Modeling and Application of Passenger Transport Network Capacity in New Town Based on Control Indicators
mode - car, mode - mass transit, ridership - mode choice, ridership - modelling
New town, Passenger transport network, Capacity of the road network, Control indicator, Bi-level programming
In order to reflect the uncertainty of traffic demand and the orienting of planning schemes in new town, a bi-level programming model of passenger transport network capacity is proposed here based on travel choice behavior model. In the model, the objective function is to maximize the road network capacity. The saturation of road sections, the community development intensity and the public transit trip contribution rate are defined as control indicators, among which the interactive control relationships are revealed. Furthermore, a corresponding solution algorithm is also presented. At last, a numeric example is studied to verify the effectiveness of the model and the algorithm. The results show that the model and the algorithm are of highly effective and available in practice.
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Hu, Y., Xiang, Z., & Chen, H. (2013). Modeling and Application of Passenger Transport Network Capacity in New Town Based on Control Indicators. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 96, 6 November 2013, Pages 1861–1867.