HomeDLSU Engineering Journalvol. 18 no. 1 (2006)

A Public Transportation stop Location and Scheduling Model with Stochastic demand

Tanya Lim | Reginald Ruiz | Darlene Joy Uy | Dennis T. Beng Hui | Richard C. Li

Discipline: Engineering, Technology



This study presents a mathematical model that simultaneously locates transport stations and formulates a schedule for transport systems given stochastic demand for different time periods. These are important decisions to make because of the conflicting objectives of the different groups in involved in transport operations. Previous studies have considered only location or scheduling and sought the optimisation of performance measures desired by one group of decision-makers only.