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Estimating MFDs, trip lengths and path flow distributions in a multi-region setting using mobile phone data

Authors
  • PAIPURI, Mahendra
  • XU, Yanyan
  • GONZALEZ, Marta C
  • Leclercq, Ludovic
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2020
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2020.102709
OAI: oai:HAL:hal-02947061v1
Source
HAL-Descartes
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Language
English
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Abstract

The present work proposes a global framework to estimate all MFD model parameters using mobile phone data. The three major components that are estimated in the present context are MFD shapes, regional trip lengths and path flow distribution. A trip enrichment scheme based on the map matching process is proposed for the trips that have sparser records. Time dependent penetration rates are estimated by fusing the OD matrix and the Loop Detector Data (LDD). Two different types of penetration rates of vehicles are proposed based on the OD flow and the trips starting within an origin, respectively. The estimated MFDs based on two types of penetration rates are stable with very low scatter. In the following step, macro-paths and their corresponding trip lengths are estimated. This work is the first to present empirical evidences of the dynamic evolution of mean trip lengths over the day, which is very difficult to capture with other types of data sources. The last component is the time dependent path flow distributions between the different macro-paths for a given OD pair. The manuscript is concluded by presenting the time evolution of the User Equilibrium (UE) gap for different macroscopic OD pairs. It is noticed that UE principle holds true most of the time, except for OD pairs that have macro-paths transversing through congested reservoirs, especially during peak hours.

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