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Access to Destinations Study Publications


Research Brief

A one-page Research Brief describes highlights of the completed study.


Research Summaries

Measuring What Matters: Access to Destinations, the second research summary from the Access to Destinations Study. (August 2010)

Asking the Right Questions About Transportation and Land Use, a research summary from the Access to Destinations Study. (March 2007)


Research Reports

Development of Accessibility Measures
David Levinson and Ahmed El-Geneidy
Report No. 1 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2006-16) 125 pages

Refining Methods for Calculating Non-Auto Travel Times
Kevin Krizek, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, Michael Iacono, Jessica Horning
Report No. 2 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2007-24) 144 pages

Travel Time Estimation on Arterials
Gary A. Davis, Hui Xiong
Report No. 3 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2007-35) 83 pages

How Close is Close Enough? Estimating Accurate Distance-Decay Functions for Multiple Modes and Different Purposes
Michael Iacono, Kevin Krizek, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy
Report No. 4 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2008-11) 76 pages

Twin Cities Metro-wide Traffic Micro-simulation Feasibility Investigation
John Hourdos, Panos Michalopoulos
Report No. 5 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2008-15) 81 pages

Parcel Level Land Use Data Acquisition & Analysis for Measuring Non-Auto Accessibility
Kevin Krizek
Report No. 6 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2008-19) 43 pages

Monitoring Land Use Activity Changes in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Region
Michael Iacono, David M. Levinson, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, Rania Wasfi, Shanjiang Zhu
Report No. 7 in the Series: Access to Destinations
(Mn/DOT 2008-26) 107 pages

Computation of Travel Time Data for Access to Destinations Study
Taek Mu Kwon, Scott Klar
Report No. 8 in the Series: Access to Destinations
Mn/DOT 2008-38, 38 pages

Application of Accessibility Measures for Non-Auto Travel Modes
Kevin Krizek, Michael Iacono, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, Chen-fu Liao, Robert Johns
Report No. 9 in the Series: Access to Destinations
Mn/DOT 2009-24

Arterial Data Acquisition and Network-Wide Travel Time Estimation (Phase II)
Gary A. Davis, John Hourdos, Hui Xiong, Ted Morris
Report No. 10 in the Series: Access to Destinations
Mn/DOT 2010-12

Measuring Accessibility by Automobile
David M. Levinson, Bernadette Marion, Michael Iacono
Report No. 11 in the Series: Access to Destinations
Mn/DOT 2010-09, 94 pages

Using Twin Cities Destinations and Their Accessibility as a Multimodal Planning Tool
Paul Anderson, David M. Levinson, Pavithra Parthasarathi
Report No. 12 in the Series: Access to Destinations
MnDOT 2012-05

Access to Destinations: Annual Accessibility for the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
Andrew Owen and David M. Levinson
Report No. 13 in the Series: Access to Destinations
MnDOT 2012-34, 80 pp.

Access Across America
David M. Levinson
Report No. 14 in the Series: Access to Destinations
CTS 13-20, 38 pages


Proceedings and Presentations

August 2007 Access to Destinations Conference

November 2004 Access to Destinations Conference


Access to Destinations book

Edited by Access to Destinations Study lead researchers David Levinson and Kevin Krizek, Access to Destinations collects research papers presented at the 2004 academic conference "Access to Destinations: Rethinking the Transportation Future of Our Region."

In this book, researchers from around the world apply new ways of thinking about transportation and land use to a variety of questions drawn from disciplines such as urban planning, transportation engineering, and public policy.

Bibliographic & ordering information

Hardbound, ISBN: 0-08-044678-7, 422 pages, publication date: 2005.
Publisher: Elsevier.

Available from Elsevier, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.

The Accessibility Observatory is a program of the Center for Transportation Studies.