Reduction of Work Trip Length Through Home Mortgage Subsidy Incentives: Final Report
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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