Traffic flow, Florida, Mathematical models, Roads, Design and construction, Transportation, Planning
The long range transportation planning process is examined, with explicit consideration of the real uncertainties. Examples of the performance of transportation planning models are presented. Errors in input data, as well as socio-political bias are presented. Fi nally, a series of principles and methods for bett er reflecting the real uncertainties into transportation planning are presented.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Presented at Transportation Congress on October 22-26, 1995, San Diego, California
Scholar Commons Citation
Mierzejewski, Edward, "The Long Range Transportation Planning Process: Complex Answers to the Wrong Questions" (1995). CUTR Research Reports. 153.