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JTLU Volume 6, No. 1 (2013)  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170177

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: The Journal of Transport and Land Use enters year six, pp. 1-5
  • Linking urban transport and land use in developing countries, pp. 7-24
  • Measuring the impacts of local land-use policies on vehicle miles of travel: The case of the first big-box store in Davis, California, pp. 25-39
  • Microsimulation framework for urban price-taker markets, pp. 41-51
  • Why people use their cars while the built environment imposes cycling, pp. 53-62
  • What is mixed use? Presenting an interaction method for measuring land use mix, pp. 63-72
  • An Agent-Based Model of Origin Destination Estimation (ABODE), pp. 73-88
  • The impact of transport, land and fiscal policy on housing and economic geography in a small, open growth model, pp. 89-100
  • Book Review: Montréal at the Crossroads, edited by Pierre Gauthier, Jochen Jaeger, and Jason Princer, pp. 101-102

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    The Journal of Transport and Land Use enters year six

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    Linking urban transport and land use in developing countries

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    The mobility challenges of the developing world are considerably different than those in wealthier, advanced countries, and so are the challenges of coordinating transportation and land use. Rapid population growth, poverty ...

    Measuring the impacts of local land-use policies on vehicle miles of travel: The case of the first big-box store in Davis, California

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    Microsimulation framework for urban price-taker markets

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    Why people use their cars while the built environment imposes cycling

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