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Pedestrian access to transit: Identifying redundancies and gaps using a variable service area analysis
Identifying the percentage of the population being served by a transit system in a metropolitan region is a key performance measure. This performance measure depends mainly on the ...
El-Geneidy, A., Tétreault, P. & Surprenant-Legaul...

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Examining travel distances by walking and cycling, Montréal, Canada
Active transportation – especially walking and cycling – is undergoing a surge in popularity in urban planning and transportation circles as a solution to the environmental and...
Yasmin, F., Larsen, J. & El-Geneidy, A.

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Limited bus stop service: An evaluation of an implementation strategy
Transit agencies implement limited-stop (express) bus services as a mean to provide an attractive and competitive transportation mode when compared to the automobile. In 2008, the ...
El-Geneidy, A. & Surprenant-Legault, J.

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14 years 4 months ago
The Spatial Patterns Affecting Home to Work Distances of Two-Worker Households
Round-trips between home and work represent, for the majority of people, most of their daily commuting time; also, setting home and work places involves more constraints for two- ...
Surprenant-Legault, J and El-Geneidy A.

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Build it but where? A GIS methodology for guiding the planning of new cycling facilities
Concern over climate change, traffic congestion, and the health consequences of sedentary lifestyles has resulted in a surge of interest in cycling as an efficient form of urban ...
Larsen, J. & El-Geneidy, M.