Jennifer Dill
Jennifer Dill
Professor of Urban Studies & Planning, Portland State University
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Infrastructure, programs, and policies to increase bicycling: An international review
J Pucher, J Dill, S Handy
Preventive medicine 50, S106-S125, 2010
Bicycle commuting and facilities in major US cities: if you build them, commuters will use them
J Dill, T Carr
Transportation research record 1828 (1), 116-123, 2003
Where do cyclists ride? A route choice model developed with revealed preference GPS data
J Broach, J Dill, J Gliebe
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (10), 1730-1740, 2012
Bicycling for transportation and health: the role of infrastructure
J Dill
Journal of public health policy 30, S95-S110, 2009
Factors affecting bicycling demand: initial survey findings from the Portland, Oregon, region
J Dill, K Voros
Transportation Research Record 2031 (1), 9-17, 2007
Measuring network connectivity for bicycling and walking
J Dill
83rd annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 11-15, 2004
Bikeway networks: A review of effects on cycling
R Buehler, J Dill
Transport reviews 36 (1), 9-27, 2016
Four types of cyclists? Examination of typology for better understanding of bicycling behavior and potential
J Dill, N McNeil
Transportation Research Record 2387 (1), 129-138, 2013
Associations between street connectivity and active transportation
D Berrigan, LW Pickle, J Dill
International journal of health geographics 9, 1-18, 2010
Unpacking walkability: Testing the influence of urban design features on perceptions of walking environment attractiveness
A Adkins, J Dill, G Luhr, M Neal
Journal of urban design 17 (4), 499-510, 2012
Women and cycling
J Garrard, S Handy, J Dill
City cycling 2012, 211-234, 2012
Understanding and measuring bicycling behavior: A focus on travel time and route choice
J Dill, J Gliebe
Electric bikes and transportation policy: Insights from early adopters
J Dill, G Rose
Transportation research record 2314 (1), 1-6, 2012
Associations between the objective and perceived built environment and bicycling for transportation
L Ma, J Dill
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (2), 248-255, 2015
Electric bikes in North America: Results of an online survey
J MacArthur, J Dill, M Person
Transportation Research Record 2468 (1), 123-130, 2014
Evaluation of bike boxes at signalized intersections
J Dill, CM Monsere, N McNeil
Accident Analysis & Prevention 44 (1), 126-134, 2012
The objective versus the perceived environment: what matters for bicycling?
L Ma, J Dill, C Mohr
Transportation 41, 1135-1152, 2014
Revisiting the four types of cyclists: Findings from a national survey
J Dill, N McNeil
Transportation research record 2587 (1), 90-99, 2016
How can psychological theory help cities increase walking and bicycling?
J Dill, C Mohr, L Ma
Journal of the American Planning Association 80 (1), 36-51, 2014
Estimating emissions reductions from accelerated vehicle retirement programs
J Dill
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 9 (2), 87-106, 2004
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