The Following Resources were considered:


Text Books:


Journal Articles:

  • Pas E. I., Sundar, S. (1995), ‘Intrapersonal variability in daily urban travel behavior: some additional evidence.’ Transportation 22(2), pp135-150

  • Wold, M. (1994), ‘Transit and the Environment: no easy fixes?’ Illahee 10(3), pp216-221

  • DeCorla-Souza, P. (1992), ‘The impacts of alternative urban development patterns on highway system performance.’ Public-Roads 56(2), pp72-78

  • Captice, C., Mahmassani, H.S. (1992), ‘Aspects of commuting behavior: preferred arrival time, use of information and switching propensity.' Transportation-Research. Part A: Policy and Practice. 26A(5), pp409-418


  • Internet Sites:

  • The U.S. Census Bureau: The Official Statistics

  • Business Week, 4/17/95 -- TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS-WITHOUT LEAVING THE HOUSE

    Futurist: There's no place like home Technology to accelerate in-house business, leisure The Seattle Times, September 18, 1996, By Polly Lane, Seattle Times business reporter

  • Telecommuting; (Pacific Northwest Telecommuting Advisory Council)

  • NATIONAL TELECOMMUTING ADVISORY COUNCIL- INFO ON TELECOMMUTING ISSUES

  • Telecommuting, Teleworking, and Alternative Officing

  • Teleworking; (Europe and the global information society - Bangemann report

  • Other Telecommuting Links

  • Brent's Page on Residential Location and Telecommuting [Student Project, Geography 498/ Fall l995] (loads slowly in Netscape due to graph)

  • SST is a carpool matching program unlike any existing system in the country. It uses the World Wide Web to allow users to find travel partners for ALL the trips they make during the week, regardless of how variable their schedules might be. It allows users to seek matches for trips at different times, or to different locations on different days. It also allows people to seek matches for more than one trip per day, and for occasional and one-time only trips. When users find matches for the trips they are interested in, the names of those matches are displayed on the screen along with a phone number and an e-mail address. Additionally, SST features an "Automatic E-Mail Generator" which allows the user to instantly send out a trip specific e-mail to each person on the list. SST was designed with the needs of students, faculty and staff in mind, and is available for use exclusively by those affiliated with the UW community.

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