Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting

Cycling under influence: Summarizing the influence of attitudes, habits, social environments and perceptions on cycling for transportation


Does distance matter? Exploring the links among values, motivations and satisfaction in walking trips


Examining the response of varying households to the walkability of their neighbourhood for non-work trip purposes


Neighborhood travel behavior: A factor and cluster analysis to understand travel behavior in the Montréal metropolitan region


Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference


Towards equitable transit: Examining transit accessibility and social need in Toronto, Canada 1996-2006.            



Prioritizing and balancing environmental and social equity goals: A review of current North American transportation plans



Testing walkability indices: How well do walkability indices predict pedestrian behavior?



New Research on Pedestrian and Bicycle Behavior: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Habits. Presented at the Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference, Long Beach, CA September 2012.

An examination of the relationship among cyclists' motivations, satisfaction levels and neighbourhood bikeability. Presented at the IATBR (International Association of Travel Behavior Research) Toronto, ON. June 2012

The socio-economics of Walking. Presented at the Walking and the Life of the City Symposium. New York, NY. June 2012.