Wednesday, March 7, 2012

A Review of the Literature on the Application and Development of Land Use Models

by John L. Bowman

This literature review is being conducted in the context of a research project in which the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is exploring the possibility of enhancing the way it produces long range forecasts of land use, employment and population used as inputs in the travel demand modeling process. Therefore the focus of this review is on land use models with two important characteristics: (1) they either include a travel demand model as an integrated component, or are designed to interact with a separately developed travel demand model, and (2) they predict the geographical distribution of employment and households within a metropolitan region.

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