Table of contents for Statewide travel forecasting models / consultant, Alan Horowitz.


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1     SUMMARY
5     CHAPTER ONE       INTRODUCTION
Major Sources of Information in Statewide Travel Forecasting Models, 5
Recent Research on United St tes Intercity Travel Forecasting, 7
Major Databases of Particular nterest for Statewide Travel Forecasting, 7
Commercial Databases and Fo -ecasts in Use by States, 9
Definitions of Common Techn cal Terms Used to Describe Statewide Travel
Models, 10
13    CHAPTER TWO       SURVEY OF STATEWIDE TRAVEL FORECASTING
PRACTICE
Survey Methodology, 13
Rural Traffic Forecasting Not nvolving Statewide Models, 13
States with Statewide Modeling Capability, 13
Rationale for Statewide Model , 14
Goals and Objectives, 18
Institutional Arrangements, 18
Institutional Barriers to Models, 19
Computer Hardware and Softw are, 20
Overall Model Considerations, 21
Passenger Components, 22
Modal Choice, 24
Freight Components, 28
Land Use and Economic Activity, 31
Statewide and Urban Model Integration, 31
Validation, 31
Post-Processing, 32
33    CHAPTER THREE       CASE STUDIES
Case Study 1: Kentucky Passenger Component, 33
Case Study 2: Indiana Passenger Component, 35
Case Study 3: Ohio Combinec Passenger and Freight Components, 40
Case Study 4: Virginia Freigh: Component, 43
Case Study 5: Wisconsin Freil ht Component, 47
Discussion, 51
52    CHAPTER FOUR       FINDING; AND SUGGESTIONS FOR RESEARCH



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Traffic estimation United States, Trip generation United States, Transportation demand management United States, Transportation United States Forecasting Mathematical models