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Exploring the Impact of User Preferences on Shared Autonomous Vehicle Modal Split: A Multi-Agent Simulation Approach

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Joseph Kamel
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Jakob Puchinger
Feirouz Ksontini
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Göknur Sirin
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Abstract

Shared autonomous vehicles are considered to have a transformative impact on future urban transportation and especially Shared Mobility. In order to assess the transport-related impact of this new mode, various models and simulations are under development. The majority of recently proposed simulations are based on activity-based multi-agent approaches. Thanks to the disaggregated level of data in multi-agent simulation, the traveler decision making mechanisms might be individualized according the attributes. In this paper we try to take in advantage of this granularity in order to explore the impact of user preferences on the modal split of shared autonomous vehicles. To illustrate the proposed methodology the transport system of Paris is simulated by using an activity-based multi-agent tool called MATSim. The traveler preferences toward shared autonomous vehicles use are also summarized based on the literature review.
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hal-01862208 , version 1 (27-08-2018)

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Joseph Kamel, Reza Vosooghi, Jakob Puchinger, Feirouz Ksontini, Göknur Sirin. Exploring the Impact of User Preferences on Shared Autonomous Vehicle Modal Split: A Multi-Agent Simulation Approach. 21st annual meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation (EWGT2018), Sep 2018, Braunschweig, Germany. pp.115-122, ⟨10.1016/j.trpro.2018.12.173⟩. ⟨hal-01862208⟩
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