by [University of Reading] .
Written in English
|Statement||by M. Batty, P. Hall, D. Starkie.|
|Series||Geographical papers -- no.26|
|Contributions||Hall, Peter, 1932-, Starkie, D. N. M., University of Reading. Department of Geography.|
Batty, M, Hall, P G, Starkie, D N M, , “The impact of fares-free public transport upon urban land use and activity patterns” Transportation Research Forum 15 Cited by: 8. The impact of fares-free public transport upon urban land use and activity patterns February paper no. GP 26 (P). In this work, we particularly focus on the complex relationship between land-use and transport offering an innovative approach to the problem by using land-use features at two differing levels of granularity (the more general land-use sector types and the more granular amenity structures) to evaluate their impact on public transit ridership in both time and space. To quantify the Cited by: A point frequently made and one that was raised during the Seminar on transport cost recovery, is that financial cost recovery and economic efficiency are uneasy bed fellows. The reason for this is that economic efficiency requires prices to be set equal to the costs of the marginal unit consumed.
Hall, P. G., Batty, M. J. and Starkie, D. N. M. (), The impact of fares-free public transport upon land use and activity patterns. Proceedings, Transport and Road Research Laboratory's Symposium on Public Transport Fare Structure, November , TRRL Supplementary Report 37UC, Crowthorne: Transport & Road Research Laboratory. Google Cited by: 3. PLANNING TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES FOR URBAN GROWTH AREAS AT A LOCAL LEVEL Manage growth to ensure transport and land use patterns are aligned to achieve sustainability, efficiency, and liveability within and through Belfast. Network, the Public Transport Network and for Active Modes, for three periods , the extent to which it is specialized. It begins by defining public transport for the purposes of this. discussion and emphasizes the importance of reducing crime and disorder and associated fears of. personal security on the public transport : Andrew Newton. Batty M., Hall P., and Starkie D.N.M. () The Impact of Fares-Free Public Transport upon Urban Land Use and Activity Patterns. Transportation Research Forum, 15, – Google ScholarCited by: 3.
Framework for Analyzing the Impact of Fixed-Guideway Transit Projects on Land Use and Urban Development DONALD J. EMERSON An approach is presented for predicting impacts of fixed guideway tran it project on land use economic development. The Urban Mass Transit Admini 1ration developed this approach. Activity Patterns, Transport and Policies for the Urban Poor Urban Mobility Planning Guidelines FOREWORD These planning guidelines are based on a collection of case studies undertaken for the Department for International Development (DFID) funded Knowledge and Research project ‘Activity Patterns, Transport and Policies for the Urban Poor’. land use patterns that go along with transit. Transit rich areas tend to be more densely developed; in fact, the presence of transit enables denser development patterns that give rise to more biking and walking, and shorter car trips. 3. The relationship between transit systems and land use patterns is an area of ongoing Size: KB. What is the major land use activity in 'The impact of fares-free public transport upon urban land use and activity patterns' of land do not agree on how to use the land. In urban .