Portland State University. School of Urban Affairs.
Date of Publication
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Urban Studies
Urban Studies and Planning
Transportation, Traffic estimation -- Mathematical models, Origin and destination traffic surveys, Camp sites -- facilities -- etc.
3, viii, 176 leaves: ill., maps 28 cm.
The object of this research is to develop a travel demand model. The model predicts outdoor recreational travel of urban recreationists for camping. The development of this model is structured by a set of methodological criteria. These criteria relate to destination choice behavior in the context of recreation travel, and analytical structures of travel demand, in addition to the criterion of model performance. The thrust of this research is to define and evaluate a destination choice function with respect to recreational travel.
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Kimboko, Andre, "A direct and behavioral travel demand model for prediction of campground use by urban recreationists" (1977). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 455.