Travel Behavior 2009, Volume 1

These 21 papers are concerned with the following aspects of travel behavior: influences of the built environment on walking and cycling; departure time choice behavior; a model for integrating home–work tour scheduling with time-varying network congestion and marginal utility profiles; implications of fuel costs, circulation taxes, and car market shares for climate policy; household expenditures for travel, communication, and facilities; effects of physical activity on propensity for sustainable trips; model of worker nonwork-activity time use and timing behavior; bicycling; intrahousehold interaction in transit-oriented residential choice behavior; joint activities in household activity-scheduling process; travel time ratios for activity participation in the Netherlands; estimation of road traffic demand elasticities for Mexico City, Mexico; travel time reliability for Stockholm roadways; extent to which sustainable travel to work can be explained by neighborhood design; model of daily activity type, timing, and duration sequence; activity travel planning and rescheduling behavior; activity rescheduling strategies and decision processes; model for jointly revealing determinants of noncompensatory conjunctive choice set formation and compensatory choice; how transit commuters make trade-offs between schedule delay penalty and congestion cost; estimating marginal mental efforts of activity schedule adjustment operators; and multiday multiagent model of travel behavior with activity scheduling.


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  • Accession Number: 01147881
  • Record Type: Publication
  • ISBN: 9780309142663
  • Files: TRIS, TRB
  • Created Date: Jan 20 2010 10:55AM