In this article, Professor Smart and Nicholas Klein (Bloustein PhD, 2014) find that having a car helps Americans find jobs, keep those jobs over time, and move up the economic ladder.
Nicholas J. Klein
This research suggests a long-term benefit for encouraging transit at younger ages to foster a “transit habit.”
We evaluated a training course called “Orientation to Transit Procurement”, designed and conducted by the National Transit Institute.
This report improves on existing data by analyzing groups that have variable access to automobiles – poor families, immigrants, and people of color.
The authors examine how the social context of a neighborhood can influence activity and travel patterns of those living in “neighborhoods of affinity,” where members of a group with strong social ties live and work.
Gay men living in gay neighborhoods travel much shorter distances on average than their straight next-door neighbors do.
Pedestrian and motor vehicle casualties are analyzed for the State of New Jersey with the objective of determining how the income of an area may be associated with casualties.
Foreign-born residents of New Jersey account for a fifth of its population but almost 40 percent of its transit commuters and all growth in transit commuting since 1980.
Laham, M., Noland, R., Wang, S., (2022). Understanding preferences for bicycling and bicycle infrastructure. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, https://doi.org/10.7282/00000254 Abstract Using survey data collected in New Jersey, we analyze the...
Zhang, W., Younes, H., Von Hagen, L.A., Andrews, C., Noland, R. (2022). Exploring Stress Levels of E-Scooter Riders. Rutgers University, New Jersey State Policy Lab. https://policylab.rutgers.edu/exploring-stress-levels-of-e-scooter-riders/ Abstract E-scooters are a...
Robert B. Noland, Evan Iacobucci & Wenwen Zhang (2022). Public Views on the Reallocation of Street Space Due to COVID-19, Journal of the American Planning Association, DOI: 10.1080/01944363.2022.2058595 Abstract Many towns and cities have reallocated street space...
Younes, H., Noland, R. B. & Zhang, W. (2022). Browsing for food: Will COVID-induced online grocery delivery persist? Regional Science Policy & Practice, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1111/rsp3.12542 Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic altered daily activities. Many...