3. Other Studies on Residential Location and Land Use Impacts on Travel Behavior

  • “The Effect of Methodology on the Estimation of Residential Self-selection Effects”, by David van Herick and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  In progress, available from the authors.
  • “The Effect of Carsharing on Vehicle Holdings and Travel Behavior: a Propensity Score and Causal Mediation Analysis of the San Francisco Bay Area”, by Gouri Shankar Mishra, Regina Ruby Lee Clewlow, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Keith F. Widaman.  Research in Transportation Economics (Special Issue on Sustainable Transportation) 52, 2015, 46-55.
  • “The Influences of Past and Present Residential Locations on Vehicle Ownership Decisions”, by Gregory S. Macfarlane, Laurie A. Garrow, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research Part A 74, 2015, 186-200.
  • “Car Availability Explained by the Structural Relationships between Lifestyles, Residential Location, and Underlying Residential and Travel Attitudes”, by Veronique van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Frank Witlox. Transport Policy 35, 2014, 88-99.
  •  “Measuring the Impacts of Local Land Use Policies on Vehicle Miles of Travel: The Case of the First Big Box Store in Davis, California”, by Kristin Lovejoy, Gian-Claudia Sciara, Deborah Salon, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Transportation and Land Use 6(1), 2013, 25-39.
  • “The Connections among Accessibility, Self-Selection and Walking Behaviour:  A Case Study of Northern California Residents”, by Xinyu Cao and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Chapter 5 in Karst T. Geurs, Kevin J. Krizek, and Aura Reggiani (eds.), Accessibility Analysis and Transport Planning:  Challenges for Europe and North America.  Edward Elgar:  Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2012, 73-95.
  • “Refining the Lifestyle Concept in Travel Behaviour Research”, by Veronique van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Frank Witlox.  Available from the authors.
  • “Going Soft:  On How Subjective Variables Explain Modal Choices for Leisure Travel”, by Veronique van Acker, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Frank Witlox.  European Journal of Transport and Infra­structure Research 11(2), April 2011, 115-146.
  • “Factors Associated with Proportions and Miles of Bicycling for Transportation and Recreation in Six Small U.S. Cities”, by Yan Xing, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research Part D 15, 2010, 73-81.
  • “Neighborhood Satisfaction in Suburban versus Traditional Environments:  An Evaluation of Contributing Characteristics in Eight California Neighborhoods”, by Kristin E. Lovejoy, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Landscape and Urban Planning 97, 2010, 37-48.
  •  “Neighborhood Design and the Accessibility of the Elderly:  An Empirical Analysis in Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 4(6), 2010, 347-371.
  • “Carsharing and the Built Environment:  A Geographic Information System-Based Study of One U.S. Operator”, by Tai Still­water, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan A. Shaheen.  Transportation Research Record 2110, 2009, 27-34.
  • “The Relationship between the Built Environment and Nonwork Travel:  A Case Study of Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.    Transporta­tion Research Part A 43(5), 2009, 548-559.
  • “Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-selection on Travel Behavior:  A Focus on Empirical Findings”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Transport Reviews 29(3) (May), 2009, 359-395.
  • “Neighborhood Design and Children’s Outdoor Play:  Evidence from Northern California”, by Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Children, Youth, and Environment 18(2), 2008, 160-179.
  • “Land Use, Attitudes, and Travel Behavior Relationships: A Cross-sectional Structural Equations Model for Northern California”, by Giovanni Circella, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Submitted to Transportation Research Part A, 2008.
  • “Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-selection on Travel Behavior:  A Focus on Method­ologies”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Xinyu Cao.  Transportation Research Part B 42(3), 2008, 204-228.  doi 10.1016/j.trb.2007.07.006
  • “Differentiating the Influence of Accessibility, Attitudes, and Demographics on Stop Participation and Frequency during the Evening Commute”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Environment and Planning B 35, 2008, 431-442.  doi 10.1068/b32056
  • “The Causal Influence of Neighborhood Design on Physical Activity within the Neighborhood:  Evidence from Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  American Journal of Health Promotion 22(5), 2008, 350-358.
  • “Exploring the Connections among Job Accessibility, Employment, Income, and Auto­mo­bile Own­er­ship Using Structural Equation Modeling”, by Shengyi Gao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Robert A. Johnston.  Annals of Regional Science 42(2), 2008, 341-356.
  • “Cross-sectional and Quasi-panel Explorations of the Connection between the Built Environment and Auto Ownership”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Environment and Planning A 39(4), 2007, 830-847.
  • “The Role of Attitudes toward Travel and Land Use in Residential Location Behavior:  Some Empirical Evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area”, by Tim Schwanen and Patricia L. Mokh­tarian.  Housing Policy Debate 18(1), 2007, 171-207.
  • “Do Changes in Neighborhood Characteristics Lead to Changes in Travel Behavior?  A Structural Equations Modeling Approach”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Transportation 34(5) (Sept), 2007, 535-556.
  • “Residential Neighborhood Type Mismatch:  What it Can Tell Us about Neighborhood Design as a Determinant of Travel Behavior”, by Kristin E. Lovejoy, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokh­tarian.  Paper presented at the 47th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, November 9-12, 2006, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • “The Role of Attitudes and Neighborhood Characteristics in  Explaining Transit Use:  A Study of Eight Northern California Neighborhoods”, by Kenneth Kwong, Susan Handy, and Patricia Mokh­tarian.  Paper no. 06-1927 presen­ted at the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2006, and appearing on the conference CD.
  • “Voyage of the S. S. Minivan:  Women’s Travel Behavior in Traditional and Suburban Neighbor­hoods”, by Tara B. Goddard, Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transporta­tion Research Record 1956, 2006, 141-148.
  •  “Neighborhood Design and Vehicle Type Choice:  Evidence from Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Transportation Research D 11, 2006, 133-145.  dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2005.10.001.  Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1171/.
  • “Self-Selection in the Relationship between the Built Environment and Walking: Evidence from Northern California”, by Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of the American Planning Association 72(1)(Winter), 2006, 55-74.
  • “The Influences of the Built Environment and Residential Self-selection on Pedestrian Behavior in Austin, Texas”, by Xinyu Cao, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation 33(1) (February), 2006, 1-20. Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1172/.  Top Transportation download of 2006.  To be reprinted in Stephen P. Greaves and Jan Garrard, eds., Transport, the Environment and Public Health: Classic Papers on Non-motorised Travel, Cheltenham, UK:  Edward Elgar (Classics in Transportation and Environmental Valuation series, Series Editor: David A. Hensher), 2012.
  • “Correlation or Causality between the Built Environment and Travel Behavior?  Evidence from Northern California”, by Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation Research D 10(6), 2005, 427-444.  In Top 25 downloads from TR-D, Jan. – Mar. 2008.
  • “What if You Live in the Wrong Neighborhood?  The Impact of Residential Neighborhood Type Dissonance on Distance Traveled”, by Tim Schwanen and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research D 10, 2005, 127-151.  Authors’ postprint available at  http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1178/.
  • “What Affects Commute Mode Choice:  Neighborhood Physical Structure or Preferences toward Neighborhoods?”, by Tim Schwanen and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Transport Geography 13, 2005, 83-99.
  • “Specification of a Tour-Based Model for Well-Mixed Neighborhoods”, by Thirayoot Limanond, Debbie A. Niemeier, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation 32(2), 2005, 105-134.
  • “The Extent and Determinants of Dissonance between Actual and Preferred Residential Neighborhood Type”, by Tim Schwanen and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Environment and Planning B 31, 2004, 759-784.
  • “Does Dissonance between Desired and Current Neighborhood Type Affect Individual Travel Behaviour?  An Empirical Assessment from the San Francisco Bay Area”, by Tim Schwanen and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Proceedings of the European Transport Conference (ETC), October 8-10, 2003, Strasbourg, France.  Available at  http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=301.
  • "A Methodology for the Disaggregate, Multi-dimensional Measurement of Neighborhood Type", by Michael N. Bagley, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Ryuichi Kitamura.  Urban Studies 39(4) (April), 2002, 689-704.
  • "The Impact of Residential Neighborhood Type on Travel Behavior:  A Structural Equations Modeling Approach", by Michael N. Bagley and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Annals of Regional Science 36(2), 2002, 279-297.  doi 10.1007/s001680200083. http://link.springer-ny.com/link/service/journals/00168/bibs/2036002/20360279.htm
  • "The Role of Lifestyle and Attitudinal Characteristics in Residential Neighborhood Choice", by Michael N. Bagley and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  In Avishai Ceder, ed., Transportation and Traffic Theory:  Proceedings of the 14th Inter­nation­al Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, Jerusalem, Israel.  Oxford, UK:  Elsevier Science (Pergamon), 1999, 735-758.
  • "A Micro-Analysis of Land Use and Travel in Five Neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area", by Ryuichi Kitamura, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Laura Laidet.  Trans­por­tation 24(2), 1997, 125-158.  8th most frequent download from Transportation in 2006.
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  • “The Role of Attitudes in Accounting for Self-selection Effects”, by Bert van Wee and Patricia Mokhtarian.  Chapter 31 in Robin Hickman, David Bonilla, Moshe Givoni, David Banister (eds.), International Handbook on Transport and Development.  Edward Elgar:  Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, in press.
  • “Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-Selection on Travel Behavior:  Methodologies and Empirical Findings”, by Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy. Chapter 1 of Elisabetta Venezia, ed., Urban Sustainable Mobility. Milan: FrancoAngeli, ISBN 978-88-568-3742-1, 2011, pp. 15-100. Combined and updated version of similar material appearing elsewhere, reprinted with permission.
  • Transportation Research Board Special Report 298:  Driving and the Built Environment: The Impacts of Compact Development on Motorized Travel, Energy Use, and CO2 Emissions.  Transportation Research Board (TRB) and Board on Energy and Environmental Systems (BEES) Committee for the Study on the Relationships among Development Patterns, Vehicle Miles Traveled, and Energy Consumption.  TRB, Washington, DC, 2009. http://onlinepubs.trb.org/Onlinepubs/sr/sr298prepub.pdf, accessed August 20, 2010.
  • “Active Travel:  The Role of Self-Selection in Explaining the Effect of Built Environment on Active Travel”, by Susan L. Handy, Xinyu Cao, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Active Living Research (ALR) Research Brief, Fall 2009.  http://activelivingresearch.org/node/12479, accessed August 20, 2010, or http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=1590, accessed May 22, 2012.
  • Review of “Growing Cooler:  The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change”, by Susan Handy and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Journal of the American Planning Association 75(1), 2009, 95-96.  doi: 10.1080/01944360802540364
  • “Neighborhood Design as a Strategy for Improving Air Quality:  Evidence from Northern California”, by Xinyu Cao, Susan Handy, and Patricia Mokhtarian.  In S. Pulugurtha, R. O’Loughlin, and S. Hallmark (eds.), Transportation, Land Use, Planning, and Air Quality:  Pro­ceedings of the 2007 Conference.  Reston, VA:  American Society of Civil Engineers, 2008, 1-13.  Substantially based on the Transportation Research Part D 11(2) and 10(6) articles.
  • The Broader Connection between Public Transportation, Energy Conservation and Greenhouse Gas Reduction, by Linda Bailey, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Andrew Little.  Prepared for the American Public Transit Association (APTA) under Transit Cooperative Research Program Project J-11/Task 3.  February 2008.  Available at http://www.apta.com/research/info/online/land_use.cfm.
  • Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-selection on Travel Behavior:  Methodologies and Empirical Findings, by Xinyu Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Research Report No. UCD-ITS-RR-08-25, Institute of Transpor­tation Studies, Uni­ver­sity of California, Davis, August. Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=1194 or http://repositories.cdlib.org/itsdavis/UCD-ITS-RR-08-25.
  • Transportation Research Board Special Report 298:  Driving and the Built Environment: The Impacts of Compact Development on Motorized Travel, Energy Use, and CO2 Emissions.  Transportation Research Board (TRB) and Board on Energy and Environmental Systems (BEES) Committee for the Study on the Relationships among Development Patterns, Vehicle Miles Traveled, and Energy Consumption.  TRB, Washington, DC, 2009. http://onlinepubs.trb.org/Onlinepubs/sr/sr298prepub.pdf, accessed August 20, 2010.
  • Residential Location Choice and Travel Behavior:  Implications for Air Quality, by Susan Handy, Patricia Mokhtarian, and Theodore Buehler.  Prepared under UC Davis – Caltrans Task Order 31 for the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Environmental Program, Sacra­mento, Calif., December, 2004.  Available at http://aqp.engr.ucdavis.edu/TCM/TCM.html.
  • “Which came First, the Neighborhood or the Walking?” by Susan L. Handy and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Access (a publica­tion of the University of California Transportation Center) 26 (Spring), 2005.  Available at www.uctc.net/access/access26.pdf.
  • A Micro-Analysis of Land Use and Travel in Five Neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area, by Ryuichi Kitamura, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Laura Laidet.  Prepared for the California Air Resources Board, Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-94-28, December 1994.
  • Land Use and Travel Behavior, by Ryuichi Kitamura, Laura Laidet, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Carol Buckinger, and Fred Gianelli.  Prepared for the California Air Resources Board under Contract No. A132-103, Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-94-27, October 1994. Part I (126 pp.) available at http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/apr/past/a132-103a_1.pdf .  Part II:  Attitudes and Mobility (46 pp.) available at http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/apr/past/a132-103_2.pdf .  Appendix A, Survey Instruments (130 pp.), available at http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/apr/past/a132-103b_1.pdf .