Final Studio Class Report: E-Scooters In Rosslyn

SMD in Rosslyn

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MURPs Graduating 2019!

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Final Studio Class Presentation

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Updates

In April, I presented my research on regional coordination of public transport at a workshop in Lund Sweden—organized by the Volvo Education and Research Foundation (VREF) and the Swedish Public Transport Knowledge Center (K2).

I also presented my new paper (as co-author with Eva Heinen) on bicycle parking the Association of American Geographers (AAG) annual meeting in Washington, DC. (Heinen, E., Buehler, R. online first (2019). “Bicycle parking: a systematic review of scientific literature on parking behaviour, parking preferences, and their influence on cycling and travel behavior,” Transport Reviews.)

Moreover, I was part of a panel on Millennials’ Transportation Trends as part of the Mobility International Talks at the 2019 Washington Auto Show in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center organized by the Young Professionals in Transportation DC Chapter.

Last, I was interviewed by Rochester (New York) radio station WXXI about bike lanes and car parking.

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Three New Articles

Heinen, E., Buehler, R. online first (2019). “Bicycle parking: a systematic review of scientific literature on parking behaviour, parking preferences, and their influence on cycling and travel behavior,” Transport Reviews.

Transport Reviews 2019

Le, H.T.K., Buehler, R., Hankey, S. 2019. “Have Walking and Bicycling Increased in the US? A 13-Year Longitudinal Analysis of Traffic Counts from 13 Metropolitan Areas,” Transportation Research Part D, Vol 69.

TRD 2019

Le, H.T.K., Buehler, R., Hankey, S. 2018. “Correlates of the Built Environment on Active Travel: Evidence from 20 US Metropolitan Areas,”Environmental Health Perspectives,Vol. 126, No. 7.

EHP 2018

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Research Featured in Several Media Outlets

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MURP Students Present at TRB Annual Meeting

Today four VT MURP students from our Northern Virginia/ Washington DC campus presented results from a MURP studio class at the TRB Annual Meeting. The poster was based on a peer-reviewed paper.

The poster and paper were titled ‘ A First Look: Comparison of Users and Usage Patterns of Dockless and Docking-Station-Based Bikeshare Systems in Washington, D.C.’

dockless poster

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