Andrew Mondschein
Andrew Mondschein
Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning, University of Virginia
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Attitudes towards privately-owned and shared autonomous vehicles
S Wang, Z Jiang, RB Noland, AS Mondschein
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 72, 297-306, 2020
Accessibility and cognition: The effect of transport mode on spatial knowledge
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, B Taylor
Urban Studies 47 (4), 845-866, 2010
Planning for walking and cycling in an autonomous-vehicle future
B Botello, R Buehler, S Hankey, A Mondschein, Z Jiang
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 1, 100012, 2019
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
The urban built environment, walking and mental health outcomes among older adults: a pilot study
J Roe, A Mondschein, C Neale, L Barnes, M Boukhechba, S Lopez
Frontiers in public health, 528, 2020
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
Cognitive mapping, travel behavior, and access to opportunity
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
Transportation research record 1985 (1), 266-272, 2006
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
New directions in cognitive-environmental research: Applications to urban planning and design
A Mondschein, ST Moga
Journal of the American Planning Association 84 (3-4), 263-275, 2018
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
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
Five-star transportation: using online activity reviews to examine mode choice to non-work destinations
A Mondschein
Transportation 42, 707-722, 2015
Congestion and Accessibility: What’s the Relationship?
A Mondschein, BD Taylor, S Brumbaugh
Accessibility and cognition: the effect of transportation mode on spatial knowledge
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
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
Synthesizing neighborhood preferences for automated vehicles
W Zhang, K Wang, S Wang, Z Jiang, A Mondschein, RB Noland
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 120, 102774, 2020
Going mental: everyday travel and the cognitive map
A Mondschein, E Blumenberg, BD Taylor
Uneven access to opportunities: Welfare recipients, jobs, and employment support services in Los Angeles
EA Blumenberg, PM Ong, A Mondschein
Does traffic congestion influence the location of new business establishments? An analysis of the San Francisco Bay Area
T Osman, T Thomas, A Mondschein, BD Taylor
Urban Studies 56 (5), 1026-1041, 2019
Spatial Distributions of Attitudes and Preferences towards Autonomous Vehicles
Z Jiang, S Wang, A Mondschein, RB Noland
Transport Findings, 2020
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