Exploring New Measures of Travel Behavior

The physical design of neighborhoods—from the density of their buildings to how they dedicate space for transportation, has far-reaching impacts on how people choose to travel. Reducing the physical distance between destinations and supporting proximity can allow for greater transportation choice and generate a range of shared benefits, including a cleaner environment, safer and more affordable transportation, and lower infrastructure costs. Follow this link to read more.

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