Special issue: built environment and travel behaviour
The current special issue has been inspired by a selection of papers presented at the World conference of transport research (WCTR), held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in July 2013. Selected papers focus on relations between the built environment and travel behaviour. The contributions complement each other as they come from different geographical origins, apply different methodological approaches and address travel behaviour with a focus on a variety in transportation modes. Together they address various interesting and subtle relationships between infrastructure and the built environment and the one hand and travel behaviour (mostly mode choice) on the other hand.
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