Travel Plan Quality
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This chapter places a focus on travel plan quality by detailing the findings of the desktop assessment of travel plans. The aim of the chapter is to evaluate the quality of travel plans prepared for new residential developments.
KeywordsAssessment Framework Residential Development Travel Pattern Residential Site Travel Plan
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