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008 701223s1970 mau b 00110 eng
050 0 HE192.5|b.Q34
100 10 Quandt, Richard E.,|ecomp
245 14 The demand for travel: theory and measurement /|cEdited by
Richard E. Quandt
260 0 Lexington, Mass. :|bHeath Lexington Books,|cc1970
300 xii, 304 p. ;|c23 cm
504 Includes bibliographies
505 0 Introduction to the analysis of travel demand, by R. E.
Quandt.--A new approach to consumer theory, by K. J.
Lancaster.--A statistical theory of spatial distribution
models, by A. G. Wilson.--The demand for abstract
transport modes: theory and measurement, by R. E. Quandt
and W. J. Baumol.--Structural requirements for abstract-
mode models of passenger transportation, by J. P.
Mayberry.--Cross-sectional travel demand models: estimates
and tests, by R. E. Quandt and K. H. Young.--Estimation of
modal splits, by R. E. Quandt.--A non-linear model of the
demand for travel, by A. J. Blackburn.--An alternative
approach to aggregation and estimation in the non-linear
model, by A. J. Blackburn.--Value of time, choice of mode,
and the subsidy issue in urban transportation, by L. N.
Moses and H. F. Williamson.--The value of time spent in
travelling: some new evidence, by M. E. Beesley.--The
choice of travel mode for the journey to work: some
findings, by D. A. Quarmby
650 0 Transportation|xResearch|xAddresses, essays, lectures