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Séquences piétonnières et mobilité en transports en commun. Exemple de l'Île-de-France


  • Mounir Mamoghli


This article concerns the impact on public transport flows of walking for connections and for access to the network. The main source is a transport survey : ? L?Enquête Globale de Transport d?Île-de-France ?. The exploitation of this survey has been carried out by geographic methods, inspired by a WILSON?s model. While improving transport surveys? process, our approach seems to lead to some positive results.

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  • Mounir Mamoghli, 2009. "Séquences piétonnières et mobilité en transports en commun. Exemple de l'Île-de-France," Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Armand Colin, vol. 0(5), pages 995-1013.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rerarc:reru_095_0995

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    public transportation; pedestrian; walking; models;


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