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150 Santa Monica Bicycle and Pedestrian Intersection Volume Models13 A P P E N D I X G Direct Demand Models 13 Fehr & Peers. Santa Monica Pedestrian and Bicycle Forecasting Model Report. City of Santa Monica, CA (2010) Pedestrian Volumes 5 6pm: regression model Significance Coefficient Std. Coefficient Employment Density 1 0 3.217e 3 0.399 PM Bus Frequency2 0.001 3.675 0.294 Neighborhood Shopping District Proximity3 0.002 82.695 0.267 Distance from Ocean 0.043 6.855e 3 0.176 Average Speed Limit Approaches 4 0.123 5.699 0.129 Constant 222.18 R square 0.584 1 â Employment within 1/3 mile of intersecon 2 â Frequency of bus arrivals at stops closest to study intersecons (giving frequently served intersecons a higher rang) 3 â Intersecons within local shopping districts 4 â Average speed limits of streets approaching intersecons Square root of 5 6pm bike volumes: regression model Significance Coefficient Std. Coefficient Employment Density1 (log scale) 0.171 0.120 0.134 Land Use Mix2 0.001 1.632 0.317 Bike Network3 0.000 0.431 0.397 4 leg intersecon4 0.133 0.523 0.123 Constant 1.317 R square 0.401 1 â Employment within 1/3 mile of intersecon 2 Index (unit less score) based on mix of land uses 3 Value based on a composite of proximity to bike routes with higher weighng going to beer classes of bike facilies 4 â Subject intersecon is/is not four way
151 Observed versus Predicted Pedestrian Volumes Observed versus Predicted Bicycle Volumes
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