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Working papers in Transport Economics

No 2016:3:
Flexible coupling of disaggregate travel demand models and network simulation packages (“IHOP2”): final project report

Olivier Canella, Gunnar Flötteröd (), Daniel Johnsson, Ida Kristoffersson (), Patryk Larek and Joacim Thelin

Abstract: Trafikverket’s development plan states as one of eleven expected results “En ny generation persontransportmodellsystem, med dynamisk modell för storstad implementerad” (Trafikverket, 2014). IHOP aims to be this system. IHOP2 is the second development project advancing the IHOP system. IHOP2 couples the travel demand model Regent and the network assignment package TransModeler through a new, agent-based interface layer that is based on the MATSim transport simulation toolkit. The main objective of this effort is to demonstrate that such a coupling is feasible. This demonstration is delivered based on a prototypical Stockholm case study. The present document is also meant to serve as a technical documentation of the IHOP system in its current form.

Keywords: Strategic transport planning; Dynamic traffic assignment; Travel demand modeling; Integrated transportation model system; (follow links to similar papers)

JEL-Codes: R40; (follow links to similar papers)

24 pages, March 1, 2016

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