The expert contributors present a wide variety of perspectives on transport and communication issues and explore their impacts on society at an international level. Best practice in both accessibility analysis and modelling are highlighted via widely interdisciplinary approaches. Moreover, future objectives and areas for research are clearly addressed.
This book will prove an absorbing read for scholars, researchers and students working on accessibility issues across various academic fields including civil engineering, economics, geography, and the social sciences. Transport and urban planners will also find the book to be an invaluable reference tool.
Contributors: K.W. Axhausen, X. Cao, C. Chorus, P. Christidis, Y. Crozet, M. de Bok, T. de Graaff, G. Debrezion, A. El-Geneidy, K.T. Geurs, A. Gjestland, A. Golub, D. Halden, J. Horning, N. Ibanez Rivas, K.J. Krizek, K. Lucas, K. Manaugh, K. Martens, D. McArthur, A. Mercier, P.L. Mokhtarian, T. Neutens, L. Osland, N. Ovtracht, A. Reggiani, P. Rietveld, I. Thorsen, B. van Wee, C. Zollig, B. Zondag
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