This paper reviews methods proposed for modelling the day-to-day dynamics of route choice, on an individual driver level. Extensions to within-day dynamics and choice of departure time are also discussed. A new variation on the approaches reviewed is also described. Simulation tests on a simple two-link network are used to illustrate the approach, and to investigate probabilistic counterparts of equilibrium uniqueness and stability. The long-term plan is for such a day-to-day varying demand-side model to be combined with a suitable microscopic supply-side model, thereby producing a new generation network model. The need for such a model - particularly in the context of assessing real-time transport strategies - has been identified in previous working papers
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