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Volume 9, No. 3 (2016)  [8]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/183491

Table of Contents:

  • From improvements in accessibility to the impact on territorial cohesion: the spatial approach, pp. 1-13
  • From integrated aims to fragmented outcomes: urban intensification and transportation planning in the Netherlands, pp. 15-34
  • How does the spatial context shape conditions for car dependency? An analysis of the differences between and within regions in the Netherlands, pp. 35-55
  • Accessibility instruments for planning practice: a review of European experiences, pp. 57-75
  • Exploring changes in public transport use and walking following residential relocation: a British case study, pp. 77-95
  • The gaps in satisfaction with transit services among BRT, metro, and bus riders: Evidence from Guangzhou, pp. 97-109
  • Rideshare mode potential in non-metropolitan areas of the northeastern United States, pp. 111-126
  • Pedestrian and transit accessibility on a micro level: Results and challenges, pp. 127-143

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