Route choice models for pedestrians need to deal with the complexity of dynamic scenarios. Rather than producing a fixed path once a pedestrian is created, the path choice of each pedestrian must be continuously updated with local information. We present a dynamic pedestrian route choice model based on continuous observations of perceived time estimations. In addition wevalidated our model with real worldpassenger flow data from a subway station next to Vienna's largest football stadium.
Stubenschrott, M., Kogler, C., Matyus, T., & Seer, S. (2014). A dynamic pedestrian route choice model validated in a high density subway station. In Transportation Research Procedia (Vol. 2, pp. 376–384). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2014.09.036