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Evaluating air pollution exposures across cycling infrastructure types: Implications for facility design

Farrell, William J.; Weichenthal, Scott; Goldberg, Mark; Hatzopoulou, Marianne (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
Expanding urban cycling networks requires consideration of a number of important factors. Yet there exists no set of best practices and surprisingly little research detailing which sorts of cycling infrastructure may be ...

Bi-level cellular agent-based model: Simulation of potential impacts of high-speed rail on land cover change in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Portugal

Shen, Yu; Chen, Guineng; Martínez, Luís Miguel; Silva, João de Abreu e (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
This paper presents a bi-level cellular agent-based model (ABM) framework, which incorporates a land cover change sub-model at the local level and a socioeconomic activity growth sub-model at the regional level. In the ...

Viewpoint: Toward a new generation of land use transport interaction models

van Wee, Bert (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
Land use transport interaction (LUTI) models are often developed to model the interaction between the land use and transport systems for relatively large-scale spatial developments, like new residential or office areas, ...

Land use–transport interaction modeling: A review of the literature and future research directions

Acheampong, Ransford A.; Silva, Elisabete A. (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
The aim of this review paper is to provide comprehensive and up-to-date material for both researchers and practitioners interested in land-use-transport interaction (LUTI) modeling. The paper brings together some 60 years ...

Forecasting inaccuracies: a result of unexpected events, optimism bias, technical problems, or strategic misrepresentation?

Naess, Petter; Andersen, Jeppe Astrup; Nicolaisen, Morten Skou; Strand, Arvid (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2015)
Based on the results from a questionnaire survey and qualitative interviews among different actors involved in traffic forecasting, this paper discusses what evidence can be found in support of competing explanations of ...