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Time-Dependent Transportation Network Design Considering Land-Use and Equity Issue Between Land Owners With Ant Colony Optimization Method

Year: 1391
COI: ICCE09_966
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Shahriar Afandizadeh Zargari - Assistant Professor in Transportation Engineering
Mohammad Ali Arman
Navid Kalantari

Abstract:

Transportation network design is traditionally known as the problem of selecting the optimal capacity of links in a transportation network. So far most transportation network design studies focus on the problem of optimizing the network for a certain time in future without considering time dimension, whereas huge economic growth and activitiesin transportation extent worldwide and rise in value of time infer to consider time dimension in studies. Time-dependant transportation network design is could be defined as the gradual improvements to the network by considering the changing travel demand over a planning horizon. Even though network improvements could be beneficial for every network user, but it resultant change in land-use patterns and as a result change in land value may not be fare and even could be impairing for some land owners. In this paper gradual network improvement and change in land-uses are considered simultaneously, and tried to optimize this problem in order to gain an acceptable level of inter land owners equity during the planning period with ACO method

Keywords:

Transportation network design, Time dependant, Land value, Equity, Ant colony optimization

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Afandizadeh Zargari, Shahriar and Arman, Mohammad Ali and Kalantari, Navid,1391,Time-Dependent Transportation Network Design Considering Land-Use and Equity Issue Between Land Owners With Ant Colony Optimization Method,9th International Congress on Civil Engineering,Isfahan,https://civilica.com/doc/166033

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