Demand and Choice Models of Modal Split

Demand and Choice Models of Modal Split

Mr McGillivray's model is binary choice in the two-mode case. He analyses studies by other authors and compares his own results on San Francisco data, and finds broad agreement. The effect of changing travel cost is never stronger than that of changing travel time. A mathematical appendix gives the detailed workings.

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