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Journal of Transportation and StatisticsVolume 6 Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics - Volume 6, Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics
Volume 6 Number 1

2003
ISSN 1094-8848

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Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Editorial Board
Contributors
Front Matter
Paper 1 - Truth in Transportation Planning by Donald C. Shoup
Figure 1 - Fast Food Restaurant with Drive-Through Window (Land Use 834)
Average Vehicle Trip Ends vs: 1,000 Square Feet Gross Floor Area
On a: weekday
Figure 2 - Fast Food Restaurant with Drive-In Window (Land Use 836)
Peak Parking Spaces Occupied vs: 1,000 Gross Square Feet Leasable Area
On a: weekday
Figure 3 - Fast Food Restaurant with Drive-Through Window (Land Use 834)
Average Vehicle Trip Ends vs: 1,000 Square Feet Gross Floor Area
On a: weekday
Figure 4 - Fast Food Restaurant with Drive-Through Window (Land Use 834)
Average Vehicle Trip Ends vs: 1,000 Square Feet Gross Floor Area
On a: weekday
Figure 5 - Truck Terminal (Land Use 030)
Average Vehicle Trip Ends vs: Acres
On a: weekday
Discussion by Carl H. Buttke and Eugene D. Arnold, Jr.
Rejoinder by Donald C. Shoup
Paper 2 - Modeling Trip Duration for Mobile Source Emissions Forecasting by Harikesh S. Nair and Chandra R. Bhat
Table 1 - Distribution of Trips by Trip Purpose
Table 2 - Distribution of Trips by Time of Day
Table 3 - Empirical Results for Trip Duration Model
Table 4 - Split of Home-Based Work Trips by Time of Day
Table 5 - Split of Home-Based Other Trips by Disaggregate Trip Purpose and Time of Day
Table 6 - Split of Nonhome-Based Trips by Disaggregate Trip Purpose and Time of Day
Table 7 - EPA-Recommended Default Trip Duration Proportions
Table 8 - Performance Measures of Proposed vs. Default Models for Each Trip Purpose and Time Period
Figure 1 - Normal Q-Q Plot of Log
Trip Duration
Figure 2 - Normal P-P Plot of Log
Trip Duration
Paper 3 - Roadway Traffic Crash Mapping: A Space-Time Modeling Approach by Shaw-Pin Miaou, Joon Jin Song, and Bani K. Mallick
Table 1 - Deviance Information Criterion and Related Performance Measures for Models of Various Complexities
Table 2 - Example MCMC Simulation Output for Model 27: Some Statistics of the Estimated Posterior Density for a Selected Number of Parameters
Figure 1 - Georgraphic Districts, Counties, and Urbanized Areas in Texas
Figure 2 - Number of KAB Crashes on Rural, 2-Lane, Low-Volume, On-System Roads in Each Texas County: 1999
Figure 3 - Vehicle-Miles Traveled on Rural, 2-Lane, Low-Volume, On-System Roads in Each Texas County: 1999
Figure 4 - "Raw" Annual KAB Crash in Crashes per MVMT by County: Highest, Lowest, and Average Rates, 1992-1999
Figure 5 - Topographical Map of Texas
Figure 6 - Proportion of KAB Crashes1 that Occured on Sharp Horizontal Curves in Each County
Figure 7 - Proportion of KAB Crashes1 that Occurred Under Wet Pavement Conditions for Each County: 1999
Figure 8 - Proportion of KAB Crashes1 that were Intersection, Intersection Related, or Driveway Access Related for Each County: 1999
Figure 9 - Proportion of KAB Crashes1 Involving Vehicles that Ran Off Roads and Hit Fixed Objects on the Roadside for Each County
Figure 10 - Estimated KAB Crash Rates1 in Crashes per MVMT by County from Model 27: 1999
Figure 11 - Locations of KAB Crashes on the State-Maintained Highway Network of a Texas County in 1999
Paper 4 - Development of a Random Sampling Procedure for Local Road Traffic Count Locations by Sarah T. Bowling and Lisa Aultman-Hall
Table 1 - y-Intercept, R2, and x2 Coefficient
Table 2 - Slope Comparison
Table 3 - Corrected and Uncorrected ADT and DVMT Values (0.2 mile grid-based sample)
Figure 1 - A "Cookie Cutter" Grid on a Network of Roads
Figure 2 - Bias Analysis for Pike County
(0.2 mile grid)
Figure 3 - Pike County Weights
Paper 5 - Containerized Cargo Shipper's Behavior in China: A Discrete Choice Analysis by Piyush Tiwari, Hidekazu Itoh, and Masayuki Doi
Table 1 - Descriptive Statistics
Table 2 - Estimated Discrete Choice Functions
Table 3 - 3 Distance Elasticity of Port-Shipping Line Market Shares
Table 4 - TEUs per Berth Elasticity of Port-Shipping Line Market Shares
Table 5 - TEUs per Crane Elasticity of Port-Shipping Line Market Shares
Table 6 - Number-of-Routes Elasticity of Port-Shipping Line Market Shares
Table 7 - Ship-Calls Elasticity of Port-Shipping Line Market Shares
Figure 1 - Location of Chinese Ports
Figure 2 - Alternatives in Shippers' Decision Process in China
Guidelines for Manuscript Submission
Back Cover
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017