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Modelling induced mode switch behaviour in Bangladesh: A multinomial logistic regression approach

Mohammad Lutfur Rahman and Douglas Baker

Transport Policy, 2018, vol. 71, issue C, 81-91

Abstract: This paper assesses induced mode switch behaviour with the construction of transport infrastructure using flyovers as a case study. Understanding travel mode switch behaviour is essential to identify the reasons for choosing one mode of transport over another. Travel mode switch behaviour needs to be considered for efficient transport infrastructure planning. However, very little is known about mode switch behaviour of individuals due to the construction of transport infrastructure such as flyovers on roadways particularly in the context of developing countries.

Keywords: Transport infrastructure; Mode switch; Induced trips; Built environments; Flyover; Dhaka (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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