The authors gratefully acknowledge support provided by Tri-Met and the USDOT University Transportation Centers Program, Region X (TransNow).
Transportation engineering, Transportation -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning, Intelligent transportation systems, Local transit -- Forecasting
This paper provides a framework for analyzing transit service reliability and estimating passenger demand at the time point-level of analysis. It begins with a literature review of passenger demand modeling and transit service reliability analysis, and shows how advances in transportation technologies are producing vast amounts of data that encourage the use of new modeling techniques. Differences between route-level and time point-level demand modeling are discussed. Lastly, the results of the passenger demand and transit service reliability models estimated from Tri-Met BDS data are presented.
Kimpel, Thomas J.; Strathman, James G.; and Dueker, Kenneth, "Time Point-Level Analysis of Passenger Demand and Transit Service Reliability" (2000). Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports. 7.
Published by Center for Urban Studies, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University.
Catalog Number DP00-5.