TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-C10A-RW-1: Dynamic, Integrated Model System: Jacksonville-Area Application explores development of a dynamic integrated travel demand model with advanced policy analysis capabilities.
The report describes the implementation of the model system in Burlington, Vermont, and in Jacksonville, Florida; the calibration and validation of the model system; and the application of the model system to a set of initial sensitivity tests.
The same project that developed this report also produced a report titled Transferability of Activity-Based Model Parameters that explores development of regional activity-based modeling systems for the Tampa Bay and Jacksonville regions in Florida.
Capacity Project C10A developed a start-up guide for the application of the DaySim activity-based demand model and a TRANSIMS network for Burlington, Vermont, to test linking the demand and network models before transferring the model structure to the larger Jacksonville, Florida, area. The two model applications used in these locations are currently available.
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National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2013. Dynamic, Integrated Model System: Jacksonville-Area Application. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/22482.
|Chapter 1 Model Implementation||17-93|
|Chapter 2 Model Calibration and Validation||94-110|
|Chapter 3 Model Sensitivity Testing||111-118|
|Chapter 4 Conclusions||119-133|
|Capacity Technical Coordinating Committee||134-134|
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