North Carolina Department of Transportation
Research & Innovation Summit – 2020
Modeling and Assessing the Impact of a Traveler’s Preference on Transit Route-Choice Behavior
Authors: Justice Darko, John Park
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- Considering and integrating the unique preferences of a traveler in navigation in transit networks may improve their travel experience, especially for travelers with disabilities.
- Identifying and avoiding the inaccessible areas by considering the travelers’ preference provides a more realistic solution, especially for travelers with disabilities.
- Several studies indicate the significant influence of travel time information on the path selection process, but they do not adequately consider travel time uncertainty.
- This study proposes a new normative approach to improve a traveler’s door to door travel experience.
For questions about this research, contact Justice Darko at firstname.lastname@example.org.