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Chapter 8: Residential location and travel: Hangzhou and Copenhagen compared to studies in cities worldwide
8 Residential location and travel: Hangzhou and Copenhagen compared to studies in cities worldwide Petter Næss 1. INTRODUCTION The aspect of urban form that has attracted the greatest amount of research on its impacts on travel behaviour is arguab...
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