This chapter reviews current knowledge of random utility modeling, particularly as it affects empirical travel demand analysis and practical applications. The main concepts underlying random utility models are first reviewed, and the methods normally used for developing empirical models are summarized. Next, a variety of issues important in the application of random utility models to travel demand analysis are discussed. Lastly, concluding comments are presented.
|Title of host publication||Transportation and Mobility in an Era of Transition|
|Editors||Gijsbertus RM Hansen, Peter Nijkamp, Cees J Ruijgrok|
|State||Published - 1985|