Modeling Incident-Related Routing Decisions by Using a Nested Logit Structure

@inproceedings{AbdelAty1998ModelingIR,
  title={Modeling Incident-Related Routing Decisions by Using a Nested Logit Structure},
  author={Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty},
  year={1998}
}
Unusual congestion that could be caused by an incident or other traffic problems is a major source of delay for drivers in urban areas. Real-time traffic information, the building block for advanced traveler information systems (ATIS), has a promising potential for alleviating such congestion by encouraging and assisting drivers to divert to less congested routes. Traffic information is envisioned to help more informed routing decisions in case of incident-related congestion. Drivers' routing… CONTINUE READING

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