Transportation and Urban Planning

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/6/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers



ID Title Participant
0025 Modeling co-clustering of tobacco and cannabis outlet density and its impact on geographic disparities Priyanka Vyas
University of California, San Francisco
0026 Micropolitan Statistical Areas in the United States Lindsay Spell
U.S. Census Bureau
0027 Spatial Variability in the Convenience of Battery Electric Vehicle Routes Reliant on DC Fast Chargers Josh Starner
Virginia Tech
0028 An Analysis of the Former New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railroad Track Bed for Rail Re-use Colin Buckowski
SUNY - Geneseo
0029 Emerging Transportation Technologies and the Influence of Access to Jobs: a Comparison of Growing and Shrinking Cities Eric Nielsen
University of Nevada, Reno
0030 Spatial heterogeneity of ports in the global maritime network detected by weighted ego network analysis Chengliang Liu
East China Normal University
0031 Bicycle Networks, Recreation vs Transportation: An examination of how bicycle infrastructure is marketed to the citizens who eventually have to pay for the system. JAMEY VOORHEES
University of Arkansas
0032 Mining Spatio-temporal Co-occurrence Patterns of Public Bike Usage and Bicycle Accidents in Taipei City YI-CHIH TSENG
0033 Permits, Fees, & Prohibitions: A Survey of Parking Management Practices at Commuter Universities Caryn DeCrisanti
Central Connecticut State University
034 Extending Interstate 97 to Richmond to Fix Mid-Atlantic Transport Headache Alexander Chrvala
University of Mary Washington
035 Evaluating the Impact of a Proposed High-speed Rail (HSR) on Modal Competition for Intercity Travels Hongbo Yu
Oklahoma State University
036 Light Rail Site Suitability for Tampa, Florida Ryan Fischer
Bridgewater State University
037 Assessing Public Transportation Equity Using Transit Supply Index and Gini Coefficient: The Case of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Agraw Ali Beshir
University of Seoul
038 Evolution of China's transportation geography since reform and opening-up: patterns and regular rules Fengjun Jin
039 Assessing Caribbean Passenger Air Connectivity Using Spatial Interaction Models William Canup
University of North Carolina - Greensboro
040 Funding Public Education Through Regressive Wealth Taxation In 169 Connecticut Towns Connor Morrin
041 How Green is The Green Port? Shifting Community-Port Narratives in Long Beach, California Kirsten Berg
California State University
042 Research of Gentrification in Downtown Atlanta from 2008 to 2014 Jiaxu Fang
043 Geographic Differences in Income and Cost of Living: Do Location and Policy Matter? Ryan James
Northern Illinois University
044 Geospatial Analysis of Fair Market Rental Values and Section 8 Landlord Refusals: Westchester County, NY Frank Tolbert
Binghamton University
045 Changes in commercial landscapes of transit neighborhoods in Charlotte, NC: preliminary analysis Elina Sukaryavichute
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
046 Make Veracruz Great Again William Doolittle
University of Texas - Austin
047 Engaging Audiences with a Virginia Department of Transportation Program Using an Esri Story Map Elizabeth Garrett
Timmons Group

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