A combined land use-transportation model when zonal travel demand is endogenously determined
AbstractA combined transportation-land use model is proposed in this paper. Unlike other existing urban land use and transportation planning models in which a "fixed demand" for services is assumed to be known at the zonal level of an urban area, zonal travel demand is endogenously determined together with link congestion costs, optimal amounts of production and resulting efficient densities of land uses, once the transportation network is given. Some characteristics of alternative solutions are demonstrated. The proposed model represents progress over previous efforts in combining land use-transportation problems since the travel choice as to origin, destination and routes as well as amounts of goods to be produced at the optimal density of land uses are integrated into a consistent mathematical programming framework.
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