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A GIS-based spatial statistical approach to modeling job accessibility by transportation mode: case study of Columbus, Ohio
CH Wang, N Chen
Journal of Transport Geography 45, 1-11, 2015
942015
First-and-last mile solution via bicycling to improving transit accessibility and advancing transportation equity
T Zuo, H Wei, N Chen, C Zhang
Cities 99, 102614, 2020
722020
A geographically weighted regression approach to investigating the spatially varied built-environment effects on community opportunity
CH Wang, N Chen
Journal of transport geography 62, 136-147, 2017
432017
Who is interested in carpooling and why: the importance of individual characteristics, role preferences and carpool markets
Y Park, N Chen, G Akar
Transportation research record 2672 (8), 708-718, 2018
372018
Influence of neighborhood types on trip distances: Spatial error models for Central Ohio
G Akar, N Chen, SI Gordon
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 10 (3), 284-293, 2014
372014
Effects of neighborhood types & socio-demographics on activity space
N Chen, G Akar
Journal of transport geography 54, 112-121, 2016
312016
Promote transit via hardening first-and-last-mile accessibility: Learned from modeling commuters’ transit use
T Zuo, H Wei, N Chen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 86, 102446, 2020
292020
Does green transportation promote accessibility for equity in medium-size US cites?
N Chen, CH Wang
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 84, 102365, 2020
252020
How do socio-demographics and built environment affect individual accessibility based on activity space? Evidence from Greater Cleveland, Ohio
N Chen, G Akar
Journal of Transport and Land Use 10 (1), 477-503, 2017
252017
A gravity model integrating high-speed rail and seismic-hazard mitigation through land-use planning: Application to California development
CH Wang, N Chen, SL Chan
Habitat international 62, 51-61, 2017
242017
A geographically weighted regression approach to investigating local built-environment effects on home prices in the housing downturn, recovery, and subsequent increases
CH Wang, N Chen
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 35, 1283-1302, 2020
122020
Geographically weighted regression approach to investigate spatial variations in activity space
N Chen, CH Wang, G Akar
Transportation research record 2671 (1), 40-50, 2017
122017
Where do you live and what do you drive: Built-environmental and spatial effects on vehicle type choice and vehicle use
N Chen, G Akar, SI Gordon, S Chen
International journal of sustainable transportation 15 (6), 444-455, 2021
92021
Patterns and correlates of urban trail use: Evidence from the Cincinnati metropolitan area
N Chen, G Lindsey, CH Wang
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 67, 303-315, 2019
92019
A multi‑objective optimization approach to balancing economic efficiency and equity in accessibility to multi‑use paths
CH Wang, N Chen
Transportation, 2020
82020
How Do Socio-Demographics and The Built Environment Affect Individual Accessibility Based on Activity Space as A Transport Exclusion Indicator?
N Chen
The Ohio State University, 2016
32016
Do accessibility and clustering affect active travel behavior in Salt Lake City?
CH Wang, N Chen, G Tian
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 90, 102655, 2021
22021
Are people equally exposed to seismic and climate-change-induced hazards? Evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area
CH Wang, N Chen
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 49 (9), 2484-2499, 2022
12022
Do public transit and agglomeration economies collectively enhance low-skilled job accessibility in Portland, OR?
S Oh, N Chen
Transport Policy 115, 209-219, 2022
12022
Comparing regional sustainability and transportation sustainability at the metropolitan level in the US using artificial neural network clustering techniques
H Liu, N Chen, X Wang
Transportation Research Record 2675 (9), 1655-1669, 2021
12021
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