Marc Schlossberg
TitleCited byYear
School trips: effects of urban form and distance on travel mode
M Schlossberg, J Greene, PP Phillips, B Johnson, B Parker
Journal of the American planning association 72 (3), 337-346, 2006
4422006
Active community environments and health: the relationship of walkable and safe communities to individual health
S Doyle, A Kelly-Schwartz, M Schlossberg, J Stockard
Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (1), 19-31, 2006
3362006
Delineating" public" and" participation" in PPGIS
M Schlossberg, E Shuford
Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 2005
3152005
Comparing transit-oriented development sites by walkability indicators
M Schlossberg, N Brown
Transportation Research Record 1887 (1), 34-42, 2004
1782004
Is sprawl unhealthy? A multilevel analysis of the relationship of metropolitan sprawl to the health of individuals
AC Kelly-Schwartz, J Stockard, S Doyle, M Schlossberg
Journal of Planning Education and Research 24 (2), 184-196, 2004
1662004
How far, by which route and why? A spatial analysis of pedestrian preference
A Weinstein Agrawal, M Schlossberg, K Irvin
Journal of urban design 13 (1), 81-98, 2008
83*2008
Developing statewide indices of environmental, economic, and social sustainability: a look at Oregon and the Oregon Benchmarks
M Schlossberg, A Zimmerman
Local Environment 8 (6), 641-660, 2003
702003
How do they get there? A spatial analysis of a ‘sprawl school’in Oregon
M Schlossberg, PP Phillips, B Johnson, B Parker
Planning Practice & Research 20 (2), 147-162, 2005
602005
From TIGER to audit instruments: Measuring neighborhood walkability with street data based on geographic information systems
M Schlossberg
Transportation Research Record 1982 (1), 48-56, 2006
522006
GIS, the US census and neighbourhood scale analysis
M Schlossberg
Planning, Practice & Research 18 (2-3), 213, 2003
372003
How far, by which route, and why? A spatial analysis of pedestrian preference
M Schlossberg, AW Agrawal, K Irvin, VL Bekkouche
MTI Report, 2007
362007
An assessment of GIS-enabled walkability audits
M Schlossberg, AW Agrawal, K Irvin
URISA Journal 19 (2), 5-11, 2007
292007
Participatory geographic information systems and active transportation: collecting data and creating change
M Schlossberg, C Brehm
Transportation Research Record 2105 (1), 83-91, 2009
242009
Coordination as a strategy for serving the transportation disadvantaged: A comparative framework of local and state roles
M Schlossberg
Public Works Management & Policy 9 (2), 132-144, 2004
232004
Active Transportation, Citizen Engagement and Livability: Coupling Citizens and Smartphones to Make the Change.
M Schlossberg, C Evers, K Kato, C Brehm
Journal of the Urban & Regional Information Systems Association 24 (2), 2012
192012
From TIGER to audit instruments: using GIS-based street data to measure neighborhood walkability
M Schlossberg
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2006
152006
Teaching by doing: PPGIS and classroom-based service learning
M Schlossberg, D Wyss
URISA Journal 19 (1), 13-22, 2007
102007
Using Spatial Indicators for Pre-and Post-Development Analysis of TOD Areas: A Case Study of Portland and the Silicon Valley
M Schlossberg, N Brown, E Bossard, D Roemer
MTI Report, 03-03, 2004
92004
Developing coordination policies for paratransit and the transportation disadvantaged
M Schlossberg
Transportation research record 1841 (1), 73-80, 2003
42003
Visualizing accessibility II: access to food
M Schlossberg
Institute of Mathematical Geography, 2004
32004
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