Methodological challenges in modelling the choice of mode for a new travel alternative using binary stated choice data – The case of high speed rail in Norway

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Author

Stefan Flügel
Askill H. Halse
Juan de Dios Ortúzar
Luis I. Rizzi

Tipo de elemento

Journal Article

DOI

10.1016/j.tra.2015.06.004

ISSN

0965-8564

Abstract Note

Binary stated choices between traveller’s current travel mode and a not-yet-existing mode might be used to build a forecasting model with all (current and future) travel alternatives. One challenge with this approach is the identification of the most appropriate inter-alternative error structure of the forecasting model.

By critically assessing the practise of translating estimated group scale parameters into nest parameters, we illustrate the inherent limitations of such binary choice data. To overcome some of the problems, we use information from both stated and revealed choice data and propose a model with a cross-nested logit specification, which is estimated on the pooled data set.

Access Date

2015-12-29 00:38:19

Fecha

August 2015

Journal Abbreviation

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

Library Catalog

ScienceDirect

Páginas

438-451

Publication Title

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

Título

Methodological challenges in modelling the choice of mode for a new travel alternative using binary stated choice data – The case of high speed rail in Norway

URL

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0965856415001627

Volume

78

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Citación

Stefan Flügel et al., “Methodological challenges in modelling the choice of mode for a new travel alternative using binary stated choice data – The case of high speed rail in Norway,” Omeka para Cedeus, consulta 28 de noviembre de 2020, http://pubs.cedeus.cl/omeka/document/60.

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