Monitoring the Effects of the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport on Land Use and Travel Behavior. Volume II, Land Use and Travel Behavior
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This report presents new conceptual and methodological frameworks for common problems in modeling urban land use and travel behavior. The impacts of the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport afford case study data to construct and test such frameworks. Four problem areas are explored, namely, 1) the use of factor analytic procedures to identify metropolitan-wide effects of major transportation investment, 2) the development of computer simulation of political models of urban land use change, 3) the examination of travel time cognition and its modeling and policy implications, and 4) the study of problems in the application of multidimensional scaling procedures to intra-urban travel. It is to be hoped that the exploration of these topics will yield useful results for the planner and also for further research.
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