An Activity Scheduling Process Approach to Understanding Travel Behavior

  title={An Activity Scheduling Process Approach to Understanding Travel Behavior},
  author={Sean T. Doherty},
The need to understand and forecast individual travel behavior over longer periods of time and space has placed tremendous stress on available data collection and modelling techniques. Traditional travel survey methods tend to focus exclusively on observed choices, using diary and stated preference techniques. However, improving our understanding requires more than just an improved accounting of observing outcomes – rather, travel behavior researchers are increasingly recognizing the need to… CONTINUE READING


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