1975 volume 7(6) pages 689 – 702
doi:10.1068/a070689

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Williams H C W L, Sanderson I R, Senior M L, 1975, "The design and evaluation of an urban park-and-ride system: some methodological issues" Environment and Planning A 7(6) 689 – 702

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The design and evaluation of an urban park-and-ride system: some methodological issues

H C W L Williams, I R Sanderson, M L Senior

Received 24 September 1974, in revised form 5 May 1975

Abstract. This paper presents a summary of findings on the design and evaluation of an urban park-and-ride system. Three main aspects are presented: the construction of mixed-mode demand models; the calculation of user benefits; and the consideration of optimization procedures for the design process. The problems of determining the optimal number, location, parking charges, and sizes of car parks are considered. Discussion is appropriate to car - bus and car - rail interchange.

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