Journal of Transportation and Statistics Volume 3 Number 1
Journal of Transportation and Statistics
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|Table of Contents||File Formats|
|Letter from the Deputy Editor-in-Chief|
|Paper 1 - A Statistical Analysis of Induced Travel Effects in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region by Lewis M. Fulton, Robert B. Noland, Daniel J. Meszler, John V. Thomas|
|Paper 2 - Four Measures of Transportation's Economic Importance by Xiaoli Han and Bingsong Fang|
|Paper 3 - Assessing Data and Modeling Needs for Urban Transport: An Australian Perspective by David A. Hensher|
|Paper 4 - Estimating Statewide Truck Trips Using Commodity Flows and Input-Output Coefficients by Jose A. Sorratini|
|Paper 5 - Assessing the Determinants of Safety in the Trucking Industry by Kristen Monaco and Emily Williams|
|Paper 6 - The Highway and Railroad Operating Environments for Hazardous Shipments in the United States-Safer in the '90s? by Christopher L. Saricks and Melanie M. Tompkins|
|Guidelines for Manuscript Submission, Instructions to Authors|