The Built Environment and Motor Vehicle Ownership & Use Evidence from Santiago de Chile

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This paper examines the role that the built environment – both micro-scale “neighborhood” design characteristics and meso-scale relative location – play in influencing motor vehicle ownership and use in a rapidly motorizing, developing city context: Santiago de Chile. The paper first answers the question, what role, if any, do factors such as dwelling unit… (More)
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