Chapter 3: A field of practical relevance: evolving trends in how the transport and land-use relationship has been conceptualized and operationalized
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This chapter gives an overview of dominant analytical approaches in the field of transport and land use and how they relate to empirical research on modeling important theoretical concepts, such as induced demand and constant travel time budgets. Further, it explains the mutual relationships between these concepts and makes connections between these concepts and policy issues. Finally, this chapter addresses gaps in knowledge, and suggests related avenues for future research, policymaking, and planning.

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