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53 limited response seems to indicate that vehicle availability Table 65. Legacy Town Center development does not consistently influence the amount of internal trip components. making at Atlantic Station. Since most is conveniently walk- Land Use Occupied Development Units able, the personal vehicles are not crucial to move around within Atlantic Station. Residential 1,300 apartments; 60 townhomes Retail 196,264 sq ft Office 310,764 sq ft Legacy Town Center Restaurant 69,318 sq ft Development Characteristics Cinema 27,125 sq ft; 5 screens; 1,019 seats Parking 6,070 parking spaces The third MXD surveyed was Legacy Town Center in Plano, Texas, which is a northern suburb in the DallasFt. Worth area. Plano is located about 20 miles north of downtown Dallas. contain retail, restaurant, office, and/or residential space). Development is almost solid to the south and east. Much of the Residential development consists of owner-occupied town- area north and west of Plano is in active development. homes and rental apartments. There is one major full-service Phase 1 of Legacy Town Center is completely developed. It hotel and one five-screen cinema that shows mainly artistic is a multiple-block, single-development site bounded on all movies. Table 65 contains the development program. Addi- four sides by major roadways. The site is just over 70 acres. It tional phases of Legacy Town Center are being developed to consists of office, retail, restaurant, cinema, hotel, and residen- the north of Legacy Drive. tial land uses. Most retail and restaurant buildings are single Figure 8 illustrates the site plan of Legacy Town Center. The story. Tenants tend to be specialty retail and restaurants rang- site is about 1,600 ft by 2,000 ft. The site is well connected by ing from better fast food to very exclusive. Most office space is streets, with block lengths ranging between 300 and 600 ft. Each in six-to-eight story buildings although a small amount is in land use tends to be concentrated in a section of Legacy Town second and third stories of two mixed-use buildings (which Center--for example, the apartments are in the southeastern Dallas North Tollway Tennyson Parkway Legacy Drive Parkwood Boulevard Source: The Shops at Legacy L.P. Figure 8. Legacy Town Center illustrative site plan.

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54 Source: Texas Transportation Institute Figure 9. Legacy Town Center retail, restaurant, and Source: Texas Transportation Institute cinema buildings along main retail street. Figure 11. Apartment building on south side of central park with office building in background. section, retail and restaurants are mixed but in the north por- tion, and townhomes are in a small portion of the east side. However, the connectivity provides a high degree of linkages region although, again, few are thought by management to live between all blocks and land uses. Almost all blocks have land- within Legacy Town Center. scaped walkways making them attractive to walk along and Access to Legacy Town Center is provided by the Dallas often are shaded. Figures 9 through 11 illustrate the character North Tollway (which extends to downtown Dallas) and State Highway 121 (which extends across the region from northeast of Legacy Town Center. to central Ft. Worth), which is less than 1 mile north of Legacy Legacy Town Center is actually part of a large business park Town Center. Legacy Drive is a regional eastwest arterial. development, which could evolve upon buildout into a major Tennyson Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard are minor arte- suburban activity center. Much of the area is occupied by rials about 5 miles long. free-standing corporate headquarters buildings, but there are Transit service to Legacy Town Center is limited: there is many other types of commercial and residential development one DART bus route (452) that serves Legacy Town Center in close by including hotels, regional shopping centers, and a directional loop along both its north and south boundaries. residential complexes. Service operates between 6 A.M. and 11:30 P.M. Headways are Observed activity demonstrated that Legacy Town Center 30 minutes during peak periods and 60 minutes during off- has become a center of activity in the area, especially after work peak periods. There are multiple stops on both Legacy Drive and in the evenings. Several restaurants were very busy, even and Tennyson Parkway. No use of this route by travelers to and during the week. The developer reported that most Legacy from Legacy Town Center was observed either during survey Town Center residents work within 5 miles of Legacy Town periods or occasional additional observations. The Marriott Center although a few work in Legacy Town Center. Most Hotel offers its patrons free shuttle service to and from desti- Legacy Town Center employees also live in the north Dallas nations in the area. Small shuttle vehicles provide this service. Hotel patrons do use this service. Travel Survey Travel surveys virtually identical to those conducted at Mockingbird Station and Atlantic Station were conducted at Legacy Town Center. Surveys were conducted Tuesday after- noon through Thursday morning, May 2224, 2007. Due to rainy weather, surveys were also conducted on the following Thursday afternoon and Tuesday morning. One addition was employed for this survey: inbound office building interviews were conducted during the morning peak period. Source: Texas Transportation Institute Survey Results Figure 10. Pedestrian-friendly environment in main Table 66 shows the number of exit movements and inter- retail and restaurant area. views during the 6:3010 A.M. morning and 3:007:00 P.M.

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55 Table 66. Peak-period interviews, exit movements, and percent interviewed--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period Land Use 1 Exit Percent Exit Percent Interviews Interviews1 Movements Interviewed Movements Interviewed Office 9 77 12% 80 362 22% Retail 24 91 26% 59 595 12% Restaurant 99 453 22% 74 913 11% Residential 146 628 23% 80 592 19% 2 Cinema -- -- -- 48 108 49% Hotel 49 181 27% 50 299 17% Total 327 1,430 23% 391 2,869 16% 1 Number of interviews conducted with travelers exiting doors of a particular land use that contained at least one usable trip. 2 Cinema not open during morning peak period. afternoon peak periods. Due to the size of Legacy Town Cen- buildings for which no interviews were conducted). In all, ter and number of buildings and businesses, interviews could usable trips constituted 18% of the morning people exiting not be conducted at all buildings and businesses. Samples of surveyed buildings and 14% in the afternoon. The minimum each land use were selected based on discussions with the sample rate for the morning was 12% and afternoon was 8%. developer and property managers--for example, two of the Table 68 shows a summary of completed interviews, exiting three office buildings were surveyed and six of the eight major people, and usable trips derived from the interviews. Table 67 block faces of retail were surveyed. One furniture store shows the total of the reported trips as usable trips, if they declined to be included in the survey. were made during one of the two peak periods. Unusable trips Overall, 23% of people exiting surveyed buildings were included inbound trips that occurred outside the peak periods interviewed during the A.M. peak and 16% for the P.M. peak. or trips for which the respondent was unable or unwilling to No land use interview rate was less than 10%. The cinema was provide enough complete information to make the inbound closed during the A.M. peak as were almost all non-convenience trip usable. Finally, some otherwise complete interviews were retail businesses and most restaurants. The only restaurants not usable because the inbound trip reported was not actually open were a specialty coffee shop and a bakery/coffee/light the immediately previous trip; many of those trips were made breakfast restaurant. outside the peak periods. First trips of the day from the onsite Table 67 shows the number of usable trips derived from apartments did not have a previous trip that day. the interviews. These are compared with the counted exit The interviews reported in Table 68 differ slightly from movements during the interview periods (including some interviews reported in prior tables because the interviews Table 67. Peak-period usable trips, exit movements, and percent usable--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period Land Use Usable Exit Percent Usable Exit Percent Trips1 Movements Usable Trips1 Movements Usable Office 9 73 12% 74 362 20% Retail 25 108 23% 62 595 10% Restaurant 100 551 18% 77 913 8% Residential 148 710 21% 96 592 16% Cinema2 -- -- -- 49 108 45% Hotel 54 400 14% 50 299 17% Total 336 1,842 18% 408 2,869 14% 1 Must include specific origin location, location of destination, and land use of destination if internal; the total includes total reported outbound and inbound trips made this period. 2 Cinema not open during morning peak period.

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56 Table 68. Peak-period interviews, exit movements, percent interviewed, and usable trips--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period Land Use 2 Exit Percent Usable 2 Exit Percent Usable Interviews Interviews Movements Interviewed Trips3 Movements Interviewed Trips3 Office 9 73a 12% 9 80 312b 26% 74 c Retail 24 108 22% 25 59 536 11% 62 Restaurant 99 551 18% 100 74 913 8% 77 Residential 146 710 21% 148 80 592 14% 96 Cinema1 -- -- -- -- 48 108 44% 49 Hotel 49 400 12% 54 50 299 17% 50 Total 327 1,842 18% 336 391 2,760 14% 408 1 No interviews attempted at cinema during the morning peak period since cinema was closed. 2 Number of interviews conducted with travelers exiting doors of a particular land use that contained at least one usable trip. 3 Must include specific origin location, location of destination, and land use of destination if internal; the total includes total reported outbound and inbound trips made this period. a Excludes 4 movements counted at establishments where no or too few interviews were completed for valid sample. b Excludes 50 movements counted at establishments where no or too few interviews were completed for valid sample. c Excludes 59 movements counted at establishments where no or too few interviews were completed for valid sample. reported in Table 66 are associated with the land use for which counts and interviews were not conducted. These locations an exit trip is reported, whereas previous tables reported where were judged by the researchers to be represented by similar the interview occurred. A.M. interviews were completed at establishments that were surveyed except one case in which the the open retail outlets--in this case, a convenience retail store proprietor declined to permit any interviewing. That location and a dry cleaner--throughout the morning peak period. A was included in the proration by square footage. Legacy Town United Parcel Service (UPS) store opened at 9 A.M. Center had no direct internal access to parking garages where Table 69 shows the number of trips exiting Legacy Town the interviewers could not intercept exiting people. Hence, Center establishments that had exit trips described in inter- unlike Mockingbird Station and Atlantic Station, Legacy Town views. This table also shows the number of persons counted Center trip characteristics are based entirely on the exit inter- exiting at locations where interviews were conducted plus the views. Legacy Town Center also has far more separate estab- prorated number estimated to have exited at locations where lishments than either of the other two developments surveyed Table 69. Morning peak-period surveyed trips, exit movements, and percent surveyed--Legacy Town Center. Exit Movements Surveyed Percent Land Use Unsurveyed Garage Trips2 Doors Total Surveyed5 Locations3 Direct4 Office 9 77 21 -- 98 9% Retail 25 108 -- -- 108 21% Restaurant 100 551 -- -- 551 18% Residential 148 710 953 -- 1,663 9% Cinema1 -- -- -- -- -- -- Hotel 54 400 -- -- 400 14% Total 336 1,846 974 -- 2,820 12% 1 Cinema did not actively generate trips during the morning peak period. 2 Number of usable trip origins at each land use recorded from traveler interviews. 3 Includes locations where no interviews were attempted (prorated by sq ft) and locations where door counts were made but no usable trip origins were recorded on interviews. 4 Person-trips observed exiting onsite parking garages, assumed to be traveling directly to an external location. 5 Includes those trips described in usable interviews or direct exits from a parking garage to the external street system.

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57 Table 70. Afternoon peak-period surveyed trips, exit movements, and percent surveyed--Legacy Town Center. Exit Movements Surveyed Percent Land Use Unsurveyed Garage Trips2 Doors Total Surveyed5 Locations3 Direct4 Office 74 362 155 -- 517 14% Retail 62 595 266 -- 861 7% Restaurant 77 913 491 -- 1,404 5% Residential 96 592 794 -- 1,386 7% 1 Cinema 49 108 -- -- 108 45% Hotel 50 299 -- -- 299 17% Total 408 2,869 1,706 -- 4,575 9% 1 Cinema did not actively generate trips during the morning peak period. 2 Number of usable trip origins at each land use recorded from traveler interviews. 3 Includes locations where no interviews were attempted (prorated by sq ft) and locations where door counts were made but no usable trip origins were recorded on interviews. 4 Person-trips observed exiting onsite parking garages, assumed to be traveling directly to an external location. 5 Includes those trips described in usable interviews or direct exits from a parking garage to the external street system. in the pilot surveys, so a smaller portion of the establishments resent about 18% of the trips and the balance was assumed to could be surveyed with the available resources. Approximately all be external. For the evening peak period, about 38% of the 2 /3 of all trips were covered by direct interview sampling; the entering trips are represented by interviews and the remain- other 1/3 was included by proration. For the morning peak ing 62% considered all external. period, approximately 12% of all exiting trips are represented Table 72 shows results from the morning cordon count. by surveyed trips. As might be expected for a suburban development with lim- Table 70 displays similar information for the P.M. peak ited transit service, almost all trips to and from Legacy Town period. There were about 60% more exiting trips in the P.M. Center were by motor vehicle. Transit, shuttle, walking, and peak period than during the A.M. peak period. The interviewed bicycling combined accounted for about 4 to 6% of the A.M. trips represent a sample of approximately 9% of all exiting trips. and P.M. peak person trips. Almost none were by bicycle or Table 71 shows for each peak period the sources of enter- public transit although some were by hotel shuttle van. Per- ing trip information for trips entering Legacy Town Center sonal vehicle occupancy rates were about 1.07 inbound and establishments. For the morning peak period, interviews rep- 1.12 outbound for the A.M. peak period. Table 71. Peak-period person-trips entering land uses--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period Land Use 2 Garage Transit 5 2 Garage Transit Survey Balance Total Survey Balance5 Total Direct3 Direct4 Direct3 Direct4 Office 121 -- -- 476 597 89 -- -- 7 96 Retail 30 -- -- 89 119 316 -- -- 507 823 Restaurant 156 -- -- 437 593 787 -- -- 1,217 2,004 Residential 79 -- -- 593 672 592 -- -- 924 1,516 1 Cinema -- -- -- -- -- 71 -- -- 150 221 Hotel 6 -- -- 181 187 115 -- -- 200 315 Total 392 -- -- 1,776 2,168 1,970 -- -- 3,005 4,975 1 Cinema did not actively generate trips during the morning peak period. 2 Trip destinations recorded from exit interviews, expanded as described. 3 Person-trips observed entering onsite parking garages, assumed to be traveling directly from an external location. 4 Trips entering onsite land uses from external locations recorded on transit interviews. 5 Balance of person-trips entering onsite land uses; assumed to originate externally.

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58 Table 72. Morning peak-period and peak-hour person-trip cordon count-- Legacy Town Center. Peak Period (7:00 A.M.10:00 A.M.) Peak Hour (7:30 A.M.8:30 A.M.) Travel Mode Trips Percent Trips Percent Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Entering Exiting 1 Personal Vehicle 1,767 1,745 93% 91% 770 725 94% 93% Motorcycle 0 1 0% <1% 0 0 0% 0% Delivery Vehicle 77 66 4% 3% 17 12 2% 2% Transit2 15 76 1% 4% 11 29 1% 4% Walk 49 31 3% 2% 21 13 3% 2% Bicycle 0 0 0% 0% 0 0 0% 0% Total All Modes 1,908 1,919 100% 100% 819 779 100% 100% 1 Personal vehicle occupancies (entering/exiting): 1.07/1.12. 2 Transit trips include bus and hotel shuttle. Table 73 shows similar data for the P.M. peak period. As with use are not included to remain consistent with the trip gen- the A.M. peak period, the P.M. shows that nearly all trips to and eration methodology used by the ITE. from Legacy Town Center are by personal vehicle. Transit, As might be expected, the highest A.M. internal capture bicycle, and walk modes in total compose a slightly lower per- rates are for retail (largely convenience). Office, residential, centage of trips in the P.M. than the A.M.. Vehicle occupancies and hotel generated the lowest percentages of internal trips. were significantly higher during the P.M. peak period, possibly Residential trips to internal destinations were primarily to due to the increased percentages of trips to and from retail, convenience retail or the coffee shop. During the P.M. peak restaurants, and entertainment businesses that are open dur- period, interaction between retail, restaurant, cinema, and ing the P.M. peak period but not during the A.M. peak period. hotel was demonstrated. Many onsite residents also traveled Table 74 shows the A.M. and P.M. peak-period internal trip to these destinations. P.M. internal trip capture percentages capture percentages as reported in the interviews. The A.M. were consistent for most land uses with between 30% and peak-period internal capture was about 15% for entering trips 43%. Although there were few trips destined for the office and 11% for exiting trips. During the P.M. peak period, the buildings, a high percentage were from internal origins; how- internal capture percentages were higher at 33% for entering ever, very few of those leaving office space at Legacy Town trips and 37% for exiting trips. These summaries include only Center made trips to other onsite destinations. Trips leaving trips between different land uses; trips between the same land retail also had a high percentage of internal capture, with Table 73. Afternoon peak-period and peak-hour person-trip cordon count-- Legacy Town Center. Peak Period (4:00 P.M.7:00 P.M.) Peak Hour (5:00 P.M.6:00 P.M.) Travel Mode Trips Percent Trips Percent Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Entering Exiting 1 Personal Vehicle 3,192 2,832 94% 95% 1,107 1,066 93% 95% Motorcycle 5 5 <1% <1% 3 1 <1% <1% Delivery Vehicle 61 57 2% 2% 20 22 2% 2% 2 Transit 39 13 1% <1% 22 6 2% 1% Walk 100 60 3% 2% 35 27 3% 2% Bicycle 0 0 0% 0% 0 0 0% 0% Total All Modes 3,397 2,967 100% 100% 1,187 1,122 100% 100% 1 Personal vehicle occupancies (entering/exiting): peak period 1.23/1.16. 2 Transit trips include bus and hotel shuttle.

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59 Table 74. Peak-period person-trips and percent internal trip capture by land use--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period Land Use Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Percent Percent Percent Percent Trips Trips Trips Trips Internal Internal Internal Internal Office 560 15% 61 8% 90 93% 511 3% Retail 119 25% 109 37% 728 30% 766 61% Restaurant 593 26% 550 16% 1,833 33% 1,233 39% Residential 631 6% 1,622 9% 1,352 32% 1,222 34% 1 Cinema -- -- -- -- 221 32% 108 43% Hotel 187 3% 400 9% 315 36% 299 38% Total All Trips 2,090 15% 2,742 11% 4,539 33% 4,139 37% 1 Cinema not open during morning peak period. leisure shoppers remaining for dinner or a movie or going This reflects what is expected for an area that has significant home to their residence onsite. amounts of synergy between complementary land uses. Table 75 shows the percentages of internal capture by land Table 77 shows the internal trip capture percentages for use for exiting A.M. peak period trips--that is, trips leaving entering trips by interchange between land uses. These per- those land uses. These percentages are based on the inter- centages are shown as the percentage of total entering trips views. This table shows the degree of interaction between the from individual land uses in Legacy Town Center. This table various land uses. The greatest synergies during the A.M. peak is for trips entering the various Legacy Town Center land uses. period are from retail (i.e., convenience retail) to office and Internal capture percentages are highest entering retail (i.e., residential. As with Mockingbird Station and Atlantic Sta- convenience retail) and restaurant from onsite residential. tion, there is some interchange from restaurant (i.e., the cof- Table 78 shows P.M. peak-period trip capture percentages fee shop) to office, although at Legacy Town Center the spe- for entering trips by interchange between land uses. With a cialty coffee shop is most of the way across the development higher total internal capture, the P.M. peak period also exhibits from the major office buildings. higher percentages of internal trips on individual interchanges Table 76 shows similar data for the P.M. peak period. Exiting with other land uses. The highest percentage of internal trip trips destined to other internal destinations are most frequent capture for entering trips was observed for trips entering from retail to restaurant and residential; from restaurant to res- office buildings from onsite residential and restaurant; how- idential; and from residential, cinema, and hotel to restaurant. ever, inbound trips to office are very small in total numbers. Table 75. Percent distribution of internal trip destinations for exiting trips-- Legacy Town Center, morning peak period. Destination Land Use Summary Origin Land Use Total Office Retail Restaurant Residential Cinema2 Hotel Internal External Total Trips Office --1 0 8 0 -- 0 8 92 100 61 Retail 17 --1 6 14 -- 0 37 63 100 109 Restaurant 9 2 --1 4 -- 1 16 84 100 550 1 Residential 1 1 7 -- -- 0 9 91 100 1,622 Cinema2 -- -- -- -- --1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 Hotel 0 0 9 0 -- -- 9 91 100 400 All Origins 3 1 6 1 -- 0 11 89 100 2,742 1 Internal trips within a land use are not included in internal trip capture methodology. 2 Cinema not open during morning peak period.

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60 Table 76. Percent distribution of internal trip destinations for exiting trips-- Legacy Town Center, afternoon peak period. Destination Land Use Summary Origin Land Use Total Office Retail Restaurant Residential Cinema Hotel Internal External Total Trips Office --1 0 1 2 0 0 3 97 100 511 Retail 1 --1 29 26 0 5 61 39 100 766 1 Restaurant 2 10 -- 18 6 3 39 61 100 1,233 1 Residential 4 6 21 -- 0 3 34 66 100 1,222 1 Cinema 0 8 31 2 -- 2 43 57 100 108 Hotel 0 5 33 0 0 --1 38 62 100 299 All Origins 2 5 15 10 2 3 37 63 100 4,139 1 Internal trips within a land use are not included in internal trip capture methodology. Table 77. Percent distribution of internal trip origins for entering trips-- Legacy Town Center, morning peak period. Origin Land Use Summary Destination Land Use 2 Total Office Retail Restaurant Residential Cinema Hotel Internal External Total Trips Office --1 3 9 3 -- 0 15 85 100 560 1 Retail 0 -- 8 17 -- 0 25 74 100 119 1 Restaurant 1 1 -- 18 -- 6 26 74 100 593 Residential 0 2 4 --1 -- 0 6 94 100 631 2 1 Cinema -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 Hotel 0 0 3 0 -- -- 3 97 100 187 All Destinations 0 2 4 7 -- 2 15 85 100 2,090 1 Internal trips within a land use are not included in internal trip capture methodology. 2 Cinema not open during morning peak period. Table 78. Percent distribution of internal trip origins for entering trips-- Legacy Town Center, afternoon peak period. Origin Land Use Summary Destination Land Use Total Office Retail Restaurant Residential Cinema Hotel Internal External Total Trips Office --1 6 30 57 0 0 93 7 100 90 1 Retail 0 -- 17 10 1 2 30 70 100 728 1 Restaurant 0 12 -- 14 2 5 33 67 100 1,833 1 Residential 1 15 16 -- 0 0 32 68 100 1,352 Cinema 0 0 32 0 --1 0 32 68 100 221 1 Hotel 0 13 10 12 1 -- 36 64 100 315 All Destinations 0 10 10 9 1 3 33 67 100 4,539 1 Internal trips within a land use are not included in internal trip capture methodology.

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61 Table 79. Peak-period person trips and percent internal trip capture by mode of travel--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period Afternoon Peak Period1 Mode of Travel Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Percent Percent Percent Percent Trips Trips Trips Trips Internal Internal Internal Internal Vehicle Driver 1,968 10% 2,337 8% 3,569 16% 2,875 20% Vehicle Passenger 6 100% 102 6% 20 100% 177 11% Taxi/Car Service 0 0% 15 0% 0 0% 16 0% Transit (Bus) 0 0% 16 0% 0 0% 0 0% Transit (Hotel Shuttle) 0 0% 140 0% 5 100% 5 100% Walk/Bicycle 118 100% 136 87% 943 100% 1,069 89% 1 Travel mode not reported for 2 entering trips and 7 exiting trips. More significant were trips entering the cinema and retail from reported mode of access; a few travelers reported mode of restaurants; trips entering restaurants from residential and access to the area rather than to Legacy Town Center. During retail; trips entering residential from retail and restaurants; the A.M. peak period, nearly all trips were made by people who and trips entering the hotel from retail, restaurants, and res- arrived at Legacy Town Center as a personal vehicle driver. idential. Inbound trips to restaurant and residential make up During the P.M. peak period, there are more trips made by the great majority of the total inbound trips to Legacy Town people who used modes of access other than driving. Of those Center land uses. nondrivers (who presumably did not have a vehicle available Table 79 shows the percentages of internal trip capture by to drive the next trip unless they were onsite residents), virtu- mode of travel for each entering and exiting trip. This table ally all of the trips entering Legacy Town Center land uses were shows data for trips for which mode of travel was reported. internal trips. However, for trips exiting the Legacy Town Unlike Mockingbird Station where there were almost no inter- Center land uses, about 25% of the original vehicle passen- nal driving trips, Legacy Town Center has 8% to 10% of per- gers were going to other internal land uses and about 50% of sonal driving trips that are internal in the A.M. peak period and the taxi/car service passengers were destined internally; this 16% to 20% in the P.M. peak period. By contrast, all inbound compares with 31% for people who originally arrived onsite and nearly all outbound walk and bike trips remained internal by driving a personal vehicle. to Legacy Town Center. Given the size of the samples and internal trip capture Table 80 shows similar data, but these are for trips made percentages, no conclusion can be drawn from these data by people based on their original mode of access to Legacy as to whether mode of access affects internal capture rates. Town Center. These results are limited to those who correctly Table 81 shows similar data, but this is based on availability Table 80. Peak-period person-trips and percent internal trip capture by mode of access--Legacy Town Center. Morning Peak Period1 Afternoon Peak Period2 Mode of Access Entering Exiting Entering Exiting Percent Percent Percent Percent Trips Trips Trips Trips Internal Internal Internal Internal Vehicle Driver 1,892 6% 670 17% 3,862 22% 2,772 31% Vehicle Passenger 0 0% 11 0% 40 100% 159 25% Taxi/Car Service 0 0% 0 0% 23 100% 45 51% Transit (Bus) 6 100% 6 100% 0 0% 0 0% Transit (Hotel Shuttle) 0 0% 0 0% 5 100% 5 100% Walk/Bicycle 9 100% 9 100% 0 0% 0 0% 1 Access mode not reported for 189 entering trips and 2,052 exiting trips. 2 Access mode not reported for 609 entering trips and 1,158 exiting trips.