Route analysis and modeling between transport zones based on GPS data
Tutor / director / evaluatorMontero Mercadé, Lídia
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
Traditional traffic simulations rely most of them in fixed sensors, and traditional surveys. However, Global Positioning System (GPS) provides a better way of observing spatial and temporal data and, thus can be used for investigation travel and routing behaviors. Nonetheless, raw data is not ease to be treated since must be attached to a given network. Data collected on March 2017, on regular days, contains information about waypoints and its corresponding trips. Trips are relative to Primary Crown of Barcelona network. The aim is to analyze data and by treating it, to be able to define routes in the origin-destination pattern that better ensures properties that must hold in discrete choice models based on Mlogit models.