NCHRP Report 684: Enhancing Internal Trip Capture Estimation for Mixed-Use Developments
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NCHRP Report 684:
Enhancing Internal Trip Capture Estimation for Mixed-Use Developments
(2011)
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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 684: Enhancing Internal Trip Capture Estimation for Mixed-Use Developments explores an improved methodology to estimate how many internal trips will be generated in mixed-use developmentsâ€"trips for which both the origin and destination are within the development.

The methodology estimates morning and afternoon peakâ€"period trips to and from six specific land use categories: office, retail, restaurant, residential, cinema, and hotel. The research team analyzed existing data from prior surveys and collected new data at three mixed-use development sites. The resulting methodology is incorporated into a spreadsheet model, which is available online for download.

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165 pages | 8.5 x 11
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skim chapter
Front Matter i-x
Summary 1-6
Problem Statement 7-7
Past Research and Practice 8-18
Other Related Findings 19-21
Current Practice 22-24
Summary 25-25
Conclusions 26-27
Chapter 2 - Research Approach 28-29
Mockingbird Station 30-40
Atlantic Station 41-52
Legacy Town Center 53-61
Florida Survey Data 62-62
Country Isles 63-67
Village Commons 68-71
Boca Del Mar 72-77
Internal Trip-Making 78-82
Conclusions 83-86
Proximity Effects 87-89
Procedure for Estimating Internal Capture at a Proposed MXD 90-95
Step 2: Define the Pertinent Site Characteristics 96-96
Step 3: Calculate Single-Use Trip Generation for the Site Components 97-97
Step 4: Estimate the Unconstrained Internal Capture Rates for All Land Use Pairs at the Site 98-98
Step 5: Calculate the Balanced Internal Trips between All Land Use Pairs 99-99
Additional Guidance 100-102
Validation of Estimation Procedure 103-103
Existing Practice 104-104
Suggested Modifications to Existing ITE Procedures 105-105
Lessons Learned 106-106
User Instructions and Cautions 107-107
Request for Additional Data 108-108
References 109-110
Appendix A - Trends In Mixed-Use Development 111-118
Appendix B - Land Use Classification System 119-123
Appendix C - Procedures for Internal Capture Surveys 124-139
Appendix D - Pilot Survey Experiences and Lessons Learned 140-143
Appendix E - Florida Survey Questionnaires 144-147
Appendix F - Validation of Estimation Procedure 148-154
Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications 155-155

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