Joe Grengs
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Job accessibility and the modal mismatch in Detroit
J Grengs
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (1), 42-54, 2010
Does Accessibility Require Density or Speed? A Comparison of Fast Versus Close in Getting Where You Want to Go in U.S. Metropolitan Regions
J Levine, J Grengs, Q Shen, Q Shen
Journal of the American Planning Association 78 (2), 157-172, 2012
Nonwork accessibility as a social equity indicator
J Grengs
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 9 (1), 1-14, 2015
Community-Based Planning as a Source of Political Change: The Transit Equity Movement of Los Angeles' Bus Riders Union
J Grengs
Journal of the American Planning Association 68 (2), 165-178, 2002
The abandoned social goals of public transit in the neoliberal city of the USA
J Grengs
City 9 (1), 51-66, 2005
From mobility to accessibility: Transforming urban transportation and land-use planning
J Levine, J Grengs, LA Merlin
Cornell University Press, 2019
Intermetropolitan comparison of transportation accessibility: sorting out mobility and proximity in San Francisco and Washington, DC
J Grengs, J Levine, Q Shen, Q Shen
Journal of Planning Education and Research 29 (4), 427-443, 2010
Does public transit counteract the segregation of carless households? Measuring spatial patterns of accessibility
J Grengs
Transportation Research Record 1753 (1), 3-10, 2001
Using GPS data to understand driving behavior
J Grengs, X Wang, L Kostyniuk
Journal of urban technology 15 (2), 33-53, 2008
Equity and the social distribution of job accessibility in Detroit
J Grengs
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39 (5), 785-800, 2012
Project-level accessibility analysis for land-use planning
J Levine, L Merlin, J Grengs
Transport Policy 53, 107-119, 2017
How much are built environments changing, and where?: Patterns of change by neighborhood sociodemographic characteristics across seven US metropolitan areas
JA Hirsch, J Grengs, A Schulz, SD Adar, DA Rodriguez, SJ Brines, ...
Social Science & Medicine 169, 97-105, 2016
Accessibility analysis for transportation projects and plans
LA Merlin, J Levine, J Grengs
Transport Policy 69, 35-48, 2018
The influence of the transportation environment on driving reduction and cessation
JM Vivoda, SG Heeringa, AJ Schulz, J Grengs, CM Connell
The Gerontologist 57 (5), 824-832, 2017
Reevaluating Poverty Concentration With Spatial Analysis: Detroit in the 1990s1
J Grengs
Urban Geography 28 (4), 340-360, 2007
Measuring change in small-scale transit accessibility with Geographic Information Systems: Buffalo and Rochester, New York
J Grengs
Transportation Research Record 1887 (1), 10-17, 2004
Private donations for public transit: The equity implications of Detroit’s public–private streetcar
K Lowe, J Grengs
Journal of Planning Education and Research 40 (3), 289-303, 2020
Metropolitan accessibility and transportation sustainability: Comparative indicators for policy reform
J Levine, J Grengs, Q Shen, Q Shen
Evaluating transportation equity: An intermetropolitan comparison of regional accessibility and urban form
J Grengs, J Levine, Q Shen
United States. Federal Transit Administration. Office of Civil Rights, 2013
Visualizing travel patterns with a GPS dataset: How commuting routes influence non-work travel behavior
X Wang, J Grengs, L Kostyniuk
Journal of Urban Technology 20 (3), 105-125, 2013
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