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Matthew Palm
Matthew Palm
Research Coordinator
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Does bicycle network level of traffic stress (LTS) explain bicycle travel behavior? Mixed results from an Oregon case study
H Wang, M Palm, C Chen, R Vogt, Y Wang
Journal of transport geography 57, 8-18, 2016
592016
Riders who avoided public transit during COVID-19: Personal burdens and implications for social equity
M Palm, J Allen, B Liu, Y Zhang, M Widener, S Farber
Journal of the American Planning Association 87 (4), 455-469, 2021
342021
The true cost of sharing: A detour penalty analysis between UberPool and UberX trips in Toronto
M Young, S Farber, M Palm
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 87, 102540, 2020
312020
The trade-offs between population density and households׳ transportation-housing costs
M Palm, B Gregor, H Wang, BS McMullen
Transport Policy 36, 160-172, 2014
272014
Driverless shuttle pilots: Lessons for automated transit technology deployment
MM Nesheli, L Li, M Palm, A Shalaby
Case studies on transport policy 9 (2), 723-742, 2021
192021
Covid-19 pandemic impacts on essential transit riders: findings from a US Survey
Q He, D Rowangould, A Karner, M Palm, S LaRue
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 105, 103217, 2022
162022
Equity analysis and new mobility technologies: toward meaningful interventions
M Palm, S Farber, A Shalaby, M Young
Journal of Planning Literature 36 (1), 31-45, 2021
162021
Achieving regional housing planning objectives: Directing affordable housing to jobs-rich neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area
M Palm, D Niemeier
Journal of the American Planning Association 83 (4), 377-388, 2017
152017
The uneven impacts of avoiding public transit on riders’ access to healthcare during COVID-19
M Palm, SL Sturrock, NA Howell, S Farber, MJ Widener
Journal of Transport & Health 22, 101112, 2021
122021
Sustainable transportation at the ballot box: a disaggregate analysis of the relative importance of user travel mode, attitudes and self-interest
M Palm, S Handy
Transportation 45 (1), 121-141, 2018
122018
Scale in housing policy: A case study of the potential of small area fair market rents
M Palm
Cityscape 20 (1), 147-166, 2018
112018
Are we keeping up? Accessibility, equity and air quality in regional planning
J Heyer, M Palm, D Niemeier
Journal of Transport Geography 89, 102891, 2020
92020
Housing need assessments in San Francisco, Vancouver, and Melbourne: normative science or neoliberal alchemy?
M Palm, C Whitzman
Housing Studies 35 (5), 771-794, 2020
92020
The role of public transit in school choice and after-school activity participation among Toronto high school students
M Palm, S Farber
Travel behaviour and society 19, 219-230, 2020
92020
Preliminary Results from the Public Transit and COVID-19 Survey
M Palm, J Allen, M Widener, Y Zhang, S Farber, N Howell
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xtbl9nNNcjQFB51-crAGOyC0vSLCHw3M/view, 2020
92020
Travel Survey Recruitment Through Facebook and Transit app: Lessons from COVID-19
Y Zhang, M Palm, J Scheff, S Farber, M Widener
Transport Findings, 2020
82020
A social equity lens on bus bridging and ride-hailing responses to unplanned subway disruptions
R Liu, M Palm, A Shalaby, S Farber
Journal of Transport Geography 88, 102870, 2020
82020
Does placing affordable housing near rail raise development costs? Evidence from California’s four largest metropolitan planning organizations
M Palm, D Niemeier
Housing Policy Debate 28 (2), 180-198, 2018
72018
Evaluating the equity implications of ridehailing through a multi-modal accessibility framework
B Abdelwahab, M Palm, A Shalaby, S Farber
Journal of Transport Geography 95, 103147, 2021
62021
Social equity and bus on-time performance in Canada’s Largest City
M Palm, A Shalaby, S Farber
Transportation Research Record 2674 (11), 329-342, 2020
62020
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