A report on an urban transportation model, some progress and some problems.

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A description of progress on a RAND model that is intended as a means for evaluating the general underlying technological and economic changes occurring in the relationship between land use and transportation in today's urban areas. This model consists of a series of statistically estimated sub-models tied together by machine instructions or decision rules prespecified within the model itself, or specified outside the machine for an entire machine run or for each iteration of the model. 26 pp.

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