The minimum circuity frontier and the journey to work

  title={The minimum circuity frontier and the journey to work},
  author={David Levinson and Ahmed El-Geneidy},
People travel between places of residence and work destinations via transportation networks. The relation between selection of home and work locations has been heavily debated in the transportation planning literature. In this paper we use circuity, the ratio of network to Euclidean distance, to better understand the choice of residential location relative to work. This is done using two methods of defining origins and destinations in twenty metropolitan regions in the United States, with more… CONTINUE READING
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