Comprehensive Model of Worker Nonwork-Activity Time Use and Timing Behavior
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This study contributes to the literature on activity time-use and activity timing analysis by developing a comprehensive, high resolution, out-of-home non-work activity generation model that considers daily activity time-use behavior and activity timing preferences in a unified random utility framework. The empirical analysis is undertaken using data from the 2000 Bay Area Travel Survey. Several important household and commuter demographics, commute characteristics, and activity-travel environment attributes are found to be significant determinants of workers' non-work activity time-use and timing behavior. The comprehensive model developed in this paper can serve as an activity generation module in an activity-based travel demand microsimulation framework.
At the time of publication B.S. Rajagopalan and C.R. Bhat were at the University of Texas at Austin; and A.R. Pinjari was at the University of South Florida.
CitationRajagopalan, B.S., A.R. Pinjari, and C.R. Bhat (2009). Comprehensive Model of Worker Nonwork-Activity Time Use and Timing Behavior. Transportation Research Record,�Vol. 2134, pp. 51-62.��
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