The Relationship between Population Density and Commuting Patterns in Bangkok (in English)
This study investigates the relationship between population density and commuting patterns in Bangkok, including direction of commuting, commuting time and mode. The results showed that residents of high density areas were more likely to commute within their residential zone and were more likely to commute by walking than using of private vehicles or public transport as compare to residents of low population density areas. There was not a significant relationship between population density and commuting time. Commuting patterns were differ among demographic, socio-economic and household characteristics of commuters. High status commuters, in term of, education, occupation, household income were more likely to commute an inbound direction in the morning and spent a longer commuting time and they more likely to commute by private vehicles than using of public transport and walking as compare to the low status commuters.
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