In this paper, an agent-based model is presented to test the feasibility of different configurations of Demand Responsive Shared Transport (DRST) services in a real context. DRST services provide “just-in-time” mobility solutions by dynamically assigning a fleet of vehicles to passenger booking requests taking advantages of Information and Communication Technologies. First results show the impact of different route choice strategies on the system performance and can be useful to help the planning and designing of such services.

Testing demand responsive shared transport services via agent-based simulations

Giuseppe Inturri
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Nadia Giuffrida;Matteo Ignaccolo;Michela Le Pira;Alessandro Pluchino;Andrea Rapisarda
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2018

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In this paper, an agent-based model is presented to test the feasibility of different configurations of Demand Responsive Shared Transport (DRST) services in a real context. DRST services provide “just-in-time” mobility solutions by dynamically assigning a fleet of vehicles to passenger booking requests taking advantages of Information and Communication Technologies. First results show the impact of different route choice strategies on the system performance and can be useful to help the planning and designing of such services.
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