Transport modelling is a fascinating subject, but is often a black art to those who use its results in practice. It is generally regarded as a specialist subject for a few dedicated specialists, and yet more and more planners require transport modelling results in their evidence base for decision-making, whilst also substantial financial investments rely on model outcomes.
A better understanding of what transport models are, what they can and cannot do, good practice, and guidance on what matters most in their application, can help these practitioners in their communication with modellers, and ultimately deliver greater value.
This book is for undergraduate and graduate students, early career professionals and those who need to engage with transport modellers. It is a practical book, although well grounded in the theory. The coverage is accessible and also well referenced to good quality material in other applications.
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Tom van Vuren has been involved in transport modelling practice for over 2 decades, currently as a Divisional Director at Mott MacDonald. Until recently he was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association for European Transport.
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