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A TravTek simulation found that using a market penetration rate of 30 percent and a constant average trip duration as a surrogate for maintaining a given level-of-service, dynamic route guidance would allow the system to handle a 10 percent increase in demand.


March 1996
Orlando,Florida,United States


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Simulation models predicted an increase in potential throughput based data collected from TravTek testing . Using a market penetration rate of 30 percent and a constant average trip duration as a surrogate for maintaining a given level-of-service, dynamic route guidance would allow the system to handle a 10 percent increase in demand.

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Source

TravTek Evaluation: Modeling Study

Author: Van Aerde, M. and H. Rakha

Published By: Federal Highway Administration, U.S. DOT

Source Date: March 1996

EDL Number: 3743

Other Reference Number: Report No. FHWA-RD-95-090

URL: https://rosap.ntl.bts.gov/view/dot/3063

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Benefit ID: 2000-00078