TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-C10B-RW-1: Dynamic, Integrated Model System: Sacramento-Area Application,
Volume 1: Summary Report explores an integration of a disaggregate activity-based model with a traffic-simulation model to create a new, completely disaggregate model.
The new model simulates individuals’ activity patterns and travel and their vehicle and transit trips as they move on a real-time basis through the transportation system. It produces a simulation of the travel within a region by using individually simulated travel patterns as input rather than aggregate trip tables to which temporal and spatial distributions have been applied to create synthetic patterns. A unique feature of this model is the simulation of transit vehicles as well as individual person tours using transit.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction: Project Overview and Objectives||13-15|
|Chapter 2 - Development of the Integrated Model||16-37|
|Chapter 3 - Model Implementation||38-58|
|Chapter 4 - Analysis of Policies and Alternatives of Interest to Planning Agencies||59-92|
|Chapter 5 - Conclusions and Lessons Learned||93-96|
|Capacity Technical Coordinating Committee||98-98|
|Related SHRP 2 Research||99-99|
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