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交通行動の文脈依存性 : ハノイ市における自動二輪車の事例研究
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Linh, Tran Ngoc
NDC
Commerce
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Chapter I: Introduction
1.1 Overview of current situation / p1
 1.1.1 The role of motorcycle in daily life / p1
 1.1.2 Motorcycle usage and its related issues / p2
 1.1.3 Urban development trend / p4
1.2 Problem statement / p5
1.3 Research objectives and scopes / p8
1.4 Outline of the dissertation / p9
References / p13
Chapter II: Literature review
2.1 Introduction / p15
2.2 Context dependencies of travel behavior / p15
2.3 Avoid-Shift-Improve (A-S-I) approach / p17
2.4 Modal shift studies / p20
 2.4.1 From personal motorized vehicle to non-motorized modes / p20
 2.4.2 From personal motorized vehicle to public modes / p21
2.5 Summary / p23
References / p24
Chapter III: Data sources
3.1 Hanoi Person Trip survey data 2005 / p27
 3.1.1 Outline of the survey / p27
 3.1.2 Preliminary results / p27
3.2 One week household travel survey data 2010 / p31
 3.2.1 Introduction / p31
 3.2.2 Trip diary design / p32
 3.2.3 Preliminary results / p34
3.3 Stated Preference (SP) survey data 2005 / p37
 3.3.1 The SP technique / p37
 3.3.2 Outline of the survey / p38
 3.3.3 Preliminary results / p40
Chapter IV: Avoiding/Reducing motorcycle dependence: Analyses focusing on the household context
4.1 Introduction / p43
 4.1.1 Household context and travel behavior / p43
 4.1.2 The scope of this chapter / p47
4.2 Does child need motorcycle? / p48
 4.2.1 Data summary / p48
 4.2.2 Model results and discussion / p53
4.3 Child existence and motorcycle ownership decision / p55
 4.3.1 Introduction / p55
 4.3.2 Motorcycle ownership and trip frequency / p57
 4.3.3 Development of endogenous switching regression model / p59
 4.3.4 Model estimation results and discussion / p62
4.4 Summary / p65
References / p66
Chapter V: Avoiding/Reducing motorcycle dependence: Analyses focusing on the spatial context
5.1 Introduction / p69
 5.1.1 Spatial context and travel behavior / p69
 5.1.2 The scope of this chapter / p73
5.2 Data description and variables specifications / p74
5.3 Residential land use patterns and mode choice behavior / p79
 5.3.1 All home-based non-work trips / p80
 5.3.2 Home-based shopping trips / p82
 5.3.3 Home-based leisure trips / p87
5.4 Measuring the impacts of land use / p89
 5.4.1 Distinguishing different types of land use impacts / p89
 5.4.2 Applying multi-level binary logit model / p92
 5.4.3 Model estimation results / p95
5.5 Trip frequency in different residential location / p102
5.6 Summary and policy discussion / p104
References / p108
Chapter VI: Shifting to the buses: An analysis focusing on the temporal context
6.1 Introduction / p111
 6.1.1 Temporal context and travel behavior / p111
 6.1.2 The scope of this chapter / p114
6.2 Data description and variables specifications / p116
 6.2.1 Motorcycle owners used bus information / p116
 6.2.2 Non- motorcycle owners used motorcycle information / p118
 6.2.3 Variables specifications / p121
6.3 Applying a multi-level binary logit model / p121
6.4 Model estimation results / p124
6.5 Summary and policy discussion / p129
References / p131
Chapter VII: Improving public transportation system: An analysis to capture future mode choice behavior in temporal context
7.1 Introduction / p133
7.2 Analysis of future mode choice behavior / p134
 7.2.1 Model structure / p134
 7.2.2 Model estimations / p136
7.3 Future mode choice by simulation method / p139
7.4 Summary and policy discussion / p143
References / p146
Chapter VIII: Conclusion
8.1 Summary of key results / p149
8.2 Methodological conclusions / p154
8.3 Implications for policy and planning / p155
8.4 Future studies / p157
language
eng
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Thesis or Dissertation
HU type
Doctoral Theses
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grantid
甲第5997号
degreeGrantor
広島大学(Hiroshima University)
degreename Ja
博士(学術)
degreelevel
doctoral
date of granted
2013-03-01
department
Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation