Modeling gender-based differences in mode choice considering time-use pattern: Analysis of bicycle, public transit, and car use in suzhou, China
ADVANCES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, pp. null-null, 2013.
Activity-travel behavior differs between women and men. Previous researches dealing with gender differences mainly focus on travel in itself rather than the interaction between time-use pattern and travel mode choice. Based on the activity-travel survey data of Suzhou, China, multigroup structural equation modeling is adopted to explore t...More
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