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Journal of Transportation and Statistics Volume 8 Number 2

Journal of Transportation and Statistics - Volume 8, Number 2

Journal of Transportation and Statistics
Volume 8 Number 2

2005
ISSN 1094-8848

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The Journal of Transportation and Statistics has been discontinued by BTS because of budget constraints. Papers are therefore no longer being accepted or considered for publication. BTS hopes to bring the Journal back as a virtual publication in the future, and will post any news about the status of JTS on this page.

Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Contributors
Editorial Board
Front Matter
Paper 1 - Precision of Geocoded Locations and Network Distance Estimates by V.S. Chalasani, J.M. Denstadli, Ø. Engebretsen, and K.W. Axhausen
Table 1 - 2001 NPTS: Geo-Information and Accuracy Level
Table 2 - 2001 NPTS: Accuracy of the Geocoded Trip Origins and Destinations by Area and Location
Table 3 - Mikrozensus 2000: Rating of the Matching Quality by Type of Location
Table 4 - Mikrozensus 2000: Matching Quality by Stage End
Table 5 - 2003 Thurgau: Matching Quality
Table 6 - Mikrozensus 2000: Quality of the Geocoding of Trip Origins and Destinations
Table 7 - Mikrozensus 2000: Distribution of the Reported and Calculated Distances
Table 8 - Mikrozensus 2000: Detour Factors Between Different Distance Estimates
Table 9 - 2003 Thurgau: Detour Factors Between Different Distance Estimates
Table 10 - 2001 NPTS: Mean and Median Detour Factors Between STPD and Crow-Fly Distance by Distance Band
Table 11 - 2001 NPTS: Distribution of the Relative Deviations of Reported to STPD Estimates by Distance
Table 12 - 2001 NPTS: Detour Factors Between Reported and Shortest Time Path Distance
Table 13 - 2000 Mikrozensus: Detour Factors Between Reported and Shortest Distance Path Distance
Table 14 - 2003 Thurgau: Detour Factors Between Reported and Shortest Distance Path Distance
Table 15 - Mikrozensus 2000: Linear Regression of Detour Factors Between Reported and Shortest Distance Path Distance on Reported Speed
Figure 1 - Mikrozensus 2000: Comparison of the Distance Distributions
Figure 2 - Ratios of Shortest Time Paths with Crow-Fly Distances
Figure 3 - Statistics for the Distributions of Reported Distance Deviations with Respect to Calculated Distances
Paper 2 - Respondent Behavior in Discrete Choice Modeling with a Focus on the Valuation of Travel Time Savings by David A. Hensher and John M. Rose
Table 1 - Trip Attributes in Stated Choice Design
Table 2 - Profile of the Attribute Range in the SC Design
Table 3 - Summary of Empirical Results
Table 4 - Incidence of Mixtures of Attributes Processed
Table 5 - Values of Travel Time Savings (VTTS)
Figure 1 - Example of a Stated Choice Screen
Figure 2 - Computer-Aided Personal Interview Questions on Attribute Relevance
Figure 3 - Distribution of VTTS Under Alternative Attribute Processing Rules
Paper 3 - A Classification Tree Application to Predict Total Ship Loss by Dimitris X. Kokotos and Yiannis G. Smirlis
Table 1 - Percentage of Accident Cases with Total Ship Loss for Different Types of Accidents
Table 2 - Percentage of Accident Cases with Total ship Loss in Different Geographic Locations
Table 3 - Classification Rates After Adjustment of Misclassification Cost for Total Loss = "yes"
Table 4 - Conditions per Node for Expanding the Classification Tree
Figure 1 - Relationship between the Type of Accident and the Type of Ship
Figure 2 - Classsification of the Geographic Areas
Figure 3 - Classification Tree Produced using Exhaustive CHAID after the Adjustments in Misclassification Costs
Paper 4 - U.S. Transportation Models Forecasting Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Evaluation from a User's Perspective by David Chien
Table 1 - Technical Operating and Descriptive Characteristics for GHG Forecasting Models
Paper 5 - Estimating Confidence Intervals for Transport Mode Shore by Stephen D. Clark and John McKimm
Table 1 - The Range of Measurement Errors for Buses
Table 2 - Minimum Sample Size Requirements to Detect a Range of Target Reductions
Table 3 - Estimated Standard Deviations for Mode Shares
Figure 1 - Map Showing the Leeds Central Cordon and Arterial Corridors
Figure 2 - Distribution of Car Mode Share
Figure 3 - Estimated Single-Car Occupancey Mode Share
Paper 6 - Analysis of Work Zone Gaps and Rear-End Collision Probability by Dazhi Sun and Rahim F. Benekohal
Table 1 - Work Zone Platoon Characteristics
Table 2 - Gap Size of Platooning Vehicles in Work Zones
Table 3 - Results of z-test for Time Gap
Figure 1a - Percentage of Traffic in Platoons vs. Flow Rate: Four-Second Headway
Figure 1b - Percentage of Traffic in Platoons vs. Flow Rate: Three-Second Headway
Figure 2a - Platoon Size Distribution: Short-Term Work Zone
Figure 2b - Platoon Size Distribution: Long-Term Work Zone
Figure 3 - Effect of Platoon Size on Gap
Figure 4 - Gap Distribution
Figure 5 - Probability of a Rear-End Collision
Figure 6a - Probability and mean Size of Rear-End Collisions: Probability of Rear-End Collisions
Figure 6b - Probability and mean Size of Rear-End Collisions: Mean Number of Rear-End Collisions
Appendix
Paper 7 - Sampling and Estimation Techniques for Estimating Bus System Passenger-Miles by Peter G. Furth
Table 1 - Comparison of Sampling Strategies
Table 2 - Stratified Ratio Sampling Statistics
Book Reviews
Data Review
Table 1 - Percentage Change in the Transportation Services Index by Month since January 2005
Table 2 - Percentage Change in the Transportation Services Index from Year-to-Year
Figure 1 - Transportation Services Index: Total, Freight, and Passenger
New ASA Section on Transportation Statistics Seeks Members
Guidelines for Manuscript Submission
Back Cover
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