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118 Appendix A: Seattle Tour-Generation and Mode-Choice Models Appendix B: Enhanced Four-Step Process Appendix C: Portland Pedestrian Model Enhancement Appendix D: Baltimore PedContext Model Appendix E: Baltimore MoPeD Model Appendix F: Portland Bicycle Route Choice Model Appendix G: Direct Demand Models Technical Appendix: Model Summaries