Marlon Boarnet
Marlon Boarnet
Professor of Urban Planning and Public Policy at University of Southern California
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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
Travel by design: The influence of urban form on travel
MG Boarnet, R Crane
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2001
Can land-use policy really affect travel behaviour? A study of the link between non-work travel and land-use characteristics
MG Boarnet, S Sarmiento
Urban studies 35 (7), 1155-1169, 1998
Spillovers and the locational effects of public infrastructure
MG Boarnet
Journal of regional science 38 (3), 381-400, 1998
The influence of land use on travel behavior: specification and estimation strategies
M Boarnet, R Crane
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 35 (9), 823-845, 2001
Evaluation of the California Safe Routes to School legislation: urban form changes and children’s active transportation to school
MG Boarnet, CL Anderson, K Day, T McMillan, M Alfonzo
American journal of preventive medicine 28 (2), 134-140, 2005
Built environment as determinant of walking behavior: Analyzing nonwork pedestrian travel in Portland, Oregon
MJ Greenwald, MG Boarnet
Transportation research record 1780 (1), 33-41, 2001
The Irvine–Minnesota inventory to measure built environments: development
K Day, M Boarnet, M Alfonzo, A Forsyth
American journal of preventive medicine 30 (2), 144-152, 2006
Enterprise zones and employment: evidence from New Jersey
MG Boarnet, WT Bogart
Journal of urban economics 40 (2), 198-215, 1996
An empirical model of intrametropolitan population and employment growth
MG Boarnet
Papers in Regional Science 73 (2), 135-152, 1994
A broader context for land use and travel behavior, and a research agenda
MG Boarnet
Journal of the American Planning Association 77 (3), 197-213, 2011
California's Safe Routes to School program: impacts on walking, bicycling, and pedestrian safety
MG Boarnet, K Day, C Anderson, T McMillan, M Alfonzo
Journal of the American Planning Association 71 (3), 301-317, 2005
Johnny walks to school—does Jane? Sex differences in children's active travel to school
T McMillan, K Day, M Boarnet, M Alfonzo, C Anderson
Children Youth and Environments 16 (1), 75-89, 2006
The monocentric model and employment location
MG Boarnet
Journal of Urban Economics 36 (1), 79-97, 1994
The Irvine–Minnesota inventory to measure built environments: reliability tests
MG Boarnet, K Day, M Alfonzo, A Forsyth, M Oakes
American journal of preventive medicine 30 (2), 153-159. e43, 2006
New highways, house prices, and urban development: A case study of toll roads in Orange County, CA
MG Boarnet, S Chalermpong
Housing policy debate 12 (3), 575-605, 2001
Walking, urban design, and health: Toward a cost-benefit analysis framework
MG Boarnet, M Greenwald, TE McMillan
Journal of Planning Education and Research 27 (3), 341-358, 2008
Do highways matter
MG Boarnet, AF Haughwout
Evidence and policy implications of highways’ influence on metropolitan …, 2000
Transit-oriented development in San Diego County: The incremental implementation of a planning idea
MG Boarnet, NS Compin
Journal of the American Planning Association 65 (1), 80-95, 1999
How do local actions affect VMT? A critical review of the empirical evidence
D Salon, MG Boarnet, S Handy, S Spears, G Tal
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 17 (7), 495-508, 2012
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