling within a Multi Agent Transport Simulation Framework (MATSim)
Milos Balac, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Kay Axhausen, Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zurich
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17-02394
A Random Utility Based Estimation Framework for the Household Activity Pattern Problem
Zhiheng Xu, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Jee Eun Kang, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Roger Chen, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
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17-02416
A Vehicle Ownership Model for Conventional Four-Step Travel Models
Guang Tian, University of New Orleans
Reid Ewing, University of Utah
Jon Larsen, Wasatch Front Regional Council
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17-02633
Robust Evaluation for Transportation Network Capacity under Demand Uncertainty
Muqing Du, Hohai University
Xiaowei Jiang, Southeast University
Lin Cheng, Southeast University
Changjiang Zheng, Hohai University
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17-02707
Biased Standard Errors in Transport Model Calibrations Due to Heteroscedasticity Arising from Linear Data Projection
Wai Wong, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
S.C. Wong, University of Hong Kong
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17-02882
A Fleet Sizing Algorithm for Autonomous Car Sharing
Renos Karamanis, Imperial College London
Ali Niknejad, Imperial College London
Panagiotis Angeloudis, Imperial College London
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17-02884
Incorporating Land Use in Synthetic Population Generation Methods and Transfer of Behavioral Data
Konstadinos Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara
Elizabeth McBride, University of California Santa Barbara
Jae Hyun Lee, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
Adam Davis, University of California, Davis
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17-02892
Testing Spatial Transferability of Activity-Based Travel Forecasting Models
John Bowman, Bowman Research and Consulting
Mark Bradley, RSG Inc
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17-02964
A Sensitivity-Based Linear Approximation Method to Estimate Time-Dependent Origin-Destination Demand in Congested Networks
Sajjad Shafiei, DATA61|CSIRO
Meead Saberi, University of New South Wales
Ali Zockaie, Michigan State University
Majid Sarvi, University of Melbourne
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17-02976
Latest Urban Rail Demand Forecast Model System in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area
Hironori Kato, University of Tokyo
Daisuke Fukuda, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Yoshihisa Yamashita, Creative Research and Planning
Seiji Iwakura, Shibaura Institute of Technology
Tetsuo Yai, Tokyo Institute of Technology
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17-03038
Misclassification in Travel Surveys and Implications to Choice Modeling: Application to Household Auto Ownership Decisions
Rajesh Paleti, Pennsylvania State University
Lacramioara Balan, Old Dominion University
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17-03163
On the Variance of Recurrent Traffic Flow for Statistical Traffic Assignment
Wei Ma, Carnegie Mellon University
Sean Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
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17-03213
Who Will Buy Alternative Fueled or Automatic Vehicles: A Modular, Behavioral Modelling Approach
Ioannis Tsouros, University of the Aegean
Amalia Polydoropoulou, University of the Aegean
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17-03219
Explicit or Implicit Accommodation of Residential Self-Selection in Modeling Vehicle Ownership: The Right Approach
Sabreena Anowar, University of Missouri, Columbia
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
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17-03430
High-Granularity Dynamic Traffic Flow Prediction Model Based on Artificial Neural Network
Zhihong Yao, Southwest Jiaotong University
Peng Han, Southwest Jiaotong University
Bin Zhao, Southwest Jiaotong University
Yangsheng Jiang, Southwest Jiaotong University
Bo Liu, Southwest Jiaotong University
Mengqiu Du, Southwest Jiaotong University
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17-03672
Using Work Location and Industry Classification Information in the Weighting of Household Surveys using Open Source Frameworks
Anurag Komanduri, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Karthik Konduri, Amazon.com
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17-03722
A Spatial Linear Programming Method for Estimating Zonal Space Use Coefficients and its Application for Integrated Land Use Transport Modeling
Bilin Yu, Wuhan University
Ming Zhong, Wuhan University
John Hunt, University of Calgary
Huini Wang, Wuhan University
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17-03819
Empirical Demonstration of Traffic Flow Estimates from Repeated Passes of a Mobile Sensing Platform
Mark McCord, Ohio State University
Rabi Mishalani, Ohio State University
Benjamin Coifman, Ohio State University
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17-03835
Discrete-time Autoregressive Continuous Logit: Formulation and Application to Time of day choice modeling
Carlos Carrion, University of Maryland, College Park
Sepehr Ghader, University of Maryland, College Park
Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park
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17-03914
A Novel Model Updating Method: Updating Function Model with Gross Domestic Product Per Capita
Nobuhiro Sanko, Kobe University
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17-03923
Modelling User Adaptation to a Campus Bicycle Share System
Cen Zhang, Kyoto University
Jan-Dirk Schmoecker, Kyoto University
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17-04112
Mobility as a Language: Predicting Individual Mobility in Public Transportation using N-Gram Models
Zhan Zhao, Via
Haris Koutsopoulos, Northeastern University
Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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17-04435
An Early Look into Spectral Techniques for Travel Demand Modeling
Joseph Flood, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Catherine Kostyn, Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization
Suzanne Childress, Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC)
Andrew Swenson, Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization
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17-04679
Large-Scale Application of a Combined Destination and Mode Choice Model Estimated with Mixed Stated and Revealed Preference Data
Michael Heilig, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Nicolai Mallig, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Tim Hilgert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Martin Kagerbauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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17-04732
Understanding Early Adopters of Carsharing and Expansion to the Whole Population
Michiko Namazu, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Don MacKenzie, University of Washington
Hisham Zerriffi, University of British Columbia
Hadi Dowlatabadi, University of British Columbia
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17-04885
Modelling Trip Generation Using Mobile Phone Data: A Latent Demographics Approach
Andrew Bwamable, University of Leeds
Charisma Farheen Choudhury, University of Leeds
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
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17-04998
Who Is Picking Up the Kid from Daycare? Understanding the Intra Household Dynamics in Drop Off and Pick Up Task Allocation for Households with Dependent Children
Adam Weiss, University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering
Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto
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17-05008
Mitigating the Error Rate of an IPF-Based Population Synthesis Approach by Incorporating More Heterogeneity into the Initial Seed
Ismaïl Saadi, Universite de Liege
Ahmed Mohamed El Saeid Mustafa, University of Liege
Jacques Teller, University of Liege
Mario Cools, University of Liege
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17-05014
Discrete Choice Models with Dynamic Effects: Estimation and Application in Activity-Based Travel Demand Framework
Gaurav Vyas, WSP
Peter Vovsha, WSP
Danny Givon
Yehoshua Birotker
Amir Mossek
Eitan Bluer
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17-05024
Impact of Site-Specific Data on the Accuracy of Volume Delay Functions
Ryley Stevens, Virginia Department of Transportation
Aidan Barkley, Virginia Department of Transportation
John Miller, Virginia Department of Transportation
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17-05161
A Copula-Based Continuous Cross-Nested Logit Model for Tour Scheduling In Activity-Based Travel Demand Models
Sepehr Ghader, University of Maryland, College Park
Carlos Carrion, University of Maryland, College Park
Liang Tang, University of Maryland, College Park
Arash Asadabadi, WSP
Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park
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17-05165
Lane Group Based Mesosopic Dynamic Network Loading Model for Congested Urban Network
Zongzhi Li, Illinois Institute of Technology
Xi Lu, Illinois Institute of Technology
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17-05192
Dummy Coding vs Effects Coding for Categorical Variables in Choice Models: Clarifications and Extensions
Andrew Daly, University of Leeds
Thijs Dekker, University of Leeds
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
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17-05203
Development of External and Truck Components for a Regional Travel Model
Matthew Stratton, WSP
Christina Bernardo, WSP
Ashish Kulshrestha, WSP
Gaurav Vyas, WSP
Peter Vovsha, WSP
Rebekah Straub Anderson, Ohio Department of Transportation
Gregory Giaimo, No Organization
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17-05304
Pricing and Reliability Enhancement in the San Diego Activity-Based Travel Model
Nagendra Dhakar, RSG
Joel Freedman, RSG
Mark Bradley, RSG Inc
Wu Sun, San Diego Association of Governments
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17-05385
A Practical Method to Test the Validity of the Standard Gumbel Distribution in Logit-Based Multinomial Choice Models of Human Travel Behavior
Xin Ye, Tongji University
Venu Garikapati, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Daehyun You, Maricopa Association of Governments
Ram Pendyala, Arizona State University
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17-05407
Can a Better Model Specification Avoid the Need to Move Away from Random Utility Maximisation?
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
Matthew Beck, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
Romain Crastes dit Sourd, University of Leeds
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17-05499
A Multimodal Trip Generation Model to Assess Travel Impacts of Urban Developments in District of Columbia
Ryan Westrom, Ford Motor Company
Stephanie Dock, District Department of Transportation
Jamie Henson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Mackenzie Watten, Fehr & Peers
Anjuli Tapia, Fehr & Peers
Matthew Ridgway, Fehr & Peers
Jennifer Ziebarth, Fehr & Peers
Niranjani Prabhakar, Fehr & Peers
Nazneen Ferdous, Jacobs
Ramgiridhar Kilim, Jacobs
Raj Paradkar, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
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17-05534
Identification of Representative Time-Use Activity Patterns Using Fuzzy C-Means Clustering
Mohammad Hesam Hafezi, Dalhousie University
Lei Liu, Dalhousie University
Hugh Millward, Saint Mary’s University
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17-05558
Does Compact Development Increase or Reduce Traffic Congestion?
Reid Ewing, University of Utah
Guang Tian, University of New Orleans
Torrey Lyons, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kathryn Terzano, University of Utah
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17-05728
Modeling Workers' Daily Out-of-Home Maintenance Activity Participation and Duration
You-Lian Chu, Parsons
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17-05740
Temporal Origin-Destination Matrix Estimation of Passenger Car Trips in Medellin, Colombia
Carlos Gonzalez-Calderon, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
John Jairo Posada-Henao, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Susana Restrepo-Morantes, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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17-05849
Development of a Future Year Large-Scale Microscopic Traffic Simulation Model
Craig Jordan, Old Dominion University
Peter Foytik, Old Dominion University
Andrew Collins, Old Dominion University
R. Michael Robinson, Old Dominion University
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17-05850
Spatiotemporal Traffic Forecasting: Review and Proposed Directions
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
David Levinson, University of Sydney
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17-05855
Combinatorial Tour Mode Choice
Peter Vovsha, WSP
James Hicks, WSP
Gaurav Vyas, WSP
Vladimir Livshits, Maricopa Association of Governments
Rebekah Straub Anderson, Ohio Department of Transportation
Gregory Giaimo, No Organization
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17-05951
Travel Time Reliability with Boundedly Rational Travelers
Chao Sun, Jiangsu University
Lin Cheng, Southeast University
Wenyun Tang, Southeast University
Jie Ma, Southeast University
Senlai Zhu, Southeast University
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17-06218
Complement or Competitior? Comparing car2go and Transit Travel Times, Prices, and Usage Patterns in Seattle
Xiasen Wang, University of Washington
Don MacKenzie, University of Washington
Zhiyong Cui, University of Washington
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17-06234
P2p Ridesharing with Ride-Back on Hov Lanes: Towards a Practical Alternative Mode for Daily Commuting
Roger Lloret-Batlle, University of California, Irvine
Neda Masoud, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Daisik Nam, University of California, Irvine
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17-06253
Endogeneity Due to Missing Observations in a Learning Model For Travel Choice
Yue Tang, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
C. Angelo Guevara, Universidad de Chile
Song Gao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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17-06323
Latent Class Analysis of Residential and Work Location Choices
Rajesh Paleti, Pennsylvania State University
Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis
Khademul Haque, RSG
Afrid Sarker, California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS)
Mihalis Golias, University of Memphis
Chin-Cheng Chen
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17-06430
Choice Set Formation Behaviour in Selecting Travel Routes: Application of an Interactive Online Suvery Platform
Kiran Shakeel, University of New South Wales
Taha Rashidi, University of New South Wales
S. Travis Waller, University of New South Wales
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17-06692
Paradigms for Integrated Modeling of Activity-Travel Demand and Network Dynamics in an Era of Dynamic Mobility Management
Ram Pendyala, Arizona State University
Daehyun You, Maricopa Association of Governments
Venu Garikapati, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Karthik Konduri, Amazon.com
Xuesong Zhou, Arizona State University
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17-06747