Ralph Buehler, PhD is Professor and Chair of Urban Affairs and Planning in the School of Public and International Affairs at Virginia Tech’s Research Center in Arlington, VA. Most of his research has an international comparative perspective, contrasting transport and land-use policies, transport systems, and travel behavior in Western Europe and North America.
In addition to over 70 articles in refereed academic journals, Ralph is also the author or co-author of chapters in edited books, reports to federal and local governments, NGOs, and for-profit industry organizations, and the edited books City Cycling and Cycling for Sustainable Cities (both MIT Press). Between 2012 and 2018, he served as chair of the Committee for Bicycle Transportation of the Transportation Research Board (TRB). His research interests include:
(1) the influence of transport policy, land use, and socio-demographics on travel behavior;
(2) active travel and public health; and
(3) public transport demand, supply, regional coordination, and financial efficiency.
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