Urban Transportation Networks: Equilibrium Analysis With Mathematical Programming Methods by Yosef Sheffi
English | Jan 1985 | ISBN: 0139397299 | 416 Pages | PDF | 23 MB
The flow pattern throughout an urban network can be looked upon as the result of two competing mechanisms. On the one hand, users of the system (drivers, passengers, pedestrians) try to travel in a way that minimizes the disutility associated with transportation. For example, motorists driving between a given origin and a given destination are likely to choose the route with the shortest travel time.