Ralph Buehler, PhD is Associate Professor in Urban Affairs & Planning and a Faculty Fellow with the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech’s Alexandria Center. 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.
Ralph is the author or coauthor of over 45 refereed articles in academic journals, the book City Cycling (MIT Press), as well as reports to federal and local governments, NGOs, and for profit industry organizations. He currently serves as chair of the TRB committee on Bicycle Transportation. 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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