Integrated Model of Residential Location, Work Location, Vehicle Ownership, and Commute Tour Characteristics

@article{Paleti2013IntegratedMO,
  title={Integrated Model of Residential Location, Work Location, Vehicle Ownership, and Commute Tour Characteristics},
  author={Rajesh Paleti and Chandra R. Bhat and Ram M. Pendyala},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={2013},
  volume={2382},
  pages={162 - 172}
}
This paper offers an econometric model system that simultaneously considers six dimensions of activity-travel choices in a unifying framework. The six dimensions include residential location choice, work location choice, automobile ownership, commuting distance, commute mode, and number of stops on commute tours. The paper presents the modeling methodology in detail as well as estimation results for a joint model system estimated on a data set extracted from the 2009 National Household Travel… 

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