Qing Shen
Qing Shen
Professor of Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington
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Location characteristics of inner-city neighborhoods and employment accessibility of low-wage workers
Q Shen
Environment and planning B: Planning and Design 25 (3), 345-365, 1998
Transit mobility, jobs access and low-income labour participation in US metropolitan areas
TW Sanchez, Q Shen, ZR Peng
Urban Studies 41 (7), 1313-1331, 2004
Spatial and social dimensions of commuting
Q Shen
Journal of the American Planning Association 66 (1), 68-82, 2000
Influence of urban form on travel behaviour in four neighbourhoods of Shanghai
H Pan, Q Shen, M Zhang
Urban studies 46 (2), 275-294, 2009
Commuting inequality between cars and public transit: The case of the San Francisco Bay Area, 1990-2000
M Kawabata, Q Shen
Urban Studies 44 (9), 1759-1780, 2007
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
A spatial analysis of job openings and access in a US metropolitan area
Q Shen
Journal of the American Planning Association 67 (1), 53-68, 2001
How do built-environment factors affect travel behavior? A spatial analysis at different geographic scales
J Hong, Q Shen, L Zhang
Transportation 41 (3), 419-440, 2014
How built environment affects travel behavior: A comparative analysis of the connections between land use and vehicle miles traveled in US cities
L Zhang, J Hong, A Nasri, Q Shen
Journal of Transport and Land Use 5 (3), 40-52, 2012
Job accessibility as an indicator of auto-oriented urban structure: a comparison of Boston and Los Angeles with Tokyo
M Kawabata, Q Shen
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 33 (1), 115-130, 2006
An empirical analysis of the influence of urban form on household travel and energy consumption
C Liu, Q Shen
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35 (5), 347-357, 2011
Economic impacts of the Loma Prieta earthquake: a focus on small business
CA Kroll, JD Landis, Q Shen, S Stryker
Factors affecting car ownership and mode choice in rail transit-supported suburbs of a large Chinese city
Q Shen, P Chen, H Pan
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 94, 31-44, 2016
Urban transportation in Shanghai, China: problems and planning implications
Q Shen
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 21 (4), 589-606, 1997
Built environment effects on cyclist injury severity in automobile-involved bicycle crashes
P Chen, Q Shen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 86, 239-246, 2016
What determines rail transit passenger volume? Implications for transit oriented development planning
H Pan, J Li, Q Shen, C Shi
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 57, 52-63, 2017
Race, space, and unemployment duration
CJ Dawkins, Q Shen, TW Sanchez
Journal of Urban Economics 58 (1), 91-113, 2005
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
Spatial technologies, accessibility, and the social construction of urban space
Q Shen
Computers, environment and urban systems 22 (5), 447-464, 1998
Transport impacts of clustered development in Beijing: Compact development versus overconcentration
J Yang, Q Shen, J Shen, C He
Urban Studies 49 (6), 1315-1331, 2012
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