|Authors:||Kjersti Visnes Øksenholt, Fredrik Alexander Gregersen|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1867-4|
ROM Eiendom AS administrates large, central areas close to public transport nodes in several Norwegian cities. As part of its work with urban development in and near nodal points, ROM Eiendom needed a knowledge basis examining the effects such developments might have on passenger transport. This report is aimed at transport-related effects of nodal point development in suburbs and cities outside Oslo, but within the InterCity-triangle. The effects are calculated for three different city typologies: Oslo suburbs (data from Lysaker, Sandvika, Asker, Ski and Lillestrom), cities relatively near Oslo (data from Drammen and Moss) and cities further out (data from Fredrikstad, Sarpsborg, Tønsberg and Hamar). The analyses show that nodal point development does have effects, but that these vary.