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Zone centroid


An assumed point in a zone that represents the origin or destination of all trips to or from that zone. Generally, it is the weighted centre of trip ends, rather than the geometrical centre of a zone.
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Trip attraction


Usually used to describe trip ends connected with non-residential land uses in a zone. Also defined as the non home end of a home based trip or the destination of a non home based trip.
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Zone


A portion of the study area with homogenous land use, socio-economic and demographic characteristics.
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Trip purpose


This can be defined as work trips, school trips, recreational or social trips and shopping trips.
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Trip production


Usually used to describe trip ends connected with residential land uses in a zone. Also defined as the home end of a home-based trip, or the origin of a non home-based trip.
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Trip matrix


A two dimensional matrix that represents the demand for travel among all zones in a study area for individual or grouped purposes, modes or types.
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Trip generation


The process by which the total numbers of trips beginning, or ending, in a zone are determined, based on demographic, socio-economic and land use characteristics.
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Trip end


Either a trip origin or trip destination.
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Trip distribution


The process by which the total numbers of trips originating in each zone are distributed among all the possible destination zones.
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Trip assignment


The process by which flows between zones derived from the trip distribution process are allocated to the minimum path routes through a network.
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