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Transportation Research Part B: Methodological

1979 - 2021

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Volume 29, issue 6, 1995

A phenomenological model for dynamic traffic flow in networks pp. 407-431 Downloads
Martin Hilliges and Wolfgang Weidlich
An augmented lagrangean dual algorithm for link capacity side constrained traffic assignment problems pp. 433-455 Downloads
Torbjörn Larsson and Michael Patriksson
Access: The transport-land use economic link pp. 457-470 Downloads
Francisco J. Martínez
A heteroscedastic extreme value model of intercity travel mode choice pp. 471-483 Downloads
Chandra R. Bhat

Volume 29, issue 5, 1995

Derivatives of the performance index for the traffic model from TRANSYT pp. 303-327 Downloads
S. C. Wong
An equilibrium route choice model with explicit treatment of the effect of intersections pp. 329-356 Downloads
Claudio Meneguzzer
Road pricing and network equilibrium pp. 357-372 Downloads
Paolo Ferrari
On the functional form of the speed-density relationship--I: General theory pp. 373-389 Downloads
J. M. Del Castillo and F. G. Benítez
On the functional form of the speed-density relationship--II: Empirical investigation pp. 391-406 Downloads
J. M. Del Castillo and F. G. Benítez

Volume 29, issue 4, 1995

Heuristic algorithms for the bilevel origin-destination matrix estimation problem pp. 231-242 Downloads
Hai Yang
Dynamic user optimal traffic assignment model for many to one travel demand pp. 243-259 Downloads
William H. K. Lam and Hai-Jun Huang
A finite difference approximation of the kinematic wave model of traffic flow pp. 261-276 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo
Requiem for second-order fluid approximations of traffic flow pp. 277-286 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo
Alternatives to Dial's logit assignment algorithm pp. 287-295 Downloads
Michael G. H. Bell
On deterministic developments of traffic stream models pp. 297-302 Downloads
Paul Nelson

Volume 29, issue 3, 1995

A model for the dynamic system optimum traffic assignment problem pp. 155-170 Downloads
M. O. Ghali and M. J. Smith
Intermodal pricing using network flow techniques pp. 171-180 Downloads
Shangyao Yan, David Bernstein and Yosef Sheffi
A portfolio analysis of market investments in dry bulk shipping pp. 181-200 Downloads
Kevin Cullinane
Discrete choice with an oddball alternative pp. 201-211 Downloads
W. W. Recker
Real-time scheduling of freight railroads pp. 213-229 Downloads
David R. Kraay and Patrick T. Harker

Volume 29, issue 2, 1995

The cell transmission model, part II: Network traffic pp. 79-93 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo
Properties of link travel time functions under dynamic loads pp. 95-98 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo
Obstructions on horizontal curves: Analysis of exact equation to render the radius explicit pp. 99-107 Downloads
Wilhelm B. Cronjé
Routing through dynamic ocean currents: General heuristics and empirical results in the gulf stream region pp. 109-124 Downloads
Hong K. Lo and Mark R. McCord
Stochastic user equilibrium assignment in networks with queues pp. 125-137 Downloads
Michael G. H. Bell
A pareto optimum congestion reduction scheme pp. 139-154 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo

Volume 29, issue 1, 1995

Spatial aspects of traffic circulation: I. A review of alternative systems pp. 1-32 Downloads
Christopher Wright, David Jarrett, Gautam Appa, Jovan Rados and Smiljan Vukanovic
Spatial aspects of traffic circulation: II. Routing patterns that exactly minimise path crossings pp. 33-46 Downloads
Christopher Wright, David Jarrett and Gautam Appa
Meuse: An origin-destination matrix estimator that exploits structure pp. 47-60 Downloads
M. Bierlaire and Ph. L. Toint
The household activity pattern problem: General formulation and solution pp. 61-77 Downloads
W. W. Recker

Volume 28, issue 6, 1994

An overlapping choice set model of automotive price elasticities pp. 401-408 Downloads
Robert Bordley
Swapping the order of scheduled services to minimize expected costs of delays pp. 409-428 Downloads
Malachy Carey and Andrzej Kwiecinski
Modeling and simulation of pedestrian traffic flow pp. 429-443 Downloads
Gunnar G. Løvås
Structural models of brand loyalty with an application to the automobile market pp. 445-462 Downloads
Radha Chandrasekharan, Pat McCarthy and Gordon P. Wright
Traffic assignment and traffic control in general freeway-arterial corridor systems pp. 463-486 Downloads
Hai Yang and Sam Yagar

Volume 28, issue 5, 1994

A model and strategy for train pathing with choice of lines, platforms, and routes pp. 333-353 Downloads
Malachy Carey
Computational-process modelling of household activity scheduling pp. 355-364 Downloads
Tommy Gärling, Mei-Po Kwan and Reginald G. Golledge
Traffic jams and the congestion toll pp. 365-375 Downloads
Se-il Mun
Queue length and delay distributions at traffic signals pp. 377-389 Downloads
Dirk Heidemann
A note on "departure time and route choice for the morning commute" pp. 391-394 Downloads
David Bernstein and Ibrahim El Sanhouri
Extending a train pathing model from one-way to two-way track pp. 395-400 Downloads
Malachy Carey

Volume 28, issue 4, 1994

Stochastic approximation to the effects of headways on knock-on delays of trains pp. 251-267 Downloads
Malachy Carey and Andrzej Kwiecinski
The cell transmission model: A dynamic representation of highway traffic consistent with the hydrodynamic theory pp. 269-287 Downloads
Carlos F. Daganzo
Maximum likelihood estimation of an origin-destination matrix from a partial registration plate survey pp. 289-314 Downloads
David P. Watling
A procedure for real-time signal control that considers transit interference and priority pp. 315-331 Downloads
Sam Yagar and Bin Han

Volume 28, issue 3, 1994

An alternative formulation of D'Este's trip assignment model pp. 187-196 Downloads
S. C. Wong
Pricing of track time in railroad operations: An internal market approach pp. 197-212 Downloads
Patrick T. Harker and Sungwook Hong
A linear programming approach for synthesizing origin-destination trip tables from link traffic volumes pp. 213-233 Downloads
Hanif D. Sherali, R. Sivanandan and Antoine G. Hobeika
Application of catastrophe theory to traffic flow variables pp. 235-250 Downloads
Jorge A. Acha-Daza and Fred L. Hall

Volume 28, issue 2, 1994

Estimating an origin-destination table using a method based on shortest augmenting paths pp. 77-89 Downloads
Refat Barbour and Jon D. Fricker
Linear or nonlinear utility functions in logit models? The impact on German high-speed rail demand forecasts pp. 91-101 Downloads
Benedikt Mandel, Marc Gaudry and Werner Rothengatter
The potential for using fuzzy set theory in airline network design pp. 103-121 Downloads
Dusan Teodorovic, Milica Kalic and Goran Pavkovic
An algorithm for the inflow control problem on urban freeway networks with user-optimal flows pp. 123-139 Downloads
Hai Yang, Sam Yagar, Yasunori Iida and Yasuo Asakura
Recursive estimation of time-varying origin-destination flows from traffic counts in freeway corridors pp. 141-160 Downloads
Gang-Len Chang and Jifeng Wu
Traffic assignment in a congested discrete/ continuous transportation system pp. 161-174 Downloads
Hai Yang, Sam Yagar and Yasunori Iida
The instability of motorway traffic pp. 175-186 Downloads
Paolo Ferrari

Volume 28, issue 1, 1994

The demand for transport and communication in the United Kingdom and Australia pp. 1-9 Downloads
E. A. Selvanathan and Saroja Selvanathan
Aggregation and heterogeneity of choice sets in discrete choice models pp. 11-22 Downloads
Murat Genc
The equilibrium-based origin-destination matrix estimation problem pp. 23-33 Downloads
Hai Yang, Yasunori Iida and Tsuna Sasaki
The reaction time of drivers and the stability of traffic flow pp. 35-60 Downloads
J. M. Del Castillo, P. Pintado and F. G. Benitez
Exact local solution of the continuous network design problem via stochastic user equilibrium assignment pp. 61-75 Downloads
Gary A. Davis
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