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      Combining smart card data and household travel survey to analyze jobs–housing relationships in Beijing

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          Mobile Landscapes: Using Location Data from Cell Phones for Urban Analysis

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            Structure of Urban Movements: Polycentric Activity and Entangled Hierarchical Flows

            The spatial arrangement of urban hubs and centers and how individuals interact with these centers is a crucial problem with many applications ranging from urban planning to epidemiology. We utilize here in an unprecedented manner the large scale, real-time ‘Oyster’ card database of individual person movements in the London subway to reveal the structure and organization of the city. We show that patterns of intraurban movement are strongly heterogeneous in terms of volume, but not in terms of distance travelled, and that there is a polycentric structure composed of large flows organized around a limited number of activity centers. For smaller flows, the pattern of connections becomes richer and more complex and is not strictly hierarchical since it mixes different levels consisting of different orders of magnitude. This new understanding can shed light on the impact of new urban projects on the evolution of the polycentric configuration of a city and the dense structure of its centers and it provides an initial approach to modeling flows in an urban system.
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              Smart card data use in public transit: A literature review

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                Journal
                Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
                Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
                Elsevier BV
                01989715
                September 2015
                September 2015
                : 53
                :
                : 19-35
                Article
                10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2015.02.005
                7e376a47-f1b8-4dbb-8188-6304be3d135c
                © 2015
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