Transportation impacts of affordable housing: Informing development review with travel behavior analysis
Bates, L. (2016). State income limits for 2016. Sacramento, CA: Department of Housing and Community Development, Division of Housing Policy Development. Retrieved from http://www.hcd.ca.gov/housing-policy-development/housing-resource-center/reports/state/inc2k16.pdf
Blumenberg, E., & Pierce, G. (2012). Automobile ownership and travel by the poor: Evidence from the 2009 National Household Travel Survey. Transportation Research Record, 2320(1), 28–36. doi:10.3141/2320-04
Caltrans. (2010). Smart mobility 2010: A call to action for the new decade. Sacramento, CA: Caltrans.
Chatman, D. G. (2013). Does TOD need the T? Journal of the American Planning Association, 79(1), 17–31. doi:10.1080/01944363.2013.791008
City of Pasadena Permit Center. (2015). Miscellaneous fees and charges. Retrieved from https://ww5.cityofpasadena.net/planning/wp-content/uploads/sites/56/2017/08/Miscellaneous-Permit-Fees.pdf
City of Sacramento Community Development Department. (2017). Sacramento Transportation Authority STA fee table. Retrieved from http://www.cityofsacramento.org/online-services/FeeChargeSearch?cu_fee_id=5669
Clifton, K. J., Currans, K. M., & Muhs, C. D. (2013). Evolving the Institute of Transportation Engineers trip generation handbook: A proposal for collecting multi-modal, multi-context, establishment-level data. Transportation Research Record, 2344(2), 107–117.
Currans, K. M. (2017). Issues in urban trip generation. Portland, Oregon: Portland State University.
Dock, S., Cohen, L., Rogers, J. D., Henson, J., Weinberger, R., Schrieber, J., & Ricks, K. (2015). Methodology to gather multimodal urban trip generation data. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
Ewing, R., & Cevero, R. (2010). Travel and the built environment: A meta-analysis. Journal of the American Planning Association, 76(3), 265–294.
Giuliano, G. (2005). Low income, public transit, and mobility. Transportation Research Record, 1927(1), 63–70.
Giuliano, G., & Dargay, J. (2006). Car ownership, travel and land use: A comparison of the U.S. and Great Britain. Transportation Research Part A, 40(1), 106–124.
Handy, S. (1993). Regional versus local accessibility: Implications for nonwork travel. Transportation Research Record, 1400, 58–66.
Holtzclaw, J., Clear, R., Dittmar, H., Goldstein, D., & Haas, P. (2002). Location efficiency: Neighborhood and socioeconomic characteristics determine auto ownership and use—Studies in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Transportation Planning and Technology, 25(1), 1–27. doi:10.1080/03081060290032033
Institute of Transportation Engineers. (2012). Trip generation manual (9th ed.). Washington, DC: Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Institute of Transportation Engineers. (2014). Trip generation handbook, 3rd Edition: An ITE recommended practice. Washington, DC: Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Joint Center for Housing Studies. (2015). America’s rental housing: Expanding options for diverse and growing demand. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Economic & Planning Systems, & Gene Bregman & Associates. (2009). Trip-generation rates for urban infill land uses in California: Phase 2, data collection. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Transportation. Retrieved from http://www.dot.ca.gov/research/researchreports/reports/2009/final_summary_report-calif._infill_trip-generation_rates_study_july_2009.pdf
Manville, M. (2013). Parking requirements and housing development. Journal of the American Planning Association, 79(1), 49–66. doi:10.1080/01944363.2013.785346
Millard-Ball, A. (2015). Phantom trips: Overestimating the traffic impacts of new development. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 8(1), 1–19.
Murakami, E., & Young, J. (1997). Daily travel by persons with low income. Paper presented at the National Person Travel Survey Symposium, Bethesda, MD.
Newmark, G. L., & Haas, P. M. (2015, December 16). Income, location efficiency, and VMT: Affordable housing as a climate strategy. Retrieved from http://www.cnt.org/publications/income-location-efficiency-and-vmt-affordable-housing-as-a-climate-strategy
Ong, P. M., & Houston, D. (2002). Transit, employment and women on welfare. Urban Geography, 23(4), 344–364.
Pucher, J., & Renne, J. L. (2003). Socioeconomics of urban travel: Evidence from the 2001 NHTS. Transportation Quarterly, 57(3), 49–77.
Rindt, C. (2015). How to create the linked trip table. Irvine, California: University of California, Irvine, for Caltrans.
Rogers, J., Emerine, D., Haas, P., Jackson, D., Kauffmann, P., Rybeck, R., & Westrom, R. (2016). Estimating parking utilization in multi-family residential buildings in Washington, DC. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
Rowe, D., Morse, S., Ratchford, C., Haas, P., & Becker, S. (2014). Modeling of multifamily residential parking use in King County, Washington. Transportation Research Record, 2469(1), 57–64. doi:10.3141/2469-07
Salon, D. (2015). Heterogeneity in the relationship between the built environment and driving: Focus on neighborhood type and travel purpose. Research in Transportation Economics, 52(1), 34–45.
Schneider, R. J., Shafizadeh, K., & Handy, S. L. (2015). Method to adjust Institute of Transportation Engineers vehicle trip-generation estimates in smart-growth areas. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 8(1), 69–83.
Schneider, R. J., Shafizadeh, K., Sperry, B. R., & Handy, S. L. (2013). Methodology to gather multimodal trip generation data in smart-growth areas. Transportation Research Record, 2354, 68–85.
Steffen, B. L., Carter, G. R., Martin, M., Pelletiere, D., Vandenbroucke, D. A., & Yao, Y.-G.D. (2015). Worst case housing needs: 2015 report to Congress. Washington, DC: US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Tal, G., & Handy, S. (2010). Travel behavior of immigrants: An analysis of the 2001 National Household Transportation Survey. Transport Policy, 17(1), 85–93.
The Center for Neighborhood Technology. (2012). Safe, decent, and affordable: Transportation costs of affordable housing in the Chicago region. Chicago, IL: The Center for Neighborhood Technology.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2014, April 10). Smart location database. Retrieved from http://www.epa.gov/smartgrowth/smartlocationdatabase.html
Weinberger, R., Dock, S., Cohen, L., Rogers, J., & Henson, J. (2015). Predicting travel impacts of new development in America’s major cities: Testing alternative trip generation models. Paper presented at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.