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Breaking barriers to bike share: Insights from residents of traditionally underserved neighborhoods
N McNeil, J Dill, J MacArthur, J Broach, S Howland
562017
Effects of peer-to-peer carsharing on vehicle owners’ travel behavior
J Dill, N McNeil, S Howland
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 101, 70-78, 2019
362019
Current efforts to make bikeshare more equitable: survey of system owners and operators
S Howland, N McNeil, J Broach, K Rankins, J MacArthur, J Dill
Transportation Research Record 2662 (1), 160-167, 2017
282017
Breaking Barriers to Bike Share: Insights on Equity from a Survey of Bike Share System Owners and Operators
S Howland, N McNeil, J Broach, K Rankins, J MacArthur, J Dill
262017
Peer-To-Peer Carsharing: Short-Term Effects on Travel Behavior in Portland, OR
J Dill, N McNeil, S Howland
Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), 2017
152017
Breaking Barriers to Bike Share: Insights from Residents of Traditionally Underserved Neighborhoods. NITC-RR-884b
N McNeil, J Dill, J MacArthur, J Broach, S Howland
National Institute for Transportation and Communities: Portland, ME, USA, 2017
152017
Peer-to-peer carsharing: an preliminary analysis of vehicle owners in Portland, Oregon, and the potential to meet policy objectives
J Dill, S Howland, N McNeil
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2014
122014
Who uses peer-to-peer carsharing? An early exploration
J Dill, A Mathez, N McNeil, S Howland
94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2015
112015
A Profile of Peer-to-Peer Carsharing Early Adopters: Owners and Renters
J Dill, S Howland, N McNeil
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
82016
Bike Share and Equity in Low-Income Communities of Color: What Opportunities Are There to Include Older Adults?
S Howland, N McNeil, J Broach, J Macarthur, J Dill
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
42018
“I Should Have Moved Somewhere Else”: The Impacts of Gentrification on Transportation and Social Support for Black Working-Poor Families in Portland, Oregon
SA Howland
Portland State University, 2020
12020
The Geography of the Commute
S Howland, R Morris
12017
Social sustainability through transportation equity and job access in the Phoenix metropolitan area
SA Howland
Arizona State University, 2010
12010
Transportation and Gentrification: Impacts on Low-income Black Households in Portland
S Howland
2021
Characteristics of Vehicle Owners Who Thrive in Peer-to-Peer Carsharing Schemes: Findings from Interviews with Participants in Portland, Oregon
N McNeil, J Dill, S Howland
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
2017
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