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Toward optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation system
George A. Hay
by Transportation Center and Technological Institute, Northwestern University in [Evanston, Ill.]
Written in English
|Statement||by George A. Hay, Edward K. Morlok [and] Abraham Charnes.|
|Contributions||Morlok, Edward K., Charnes, A. 1917-, Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Transportation Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Hay, Morlok, and Charnes (7) developed a model for optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation system. A two-mode system, auto transport and public transit, was to be built in an urban corridor.
The auto roadway capital cost was linearly related to capacity and speed Transit speed was fixed with the capacity linearly related to capital cost. toward optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation systems: a linear programming formulation THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY WAS TO DEVELOP AN ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY OR MODEL FOR FINDING THE OPTIMAL COMBINATION OF TWO MODES IN PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION SERVICE.
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Toward optimal planning of a two-mode urban transportation system: a linear programming formulation, Author: George A Hay ; Edward K Morlok ; A Charnes ; Northwestern University (Evanston.
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_e problem of co-ordination between and integration of different modes of transport in a city and assessment /5(2). A number of cities, including Helsinki, Paris, Los Angeles, and Singapore, are experimenting with mobility-as-a-service (MaaS), which relies “on a digital platform that integrates end-to-end trip planning, booking, electronic ticketing, and payment services across all modes of transportation, public or private.” 23 All of these are aimed at.
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