Susan Handy
TitleCited byYear
How the built environment affects physical activity: views from urban planning
SL Handy, MG Boarnet, R Ewing, RE Killingsworth
American journal of preventive medicine 23 (2), 64-73, 2002
17732002
Built environment correlates of walking: a review
BE Saelens, SL Handy
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 40 (7 Suppl), S550, 2008
16402008
Measuring accessibility: an exploration of issues and alternatives
SL Handy, DA Niemeier
Environment and planning A 29 (7), 1175-1194, 1997
15081997
Infrastructure, programs, and policies to increase bicycling: an international review
J Pucher, J Dill, S Handy
Preventive medicine 50, S106-S125, 2010
13272010
Correlation or causality between the built environment and travel behavior? Evidence from Northern California
S Handy, X Cao, P Mokhtarian
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 10 (6), 427-444, 2005
10012005
Perceived and objective environmental measures and physical activity among urban adults
CM Hoehner, LKB Ramirez, MB Elliott, SL Handy, RC Brownson
American journal of preventive medicine 28 (2), 105-116, 2005
9612005
Examining the impacts of residential self‐selection on travel behaviour: a focus on empirical findings
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transport reviews 29 (3), 359-395, 2009
8192009
Methodologies for exploring the link between urban form and travel behavior
S Handy
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 1 (2), 151-165, 1996
6841996
Smart growth and the transportation-land use connection: What does the research tell us?
S Handy
International regional science review 28 (2), 146-167, 2005
6262005
Measuring the unmeasurable: Urban design qualities related to walkability
R Ewing, S Handy
Journal of Urban design 14 (1), 65-84, 2009
6252009
Self-selection in the relationship between the built environment and walking: Empirical evidence from Northern California
S Handy, X Cao, PL Mokhtarian
Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (1), 55-74, 2006
6092006
Urban form and pedestrian choices: study of Austin neighborhoods
SL Handy
Transportation research record 1552 (1), 135-144, 1996
4671996
Local shopping as a strategy for reducing automobile travel
SL Handy, KJ Clifton
Transportation 28 (4), 317-346, 2001
4592001
The influences of the built environment and residential self-selection on pedestrian behavior: evidence from Austin, TX
X Cao, SL Handy, PL Mokhtarian
Transportation 33 (1), 1-20, 2006
4512006
Understanding the link between urban form and nonwork travel behavior
SL Handy
Journal of planning education and research 15 (3), 183-198, 1996
4491996
Identifying and measuring urban design qualities related to walkability
R Ewing, S Handy, RC Brownson, O Clemente, E Winston
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 3 (s1), S223-S240, 2006
4112006
Do changes in neighborhood characteristics lead to changes in travel behavior? A structural equations modeling approach
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transportation 34 (5), 535-556, 2007
4012007
Regional versus local accessibility: Implications for nonwork travel
S Handy
3971993
Regional versus local accessibility: neo-traditional development and its implications for non-work travel
SL Handy
Built Environment (1978-), 253-267, 1992
3301992
The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California
XJ Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43 (5), 548-559, 2009
3162009
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