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THE ANALYSIS OF ROUTE CHOICE BETWEEN TOLL AND ALTERNATIVE ROAD USING DIVERSION CURVE MODEL : a case study in Jakarta (Indonesia)

The 7th World Conference on Transport Research,
Sydney, Australia, July 16-21, 1995

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Oleh : Ofyar Z. Tamin, Prof.Dr.Ir., Department of Civil Engineering (ofyar@trans.si.itb.ac.id)
Dibuat : 1995-07-21, dengan 1 file

Keyword :

Route choice, Toll Road, Alternative road, Diversion Curve Model


Abstract:

Trip assignment is a step of transportation planning model which objective is to identify the routes chosen by a vehicle moving from its origin to its destination. In choosing its route from certain origin to certain destination, someone will use its best route e.g. the quickest route, the shortest route or the cheapest route.

Some factors affecting the route choice are: the traffic flow, speed-flow relationship, distance, safety and comfort. One type of trip assignment model is Diversion Curve Model. By using diversion curve model, the distribution and probability of route choice can be examined as a result of any change in cost of choosing that route. In this research, some behaviour of road users in choosing their best routes will be examined by using the Diversion Curve Model.

This study showed the result of using two types of diversion curve models namely: Binomial Logit and Multiplicative Regression model to examine the route chosen bu road users amongst toll road and alternative road. Some sensitivity analysis were also carried out to study the effect of varying the toll charge to the percentage of flows using each road.

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Abstract:

Trip assignment is a step of transportation planning model which objective is to identify the routes chosen by a vehicle moving from its origin to its destination. In choosing its route from certain origin to certain destination, someone will use its best route e.g. the quickest route, the shortest route or the cheapest route.

Some factors affecting the route choice are: the traffic flow, speed-flow relationship, distance, safety and comfort. One type of trip assignment model is Diversion Curve Model. By using diversion curve model, the distribution and probability of route choice can be examined as a result of any change in cost of choosing that route. In this research, some behaviour of road users in choosing their best routes will be examined by using the Diversion Curve Model.

This study showed the result of using two types of diversion curve models namely: Binomial Logit and Multiplicative Regression model to examine the route chosen bu road users amongst toll road and alternative road. Some sensitivity analysis were also carried out to study the effect of varying the toll charge to the percentage of flows using each road.


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