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Some characteristics of journey to work trips in Reading.

C. A. Stoneman

Some characteristics of journey to work trips in Reading.

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Reading literature (novels and plays, for example) requires a different approach than reading a textbook. In literature, the meaning isn't often stated directly, but is implied. You have to get a sense on your own of what the work means, instead of having the author explicitly saying, "This is idea 1, and this is idea 2.". Actual trips often involve some other intermediate trip purpose and, hence, differ from census information on the "usual" journey to work. Comparisons of census employment location coding with an independent data source indicated that more effort was needed to code accurately to the traffic zone or district level.


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Some characteristics of journey to work trips in Reading. by C. A. Stoneman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Some characteristics of journey to work trips in Reading Catherine A. Stoneman Not In Library. Publishing History Daniel, 1 book Morton L. Montgomery, 1 book Robert Early, 1 book Philip Bowcock, 1 book Reading Museum and Art Gallery (Reading, England), 1 book Adams, David M. TRIP TIME CHARACTERISTICS OF JOURNEYS TO AND Some characteristics of journey to work trips in Reading.

book WORK. Trip-time data on 25 routes of various distances have been collected during a period of 20 months for automobile trips to and from a common suburban work location in the Detroit, Michigan Area.

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