Levinson, David M.; Marshall, Wes; Axhausen, Kay W.
Published by the Network Design Lab. Information
Nothing in cities makes sense except in the light of accessibility. Transport cannot be understood without reference to the location of activities (land use), and vice versa. However, for a variety of historical reasons, transport and land use are quite divorced in practice. This text aims to bridge the chasm, helping engineers understand the elements of access that are associated not only with traffic, but also with human behavior and activity location, and helping planners understand the technology underlying transport engineering, the processes, equations, and logic that make up the transport half of the accessibility measure. It aims to help both communicate accessibility to the public.