Jesus M. Barajas
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Neighborhood change, one pint at a time: The impact of local characteristics on craft breweries
JM Barajas, G Boeing, J Wartell
Untapped: Exploring the cultural dimensions of craft beer, 155-176, 2017
492017
Supplemental infrastructure: how community networks and immigrant identity influence cycling
JM Barajas
Transportation 47 (3), 1251-1274, 2020
202020
Not all crashes are created equal
JM Barajas
Journal of transport and land use 11 (1), 865-882, 2018
152018
How effective are community pedestrian safety training workshops? Short-term findings from a program in California
JM Barajas, KM Beck, JF Cooper, A Lopez, A Reynosa
Journal of Transport & Health 12, 183-194, 2019
122019
Not minding the gap: Does ride-hailing serve transit deserts?
JM Barajas, A Brown
Journal of Transport Geography 90, 102918, 2021
92021
Immigration, income, and public transit perceptions: Findings from an intercept survey
JM Barajas, D Chatman, A Weinstein Agrawal
Barajas, Jesus, Asha Weinstein Agrawal, and Daniel Chatman, 1-18, 2018
92018
Perceptions, People, and Places: Influences on Cycling for Latino Immigrants and Implications for Equity
JM Barajas
Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X19864714, 2019
82019
Exploring Bicycle and Public Transit Use by Low-Income Latino Immigrants: A Mixed-Methods Study in the San Francisco Bay Area
JM Barajas, DG Chatman, AW Agrawal
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2016
72016
How Equitable Is Bikesharing? Exploring Population Characteristics and Access to Employment
JM Barajas
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
52018
Toward Mobility Justice: Linking Transportation and Education Equity in the Context of School Choice
AH Bierbaum, A Karner, JM Barajas
Journal of the American Planning Association 87 (2), 197-210, 2021
42021
Making Invisible Riders Visible: Motivations for Bicycling and Public Transit Use among Latino Immigrants
JM Barajas
University of California, Berkeley, 2016
42016
Built Environment and Demographic Predictors of Bicycle Access to Transit: Investigation in San Francisco Bay Area
JM Barajas
Transportation Research Board 91st Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2012
32012
Are cycling and walking good for all? Tracking differences in associations among active travel, socioeconomics, gentrification, and self-reported health
JM Barajas, LM Braun
Journal of Transport & Health 23, 101246, 2021
22021
Biking While Black: How Planning Contributes to Unjust Policing
J Barajas
22020
Built Environment and Demographic Predictors of Bicycle Access to Transit
JM Barajas
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2011
22011
Biking where Black: Connecting transportation planning and infrastructure to disproportionate policing
JM Barajas
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 99, 103027, 2021
12021
The effects of driver licensing laws on immigrant travel
JM Barajas
Transport policy 105, 22-34, 2021
12021
Equity-oriented Criteria for Project Prioritization in Regional Transportation Planning
A Krapp, JM Barajas, A Wennink
Transportation Research Record, 03611981211001072, 2021
12021
Commuting in context: A qualitative study of transportation challenges for disadvantaged job Seekers in Chicago, IL
C Coren, K Lowe, JM Barajas
Washington, DC, 2021
12021
Latino Placemaking and Planning: Cultural Resilience and Strategies for Reurbanization
JM Barajas
Journal of Planning Education and Research 40 (4), 505-506, 2020
12020
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