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  • Workshop on Activity-Based Modeling of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Human Travel Behaviour
    All day
    07/09/2016-07/10/2016

    Tongji University, Shanghai, China

    Tongji University, Shanghai, China

    This course will introduce attendees to the activity-based approach to travel behavior analysis, focusing on data-supported transportation planning and operations (D-STOP) opportunities, and a number of unique elements of the activity-based modeling framework that have been implemented in the Los Angeles area and are scheduled to be implemented in the New York area. The unified modeling framework, developed at the Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at The University of Texas at Austin, the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of California at Santa Barbara, and many other universities worldwide, constitutes a pragmatic and field-tested comprehensive approach that is deeply embedded in the foundations of human behavioral decision-making. The model system, which has been extensively tested and applied in a number of settings, advances the state of the art of activity-travel demand forecasting beyond the daily activity-pattern and tour-based approaches employed in several metropolitan areas. It is a next-generation application platform that offers a more flexible solution to contemporary transportation policy analysis, offers a stronger foundation for meeting current and future model requirements, and can take advantage of new technologies and methods as they emerge.

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  • Workshop on Activity-Based Modeling of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Human Travel Behaviour
    All day
    07/10/2016-07/10/2016

    Tongji University, Shanghai, China

    Tongji University, Shanghai, China

    This course will introduce attendees to the activity-based approach to travel behavior analysis, focusing on data-supported transportation planning and operations (D-STOP) opportunities, and a number of unique elements of the activity-based modeling framework that have been implemented in the Los Angeles area and are scheduled to be implemented in the New York area. The unified modeling framework, developed at the Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at The University of Texas at Austin, the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of California at Santa Barbara, and many other universities worldwide, constitutes a pragmatic and field-tested comprehensive approach that is deeply embedded in the foundations of human behavioral decision-making. The model system, which has been extensively tested and applied in a number of settings, advances the state of the art of activity-travel demand forecasting beyond the daily activity-pattern and tour-based approaches employed in several metropolitan areas. It is a next-generation application platform that offers a more flexible solution to contemporary transportation policy analysis, offers a stronger foundation for meeting current and future model requirements, and can take advantage of new technologies and methods as they emerge.

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