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Are Cycling and Walking Good for All? Tracking Differences in Associations among Active Travel, Socioeconomics, Gentrification, and Self-reported Health

While the health benefits of cycling and walking have been well established, questions remain about whether these benefits hold in varying socioeconomic contexts, including across demographic groups and in the context of neighborhood change. This …

The Effects of Driver Licensing Laws on Immigrant Travel

Car use is critical to improving access to opportunities, especially for low-wage immigrants whose jobs are dispersed and when transit service is minimal. But many states have restricted the ability of undocumented immigrants to obtain drivers …

The Burden of Choice? Assessing the Impact of School Choice on Student Travel and Household Activity in Philadelphia

The debate over school choice generally neglects the effects of school choice on student and household travel, and additional work is needed to understand how transportation policies foster educational equity or exacerbate inequity in large urban …