Asha Weinstein Agrawal
Asha Weinstein Agrawal
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Extent and correlates of walking in the USA
AW Agrawal, P Schimek
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 12 (8), 548-563, 2007
1272007
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
88*2008
How to pay for transportation? A survey of public preferences in California
J Dill, A Weinstein
Transport Policy 14 (4), 346-356, 2007
542007
Green transportation taxes and fees: A survey of public preferences in California
AW Agrawal, J Dill, H Nixon
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 15 (4), 189-196, 2010
492010
TTSAT: A new approach to mapping transit accessibility
CL Cheng, AW Agrawal
Journal of Public Transportation 13 (1), 4, 2010
402010
How far, by which route, and why? A spatial analysis of pedestrian preference
M Schlossberg, AW Agrawal, K Irvin, VL Bekkouche
MTI Report, 2007
392007
To be a transportation engineer or not? How civil engineering students choose a specialization
AW Agrawal, J Dill
Transportation Research Record 2046 (1), 76-84, 2008
372008
Constraints to green vehicle ownership: A focus group study
BJ Flamm, AW Agrawal
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 17 (2), 108-115, 2012
362012
An assessment of GIS-enabled walkability audits
M Schlossberg, AW Agrawal, K Irvin
URISA Journal 19 (2), 5-11, 2007
352007
Are land use planning and congestion pricing mutually supportive? Evidence from a pilot mileage fee program in Portland, OR
Z Guo, AW Agrawal, J Dill
Journal of the American Planning Association 77 (3), 232-250, 2011
332011
Getting around when you’re just getting by: Transportation survival strategies of the poor
E Blumenberg, AW Agrawal
Journal of Poverty 18 (4), 355-378, 2014
302014
Getting around when you're just getting by: the travel behavior and transportation expenditures of low-income adults.
AW Agrawal, EA Blumenberg, S Abel, G Pierce, CN Darrah
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2011
292011
How far, by which route, and why
M Schlossberg, AW Agrawal, K Irvin, V Bekkouche
A Spatial Analysis of Pedestrian Preference. San Jose, CA: Mineta …, 2007
242007
Shared-use bus priority lanes on city streets: approaches to access and enforcement
AW Agrawal, T Goldman, N Hannaford
Journal of Public Transportation 16 (4), 2, 2013
202013
Measuring walking and cycling using the PABS (pedestrian and bicycling survey) approach: A low-cost survey method for local communities
A Forsyth
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2010
202010
Shared-use bus priority lanes on city streets: Case studies in design and management
AW Agrawal, T Goldman, N Hannaford
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2012
182012
WHAT DO AMERICANS THINK ABOUT FEDERAL TAX OPTIONS TO SUPPORT PUBLIC TRANSIT, HIGHWAYS, AND LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS? RESULTS FROM YEAR OF A NATIONAL SURVEY
AW Agrawal, H Nixon
Proceedings. Annual Conference on Taxation and Minutes of the Annual Meeting …, 2014
17*2014
Can information promote transportation-friendly location decisions? A simulation experiment
DA Rodríguez, J Levine, AW Agrawal, J Song
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (2), 304-312, 2011
172011
What do Americans think about federal transportation tax options? Results from a national survey
AW Agrawal, H Nixon
Mineta Transportation Institute, 2010
172010
What Do Americans Think about Federal Tax Options to Support Public Transit, Highways, and Local Streets and Roads?
AW Agrawal, H Nixon, V Murthy
Results from Year Four of a National Survey. MTI Report, 12-07, 2013
162013
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