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Forecasting Urban Travel: Past, Present and Future

Forecasting Urban Travel: Past, Present and Future presents in a non-mathematical way the evolution of methods, models and theories underpinning travel forecasts and policy analysis, from the early urban transportation studies of the 1950s to current applications throughout the urbanized world. From original documents, correspondence and interviews, especially from the United States and the United Kingdom, the authors seek to capture the spirit and problems faced in different eras, as changing information requirements, computing technology and planning objectives conditioned the nature of forecasts. Learn more >>

To celebrate the publication of this important book, the Transportation Center, in conjunction with the Transportation Library hosted a special symposium and book launch event at the Northwestern University Library on October 22, 2015. Remarks were given by the authors, David Boyce and Huw Williams, as well as several special guests.

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David Boyce and Huw Williams
Anna Nagurney
Ram M. Pendyala (coming soon!)
Kermit Wies

Click here to learn more about Forecasting Urban Travel: Past, Present and Future and order a copy of the book.
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