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Work Journey Rescheduling – Model\ud Development Analysis.

By F.O. Montgomery and A.D. May

Abstract

Using Wakefield as a case study, a method was developed of testing the effects on traffic of several different work journey rescheduling strategies. The method consisted essentially of assigning a series of six 0-D matrices to the Wakefield network, each matrix representing the trips for consecutive 15 minute periods over the morning peak. The six matrices were obtained by firstly disaggregating the l 1/2 hr peak matrix by purpose (into home-based work, commercial vehicle, and other trips) and then disaggregating each of these three matrices by time. This temporal disaggregation was based, for the home based work trips, on employee arrival profiles by zone, and for the CV and other trips on cordon crossing profiles. The different strategies were modelled by making adjustments to the parameters of the employee arrival profiles. Other relevant papers in this series are WP 150 Work Journey Rescheduling : Report of Surveys, and WP 168 Work Journey Reschediuling : Results and conclusions

Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds
Year: 1983
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:2373

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