Joint Vehicle Holdings by Type and Vintage, and Primary Driver Assignment Model with Application for California
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In this paper, we estimate a joint household-level model of the number of vehicles owned by the household, the vehicle type choice of each vehicle, the annual mileage on each vehicle, as well as the individual assigned as the primary driver for each vehicle. A version of the proposed model system currently serves as the engine for a household vehicle composition and evolution simulator, which itself has been embedded within the larger SimAGENT (for Simulator of Activities, Greenhouse emissions, Energy, Networks, and Travel) activity-based travel and emissions forecasting system for the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) planning region.
At the time of publication G. Vyas was at Parsons Brinckerhoff, R. Paleti, and C.R. Bhat were at the University of Texas at Austin, K.G. Goulias was at the University of California Santa Barbara, R.M. Pendyala was at Arizona State University, H. Hu was at Southern California Association of Governments, T.J. Adler was at Resource Systems Group, Inc., and A. Bahreinian was at the California Energy Commission.