Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)

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Professor Andrew Daly

Emeritus Professor

Email: andrew@alogit.com_
Research Group: Choice Modelling

Key Research Interests

  • choice modelling
  • travel demand modelling
  • model estimation and optimisation
  • software development and support
  • estimation of consumer valuations

Employment History

  • Project Manager, Local Government OR Unit, Reading, 1969-77
  • Director, Cambridge Systematics Europe and Vice-President, Cambridge Systematics Inc., The Hague, 1977-85
  • Co-Founder and Director, Hague Consulting Group, The Hague, 1985-2001
  • Modelling Director, then Senior Adviser, RAND Europe, Leiden and Cambridge, 2001-date
  • Software developer, HCG Software, 2001-2006 and ALOGIT Software & Analysis, 2007-date
  • Research Professor, ITS, 1998-date


  • BA, Mathematics, Oxford University, 1969

Professional Engagements

  • member of organising committees for conferences
  • Chair, Methodological Innovations Committee, European Transport Conference 2003-2006
  • frequent reviewer for journals

Research Projects and Experience

  • manager and/or supervising director and/or adviser for several hundred professional or academic projects
  • contract negotiation, report writing, presentation
  • adviser to governments on transport modelling


  • supervised 2 Masters theses and 2 Ph.D. students
  • external examiner for 6 Ph.D. theses in 4 other countries
  • many occasional lectures and seminars at ITS and other universities



Book Chapters

  • Zhang J; Daly A (2009) Group behaviour modelling, In: Kitamura R; et al. (Ed) Selected papers from the proceedings of the 11th conference on travel behaviour research (Kyoto), Emerald Books.
  • Daly AJ; Carrasco J (2009) The influence of trip length on marginal time and money values, In: Kitamura R; et al. (Ed) Selected papers from the proceedings of the 11th conference on travel behaviour research (Kyoto), Emerald Books.
  • Daly AJ (2007) Properties of Random Utility Models of Consumer Choice, In: Heydecker B (Ed) Mathematics in Transport, Elsevier, pp.pp.1.
  • Daly AJ (2001) Updating and Extending National Models, In: Lundqvist; L; Mattson; L-G (Ed) National Transport Models, Springer.
  • Nielsen OA; Hansen CO; Daly AJ (2001) A large-scale model system for the Copenhagen-Ringsted railway project, In: Hensher D (Ed) Travel Behaviour Research: The Leading Edge, Pergamon, pp.603-626.
  • Daly AJ; Nielsen OA (2001) Large-scale model systems, report of applications workshop in IATBR Conference, In: Hensher D (Ed) Travel behaviour research: the leading edge, Pergamon, pp.315-325.
  • Paag H; Daly AJ; Rohr C (2001) Predicting use of the Copenhagen harbour tunnel, In: Hensher D (Ed) Travel Behaviour Research: The Leading Edge, Pergamon, pp.627-646.
  • Daly AJ (2000) National Models, In: Hensher D; Button K (Ed) Handbook of Transport Modelling, Pergamon, pp.421-432.
  • Bradley MA; Daly AJ (2000) New analysis issues in Stated Preference research, In: Ortuzar JD (Ed) Stated Preference Modelling Techniques: Perspectives 4, PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd, London.
  • Cirillo C; Daly AJ; Lindveld K (2000) Eliminating bias due to the repeated measurements problem in SP data, In: Ortuzar JD (Ed) Stated Preference Modelling Techniques: PTRC Perspectives 4, PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd.
  • Daly AJ; Rohr C; Jovicic G (1999) Application of models based on stated and revealed preference data for forecasting traffic between East and West Denmark, Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, pp.121-134.
  • Ettema D; Daly AJ; de Jong G; Kroes EP (1998) Een verkeersmodel op basis van activiteitenpatronen, In: Kapoen; et al. (Ed) Op weg naar steden van morgen, Van Gorcum.
  • de Jong G; Daly AJ; Gunn HF; Blom U (1998) Forecasting Car Occupancy: literature Review and Model Development, In: Ortúzar JD; Hensher D; Jara-Diaz S (Ed) Travel Behaviour Research: Updating the State of Play, Elsevier.
  • Daly AJ; Rohr C (1998) Forecasting demand for new travel alternatives, In: Garling T; Laitila T; Westin K (Ed) Theoretical foundations of travel choice modeling, Elsevier, pp.451-471.
  • Bradley MA; Daly AJ (1997) Estimation of choice models using mixed stated preference and revealed preference information, In: Stopher P; Lee-Gosselin M (Ed) Understanding travel behaviour in an era of change, Pergamon, pp.209-231.
  • Algers S; Daly AJ; Kjellman P (1996) Stockholm model system (SIMS): Application, In: Hensher DA; King J; Oum T (Ed) Seventh World Conference on Transport Research, Sydney, Pergamon.
  • van Knippenberg C; Daly AJ (1989) Handboek Sociale Verkeerskunde ( A Handbook of Social Traffic Studies ), .
  • Ben-Akiva M; Bergman MJ; Daly AJ; Ramaswamy R (1984) Modelling inter-urban route choice behaviour, Proceedings of 8th International SYmposium on Transport and Traffic Theory (Kijkduin), VNU Press, pp.299-330.
  • Daly AJ (1984) Cost Saving Methods in Travel Demand Forecasting, In: Pitfield DE (Ed) Discrete Choice Models in Regional Science, .
  • Daly AJ (1981) Behavioural Travel Modelling - Some European Experience, In: Bannister D; Hall P (Ed) Transport and Public Policy Planning, .
  • Daly AJ (1981) Some Issues in the Application of Disaggregate Choice Models, In: Stopher PR; Meyburg AH; Brog W (Ed) New Horizons in Travel-Behaviour Research, .
  • Daly AJ (1979) Some Developments in Travel Demand Modelling, In: Hensher DA; Stopher PR (Ed) Behavioural Travel Modelling, .
  • Daly AJ (1978) Issues in the estimation of journey attribute values, In: Hensher DA; Dalvi MQ (Ed) Determinants of Travel Choice, Saxon House.
  • Daly AJ; Zachary S (1978) Improved multiple choice models, In: Hensher DA; Dalvi MQ (Ed) Determinants of Travel Choice, .
  • Daly AJ (1974) Research on transport demand models, Proceedings, fifteenth annual meeting of the transportation research forum, San Francisco, .
  • Cooper DM; Daly AJ (1972) Location of incinerators, Proccedings of symposium on incineration of refuse and sludge, Southampton University Press.

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