3 edition of Urban and regional transportation modeling found in the catalog.
Urban and regional transportation modeling
|Statement||edited by Der-Horng Lee.|
|Series||New dimensions in networks|
|Contributions||Lee, Der-Horng, 1967-, Boyce, David E.|
|LC Classifications||HE305 .U683 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 398 p. :|
|Number of Pages||398|
Urban Transportation Planning Definitions: Planning: The process of working out, beforehand, scheme, program, or method for the accomplishment of an objective. Urban Transportation Planning 1. Understand how decisions to build transportation facilities are made 2. Understand basic elements of the transportation planning process. 3. The book will be of great use to students and practitioners of civil engineers, architecture, and urban planning. Show less Models in Planning: An Introduction to the Use of Quantitative Models in Planning discusses the fundamental concepts in the techniques employed in the construction urban and regional models.
Chapter 19 Urban Freight Distribution: Urban Supply Chains and Transportation Policies Chapter 20 Modeling for Public Policies Inducement of Urban Freight Business Development Chapter 21 Tactical and Operational City Logistics: Freight Vehicle Flow Modelling. Regional transportation planning develops plans for a metropolitan region. State, provincial and national transportation planning develops plans for a large jurisdiction, to be implemented by a transportation agency. Strategic transportation plans develop .
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Honoring David Boyce for his legendary contributions to the fields of transportation modeling and regional science, the chapters in this festschrift highlight and analyze state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice methodologies and theories in transportation modeling, regional and urban : Der-Horng Lee.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Urban and regional transportation modeling book Data Urban and regional transportation modeling: essays in honor of David Boyce / edited by Der-Horng Lee.
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This book presents cutting‐edge research on urban and regional systems applying modern spatial analytical techniques of Geographic Information Science &Technologies (GIS&T), spatial statistics, and location modeling.
It adopts a spatially explicit analytical perspective. IN: URBAN AND REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION MODELING. ESSAYS IN HONOR OF DAVID BOYCE This chapter on combined travel forecasting methods is one in a book of essays published in honor of David Boyce for his contributions to the fields of transportation modeling and regional science.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, and serves on the editorial board of a number of international journals in geography, urban science and regional science.
He served as President of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI). This contributed volume collects cutting-edge research in Geographic Information Science & Technologies, Location Modeling, and Spatial Analysis of Urban and Regional Systems. The contributions emphasize methodological innovations or substantive breakthroughs on many facets of the socio-economic and environmental reality of urban and regional.
This book presents cutting‐edge research on urban and regional systems applying modern spatial analytical techniques of Geographic Information Science & Technologies (GIS&T), spatial statistics, and l. The results indicated that the SD method is a promising approach in dealing with complex urban land use/transportation modeling.
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This chapter provides an overview of freight generation (FG) and freight trip generation (FTG) modeling for urban areas. To this effect, the authors discuss the literature, propose a logistical interpretation of FG and FTG, summarize the key factors for effective FG and FTG modeling, and describes the FTG models developed for New York City.
Land-use forecasting undertakes to project the distribution and intensity of trip generating activities in the urban practice, land-use models are demand-driven, using as inputs the aggregate information on growth produced by an aggregate economic forecasting activity.
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