Integrated transport planning framework involving combined utility regret approach

Yang Wang*, Andres Monzon, Floridea Di Ciommo, Sigal Kaplan

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Abstract

Sustainable transport planning requires an integrated approaeh involving strategic planning, impact analysis, and multicriteria evaluation. This study aimed at relaxing the utility-based decision-making assumption by newly embedding anticipated-regret and combined utility regret decision mechanisms in a framework for integrated transport planning. The framework consisted of a two-round Delphi survey, integrated land use and transport model for Madrid, and multicriteria analysis. Results show that (a) the regret-based ranking has a similar mean but larger variance than the utility-based ranking does, (b) the least-regret scenario forms a compromise between the desired and the expected scenarios, (c) the least-regret scenario can lead to higher user benefits in the short term and lower user benefits in the long term, (d) the utility-based, the regret-based, and the combined utility- and regret-based multicriteria analyses result in different rankings of policy packages, and (e) the combined utility regret ranking is more informative compared with the utility-based or the regret-based ranking.

Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationTransportation Research Record
PublisherNational Research Council
Pages59-66
Number of pages8
Volume2429
ISBN (Electronic)9780309295239
DOIs
StatePublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

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