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Habit and Hysteresis in Mode Choice

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  • P.B. Goodwin

    (Department of Planning and Transportation of the Greater London Council)

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  • P.B. Goodwin, 1977. "Habit and Hysteresis in Mode Choice," Urban Studies, Urban Studies Journal Limited, vol. 14(1), pages 95-98, February.
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