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Land use-transportation modeling with UrbanSim: Experiences and progress

Felsenstein, Daniel; Axhausen, Kay; Waddell, Paul (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010)
As an open source and modular software system using highly disaggregated data for dynamic simulation, UrbanSim has been instrumental in making integrated land-use transportation modeling accessible beyond the bespoke models ...

Disaggregate models with aggregate data: Two UrbanSim applications

Patterson, Zachary; Kryvobokov, Marko; Marchal, Fabrice; Bierlaire, Michel (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010)
UrbanSim has significant data requirements. In particular, it requires disaggregate data (traditionally at the 150 meter by 150 meter gridcell level) for employment, households, and buildings. While such data are not always ...

Modelling hedonic residential rents for land use and transport simulation while considering spatial effects

Löchl, Michael; Axhausen, Kay (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010)
The application of UrbanSim requires land or real estate price data for the study area. These can be difficult to obtain, particularly when tax assessor data and data from commercial sources are unavailable. The article ...

Microsimulating parcel-level land use and activity-based travel: Development of a prototype application in San Francisco

Waddell, Paul; Wang, Liming; Charlton, Billy; Olsen, Aksel (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010)
This paper develops a prototype of an integrated microsimulation model system combining land use at a parcel level with activity-based travel in San Francisco, California. The paper describes the motivation for the model ...

Simulation of urban development in the City of Rome: Framework, methodology, and problem solving

Di Zio, Simone; Montanari, Armando; Staniscia, Barbara (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010)
In Italy’s case, the implementation of the UrbanSIM model involved the territory of Rome, including the municipalities of Rome and Fiumicino. The main goal was to build scenarios regarding the future of economic deconcentration. ...