Lecture 2 Trip generation Cross-Classifi

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Trip Generation Modeling—Cross-Classification : Trip Generation Modeling—Cross-Classification CE 573 Transportation Planning Lecture 2 (2nd part) Cross-classification (category analysis): Introduction : Cross-classification (category analysis): Introduction Trip production: p = trip purpose i = zone h = household type grouping ai(h) = number of households of type h in zone i tp(h) = trip rate for trip of type p for households of type h Cross-classification (category analysis): Example : Cross-classification (category analysis): Example Situation: Zone 23 characteristics are as follows: Home based work (HBW) trip production data are as follows: Cross-classification (category analysis): Steps to create table : Cross-classification (category analysis): Steps to create table Establish household groupings Assign households to the groupings Total, for each grouping the observed trips [Tp(h)] p is the trip purpose h is the grouping Total, for each grouping the observed households [H(h)] H is the number of households observed h is the grouping Calculate the trip rates by grouping [tp(h) = Tp(h)/ H(h)] Cross-classification (category analysis) : Cross-classification (category analysis) Advantages of cross-classification Independent of zone system No regression related assumptions necessary Disadvantages No extrapolation No trip rate for cells with no observations Difficult to add additional stratifying variables Difficult to choose household groups Matching Production and Attractions : Matching Production and Attractions trip production models are more reliable than trip attraction RESULT: force total trip attractions to equal total trip productions Pi = trips produced by zone i Ai = total trips attracted by zone i Matching Generations and Attractions (cont.) : Matching Generations and Attractions (cont.) The adjusting factor to adjust the attractions Trip Attraction Adjustment Example : Trip Attraction Adjustment Example

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