3 edition of Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget Sound region found in the catalog.
Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget Sound region
Lawrence D. Frank
1994 by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Olympia, Wash.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English
|Statement||Lawrence D. Frank, Gary Pivo.|
|Contributions||Pivo, Gary., Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., Washington State Transportation Center., Washington State Transportation Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 42, 11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Title: Relationships Between Land Use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound Region Author: Lawrence D. Frank, Gary Pivo Subject: Density, Demographics, Housing, Land use, Mode choice, Population density, Public transit, Shopping trips, Single occupant vehicles, Statistical analysis, Travel behavior, Travel time, Trip length, Walking, Work trips.
A growing body of research documents that land use relates with travel mode choice, distances and time spent traveling, and household level vehicle emissions.
Research - Travel Behavior, Emissions & Land Use Correlation Analysis in the Central Puget Sound | WSDOT. Conceptual framework of relation between urban growth structure and travel behavior Source: Authors' work Relationships Between Land-use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound.
Region. Relationships Between Land Use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound Region. This study tests the relationships between land use density, mix, jobs-housing balance, and travel behavior at the census tract level for work and shopping trips.
Land Use Trends Affecting Auto Dependence in Washington's Metropolitan Areas. Linking household Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget Sound region book emission and land use was neglected in emission studies beforewhen Frank et al.
() described the relationships between the land use development and household. The Urban Land Institute brings some 3, delegates for its annual meeting to Seattle next week.
ULI is a nonprofit education and research institute advocating responsible use of land and. In a similar vein of development, Mokhtarian and Cao () acknowledge the significant relationships between land use characteristics and travel behavior and caution us to be aware of potential pitfalls in data analysis techniques that are not designed to discover causality.
In Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget Sound region book, they conclude that a longitudinal data collection design has Cited by: 1. Frank, L., Pivo, G.
() Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget sound region, Seattle: Washington State Transportation Center. Seattle: Washington State Transportation by: 2. Exhibit E Gross Industrial Land Supply of the Central Puget Sound Region Three other industrial areas have specialized roles in the region.
The I Corridor is a high tech industrial corridor that includes traditional manufacturing and business parks with flex-tech land use. The Auburn. Puget Salish People of Washington The Puget Salish are the Native Americans whose ancestral home is located along the shores of Puget Sound.
Today, there are nineteen (19) different Puget Salish tribes. One hundred and fifty years ago, before they had treaties with the U.S. government, there were more than fifty (50) named tribes. TheFile Size: KB. To oceanographers, Puget Sound includes the waters from Admiralty Inlet and Deception Pass to the southern tip of Olympia.
However, many management and conservation efforts incorporate the entire watershed—the land where rivers and streams drain into Puget Sound—as well as the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Hood Canal and the San Juan Archipelago.
Frank, L. D., and Pivo, G., Relationships between Land Use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound Region. Prepared for the Washington State DOT by the Washington State Transportation Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (b).
Downloadable. Theories of relationships between land use and transportation, and the empirical research conducted to test these relationships are reviewed. Recent empirical research seldom supports theoretical expectations. These results are explained by the changes in urban structure that have occurred over the past three decades.
The paper concludes with some suggestions for revising the. The Role of Land Use in Travel Mo de Choice. Relationships between land use and travel behavior in the Puget Sound region book of the America l Planning Association, v 70, n4.
Relationships Between Land Use and Travel Bahavior in the Puget Sound Region. (With L. Frank) 1. Cervero, Robert. Jobs Housing Balance Revisted. elsewhere in Puget Sound, as between 84% and 97% of the shoreline is modified by retaining structures (Weitkamp et al.
) compared with one-third for all of Puget Sound (Bailey et al. There are several other large cities occupying shoreline habitat within the greater Puget Sound–Georgia Basin area.
Set on the fictional San Piedro Island in the northern Puget Sound region of the state of Washington coast inthe plot revolves around a murder case in which Kabuo Miyamoto, a Japanese American, is accused of killing Carl Heine, a respected fisherman in the close-knit community.
Downloadable. The purpose of the research is to develop an integrated urban systems model, which will assist in formulating a better land use-transportation policy by simulating the relationships between land use patterns and travel behavior, integrated with geographic information systems (GISs).
In order to make an integrated land use-transportation model possible with the assistance of GISs. The Puget Sound Regional Council is an association of cities, towns, counties, ports, and state agencies in the area encompassing King, Pierce, Snohomis h and Kitsap counties, with the charge of coordinating growth management, economic and transportation efforts in the Puget Sound region.
While land use decisions are a local. The PSBJ has spent the last few months looking at the most expensive neighborhoods, tracking paychecks to see what jobs pay the most and the Author: Emily Parkhurst.
rail and high frequency bus service. A more recent study on the relationship between transit usage and density was conducted by Lawrence D. Frank and Gary Pivo (“Relationships Between Land Use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound Region,” Sept. This study concluded. How Are Survey Results Used.
The surveys help the Puget Sound Regional Council and communities throughout the region plan transportation improvements. For example, what role can transit, biking and walking play in improving regional mobility.
About the Survey PSRC conducted this survey of 6, households in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties to gain a better. Comment: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner : Cindy McIntyre. Frank, L., and G. Pivo. Relationships Between Land Use and Travel Behavior in the Puget Sound Region.
Prepared for the Washington State Department of Transportation. Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC), Seattle, WA. Frank, L. Land Use and Transportation Interaction Implications on Public Health and Quality of Life.
The link between urban form and travel behavior Kitamura et al. () conducted a study of five communities in the San Francisco Bay area to test the question: "Is the observed association between travel and land use real, or is it an artifact of the association between land use and the multitude of demographic, socio-economic, and Cited by: The listing of Puget Sound Chinook salmon as an endangered species triggered requirements for restoring the salmon runs in the Puget Sound basin.
As a result, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and tribes are working together to reclaim the processes and functions that will allow the rivers to support fish populations.
e-mail: @ Introduction. The land-use/transportation system (often referred to as LUTS) has been subject of many research studies.
The resulting large body of literature on the LUTS reports on the impact of the land-use system on travel behaviour on the one hand, and on the effects of the transportation system on land use on the other hand.
How Land Use and Transportation Systems Impact Public Health: and the indirect impacts of land use on travel choice and air quality (Frank, Stone, and Bachman ). 10 Figure X-1 Relationships Between Urban Form, Physical Activity, and Public Health PUBLIC ACTIVITY Socioeconomic and File Size: KB.
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Travel is a derived demand, created as a result of the interaction between land use patterns and transportation systems. Modifications to the transportation system may lead to changes in land use and travel behavior. It has been hypothesized that totally new travel might be “induced” by transportation system improvements over Size: 5MB.
Habitats in Puget Sound: A research plan in support of the Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership. Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Report No. Published by the U.S. (2, miles) of shoreline as the interface between the land and water. Roughly 4 million people, 70 percent of the Washington State population, live in the Puget Sound.
Specific topics include the connection between land use and transport systems with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and new ICT-enabled products and services such as automated vehicles, new energy technologies, big data applications, ridesharing systems, real-time traveler information, and smart cities in general.
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The treatments that were examined included crosswalk markings, raised medians, in-pavement flashers, signage, stop bars, overhead lighting, and sidewalks. The relationships between pedestrian travel and transit use, origin-destination patterns, traffic signals, and schools were also explored.
Puget Sound is also a huge region, stretching from the Cascade Mountains in the east to the Olympic Mountains in the west and from the Canadian border in the north to Mount Rainier in the south.
This region is made up of our local rivers and streams that flow through the region and eventually drain into Puget Sound, as well as the land that. transport models that were used in three case studies to (a) assess the impact of land use, development patterns, and the associated economic activities on travel behaviorin small communities and rural areas and (b) identify those land use-related conditions and strategies that.
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• Puget Sound’s shoreline has become shorter, simpler, and significantly more artificial since Europeans began settling the region. Puget Sound’s shoreline has had a net decline of 15% in length. While 1, km of natural shoreline was lost, km of artificial shoreline (a type of shoreform that was very rare historically) was added.
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