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Land-Use Transport Interaction: State of the Art

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  • Michael Wegener

    (IRPUD)

  • Franz Fuerst

    (CUNY Center for Urban Research)

Abstract

This paper investigates innovative approaches to the integration of land-use and transport planning in urban regions. Engineering, economic and social-science based theories and empirical studies are analyzed regarding their ability to explain the interaction between land use and transport - that land use determines traffic flows and that transport infrastructure changes land-use patterns. In addition, this paper provides an overview of the state of the art of computer models for the simulation of land use and transport. Based on these theories and models the effectiveness of policies to influence land use and transport in urban regions is assessed.

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  • Michael Wegener & Franz Fuerst, 2004. "Land-Use Transport Interaction: State of the Art," Urban/Regional 0409005, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpur:0409005
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    Keywords

    Urban location theory; transportation research; land use- transport interaction; urban simulation modeling; location choice;

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    • R - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics

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