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Modelling connection trips to long-distance travel : state-of-the-art and directions for future research

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Connection trips is often an important part of long-distance travel, especially for air travel. Models of long-distance travel would therefore benefit from a more detailed representation of the connection part. In this paper it is however shown that most models of connection trips are stand-alone models not integrated with the model for main mode. A handful models that integrate connection trip modelling into a large-scale transport model for long-distance travel are found and classified into different types using a typology developed within the paper. The scarce literature on connection trip modelling within large-scale systems call for more research regarding detailed representation of access/egress mode choice and terminal choice, especially regarding the trade-off between model complexity and detailed representation.

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  • Kristoffersson, Ida & Berglund , Svante, 2020. "Modelling connection trips to long-distance travel : state-of-the-art and directions for future research," Papers 2020:5, Research Programme in Transport Economics.
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    Connection trip; Access trip; Egress trip; Access mode; Egress mode; Terminal choice; Station choice; Long-distance travel;
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    • R40 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - Transportation Economics - - - General

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