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Julene Paul
Julene Paul
Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of Texas at Arlington
Verified email at uta.edu
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Travel in the digital age: Vehicle ownership and technology-facilitated accessibility
E Blumenberg, J Paul, G Pierce
Transport Policy 103, 86-94, 2021
282021
Pandemic transit: Examining transit use changes and equity implications in Boston, Houston, and Los Angeles
J Paul, BD Taylor
Transportation, 1-29, 2022
162022
Who lives in transit-friendly neighborhoods? An analysis of California neighborhoods over time
J Paul, BD Taylor
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 10, 100341, 2021
152021
Transit Blues in the Golden State: Analyzing Recent California Ridership Trends
BD Taylor, E Blumenberg, JL Wasserman, M Garrett
112020
What’s Behind Recent Transit Ridership Trends in the Bay Area? Volume I: Overview and Analysis of Underlying Factors
E Blumenberg, M Garrett, H King, J Paul, M Ruvolo, A Schouten, ...
10*2020
Work from home behaviors among US urban and rural residents
J Paul
Journal of Rural Studies 96, 101-111, 2022
92022
What’s behind recent transit ridership trends in the bay area? volume ii: Trends among major transit operators
JL Wasserman, BD Taylor, E Blumenberg, M Garrett, H King, J Paul, ...
62020
Is spatial mismatch really spatial, and really a mismatch? Recent evidence on employment among Hispanic and Black people in the US
J Paul, EA Morris
Journal of Urban Affairs 46 (3), 543-564, 2024
12024
Vehicle ownership rates: The role of lifecycle, period, and cohort effects
J Paul, E Blumenberg
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 21, 100892, 2023
12023
The Hangover: Assessing Impact of Major Service Interruptions on Urban Rail Transit Ridership
J Paul, MJ Smart
Transportation Research Record 2648 (1), 79-85, 2017
12017
Peaked too soon? Analyzing the shifting patterns of PM peak period travel in Southern California
S Speroni, F Siddiq, J Paul, BD Taylor
Travel Behaviour and Society 36, 100787, 2024
2024
Subsidized Electric Carsharing: Can BlueLA Meet the Needs of Low-Income Travelers in Los Angeles
J Paul, M Pinski, M Brozen, E Blumenberg
2024
Temporary versus Permanent Pandemic Transit Leavers: Findings from the 2022 US National Household Travel Survey
J Paul
Findings, 2024
2024
Hitchhiking on the digital highway: Assessing the costs and benefits of informal ridesharing
J Paul
Transportation, 1-32, 2023
2023
Can Subsidized Carshare Programs Enhance Access for Low-Income Travelers? A Case Study of BlueLA in Los Angeles
J Paul, M Pinski, M Brozen, E Blumenberg
Journal of the American Planning Association, 1-14, 2023
2023
3 PM Is the New 5 PM: Post-Pandemic Travel Patterns in Southern California Are Shifting
S Speroni, F Siddiq, J Paul, BD Taylor, YH Hwang
2023
Shifting transit use in COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for transit’s recovery
J Paul, BD Taylor
2023
Sharing In and Sharing Out: The Equity Implications of Informal Vehicle-Sharing
J Paul
UCLA, 2023
2023
Commuting in America 2021: Brief 21.2. Vehicle Availability Patterns and Trends
E Blumenberg, J Paul, G Pierce
https://traveltrends.transportation.org/portfolio/brief-21-2-vehicle …, 2021
2021
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