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Understanding Door-to-Door Travel Times from Opportunistically Collected Mobile Phone Records A Case Study of Spanish Airports

  title={Understanding Door-to-Door Travel Times from Opportunistically Collected Mobile Phone Records A Case Study of Spanish Airports},
  author={Pedro Garc{\'i}a-Albertos and Oliva G. Cant{\'u} Ros and Ricardo and Herr{\'a}nz},
A strategic objective of the European transport policy is the so-called 4-hour door-to-door target, according to which, by 2050, 90% of travelers within Europe should be able to complete their journey, door-to-door, within 4 hours. However, information on door-to-door travel times is scarce and difficult to obtain, which makes it difficult to assess the level of accomplishment of this ambitious target. In this paper, we present a methodology for the measurement of door-to-door travel times… Expand

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