The future of driving in developing countries
The level of automobility, defined as travel in personal vehicles, is often seen as a function of income: The higher a country's per capita income, the greater the amount of driving. However, levels of automobility vary quite substantially between countries even at similar levels of economic de...
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- Data sources
- Appendix B: Country travel demand experts
- Appendix C: Factor fact sheets and flag-game results
- Appendix D: Estimating the parameters for a Gompertz model of vehicle-kilometers traveled per capita
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 108-113)