By Carl Henrik Hall.
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20 Planning of Public Transport Many authors have also used different forms of insertion heuristics to solve the DARP. Madsen et al. (1995) use an algorithm based on an insertion heuristic to solve the DARP with multiple capacities and multiple objectives. The algorithm was developed to solve a real-life problem of scheduling transportation for elderly and disabled in Copenhagen, Denmark. Diana & Dessouky (2004) presented a parallel regret insertion heuristic to solve large instances of the DARP.
First of all, data can be exported from the GIS to the modeling tool and vice versa. In this way all computation is done in either the GIS or in the modeling tool. As an example, input data can be prepared in the GIS, exported to the external modeling tool and computed there, and thereafter exported back to GIS for visualization or further analyzes of the results. This can either be done manually, or called from the GIS interface. If done manually, the new functionality of the modeling tool is actually never added to the GIS.
If routes with low departure frequencies should be used, coordination at the transfer locations must be made between the vehicles, and in this way complicating the construction of integrated journeys. The use of low frequented routes without any coordination to the demand responsive vehicles increases the transfer times. In case of coordination between a demand responsive service and a fixed route service there are the additional problem of different travel times for the demand responsive service.
A framework for evaluation and design of an integrated public transport system by Carl Henrik Hall.