DfT updates TAG modelling units with new advice

Peter Stonham
09 May 2024
Acceptable ranges for elasticities in realism testing have been derived from the meta-models of cost and time elasticities produced by Professor Mark Wardman
Acceptable ranges for elasticities in realism testing have been derived from the meta-models of cost and time elasticities produced by Professor Mark Wardman
 

A set of updates to units of the DfT’s modelling guidance is being issued this month to reflect latest evidence and best practice, says the department’s Transport Appraisal and Strategic Modelling (TASM) division.

A new TAG advice document M5.4 agent-based methods and activity-based demand modelling is being added to provide an introduction to these alternative methodologies. “These alternative methods emerge from evolving requirements in transport modelling, as there is...

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