JTLU 4(3)

We are pleased to announce the publication of Vol. 4, Issue 3 of the Journal of Transport and Land Use, available at https://www.jtlu.org/index.php/jtlu

Table of Contents

Journal of Transport and Land Use, Vol. 4, Issue 3 

Introducing the World Society for Transport and Land Use Research  
Kevin J. Krizek, University of Colorado 
Kelly J. Clifton, Portland State University

The impact of the residential built environment on work at home adoption
frequency: An example from Northern California 
Wei (Laura) Tang, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy, University of
California, Davis

Mobile phones and telecommuting: Effects on trips and tours of Londoners 
Grace Uayan Padayhag, Tokyo Institute of Technology 
Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Kyoto University 
Daisuke Fukuda, Tokyo Institute of Technology 

The attributes of residence/workplace areas and transit commuting 
Bumsoo Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 
Peter Gordon, University of Southern California 
James E. Moore II, University of Southern California 
Harry W. Richardson, University of Southern California 

The impact of residential growth patterns on vehicle travel and pollutant
Deb Niemeier, Song Bai, and Susan L. Handy, University of California, Davis

Divergence of potential state-level performance measures to assess
transportation and land use coordination 
John S Miller and Linda D Evans, Virginia Transportation Research Council 

Using multi-criteria decision making to highlight stakeholders’ values in
the corridor planning process 
Bethany Stich, Mississippi State University
Joseph H. Holland, University of Mississippi 
Rodrigo A. A. Nobrega, Mississippi State University
Charles G. O’Hara, Mississippi State University

The Journal of Transport and Land Use is an open-access, peer-reviewed
online journal publishing original interdisciplinary papers on the
interaction of transport and land use. Domains include: engineering,
planning, modeling, behavior, economics, geography, regional science,
sociology, architecture and design, network science, and complex systems. 

Thank you for the continuing interest in our work,

David M Levinson
University of Minnesota