What is mixed use ? Presenting an interaction method for measuring land use mix

  title={What is mixed use ? Presenting an interaction method for measuring land use mix},
  author={Kevin Manaugh and Tyler Kreider},
  • Kevin Manaugh, Tyler Kreider
  • Published 2013
In recent decades, the mixing of complementary land uses has become an increasingly important goal in transportation and land use planning. Land uses mix has been shown to be an influential factor in travel behavior (mode choice and distance traveled), improved health outcomes, and neighborhood-level quality of life. However, quantifying the extent to which a given area is mixed-use has proven difficult. Much of the existing research on the mixing of land uses has focused on the presence and… CONTINUE READING


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