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Volume 4, No. 1 (2011)  [7]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170171

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: The Journal of Transport and Land Use Enters Year Four, pp. 1-3
  • Agglomeration economies, accessibility, and the spatial choice behavior of relocating firms, pp. 5-24
  • ‘New urbanism’ or metropolitan-level centralization? A comparison of the influences of metropolitan-level and neighborhood-level urban form characteristics on travel behavior, pp. 25-44
  • An application of the node place model to explore the spatial development dynamics of station areas in Tokyo, pp. 45-58
  • Defining land use intensity based on roadway level-of-service targets, pp. 59-69
  • Impacts of ethanol plants on highway networks , pp. 71-81
  • Book Review: Gridlock: Why We're Stuck in Traffic and What to Do About It, pp. 83-85

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    Introduction: The Journal of Transport and Land Use Enters Year Four

    Levinson, David (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    This article introduces vol. 4, no. 1 issue of Journal of Transport and Land Use.

    Agglomeration economies, accessibility, and the spatial choice behavior of relocating firms

    de Bok, Michiel; van Oort, Frank (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    A growing body of empirical urban economic studies suggests that agglomeration and accessibility externalities are important sources of the uneven distribution of economic activities across cities and regions. At the same ...

    ‘New urbanism’ or metropolitan-level centralization? A comparison of the in􏰆uences of metropolitan-level and neighborhood-level urban form characteristics on travel behavior

    Naess, Petter (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    Based on a study in the Copenhagen Metropolitan Area, this paper compares the influences of macro-level and micro-level urban form characteristics on the respondents’ traveling distance by car on weekdays. The Copenhagen ...

    An application of the node-place model to explore the spatial development dynamics of station areas in Tokyo

    Chorus, Paul; Bertolini, Luca (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    The high level of integration between railway and real estate development in Tokyo makes the city an interesting example for other metropolitan areas looking for ways to promote transit-oriented development. To successfully ...

    Defining land use intensity based on roadway level of service targets

    Iravani, Hamid; Mirhoseini, Arash; Rasoolzadeh, Maziar (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    Traditionally, master planners develop an initial land use scenario for an undeveloped site, which is then forwarded to transportation planners for modeling purposes. On the basis of travel demand forecast, several ...

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