The Hungarian national freight transport model Abstract: Freight transport modelling is always a challenge since its complexity and the often scarce data availability, and the varying rate of detail in available databases.
After a long EU wide research and development period the TRANS-TOOLS model system was developed on European continental scale with extensions to the eastern Mediterranean countries, however it raised a number of concerns during the former applications. The National Transport Infrastructure-Development Strategy required the development of a national transportation model for Hungary that could handle both traffic volume and modal shift effects of policies.
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The paper presents the background and the model built including its validation. The model applies the Aggregate-Disaggregate-Aggregate approach to improve the transposition from EU scale to national scale.
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Through selected set of applications covering both infrastructure and financial measures the sensitivity of the model is presented. Article :. DOI: Maria Lindholm, More about this item Keywords urban freight ; demand modelling ; origin-destination matrix ; commodity-based models ; truck-based models ; delivery-based models ; Statistics Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. You can help correct errors and omissions.
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