Guidance

WebTAG: land use transport interaction models, January 2014

Provides general introductory principles of land use transport interaction models in transport appraisals.

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TAG land use transport interaction models, January 2014

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Unlike other transport models which require land-use inputs forecast by outside factors, land use transport interaction models generate their own forecasts. These forecasts are dependent:

  • on input land-use policies
  • changes in accessibility brought about by conditions on the transport system

Land use transport interaction models are not commonly used in transport studies or appraisals, where examples exist they are predominantly on a strategic scale.

Published 29 October 2013