This thesis unravels the long-term relationships between transport networks, land use and travel behaviour at a regional scale. It investigates these relationships by applying various methods to an extensive long-term geo-referenced database, in the case of the Greater Randstad Area in the Netherlands. Its findings shed light on the roles of rail and road networks, land use and spatial policies on the development of cities and the travel behaviour of their inhabitants over time.
|Award date||24 May 2017|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|