A Rank-Dependent Expected Utility Model for Strategic Route Choice with Stated Preference Data

@inproceedings{Razo2011ARE,
  title={A Rank-Dependent Expected Utility Model for Strategic Route Choice with Stated Preference Data},
  author={Michael Razo and Song Gao},
  year={2011}
}
Route choice behavior under real-time traffic information n eeds to be adequately modeled for the proper analysis of a transportatio n system in the presence of Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS). This paper focuses on strategic route choice, where a traveler is able to p lan ahead for traffic information that s/he will receive in the future. A st ated preference (SP) survey was conducted with interactive maps showing two types of networks with risky travel times, one type eliciting… CONTINUE READING

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