Multi-Period Transportation Equilibrium Approach For Transportation Planning
thesisposted on 23.05.2021, 13:30 by Meng Wu
Previous studies in transportation equilibrium have focused on models in which travel demands were functions of travel time in the current time period. Most of these models are single-period models, neglecting the time lag effect. However, the time lag effect can be a very important factor, especially in long-term transportation planning. In this thesis the geometric distributed lag (GDL) structure used in energy equilibrium models is applied to the multi-period transportation equilibrium models.