Demand for Intercity Passenger Travel in the Washington-Boston Corridor
Systems Analysis and Research Corporation, distributed by Clearinghouse for Scientific and Technical Information, 1962 - Local transit - 149 pages
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air travel Appendix Table assumption auto automobile Baltimore Boston Bridgeport business travel capita travel capita trips Census II Census Census III NPA central city changes city-pairs common carrier consumer units County Delaware demand model Department of Commerce derived destination city distribution economic elastic with respect employment equations Estimated/Actual explanatory variables family income fares forecasts frequency growth Hampshire highway income elasticity income levels increase indicate industry Inelastic Inelastic influence intercity passenger miles intercity travel demand intercity trips labor force line-haul Log State Population metropolitan areas Metropolitan Statistical Areas millions National Planning Association Newark NMSA nonbusiness number of trips occupational Opinion Research Corporation over-all Percent percentage personal consumption expenditures personal income personal travel personal trips POPULATION DENSITY projections rail relationships relatively result Rhode Island schedules SMSA SMSA's terminal tion traffic transportation expenditures travel behavior trips per employee U.S. Department urban areas Washington WASHINGTON-BOSTON CORRIDOR Wilmington York