A Microcomputer Based Interactive Model for Strategic Land Use -- Transportation Planning

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by Ram K. Kumar, Barton-Aschman Associates, Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Microcomputer Applications in Transportation III:

Abstract: This paper describes a microcomputer based urban activity model, intended as a tool for use by planners to explore impacts of various development scenarios. The model, LUTRAM, is menu driven, where inputs could be varied interactively to enable performing 'what-if' type analyses. The outputs from the model can be presented graphically, and displayed on screen or sent to a plotter. LUTRAM consists of interacting submodels for estimating employment location, residential location, and transport flows.

Subject Headings: Residential location | Computer models | Computer software | Land use | Decision support systems | Graphic methods | Employment |

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