The success of transportation planning is affected, among other elements, by interaction among different stakeholders including decision makers, users and operators. Several evaluation methods are proposed in literature. They analyse effects of transportation planning, design and implementation processes. In this paper an integrated evaluation process to support transportation planning is proposed. The proposed approach is a first tentative to incorporate in an integrated process and in a whole procedure transport simulation models, Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) method and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). This, in to order to increase the stakeholder perception about effects of his/her choices towards some planned objectives. In particular, DEA and MCDM are experimented, as an integrated evaluation method inside the transportation planning process, and compared.

Evaluation In Transport Planning: A Comparision Between Data Envelopment Analysis And Multi Criteria Decision Making Methods

MUSOLINO, Giuseppe;Rindone C;VITETTA, Antonino
2017

Abstract

The success of transportation planning is affected, among other elements, by interaction among different stakeholders including decision makers, users and operators. Several evaluation methods are proposed in literature. They analyse effects of transportation planning, design and implementation processes. In this paper an integrated evaluation process to support transportation planning is proposed. The proposed approach is a first tentative to incorporate in an integrated process and in a whole procedure transport simulation models, Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) method and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). This, in to order to increase the stakeholder perception about effects of his/her choices towards some planned objectives. In particular, DEA and MCDM are experimented, as an integrated evaluation method inside the transportation planning process, and compared.
978-9492859-00-6
Transportation, Decision-making; Discrete simulation; Model evaluation, DEA
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