Rania A. Wasfi
Rania A. Wasfi
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New evidence on walking distances to transit stops: Identifying redundancies and gaps using variable service areas
A El-Geneidy, M Grimsrud, R Wasfi, P Tétreault, J Surprenant-Legault
Transportation 41, 193-210, 2014
Achieving recommended daily physical activity levels through commuting by public transportation: Unpacking individual and contextual influences
RA Wasfi, NA Ross, AM El-Geneidy
Health & place 23, 18-25, 2013
A Markov chain model of land use change
M Iacono, D Levinson, A El-Geneidy, R Wasfi
TeMA-Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment 8 (3), 263-276, 2015
Exposure to walkable neighbourhoods in urban areas increases utilitarian walking: Longitudinal study of Canadians
RA Wasfi, K Dasgupta, N Eluru, NA Ross
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (4), 440-447, 2016
Is gentrification all bad? Positive association between gentrification and individual’s perceived neighborhood collective efficacy in Montreal, Canada
M Steinmetz-Wood, R Wasfi, G Parker, L Bornstein, J Caron, Y Kestens
International Journal of Health Geographics 16, 1-8, 2017
Neighborhood walkability and body mass index trajectories: longitudinal study of Canadians
RA Wasfi, K Dasgupta, H Orpana, NA Ross
American journal of public health 106 (5), 934-940, 2016
“Contextualizing context”: reconciling environmental exposures, social networks, and location preferences in health research
Y Kestens, R Wasfi, A Naud, B Chaix
Current environmental health reports 4, 51-60, 2017
Can transit-oriented developments help achieve the recommended weekly level of physical activity?
M Langlois, RA Wasfi, NA Ross, AM El-Geneidy
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (2), 181-190, 2016
A pan-Canadian measure of active living environments using open data
T Herrmann, W Gleckner, RA Wasfi, B Thierry, Y Kestens, NA Ross
Health Rep 30 (5), 16-25, 2019
Walking, trip purpose, and exposure to multiple environments: A case study of older adults in Luxembourg
C Perchoux, R Brondeel, R Wasfi, O Klein, G Caruso, J Vallée, S Klein, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 13, 170-184, 2019
Measuring accessibility to hospitals by public transport: An assessment of eight Canadian metropolitan regions
G Boisjoly, R Deboosere, R Wasfi, H Orpana, K Manaugh, R Buliung, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 18, 100916, 2020
Understanding the role of contrasting urban contexts in healthy aging: an international cohort study using wearable sensor devices (the CURHA study protocol)
Y Kestens, B Chaix, P Gerber, M Desprès, L Gauvin, O Klein, S Klein, ...
BMC geriatrics 16, 1-12, 2016
Rethinking walkability and developing a conceptual definition of active living environments to guide research and practice
M Tobin, S Hajna, K Orychock, N Ross, M DeVries, PJ Villeneuve, ...
BMC Public Health 22 (1), 450, 2022
Measuring the transportation needs of people with developmental disabilities: A means to social inclusion
R Wasfi, M Steinmetz-Wood, D Levinson
Disability and health journal 10 (2), 356-360, 2017
Do people value bicycle sharing? A multilevel longitudinal analysis capturing the impact of bicycle sharing on residential sales in Montreal, Canada
A El-Geneidy, D Van Lierop, R Wasfi
Transport policy 51, 174-181, 2016
Chasing sustainability: do new transit-oriented development residents adopt more sustainable modes of transportation?
M Langlois, D van Lierop, RA Wasfi, AM El-Geneidy
Transportation research record 2531 (1), 83-92, 2015
The impact of novel and traditional food bank approaches on food insecurity: a longitudinal study in Ottawa, Canada
A Rizvi, R Wasfi, A Enns, E Kristjansson
BMC Public Health 21, 1-16, 2021
INTERACT: A comprehensive approach to assess urban form interventions through natural experiments
Y Kestens, M Winters, D Fuller, S Bell, J Berscheid, R Brondeel, ...
BMC public health 19, 1-11, 2019
Canadian active living environments database (Can-ALE) user manual & technical document
N Ross, R Wasfi, T Herrmann, W Gleckner
Geo-Social Determinants of Health Research Group, Department of Geography …, 2018
Place matters: A longitudinal analysis measuring the association between neighbourhood walkability and walking by age group and population center size in Canada
R Wasfi, M Steinmetz-Wood, Y Kestens
PLoS One 12 (12), e0189472, 2017
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