We welcome analyses of the use of transportation systems that focus on (1) purposeful activity of individuals and organizations (e.g, households and firms) either in pursuit of the good life and other objectives or on (2) coping with transportation not well suited to them. We also welcome analyses of the design of transportation systems that might better enable the conduct of ordinary life in general, and the "good life" in particular. Emanating from Taylor's, "Sources of the Self: The Making of Modern Identity" and other works, our objective is to better integrate analysis of the design and use of transportation systems with thinking about what individuals hope to do or achieve with their lives.
A session focused on the analysis of how transportation within cities shapes, and is shaped by, the conduct of ordinary life (the life of production and the life of the family) in general, and the pursuit of the good life in particular.
|Presenter||Yun Tuan Chang*, National Taiwan University, A long-term analysis of metro-induced exclusiveness: Metro, economically disadvantaged groups and job accessibility||15||1:30 PM|
|Presenter||Eric Nielsen*, University of Nevada, Reno, The effect of a new Bus Rapid Transit service on the business landscape near stations in Reno-Sparks, Nevada||15||1:45 PM|
|Presenter||Blake Acton*, The Ohio State University - Geography, Harvey J. Miller, The Ohio State University - Geography, Huyen Le, The Ohio State University - Geography, Gulsha Akar, The Ohio State University - City and Regional Planning, Elena Irwin, The Ohio State University - Agricultural, Environmental, and Developmental Economics, The Effect of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on Property Values: A Longitudinal Evaluation of Multiple US Cities||15||2:00 PM|
|Presenter||Yongsung Lee*, Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA, Bumsoo Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Transit ridership in America, 2002-2017: interactions between economic factors and the built environment via a machine learning approach||15||2:15 PM|
|Presenter||Isabelle Nilsson*, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Elizabeth Delmelle, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, On the Link between Rail Transit Investments and Income Segregation in US Metropolitan Areas||15||2:30 PM|
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