Jobs/housing balance and employer-based travel demand management program returns to scale: Evidence from Los Angeles
AbstractResearch on environmental justice and social inclusion suggests that high-income wage earners may have better job access due to their greater choices in both housing and transportation markets. This study compares the jobs/housing balance and mode choice of different groups of employees of a large employer (27,113 employees) and those of the “reference groups” from comparable employees working for smaller employers in Los Angeles. Based on spatial and statistical analyses, this paper finds the following:
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Volume (Year): 20 (2012)
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