Deka, Devajyoti. 2017. “Impacts of standardizing school start time on children and household workers – An examination with NHTS data.” Journal of Transport Geography, 59, pp. 40-48. ABSTRACT Due to demonstrated health, safety, and performance benefits to children from delayed school start time, academics and government agencies in the United States are increasingly insisting […]
Deka, D., and Von Hagen, L.A. 2015. “The Evolution of School Siting and its Implications for Active Transportation in New Jersey” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 9: 602–611. Abstract: The study examines historical changes in the size and location of schools in New Jersey and their relevance to children walking and bicycling to school. […]
Park, H., Noland, R., Von Hagen, L.A. & Chatman, D. “A Mode Choice Analysis of School Trips in New Jersey.” Journal of Transport and Land Use, Vol.7 No. 2, 2014. Abstract This paper examines the mode choice behavior of children’s travel to school based on surveys conducted at a sample of schools in New Jersey. […]
Deka, D. 2013. “An Explanation of the Relationship between Adults’ Work Trip Mode and Children’s School Trip Mode through the Heckman Approach.” Journal of Transport Geography 31: 54-63. Abstract Most studies on children’s travel hypothesize that the characteristics of children, households, schools, and neighborhoods exogenously affect their travel mode to school. This study makes an additional assumption […]
Von Hagen, L.A. 2011, “In-School Bicycle Education: Wayside Elementary Case Study,” The Reporter, Journal of the New Jersey Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, pp. 27-31.