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1Acutt, M.Z. and Dodgson, J.S.1994Multi-modal national traffic forecasts22nd European Transport Forum (The PTRC Summer Annual Meeting), Proceedings of Seminar G, Transportation Planning Methodsvol. I, pp.275-286 
2Andrikopoulos, A.A. and Brox, J.A.1990Canadian inter-city passenger transportation: A simultaneous equation approachInternational Journal of Transport Economicsvol.27, no.3, pp.309-328 
3Australian Railway Research and Development Organisation1982 The Use of Demand Elasticities in Rail PlanningARRDO Report no.82/2ARRDO, Melbourne.
4Australian Railway Research and Development Organisation1986 Long-Distance Travel: Modelling Experience in AustraliaARRDO Background Paper no.33unpublished, ARRDO, Melbourne.
5Axhausen, K.W. and Polak, J.W.1991Choice of parking: Stated preference approachTransportationvol.18, no.1, pp.59-81 
6Bacon, R.W.1993A model of travelling to shop with congestion costsJournal of Transport Economics and Policyvol.27, no.3, pp.277-289 
7Banister, D., Cullen, I. And Mackett, R.1991The impacts of land use on travel demandLonger Term Issues in Transport, Rickard J.H. and Larkinson, J. (eds)Chapter 5, pp.83-121Averbury, Aldershot
8Ben-Akiva, M. and Morikawa, T.1990Estimation of travel demand models from multiple data sourcesTransport and Traffic Theory. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, Koshi, M. (ed)pp.461-476 
9Berechman, J.1993 Public Transit Economics and Deregulation Policy Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam
10Bhat, C.R.1995A heteroscedastic extreme value model of intercity travel mode choiceTransportation Research Bvol.29B, no.6, pp.471-483 
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