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Volume 8, No. 2 (2015)  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/174057

Table of Contents:

  • Viewpoint: Transport’s digital age transition, pp. 1-19
  • Transit-oriented development and the frequency of modal use, pp. 21-44
  • The importance of neighborhood type dissonance in understanding the effect of the built environment on travel behavior, pp. 45-57
  • Stay local or go regional? Urban form effects on vehicle use at different spatial scales: A theoretical concept and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area, pp. 59-86
  • Mode use in long-distance travel, pp. 87-105
  • Using an accelerated vehicle retirement program (AVRP) to support a mode shift: Car purchase and modal intentions following program participation, pp. 107-123
  • Local environment characteristics associated with walking and taking transit to shopping districts, pp. 125-147
  • Downtown, strip centers, and big-box stores: Mode choice by shopping destination type in Davis, California, pp. 149-170
  • Has Mexico City’s shift to commercially produced housing increased car ownership and car use?, pp. 171-189

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