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A Hierarchical Analysis on the Commuting Behaviors and Urban Spatial Characteristics
Seo, Jonggook;
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 Abstract
In this study, a new analytical techniques is proposed for seeking policy alternatives aimed at objectives of TDM, increasing the transit rideshare. Determinants of travel mode such as personal characteristics, lifestyle, and urban spatial characteristics are interdependent and have combined effect on decision. In addition, individuals, groups, and regional characteristics have interdependencies at different levels. Unlike traditional regression analysis, hierarchical analysis model has the advantage of identifying interdependencies and complex relationship between the combined impact factors. This analysis technique is expected to be a significant contribution to seek a more efficient TOD policy.
 Keywords
TOD;Travel Mode Choice;Travel Behavior;Urban Spatial;Characteristics;Hierarchical Analysis;Model;
 Language
Korean
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