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Shepherd, S.P.; Shires, J.; Pfaffenbichler, P.; Emberger, G.
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Recent research has shown that a substantial proportion of local authorities do not use models for strategy formulation or scheme design and appraisal. Models were perceived to be unable to reflect the range of policy instruments which local authorities now use; and were seen as too complex for local authority staff and stakeholders to use themselves. To overcome these issues the MARS model has been enhanced to provide a transparent and easy to use tool with a flight simulator front-end. This paper describes the model along with improvements to the representation of public transport by inclusion of quality and crowding factors and the incorporation of urban heavy rail.
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    • Department for Transport (2006) “Road Traffic and Public Transport Assignment Modelling”. WebTag Unit 3.11.2.
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