Les systèmes de transport intelligents, École Polytechnique de Montréal

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Multiple Uses of Large-Scale Origin-Destination Surveys, With a Totally Disaggregate Approach: The Montreal Experience

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CHAPLEAU, Robert (2002). Multiple Uses of Large-Scale Origin-Destination Surveys, With a Totally Disaggregate Approach: The Montreal Experience, Compte-rendus de la 30e conférence annuelle de la Société canadienne de génie civil, Montréal, pages 333-342.

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Conférence avec publication

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Autres

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This paper examines the analytical potential of different methodological elements used in large-scale telephone surveys, such as those conducted in the Greater Montreal Area in 1987, 1993 and 1998. The totally disaggregate approach creates a symbiosis with the trip databases derived from the surveys and renews the different parameters used in the modeling of urban transportation systems. In this context, a so-called “totally disaggregate approach”, requires geomatic databases and precise identification of trip origins and destinations, thus opening the door to seldom-used applications in transportation analyses. Special applications drawn from the telephone surveys are illustrated: study of financial imbalance of transportation, activity-based map, socioeconomic and demographic characterization, trip generation modeling, multimodal studies, user information system and object oriented modeling.

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