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... 6 Travel Demand Metrics The emergence of NMOs has contributed to significant changes in mobility and travel demand patterns across the nation in recent years (as discussed in Section 1.1)
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... Travel Demand Metrics 7   micromobility and TNCs could encourage multimodal trips that include a combination of shared micromobility, TNCs, and public transit modes. With increased market penetration of CAVs, individuals could alter travel behavior in terms of owning vehicles and considering MaaS.
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... 8 New Mobility Options in Travel Demand Forecasting and Modeling: A Guide 2.1.3 Trip Distribution An important input for the trip-distribution module is the generalized cost function. The introduction of NMOs in the jurisdiction could influence travel times and costs due to the changes in the availability of travel modes.
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... Travel Demand Metrics 9   The inclusion of NMOs in TDFMs might not meet the same standards. Hence, it is suggested that if the share of an alternative mode across the jurisdiction is higher than 1%, then it might be useful to update the mode choice component with the newer alternative.
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... 10 New Mobility Options in Travel Demand Forecasting and Modeling: A Guide 2.2.1 Sociodemographic and Socioeconomic Variables The same measures suggested for trip-based TDFMs are applicable for tour-based or activitybased TDFMs (see Section 2.1.1)
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... Travel Demand Metrics 11   comparison can focus on metrics such as the share of different destination activity types and destination distance by activity type. These metrics can be computed separately by sociodemographics, travel mode, and location.
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... Sociodemographic and socioeconomic variables Trip generation Trip distribution Mode choice Traffic assignment Trip-Based Model Average household vehicle ownership Proportion of vehicle ownership across different vehicle ownership levels Trip rate by trip purpose Trip rate by demographic segment Trip rate by spatial location (such as central business district) Generalized cost function Trip length distribution and its variation across the jurisdiction Mode share of NMO in jurisdiction Mode share of NMO in specific zones Capacity measure Jurisdiction-specific household survey data, NHTS data for the jurisdiction, U.S.
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... Sociodemographic and socioeconomic variables Activity generation and Scheduling Tour- and trip- level mode choice Destination choice Traffic assignment Activity-Based Model Average household vehicle ownership Proportion of vehicle ownership across different vehicle ownership levels Activity participation and schedules by activity type Activity participation and schedules by demographic segment Activity participation and schedules by location (such as central business district) Tour mode share of NMO in jurisdiction Tour mode share of NMO in demographic segments Tour mode share of NMO in specific zones Share of different destination activity types Destination distance by activity type Capacity measure Jurisdiction-specific household survey data, NHTS data, U.S.

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