Residential Location and the Journey to Work. An empirical Analysis

Residential Location and the Journey to Work. An empirical Analysis

A mail canvas of 2,078 people who had recently moved into the San Francisco Bay Area indicates that residential location is a significant factor in determining individual choice of mode for the journey to work. Further research is suggested.

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