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108 gathered in a method different than the data-collection Scale of the development; methods described in this report may not be applicable and Complementary land uses, including specific pairs of busi- could produce inaccurate internal capture estimates. ness types; Do not apply the internal capture percentages from this Specific residence types, report to other land uses. Internal capture estimates were Other component characteristics within each land use not developed for land uses beyond the six classifications category; provided herein. The extent of the internal capture for other Proximity and connectivity between each pair of land uses, land use pairs has not been tested as part of this project. especially the layout of the land uses relative to each other; Other characteristics such as proximity to transit and pedes- The results presented in this report are based on surveys trian access within and around the site; and of six MXDs and validation was limited to seven such MXDs. Colder locations that might limit or constrain pedestrian As a result, some members of the project's advisory panel traffic. strongly recommend that additional research, data collec- tion, and validation testing be conducted before the method is Request for Additional Data adopted for use in TIAs. Furthermore, caution should be exer- cised in the application of this methodology--for example, it Users are encouraged to collect and contribute additional cannot be concluded that the methodology will be appropri- data using the data-collection procedures described in this ate for MXDs that differ significantly from those surveyed in report. Such data could be used to further enhance the accuracy this project in terms of of the proposed methodology and/or expand the number of land use classifications covered by the methodology. New data Regional context, including competing opportunities out- should be forwarded to the Institute of Transportation Engi- side the development; neers, 1627 I Street, Suite 610, Washington, D.C. 20006-4007 or Access and parking; by email to ite_staff@ite.org.