Job and worker density and transit network dynamics
place - north america, place - urban, mode - bus, land use - impacts, infrastructure - stop, ridership - demand
accessibility, density, Granger Causality, land use, public transport, Twin Cities
This paper proposes a general framework to explore the interaction between land use and transport systems. Hypotheses about those relationships are generated. A series of statistical tests are conducted to explain the co-development of land use and transit networks for metropolitan areas at a micro-geographic scale and to disentangle causes and effects. The specific case of Minneapolis - Saint Paul (Twin Cities) metropolitan is examined using a panel of block-level land use and stop-level transit data. The results show that the development of land use, specifically, resident workers, can lead to the increase in bus demand, and thus further induce the increase in bus supply; the co-development of bus demand and supply is simultaneous on a yearly basis.
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Li, M., Cui, M., & Levinson, D. (2022). Job and worker density and transit network dynamics. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Vol. 16(11), pp. 1013-1019.