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The following is a listing of the research papers and reports available in electronic formats that are included on the accompanying CD-ROM. For a complete listing of documents used in the critical literature review, refer to Appendix B on the accompanying CD-ROM. Combined, these two sources provide a comprehensive review of the available information on the topic of land use, travel behavior, and emissions impacts.

Apogee/Haigler-Bailly, "The Effects of Urban Form on Travel and Emissions: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature." 1998.

Ilse De Bourdeaudhuj, James F. Sallis, Brian E. Saelens. "Environmental Correlates of Physical Activity in a Sample of Belgian Adults." The Science of Health Promotions, September/October 2003.

Charlotte/Mecklenburg Department of Transportation, "Air Quality Benefits of Brownfields Development: Methodology Report and Summary Results". Charlotte, NC. June 2003.

Clark, K.C.; Hoppen, S.; and Gaydos, L. "A self-modifying cellular automaton model of historical urbanization in the San Francisco Bay area." Department of Geology and Geography, Hunter College, The City University of New York Graduate School and University Center. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design volume 24 (1997) pages 247 - 261.

Reid Ewing, Tom Schmid, Richard Killingsworth, Amy Slot, Stephen Raudenbush. "Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity." The Science of Health Promotions, September/October 2003.

Reid Ewing and Robert Cervero, "Travel and the Built Environment Synthesis". Transportation Research Record 1780 (2001); 87-122.

Jack Faucett Associates, "Background Information for Land Use SIP Policy," Prepared for United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Mobile Sources Transportation and Market and Incentives Group. September 1998.

Sharon Feigon, David Hoyt, Lisa McNally, and Ryan Mooney-Bullock, "Travel Matters: Mitigating Climate Changes with Sustainable Surface Transportation." Transit Cooperative Research Program No. 93. 2003.

Christopher Frey, PhD, et al, "Emissions Reduction Through Better Traffic Management: An Empirical Evaluation Based Upon On-Road Measurements," North Carolina State University, 2001.

Howard Frumkin, "Urban Sprawl and Public Health," Public Health Records, May/June 2002.

Lawrence Frank, Brian Stone Jr., William Bachman, "Linking Land Use With Household Vehicle Emissions in the Central Puget Sound: Methodological Framework and Findings." Transportation Research Part D (2000); 173-196.

Steve French, William Bachman, Lawrence Frank, "Regional Land Use Database: Descriptive Analysis." Deliverable No. 8. Atlanta, Georgia. June 2001.

Georgia Institute of Technology: College of Architecture, "Regional Land Use Database: Land Use Measures." Deliverable No. 10. September 2002.

David Hartgen, Ph.D., "Highways and Sprawl in North Carolina". September 2003.

Amy Heling, "The Effect of Residential Accessibility to Employment on Men's and Women's Travel" Georgia.

Curtis Johnson, "Market Choices and Fair Prices: Research Suggests Surprising Answers to Regional Growth Dilemmas" Transportation and Regional Growth. January 2003.

J. Richard Kuzmyak, Richard Pratt, G. Bruce Douglas, Frank Spielberg, Transit Cooperative Research Program: Land Use And Site design: Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes. Washington D.C. 2003.

David Levinson, "Accessibility and the Journey to Work". November 1996.

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, "Alternatives to Sprawl." Washington, D.C.: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. 1995.

Kees Maat and Theo Arentze, "Variation of Activity Patterns with Features of the Spatial Context." May 2002.

Erica McArthur and Sara Hawkes, "Winning with Aces: How you Can Work Toward Active Community Environments." (North Carolina: The Department of Health and Human Services, June 2003), 1000, photocopied.

Ted Mondale and William Fulton, "Managing Metropolitan Growth: Reflections on the Twin Cities Experience." September 2003.

P.W. Newton, "Re-Shaping Cities for a More Sustainable Future Exploring the Link Between Urban Form, Air Quality, Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions". November 1997.

Peter Plumeau, "Noteworthy MPO Practices in Transportation-Land Use Planning Integration," Research Monograph No. 6. Wilbur Smith Associates for The Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations. 2004.

Terry Parker, "The Land Use-Air Quality Linkage: How Land Use and Transportation Affects Air Quality" California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board. 1997.

Steven E. Polzin, "The Relationship Between Land Use, Urban Form and Vehicle Miles of Travel: The State of Knowledge and Implications for Transportation Planning" Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida. March 2004

Protection Agency Office of Mobile Sources Transportation and Market and Incentives Group, Ann Arbor, Michigan. August 1997.

Jayanthi Rajamani, Chandra R. Bhat, Susan Hardy, Gerritt Knaap, and Yan Song, "Assessing the impact of urban form measures in non-work trip mode choice after controlling for demographic and level-of-service effects". August 2002.

Arlene Rosenbaum and Brett Koenig, "Evaluation of Modeling Tools for Assessing Land Use Policies and Strategies", Prepared for United States Environmental Protection Agency. 1997.

Ron Sands, "Pacific Northwest National Labor, USA: The Sixth AIM International Workshop" Tsukuba, Japan, 27-28. March 2001.

Paul Torrens, "How Land Use Transportation Models Work" (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London). April 2000.

Stephen A. Parker, "Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes: An Interim Introduction to the Handbook" Transit Cooperative Research Program No. 61. September 2003.

United States Department of Transportation, William Lyons, Scott Peterson, and Kimberly Noerager, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Through State and Local Transportation Planning. DOT-VNTSC-RSPA-03-02, September 2003.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Improving Air Quality Through Land Use Activities. EPA420-R-01-001 Brochure and Report. January 2001.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, A Technical Review of the Interaction between Land Use, Transportation, and Environmental Quality. EPA 231-R-01-002. January 2001.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Travel and Environmental Implications of School Siting. EPA 231-R-03-004. October 2003.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Characteristics and Performance of Regional Transportation Systems, EPA 213-R-04-011. January 2004.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Comparing Methodologies to Assess Transportation and Air Quality Impacts of Brownfields an Infill Development, EPA420-R-97-007, Washington, D.C. August 2001.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, "Guidance on Applicable Methodologies to Account for the Benefits of Infill in SIPs and Conformity Determinations." June 7, 2001.

United States Environmental Protection Agency and Criterion Planners and Engineers, "Smart Growth Index, A Sketch Tool For Community Planning: Indicator Dictionary". October 2002.

Bertil Vilhelmson, "Mobility Changes of People Living in Different Urban Areas of Sweden 1978-1997". June 1999.

Gerard Walters, "Peak Hour Traffic Generation for Mixed Use Development Areas". Reprinted from compendium of Technical Papers, Institute of Transportation Engineers, District 6 Regional Conference. July 1987.

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