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How to incorporate the spatial dimension in destination choice models: The case of Antwerpen

Bibliographic reference Thomas, Isabelle ; Hammadou, Hakim ; Verhetsel, Ann ; Witlox, Frank. How to incorporate the spatial dimension in destination choice models: The case of Antwerpen. In: Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 31, no. 2, p. 153-181 (2008)
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