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A meta-analysis of estimates of urban agglomeration economies
Although the productivity gains of urban agglomeration economies are generally found to be positive, there is a great deal of variability in the magnitude of reported estimates. This paper undertakesExpand
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This report contains the findings of a study to develop methodologies for measuring the effects of congestion on the values highway users place on travel-time savings and predictability. Expand
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Current map-matching algorithms for transport applications: State-of-the art and future research directions
Abstract Map-matching algorithms integrate positioning data with spatial road network data (roadway centrelines) to identify the correct link on which a vehicle is travelling and to determine theExpand
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Travel-time uncertainty, departure time choice, and the cost of morning commutes
Existing models of the commuting time-of-day choice are extended in order to analyze the effect of uncertain travel times. Expand
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Relationships between highway capacity and induced vehicle travel
The theory of induced travel demand asserts that increases in highway capacity will induce additional growth in traffic. This can occur through a variety of behavioral mechanisms including modeExpand
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An analysis of motorcycle injury and vehicle damage severity using ordered probit models.
PROBLEM Motorcycles constitute about 19% of all motorized vehicles in Singapore and are generally overrepresented in traffic accidents, accounting for 40% of total fatalities. METHOD In this paper,Expand
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A spatially disaggregate analysis of road casualties in England.
Spatially disaggregate ward level data for England is used in an analysis of various area-wide factors on road casualties. Data on 8414 wards was input into a geographic information system thatExpand
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The effect of infrastructure and demographic change on traffic-related fatalities and crashes: a case study of Illinois county-level data.
  • R. Noland, L. Oh
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Accident; analysis and prevention
  • 1 July 2004
This paper presents analyses of data from the Highway Safety Information System (HSIS) for the State of Illinois. Our analyses focuses on whether various changes in road network infrastructure andExpand
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Traffic fatalities and injuries: the effect of changes in infrastructure and other trends.
  • R. Noland
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Accident; analysis and prevention
  • 1 July 2003
An analysis of how various road infrastructure improvements affect traffic-related fatalities and injuries is conducted while controlling for other factors known to affect overall safety. The roadExpand
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A general map matching algorithm for transport telematics applications
This paper describes a map-matching algorithm designed to support the navigational functions of a real-time vehicle performance and emissions monitoring system currently under development, and other transport telematics applications. Expand
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