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  • The journey to work patterns in Jurong industrial new town, Singapore
  • The impact of decentralization on the journey-to-work and pollution
  • The analysis of journey to work patterns in human geography
  • Job and housing tenure and the journey to work
  • Commuting ; Housing occupance ; Journey to work ; Maryland ; Model ; Residential location ; United States of America ; Urban transport ; Workplace
  • Tenure at jobs and houses, along with commuting patterns between home and work, are studied for residents of metropolitan Washington. Evaluation of the effect of commuting duration on job and housing tenure suggests that those who move, one average
  • Commuting ; Concept ; Journey to work ; Measurement ; Methodology ; United States of America
  • In the aggregate, excess commuting is the nonoptimal or surplus work travel occurring in cities because people do not minimize their journeys to work. The A. presents an alternative view based on a theoretical maximum commute. This calculation
  • Using circular statistics to explore the geography of the journey to work
  • Australia ; Distance travelled ; Flow ; Geographical information system ; Journey to work ; Queensland ; Statistics
  • Transport-related fringe benefits : implications for moving and the journey to work
  • Commuting ; Employment demand ; Enquiry ; Journey to work ; Labour market ; Logit model ; Transport ; United Kingdom
  • Actually these are typical expenses for mixed reasons in which private preferences of the private lifestyle play a role in addition to the occupational cause, as analyses of the data available on journeys to work prove. Only less than 70
  • for distance from 21 km onwards that is valid from 2007 goes in the right direction. But for about 170 000 recipients of lower incomes with long journeys to work the present changes in the flatrate for distances implies a noticeable reduction of available
  • % of the journeys from and to the workplace are direct journeys, frequently the journey is linked to further activities such as shopping, transport of children to an institution looking after them or to school and leisure activities. The limitation of the flatrate
  • Journey to work considerations in the labour force participation of married women
  • Aspects of the journey to work within a small city laborshed
  • Working the system: journeys through corporate culture in the railway age
  • Administration ; Cultural studies ; Enterprise ; Management ; Nineteenth Century ; Railway ; Transport ; United Kingdom ; Work organization
  • The impact of industrial decentralization on the gendered journey to work, 1900-1940
  • Canada ; Division of labour ; Employment ; Gender difference ; Historical geography ; Industrial decentralization ; Industry ; Journey to work ; Ontario ; Suburbanization ; Toronto
  • to exploit suburban male workers and suburbanization disadvantaged women.
  • Home, work, and locality: the case of Thorold, Ontario
  • Canada ; Commuting ; Division of labour ; Industrial city ; Journey to work ; Local economy ; Locality ; Ontario ; Residential location ; Social network ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Workplace
  • The study seeks to connect current interpretations of the home-work nexus with locality research. It explores the proposition that relations between home and work, conceptualized as the outcome of broad social and economic processes, are modified
  • by local structures to produce diverse and locally specific outcomes. Thorold has four distinctive neighborhoods. Some important differences between home and work patterns are described among them.
  • Is the journey to work explained by urban structure?
  • California ; Centrality ; Commuting ; Distance travelled ; Housing cost ; Journey to work ; Los Angeles ; Residential location ; United States ; Urban economy ; Urban structure ; Workplace
  • Gender differences in the journey to work
  • Commuting ; Distance travelled ; Gender difference ; Journey to work ; Labour market ; Research ; Residential location ; Urban area ; Woman ; Workplace
  • Determinants of journeys to work in Central London, 1954-93
  • Agglomeration ; Business district ; Commuting ; Econometric model ; Employment ; England ; Journey to work ; London ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy ; Urban transport
  • Modalities of the new middle class : ideology and behaviour in the journey to work from gentrified neighbourhoods in Canada
  • Behaviour ; Canada ; Commuting ; Form of transport ; Gentrification ; Ideology ; Journey to work ; Middle class ; Montréal ; Toronto ; Urban district ; Urban transport ; Vancouver
  • Journey-to-work patterns in the age of sprawl : evidence from two midsize southern metropolitan areas
  • Alabama ; Birmingham ; Commuting ; Journey to work ; Residential location ; United States of America ; Urban density ; Urban development ; Urban sprawl ; Urban transport
  • Disaggregate journey-to-work data : implications for excess commuting and jobs-housing balance
  • Commuting ; Economic sector ; Employment ; Flow ; Journey to work ; Matrix analysis ; Model ; Residential location ; United States of America ; Workplace
  • Replication/prediction problems in the journey to work
  • Commuting ; Decision ; Forecast ; Gravity model ; Journey to work ; Matrix analysis ; Model ; Origin-destination ; Probability ; Transport ; Utility fonction