Deconstructing development density : Quality , quantity and price effects on household nonwork travel

@inproceedings{Chatman2006DeconstructingDD,
  title={Deconstructing development density : Quality , quantity and price effects on household nonwork travel},
  author={Daniel G. Chatman and Edward J. Bloustein},
  year={2006}
}
  • Daniel G. Chatman, Edward J. Bloustein
  • Published 2006
Smart growth and transit-oriented development proponents advocate increasing the density of new land development and infill redevelopment. This is partly in order to reduce auto use, by reducing distances between trip origins and destinations, creating a more enjoyable walking environment, slowing down road travel, and increasing the market for transit. But research investigating how development density influences household travel has typically been inadequate to account for this complex set of… CONTINUE READING

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