A multiobjective model for passenger train services planning: application to Taiwan's high-speed rail line

@inproceedings{Chang2000AMM,
  title={A multiobjective model for passenger train services planning: application to Taiwan's high-speed rail line},
  author={Yu-Hern Chang and Chung-Hsing Yeh and Ching-Cheng Shen},
  year={2000}
}
This paper develops a multiobjective programming model for the optimal allocation of passenger train services on an intercity high-speed rail line without branches. Minimizing the operator's total operating cost and minimizing the passenger's total travel time loss are the two planning objectives of the model. For a given many-to-many travel demand and a speci®ed operating capacity, the model is solved by a fuzzy mathematical programming approach to determine the best-compromise train service… CONTINUE READING
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