A comprehensive activity-travel pattern modeling system for non-workers with empirical focus on the organization of activity episodes
MetadataShow full item record
This paper proposes a comprehensive continuous-time framework for representation and analysis of the activity-travel choices of non-workers. The paper also presents econometric formulations for components of the comprehensive framework that focus on the overall organization of activities (including number and type of activities, and activity sequencing) in the non-worker’s daily activity-travel pattern. The paper concludes with an empirical analysis using activity-travel data from the 1990 San Francisco Bay Area travel diary survey. A companion paper being prepared by the authors discusses the econometric formulations and associated empirical results for components of the overall framework that address the temporal and spatial attributes of the daily activity-travel pattern.