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Submissions from 2016

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Toward sustainable urban mobility: Investigating nonwork travel behavior in a sprawled Canadian city, Shakil Kahn, Hanna Maoh, Chris Lee, and William Anderson

Submissions from 2014

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Direct Ridership Models of Bus Rapid Transit and Metro Systems in Mexico City, Mexico, Nicolae Duduta

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Transit-oriented smart growth can reduce life-cycle environmental impacts and household costs in Los Angeles, Matthew J. Nahlik and Mikhail V. Chester

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Do Residents of Smart Growth Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California, Travel "Smarter"?, Pengyu Zhu, Hongwei Dong, and Cifang Wu

Submissions from 2013

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Light Rail Transit Experience in Madrid, Spain. Effects on population settlement and land use., Francisco J. Calvo, Juan de Oña, Fernando Arán, and Andrew Nash

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Achieving System-Level, Transit-Oriented Jobs-Housing Balance: Perspectives of Twin Cities Developers and Business Leaders, Yingling Fan and Andrew Guthrie

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History and Prospects of the Rail Station, Chris A. Hale

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Station Access on Four Continents, Chris A. Hale

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Planning more for sustainable mobility, Robin Hickman, Peter Hall, and David Bannister

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International comparison of the relationship between urban structure and the service level of urban public transportation—A comprehensive analysis in local cities in Japan, France and Germany, Ryoji Matsunaka, Tetsuharu Oba, Dai Nakagawa, Motoya Nagao, and Justin Nawrocki

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On Joint Railway and Housing Development Strategy, Xiaosu Ma and Hong K. Lo

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Bus Rapid Transit and Economic Development: Case study of the Eugene-Springfield BRT system., Arthur C. Nelson, Bruce Appleyard, Shyam Kannan, Reid Ewing, Matt Miller, and Dejan Eskic

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Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit in Boston, Massachusetts, Impacts on Sale Prices of Condominiums Along Washington Street, Victoria Perk, Steven Bovino, Martin Catalá, Steven Reader, and Steven Ulloa

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Transforming cities with transit; Transit and Land-use integrtion for sustainable urban development, Hiroaki Suzuki, Robert Cervero, and Kanako Luchi

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Is Smart Growth Associated with Reductions in Carbon Dioxide Emissions?, Xin Wang, Asad Khattak, and Yichi Zhang

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Equity in transport: The distribution of transit access and connectivity among affordable housing units, Timothy F. Welch

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Urban Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Their Link with Urban Form, Transit Accessibility, and Emerging Green Technologies Montral, Quebec, Canada, Case Study, Sayed Amir H. Zahabi, Luis F. Miranda-Moreno, Zachary Patterson, and Philippe Barla

Submissions from 2012

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Understanding neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour, Paulus Teguh Aditjandra, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, and Corinne Mulley

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Rail integrated communities in Tokyo, John Calimente

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Families and transit-oriented development: Creating communities for all, Center for Transit-Oriented Development (CTOD) and Center for Cities & Schools (CC&S)

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Financing transportation with land value taxes: Effects on development intensity, Jason R. Junge and David Levinson

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Redistributive effects of bus rapid transit (BRT) on development patterns and property values in Seoul, Korea, Myung-Jin Jun

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Prospering in Place: Linking Jobs, Development, and Transit to Spur Chicago’s Economy, The Center for Neighborhood Technology

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How much can public private partnership really do for urban transport in developing countries?, Christopher Willoughby

Submissions from 2011

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Land Use Planning and its Role in Transforming the Adelaide-Gawler Line into a Transit Corridor of Connected Transit Oriented Developments, Andrew Allan

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Transit and Regional Economic Development, Center for Transit-Oriented Development

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Integrating Land Use with Public Transport: The Use of a Discursive Accessibility Tool to Inform Metropolitan Spatial Planning in Perth, Carey Curtis

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Exploring the role of public transport in agglomeration economies and centres, Rhonda Daniels and Corinne Mulley

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Evolving Futures for Australian and International Passenger Rail, Chris Hale

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New Approaches to Strategic Urban Transport Assessment, Chris A. Hale

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Construction of Transit Metropolis in China: Theory and Practices, Min Huang

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Transit ridership and the built environment, Del Peterson

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Exploration of Transit's Sustainability Competitiveness, Steven Polzin, Steven Reich, and Janet Davis

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Can River Ferries Deliver Smart Growth? Experience of CityCats in Brisbane, Australia, Neil Sipe and Matthew I. Burke

Submissions from 2010

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Economic impact of a supply change in mass transit in urban areas: A Canadian example, Jean Dubé, François Des Rosiers, Marius Thériault, and Patricia Dib

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The Mega-Project as Crux of Integrated Planning: Insights from Munich's Central Corridor, Chris A. Hale

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TOD203: Transit Corridors and TOD, The Center for Transit-Oriented Development

Submissions from 2009

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The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy

Submissions from 2008

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Transit Use at Transit-Oriented Developments in Portland, Oregon, Area, Jennifer Dill

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Residential Property Values and Mass Transit Service in Brisbane, Chris A. Hale

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Four Challenges to Incorporating Transportation Demand Management into the Land Development Process, Sara Jane Hendricks

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Smart growth and transit - oriented development at the state level: Lessons from California, New Jersey, and Western Australia, John L. Renne

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Land-Use Challenges to Implementing Transit-Oriented Development in China: Case Study of Jinan, Shandong Province, Alainna Thomas and Elizabeth Deakin

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Smart Phone Application to Influence Travel Behavior (TRAC-IT Phase 3), Philip L. Winters, Sean J. Barbeau, and Nevine L. Georggi

Submissions from 2006

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ITE Committee Report Summary. Context Sensitive Solutions in Designing Major Urban Thoroughfares for Walkable Communities: An ITE Proposed Recommended Practice, James M. Daisa

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Manifestations of Development Goals in Transit-Oriented Projects, Robert T. Dunphy and Douglas R. Porter

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Coordinating Transportation and Land Use, Christopher D. Porter

Submissions from 2005

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Strategies for an Intra-Urban Circulator System, Victoria Perk, Martin Catala, Joel Volinski, Jennifer Flynn, and Marlo Chavarria

Submissions from 2004

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THE MARKET FOR TRANSPORTATION-LAND USE INTEGRATION: DO DEVELOPERS WANT SMARTER GROWTH THAN REGULATIONS ALLOW?, J Levine and A Inam

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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, SMART GROWTH STUDY, R Shimizu, M DeBacker, D Hubbard, S Stitt, and R Blankenhorn

Submissions from 2003

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TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT IN THE SEATTLE, WA, USA, AREA, D S. Shelton and A K. Lo

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REDUCING THE IMPACTS OF TRANSPORTATION ON GLOBAL WARMING: SUMMARY OF NEW YORK GREENHOUSE GAS TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS, S Winkelman and G Dierkers

Submissions from 2002

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SOCIOECONOMIC, COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING INTEGRATED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS: APPLICATION TO CITY OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, C G. Phillips and H R. Edwards

Submissions from 2000

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SMART GROWTH TOOLS FOR TRANSPORTATION, Brian S. Bochner

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MARYLAND'S SMART GROWTH AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION INITIATIVE, Don Halligan

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TRANSPORTATION--A MAJOR PLAYER IN SMART GROWTH, Ted Mondale

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ADJUSTING COMPUTER MODELING TOOLS TO CAPTURE EFFECTS OF SMART GROWTH: OR "POKING AT THE PROJECT LIKE A LAB RAT", G Walters, R Ewing, and W Schroeer