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Volume 8, No. 1 (2015)  [11]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/172082

Table of Contents:

  • Trip generation: Introduction to the special section, pp. 1-4
  • Adjusting ITE’s Trip Generation Handbook for urban context, pp. 5-29
  • Phantom trips: Overestimating the traffic impacts of new development, pp. 31-49
  • Large urban freight traffic generators: Opportunities for city logistics initiatives, pp. 51-67
  • Method to adjust Institute of Transportation Engineers vehicle trip-generation estimates in smart-growth areas, pp. 69-83
  • Using household travel surveys to adjust ITE trip generation rates, pp. 85-119
  • Introduction to special section on paratransit, pp. 121-122
  • From direct to trunk-and-feeder public transport services in the Urban South: Territorial implications, pp. 123-136
  • Toward a simulation of minibuses in South Africa, pp. 137-154
  • Get on the (curbside) bus: The new intercity bus, pp. 155-169
  • The influence of land use and mobility policy on travel behavior: A comparative case study of Flanders and the Netherlands, pp. 171-190

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    Trip generation: Introduction to the special section

    Handy, Susan L. (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
    This paper introduces a set of articles about how transportation planners need better tools for estimating trip generation, and to develop better tools we need more data collection, especially methods that capture passenger ...

    Adjusting ITE’s Trip Generation Handbook for urban context

    Clifton, Kelly J.; Currans, Kristina M.; Muhs, Christopher D. (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
    This study examines the ways in which urban context affects vehicle trip generation rates across three land uses. An intercept travel survey was administered at 78 establishments (high-turnover restaurants, convenience ...

    Phantom trips: Overestimating the traffic impacts of new development

    Millard-Ball, Adam (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
    The Trip Generation Manual is the standard reference for assessing the impacts of new development on traffic congestion and the environment in the United States. However, a comparison to household surveys suggests that the ...

    Large urban freight traffic generators: Opportunities for city logistics initiatives

    Jaller, Miguel; Wang, Xiaokun (Cara); Holguin-Veras, Jose (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
    This paper develops procedures to identify and quantify the role played by large urban freight traffic generators as contributors of truck traffic in metropolitan areas. Although ports, container terminals, and other ...

    Method to adjust Institute of Transportation Engineers vehicle trip-generation estimates in smart-growth areas

    Schneider, Robert James; Shafizadeh, Kevan; Handy, Susan L. (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
    This paper describes a practical method of adjusting existing Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) estimates to produce more accurate estimates of motor-vehicle trip-generation at developments in smart-growth areas. ...

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