This page features a selection of journal articles, books, news articles, and other media that feature the research from our center. If you want to see more information about individual projects and final project reports, please review our “Projects” Page
Journal Articles & Books
Yaro, R., Zhang, M. and Steiner, F. (2022) Megaregions and America’s Future Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Liu, Z., Zhang, M. (corresponding author), and Liu, L. 2021. Benchmark of the Trends of Spatial Inequality in WorldMegaregions. Sustainability. 13, 6456.
Liu, L. and Zhang, M. (corresponding author) 2021. The Impacts of High-Speed Rail on Regional Accessibility and Spatial Development Updated Evidence fromChina’s Mid-Yangtze River City-Cluster Region. Sustainability. 13, 4277.
Pan Q., Jin Z., Tao T. (2021) Improving Public Transportation Safety in COVID-19 Era Through Crowdsourcing Technique. In: Shaw SL., Sui D. (eds) Mapping COVID-19 in Space and Time. Human Dynamics in Smart Cities. Springer, Cham.
Sciara, G.C., Rahman, M., & Walthall, R. (2021). A Seat at the Table? Transit Representation in U.S. Metropolitan Planning. Transport Policy, 2021(114): 165-173.
Boeing, G., Wegmann, J., & Jiao, J. (2020). Rental housing spot markets: How online information exchanges can supplement transacted-rents data. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X20904435.
Oden, M., & Sciara, G. C. (2020). The salience of megaregional geographies for inter-metropolitan transportation planning and policy making. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 80, 102262.
Briscoe, D. (2019). Queering BIM: A Changing Narrative to Digital Objects. Journal of Architectural Education, 73(2), 203-210.
Jiao, J., & Bai, S. (2020). An empirical analysis of Airbnb listings in forty American cities. Cities, 99, 102618.
Jiao, J., & Bai, S., (2020). Understanding the Shared E-scooter Travels in Austin, TX. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 9(2), 135.
Jiao, J., & Cai, M. (2020). Using Open Source Data to Identify Transit Deserts in Four Major Chinese Cities. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 9(2), 100.
Jiao, J., Bischak, C., & Hyden, S. (2020). The impact of shared mobility on trip generation behavior in the US: Findings from the 2017 National Household Travel Survey. Travel Behaviour and Society, 19, 1-7.
Pang, H., & Zhang, M. (2019). Understand the Multi-Level Effects of the Built Environment on Trip-Chaining Behavior. Transportation Research Record, 2673(4), 640-651.
Xu, J., Zhang, M., Zhang, X., Wang, D., & Zhang, Y. (2019). How does City-cluster high-speed rail facilitate regional integration? Evidence from the Shanghai-Nanjing corridor. Cities, 85, 83-97.
Guerra, E., & Daziano, R. A. (2020). Electric vehicles and residential parking in an urban environment: Results from a stated preference experiment. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 79, 102222.
Renne, J., Wolshon, B., Murray-Tuite, P., & Pande, A. (2020). Emergence of resilience as a framework for state Departments of Transportation (DOTs) in the United States. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 82, 102178.
Zhang, Z., Wolshon, B., & Murray-Tuite, P. (2019). A conceptual framework for illustrating and assessing risk, resilience, and investment in evacuation transportation systems. Transportation research part D: transport and environment, 77, 525-534.
Chun, B., Choi, K., & Pan, Q. (2020). The nexus between PM 2.5 and urban characteristics in the Texas triangle region. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 78, 102187.
Reina, V., Wegmann, J. and Guerra, E. (2019). Are Location Affordability and Fair Housing on a Collision Course? Race, Transportation Costs, and the Siting of Subsidized Housing. Cityscape, 21(1).
Griffin, G. and Jiao, J. (2019). Crowdsourcing Bike Share Station Locations. Journal of the American Planning Association, 85(1).
Griffin, G. and Jiao, J. (2019). The Geography and Equity of Crowdsourced Public Participation for Active Transportation Planning. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2673(1).
Guerra, E., Caudillo C., Monkkonen P., and Montejano, J. (2018). Urban form, transit supply, and travel behavior in Latin America: Evidence from Mexico’s 100 largest urban areas. Transport Policy,69(October).
Klein, Nicholas J., Erick Guerra, and Michael J. Smart. (2018). The Philadelphia Story: Age, Race, Gender and Changing Travel Trends. Journal of Transport Geography, 69(May).
Yahia, C. N., Pandey, V., and Boyles, S. D. (2018). Network Partitioning Algorithms for Solving the Traffic Assignment Problem Using a Decomposition Approach. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2672(48)
Lindell, M., Murray-Tuite, P., Wolshon, B., and Baker, E. (2018). Large-Scale Evacuation: The Analysis, Modeling, and Management of Emergency Relocation from Hazardous Areas. New York, NY: CRC Press.
Jiao, J. (2017). Identify Transit Desert in Major Texas Cities Where Demands Missed Supplies. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 10(1).
News Articles & Other Media
Jiao, J. (2019). Transit Deserts USA. Platform, February.
Oden, M. (2019). Searching for the Spatial Fix: The Salience of Megaregional Geographies for Inter-Metropolitan Planning and Policy Making. Platform, February.
Sciara, GC. (2019). Including Institutions in the Panoramic Regional View. Platform, February.
Zhang, M. (2019). Toward Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions. Platform, February.
Jiao, J. and Bischak, C. (2018, March 14). “Where Buses are Leaving People Behind (Op-ed),” Houston Chronicle.
Jiao, J. and Bischak, C. (2018, March 13). “People are stranded in “transit deserts” in dozens of US cities (Op-ed),” The Conversation.
Jiao, J. and McGrath, N. (2017, July 25). “Stranded in our own communities: Transit deserts make it hard for people to find jobs and stay healthy (Op-ed),” The Conversation.
Jiao, J. Miro, J. and McGrath, N. (2017, November 1). “What public transit can learn from Uber and Lyft (Op-ed),” The Conversation.
Dr. Ming Zhang’s practicum class was recognized in several publications for their work in helping develop the Georgetown Bicycle Master Plan: https://soa.utexas.edu/headlines/crp-students-develop-georgetown-bicycle-master-plan
Dr. Junfeng Jiao’s research was highlighted in: (Panfil, 2020) “Gentrification in the D.C. area pushes people from homes and away from transit” in the Washington Post.
Dr. Kara Kockelman’s work on autonomous vehicles is featured on an NCTCOG website, “Connected & Automated Driving Systems.”
Cervero, R., Guerra, E., and Al, S. (2018, February 27). “Episode 173: Propinquity… [podcast: Beyond Mobility],” Island Press.
Dr. Erick Guerra’s research featured in: Medina, S. (2018, September 18). ”¿La forma de las ciudades mexicanas define los patrones de movilidad urbana?,” Nexos.
Dr. Erick Guerra’s research featured in: Valdez, I. (2018, January 26). “La CdMx debe gastar en tecnología: Guerra,” Milenio.
Dr. Erick Guerra’s research featured in: Dominguez, P. (2018, January 16). “Necesario, invertir más en transporte público: experto,” Milenio.