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Developing a Transit Assignment Model Considering Waiting Time Variation and Line Capacity
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Developing a Transit Assignment Model Considering Waiting Time Variation and Line Capacity
Kim, Jin Howan; Kim, Dong Sun; Kim, Ji Hyun;
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 Abstract
In recent years, the passengers are likely to decide their route on impulse due to the development of the integrated public transport system, and real-time information system. Especially, public transport fare integration in Seoul Metropolitan area, 2004 makes them not to have resistance about changing the modes or routes and their route choice is most effected by the degree of congestion. Assignment model have limitations to describe route changes by congestion. In this study, the concept of a link cost function used in road assignment and Effective frequency is introduced to describe the passengers' behavior when the capacity of public transport is over and the waiting time variation. Two situations, new transit line operation and accident, are set up to validate the model, as a result of the transit assignment by this model, the traffic on networks is not over the capacity. It is expected that this study will be of help to reflect the various behaviors in transit assignments.
 Keywords
Effective frequency;Assignment;Route choice;Waiting time variation;
 Language
Korean
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