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Accession Number PB2012-114424
Title Use of Dynamic Traffic Assignment in FSUTMS in Support of Transportation Planning Florida. Summary.
Publication Date Jun 2012
Media Count 1p
Personal Author H. Ozen M. Hadi S. Shabanian W. Zhao Y. Ziao
Abstract Transportation planning is based on the physical structure of roadway networks and, less tangibly, on choices individuals make about their transportation needs and use of the roads. For a task this complex, computer modeling is essential. In Florida, transportation planning often uses the Florida Standard Urban Transportation Model Structure (FSUTMS) to provide a consistency of data and approach. Currently, demand forecasting in FSUTMS uses static traffic assignment, in which properties of transportation networks, such as travel times and flow rates, are constant over time and drivers are described homogeneously. Dynamic traffic assignment (DTA) could greatly advance FSUTMS by allowing scenarios in which transportation measures vary with time and drivers are treated as individuals, permitting new levels of detail and precision, thus supporting better demand and performance forecasting.
Keywords Advanced assignment methods
Dynamic traffic assignment
Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA)
Florida
Simulation models
Transportation planning

 
Source Agency Single Entry
NTIS Subject Category 70B - Management Practice
43G - Transportation
Corporate Author Florida International Univ., Miami. Lehman Center for Transportation Research.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1226
Contract Number BDK80-977-12

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