The determinants of travel demand between rail stations: A direct transit demand model using multilevel analysis for the Washington D.C. Metrorail system

@inproceedings{Iseki2018TheDO,
  title={The determinants of travel demand between rail stations: A direct transit demand model using multilevel analysis for the Washington D.C. Metrorail system},
  author={Hiroyuki Iseki and Chao Liu and Gerrit Knaap},
  year={2018}
}
Transit demand models have become indispensable tools for transit planners and mangers in the 21st century. By quantifying the relationship between transit ridership, the cost of travel, the character of the built environment, and the socio-economic characteristics of riders, such models enable transit planners and managers to make more informed decisions regarding transit routes, levels of service, transit fares, transit oriented development (TOD) and other transit supply parameters. Direct… CONTINUE READING

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