TRAVEL BEHAVIOR ASSOCIATED WITH LAND USES ADJACENT TO RAPID TRANSIT STATIONS
infrastructure - station, place - low density, mode - rail
Travel behavior, Suburbs, Rail transit stations, Mode share, Modal split, Land use
The research conducted in this study was focused on a preliminary examination of travel behaviour, associated with land uses adjacent to suburban rapid transit stations. Two particular areas of travel behavior were of immediate interest: modal split of all trips generated by a land use, as a function of its distance from the rapid transit station, and access modal split of rapid transit trips as a function of a distance from the rapid transit station.
Stringham, MGP, (1982) TRAVEL BEHAVIOR ASSOCIATED WITH LAND USES ADJACENT TO RAPID TRANSIT STATIONS, ITE Journal, Volume 52, Issue 4, 3 p.