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    Transit O-D counting methodologies

    Other than TRB's 1995 report, I haven't found much in terms of quantification methods for O-D trips for rural and small communities.

    What's the state of the practice in determining Transit OD for rural communities

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    Is there a RosettaStone program to translate what you wrote?

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    Quote Originally posted by mike gurnee View post
    Is there a RosettaStone program to translate what you wrote?
    TRB = Transportation Research Board
    O = Origin
    D = Destination

    I am unaware that there is a signifigant difference in the methodologies, though you may need to adjust for sample size.
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    @DetroitPlanner, Have you done any work with rural transit modeling? any research you might be able to refer me too?

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    Sorry I am not a modeler though I have to work with quite a few.
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