Olusola T. Faboya
A Novel Modal Shift Modelling Framework for Transport Systems
Faboya, Olusola T.; Siebers, Peer-Olaf; Ryan, Brendan; Figueredo, Grazziela P.
Dr PEER-OLAF SIEBERS email@example.com
BRENDAN RYAN firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAZZIELA PATROCINIO FIGUEREDO G.Figueredo@nottingham.ac.uk
Senior Research Data Scientist
The challenges from transport modes on human environments, health and economy, have called for investigations into how behavioural changes can be achieved for better resource utilisation. Trip makers' travel demands have been identified, and they include cognitive, physical and affective aspects. Presently there is a shortage of models that integrate all those demands. In addition, trip maker's context during decision making and social interaction structures are not addressed. These gaps have made it difficult to stimulate behavioural changes for modal shift effectively. This paper introduces a novel modal shift framework (MOSH framework) to support research on how to best stimulate trip makers' behaviour changes to adopt less preferred transport modes. MOSH framework encompasses the Consumat model, which integrates social-psychological theories, coupled with a cognitive work analysis. These two (Consumat and Cognitive Work Analysis) were chosen to incorporate all travel demand factors into trip maker's decision-making process. A hypothetical case study model of the shift from road to rail was developed using the framework to demonstrate its applicability for such investigations.
|Presentation Conference Type||Conference Paper (unpublished)|
|Start Date||Sep 25, 2017|
|APA6 Citation||Faboya, O. T., Siebers, P., Ryan, B., & Figueredo, G. P. (2017, September). A Novel Modal Shift Modelling Framework for Transport Systems. Paper presented at Social Simulation Conference 2017 (SSC2017)|
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