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Volume 6, No. 3 (2013)  [7]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170179

Table of Contents:

  • Information, communication, travel behavior and accessibility, pp. 1-16
  • Making accessibility analyses accessible: A tool to facilitate the public review of the effects of regional transportation plans on accessibility, pp. 17-28
  • The implications of and institutional barriers to compact land development for transportation: Evidence from Bejing, pp. 29-42
  • Measuring transportation at a human scale: An intercept survey approach to capture pedestrian activity, pp. 43-59
  • A multidimensional decisions modeling framework for built space supply, pp. 61-74
  • The impact of weight matrices on parameter estimation and inference: A case study of binary response using land-use data, pp. 75-85
  • Book Review: Triumph of the City, Edward Glaeser, pp. 87-89

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    Information, communication, travel behavior and accessibility

    Van Wee, Bert; Geurs, Karst; Chorus, Casper (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    Over the past two decades many papers have been published on the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on travel behavior, but the literature focusing on the impact of ICT on accessibility is relatively ...

    Making accessibility analyses accessible: A tool to facilitate the public review of the effects of regional transportation plans on accessibility

    Golub, Aaron; Robinson, Glenn; Nee, Brendan (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    The regional transportation planning process in the United States has not been easily opened to public oversight even after strengthened requirements for public participation and civil rights considerations. In the effort ...

    The implications of and institutional barriers to compact land development for transportation: Evidence from Bejing

    Zhao, Pengjun (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    Land use patterns are believed to affect transportation, while low-capacity land-use management is often seen as one of the primary institutional barriers to sustainable transport. Examining the case of Beijing, this paper ...

    Measuring transportation at a human scale: An intercept survey approach to capture pedestrian activity

    Schneider, Robert James (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    Pedestrian travel data are critical for measuring and analyzing sustainable transportation systems. However, traditional household travel surveys and analysis methods often ignore secondary modes, such as walking from a ...

    A multidimensional decisions modeling framework for built space supply

    Farooq, Bilal; Miller, Eric; Haider, Murtaza (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013)
    The spatial and temporal distribution of built space supply plays an important role in shaping urban form and thus the general travel pattern in an urban area. Within an integrated framework, we are interested in modeling ...

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