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Dial-a-bus demand modelling and evaluation

P. H. Martin

Dial-a-bus demand modelling and evaluation

predictions for the Harlow experiment.

by P. H. Martin

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Published by Transport and Road Research Laboratory in Crowthorne .
Written in English


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SeriesSupplementary reports / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 154UC
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Open LibraryOL19961520M


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We present a modeling system for simulation of dial-a-ride services. It can be used as a tool for understanding and study how different designs, and different ways to operate a dial-a-ride service, affect the performance and efficiency of the service.

The system simulates the operation of a dynamic dial-a-ride service that operates with multiple fleets of vehicles with Cited by: This book comprises three econometric demand studies, together with a considerable amount of evaluation of leisure projects. The second part is concerned with the analysis of consumer behaviour in demanding leisure, and pays Dial-a-Bus Demand Modelling and Evalua tion: Predictions for the Harlow Experi ment.

By P. Martin. In the field of marketing ‘concept tests’ are performed for estimating the potential demand for a new consumer product, and this approach can be extended to ridership forecasts for new/innovative transit services. Hartgen and Keck () describes a survey based method of forecasting ridership on a new dial-a-bus service.

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pair-wise comparisons were made between dial-a-bus and minibus and between minibus and conventional bus. dial-a-bus is a term used to describe a form of demand activated road-based public transport.

a common type of dial-a-bus service is one which links a service area to a few major trip attractors. this is known as a "many-to-few" type of operation and such an operation normally has no fixed routes, bus stops or timetables. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

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