In this paper, the basic concepts of modeling of urban transport systems are analyzed. The known variants of the definition of the concept of the transport system, its main components and the essence of the stages of identification of transport systems (TS) are presented. The example of the Lviv city TS shows the process of modeling the transport network, determining the time characteristics of the modeled transport system and forming a demand matrix for trips of a certain type in a certain segment of users (origin-destination matrix when moving students from their places of compact residence to the nodes of external transport for further implementation of intercity travel). The obtained indicators can be further applied in determining the demand for transportation in transport systems of large cities
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