IR-98-021 / May Estimation of Origin-Destination Matrices Using Traffic Counts – A Literature Survey

@inproceedings{Abrahamsson1998IR98021M,
  title={IR-98-021 / May Estimation of Origin-Destination Matrices Using Traffic Counts – A Literature Survey},
  author={T. Abrahamsson},
  year={1998}
}
The Origin-Destination (OD) matrix is important in describing transportation in a region. This matrix has information on the travel and transportation made between different zones of a region. The OD matrix can be estimated using traffic counts on links in the transport network and other available information. This information on the travel is often contained in a “target OD matrix. The target OD matrix may be an old (probably outdated) matrix or a result from a sample survey. From these two… CONTINUE READING
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