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The length of a rail line that will minimize total transportation (user and operator) costs, and the threshold demand necessary to ensure that the resulting length of the rail line is nonzero are investigated for an urban transportation corridor. A density of demand for travel to the central...
This paper develops a model for sizing a fleet of containers used to ship parts from a single manufacturing plant to a group of assembly plants. Parts are produced in a deterministic production cycle, but container travel times are stochastic. Based on results for an infinite-channel service...
The interdependence of the time-dependent behavior of traffic flows and tripmakers' departure time decisions is central to the analysis of congestion phenomena. The study of the day-to-day dynamics of this interaction in the field is hampered by the inability to obtain adequate data. This paper...
The average time a driver has to wait before he can cross two major streams has been a major performance indicator for unsignalized intersections. The equations presented in this paper give an estimate of this average delay as a function of the average delay to isolated minor stream vehicles...
Discrete Choice Analysis: Theory and Application to Travel Demand , by Moshe Ben-Akiva and Steven R. Lerman, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1985, 390 pp. + xx—reviewed by Joel L. Horowitz.
The load planning problem for less-than-truckload motor carriers is formulated as a fixed charge network design problem where level of service constraints are represented heuristically through a set of minimum frequencies on links. If direct service is offered between two terminals, it is...
A paper published in 1983 in this journal by A. de Palma et al. uses a deterministic queueing supply model in combination with a random utility demand model to predict the pattern of traffic flows during a peak period. Two different versions of the supply model are included, a “basic model”...
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