Reduction of Work Trip Length Through Home Mortgage Subsidy Incentives: Final Report, Volume 1
U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of University Research, 1983 - Commuting - 95 pages
Analysis of the geographically restricted home mortgage subsidy program at Princeton University and its potential effect on vehicle miles travelled and gasoline consumption for University employee work trips.
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air pollution Appendix Approximately bought a home carpool company towns compared consumption and air control groups cost distance eligible employees emissions offset employee work trip energy consumption ETS employees Forrestal campus Forrestal employees Gas Consumption Gals gasoline consumption geographically restricted mortgage home mortgage homeowners Household Weekly W.T. housing incentives interest rate Kohler Kohler Company lower down payment main campus mean work trip mortgage loan program mortgage program mortgage subsidy programs participants payback period Phase PLAN STATUS Princeton Borough Princeton Mortgage Plan Princeton Theological Seminary Princeton Township Princeton University employees private sector Pullman residence residential restal Row PCT Rutgers salary SKIP TO QUESTION socioeconomic Squibb Third Third tion TOTAL transportation trip distributions trip length trip WMT W.T. Gas Consumption Weekly W.T. Gas Weekly W.T. WMT weekly work trip Westminster Choir College WMT reductions Work-Trip Length Distributions workers zip code