Andrew Mondschein
Andrew Mondschein
Professor of Urban Planning, University of Virginia
Verified email at virginia.edu
TitleCited byYear
Accessibility and cognition: The effect of transport mode on spatial knowledge
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, B Taylor
Urban studies 47 (4), 845-866, 2010
572010
Seeing Our Signals: Combining location traces and web-based models for personal discovery
E Agapie, G Chen, D Houston, E Howard, J Kim, MY Mun, A Mondschein, ...
Proceedings of the 9th workshop on Mobile computing systems and applications …, 2008
502008
Cognitive mapping, travel behavior, and access to opportunity
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
Transportation Research Record 1985 (1), 266-272, 2006
282006
Accessibility and cognition: the effect of transportation mode on spatial knowledge
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
202008
Five-star transportation: using online activity reviews to examine mode choice to non-work destinations
A Mondschein
Transportation 42, 707-722, 2015
152015
Is traffic congestion overrated? Examining the highly variable effects of congestion on travel and accessibility
A Mondschein, BD Taylor
Journal of transport geography 64, 65-76, 2017
132017
Uneven access to opportunities: Welfare recipients, jobs, and employment support services in Los Angeles
EA Blumenberg, PM Ong, A Mondschein
132002
Congestion and Accessibility: What's the Relationship
A Mondschein, S Brumbaugh, BD Taylor
88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2009
92009
Spatial models of active travel in small communities: merging the goals of traffic monitoring and direct-demand modeling
S Hankey, T Lu, A Mondschein, R Buehler
Journal of Transport & Health 7, 149-159, 2017
82017
Going mental: everyday travel and the cognitive map
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
82013
Congestion and Accessibility: What's the Relationship
A Mondschein, BD Taylor, S Brumbaugh
82011
Designing a bicycle and pedestrian traffic monitoring program to estimate annual average daily traffic in a small rural college town
T Lu, R Buehler, A Mondschein, S Hankey
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 53, 193-204, 2017
62017
Passeggiata Nuova: Social Travel in the Era of the Smartphone
A Mondschein
The Routledge International Handbook of Walking, 2017
42017
Out of Many, One Neighborhood: mapping and understanding neighborhoods as the aggregates of individuals' cognitive maps
AS Mondschein
University of California, Los Angeles, 2004
42004
Adding temporal information to direct-demand models: Hourly estimation of bicycle and pedestrian traffic in Blacksburg, VA
T Lu, A Mondschein, R Buehler, S Hankey
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 63, 244-260, 2018
32018
Not so fast? Examining neighborhood-level effects of traffic congestion on job access
T Thomas, A Mondschein, T Osman, BD Taylor
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 113, 529-541, 2018
32018
Congested Development: A Study of Traffic Delays, Access and Economic Activity in Metropolitan Los Angeles
A Mondschein, T Osman, BD Taylor, T Thomas
32015
Nowhere to Run: Speed, Proximity, and their Relative Contributions to Accessibility
T Thomas, A Mondschein, T Osman, BD Taylor
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
22016
More than just exercise: Walking in today’s cities
A Mondschein
Paper 107 submitted to TRB 2012 Annual Meeting 108, 2011
22011
Cognitive Mapping, Travel Behavior, and Access to Opportunity. Paper submitted for presentation at the 85 th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, November 15, 2006
M Andrew, E Blumenberg, D Taylor Brian
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