Analysis of mode choice for intercity travel: Application of a hybrid choice model to two distinct US corridors
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KeywordsHybrid choice models; Latent variables; Attitudes; Mode choice; Northeast Corridor; Cascade Corridor; NCRRP 03-02;
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