Cashout, References for the 10 Studies

1.) Cornell University Office of Transportation Services. 1992. "Summary of Transportation Demand Management Program," Unpublished.

2.) Garcia, Roul. 1993. "TDM at Rockville Center," Urban Land, Nov. 1993, 21-23.

3.) Miller, Gerald K. . 1991. "The Impacts of Parking Prices on Commuter Travel," Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Washington, DC.

4.) Shoup, Donald and Don Pickrell. 1980. "Free Parking as a Transportation Problem," (Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Transportation).

5.) Shoup, Donald 1992. "Cashing Out Employer-Paid Parking," Report No. FTA-CA-11-0035-92-1 (Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Transportation).

6.) Shoup, Donald and Richard W. Willson.. 1992. "Employer-Paid Parking: The Problem and Proposed Solutions," Transportation Quarterly, Vol. 46, No. 2, 169-192.

7.) Surface Transportation Policy Project. 1994. "Employers Manage Transportation: State Farm Insurance Company," Surface Transportation Policy Project, Washington DC.

8.) United States Department of Transportation. 1990. "Proceedings of the Commuter Parking Symposium," USDOT Report No. DOT-T-91-14, Washington, DC.

9.) Williams, Michael E. and Petrait, Kathleen L.. 1994. "U-PASS: A Model Transportation Mangement Program That Works," Transportation Research Record 1404, 73-81.

10.) Willson, Richard W. and Donald C. Shoup. 1990. "Parking Subsidies and Travel Choices: Assessing the Evidence," Transportation, Vol. 17b, 141-157.

11.) Willson, Richard W. 1991. "Estimating the Travel and Parking Demand Effects of Employer-Paid Parking," Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 22 (1992), 133-145.

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