TRAVEL PATTERNS OF THE ELDERLY : THE ROLE OF LAND USE

@inproceedings{Giuliano2003TRAVELPO,
  title={TRAVEL PATTERNS OF THE ELDERLY : THE ROLE OF LAND USE},
  author={Genevieve Giuliano and Hsi-hwa Hu and Kyoung Lee},
  year={2003}
}
This report presents an examination of the relationships between residential location and travel patterns of the elderly. Using the 1995 Nationwide Personal Transportation Survey, the authors describe travel patterns of the elderly and estimate models of trip making daily travel and transit use. They find that land use and travel relationships are primarily the same for the elderly as for the non- elderly, although it is evident that the oldest elderly may be more sensitive to local… CONTINUE READING

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