Modeling Residential Sorting Effects to Understand the Impact of the Built Environment on Commute Mode Choice

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This paper examines the significance of residential sorting or self selection effects in understanding the impacts of the built environment on travel choices. Land use and transportation system attributes are often treated as exogenous variables in models of travel behavior. Such models ignore the potential self selection processes that may be in play… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rawoof2006ModelingRS, title={Modeling Residential Sorting Effects to Understand the Impact of the Built Environment on Commute Mode Choice}, author={Abdul Rawoof}, year={2006} }