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  1. Time Varying Parameter Models for Catchments with Land Use Change: the Importance of Model Structure

    Rapid population and economic growth in South-East-Asia has been accompanied by extensive land use change with consequent impacts on catchment hydrology. Modelling methodologies capable of handling changing...

  2. 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. Contextual Influences on Trip Generation

    There is national interest in building data that expands upon the existing Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) trip generation rates to include sites located in a multi-modal context. Current ITE rates...

  4. The Effects of Commuter Rail on Population Deconcentration and Commuting: A Salt Lake City Case Study

    All transportation systems have the ability to transform human settlement patterns, which can affect a range of social, economic and environmental issues. Considering investments in rail infrastructure have...

  5. Mapping of Groundwater Potential Zones in the Musi Basin Using Remote Sensing Data and GIS

    The objective of this study is to explore the groundwater availability for agriculture in the Musi basin. Remote sensing data and geographic information system were used to locate potential zones for...

  6. The Effects of Global Change Upon United States Air Quality

    To understand more fully the effects of global changes on ambient concentrations of ozone and particulate matter with aerodynamic diameter smaller than 2.5 μm (PM2.5) in the United States (US), we conducted a...

  7. 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...

  8. Detecting Non-Stationary Hydrologic Model Parameters in a Paired Catchment

    Non-stationarity represents one of the major challenges facing hydrologists. There exists a need to develop modelling systems that are capable of accounting for potential catchment changes, in order to provide...

  9. On the Estimation of Volumes of Roadways: An Investigation of Stop-Controlled Minor Legs

    This effort seeks to answer the question; can a transferable model be developed from easily obtainable, publicly available land-use, census, roadway, and network data for the use in safety performance...

  10. Comparing Mode Shares for Non-residential Destinations in Urban and Suburban Environments

    To ensure facility for multimodal transportation is one of the most important concerns in today’s transportation sector, with initiatives being taken to make multimodal transportation popular. The built...

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