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Traditional neighborhood development trip generation

Any quick and simple comparisons out there between TND and standard sprawl trip generation rates, vmt and trip length? We're looking at relocating 1,800 buildable dispursed rural lots (well water/septic systems)into a reasonably compact 500-acre "new neighborhood" with urban level services located adjacent to a small rural community and state highway corridor. I'm looking for some quantifiable info to argue the point that what we're attempting will have the opportunity to reduce auto reliance, average trip lengths, and trip generation in general. Thanks.