This paper proposes simultaneous choice model of trip pattern and departure time on one-day shopping travel that consider the availability of a flexible daily time constraint during noon until evening, namely praying time constraint. The choice model assumes that traveler decisions to the both travel problem is determined at the same time and due to minimize the total disutility of three kinds of disutility. The three include disutility of shortage stay time at shopping place, disutility of lateness home arrival time, and disutility that consider the praying time constraint. The model was applied to the individuals who are living in a residential area and have been conducting shopping centre travel. They should conduct a praying time-activity as Islamic society. By taking a goodness of fit test, it was revealed the proposed model was acceptable. The model can be applied to develop a model of travel mode choice in further studies.
|Number of pages||1|
|Journal||Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
Ramli, M. I., Oeda, Y., Sumi, T., & Matsunaga, C. (2011). A Trip Pattern Choice Model of Shopping Travel Based on Consideration of Flexible Daily Time Constraint. Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2011(0), 75-75. https://doi.org/10.11175/eastpro.2011.0.75.0