Goods Movement: Regional Analysis and Database Final Report
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Goods Movement: Regional Analysis and Database Final Report

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      The project reported here was undertaken to create and test methods for synthesizing truck flow patterns in urban areas from partial and fragmentary observations. More specifically, the project sought to develop a way to estimate origin-destination (OD) trip matrices from data typically available (link volumes, classification counts, cordon counts of trucks entering and/or exiting the study area, and partial observations of OD flows). The product of the project is a new battery of software that helps transportation planners estimate multi-class truck trip matrices for a given network and time period. These matrices and the associated link flows can be displayed using a Geographic Information System (GIS) platform. The report is organized in five chapters. Chapter 1 provides an introduction. Chapter 2 presents the methodology that has been developed. Chapters 3 and 4 present case study analyses from two areas in New York City; Chapter 3 focuses on the Bronx, and Chapter 4 on Brooklyn. Chapter 5 presents a summary of the findings, and conclusions and recommendations. Appendices A and B contain listings of the input data sets created for the two case study analyses.
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