Urban Travel Patterns for Hospitals, Universities, Office Buildings, and Capitols
Highway Research Board, Division of Engineering, 1969 - Traffic surveys - 144 pages
Travel patterns were studied for hospitals, colleges and universities, office buildings, and state capitol complexes. The analyses include trip generation, trip distribution, and general trip characteristics such as trip purpose and mode of travel. Data were obtained from many origin-and-destination studies conducted during recent years for urban transportation planning processes. Trips to and from specific types of land use were studied. The trip generation characteristics are related to various quantifiable factors for each specific land use through the use of multiple regression analyses.
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6AM Noon 6PM Area Transportation Study AUTO AUTO TRANSIT auto driver trips auto passengers average BACKCHECK beds building trips campus population capitol complexes central business district colleges and universities daily employees ﬁndings ﬂoor floor space HOME INTERVIEW PERSON hospital trips hospital type Hour Beginning Figure independent variables institutions INTERVIEW PERSON TRIPS located multi-tenanted multiple regression nonwork trips Noon 6PM Midnight off-street ofﬁce office buildings owner-tenanted peak hour percent PERCENTAGE TRAVEL MODE personal business Pittsburgh Planning private buildings proportion PSGR public buildings Rhode Island sample sector signiﬁcant social-recreation speciﬁc sq ft standard errors study area suburban Table taxi trips tion Total auto driver total person trips traffic transit passengers transit service transit trips transportation study data TRAVEL MODE DISTRIBUTION trip distribution trip origins trip purpose trip rate curves tripmaking trips to school TRIPS TO SELECTED truck trips urban area visitors WILBUR SMITH Wisconsin