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32 GASLIGHT COMMONS STATION SQUARE APARTMENT Station Square Gaslight Commons Figure 2.2. Locations of study sites in Philadelphia and Northeast New Jersey: Station Square Apartments and Gaslight Commons. walking, the availability of amenities (e.g., street trees and fur- terms as: average weekday vehicle trips per dwelling unit and niture), lack of provisions (e.g., no pedestrian cross-walks), one-hour AM and PM vehicle trips per dwelling unit. [ITE and the shortest distance between the main entrance of each define average weekday trip rate as the weekday (Monday case-study project and the fare gates of the nearest rail station. through Friday) average vehicle trip generation rate during a 24-hour period. Average rate for the peak hour is the trip generation rate during the highest volume of traffic entering Data Compilation and exiting the site during the AM or PM hours.] Vehicle Collected data were compiled, coded, cleaned, and entered count data obtained in the field were converted to 24-hour into a data base. First, simple descriptive statistics were prepared as well as AM and PM peak-hour rates per dwelling unit for on vehicle trip generation rates, defined in such standard each project. (Since 24-hour counts were obtained for two

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33 Meridian at Braddock Park Lenox Park Apartments Gallery at Virginia Square Quincy Plaza Avalon at Grosvenor Station Figure 2.3. Locations of study sites in metropolitan Washington, D.C.: Avalon; Gallery at Virginia Square; Meridian; Quincy Plaza; Lenox Park.

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34 Quatama Crossing Apartments The Merrick Apartments Collins Circle Apartments Center Commons Gresham Central Apartments Figure 2.4. Locations of study sites in metropolitan Portland, Oregon: Center Commons; Collins Circle; Gresham Central; The Merrick; Quatama Crossing.

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35 Wayside Commons Park Regency Verandas Apartments Montelena Apartments Mission Wells Apartments Figure 2.5. Locations of study sites in San Francisco-Oakland Metropolitan Area: Mission Wells, Montelena, Park Regency, Verandas, Wayside Commons.