An Overview of European National Models
The aim of this chapter is to provide something of a historical perspective from which to view recent advances in National Travel Demand Models, as an introduction to the discussion in other chapters of this book.
KeywordsTravel Demand National Model Trip Distribution Disaggregate Model State Preference Experiment
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