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Volume 40, Number 2, 3 March 2020

Special issue on walking
pp. 131-134(4)
Author: Loukaitou-Sideris, Anastasia

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Persistence of walking in Chile: lessons for urban sustainability
pp. 135-159(25)
Authors: Herrmann-Lunecke, Marie Geraldine; Mora, Rodrigo; Sagaris, Lake

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Exploring the distances people walk to access public transport
pp. 160-182(23)
Authors: van Soest, Dennis; Tight, Miles R.; Rogers, Christopher D. F.

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Urban walkability considering pedestrians’ perceptions of the built environment: a 10-year review and a case study in a medium-sized city in Latin America
pp. 183-203(21)
Authors: Arellana, Julian; Saltarín, María; Larrañaga, Ana Margarita; Alvarez, Vilma; Henao, César Augusto

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Assessing urban sidewalk networks based on three constructs: a synthesis of pedestrian level of service literature
pp. 204-240(37)
Authors: Nag, Dipanjan; Goswami, Arkopal Kishore; Gupta, Ankit; Sen, Joy

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Transport network criticality metrics: a comparative analysis and a guideline for selection
pp. 241-264(24)
Authors: Jafino, Bramka Arga; Kwakkel, Jan; Verbraeck, Alexander

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