Following on from Integrated Models Volume 1: Policy Analysis of Transportation and Lane Use (Routledge Library Editions, 2006), this book bridges the gap between the scholars and the practitioners of transportation and land-use modelling. First published in 1991, chapters discuss model-calibration and model-solution problems, describe a series of numerical and policy analyses, and propose potential directions for location and land-use research. This reissue will be of particular value to undergraduate and postgraduate geography students with an interest in integrated urban modelling; in particular, the research conducted in the field over the past two decades.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. A Review of Transportation and Location Models 3. Development of the First Integrated Transportation and Land-Use Package 4. Policy Analysis with the Prototype Integrated Package 5. Modifications and Improvements to the Transportation Component 6. Development of Employment-Location Models 7. New Residence-Location Models: Development and Calibration 8. Verification Tests of Residence-Location Models 9. Policy Stimulations with the Improved Package 10. Some Future Directions for Location and Land-Use Research 11. Conclusions