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Non-linear fixed and multi-level random effects of origin–destination specific attributes on route choice behaviour

Non-linear fixed and multi-level random effects of origin–destination specific attributes on route choice behaviour

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This study explores the effects of origin–destination (O–D) attributes on route choice with long-term GPS data collected by private vehicles in Toyota city, Japan. The non-linear fixed effects are captured by the piecewise specified structural tastes on costs in the utility functions. The multi-level random effects are captured by the multi-level random terms. This empirical analysis demonstrates that the incorporation of O–D attributes can enhance the route choice models significantly. The effects of both O–D distance and drivers’ familiarity with the O–D on route utilities are proved to be non-linear and non-monotonic. Besides the fixed effects, the multi-level random effects of OD attributes are also confirmed to be significant.

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