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TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TRAVEL

@article{Mokhtarian2000TELECOMMUNICATIONSAT,
  title={TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TRAVEL},
  author={Patricia L. Mokhtarian},
  journal={Transportation in the New Millennium},
  year={2000}
}
  • P. Mokhtarian
  • Published 2000
  • Business
  • Transportation in the New Millennium
The potential of telecommunications technology to affect travel behavior has been perceived at least since the invention of the telephone. However, the so-called information revolution of the 1990s has not been accompanied by a noticeable decrease in travel. To help understand the relationship between telecommunications and travel behavior, researchers have found it useful to view transportation and telecommunications as alternate modes of communication. Specifically, communication can occur in… 

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