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Volume 6, No. 2 (2013)  [6]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170178

Table of Contents:

  • Mobility, access, and choice: A new source of evidence, pp. 1-4
  • Explaining walking distance to public transport: The dominance of public transport supply, pp. 5-20
  • Metropolitan smart growth centers: An assessment of incentive policies in four regions, pp. 21-32
  • Development of a temporal and spatial linkage between transit demand and land-use patterns, pp. 33-46
  • Spatial modeling of bicycle activity at signalized intersections, pp. 47-58
  • Modeling the land-use correlates of vehicle-trip lengths for assessing the transportation impacts of land developments, pp. 59-75

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    Mobility, access, and choice: A new source of evidence

    Metz, David (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    The availability of a large national data set of accessibility indicators allows investigation of the relationship between mobility and access to, and choice of, key destinations for the population of England. The destinations ...

    Explaining walking distance to public transport: The dominance of public transport supply

    Daniels, Rhonda; Corinne, Mulley (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    Potential influences on explaining walking distance from home to access public transport are investigated, including trip and demographic characteristics and public transport supply. In Sydney, Australia, people walk farther ...

    Metropolitan smart growth centers: An assessment of incentive policies in four regions

    Margerum, Richard; Brody, Susan; Parker, Robert; McEwen, Gail (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    Across the United States, metropolitan areas face challenges related to transportation and land use. An emerging policy in many regions is to promote development around higher-density, mixed-use (smart-growth) centers that ...

    Development of a temporal and spatial linkage between transit demand and land-use patterns

    Lee, Sanggu; Hickman, Mark; Tong, Daoqin (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    We are exploring ways to capture the temporal and spatial dimensions of the use of public transit. Specifically, we are investigating how different land uses affect the spatial and temporal demand for public transit services. ...

    Spatial modeling of bicycle activity at signalized intersections Jillian Strauss, Luis F Miranda-M

    Strauss, Jillian; Miranda-Moreno, Luis (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    This paper presents a methodology to investigate the link between bicycle activity and built environment, road and transit network characteristics, and bicycle facilities while also accounting for spatial autocorrelation ...

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