Passenger routing for periodic timetable optimization

@article{Borndrfer2017PassengerRF,
  title={Passenger routing for periodic timetable optimization},
  author={Ralf Bornd{\"o}rfer and Heide Hoppmann and Marika Karbstein},
  journal={Public Transport},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={115-135}
}
The task of periodic timetabling is to schedule the trips in a public transport system by determining arrival and departure times at every station such that travel and transfer times are minimized. To date, the optimization literature generally assumes that passengers do not respond to changes in the timetable, i.e., the passenger routes are fixed. This is unrealistic and ignores potentially valuable degrees of freedom. We investigate in this paper periodic timetabling models with integrated… CONTINUE READING