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Jamey M. B. Volker
Jamey M. B. Volker
Postdoctoral Researcher, UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies; Attorney, Volker Law
Verified email at ucdavis.edu
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Why do people like bicycling? Modeling affect toward bicycling
Y Xing, J Volker, S Handy
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 56, 22-32, 2018
342018
Economic impacts on local businesses of investments in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure: a review of the evidence
JMB Volker, S Handy
Transport reviews 41 (4), 401-431, 2021
202021
Repurposing the paving: The case of surplus residential parking in Davis, CA
CG Thigpen, JMB Volker
Cities 70, 111-121, 2017
172017
Cutting greenhouse gas emissions is only the beginning: a literature review of the co-benefits of reducing vehicle miles traveled.
K Fang, J Volker
National Center for Sustainable Transportation, 2017
122017
Induced vehicle travel in the environmental review process
JMB Volker, AE Lee, S Handy
Transportation Research Record 2674 (7), 468-479, 2020
112020
Streamlining the development approval process in a post–level of service Los Angeles
JMB Volker, AE Lee, DT Fitch
Journal of the American Planning Association 85 (2), 114-132, 2019
102019
A New Metric in Town: A Survey of Local Planners on California’s Switch from LOS to VMT
JMB Volker, J Kaylor, A Lee
Findings, 2019
82019
Travel of diverse populations: Literature review
E Blumenberg, M Donahue, S Handy, K Lovejoy, C Rodier, S Shaheen, ...
82007
Water Supplies Finally Take Center Stage in the Land Use Planning Arena
J Volker
Ecology LQ 35, 573, 2008
62008
Projecting reductions in vehicle kilometers traveled from new bicycle facilities
J Volker, S Handy
Findings, 2019
42019
Not enough parking, you say? A study of garage use and parking supply for single-family homes in Sacramento and implications for ADUs
J Volker, C Thigpen
Journal of Transport and Land Use 15 (1), 183-206, 2022
22022
Exploring Homeowners’ Openness to Building Accessory Dwelling Units in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area
JMB Volker, S Handy
Journal of the American Planning Association, 1-16, 2022
12022
Increasing Highway Capacity Induces More Auto Travel
J Volker, S Handy
2023
Updating the Induced Travel Calculator
J Volker, SL Handy
National Center for Sustainable Transportation (NCST)(UTC), 2022
2022
Single-Family Neighborhoods in Sacramento Have Sufficient Parking to Accommodate Accessory Dwelling Units
J Volker, C Thigpen
2022
Reckoning with Induced Vehicle Travel
J Volker
2022
The Induced Travel Calculator and Its Applications
J Volker, SL Handy
2021
Environmental Reviews Fail to Accurately Analyze Induced Vehicle Travel from Highway Expansion Projects
J Volker, A Lee, S Handy
Institute of Transportation Studies, Working Paper Series, 2021
2021
Assessing Transportation Impacts Using Vehicle Miles Traveled Rather Than Level of Service Can Incentivize Infill Development
J Volker, A Lee, D Fitch
2020
Exploring the Changing Faces of Housing Development and Demand in California: Millennials, Casitas, and Reducing VMT
JMB Volker
University of California, Davis, 2020
2020
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