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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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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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Moving to access report

Brookings Institution report with Gilles Duranton: Developing a common narrative on urban accessibility: An urban planning perspective

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Beyond Mobility book cover

Sneak peak at the cover of my forthcoming Island Press book with Robert Cervero and Stefan Al: Traditionally, transport planning has sought to enhance mobility. Shifting the focus from movement to accessing destinations leads to an entirely different framework for … Continue reading

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Queretaro Bike Planning Studio

Last fall, I took 8 graduate students to Queretaro, Mexico, for a bicycle planning studio. The final final planning document is available here: CYCLE_QRO_Small A few group images from the trip:

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Consumer preference survey on electric motorcycles in Solo, Indonesia

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Planning for cars that drive themselves

Driverless cars are coming. Nearly all major car manufactures and several large technology firms are racing to develop vehicles that can operate with limited-to-no human interaction. Despite the probability of technological, legal, and political pitfalls along the way, fully autonomous … Continue reading

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