From the Editors
Prior to the release of Issue 2, the Journal of Transport and Land Use web site received over 5,000 visits from over 3,500 unique readers. These readers hailed from over 59 counties (and all 50 United States) yielding a total of over 19,000 page views. Of those visitors, over 800 have registered with the site. We currently have 24 papers under review and our most recent submission was the one-hundredth. We are pleased to present our second issue. Like the previous issue, many of these papers center on accessibility. We recruited these papers from the second international conference on Access to Destinations held at the University of Minnesota in August, 2007; they are authored by leading contributors to the domain of transport and land use.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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