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Comparing Canadian New Urbanist and Conventional Suburban Neighbourhoods (Updated)
This study explores travel and social behaviour differences between selected new urbanist and conventional suburban neighbourhoods in Canada. The four new urbanist developments selected for this study were: Bois Franc in Montréal, Cornell in Markham, Garrison Woods and McKenzie Towne in Calgary. The updated text describes the data analysis and results on the influence of self-selection bias on the travel behaviour of the households from the original study.
Comparaison de quartiers canadiens reflétant les principes du nouvel urbanisme avec des banlieues traditionnelles (nouvelle version)
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