Traffic assignment is a set of criteria through which the demand for mobility is distributed over the links of a transport network. Over the last 30 years, Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) models have been developed to support time-dependent analyses in nascent fields that need to take into account the temporal distribution of demand and supply. In this book, leading international experts in the field provide a state-of-the-art overview of fundamental DTA research and practice, identifying weaknesses and major challenges for future research.
Advances in Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Transport Economics, Management and Policy series
Chapter 15: Pre-trip and En-route Route Choice in a Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model
Subjects: economics and finance, transport, environment, transport, urban and regional studies, transport
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