The Toronto Area Scheduling Model for Household Agents (TASHA), a new prototype activity scheduling microsimulation model, generates activity schedules and travel patterns for a 24-h typical weekday for all persons in a household. The prototype model is based solely on conventional trip diary data and therefore is applicable in many urban areas where activity data may not be available. This model can report results for multi-decade forecast horizons, travel demand on a typical weekday, travel impacts on a typical weekday.
Miller, E.J. and M.J. Roorda, “A Prototype Model of Household Activity/Travel Scheduling”, Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1831, 2003, pp. 114-121. https://doi.org/10.3141/1831-13
forecasting travel demand and impacts
regional governments, municipal governments
population, employment, transportation networks
Detailed spatial-temporal travel by mode and purpose for all urban residents