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Walk the line : station context, corridor type and bus rapid transit walk access in Jinan, ChinaYANG, J; ZEGRAS, P.C; MEHNDIRATTA, S et al.Journal of transport geography. 2012, Vol 20, Num 1, pp 1-14, issn 0966-6923, 14 p.Article

A nationwide comparison of driving distance versus straight-line distance to hospitalsBOSCOE, F.P; HENRY, K.A; ZDEB, M.S et al.The Professional geographer. 2012, Vol 64, Num 2, pp 188-196, issn 0033-0124, 9 p.Article

Determining the location of suitable satellite centres for chronic kidney disease (CKD) treatment within Edo state, NigeriaOVIASU, O.I.GeoJournal. 2014, Vol 79, Num 5, pp 527-538, issn 0343-2521, 12 p.Article

Moving related to separation : who moves and to what distanceMULDER, C.H; MALMBERG, G.Environment & planning A (Print). 2011, Vol 43, Num 11, pp 2589-2607, issn 0308-518X, 19 p.Article

La densité répartie : un instrument de mesure des inégalités géographiques d'accès aux soins : Les territoires de la santéMIZRAHI, A; MIZRAHI, A.MIZRAHI, A; MIZRAHI, A.Villes en parallèle. 2010, Num 44, pp 95-113, issn 0242-2794, 19 p.Article

Are long commute distances inefficient and disorderly ?O'KELLY, M.E; NIEDZIELSKI, A.Environment & planning A (Print). 2009, Vol 41, Num 11, pp 2741-2759, issn 0308-518X, 19 p.Article

Urban form and commuting efficiency : a comparative analysis across time and spaceCHOWDHURY, T.A; SCOTT, D.M; KANAROGLOU, P.S et al.Urban studies (Harlow). 2013, Vol 50, Num 1, pp 191-207, issn 0042-0980, 17 p.Article

Convergence or divergence ? Changing gender differences in commuting in two Swedish urban regionsSOLÁ, G; VILHELMSON, B.Cybergeo. 2012, Num 591, pp 1-14, issn 1278-3366, 14 p.Article

Testing the ‘residential rootedness’ hypothesis of self-employment for Germany and the UKREUSCHKE, D; VAN HAM, M.Environment & planning A (Print). 2013, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 1219-1239, issn 0308-518X, 21 p.Article

The impact of distance to nearest education institution on the post-compulsory education participation decisionDICKERSON, A; MCINTOSH, S.Urban studies (Harlow). 2013, Vol 50, Num 4, pp 742-758, issn 0042-0980, 17 p.Article

The influence of school choice policy on active school commuting : a case study of a middle-sized school district in OregonYANG, Y; ABBOTT, S; SCHLOSSBERG, M et al.Environment & planning A (Print). 2012, Vol 44, Num 8, pp 1856-1874, issn 0308-518X, 19 p.Article

How migration motives change over migration distance : evidence on variation across socio-economic and demographic groupsNIEDOMYSL, T.Regional studies. 2011, Vol 45, Num 6, pp 843-855, issn 0034-3404, 13 p.Article

By foot, bus or car : children’s school travel and school choice policyWILSON, E.J; MARSHALL, J; WILSON, R et al.Environment & planning A (Print). 2010, Vol 42, Num 9, pp 2168-2185, issn 0308-518X, 18 p.Article

The built environment and motor vehicle ownership and use : evidence from Santiago de ChileZEGRAS, C.Urban studies (Harlow). 2010, Vol 47, Num 8, pp 1793-1817, issn 0042-0980, 25 p.Article

Patrones espaciales en las elecciones locales del 2007 en Bogotá, Colombia = Les modèles spatiaux des élections locales de 2007 à Bogotá, ColombieJÁCOME, J.Cuadernos de geografía. 2013, Vol 22, Num 1, pp 141-168, issn 0121-215X, 28 p.Article

Do changes in GDP influence commuting distances ? a study of Swedish commuting patterns between 1990 et 2006ÖSTH, J; LINDGREN, L.Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 2012, Vol 103, Num 4, pp 443-456, issn 0040-747X, 14 p.Article

Excess travel in non-professional trips : why look for it miles away ?BOUSSAUW, K; VAN ACKER, V; WITLOX, F et al.Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 2012, Vol 103, Num 1, pp 20-38, issn 0040-747X, 19 p.Article

Examining commuting patterns : results from a journey-to-work model disaggregated by gender and occupationSANG, S; O'KELLY, M; KWAN, M.-P et al.Urban studies (Harlow). 2011, Vol 48, Num 5, pp 891-909, issn 0042-0980, 19 p.Article

How far do low-income parents travel to shop for food ? empirical evidence from two urban neighborhoodsHILLIER, A; CANNUSCIO, C.C; KARPYN, A et al.Urban geography. 2011, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 712-729, issn 0272-3638, 18 p.Article

Infrastructure upgrades and rural–urban connectivity : distance disparities in a tri-national frontier in the AmazonPERZ, S.G; SHENKIN, A; RONDON, X et al.The Professional geographer. 2013, Vol 65, Num 1, pp 103-115, issn 0033-0124, 13 p.Article

Jobs and the single parent. An analysis of accessibility to employment in TorontoPÁEZ, A; FARBER, S; MERCADO, R et al.Urban geography. 2013, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 815-842, issn 0272-3638, 28 p.Article

Telecommuting, household commute and location choiceZHU, P.Urban studies (Harlow). 2013, Vol 50, Num 12, pp 2441-2459, issn 0042-0980, 19 p.Article

Minimum commuting distance as a spatial characteristic in a non-monocentric urban system : the case of Flanders'BOUSSAUW, K; NEUTENS, T; WITLOX, F et al.Papers in regional science (Print). 2011, Vol 90, Num 1, pp 47-65, issn 1056-8190, 19 p.Article

Resorts, second home owners and distance : a case study in northern FinlandKAUPPILA, P.Fennia (Helsinki, 2010). 2010, Vol 188, Num 2, pp 167-178, issn 1798-5617, 12 p.Article

Travel time and distance as relative accessibility in the journey to workNIEDZIELSKI, M.A; BOSCHMANN, E.E.Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 2014, Vol 104, Num 6, pp 1156-1182, issn 0004-5608, 27 p.Article

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