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Understanding how individuals make travel and location decisions : implications for public transportation

Author: Karla H Karash; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; Transit Cooperative Research Program.; United States. Federal Transit Administration.; Transit Development Corporation.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2008.
Series: Report (Transit Cooperative Research Program), 123.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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TCRP Report 123: Understanding How Individuals Make Travel and Location Decisions: Implications for Public Transportation explores a broader social context for individual decision making related to residential location and travel behavior and consequently will be of interest to planners, researchers, transit managers, and decision makers. The findings from this research contribute to efforts to predict mode choice  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Understanding how individuals make travel and location decisions.
Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2008
(OCoLC)989721608
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Karla H Karash; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; Transit Cooperative Research Program.; United States. Federal Transit Administration.; Transit Development Corporation.
ISBN: 9780309099257 0309099250
OCLC Number: 216934590
Notes: At head of title: Transit Cooperative Research Program.
"Research sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration in cooperation with the Transit Development Corporation."
Description: 137 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Ch. 2. The Relationship Between Residential Choice, Transportation, and Life-Cycle Stage --
Ch. 3. Background to the TPB and Its Application in Transportation --
Ch. 4. The Model of the Theory of Planned Behavior --
Ch. 5. Research Approach --
Ch. 6. Selected Findings from the Phase I Survey --
Ch. 7 Market Segments for Moving to a Compact Neighborhood --
Ch. 8. Travel Behavior by Values, Urban Form, and Auto Ownership --
Ch. 9. Exploring the Choice of a Compact Neighborhood Using the Theory of Planned Behavior --
Ch. 10. Results from the Pase 2 Survey --
Ch. 11. Market Segments for Mode Choice --
Ch. 12. Use of the TPB to Understand Mode Choice --
Ch. 13. Practical Implications of the Research.
Series Title: Report (Transit Cooperative Research Program), 123.
Responsibility: Karla H. Karash [and others].

Abstract:

TCRP Report 123: Understanding How Individuals Make Travel and Location Decisions: Implications for Public Transportation explores a broader social context for individual decision making related to residential location and travel behavior and consequently will be of interest to planners, researchers, transit managers, and decision makers. The findings from this research contribute to efforts to predict mode choice and how to influence it through better policies and design, education, and communication.
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Great compilation of research based on Driving and Commuting, but...

by bebeting (WorldCat user published 2017-08-27) Very Good Permalink

Such a great compilation - but the publication was released before Open Data grew to be as helpful and accessible as it is now.

The researched items would be exponentially more valuable if it were to be updated to include conditions as it were today, to be re-captured by a mixture of researchers...
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