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Predicting the Relative Impacts of Urban Development Policies and On-Road Vehicle Technologies on Air Quality in the United States: Modeling and Analysis of a Case Study in Austin, Texas
Grant Number R831839
RFA: Regional Development, Population Trend, and Technology Change Impacts on Future Air Pollution Emissions (2004)
Journal Article (13)
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Journal Article Lemp JD, McWethy LB, Kockelman KM. From aggregate methods to microsimulation: assessing benefits of microscopic activity-based models of travel demand. Transportation Research Record 2007;1994:80-88. R831839 (2007)
R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Lemp JD, Zhou B, Kockelman KM, Parmenter BM. Visioning versus modeling: analyzing the land-use-transportation futures of urban regions. Journal of Urban Planning and Development 2008;134(3):97-109. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article McDonald-Buller EC, Webb A, Kockelman KM, Zhou B. Effects of transportation and land use policies on air quality: a case study in Austin, Texas. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2010;2158:28-35. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Song J, Webb A, Parmenter B, Allen DT, McDonald-Buller E. The impacts of urbanization on emissions and air quality: comparison of four visions of Austin, Texas. Environmental Science & Technology 2008;42(19):7294-7300. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Wang X, Kockelman K. Tracking land cover change in a mixed logit model:recognizing temporal and spatial effects. Transportation Research Record 2006;1977:112-120. R831839 (2005)
R831839 (2006)
R831839 (2007)
R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Wang X, Kockelman KM. Specification and estimation of a spatially and temporally autocorrelated seemingly unrelated regression model: application to crash rates in China. Transportation 2007;34(3):281-300. R831839 (2006)
R831839 (2007)
Journal Article Wang X, Kockelman KM. Application of dynamic spatial ordered probit model: patterns of ozone concentration in Austin, Texas. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2009;2136:45-56. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Zhou BB, Kockelman KM. Predicting the distribution of households and employment: a seemingly unrelated regression model with two spatial processes. Journal of Transport Geography 2009;17(5):369-376. R831839 (2007)
Journal Article Zhou B, Kockelman KM. Microsimulation of residential land development and household location choices: bidding for land in Austin, Texas. Transportation Research Record 2008;2077:106-112. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Zhou B, Kockelman KM. Neighborhood impacts on land use change:a multinomial logit model of spatial relationships. The Annals of Regional Science 2008;42(2):321-340. R831839 (2007)
R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Zhou B, Kockelman KM. Self-selection in home choice: use of treatment effects in evaluating relationship between built environment and travel behavior. Transportation Research Record 2008;2077:54-61. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Zhou B, Kockelman K, Lemp J. Applications of integrated transport and gravity-based land use models for policy analysis. Transportation Research Record:Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2009;2133:123-132. R831839 (Final)
Journal Article Zhou B, Kockelman K. Lessons learned in developing and applying land use model systems: parcel-based example. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2009;2133:75-82. R831839 (Final)