Giselle de Moraes R.

Public defense 2 February
February 2, 2015

On 2 February 2015 TRAIL PhD students Giselle de Moraes Ramos successfully defended her thesis 'Dynamic Route Choice Modelling of the Effects of Travel Information using RP Data'.

Congratulations Giselle!

Short Summary
This thesis investigates the role of travel information on traveller’s route choice behaviour based on revealed preference data collected in a congested network. A modelling framework denominated Recursive Logit Dynamic extends the Recursive Logit (Fosgerau et al., 2013) to a dynamic setting by taking the variability of traffic conditions into account. This is particularly relevant when dealing with real time travel information. In such modelling framework the route choice problem is formulated as sequential link choice decisions that can be consistently estimated based on path observations.

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