Author Archives: Erick Guerra

Plotting SEPTA NTD time series data

This lab uses the National Transit Database to plot some SEPTA transit data. This uses an updated database that differs from the previous NTD lab in several important ways: (1) This dataset adds the years 2014 through 2017. (2) The … Continue reading

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REIMAGINING THE PUBLIC REALM IN QUERÉTARO, MÉXICO

2018 UPenn Planning Studio Book

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¿La forma de las ciudades mexicanas define los patrones de movilidad urbana?

¿La forma de las ciudades mexicanas define los patrones de movilidad urbana?

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Radio Times show on vehicle automation

https://whyy.org/episodes/hands-off-self-driving-future/

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Grupo Milenio forum on transportation and planning in Mexico City

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2018 Transit Trends

http://www.trapezegroup.com/blog-entry/2018-transit-trends-from-around-the-globe-north-america

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Where do bike lanes work best? A Bayesian spatial model of bicycle lanes and bicycle crashes

This link should work for 50 days: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1WBX23IVV9Z7m9  

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Working with the Philadelphia Region Household Travel Survey

The purpose of this lab is to learn to work with the Philadelphia region 2012 household travel survey. You will learn how to upload data into R, summarize information from the data, combine datasheets, and examine subsets of the data. … Continue reading

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Transit user perceptions of driverless buses

PhD student Xiaoxia (Summer) Dong presents our paper with Matt DiScenna on Transit user perceptions of driverless buses at the 2017 PA Automated Vehicle Summit in State College, PA. The paper reports the results of a stated preference survey of regular transit … Continue reading

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Getting start with American Factfinder

This lab provides some tips for using American Factfinder to complete a neighborhood analysis over time in Philadelphia. First, you will need to identify the location of your neighborhood and identify the appropriate Census Tracts in 2000 and 2010. Note … Continue reading

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