Carole Turley Voulgaris
Carole Turley Voulgaris
Assistant Professor, Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University
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A taste for transit? Analyzing public transit use trends among youth
AE Brown, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor, K Ralph, C Turley Voulgaris
Journal of Public Transportation 19 (1), 4, 2016
Synergistic neighborhood relationships with travel behavior: An analysis of travel in 30,000 US neighborhoods
CT Voulgaris, BD Taylor, E Blumenberg, A Brown, K Ralph
Journal of Transport and Land Use 10 (1), 437-461, 2017
Millennials, built form, and travel insights from a nationwide typology of US neighborhoods
K Ralph, CT Voulgaris, BD Taylor, E Blumenberg, AE Brown
Journal of transport geography 57, 218-226, 2016
Typecasting neighborhoods and travelers: Analyzing the geography of travel behavior among teens and young adults in the US
EA Blumenberg, A Brown, K Ralph, BD Taylor, CT Voulgaris
United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Policy …, 2017
Tired of commuting? Relationships among journeys to school, sleep, and exercise among American teenagers
CT Voulgaris, MJ Smart, BD Taylor
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (2), 142-154, 2019
Calibration procedure for a microscopic traffic simulation model
C Turley
Brigham Young University, 2007
Does walking and bicycling more mean exercising less? Evidence from the US and the Netherlands
RT Panik, EA Morris, CT Voulgaris
Journal of Transport & Health 15, 100590, 2019
Passenger flows in underground railway stations and platforms
A Loukaitou-Sideris, BD Taylor, CT Voulgaris
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2015
Honey, can you pick-up groceries on your way home?: Analyzing activities and travel among students and in non-traditional households
MJ Smart, KM Ralph, BD Taylor, CT Voulgaris, AE Brown
University of California Transportation Center, 2014
Crystal Balls and Black Boxes: What Makes a Good Forecast?
CT Voulgaris
Journal of Planning Literature 34 (3), 286-299, 2019
Typecasting neighborhoods and travelers: Analyzing the geography of travel behavior among teens and young adults in the US Project Report to the Federal Highway Administration
E Blumenberg, A Brown, K Ralph, BD Taylor, CT Voulgaris
September, 2015
What is a forecast for? Motivations for transit ridership forecast accuracy in the federal new starts program
C Turley Voulgaris
Journal of the American Planning Association 86 (4), 458-469, 2020
Trust in forecasts? Correlates with ridership forecast accuracy for fixed-guideway transit projects
CT Voulgaris
Transportation 47 (5), 2439-2477, 2020
A resurgence in urban living? Trends in residential location patterns of young and older adults since 2000
E Blumenberg, A Brown, K Ralph, BD Taylor, C Turley Voulgaris
Urban Geography 40 (9), 1375-1397, 2019
Crystal balls and black boxes: Optimism bias in ridership and cost forecasts for new starts rapid transit projects
CT Voulgaris
University of California, Los Angeles, 2017
Travel and the built environment: insights using activity densities, the sprawl index, and neighborhood types
K Ralph, CT Voulgaris, A Brown
Transportation research record 2653 (1), 1-9, 2017
A TUF Sell: Transportation Utility Fees as User Fees for Local Roads and Streets
CT Voulgaris
Public Works Management & Policy 21 (4), 305-323, 2016
Ridership ramp-up? Initial ridership variation on new rail transit projects
JE Shinn, CT Voulgaris
Transportation Research Record 2673 (10), 82-91, 2019
Youth, Travel, and the Built Environment: Insights from Typecasting Places and Younger Travelers
KM Ralph, C Turley Voulgaris, BD Taylor, E Blumenberg, A Brown
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
In Forecasts We Trust? Correlates with Ridership Forecast Accuracy for Fixed-Guideway Transit Projects
CT Voulgaris
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
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