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Journal of Transportation and StatisticsVolume 5 Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics - Volume 5, Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics
Volume 5 Number 1

2002
ISSN 1094-8848

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Entire Report
Editorial Board
Contributors
Front Matter
Paper 1 - Statistically-Based Validation of Computer Simulation Models in Traffic Operations and Management by Jerome Sacks, Nagui M. Rouphail, Byungkyu (Brian) Park and Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah
Table 1 - Comparison of Throughput on Internal Network (vehicles per hour)
Table 2 - Comparison of Throughput on Selected Key Links (vehicles per hour)
Table 3 - Comparison of Stop Rates on Key Links
Table 4 - Comparison of Key-Links STVS (stop time per vehicle stopped)
Table 5 - Field-Measured Throughput Comparison at Key Links
Table 6 - Comparison of Stop Rates on Key-Links
Table 7 - Comparison of STVS (stop time per vehicle stopped)
Table 8 - Δ CORSIM Compared with Δ Field
Table 9 - LOS Designation in the Highway Capacity Manual (1994)
Figure 1 - Test Bed Network
Figure 2 - Link Throughput at Eastbound Ohio/LaSalle (8-9 AM)
Figure 3 - Link Throughput at Westbound Grand/Wells (5-6 PM)
Figure 4 - Comparison of CORSIM with Field Variation (Eastbound Ohio at LaSalle, Morning Peak)
Figure 5 - CORSIM Variation vs. Field (Eastbound Ohio at LaSalle, Morning Peak)
Figure 6 - Link STVS at Southbound LaSalle/Ohio
Figure 7 - Link STVS at Northbound LaSalle/Ontario
Discussion: Laurence R. Rilett and Clifford H. Spiegelman
Discussion: Max D. Morris
Rejoinder: Jerome Sacks, Nagui M. Rouphail, Byungkyu (Brian) Park and Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah
Paper 2 - Road Capacity and the Allocation of Time by David M. Levinson and Seshasai Kanchi
Table 1 - Summary of Data Analysis Adopted for the 1990 and 1995 NPTS
Table 2 - Time-Use Comparisons for 1990 and 1995 Data
Table 3 - Summary of 1990 Time Use for Different Characteristics of Individuals
Table 4 - Summary of 1995 Time Use for Different Characteristics of Individuals
Table 5 - Elasticity of Time with Respect to Capacity
Table A1 - Coefficients from the Estimated Model of 1990 Time-Use Behavior
Table A2 - Model for Change in Time Use Between 1990 and 1995: Workers
Table A3 - Model for Change in Time Use Between 1990 and 1995: Nonworkers
Figure 1 - Activity Duration Calculations
Figure 2 - Daily Travel and Activity Time Production Function
Paper 3 - Using Nonparametric Tests To Evaluate Traffic Forecasting Performance by Stephen D. Clark and Susan M. Grant-Muller and Haibo Chen
Table 1 - Statistical Performance of the Four Forecasting Methods
Figure 1 - Location of Test Sites on the London Orbital Motorway (M25), England
Figure 2 - Typical Daily Flow Profile at Site 4762A
Paper 4 - The Impacts of Bypasses on Small- and Medium-Sized Communities: An Econometric Analysis by Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan and Kara Maria Kockelman
Table 1 - Sample Characteristics
Table 2 - One-Way SUR Model for Per Capita Retail Sales
Table 3 - One-Way SUR Model for Per Capita Sales in Gasoline Service Stations
Table 4 - One-Way SUR Model for Per Capita Sales in Eating and Drinking Places
Table 5 - One-Way SUR Model for Per Capita Sales in Service Industries
Table 6 - Error Correlations Across Equations
Table 7 - OLS Model for Percentage Traffic Split
Figure 1 - Plot of the Impact Measure as a Function of Per Capita Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT)
Paper 5 - Rounding of Arrival and Departure Times in Travel Surveys: An Interpretation in Terms of Scheduled Activities by Piet Rietveld
Table 1 - Probability of Rounding the Actual Time of Departure m by a Respondent to the Nearest Multiple of 5, 15, 30, or 60 Minutes (below or above m), or to m Itself
Table 2 - Estimation of Rounding Model for Departure Times
Table 3 - Estimation of Rounding Model for Arrival Times
Table 4 - Probability (%) of Actual Departure Time (n = 8,.,22) Given a Reported Departure Time of m = 15
Figure 1 - Distribution of Departure Times
Figure 2 - Distribution of Arrival Times
Guidelines for Manuscript Submission
Back Cover
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