SUMMARY - CHAPTER 5 TRIP GENERATION I/ CONCEPT - Trips are...

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CHAPTER 5 – TRIP GENERATION I/ CONCEPT - Trips are made to fulfill the need to attend activities at different spatial locations. • A trip has two ends, the origin and the destination. • Activities (purposes) include: – home, – Work – school – Shop – Social – Recreation - Medical, gas, etc. • Trips are categorized by purpose – Home-based Work (HBW) • Home to work • Work to home – Home-based Other (HBO) • Home to other • Other to home – Non-Home-based (NHB) • Other to home • Home to other • Other to other II/ FACTORS • Trip productions – Housing unit – Household size – Income – Age – Auto ownership, etc. • Trip attractions – Number of employment – Square foot of space - Land use, etc.
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III/ TRIP GENERATION RATE • Trip rates by land use type (retail, industry, office, etc) – Trips per 1,000 square feet – Trips per employee • ITE Trip Generation Handbook • Usually used for non home based trips IV/ Trip Generation – Assumptions and Limitations
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course MNCM 201 taught by Professor Sara during the Spring '11 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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SUMMARY - CHAPTER 5 TRIP GENERATION I/ CONCEPT - Trips are...

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