Users’ perception of the network plays a key role in the way users behave. In this paper the attention is focused on choice set formation and route choices, trying to represent their day-to-day evolution. Both experience of the network and information acquired influence users’ perception. In order to investigate this issue, a day-to-day experiment is carried out on a real road network. Results have been elaborated and some descriptive analyses are presented. The results have a particular significance in the case of evacuation where the information, in smart cities, is defined and provided according to forecasted users’ behaviour

A Day-to-day experiment on an urban road network in ordinary and emergency scenarios

VITETTA, Antonino;MUSOLINO, Giuseppe
2013

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Users’ perception of the network plays a key role in the way users behave. In this paper the attention is focused on choice set formation and route choices, trying to represent their day-to-day evolution. Both experience of the network and information acquired influence users’ perception. In order to investigate this issue, a day-to-day experiment is carried out on a real road network. Results have been elaborated and some descriptive analyses are presented. The results have a particular significance in the case of evacuation where the information, in smart cities, is defined and provided according to forecasted users’ behaviour
978-1-84564-744-5
route choice, switching behaviour; day-to-day models, information; ,evacuation, smart city
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