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afford auto line-haul auto travel auto work trips BART car pool change in ridership chauffeur driven cheaper congestion Corham destination zone door-to-door trip downtown workers driving burden drop in ridership elasticities and cross-elasticities enroute or line-haul fare increase grade-separated high enroute highway increase transit KIND OF TRANSPORT line-haul and access line-haul speed load factor maintaining present fare Martin Wohl modal choices one-percent change one-percent reduction present fare levels price and service private auto private automobile proposed rapid transit Public Use Today rapid transit extensions rapid transit system reduction in transit revenues would increase schedule frequency second commuter car service changes service differ taxi service technologies TODAY AND TOMORROW transfer and waiting transit access transit fare transit line-haul price transit service transit stations transit tripmaking transit work trips traveling public URBAN INSTITUTE 2100 URBAN INSTITUTE PAPER URBAN PUBLIC urban transport service virtually wide station spacing William H