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Simple, Inexpensive Approach to Sampling for Pedestrian and Bicycle Surveys
(Transportation Research Board, 2012)
Many transportation planners undertake local surveys for a better understanding of the levels of walking and cycling of residents in their city or town. This paper explores the challenges of designing a robust sampling ...
Cycling, the Built Environment, and Health: Results of a Midwestern Study
(Informa UK Limited, 2014)
Redesigning China’s superblock neighbourhoods: policies, opportunities and challenges
(Informa UK Limited, 2017)
In February 2016, China’s State Council released a set of guidelines representing a change in the country’s approach toward neighbourhood design: to move away from superblock neighbourhoods and create a finer network of ...
Compromised or Savvy? Achievable Norms in Urban Design
(Informa UK Limited, 2013)
Revitalizing Places: Improving Housing and Neighborhoods from Block to Metropolis.
(Harvard University Graduate School of Design., 2016)
Revitalizing Places emphasizes international and Mexican experiences and identifies potential policies, programs, planning approaches, and tools to help implement the far-reaching 2012 Mexican housing and urban development ...
Workplace Neighborhoods, Walking, Physical Activity, Weight Status, and Perceived Health
(Transportation Research Board, 2014)
Recent interest has focused on how the built environment in residential neighborhoods affects walking and other physical activity. The neighborhood around the workplace has been examined far less. This study explored the ...