Originally published in 1979, this study deals on a fully comprehensive level with both passenger and freight travel. The 40 chapters deal with an extensive range of related topics, including equilibrium modelling, theoretical and conceptual developments in demand modelling, goods movement and forecasting and policy. It outlines approaches to understanding travel behaviour, which move beyond the individual choice theory towards a broader consideration of activities.
Table of Contents
1. Behavioural Travel Modelling David A. Hensher and Peter R. Stopher 2. New Approaches to Understanding Travel Behaviour: The Human Activity Approach Peter M. Jones 3. Urban-Travel Linkages: A Review Susan Hanson 5. An Activity Model and Its Validation Kenzo Kobayashi 5. New Approaches to Understanding Traveller Behaviour K. Patricia Burnett and Nigel J. Thrift 6. Six Notes of Equilibrium and their Implications for Travel Modelling Examined in an Aggregate Direct Demand Framework Marc Gaudry 7. Equilibrium and Transport System Dynamics Alan G. Wilson 8 An Equilibrium Model for Integrate Regional Development A. E Andersson and A. Karlquist 9. Equilibrium Modelling E. R. Ruiter and R. B. Dial 10. Market Segmentation: A Tool for Transport Decision-Making Ricardo Dobson 11. Market Segmentation in Behavioural Travel Modelling Kenneth Heathington and David J. Barnaby 12. Consumer Segmentation William B. Tye 13. Quantitive Methods for Analysing Travel Behaviour of Individuals: Some Recent Development Daniel McFadden 14. Some Developments in Transport Demand Modelling Andrew J. Daly 15. Measuring the Value of Travel Time Savings from Demand Functions Nils Bruzelius 16. A Model Based on Non-Homogeneity in Allocation Problems John F. Brotchie 17. Theoretical and Conceptual Developments in Demand Modelling Richard D. Westin and Charles F. Manski 18. The Role of Disaggregate Modelling Tools in the Policy Arena Stein Hansen and Ken G. Rogers 19. Roles of Behavioural Traveller Models in Urban Policy Analysis Fred A. Reid 20. The Role of Disaggregate Travel Models in Transport Policy Analysis Alistair Sherret 21. Values of Time, Modal Split and Forecasting Michael E. Beesley 22. Behavioural Modelling: An Evaluator’s Perspective John K. Standley 23. Relationship Between Behavioural Models, Evaluation, Forecasting and Policy Robin Carruthers 24. Urban Goods Movement: Process, Planning Approach and Policy Peter J. Rimmer and Stuart K. Hicks 25. Urban Goods Movement: Behavioural Demand Forecasting Procedures Paul O. Roberts and Brian C. Kullman 26. Indicators for Urban Commodity Movements Marc R. Wigan 27. Urban Goods Movement: Research Review Keith J. G. Smith 28. The Applicability of Behavioural Modelling to the Analysis of Goods Movement Arnim H. Meyburg 29. Behavioural Modelling, Accessibility, Mobility and Need: Concepts and Measurement M. Quasim Dalvi 30. Disaggregate Travel and Mobility Choice Models and Measures of Accessibility Moshe Ben-Akiva and Steven R. Lerman 31. Mobility, Accessibility and Travel Impacts of Transportation Programs for the Elderly and Handicapped Ronald F. Kirby and Robert G. McGillivray 32. Behavioral Modelling, Accessibility, Mobility and Travel Needs Martin Wachs and Jan G. Koenig 33. Application of Psychological Measurement and Modelling to Behavioural Travel-Demand Analysis Jordan J. Louviere, Eugene M. Wilson and Michael Piccolo 34. Attitude-Behaviour Relationships in Travel Demand Modelling Thomas F. Golob, Abraham D. Horowitz and Martin Wachs 35. The Development of Attitudinal Modelling Approaches in Transport Research Irwin P. Levin 36. Attitudes, Attitudinal Measurement, and the Relationship Between Attitudes and Behaviour Jordan J. Louviere 37. Evaluating the Social and Environmental Impacts of Transport Investments Donald Appleyard 38. Behavioural Modelling and the Evaluation of Social and Environmental Impacts of Transport Investment Peter Hill and Ross King 39. Summary of the Conference Findings and Recommendations Peter R. Stopher and David A. Hensher
David A. Hensher was founding Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) at the University of Sydney, Australia. Peter R. Stopher is Emeritus Professor at ITLS, University of Sydney, Australia.