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  1. An Activity-Related Land Use Mix Construct and its Connection to Pedestrian Travel

    Integrating a diverse set of land use types within a neighborhood is a central tenet of smart growth policy. Over a generation of urban planning research has heralded the transportation, land use, and public...

  2. Webinar: Land Use Mix and Pedestrian Travel Behavior: Advancements in Conceptualization and Measurement

    Smart growth policies have often emphasized the importance of land use mix as an intervention beholding of lasting urban planning and public health benefits. Past transportation-land use research has identified...

  3. Land Use and Active Travel: A Complex Relationship

    While it’s accepted that mixed-use development promotes active travel, researchers don’t have a consensus on exactly how land use determines people’s travel patterns.

  4. A Pathway Linking Smart Growth Neighborhoods to Home-Based Pedestrian Travel

    Land development patterns, urban design, and transportation system features are inextricably linked to pedestrian travel. Accordingly, planners and decision-makers have turned to integrated transportation-land...

  5. 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...

  6. 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...

  7. Integrating Freight into Livable Communities

    Where livability is a goal of the planning process, freight runs the risk of not being considered except as an afterthought or as something to be excluded. Yet, freight is an integral part of local economic...

  8. Multimodal Transportation Planning Curriculum for Urban Planning Programs

    Integrated multimodal transportation and land use planning is critical to advancing mode choice, public health and safety, and livability objectives. Communities across the U.S. are seeking to redefine their...

  9. Safety Effectiveness of Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements

    Over the last decade, the Oregon DOT and other agencies have systematically implemented many pedestrian crossing enhancements (PCEs) across the state. This study explored the safety performance of these...

  10. Development of a Pedestrian Demand Estimation Tool

    Most research on walking behavior has focused on mode choice or walk-trip frequency. In contrast, this study is one of the first to analyze the destination choice behaviors of pedestrians. Using about 4,500...

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