Commuting and the residential decisions of Chicago and Detroit central business district workers.

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A presentation of a model for explaining and predicting the travel and residential behavior of the urban population. The model is tested using data on work travel obtained from transportation studies of Chicago and Detroit. For the most part, the test results are found to be consistent with the results of the empirical studies. 43 pp.

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