Spatial Patterns, Congestion and Modelling
Edited by Eliahu Stern, IIan Salomon and Piet H.L. Bovy
Travel Behaviour is a challenging and original volume, adding to the growing literature focusing on understanding transportation systems. The book capitalises on actual scientific and applied developments in Europe, the importance of EC policies and the resultant trend in studying differences between North American and European research.
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- Travel Behaviour Spatial Patterns, Congestion and Modelling
- List of figures
- List of tables
- List of contributors
- Chapter 1: The compact city: Conflict of interest between housing and mobility aims in the Netherlands
- Chapter 2: Transport networks and mobility: Acomparison analysis of the Randstad, the Rhine–Ruhr area and the Antwerp–Brussels–Ghent region
- Chapter 3: The effects of parking pricing and supply on travel patterns to a major business district
- Chapter 4: Work-related travelling and telecommunications: Substitution, stimulation and complementarity
- Chapter 5: Telecommuting/teleworking: A virtual commuting possibility - the cases of Belgium and Brussels
- Chapter 6: Long-distance telephone calls, media endowment and contact network: An empirical study
- Chapter 7: Infrastructure and congestion: Can rail save the road? Can public transport replace the car?
- Chapter 8: Congestion in Europe: Measurements, patterns and policies
- Chapter 9: Geographical classification of trips as a tool for policy assessment
- Chapter 10: Stated preference and conjoint analysis: A comparison using mode-choice behaviour
- Chapter 11: Behavioural thresholds of commuters under congestion
- Chapter 12: A conceptual model of the weekly household activity/travel scheduling process
- Chapter 13: Effects of office relocations to public transport nodal points on passenger mobility
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