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Incorporating nonmotorized mode and neighborhood accessibility in an integrated land use and transportation model system Waddell, Paul ; Nourzad, Firouzeh

By: Waddell, PaulContributor(s): Nourzad, FirouzehPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2002Description: nr 1805, s. 119-27Subject(s): USA | Transport | Planning | Land use | | Residential area | Accessibility | Policy | | 11 | 113Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1805Location: Abstract: A model of residential location estimated as part of a larger integrated land use and transportation model development effort in the Wasatch Front area of Utah is presented. Main contributions are testing of the effects of neighborhood and regional accessibility on residential location, controlling for housing and neighborhood characteristics, and using a spatially disaggregate model. Results are relevant to the assessment of policies related to land use and transportation interaction, and the methods significantly advance our ability to examine neighborhood-scale effects on location choice.
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A model of residential location estimated as part of a larger integrated land use and transportation model development effort in the Wasatch Front area of Utah is presented. Main contributions are testing of the effects of neighborhood and regional accessibility on residential location, controlling for housing and neighborhood characteristics, and using a spatially disaggregate model. Results are relevant to the assessment of policies related to land use and transportation interaction, and the methods significantly advance our ability to examine neighborhood-scale effects on location choice.

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