Application of the Expanded Theory of Planned Behavior in Intercity Travel Behavior

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Jing Peng; Juan Zhi-cai; Gao Lin-jie;

Congestion in intercity corridors of metropolitan area has been increasing steadily. To alleviate congestion, many major investment projects, such as the high speed railway projects, were proposed by agency. To evaluate the adequacy and efficiency of these projects, the... View more
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