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Estimating An Incentive Elasticity of Demand for Non-motorized Transportation
Transportation and obesity are two of this decade's largest public policy challenges, with non-motorized commuting at the nexus of the two issues. Economists and transportation planners have long been studying mode choice and predicting demand for motorized alternatives. This research represents a preliminary investigation into demand for non-motorized commute modes and the role policy may play in promoting these modes.
- TRC Report # 08-003 - "Incentive Elasticity of Demand for Bike/Walk Program"
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