Come check us out at the 94rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington, D.C. January 11-15, 2015! Socio-...
Collaboration with Graduate Student Gregory Macfarlane
This graduate course serves as an introduction to the process used estimate the demand for transportation infrastructure. The goal is to give you general exposure to the steps involved in travel demand modeling; the theory and practice behind calculations at each step; the estimation, calibration, and maintenance of travel demand models; shortcomings of traditional travel demand models and future directions of the industry; and the use of travel demand models in decision-making.
This course will be offered again in the Spring of 2014.