Travel Behavior 2009, Volume 2

These 19 papers are concerned with the following aspects of travel behavior: ego-centered social networks; investigation of whether value of travel time increases as travel time increases; continuous choice model of timing and duration of joint activities; dual-response choices in pivoted stated choice experiments; variation in value of travel time under different freeway driving conditions; week-to-week leisure trip frequency and its variability; perception of waiting time at signalized intersections; formulation of an activity-based utility measure of time use; the relationship between work and travel behavior on weekdays; the impact of neighborhood trail development on active travel behavior of suburban residents; location choice modeling for shopping and leisure activities with MATSim; implementation of scheduling conflict resolution model in activity-scheduling system; structural equations model of land use patterns, location choice, and travel behavior; using deliberative methods to understand travel choices in context of climate change; built environment or household life-cycle stages for explaining sustainable travel; travel behavior of largest minority cohorts in Texas; simultaneous model for household interactions in daily activity, information and communication, and social behavior; telecommuting as a component of commute trip reduction program; and e-shopping, spatial attributes, and personal travel.

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  • Accession Number: 01147882
  • Record Type: Publication
  • ISBN: 9780309142724
  • Files: TRIS, TRB
  • Created Date: Jan 20 2010 1:14PM