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Time-of-Day Modeling Procedures: State-of-the-Practice, State-of-the-Art

5.0 Bibliography

Abkowitz, M.D. (1981a), An Analysis of the Commuter Departure Time Decision. Transportation 10, pp. 283-97.

Alfa, A.S. (1986), A Review of Models for the Temporal Distribution of Peak Traffic Demand. Transportation Research 20B, pp. 491-499.

Allen, W.G. and G.W. Schultz (1996), Congestion-Based Peak Spreading Model. Transportation Research Board.

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Arnott, R., A. DePalma, and R. Lindsey (1990B), Departure Time and Route Choice for the Morning Commute. Transportation Research 24B, pp. 209-228.

Ben-Akiva, M., A. DePalma and P. Kanaroglou. (1986), Dynamic Model of Peak Period Traffic Congestion with Elastic Arrival Rate. Transportation Science 20, pp. 164-181.

Cambridge Systematics, Inc. (1996), Advanced Travel Forecasting Course - NHI Course Number 15254. (Pilot)

Cervero, R. (1986), Time-of-Day Transit Pricing: Comparative U.S. and International Experiences. Transport Reviews 6, pp. 347-364.

Chang, G., and H.S. Mahmassani. (1988), Travel Time Prediction and Departure Time Adjustment Behavior Dynamics in a Congested Traffic System. Transportation Research 22B(3), pp. 217-232.

DePalma, A., P. Hansen, and M. Labbe (1990), Commuters' Paths with Penalties for Early or Late Arrival Time. Transportation Science 24(4), pp. 276-286.

Friesz, T.L., J. Luque, R.L. Tobin, and B. Wie. (1989), Dynamic Network Traffic Assignment Considered as a Continuous Time Optimal Control Problem. Operations Research 37(6), pp. 893-901.

Gaudry, M.J.I., S.R. Jara-Diaz, and J.D. Ortuzar. (1989), Value of Time Sensitivity to Model Specification. Transportation Research 23B, pp. 151-158.

Giuliano, G., and T.F. Golob. (1989), Evaluation of the 1988 Staggered Work Hours Demonstration Project In Honolulu. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Irvine, CA.

Golob, T.F. (1987), A Structural Model of Temporal Change in Multi-Modal Travel Demand. Transportation Research 21A(6), pp. 391-400.

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Hendrickson, C., and G. Kocur. (1981), Schedule Delay and Departure Time Decisions in a Deterministic Model. Transportation Science 15, pp. 62-77.

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Hensher, D.A. (1986a), Statistical Modeling of Discrete Choices in Discrete Time with Panel Data, in Behavioral Research for Transportation Policy, VNU Science Press, pp. 97-116.

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Horowitz, J.L. (1976), Effects of Travel Time and Cost on the Frequency and Structure of Automobile Travel. Transportation Research Record 592, pp. 1-5.

Ingene, C.A. (1984), Temporal Influences Upon Spatial Shopping Behavior of Consumers. Papers of the Regional Science Association 54, pp. 71-87.

Jara-Diaz, S.R. (1990), Consumer's Surplus and the Value of Travel Time Savings. Transportation Research 24B, pp. 73-77.

Loudon, W., E. Ruiter, and M. Schlappi (1988), Predicting Peak-Spreading Under Congested Conditions. Transportation Research Record 1203

Mahmassani, H.S., and G. Chang. (1985), Specification and Estimation of a Dynamic Departure Time Acceptability Model in Urban Commuting. Working Paper, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Mahmassani, H.S., and G. Chang. (1988), Dynamic Aspects of Departure Time Choice Behavior in a Commuting System: Theoretical Framework and Experimental Analysis. Transportation Research Record 1037, pp. 88-101.

Mahmassani, H.S., and G. Chang. (1986), Experiments with Departure Time Choice Dynamics of Urban Commuters. Transportation Research 20B(4), pp. 297-320.

Mahmassani, H.S., and R. Herman. (1984), Dynamic User Equilibrium Departure Time and Route Choice on Idealized Traffic Arterials. Transportation Science 18, pp. 362-384.

Mahmassani, H.S., and D.G. Stephan. (1988), Experimental Investigation of Route and Departure Time Choice Dynamics of Urban Commuters. Transportation Research Record 1203, pp. 69-84.

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National Association of Regional Councils (1993), A Manual for Regional Transportation Modeling Practice for Air Quality Analysis. Version 1.0 Washington, D.C.

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Rossi, T.F., E.R. Ruiter, and E.A. Harper (1990), A Procedure to Reduce Trip Tables to Reflect Network Capacity Constraints. Transportation Research Board Preprint Paper.

Urban Mass Transportation Administration (now FTA) (1986), Procedures and Technical Methods for Transit Project Planning. Review Draft, Washington, D.C.

Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (1994), IVHS Benefits Assessment Model Framework. Final Report, Cambridge, MA.

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