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JTLU Volume 4, No. 3 (2011)  [7]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170173

Table of Contents:

  • Introducing the World Society for Transport and Land Use Research, pp. 1-2
  • The impact of the residential built environment on work at home adoption frequency: An example from Northern California, pp. 3-22
  • Mobile phones and telecommuting: Effects on trips and tours of Londoners, pp. 23-41
  • The attributes of residence/workplace areas and transit commuting, pp. 43-63
  • The impact of residential growth patterns on vehicle travel and pollutant emissions , pp. 65-80
  • Divergence of potential state-level performance measures to assess transportation and land use coordination, pp. 81-103
  • Using multi-criteria decision making to highlight stakeholders’ values in the corridor planning process, pp. 105-118

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    Introducing the World Society for Transport and Land Use Research

    Krizek, Kevin; Clifton, Kelly (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    This article introduces vol. 4, no. 3 issue of Journal of Transport and Land Use.

    The impact of the residential built environment on work at home adoption and frequency: An example from Northern California

    Tang, Wei (Laura); Mokhtarian, Patricia; Handy, Susan (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    Working at home is widely viewed as a useful travel-reduction strategy, and it is partly for that reason that considerable research related to telecommuting and home-based work has been conducted in the last two decades. ...

    Mobile phones and telecommuting: Effects on trips and tours of Londoners

    Padayhag, Grace; Schmöcker, Jan-Dirk; Fukuda, Daisuke (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    This study contributes to the existing literature on the travel behavioral effects of mobile phone possession and telecommuting by investigating the effects of both and looking at average trips and tours per day as well ...

    The attributes of residence/workplace areas and transit commuting

    Lee, Bumsoo; Gordon, Peter; Moore, James, II; Richardson, Harry (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    Area type matters when we try to explain variations in public transit commuting; workplace (commuting destination) type matters more than residence (origin) type. We found this statistical link over a sample of all census ...

    The impact of residential growth patterns on vehicle travel and pollutant emissions

    Niemeier, Deb; Bai, Song; Handy, Susan (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2011)
    In light of the increasing reliance on compact growth as a fundamental strategy for reducing vehicle emissions, it is important to better understand how land use-transportation interactions influence the production of ...

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