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In the realm of traffic assignment over a network involving rigid arc capacities, the aim of the present work is to generalize the model of Marcotte, Nguyen, and Schoeb [Marcotte P, Nguyen S, Schoeb A (2004) A strategic flow model of traffic assignment in static capacitated networks. Oper. Res. 52(2):191–212.] by casting it within a stochastic user equilibrium framework. The strength of the proposed model is to incorporate two sources of stochasticity stemming, respectively, from the users’ imperfect knowledge regarding arc costs (represented by a discrete choice model) and the probability of not accessing saturated arcs. Moreover, the arc-based formulation extends the Markovian traffic equilibrium model of Baillon and Cominetti [Baillon JB, Cominetti R (2008) Markovian traffic equilibrium. Math. Programming 111(1-2):33–56.] through the explicit consideration of capacities. This paper is restricted to the case of acyclic networks, for which we present solution algorithms and numerical experiments.

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