Modelling the Demand for Freight transport: A New Approach

Modelling the Demand for Freight transport: A New Approach

The approach utilises a simultaneous equations system to derive a discrete/continuous choice model for the choices of mode and shipment size in the intercity freight market. The method is applied to the demand for intercity freight transport using data from the US Census of transportation.

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