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Volume 5, No. 2 (2012)  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170175

Table of Contents:

  • Viewpoint: Triumph of the City, pp. 1-4
  • Community design and how much we drive, pp. 5-21
  • Urban form and travel behavior: Experience from a Nordic context, pp. 21-45
  • Understanding spatial variations in the impact of accessibility on land value using geographically weighted regression, pp. 46-59
  • The impact of a new light rail system on single-family property values in Charlotte, North Carolina, pp. 60-67
  • Impacts of low-speed vehicles on transportation infrastructure and safety, pp. 68-76
  • The effects of transport infrastructure on regional economic development: A simulated spatial overlapping generations model with heterogenous skill, pp. 77-101
  • Evaluating the effects of land use and strategies for parking and transit supply on mode choice of downtown commuters, pp. 103-119
  • Book Review: Transport for suburbia: Beyond the automobile age, pp. 121-122

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    Viewpoint: Triumph of the City

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    Community design and how much we drive

    Marshall, Wesley; Garrick, Norman (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2012)
    The preponderance of evidence suggests that denser and more connected communities with a higher degree of mixed land uses results in fewer vehicle kilometers traveled (VKT). However, there is less agreement as the size of ...

    Urban form and travel behavior: Experience from a Nordic context

    Næss, Petter (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2012)
    This article surveys the results of research carried out in the Nordic countries on the influence of various aspects of urban form and settlement patterns on travel behavior and discusses these results in the view of studies ...

    Understanding spatial variations in the impact of accessibility on land value using geographically weighted regression

    Du, Hongbo; Mulley, Corinne (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2012)
    This paper aims to understand the spatial variability in house prices and accessibility. The motivation for understanding the connection between accessibility and house prices stems from the increasing attention given in ...

    The impact of a new light rail system on single-family property values in Charlotte, North Carolina

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