Jonathan Stiles
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Strategic niche management in transition pathways: Telework advocacy as groundwork for an incremental transformation
J Stiles
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, 139-150, 2020
Working at home and elsewhere: daily work location, telework, and travel among United States knowledge workers
J Stiles, MJ Smart
Transportation 48 (5), 2461-2491, 2021
Lower volumes, higher speeds: Changes to crash type, timing, and severity on urban roads from COVID-19 stay-at-home policies
J Stiles, A Kar, J Lee, HJ Miller
Transportation research record 2677 (4), 15-27, 2023
Urban Sustainability Observatories: Leveraging Urban Experimentation for Sustainability Science and Policy
HJ Miller, K Clifton, G Akar, K Tufte, S Gopalakrishnan, J MacArthur, ...
Harvard Data Science Review, 2021
Powers of Division:“Smart” Spaces as Controlling Workplace Activity Fragmentation
J Stiles, C Andrews
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (2), 371-381, 2020
How does street space influence crash frequency? An analysis using segmented street view imagery
J Stiles, Y Li, HJ Miller
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 49 (9), 2467-2483, 2022
Mobile Cloud Computing, Telework, and Work Location Decision-Making: Evidence from a Qualitative Study in the New York Metropolitan Area
JE Stiles
Transportation Research Board 98th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2019
Mobile Jobs in Transition? Trends, Determinants and Job Quality in the Face of Autonomous Vehicles
JE Stiles
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
Community-Owned Transport
J Stiles
Journal of Urban Technology 24 (4), 137-138, 2017
A Planners’ Rorschach: The Most Frequent Words in JPER’s Article Titles
CJ Andrews, FJ Popper, K Lowrie, J Stiles
Journal of Planning Education and Research 37 (3), 269-270, 2017
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