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Submissions from 2022

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Transit-oriented development in developing countries: A qualitative meta-synthesis of its policy, planning and implementation challenges, Mohammad Hamed Abdi and Patxi J. Lamíquiz-Daudén

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Quantifying the health benefits of transit-oriented development: Creation and application of the San Diego Public Health Assessment Model (SD-PHAM), Lawrence D. Frank, Eric H. Fox, Jared M. Ulmer, James E. Chapman, and Lindsay M. Braun

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Evaluating the performance of transit-oriented development in Beijing metro station areas: Integrating morphology and demand into the node-place model, Cong Liao and Bronte Scheuer

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The spatio-temporal relationship between land use and population distribution around new intercity railway stations: A case study on the Pearl River Delta region, China, Xijing Li, Mengmeng Zhang, and Jionghua Wang

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Do public transit and agglomeration economies collectively enhance low-skilled job accessibility in Portland, OR?, Seunghoon Oh and Na Chen

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Acceptable walking distance to transit stations in Bangkok, Thailand: Application of a stated preference technique, Rattaphol Pueboobpaphan, Suthatip Pueboobpaphan, and Suthasinee Sukhotra

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Scientometric Analysis and Mapping of Transit-Oriented Development Studies, Zhaohong Sun, Andrew Allan, Xin Zou, and Derek Scrafton

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Unraveling the relative contribution of TOD structural factors to metro ridership: A novel localized modeling approach with implications on spatial planning, Shiliang Su, Chong Zhao, Hao Zhou, Bozhao Li, and Mengjun Kang

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Characterizing metro stations via urban function: Thematic evidence from transit-oriented development (TOD) in Hong Kong, Zidong Yu, Xiaolin Zhu, and Xintao Liu

Submissions from 2021

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What the newcomers to transit-oriented development are confronted with? Evidence from Iranian policy and planning, Mohammad Hamed Abdi

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Understanding Contextual Attractiveness Factors of Transit Orientated Shopping Mall Developments (Tosmds) for Shopping Mall Passengers on the Dubai Metro Red Line, Ayman Abutaleb, Kevin McDougall, Marita Basson, Rumman Hassan, and Muhammad Nateque Mahmood

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Overcoming the barriers to Transit-Oriented Development, Julian Alexander Bolleter, Zoe Myers, and Paula Hooper

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Car ownership and commuting mode of the “original” residents in a high-density city center: A case study in Shanghai, Tao Chen, Haixiao Pan, and Yanbo Ge

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Synergizing Land Value Capture and Transit-Oriented Development: A Study of Bengaluru Metro, Jaya Dhindaw, Sree Kumar Kumaraswamy, Surya Prakash, Radha Chanchani, and Amartya Deb

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Non-linear associations between zonal built environment attributes and transit commuting mode choice accounting for spatial heterogeneity, Chuan Ding, Xinyu Cao, Bin Yu, and Yang Ju

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Evaluating the impacts of transit-oriented developments (TODs) on household transportation expenditures in California, Hongwei Dong

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Transit-oriented development for older adults: A survey of current practices among transit agencies and local governments in the US, Michael Duncan, Kristin Gladwin, Brittany Wood, Yazmin Valdez Torres, and Mark Horner

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Density-oriented public transport corridors: Decoding their influence on BRT ridership at station-level and time-slot in Bogotá, Luis A. Guzman and Santiago Gomez Cardona

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Revisiting Transit-Oriented Development Evaluation for Urban Master Plans in the Context of Developing Countries, Minoo Harirchian, Mahya Azadi, Shahab Kermanshahi, Mahdi Bashirinia, and Milad Ghasri

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Perceptions of neighborhood change in a Latinx transit corridor, Douglas Houston and Michelle E. Zuñiga

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Identifying latent demand for transit-oriented development neighbourhoods: Evidence from a mid-sized urban area in Canada, Yu Huang, Dawn Parker, and Leia Minaker

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Longitudinal macro-analysis of car-use changes resulting from a TOD-type project: The case of Metro do Porto (Portugal), Anna Ibraeva, Bert Van Wee, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, and António Pais Antunes

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The life and death of residential dissonants in transit-oriented development: A discrete time survival analysis, Md. Kamruzzaman, Billie Giles-Corti, Jonas De Vos, Frank Witlox, Farjana Shatu, and Gavin Turrell

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Case comparison of typical transit-oriented-development stations in Tokyo district in the context of sustainability: Spatial visualization analysis based on FAHP and GIS, Lu Ke, Katsunori Furuya, and Shixian Luo

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Building more housing near transit: A spatial analysis of residential densification dynamics, Jae Hong Kim and Xiangyu Li

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The mismatch between strategic planning and sustainable transport: The case of Greater Manchester’s Spatial Framework 2019, Richard D. Knowles

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Relative Mobility Analysis of a Public Transport Network in Comparison with Car Travel, Ronny Kutadinata, Subhrasankha Dey, and Dickson Leow

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Dissonance and commute satisfaction: Which reference point to use?, Tai-Yu Ma, Veronique Van Acker, Sébastien Lord, and Philippe Gerber

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Residents’ choices and preferences regarding transit-oriented housing, Li Meng, Rita Yi Man Li, Michael A.P. Taylor, and Derek Scrafton

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10 Questions to Ask About Planning, Financing and Implementing Transit Oriented Development Strategies, Christopher Moon-Miklaucic, Albert Amos, Prerna Mehta, Luana Priscila Betti, and Henrique Evers

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Grocery store accessibility: Different metrics – Different modal disparity results and spatial patterns, Michał A. Niedzielski

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First-/last-mile experience matters: The influence of the built environment on satisfaction and loyalty among public transit riders, Keunhyun Park, Anna Farb, and Shuolei Chen

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Shopping morphologies of urban transit station areas: A comparative study of central city station catchments in Toronto, San Francisco, and Melbourne, Fujie Rao and Elek Pafka

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Delivering Transit-Oriented Development in lower order centres: the case of Epping town centre, Sydney, Kristian James Ruming and Sharon Fingland

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Bypassing institutional barriers: New types of transit-oriented development in China, Yun Song, Martin de Jong, and Dominic Stead

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A Comparison of Transit-Oriented Development in Sendai, Japan and Adelaide, Australia, Zhaohong Sun, Derek Scrafton, Andrew Allan, and Sekhar Somenahalli

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Transit-oriented development (TOD) typologies around metro station areas in urban China: A comparative analysis of five typical megacities for planning implications, Shiliang Su, Hui Zhang, Miao Wang, Min Weng, and Mengjun Kang

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Exploring the effects of the built environment on commuting mode choice in neighborhoods near public transit stations: evidence from China, Xiaoquan Wang, Chunfu Shao, Chaoying Yin, and Chunjiao Dong

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Elaborating non-linear associations and synergies of subway access and land uses with urban vitality in Shenzhen, Jiawen Yang, Jason Cao, and Yufei Zhou

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Towards Sustainable Mobility with Transit-Oriented Development (TOD): Understanding Greater Kuala Lumpur, Jeffrey Boon Hui Yap, Chia Yee Chua, and Martin Skitmore

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Transit-based accessibility and urban development: An exploratory study of Shenzhen based on big and/or open data, Jiangping Zhou and Yuling Yang

Submissions from 2020

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Enhancing the use of transit in arid regions: Case of Abu Dhabi, Mayada Adnan Almardood and Praveen Maghelal

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Do high income households reduce driving more when living near rail transit?, Marlon G. Boarnet, Raphael W. Bostic, Seva Rodnyansky, Evgeny Burinskiy, Andrew Eisenlohr, Huê-Tâm Jamme, and Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei

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Integrating node-place and trip end models to explore drivers of rail ridership in Flanders, Belgium, Freke Caset, Simon Blainey, Ben Derudder, Kobe Boussauw, and Frank Witlox

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Do people walk more in transit-accessible places?, Yunkyung Choi and Subhrajit Guhathakurta

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Transit oriented development and retail: Is variation in success explained by a gap between theory and practice?, Joanna Ganning and Matthew McKee Miller

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Unraveling the impact of travel time, cost, and transit burdens on commute mode choice for different income and age groups, Jaehyun Ha, Sugie Lee, and Joonho Ko

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Institute of Transportation Engineers Guidelines versus Actual Trip and Parking Generation for a Transit-Oriented Development in an Auto-Oriented Region, Shima Hamidi, Roya Etminani-Ghasrodashti, Sanggyun Kang, and Reid Ewing

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Regional impact of rail network accessibility on residential property price: Modelling spatial heterogeneous capitalisation effects in Hong Kong, Sylvia Y. He

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Ageing in a transit-oriented city: Satisfaction with transport, social inclusion and wellbeing, Sylvia Y. He, John Thøgersen, Yannie H.Y. Cheung, and Alesia H.Y. Yu

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Transit-oriented development: A review of research achievements and challenges, Anna Ibraeva, Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia, Cecília Silva, and António Pais Antunes

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Light rail development with or without gentrification?: Neighborhood perspectives on changing sense of place in Denver, Colorado, Sara L. Jackson and Joshua Buckman

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Impact of Transit-Oriented Development on Residential Property Values around Urban Rail Stations, Yang Jiang, Peiqin Gu, Zhejing Cao, and Yulin Chen

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A multi-decade longitudinal analysis of transportation and land use co-evolution in the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area, Dena Kasraian, Shivani Raghav, and Eric J. Miller

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Transport's historical, contemporary and future role in shaping urban development: Re-evaluating transit oriented development, Richard D. Knowles, Fiona Ferbrache, and Alexandros Nikitas

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Effects of transit-oriented development (TOD) on housing prices: A case study in Wuhan, China, Jianyi Li and Hao Huang

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Spatially varying impacts of built environment factors on rail transit ridership at station level: A case study in Guangzhou, China, Shaoying Li, Dijiang Lyu, Guanping Huang, Xiaohu Zhang, Feng Gao, Yuting Chen, and Xiaoping Liu

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A conceptual framework and implementation tool for land use planning for corridor transit oriented development, Liwen Liu, Ming Zhang, and Tao Xu

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Considering context and dynamics: A classification of transit-orientated development for New York City, Yunzhe Liu, Alex Singleton, and Daniel Arribas-Bel

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How does transit-oriented development contribute to station area accessibility? A study in Beijing, Guowei Lyu, Luca Bertolini, and Karin Pfeffer

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Using propensity score matching technique to address self-selection in transit-oriented development (TOD) areas, Arefeh Nasri, Carlos Carrion, Lei Zhang, and Babak Baghaei

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Impact of new rail transit stations on neighborhood destination choices and income segregation, Isabelle Nilsson and Elizabeth C. Delmelle

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Evaluating sustainability and land use integration of BRT stations via extended node place model, an application on BRT stations of Tehran, Parsa Pezeshknejad, Saeed Monajem, and Hamid Mozafari

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Identification of neighborhood typology for potential transit-oriented development, P. Phani Kumar, Ch. Ravi Sekhar, and Manoranjan Parida

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Transit boundaries: race and the paradox of immobility within mobile systems, Gwendolyn Y. Purifoye

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A typology of the built environment around rail stops in the global transit-oriented city of Seoul, Korea, Daniel A. Rodriguez and Chang-Deok Kang

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Threshold and moderating effects of land use on metro ridership in Shenzhen: Implications for TOD planning, Qifan Shao, Wenjia Zhang, Xinyu Cao, Jiawen Yang, and Jie Yin

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Determinants of transit-oriented development efficiency focusing on an integrated subway, bus and shared-bicycle system: Application of Simar-Wilson's two-stage approach, Reuben Tamakloe, Jungyeol Hong, and Jihoon Tak

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Hope and reality of new towns under greenbelt regulation: The case of self-containment or transit-oriented metropolises of the first-generation new towns in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, South Korea, Thanousorn Vongpraseuth, Eun Yeong Seong, Sungho Shin, Soo Hyun Kim, and Chang Gyu Choi

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Mega-event transport legacy in a developing country: The case of Rio 2016 Olympic Games and its Transolímpica BRT corridor, Y. Yamawaki, Castro Filho, and G. E.G.d. Costa

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Developing metro-based accessibility: Three aspects of China’s Rail+Property practice, Jiawen Yang, Lili Zhu, Yang Duan, Jiangping Zhou, and Hanxi Ma

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Exploring the impact of built environment on car use: does living near urban rail transit matter?, Chaoying Yin, Chunfu Shao, and Xiaoquan Wang

Submissions from 2019

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What is the role of weather, built-environment and accessibility geographical characteristics in influencing travelers’ experience?, Roberto F. Abenoza, Chengxi Liu, Oded Cats, and Yusak O. Susilo

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Do rail transit stations affect housing value changes? The Dallas Fort-Worth metropolitan area case and implications, Saad AlQuhtani and Ardeshir Anjomani

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Understanding the impact of built environment on metro ridership using open source in Shanghai, Dadi An, Xin Tong, Kun Liu, and Edwin H.W. Chan

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How Does Light Rail Transit (LRT) Impact Gentrification? Evidence from Fourteen US Urbanized Areas, Dwayne Marshall Baker and Bumsoo Lee

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Transit Planners’ Transit-Oriented Development-Related Practices and Theories, Ian Carlton

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How does the station-area built environment influence Metrorail ridership? Using gradient boosting decision trees to identify non-linear thresholds, Chuan Ding, Xinyu Cao, and Chao Liu

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Exploring the catchment area of an urban railway station by using transit card data: Case study in Seoul, Jin Ki Eom, Jungsoon Choi, Man Sik Park, and Tae-Young Heo

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Comparative case studies: trip and parking generation at Orenco Station TOD, Portland Region and Station Park TAD, Salt Lake City Region, Reid Ewing, Guang Tian, Keunhyun Park, Sadegh Sabouri, Preston Stinger, and David Proffitt

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Transit neighborhoods, commercial gentrification, and traffic crashes: Exploring the linkages in Los Angeles and the Bay Area, Silvia R. González, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, and Karen Chapple

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Corridors of Freedom: Analyzing Johannesburg’s Ambitious Inclusionary Transit-Oriented Development, Philip Harrison, Margot Rubin, Alexandra Appelbaum, and Romain Dittgen

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Impacts of Rail Transit Accessibility on Firm Spatial Distribution: Case Study in the Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC, Hiroyuki Iseki and Hyunjoo Eom

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A Twenty-Five-Year Biography of the TOD Concept: From Design to Policy, Planning, and Implementation, Huê-Tâm Jamme, Janet Rodriguez, Deepak Bahl, and Tridib Banerjee

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Using walkability measures to identify train stations with the potential to become transit oriented developments located in walkable neighbourhoods, Dana Jeffrey, Claire Boulangé, Billie Giles-Corti, Simon Washington, and Lucy Gunn

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Mi Casa no es Su Casa: The Fight for Equitable Transit-Oriented Development in an Inner-Ring Suburb, Willow Lung-Amam, Rolf Pendall, and Elijah Knaap

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Land use and public transport integration in small cities and towns: Assessment methodology and application, Antonio Nigro, Luca Bertolini, and Francesco Domenico Moccia

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Transit-oriented development and gentrification: a systematic review, Miguel Padeiro, Ana Louro, and Nuno Marques da Costa

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Assessing Transit-Oriented Development Implementation in Canadian Cities: An Urban Project Approach, Florence Paulhiac Scherrer

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The opportunities and tensions of historic preservation and transit oriented development (TOD), John L. Renne and David Listokin

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The Real Estate Mantra- Locate Near Public Transportation, Preeti Shankar, Linda Young, Peter Haas, and Paul Esling

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The reshaping of land development density through rail transit: The stories of central areas vs. suburbs in Shenzhen, China, Xiaoguang Wang, De Tong, Jing Gao, and Yang Chen

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Exploring impacts of the built environment on transit travel: Distance, time and mode choice, for urban villages in Shenzhen, China, Le Yu, Binglei Xie, and Edwin H.W. Chan

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The Missing Link between Place and Productivity? The Impact of Transit-Oriented Development on the Knowledge and Creative Economy, Ahoura Zandiatashbar, Shima Hamidi, Nicole Foster, and Keunhyun Park

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Network criticality and the node-place-design model: Classifying metro station areas in Greater London, Yuerong Zhang, Stephen Marshall, and Ed Manley

Submissions from 2018

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Empirical models of transit demand with walk access/egress for planning transit oriented developments around commuter rail stations in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Saidal Akbari, Mohamed Salah Mahmoud, Amer Shalaby, and Khandker M. Nurul Habib

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Accessibility-oriented development, Robbin Deboosere, Ahmed El-Geneidy, and David Levinson

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Towards sustainable urban transport in Singapore: Policy instruments and mobility trends, Mi Diao

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The Transformation of the American Commuter​, Darnell Chadwick Grisby, Zach Smith, Rich Weaver, Mantill Williams, Matthew Dickens, Macpherson Hughes-Cromwick, and Francisca Villalobos

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Transit-oriented development and air quality in Chinese cities: A city-level examination, Peiqin Gu, Dongxu He, Yulin Chen, P. Christopher Zegras, and Yang Jiang