• Engineering
  • Published 2004

Enhancing Rail Passenger Demand Models to examine Station Choice and Access to the Rail Network

@inproceedings{Lythgoe2004EnhancingRP,
  title={Enhancing Rail Passenger Demand Models to examine Station Choice and Access to the Rail Network},
  author={William Lythgoe and Mark Wardman and Jeremy Toner},
  year={2004}
}
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Much analysis of rail travel demand in Great Britain has been undertaken using time-series direct demand models, for example Jones and Nichols (1983), and Owen and Phillips (1987). In these models, changes in demand over time are explained as a function of independent variables that change incrementally over the same time period. However, such an incremental approach is of no use for forecasting the demand from new stations, or for other new rail services… CONTINUE READING

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