Daniel G. Chatman
Daniel G. Chatman
Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley
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Residential choice, the built environment, and nonwork travel: Evidence using new data and methods
DG Chatman
Environment and Planning A 41 (5), 1072-1089, 2009
2822009
Does TOD need the T? On the importance of factors other than rail access
DG Chatman
Journal of the American Planning Association 79 (1), 17-31, 2013
2022013
Deconstructing development density: Quality, quantity and price effects on household non-work travel
DG Chatman
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42 (7), 1008-1030, 2008
1562008
How density and mixed uses at the workplace affect personal commercial travel and commute mode choice
DG Chatman
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2003
139*2003
Traffic and sprawl: Evidence from US commuting, 1985 to 1997
R Crane, DG Chatman
Urban Sprawl in Western Europe and the United States. London: Ashgate, S …, 2004
1292004
Do public transport improvements increase agglomeration economies? A review of literature and an agenda for research
DG Chatman, RB Noland
Transport Reviews 31 (6), 725-742, 2011
1022011
Immigrants and travel demand in the United States
DG Chatman, N Klein
Public Works Management & Policy 13 (4), 312, 2009
932009
Transit service, physical agglomeration and productivity in US metropolitan areas
DG Chatman, RB Noland
Urban Studies, 2014
892014
Evaluating the economic impacts of light rail by measuring home appreciation: A first look at New Jersey’s River Line
DG Chatman, NK Tulach, K Kim
Urban Studies, 2011
802011
How will smart growth land-use policies affect travel? A theoretical discussion on the importance of residential sorting
X Cao, D Chatman
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (1), 58-73, 2016
63*2016
Theory versus implementation in congestion-priced parking: An evaluation of SFpark, 2011–2012
DG Chatman, M Manville
Research in Transportation Economics 44, 52-60, 2014
572014
How the built environment influences non-work travel: Theoretical and empirical essays
DG Chatman
University of California, Los Angeles, 2005
472005
Developing a new methodology for analyzing potential displacement
K Chapple, P Waddell, D Chatman, M Zuk, A Loukaitou-Sideris, P Ong, ...
382017
Why do immigrants drive less? Confirmations, complications, and new hypotheses from a qualitative study in New Jersey, USA
DG Chatman, NJ Klein
Transport Policy 30, 336-344, 2013
372013
Emerging planning challenges in retail: The case of Wal-Mart
MG Boarnet, R Crane, DG Chatman, M Manville
Journal of the American Planning Association 71 (4), 433-449, 2005
372005
As jobs sprawl, whither the commute?
R Crane, DG Chatman
Access 23, 14-19, 2003
342003
Explaining the “immigrant effect” on auto use: the influences of neighborhoods and preferences
DG Chatman
Transportation 41 (3), 441-461, 2014
332014
Estimating the effect of land use and transportation planning on travel patterns: Three problems in controlling for residential self-selection
DG Chatman
Journal of Transport and Land use 7 (3), 47-56, 2014
312014
Transit-oriented development and travel: A study of California cities
DG Chatman
Sacramento: California Department of Transportation, 2006
23*2006
A mode choice analysis of school trips in New Jersey
RB Noland, H Park, LA von Hagen, DG Chatman
Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting, 2012
212012
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