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This paper proposes a stochastic variant of the stable matching model from Rasulkhani and Chow  which allows microtransit operators to evaluate their operation policy and resource allocations. The proposed model takes into account the stochastic nature of users' travel utility perception, resulting in a probabilistic stable operation cost allocation outcome to design ticket price and ridership forecasting. We applied the model for the operation policy evaluation of a microtransit service in Luxembourg and its border area. The methodology for the model parameters estimation and calibration is developed. The results provide useful insights for the operator and the government to improve the ridership of the service.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Submitted - 8 Apr 2020|
Bibliographical noteThis article was submitted and deposit in arXiv : a free distribution service and an open-access archive
A user-operator assignment game with heterogeneous user groups for empirical evaluation of a microtransit service in LuxembourgMa, T-Y., Chow, J. Y. J., Klein, S. & Ma, Z., 28 Nov 2019, (Submitted) 24 p.
Research output: Working paper