Gregory Pierce
Gregory Pierce
Luskin Center for Innovation and Department of Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles
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Getting the Prices Right: An Evaluation of Pricing Parking by Demand in San Francisco
G Pierce, D Shoup
Journal of the American Planning Association 79 (1), 67-81, 2013
A Driving Factor in Mobility? Transportation's Role in Connecting Subsidized Housing and Employment Outcomes in the Moving to Opportunity (MTO) Program
E Blumenberg, G Pierce
Journal of the American Planning Association 80 (1), 52-66, 2014
Automobile ownership and travel by the poor: Evidence from the 2009 National Household Travel Survey
E Blumenberg, G Pierce
Transportation Research Record 2320 (1), 28-36, 2012
Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global North: A critical review
K Meehan, W Jepson, LM Harris, A Wutich, M Beresford, A Fencl, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (6), e1486, 2020
Driving to opportunity: Understanding the links among transportation access, residential outcomes, and economic opportunity for housing voucher recipients
R Pendall, ZMD Christopher Hayes, Arthur (Taz) George, ...
The Urban Institute, 2014
Mistrust at the tap? Factors contributing to public drinking water (mis) perception across US households
G Pierce, S Gonzalez
Water Policy 19 (1), 1-12, 2017
Optimizing the use of public garages: Pricing parking by demand
G Pierce, H Willson, D Shoup
Transport Policy 44, 89-95, 2015
US Households' Perception of Drinking Water as Unsafe and its Consequences: Examining Alternative Choices to the Tap
A Javidi, G Pierce
Water Resources Research 54 (9), 6100-6113, 2018
Climate Change and Social Protection in Bangladesh: Are Existing Programmes Able to Address the Impacts of Climate Change?
C Coirolo, S Commins, I Haque, G Pierce
Development Policy Review 31 (s2), o74-o90, 2013
Unreliable Water Access in US Mobile Homes: Evidence From the American Housing Survey
G Pierce, S Jimenez
Housing Policy Debate 25 (4), 739-753, 2015
The Drive to Work: The Relationship between Transportation Access, Housing Assistance, and Employment among Participants in the Welfare to Work Voucher Program
E Blumenberg, G Pierce
Journal of Planning Education and Research 37 (1), 66-82, 2017
Multimodal travel and the poor: evidence from the 2009 National Household Travel Survey
E Blumenberg, G Pierce
Transportation Letters 6 (1), 36-45, 2014
Getting around when you're just getting by: the travel behavior and transportation expenditures of low-income adults.
AW Agrawal, EA Blumenberg, S Abel, G Pierce, CN Darrah
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2011
The case for state-level drinking water affordability programs: Conceptual and empirical evidence from California
G Pierce, N Chow, JR DeShazo
Utilities Policy 63, 101006, 2020
Hidden Costs and Deadweight Losses: Bundled Parking and Residential Rents in the Metropolitan United States
CJ Gabbe, G Pierce
Housing Policy Debate 27 (2), 217-229, 2017
Parking policy: The effects of residential minimum parking requirements in Seattle
CJ Gabbe, G Pierce, G Clowers
Land Use Policy 91, 104053, 2020
Driving to opportunities: Voucher users, cars, and movement to sustainable neighborhoods
R Pendall, C Hayes, A George, C Dawkins, JS Jeon, E Knaap, ...
Cityscape 17 (2), 57-88, 2015
SFpark: Pricing Parking by Demand
G Pierce, D Shoup
ACCESS Magazine, 2013
Public Drinking Water System Coverage and Its Discontents: The Prevalence and Severity of Water Access Problems in California's Mobile Home Parks
G Pierce, SR Gonzalez
Environmental Justice, 2017
Transportation access, residential location, and economic opportunity: Evidence from two housing voucher experiments
E Blumenberg, G Pierce, M Smart
Cityscape 17 (2), 89-112, 2015
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