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Title: USE OF BI-LEVEL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE PROBLEM OF TRANSIT FREQUENCY DETERMINATION - NEW FORMULATION AND SOLUTION TECHNIQUES
Authors: Christopher M. Puchalsky
Year: 2007
Abstract: There is a move by many North American transit agencies to attract more riders by offering higherfrequencies on some lines. But there are currently no available operations research tools for choosing linefrequencies across a transit network. The line frequency setting problem is complex with impacts on bothsystem users and the system operator. A conceptual model of a transit agency as a passenger maximizing,budget
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Title: USE OF BI-LEVEL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE PROBLEM OF TRANSIT FREQUENCY DETERMINATION - NEW FORMULATION AND SOLUTION TECHNIQUES
Authors: Christopher M. Puchalsky
Year: 2007
Abstract: There is a move by many North American transit agencies to attract more riders by offering higherfrequencies on some lines. But there are currently no available operations research tools for choosing linefrequencies across a transit network. The line frequency setting problem is complex with impacts on bothsystem users and the system operator. A conceptual model of a transit agency as a passenger maximizing,budget
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Title: USE OF BI-LEVEL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE PROBLEM OF TRANSIT FREQUENCY DETERMINATION - NEW FORMULATION AND SOLUTION TECHNIQUES
Authors: Christopher M. Puchalsky
Year: 2007
Abstract: There is a move by many North American transit agencies to attract more riders by offering higherfrequencies on some lines. But there are currently no available operations research tools for choosing linefrequencies across a transit network. The line frequency setting problem is complex with impacts on bothsystem users and the system operator. A conceptual model of a transit agency as a passenger maximizing,budget
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/244530
Appears in Collections:Thesis

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