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  1. The Importance of Housing, Accessibility, and Transport Characteristic Ratings on Stated Neighborhood Preference

    Travel demand models commonly lack the ability to understand how changing residential preferences influence future housing, land use, and transportation policies. As communities struggle to address social...

  2. Understanding Where We Live and How We Travel

    Understanding changing residential preferences—especially as they are represented within land use and travel demand models—is fundamental to understanding the drivers of future housing, land use and...

  3. Using Household Travel Surveys to Adjust ITE Trip Generation Rates

    The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Handbook has become the predominant method for estimating vehicle trips generated by development. The handbook is often criticized for its...

  4. Issues in Trip Generation Methods for Transportation Impact Estimation of Land Use Development: A Review and Discussion of...

    As agencies develop more robust planning objectives for creating sustainable and livable communities, the research community has continued developing supportive tools and methods to provide more accurate and...

  5. Accessibility, Income, and Person Trip Generation: Multilevel Model of Activity at Food Retail Establishments in Portland,...

    In the past decade, the methods for estimating multimodal transportation impacts of urban land use development have improved substantially. One assumption commonly made in these new methods is that overall...

  6. Issues in Urban Trip Generation

    In the 1976, the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) compiled their first Handbook of guidelines and methods for evaluating development-level transportation impacts, specifically vehicular impacts...

  7. Adjusting ITE’s Trip Generation Handbook for Urban Context

    This study examines the ways in which urban context affects vehicle trip generation rates across three land uses. An intercept travel survey was administered at 78 establishments (high-turnover restaurants,...

  8. Improving Trip Generation Methods for Livable Communities

    Recent efforts to improve trip generation data available for transportation impact analysis of new development include the collection of multimodal trip generation data, development of models that account for...

  9. Getting to Know the Data: Understanding Assumptions, Sensitivities, Uncertainty, and Being "Conservative" While Using ITE's...

    Many agencies rely on trip generation estimates to evaluate the transportation impacts of land development in urban and suburban areas alike. Over the past decade, substantial attention has been paid to one...