Activity-based demand modelling on a large scale: experience from the new Danish National Model

Rich, Jeppe, Prato, Carlo Giacomo and Daly, Andrew (2010). Activity-based demand modelling on a large scale: experience from the new Danish National Model. In: European Transport Conference 2010. European Transport Conference 2010, Glasgow, Scotland, (). 11-13 October 2010.

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Author Rich, Jeppe
Prato, Carlo Giacomo
Daly, Andrew
Title of paper Activity-based demand modelling on a large scale: experience from the new Danish National Model
Conference name European Transport Conference 2010
Conference location Glasgow, Scotland
Conference dates 11-13 October 2010
Proceedings title European Transport Conference 2010
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Fully published paper
Total pages 19
Language eng
Abstract/Summary This paper introduces an activity-based model framework that is being designed for the Danish national transport model, with emphasis on specific challenges for large-scale implementation in terms of population generation, activity-scheduling and management of trip chain matrices. Conceptually, the model represents separately long-term and short-term decisions, and constructs different demand according to duration, geography and day of the tour. Emphasis is given to (i) the population synthesiser and how data consistency is guaranteed, (ii) the adaptation of the activity-scheduling approach, and (iii) the storage and handling of matrices prior to the assignment model.
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