Multimodal Transportation Analysis Process (MTAP): A Travel Demand Forecasting Model
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Multimodal Transportation Analysis Process (MTAP): A Travel Demand Forecasting Model

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      In 1986, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) undertook the revision of its travel demand forecasting model. The outcome was a model which was developed based on travel patterns in the Dallas-Forth Worth area and used jointly by the four agencies. The forecasting technique is based on a four-step sequential process designed to model travel behavior and predict the level of travel demand at regional, subarea, or small area levels. Similar to the traditional Urban Transportation Planning System software package developed by the Federal Highway Administration and the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, the Multimodal Transportation Analysis Process consists of a large set of computer programs which is primarily used for long-range performance evaluations.
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