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  • EFFECTS OF THE 2016 TOLL SCHEME REFORM ON URBAN EXPRESSWAY TRAFFIC DEMAND IN THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA  [in Japanese]

    SHIROMA Hiroya , FUKUDA Daisuke

    <p> 2016年4月より実施されている高速道路料金施策「首都圏の新たな高速道路料金に関する具体方針」が高速道路のOD・経路交通需要に与えた短期的影響に関する実証分析を行い,その因果効果を推計した.まず,インターチェンジペア単位のETCログデータより得られる集計OD交通量に対し空間パネルデータ分析を適用し,料金変化の度合いに応じた因果効果が存在することが統計的に確認された.次に,パネル …

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management) 76(2), 180-195, 2020

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  • SHOPPING ENVIRONMENT PROBLEMS FOR GROCERY SHOPPERS IN A FAR SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL AREA AND POSSIBLE COUNTERMEASURES:Analysis of questionnaire survey data in Koma-Musashidai District in Hidaka City, Saitama Prefecture  [in Japanese]

    SEKIGUCHI Tatsuya , HINO Kimihiro , ISHII Norimitsu

    … For example, when all stores in an area close, residents may be forced to travel further to other stores or remaining small stores might not be adequate for people's grocery needs. …

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) (760), 1423-1432, 2019-06

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  • Evaluation of Disparities between Transportation Needs and Trip Patterns of Men and Women in Kandahar City, Afghanistan

    Rahmat Mohibullah , Mizokami Shoshi

    … Motorcycle is the most dominant and preferred mode for men, while women are mostly walking or using available public transit. … The results of Multinomial Logit Model showed that all selected variables such as vehicle ownership, income, travel cost and time will be significant factors for mode choice behavior of men, though for female respondents travel time and travel cost are main factors. …

    Journal of Transportation Technologies 9(1), 78-94, 2019-01-04

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  • Evaluation of Public Transportation Mode Choice with Passenger Satisfaction: A Case Study of the Semi-Luxury Bus Service on the Panadura-Kandy Route in Sri Lanka

    DANTHANARAYANA Chamila Tharangani

    … The key quality attributes used in this study are fare, cleanliness, comfort, condition, discipline, travel time, loading level, privacy, availability, and safety. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 13(0), 1382-1399, 2019

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  • The Parents' Role in School Mode Choice for their Children: A Case Study in Guwahati

    RAONIAR Rahul , DAS Trinayan , BANERJEE Arunabha , MAURYA Kumar

    … Findings suggest that parents usually prefer schools near their residence, and cars are the most widely preferred mode of transport (>50%) as parents find them to be safe, fast, comfortable and reliable. … Further, parents allow older children to choose their preferred mode for commuting. … Also, very few parents allow their children to use an active transport mode such as walking or cycling as they believe that road infrastructure lack safe crossing facilities and cycling paths. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 13(0), 775-794, 2019

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  • Modeling Railway Station Access Mode Choice Behaviour and Rail Travel Demand

    MENG Li

    … <p>This paper discusses residents' preferences regarding train travel with a focus on their mode choice behaviour for the following railway station access modes: car, bus, bicycle and walking. … This paper utilises stated preference data to help identify significant factors in train access mode choices within a rail corridor case study. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 13(0), 574-593, 2019

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  • The Application of Gradient Boost Machine and Local Interpretable Modelagnostic Explanations in Examining the Travel Multi-mode Choice, the Case Study of Jakarta City, Indonesia

    HA Tran Vinh , ASADA Takumi , ARIMURA Mikiharu

    … <p>The combination of multi-mode on a trip appears significantly in the total amount of trip generated daily. … Understanding the influential mechanism in the multi-mode choice process will greatly help policymaking. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 13(0), 503-522, 2019

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  • A STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF TOPOGRAPHICAL FACTORS TO MODE CHOICE  [in Japanese]

    HAYAUCHI Gen , NAKAMURA Fumihiko , ARIYOSHI Ryo , TANAKA Shinji , MIURA Shino

    地形条件を考慮した交通計画手法の確立に向け,本研究は高低差や勾配の交通手段選択への影響を,空間的分解能の高い顕示選好データを用い,他の影響要因との相対的関係を含めて明らかにすることを目的とする.横浜市富岡地区において独自取得された行動データをもとに,分担率などに関する集計分析,ロジットモデル構築による非集計分析を行った.集計分析においては,同一距離帯においても上り高低差に伴い徒歩分担率の減少,バス …

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management) 75(5), I_565-I_574, 2019

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  • Development and Application of a Travel Mode Choice Model and Policy Implications for Home-to-Work Commuters toward Reduction of Car Trips in Metro Manila

    RITH Monorom , FILLONE Alexis M. , BIONA Jose Bienvenido M.

    … <p>Understanding the determinants of commute car choice decision is a potential way to design consistent, proactive policies to discourage car dependency. … This study attempts to develop a travel mode choice model for home-to-work commuters in Metro Manila, by taking account of a comprehensive set of determinants, i.e., socioeconomic characteristics, travel behavior, and built environment characteristics. …

    Asian Transport Studies 5(5), 862-873, 2019

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  • Estimation of passengers' benefit accrued by expressway expansion using an integrated demand model  [in Japanese]

    NISHI Masahiro , KURAUCHI Shinya , YOSHII Toshio , TSUBOTA Takahiro

    <p><tt>四国の高速道路ネットワークは,ミッシングリンクや暫定二車線区間も多いため,早期の整備が望まれるが,現状の事業評価では十分な便益が計量されない状況にある.一方,現行の事業評価は自動車交通需要のみを扱った需要固定型の交通量配分に基づいているため,交通手段の転換や目的地の変化,新たな誘発需要などが評価できず,また,三便益(時間短縮,走行費用削減,事故減少)のみを対象 …

    JSTE Journal of Traffic Engineering 5(2), A_293-A_302, 2019

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  • CHOICE OF PERSONAL BEHAVIOR AND CHANGE OF SOCIAL POLICY IN THE CASE OF TRANSPORT MODE  [in Japanese]

    MATSUHASHI Keisuke , CHEN He , ARIGA Toshinori , KANAMORI Yuko

    持続可能な社会の実現に向けて,個人の行動転換と社会の政策転換を実現することが課題である.本研究は,個人的な移動手段の選択と社会的な交通政策の選択およびその理由について調査し,道徳観や個人属性との関係を分析することを目的とした.結果として,現在,40%超が主に自動車を利用しているが,引越先の手段や利便性向上策としては,自動車よりもバスや鉄道等の公共交通手段の選択が多く,40%を超えた.市長になったと …

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research) 74(6), II_103-II_110, 2018

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  • EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS IN REGARD TO MODALITIES OF INTRODUCTION AND SERVICE CONTINUATION CRITERION OF COMMUNITY BUS  [in Japanese]

    MIZOKAMI Shoshi , OYAMA Kenta

    公共交通による市民の移動を支援するために,熊本市は熊本市公共交通基本条例で「公共交通不便地域」と定義した既存鉄道駅・バス停留所から500m~1000mの地域に「ゆうゆうバス」というコミュニティバスを運行させている.しかし,運行を継続するためには30%以上の収支率を達成することを沿線住民に求めており,この運行継続基準を達成できない場合は3年後には路線を廃止するという約束が事前になされている.< …

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management) 74(3), 217-227, 2018

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  • The Effect Factors of Built Environment on Travel Behavior and Travel Energy Consumption : A Case Study of Fukuoka City

    マハラジャン サリタ , 鶴崎 直樹 , ディビガルピティヤ プラサンナ

    … The goal of this study is to provide additional insights to the linkages between built environment, travel behavior(travel purpose and travel mode choice) and travel energy consumption for reducing transportation related fuel consumption and emissions. …

    都市・建築学研究 : 九州大学大学院人間環境学研究院紀要 (32), 7-16, 2017-07

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  • Relationships between university student's clothing and travel mode choice : Focused on acceptance of sportswear and undress  [in Japanese]

    谷口 綾子

    実践政策学 = Policy and practice studies 3(1), 85-90, 2017

  • A geodemographic analysis of the relationship between individual travel behavior and the neighborhood environment  [in Japanese]

    UESUGI Masaya , YANO Keiji

    … <p>This study aims to investigate the association between individual travel behaviors, neighborhood built environment, and social area type based on a geodemographics dataset. …

    Theory and Applications of GIS 25(1), 11-22, 2017

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  • Mode Choice for Tourist: A Case Study in Vietnam

    TRINH Tu Anh , LE Thi Phuong Linh

    … The main objective of this paper is to study the mode choice behavior of tourist by using Binary Logit Model. … Air transportation and railway transportation were taken into account for modeling the mode choice model. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 724-737, 2017

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  • Intra-household Joint Car Travel under the 3-in-1 Policy in Jakarta Metropolitan Area, Indonesia

    HASEGAWA Yu , KATO Hironori

    … This paper empirically investigates the impacts of the 3-in-1 policy on the choice of travel mode of the local people in Jakarta, Indonesia, using survey data collected in 2002. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 522-537, 2017

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  • Factors Affecting Residents Living near Transit stations to Use Non-Motorized Access Mode: Case study about Daily Travel in Bangkok, Thailand

    PONGPRASERT Pornraht , KUBOTA Hisashi

    … This study aims to find the factors affecting residents near transit stations within 1 kilometer, called transit-oriented development (TOD) residents, to increase non-motorized travel (walking to transit) and reduce motorized vehicle uses. … As for motorized mode users, 29% are rail users coming to transit by motorized vehicles. … This paper examines mode choice behavior of TOD residents who are expected to walk and use transit in daily travel. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 854-873, 2017

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  • The Influence of Rainfall on Mode Choice and Departure Time of Commuters: The Case of Ortigas CBD Workers

    SUNGA Abigail , DIAZ Crispin Emmanuel , NAPALANG Ma. Sheilah

    … This paper presents an analysis of how rainfall intensity influences the mode choice and departure time of CBD work-to-home commuters in Metro Manila, Philippines. … After collection of data through a questionnaire survey, the analysis shows that heavy and intense rainfall significantly changes the fare, travel time, walk time, waiting time, reliability, comfort and safety of the modes servicing the CBD. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 771-783, 2017

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  • Evaluating Travel Choices Effect on Multimodal Network Performance Using Vehicle and Passenger Macroscopic Fundamental Diagrams

    HEMDAN Seham , WAHABALLA Amr M. , KURAUCHI Fumitaka

    … In this study, we evaluated multimodal network performance under different travel conditions using vehicle macroscopic fundamental diagram (vMFD) and passenger macroscopic fundamental diagram (pMFD). … The MFDs of cars and public transport users under different mode, route, and departure time choice scenarios were estimated based on a multiagent transport simulation framework. …

    Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 12(0), 1710-1727, 2017

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