Adding a new station and a road link to a road–rail network in the presence of modal competition
economics - capital costs, infrastructure - interchange/transfer, infrastructure - station, land use - planning, mode - rail, planning - network design
Station location, Road–rail network design, Infrastructure planning, Non-linear programming
In this paper we study the problem of locating a new station on an existing rail corridor and a new junction on an existing road network, and connecting them with a new road segment under a budget constraint. We consider three objective functions and the corresponding optimization problems, which are modeled by means of mixed integer non-linear programs. For small instances, the models can be solved directly by a standard solver. For large instances, an enumerative algorithm based on a discretization of the problem is proposed. Computational experiments show that the latter approach yields high quality solutions within short computing times.
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Perea, F., Mesa, J.A. & Laporte, G. (2014). Adding a new station and a road link to a road–rail network in the presence of modal competition. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Vol. 68, pp.1–16.
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