Destinations, diversity and the choice to walk in Singapore and Switzerland

Michael A.B. Van Eggermond & Alexander Erath
The relationship between the built environment and travel behavior is well-documented. However, inferring general conclusions from different studies remains a challenge. Zegras points out to several of these challenges: scales of analysis differ, built environment measures vary, the travel behavior data used varies, control variables employed differ and the ultimate outcomes measured are different. This study contributes to previous work by evaluating the usage of a global points of interest database to calculate destination diversity...
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