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UDK: UDK 656.02.001.8:625.739

Published: Građevinar 65 (2013) 3
Paper type: Preliminary report
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A bilevel model for transit vehicle allocation

Maria Boilé,, Krunoslav Perić

Abstract

The formulation and resolution of a bi-level transit network design problem in an intermodal network environment is presented in the paper. The lower level of this bi-level problem is a combined mode-choice/assignment intermodal network equilibrium with asymmetric link interactions and variable transit frequencies. The upper level is a transit ridership maximization problem, with the number of transit vehicles allocated toward transit routes as a design variable. A sensitivity based algorithm is proposed for resolution of the bi-level problem.

Keywords
bi-level model, transport planning, intermodal transport, transit networks

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Boilé,, M., Perić, K.: A bilevel model for transit vehicle allocation, GRAĐEVINAR, 65 (2013) 3, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.876.2012

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Boilé,, M., Perić, K. (2013). A bilevel model for transit vehicle allocation, GRAĐEVINAR, 65 (3), doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.876.2012

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Authors:
Boile Maria WEB
Maria Boilé,
Hellenic Institute of Transport
Thessaloniki, Greece
PERIĆ Krunsolav WEB
Krunoslav Perić
Institute IGH d.d.