This synthesis extends previous efforts to document the state of practice for airport ground access mode choice models. It examines the characteristics of existing models and discusses the issues involved in the development and use of such models to improve the understanding and acceptance of their role in airport planning and management. Information presented in this report may be of interest to a range of airport managers, airport and regional transportation planners, consultants and transportation modeling specialists, and researchers interested in issues involving airport ground access mode choice. For this synthesis, a comprehensive review of the relevant literature was undertaken. To document the extent of the recent use of airport ground access mode choice models and to identify sources of technical documentation on existing models, this literature review was supplemented by a survey of airport authorities, metropolitan planning organizations, consulting firms and research organizations, and other government agencies and industry organizations. Follow-up communications by telephone and e-mail were made where necessary.Kumar, A., aPivot Point Modeling Procedures in Demand Estimation, a Transportation Engineering Journal, Vol. 106, No. TE6, Nov. ... Leake, G.R. and J.R. Underwood, aAn Inter-City Terminal Access Modal Choice Model, a Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, Sep. ... Papacostas, C.S., Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering, PrenticeaHall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1987, pp. 276a279.
|Title||:||Airport Ground Access Mode Choice Models|
|Author||:||Geoffrey David Gosling|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2008|