Journal of Transportation and Statistics  Volume 8 Number 3
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Journal of Transportation and Statistics  Volume 8 Number 32005 
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Entire Report 
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Editorial Board 
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Contributors 
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Front Matter 
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Introduction to the Special issue on the 2001 National Household Travel Survey 
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Figure 1  Concerns about the Quality of Transportation Services: 2001 
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Figure 2  Percentages of Travelers Indicating a Significant Transportation Problem 
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Figure 3  Minutes Spent Driving per Day 
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Paper 1  Assessment of 2001 New York State NHTS AddOn Data Using Empirical and Auditable Data Sources by Nathan Erlbaum 
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Table 1  Total Travel by Residents, Business, and Vehicles 
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Table 2  Comparison of Survey and MTA Estimates of Transit Trips 
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Table 3  Comparison of Survey Estimates for Subway Ridership with Actual System Statistics 
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Table 4  Census Estimate of Workers and Worker Imputation 
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Table 5  Census and NHTS Estimates of Workers 
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Table 6  NHTS Worker Question Categories 
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Table 7  Census and "QuestionEquivalent" NHTS Workers 
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Table 8  New York State DMVLicensed Drivers vs. NHTS Drivers, by Gender 
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Table 9  New York State DMV Registrations vs. Census and NHTS Vehicles Available in Households 
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Figure 1  Monthly VehicleMiles of Travel (VMT) Estimate 
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Figure 2  Temporal Distribution of Monthly VehicleMiles of Travel (MVMT) 
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Figure 3  Average 2001/2002 and 1995/1996 Statewide VehicleMiles of Travel (VMT) Temporal Distribution 
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Figure 4  Survey of Statewide VehicleMiles of Travel (VMT) 
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Figure 5  Heating Degree Days 
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Figure 6  Population Weighted Snowfall Adjusted for Impact on Propensity to Travel 
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Figure 7  Understanding Main Mode and Access and Egress Mode Change Relationships with Respect to Access and Egress 15 Coding 
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Paper 2  Bayesian Approaches to Learning from Data: Using NHTS Data for the Analysis of Land Use and Travel Behavior by Marco G. Scuderi and Kelly J. Clifton 
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Table 1  Number of Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) as Function of the Number of Nodes (G) 
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Table 2  Variable List 
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Table 3  Summary of Model Runs 
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Table 4  A Sample Conditional Probability Table (Version 1) 
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Table 5  A Sample Conditional Probability Table (Version 2) 
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Table 6  A Sample Conditional Probability Table (Version 3) 
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Figure 1  Serial Connections (A), Diverging Connections (B), Feedback Loop (Cyclic Graph) 
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Figure 2  Model Runs at the Tract and Zip Code Level 
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Figure 3  Decision Trees and Details of Probabilities of Mode Choice as a Function of Road Density, Income, and Percentage of Commercial Uses 
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Paper 3  A Closer Look at Public Transportation Mode Share Trends by Steven E. Polzin and Xuehao Chu 
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Table 1  Summary of NHTS 2001 Mode Share Adjustments 
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Table 2  Comparisons of Various Survey Estimates of Public Transportation Mode Share 
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Table 3  Omnibus Household Survey Transit Use Results 
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Table 4  Work Travel Usual vs. Actual Mode Choice Percentages 
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Figure 1  Transit Ridership Trends 
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Figure 2  National VMT Trends 
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Figure 3  Rates of Change in Transit Ridership and VehicleMiles of Travel (VMT) 
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Figure 4  PersonMiles of Travel (PMT) Trends for Vehicles and Public Transit 
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Figure 5  PMTBased Transit Mode Share 
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Figure 6  Transit Mode Share Trendsâ€”Survey Data 
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Paper 4  Built Environment and Nonmotorized Travel: Evidence from Baltimore City Using the NHTS by Felipe Targe and Kelly J. Clifton 
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Table 1  Data Description and Summary Statistics 
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Table 2  Estimated Poisson Models for Number of Walking Trips and Estimated Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) Model for Share of Walking Trips 
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Table 3  Marginal Effects for Predicted Probabilities of Poisson Model 3 
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Figure 1  Surveyed Households in the 2001 NHTS Baltimore AddOn Sample 
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Figure 2  Frequency of Walking Trips on the Reported Day of Travel 
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Figure 3  Predicted Probabilities for Frequency of Walking Trips to Changes in Street Network Connectivity 
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Figure 4  Predicted Probabilities for Frequency of Walking Trips to Changes in LandUse Mix Diversity 
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Paper 5  Using Bayesian Updating to Enhance 2001 NHTS Kentucky Sample Data for Travel Demand Modelling by Bing Mei, Thomas A. Cooney, Niels R. Bostrom 
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Table 1  Kentucky AddOn Sample Allocation 
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Table 2  AllPurpose Average Household PersonTrip Rates 
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Table 3  Average Household Person Trip Rates by Purpose (All Area Types) 
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Table 4  Average Household Person Trip Rates by Purpose (Urbanized Area) 
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Table 5  Average Household Person Trip Rates by Purpose (Urban Cluster) 
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Table 6  Average Household Person Trip Rates by Purpose (Rural Area) 
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Table 7  Average Trip Lengths by Trip Purpose 
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Table 8  AddOn Sample Average Person Trip Rates by Trip Purpose by Area Type 
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Table 9  AddOn Sample Average Trip Lengths by Tryp Purpose (in minutes) 
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Table 10  Comparison of Updated and Observed Trip Rates for Urban Clusters 
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Table 11  Comparison of Updated and Observed Trip Rates for Rural Areas 
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Table 12  Comparison of Updated and Observed Average Trip Lengths 
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Figure 1  Kentucky AddOn Sample Locations 
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Paper 6  Using National Data to Simulate Metropolitan Area Household Travel Data by Peter R. Stopher, Stephen P. Greaves, and Min Xu 
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Table 1  Categories Used for Selected Trip Purpose Distributions 
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Table 2  Categorization Scheme for Travel Mode Simulation (in percent) 
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Table 3  O'Fallon and Sullivan's Classification of Tours 
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Table 4  Proposed Tour Classification for Simulation 
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Table 5  Count of Tours from NHTS by Simplified Types 
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Figure 1  Overview of the Approach 
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Figure 2  Distributions for Simulating HomeWork Trips 
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Figure 3  Distributions for Simulating Mode of Travel for HomeWork Trips 
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Figure 4  Distributions for Simulating Mode Using an Updated Sample of 300 Households (Sydney) 
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Paper 7  Travel Surveys: Methodological and TechnologyRelated Considerations by Joy Sharp and Elaine Murakami 
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Table 1  Comparison of Four Designs for Passenger Travel Surveys 
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Table 2  Alternative Sample Frame Designs 
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Table 3  Description and Comparison of DataCollection Methodologies 
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Reviewers for 2005 
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Index to Volume 8 
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Back Cover 
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