Input Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model, Volume 2: Practitioners’ Handbook: Project Level Inputs

Title: Input Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model, Volume 2: Practitioners’ Handbook: Project Level Inputs
Author: National Cooperative Highway Research Program
Publication Date: 2015
Dewey Decimal Number: 363.7392
Call Record: DIGITAL      363.7392  NCHRP  2015  v2

Input Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model, Volume 1: Practitioners’ Handbook: Regional Level Inputs

Title: Input Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator Model, Volume 1: Practitioners’ Handbook: Regional Level Inputs
Author: National Cooperative Highway Research Program
Publication Date: 2015
Dewey Decimal Number: 363.7392
Call Record: DIGITAL      363.7392  NCHRP  2015  v1

Long-Distance and Rural Travel Transferable Parameters for Statewide Travel Forecasting Models

Title: Long-Distance and Rural Travel Transferable Parameters for Statewide Travel Forecasting Models
Author: Schiffer, Robert G
Publication Date: 2012
Dewey Decimal Number: 388.404
Call Record: DIGITAL      388.404  Schiffer  2012

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A New Spatial Multiple Discrete-Continuous Modeling Approach to Land Use Change Analysis

Title: A New Spatial Multiple Discrete-Continuous Modeling Approach to Land Use Change Analysis
Author: Dubey, Subodh K
Publication Date: 2013
Dewey Decimal Number: 333.7315
Call Record: DIGITAL      333.7315  Dubey  2013

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Equity Analysis of Land Use and Transport Plans Using an Integrated Spatial Model

Title: Equity Analysis of Land Use and Transport Plans Using an Integrated Spatial Model
Author: Rodier, Caroline
Publication Date: 2010
Dewey Decimal Number: 388.4042
Call Record: DIGITAL      388.4042  Rodier  2010

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