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JTLU Volume 12, No. 1 (2019)  [39]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/209145

Note: Starting in 2017, the Journal of Transport and Land Use will release articles as they are published. They will no longer be published in three separate issues.

  • Table of Contents:
  • Transferring land use rights with transportation infrastructure extensions: Evidence on spatiotemporal price formation in Shanghai, pp. 1-19
  • A Markovian measure for evaluating accessibility to urban opportunities, pp. 19-43
  • Understanding autonomous vehicles: A systematic literature review on capability, impact, planning and policy, pp. 45-72
  • The influence of education level and job type on work-related travel patterns within rural metro-adjacent regions: The case of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, pp. 73-98
  • Heterogeneity in the relationship between biking and the built environment, pp. 99-126
  • The impact of ride hailing on parking (and vice versa), pp. 127-147
  • Beyond geometries of activity spaces: A holistic study of daily travel patterns, individual characteristics, and perceived wellbeing in Helsinki metropolitan area, pp. 149-177
  • Effects of toll road construction on local road projects in Indonesia, pp. 179-199
  • Analysis of trip generation rates in residential commuting based on mobile phone signaling data, pp. 201-220
  • A bikeshare station area typology to forecast the station-level ridership of system expansion, pp. 221-235
  • Introduction to special issue: Rail transit development in China and beyond, pp. 237-239
  • The impacts of light rail on residential property values in a non-zoning city: A new test on the Houston METRORail transit line, pp. 241-264
  • Impact of high-speed rail on intercity travel behavior change: The evidence from the Chengdu-Chongqing Passenger Dedicated Line, pp. 265-285
  • Estimating the economic benefits of high-speed rail in China: A new perspective from the connectivity improvement, pp. 287-302
  • Examining the effects of proximity to rail transit on travel to non-work destinations: Evidence from Yelp data for cities in North America and Europe, pp. 303-326
  • Integrated modeling in the UK: Practical usability of integrated models, pp. 327-334
  • Willingness to change car use to commute to the UPTC main campus, Colombia: A hybrid discrete choice modeling approach, pp. 335-353
  • Advancing cycling among women: An exploratory study of North American cyclists, pp. 355-374
  • Identifying residential and workplace locations from transit smart card data, pp. 375-394
  • Life events, poverty, and car ownership in the United States: A mobility biography approach, pp. 395-418
  • Understanding the effects of individual attitudes, perceptions, and residential neighborhood types on university commuters’ bicycling decisions, pp. 419-441
  • Building a PECAS Activity Allocation Module: The experience from Caracas, pp. 443-474
  • On the accuracy of schedule-based GTFS for measuring accessibility, pp. 475-500
  • Gendered walkability: Building a daytime walkability index for women, pp. 501-526
  • Modelling residential location choices with implicit availability of alternatives, pp. 597-618
  • Complete streets state laws & provisions: An analysis of legislative content and the state policy landscape, 1972–2018, pp. 619-635
  • Analysis of the acceptance of park-and-ride by users: A cumulative logistic regression approach, pp. 637-647
  • Measuring full cost accessibility by auto, pp. 649-672
  • Re-examination of the standards for transit oriented development influence zones in India, pp. 679-700
  • Mode choice in access and egress stages of high-speed railway travelers in China, pp. 701-721
  • Using location-based social network data for activity intensity analysis: A case study of New York City, pp. 723-740
  • Distributional effects of transport policies on inequalities in access to opportunities in Rio de Janeiro, pp. 741-764
  • Mobility nodes and economic spaces: Links, tensions and planning implications, pp. 765-783
  • Workplace location, polycentricism, and car commuting, pp. 785-810
  • Planning for nodes, places, and people in Flanders and Brussels: An empirical railway station assessment tool for strategic decision-making, pp. 811-837
  • Examining interaction effects among land-use policies to reduce household vehicle travel: An exploratory analysis, pp. 839-851
  • Combining accessibilities for different activity types: Methodology and case study, pp. 853-872
  • A joint model of place of residence (POR) and place of work (POW): Making use of Gibbs sampling technique to overcome arbitrary assumptions in contexts of data limitation, pp. 873-892
  • Temporal sampling and service frequency harmonics in transit accessibility evaluation, pp. 893-913

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