|Final Report from Mineta Transportation Institute in PDF Format (2.4 MB)|
|Executive Summary and Table of Contents of Final Report in PDF Format (294 KB)|
|Appendix A: Critical Review of Selected TOD Literature in PDF Format (261 KB)|
|Followup Activity: The Regional Transportation Reality Check (SM)|
Biographical information on principal investigator Dick Nelson and co-author John Niles.
Home page of co-author Professor Aharon Hibshoosh of San Jose State University.
Working Papers in the Preparation of the Final Report
|Report Number One (updated to reflect comments) is here in PDF
format. 311 KB|
Title is "The Growing Importance of Nonwork Travel."
|Report Number Two (updated to reflect comments) is here in PDF
format. 331 KB|
Title is "Preliminary Template Design."
|Report Number Three (updated to reflect comments) is here in PDF
format. 1.32 MB|
Title is "Prototype Nonwork Database." Does not include retail map appendix, available separately, next.
|The appendix from Report Number Three containing 17 maps showing retail site locations is here in PDF format (mapbook.pdf). 1.15 MB|
|Sample map from Report Number Three in htm format. 80 KB. The point of the maps is to illustrate variety and dispersion in shopping, recreation, and cultural activities that are the destination of non-work travel. These maps cover the central Puget Sound region. Data were obtained from Puget Sound Regional Council, and from Yellow Pages listings.|
|Report Number Four is here in PDF format. 277 KB|
Title is "Revised Template Design."
|Report Number Five is here in PDF format. 192 KB|
Title is "Template Review Forum & Final Template Design."
Questions or comments? Contact Dick Nelson and John Niles as follows:
Send an email to email@example.com,
or call Dick Nelson at 206-781-0915 in Seattle,
or leave a message at 1-206-781-4475 with some good times to call back.
Access to our earlier papers on TOD and nonwork travel (three for TRB and one for APA)
Access to Dick Nelson's earlier papers on least-cost transportation planning
Links to related information:
|King County (Seattle) Washington's web site on Transit Oriented Development|
|Ths search engine Google generates over two million hits for "transit oriented development." Most of these are about particular station-area projects, or about guidelines for station-area development. Our interest as researchers is the metro area, region-wide transportation system performance likely from TOD. Would TOD at ten, or even twenty transit stations in a new system make any difference in how much people drive their cars?|
|Victoria Transport Policy Institute on Transit Oriented Development|
|Thoreau Institute on Transit Oriented Development|
Home page of the Mineta Transportation Institute at San Jose State University.
We deeply appreciate the research funding support from Mineta Transportation Institute. All research and analysis for this project has been conducted independently, and our work does not necessarily represent the views of this Institute.
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