With growing emphasis in Florida’s urban regions on non-auto mobility – public transit, pedestrian and bicyclist modes – it is useful to develop methods that accommodate the potential adoption of non-auto modes within the mobility planning process. Toward this end, the proposed research employs an existing regiol model framework to study multi-modal mobility for the Central Florida region. The model will predict the tendency for auto vs non-auto mode choice by individual citizens, and the resulting increase in mobility, based on the level of transit and non-motorized investments to help improve travel forecasting accuracy.
Start Date: 1/1/2020 - End Date: 5/10/2020
Type of Project
Help with Data Processing and Prelimiry Alysis
Interested in Working With the Following Programs
For EXCEL URE Students Only
EXCEL / COMPASS (STEM only)