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Figures for the paper "The Edge Investment Problem: Upgrading Transit Line Segments with Multiple Investing Parties"

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posted on 05.08.2022, 10:31 authored by Rowan HoogervorstRowan Hoogervorst, Evelien van der HurkEvelien van der Hurk, Philine Schiewe, Anita Schöbel, Reena Urban

Two different types of figures are included:

  • Line segment plots
  • Line segment plots by budget

The naming schemes of the figures are as follows:

  • Line segment plots: lineSegments-{size}-{segment cost}-{demand pattern}-{model list}-{objective function}-{budget split list}-{scaling factor list}.png
  • Line segment plots by budget: lineSegmentsByBudget-{size}-{segment cost}-{demand pattern}-{model list}-{objective function}-{budget split list}-{scaling factor list}.png

Explanation Plots

For each model SOC, EIP with budget split in budget split list, ROI with budget split in budget split list, scaling factor in scaling factor list, the segments upgrades for budget limit in budget limit list are given. Segments are colored according to the corresponding municipality if they are upgraded and are gray if they are not upgraded. The shade of the color gives the share of the passengers using the segment compared to the total number of potential passengers. The width of a segment corresponds to its costs. The passenger distribution for the completely upgraded BRT line is given at the top. The investment is given as a percentage of the costs of the complete BRT line and the passengers attracted are given as a percentage of the potential of the completely upgraded BRT line.

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Urban Accessibility and Connectivity

European Commission

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