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Volume 9, No. 1 (2016)  [10]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/181559

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: The Journal of Transport and Land Use enters year nine, pp. 1-7
  • Viewpoint: Quantifying residential self-selection effects: A review of methods and findings from applications of propensity score and sample selection approaches, pp. 9-28
  • Line structure representation for road network analysis, pp. 29-64
  • Shape grammars overview and assessment for transport and urban design: Review, terminology, assessment, and application, pp. 65-96
  • A multiscale classification of urban morphology, pp. 101-130
  • Accessibility and the choice of network investments in the London Underground, pp. 131-150
  • Development of rail infrastructure and its impact on urbanization in the Randstad, the Netherlands, pp. 151-170
  • Toward a spatial-temporal measure of land-use mix, pp. 171-186
  • Assessing built environment walkability using activity-space summary measures, pp. 187-207
  • Active accessibility: A review of operational measures of walking and cycling accessibility, pp. 209-235

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    Introduction: The Journal of Transport and Land Use enters year nine

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