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136 I N N O VAT I O N S I N T R AV E L D E M A N D M O D E L I N G , V O L U M E 2 The empirical analysis in this paper highlights that Carrasco, J., B. Hogan, B. Wellman, and E. J. Miller. 2006. joint activitytravel episodes warrant scrutiny for Collecting Social Network Data to Study Social Activ- enhancing traveldemand models. The MNL model ityTravel Behavior: An Egocentric Approach. Presented at results indicate significant impacts of socioeconomic 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research characteristics of individuals on companion-type choices Board, Washington, D.C. for leisure activities. The impacts of transportation sys- Gliebe, J. P., and F. S. Koppelman. 2002. A Model of Joint tem characteristics and land use patterns on these choices Activity Participation Between Household Members. are not examined for want of data. This is an avenue for Transportation, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 4972. further research. Goulias, K. G., and T. G. Kim. 2005. An Analysis of Activity- Type Classification and Issues Related to the With Whom and For Whom Questions of an Activity Diary. In Progress REFERENCES in Activity-Based Analysis (H. J. P. Timmermans, ed.), Else- vier, Oxford, England. Arentze, T., and H. Timmermans. 2006. Social Networks, Kemperman, A., T. Arentze, and H. J. P. Timmermans. 2006. Social Interactions, and ActivityTravel Behavior: A Social Commitments and ActivityTravel Scheduling Deci- Framework for Microsimulations. Presented at 85th sions. Presented at 85th Annual Meeting of the Trans- Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, portation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Srinivasan, S., and C. R. Bhat. 2006. A Multiple Discrete Con- Axhausen, K. W. 2005. Social Networks and Travel: Some tinuous Model for Independent and Joint Discretionary Hypothesis. In Social Aspects of Sustainable Transport: Activity Participation Decisions. Transportation: Planning, Transatlantic Perspectives (K. Donaghy, S. Poppelreuter, Policy, Research, Practice, Vol. 33, No. 5, pp. 497515. and G. Rudinger, eds.), Ashgate Publishing Limited, United Vovsha, P., E. Peterson, and R. Donnelly. 2003. Explicit Mod- Kingdom. eling of Joint Travel by Household Members: Statistical Carrasco, J., and E. J. Miller. 2006. Exploring the Propensity Evidence and Applied Approach. In Transportation to Perform Social Activities: A Social Networks Approach. Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Presented at 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Board, No. 1831, Transportation Research Board of the Research Board, Washington, D.C. National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 110.