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Characterizing Technology in Urban Transportation Systems
The Economics of the JourneytoWork
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allocation analysis assume assumptions basic behavior carrier central business district characteristics Chicago choke capacity component congestion loss consumed deadline demand decisions defined demand curve demand for space density density gradient developed distance distribution economic effects employment centers Euclidean space expression factors Figure flow framework given gradient groups growth Harland Bartholomew hence Highway household income increase individual ingression loss input iteration pattern journey-to-work labor force labor market Land Economics land values leisure Linear Programming location costs margin point marginal value marginal-value-of-leisure metropolitan money costs movement parameters pattern person-trips planning population population density position rent problem production relationship relevant rent curve represents residential result slope social space coefficient space demand spatial structure supply of space tend time-costs tion traffic transportation costs transportation function trip unit rent urban land urban planning urban space urban transportation system variables velocity William Alonso worker