REID EWING portrait
  • Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning
  • Director of the Metropolitan Research Center-
954-895-5128

Presentations

  • Flexible Parking for the Future, NCTCOG, Arlington, TX “Trip & Parking Generation at TODs: 5 U.S. Case Studies/Trip & Parking Generation Rates for Different Housing Types: Effects of Compact Development”. , Presented, 2017.
  • Mayor’s Symposium, Salt Lake City, UT “Research Findings”. , Presented, 2016.
  • Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, Winnipeg, Canada “Built Environment and Public Health”. , Presented, 2016.
  • Center for Geographic Information Systems, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA “Costs of Sprawl 2015”. , Presented, 2016.
  • May 29, 2015: Next Generation Transportation for a Sustainable Future, University of Wisconsin at Madison “Built Environment and Travel”. , Presented, 2015.
  • Oregon Chapter of American Planning Association, 2014 Planning Conference, Portland, OR “Sprawl and Its Quality-of-Life Impacts”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Northwest Transportation Conference, Corvallis, OR “VMT Growth and Climate Change”. , Presented, 2014.
  • ULI North Texas TOD Summit, Dallas, TX “Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Utah Institute of Transportation Engineers, Salt Lake City, UT “Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Citizens for Modern Transit, St. Louis, MO “Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Growing Compact, Department of Design & Planning in Complex Environments University of Venice, Venice, Italy “The High Costs of Sprawl”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Causier Lecture Series, Department of Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee “Growing Cooler: Climate Change in Urban Areas”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Community Workshop, Mid-America Regional Council, Kansas City, KS “Energy Efficiency and Urban Design". , Presented, 2012.
  • Community Forum at University of New Orleans, New Orleans “Best Development Practices”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Complete Streets for California 2012, University of California at Los Angeles “What Should be the Role of Complete and Living Streets in the Larger Transportation Network?”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Beyond LEED: Regenerative Design, a Symposium, University of Texas at Austin “LEED-ND: A Framework for a Simpler, Empirically Based Program”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Solutions for Sustainable Communities, National Housing Conference, Washington, D.C. “Smart Growth Tools: An Analysis of the Efficacy of State and Local Efforts”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Annual Conference, Oregon Planning Institute, Eugene, OR “Successful TODs and the 7Ds”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Executive Summit, Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce, Sundance, UT “There’s Transit in Your Future”. , Presented, 2011.
  • APEC Cooperative Energy Efficiency Design for Sustainability, Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation, San Francisco, CA “Successful TODs and the 7Ds”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiative Forum, Bipartisan Policy Center, Salt Lake City, UT “7Ds and Physical Activity”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre Annual Conference, Tokyo, Japan “Growing Cooler: The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association, Columbia, MO “Creating Healthy Communities”. , Presented, 2010.
  • Women’s Transportation Seminar, Salt Lake City, UT “Growing Cooler”. , Presented, 2010.
  • October 14-15, 2017: Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Denver, CO “Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments: Five U.S. Case Studies” “Does Sprawl Hold Down Upward Mobility?”. , Presented, 2017.
  • October 6, 2017: Utah Chapter, American Planning Association, Park City, UT “Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments: Five U.S. Case Studies”. , Presented, 2017.
  • March 17, 2017: Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Annual Conference, Denver, CO “Don’t Trip Over Parking – Part 2”. , Presented, 2017.
  • March 10-11, 2017: ACSP Administrators Conference, Reston, VA “Increasing Student Diversity: Some Transferable Lessons”. , Presented, 2017.
  • January 19, 2017: 2017 Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Conference, Salt Lake City “Trip Generation”. , Presented, 2017.
  • January 10, 2017: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. “Testing Newman and Kenworthy’s Theory of Density and Automobile Dependence”. , Presented, 2017.
  • November 3-5, 2016: Annual Meeting, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Portland, OR “Testing the Theories of Newman and Kenworthy” “Characterizing the Built Environment: From Sprawl Indices to Neighborhood Typologies”. , Presented, 2016.
  • October 11, 2016: Rail-Volution 2016, San Francisco, CA “Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments”. , Presented, 2016.
  • October 6, 2016: APA-Utah Fall 2016 Conference, Farmington, UT “Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments”. , Presented, 2016.
  • September 22, 2016: New Town Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA “Development Lessons from Today’s Most Successful New Towns”. , Presented, 2016.
  • September 9, 2016: Transportation & Communities Summit, Portland State University “Redesigning Suburbia”. , Presented, 2016.
  • July 18, 2016: Mid-Year Meeting, Transportation Research Board, Salt Lake City “Sprawl and Upward Mobility”. , Presented, 2016.
  • July 15, 2016: Webinar, Transportation and Land Development Committee, Transportation Research Board “Internal Capture in Mixed-use Developments and Mode Shares in Transit-Oriented Developments”. , Presented, 2016.
  • June 29, 2016: Wasatch Choice 2050 Summit, Wasatch Front Regional Council, Salt Lake City, UT “Measuring Urban Design Qualities Related to Walkability”. , Presented, 2016.
  • May 20, 2016: Spring 2016 Conference, Utah APA, Vernal, UT “How Affordable Is HUD Affordable Housing”. , Presented, 2016.
  • April 6, 2016: Urbanscapes Symposium, World Bank, Washington, D.C. “Measuring Urban Design and Predicting Pedestrian Activity”. , Presented, 2016.
  • April 4, 2016: National Planning Conference, American Planning Association, Phoenix, AZ “Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs)”. , Presented, 2016.
  • April 1, 2016: Stegner Symposium, College of Law, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT “Sprawl in Its Proper Perspective”. , Presented, 2016.
  • March 10, 2016: Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Denver, CO “Don’t Trip Over Parking: Tools for Planners”. , Presented, 2016.
  • January 11-12, 2016: Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. “Transit’s Value as Reflected in U.S. Single-Family Home Premiums: Meta-analysis” “How Affordable Is HUD Affordable Housing?”. , Presented, 2016.
  • October 26, 2015: Rail-Volution, Dallas, TX “Just the Facts: New Research on Land Use, Traffic and Urban Design”. , Presented, 2015.
  • October 26, 2015: Rail-Volution, Dallas, TX “Just the Facts: New Research on Land Use, Traffic and Urban Design”. , Presented, 2015.
  • October 24, 2015: Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Houston, TX “How Affordable is HUD Affordable Housing?”. , Presented, 2015.
  • October 24, 2015: Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Houston, TX “How Affordable is HUD Affordable Housing?”. , Presented, 2015.
  • Oregon Transportation Summit, Portland, OR “Effects of Light-Rail Transit on Traffic in a Travel Corridor”. , Presented, 2015.
  • June 21, 2015: Research & Technology Committee, American Public Transportation Association, Salt Lake City, UT “Effects of Light Rail Transit”. , Presented, 2015.
  • June 21, 2015: Research & Technology Committee, American Public Transportation Association, Salt Lake City, UT “Effects of Light Rail Transit”. , Presented, 2015.
  • June 21, 2015: Research & Technology Committee, American Public Transportation Association, Salt Lake City, UT “Effects of Light Rail Transit”. , Presented, 2015.
  • January 12, 2015: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. “Traffic Generated by Mixed-Use Developments: 13-Region Study Using Consistent Built Environmental Measures” “Urban Sprawl as a Risk Factor in Motor Vehicle Crashes”. , Presented, 2015.
  • Nestle Nutrition Conference, Mexico City, Mexico. “Built Environment: Opportunities and Evidence for Promotion of Health and Prevention of Obesity and Diabetes”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Street Connectivity Workshop, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2014.
  • Using Data about Buildings to Improve Cities, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ “Measuring Urban Design”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Western Planners Association/Utah APA, Salt Lake City, UT “Measuring Urban Sprawl and Its Quality-of-Life Impacts”. , Presented, 2014.
  • BRT Webinar, Regional Transportation Alliance of Raleigh-Durham, Webinar. , Presented, 2014.
  • Traffic Calming: Strategies that Work, UC Berkeley Institute of Transportation Studies, Webinar. , Presented, 2014.
  • Oregon Chapter of American Planning Association, 2014 Planning Conference, Portland, OR “Transportation Models and Metrics”. , Presented, 2014.
  • National Planning Conference, American Planning Association, Atlanta, GA “Scenario-Planning Innovations”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Greenprints Conference, Atlanta, GA “Metrics of Urbanism”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Urban Transport Sustainability Workshop, Center on Sustainable Urban Development, Santiago, Chile. , Presented, 2013.
  • Università Iuav di Venezia, Venice, Italy “Growing Compact”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Dublin, Ireland “Combined Effects of Compact Development, Transportation Investments, and Road User Pricing on Vehicle Miles Traveled in Urbanized Areas”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Congress for the New Urbanism, Salt Lake City “Mixed-Use Developments: Less Traffic, Better Analysis". , Presented, 2013.
  • Transit Academy, Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City “Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design Simplified". , Presented, 2013.
  • Legal and Policy Pathways for Energy Innovation, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN “Achieving Sustainable Communities”. , Presented, 2013.
  • National Association of Environmental Professionals, Los Angeles, CA “Getting Trip Generation Right". , Presented, 2013.
  • National Planning Conference, Chicago, IL “Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Denver, CO “Evidence-Based Smart Growth”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre, Tokyo, Japan “Better Urban Planning and Clean Cities”. , Presented, 2013.
  • Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. “Validating Urban Design Measures". , Presented, 2013.
  • November 2-3: Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Cincinnati, OH “Debating the Merits of Planning Research” “Validating Urban Design Measures". , Presented, 2012.
  • Designing Cities, National Association of City Transportation Officials, New York “Legality of Livable Streets. , Presented, 2012.
  • Utah APA Fall Conference, Salt Lake City, UT “Scenario Planning: Exploring Envision Tomorrow Plus”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Salt Lake City, UT “Validating Urban Design” “Toward a Definition of Livability”. , Presented, 2012.
  • World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, Australia “Climate Change Impacts and Responses in the Southeastern United States”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Sustainable Transportation Planning, APA Planners Training Service, Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2012.
  • FHWA/FTA Scenario Planning Workshop, Denver Regional Council of Governments, Denver, CO. , Presented, 2012.
  • Mid-America Regional Council Workshop, Energy Efficiency and Urban Design, Kansas City, MO. , Presented, 2012.
  • National Planning Conference, Los Angeles “Getting Trip Generation Right”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Annual Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Conference, Denver “Growing Cooler”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference, San Diego “Getting Trip Generation Right: A New Method for Mixed-Use Developments”. , Presented, 2012.
  • Utah Department of Transportation Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT “Mixed Use Trip Generation and What It Means for Infrastructure” “The Wasatch Choice for 2040: The Tools to Implement the Vision”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Utah Department of Transportation Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT “Mixed Use Trip Generation and What It Means for Infrastructure” “The Wasatch Choice for 2040: The Tools to Implement the Vision”. , Presented, 2011.
  • Congress for the New Urbanism, Madison, WI “Prediction of Transportation Outcomes for LEED-ND Pilot Projects”. , Presented, 2011.
  • National Planning Conference, American Planning Association, Boston, MA “Barriers to Complete and Livable Streets” “Social Impacts of Planning”. , Presented, 2011.
  • 20th Anniversary Land Use Conference, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Denver, CO “Transportation Costs of New Development”. , Presented, 2011.
  • New England Smart Growth Leadership Forum, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Boston, MA “Aspects of the Built Environment that Matter Most in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emission”. , Presented, 2010.
  • 48th International Making Cities Livable Conference, Charleston, S.C. “School Location and Student Travel: Analysis of Factors Affecting Mode Choice in Three Metropolitan Areas”. , Presented, 2010.
  • Transportation for Livable Communities, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. “Rewriting the Playbook: Updating Traffic Engineering and Planning Manuals to Refl ect Livability Principles”. , Presented, 2010.
  • The Rail Ahead Conference, Western High-Speed Rail Alliance, Las Vegas, NV “Portland, Oregon as a Model”. , Presented, 2010.
  • 2010 Fall Conference, Utah Chapter of the American Planning Association, Salt Lake City, UT “Land Use and Transportation Integration”. , Presented, 2010.
  • International Meeting: Metropolitan Management and Transportation, Empresa Metropolitana de Transportes Urbanos, Sao Paulo, Brazil “Growing Cooler”. , Presented, 2010.
  • International Workshop on Urban Transportation Management and Environmental Policy, Beijing Transportation Research Center, Beijing, China “Best Practices in Metropolitan Traffic Management”. , Presented, 2010.
  • Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. “Traffic Generated by Mixed-Use Developments: 13-Region Study Using Consistent Built Environmental Measures” “Urban Sprawl as a Risk Factor in Motor Vehicle Crashes”. , Presented, 2015.
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Philadelphia, PA “Big Ideas Session – Planners and Climate Change: Implication of the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment and the National Climate Assessment” “Varying Influences of the Built Environment on Household Travel in Fifteen Diverse Regions of the United States”. , Presented, 2014.
  • Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Varying Influences of the Built Environment on Household Travel in Ten Diverse Regions of the United States. , Presented, 2014.

Publications

  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). U.S. Traffic Calming Manual. American Planning Association/American Society of Civil Engineers, Chicago. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Advanced Quantitative Research Methods for Urban Planners,. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Basic Quantitative Research Methods for Urban Planners,. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Best Practices in Metropolitan Transportation Planning. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Measuring Urban Design. Island Press. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design. American Planning Association - an abridged version was published by the International City/County Management Association for the Smart Growth Network).. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Highway Induced Development: What Research in Metropolitan Areas Tells Us, In M. Boarnet (ed.). (pp. 27-40). Transportation Infrastructure: The Challenges of Rebuilding America, American Planning Association, Chicago, IL. Accepted, .
  • Stoker, P. (date unknown). Pedestrian Safety and Public Health. In Walking: Connecting Sustainable Transport with Health. (pp. 211-229). Emerald Publishing Limited. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). School Trips: Analysis of Factors Affecting Mode Choice in Three Metropolitan Areas. (pp. 125-146). In School Siting and Healthy Communities: Why Where We Invest in School Facilities Matters, Michigan State University Press. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Compactness vs. Sprawl – Have Energy, Climate, Health, and Demographics Resolved the Debate?In Companion to Urban Design. (pp. 467-483). Routledge, New York. Accepted, .
  • Garfinkel-Castro, A. (date unknown). The Built Environment and Obesity. In Metabolic Syndrome. (pp. 275-286). Springer International Publishing. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Ewing, R. Stoker, P., & Petheram, S. (2015). Urban Structure and Travel. In R. Hickman, et al. (Eds), Handbook on Transport and Development (pp. 19-35). Edward Elgar Pub.. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Urban Environment, Building Design, and Obesity. (pp. 437-443). In Handbook of Obesity: Epidemiology, Etiology, and Physiopathology, Third Edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Transportation and Land Use, In Making Healthy Places. (pp. 149-169). Island Press, Washington. Accepted, .
  • Sleet, D. (date unknown). Eco-Friendly Transportation and the Built Environment. (pp. 427-439). In The Praeger Handbook of Environmental Health, Praeger. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Prediction of Transportation Outcomes for LEED-ND Pilot Projects, In Climate Change and Land Policies. (pp. 213-243). Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Traffic Calming,” In Traffic Engineering Handbook. (pp. 531-583). Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC, Chapter 15. Accepted, .
  • Brown, L. (date unknown). Southeastern Atlantic Coastal States. (pp. 28-54). In Resilient Coastal City Regions, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA. Accepted, .
  • Terzano, K. (date unknown). Planning Knowledge and Research: Use of Planning Magazine to Bridge the Gap Between Researchers and Practitioners. (pp. 199-209). Routledge, New York & London. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Comparative Case Studies: Trip and Parking Generation at Orenco Station TOD, Portland Region and Station Park TAD, Salt Lake City Region. Cities. Accepted, .
  • Stevenson (date unknown). Stevenson, M., Thompson, J., de Sá, T. H., Ewing, R., Mohan, D., McClure, R., ... & Wallace, M. (2016). Land use, Transport, and Population Health: Estimating the Health Benefits of Compact Cities. The Lancet, 388(10062), 2925-2935. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). New Traffic Calming Device of Choice. ITE Journal. 26-31. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). The Built Environment and Traffic Safety: A Review of Empirical Evidence. Journal of Planning Literature. Vol. 23, Issue 4, 347-367. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Institute of Transportation Engineers Guidelines versus Actual Trip and Parking Generation for a Transit-Oriented Development in an Auto-Oriented Region. Transportation Research Record. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). Street Life and the Built Environment in an Auto-oriented US Region. Cities. Accepted, .
  • Proffitt, D. (date unknown). Accessibility Planning in American Metropolitan Areas: Are We There Yet?. Urban Studies. Vol. 56(1), 167-192. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Effects of Light-Rail Transit on Traffic in a Travel Corridor. Journal of Public Transportation, 17(4). 93-113. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Measuring the Benefits of Compact Development on Vehicle Miles and Climate Change. Environmental Practice. Vol. 11, Issue 3, 196-208. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Measuring the Unmeasurable: Urban Design Qualities Related to Walkability. Journal of Urban Design. Vol. 14, Issue 1, 65-84. Accepted, .
  • Tian (date unknown). Tian, G., Ewing, R., White, A., Walters, J., Goates, J. P., & Joyce, A. (2015). Traffic Generated by Mixed-Use Developments—13-Region Study Using Consistent Built Environment Measures. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. (2500), 116–124. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Longitudinal analyses of the relationship between development density and the COVID-19 morbidity and mortality rates: Early evidence from 1,165 metropolitan counties in the United States. Health & Place. Vol. 64. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). The Usability of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Pedestrian Observation. Journal of Planning Education and Research. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). The Usability of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Measuring Park-Based Physical Activity. Landscape and Urban Planning, 167. 157-164. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity –Update and Refinement. Health and Place, 26. 118-126. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Does Density Aggravate the COVID-19 Pandemic? Early Findings and Lessons for Planners. Journal of the American Planning Association. 1-15. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). The Impacts of Built Environment Characteristics of Rail-based Station Areas on Household Travel Behavior. Cities. Published on-line first. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Land Use-Transportation Scenario Planning: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 75, Issue 1, 13-27. Accepted, .
  • Fang, L. (date unknown). Tracking Our Footsteps: Thirty Years of Publication in JAPA, JPER, and JPL. Journal of the American Planning Association. 1-11. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Varying Influences of the Built Environment on Household Travel in 15 Diverse Regions of the United States. Urban Studies, published on-line first. Accepted, .
  • Chen, L. (date unknown). Evaluating the Safety Impact of Bike Lanes in New York City. American Journal of Public Health. Vol. 102(6), 1120-1127. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Comparing Forecasting Methods: Expert Land Use Panel vs. Simple Land Use Model. Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 75, Issue 3, 343-357. Accepted, .
  • Sabouri, S. (date unknown). Exploring the relationship between ride-sourcing services and vehicle ownership, using both inferential and machine learning approaches. Landscape and Urban Planning,. Vol. 198. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). Travel Behavior in TODs vs. non-TODs: Using Cluster Analysis and Propensity Score Matching. Transportation Research Record. Accepted, .
  • Proffitt, D. G. (date unknown). Accessibility Planning in American Metropolitan Areas: Are We There Yet?. Urban Studies, 0042098017710122. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Structural Equation Models of VMT Growth in U.S. Urbanized Areas. Urban Studies, 51(14). 3079-3096. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Longitudinal Analysis of Transit's Land Use Multiplier in Portland, OR. Journal of the American Planning Association, 80(2). 123-138. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Travel and the Built Environment—A Meta-Analysis. Journal of the American Planning Association, Award for Best Article of 2010, American Planning Association. Vol. 76, Issue 3, 265-294. Accepted, .
  • Ameli, S. H. (date unknown). Ameli, S. H., Hamidi, S., Garfinkel-Castro, A., & Ewing, R. (2015). Do Better Urban Design Qualities Lead to More Walking in Salt Lake City, Utah? Journal of Urban Design, 20(3), 393-410. Accepted, .
  • Kim, J. (date unknown). Another one rides the bus? The connections between bus stop amenities, bus ridership, and ADA paratransit demand. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice,. Vol. 135, 280-288. Accepted, .
  • Tian, G. (date unknown). Trip and Parking Generation Rates for Different Housing Types: Effects of Compact Development. Urban Studies. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi (date unknown). Hamidi, S., & Ewing, R. (2015). Is Sprawl Affordable for Americans? Exploring the Association between Sprawl and Housing + Transportation Affordability. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. (2500), 75–79. Accepted, .
  • Hajrasouliha (date unknown). Hajrasouliha, A., & Ewing, R. (2016). Campus Does Matter: The Relationship of Student Retention and Degree Attainment to Campus Design. Planning for Higher Education. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Ewing, R., & Hamidi, S. (2015). Urban Sprawl as a Risk Factor in Motor Vehicle Occupant and Pedestrian Fatalities – Update and Refinement. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. (2513), 40-47. Accepted, .
  • Berrigan, D. (date unknown). Urban Sprawl, Obesity, and Cancer Mortality in the United States: Cross-Sectional Analysis and Methodological Challenges. International Journal of Health Geographics, published on-line first. Vol. 13(2). Accepted, .
  • James, P. (date unknown). Urban Sprawl, Physical Activity, and Body Mass Index in Two Large Samples of Women in the United States. American Journal of Public Health. Accepted, .
  • Sabouri, S. (date unknown). Exploring the influence of built environment on Uber demand. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Vol. 81. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Compact Development and BMI for Young Adults: Environmental Determinism or Self-Selection?. Journal of the American Planning Association. 1-14. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Testing Newman and Kenworthy’s Theory of Density and Automobile Dependence. Journal of Planning Education and Research 0739456X16688767. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Traffic Generated by Mixed-Use Developments – A Six-Region Study Using Consistent Built Environmental Measures. Journal of the Urban Planning and Development. Vol. 137, 248-261. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). Guidelines for a Polycentric Region to Reduce Vehicle Use and Increase Walking and Transit Use. Journal of the American Planning Association. 1-14. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Associations between Urban Sprawl and Life Expectancy in the United States. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Accepted, .
  • Tian, G. (date unknown). Tian, G., Ewing, R., Weinberger, R., Shively, K., Stinger, P., and Hamidi, S. (2016) Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments – A Case Study of Redmond TOD, Seattle Region. Transportation. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Validating Digital Measures of Urban Design. Journal of Environmental Psychology. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Can the Built Environment Influence Physical Activity? The Harvard Alumni Health Study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Vol. 37, Issue 4, 293-298. Accepted, .
  • Tian, G. (date unknown). Traffic Generated by Mixed-use Developments—A Follow-up 31-region Study. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment,. Vol. 78. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Do Urban Design Qualities Add to Property Values? An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between Urban Design Qualities and Property Values. Cities. Vol. 98. Accepted, .
  • Chen, L. (date unknown). Chen, L., Chen, C., & Ewing, R. (2015). Left-turn phase: permissive, protected, or both? A quasi-experimental design in New York City. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 76, 102-109. Accepted, .
  • Chen, L. (date unknown). Safety Countermeasures and Crash Reduction in New York City—Experience and Lessons Learned. Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 50(13), 312-322. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Predicting Transportation Outcomes for LEED-ND Pilot Projects. Journal of Planning Education and Research. Vol. 33(3), 265-279. Accepted, .
  • Park, K. (date unknown). Intrazonal or Interzonal? Improving Intrazonal Travel Forecast in a Four-Step Travel Demand Model,. Transportation. Accepted, .
  • Renne, J. (date unknown). Transit Commuting, the Network Accessibility Effect, and the Built Environment in Station Areas Across the United States. Research in Transportation Economics, published on-line first. Accepted, .
  • Tian, G. (date unknown). A Walk Trip Generation Model for Portland, OR. Transportation Research D 52, Part A. 340–353. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi, S. (date unknown). Measuring Sprawl and Its Impacts: An Update. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 35(1). 35-50. Accepted, .
  • Stoker, P. (date unknown). Job–Worker Balance and Income Match in the United States. Housing Policy Debate. Vol. 24(2), 485–497. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Hedonic Price Effects of Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Development. Journal of Planning Literature. Vol. 26, 18-34. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., Tian, G., Lyons, T., & Terzano, K. (2017). Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments: Five US Case Studies. Landscape and Urban Planning, 160, 69-78. Accepted, .
  • Garfinkel-Castro (date unknown). Garfinkel-Castro, A., Kim, K., Hamidi, S., Ewing, R. (2017). Obesity and the Built Environment at Different Urban Scales: Examining the Literature. Nutrition Reviews 75 (suppl 1): 51-61. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., & Cervero, R. (2017). Does Compact Development Make People Drive Less? The Answer Is “Yes.” Journal of the American Planning Association, 83(1), 19-25. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., & Proffitt, D. (2016). Improving Decision Making for Transportation Capacity Expansion: Qualitative Analysis of Best Practices for Regional Transportation Plans. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2568), 1-8. Accepted, .
  • Renne (date unknown). Renne, J. L., Tolford, T., Hamidi, S., & Ewing, R. (2016). The Cost and Affordability Paradox of Transit-Oriented Development: A Comparison of Housing and Transportation Costs Across Transit-Oriented Development, Hybrid and Transit-Adjacent Development Station Typologies. Housing Policy Debate, 26(4-5), 819-834. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., Hamidi, S., Grace, J. & Wei, D. (2016). Does Sprawl Hold Down Upward Mobility? Landscape and Urban Planning. 148, 80-88. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi (date unknown). Hamidi, S., Ewing, R., & Renne, J. (2016). How Affordable Is HUD Affordable Housing?. Housing Policy Debate, 26(3), 437-455. Accepted, .
  • Hamidi (date unknown). Hamidi, S., Kittrell, K., & Ewing, R. (2016). Value of Transit as Reflected in US Single-Family Home Premiums: A Meta-Analysis. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2543), 108-115. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., Hamidi, S., & Grace, J. B. (2016). Compact development and VMT—Environmental determinism, self-selection, or some of both?. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 43(4), 737-755. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., Hajrasouliha, A., Neckerman, K., Purciel, M., Nelson, A. C., & Greene, W. H. (2016). Streetscape Features Related to Pedestrian Activity. Journal of Planning Education and Research. 36(1), 5–15. Accepted, .
  • Ewing (date unknown). Ewing, R., & Hamidi, S. (2015). Compactness versus Sprawl: A Review of Recent Evidence from the United States. Journal of Planning Literature, 30(4), 413-432. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Qualitative Takes on Post-Disaster Recovery. (pp. 34-35). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). A Mixed Picture of Gentrification. (pp. 7-8). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). A Physicist Tries to Solve the City. (pp. 51-52). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Costs of Sprawl Revisited. (pp. 50-51). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). A ‘New’ (250-Year-Old) Way of Thinking about Statistics. (pp. 45). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Is Anyone Listening as Climate Change Speeds Up?. (pp. 41). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Translational Research in Action. (pp. 40). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Planning for Cars that Drive Themselves. (pp. 38-39). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Fire-Resilient Community Design: A New Planning Subfield?. (pp. 41-42). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Correlation Does Not Imply Causation (when It Comes to Childhood Obesity). (pp. 41-42). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Tech for Scenario Planning. (pp. 43-44). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). One More Thing for Planning Researchers to Worry About. (pp. 55-56). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Edgy Planning Issues. (pp. 56-57). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Brouhaha Over JAPA Article: Is Flawed Peer Review to Blame. (pp. 43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Another Bonanza. (pp. 43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Translational Research: The Next New Thing. (pp. 40). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Hot Journal, Hotter Cities. (pp. 49-50). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Active Living: A Planning Subfield Comes of Age. (pp. 46-47). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Land-Use Planning via MPOs. (pp. 50-51). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Planning, Meet Technology. (pp. 34-35). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). The Value of ‘Vibrant Centers. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Measuring Livability. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Come Home to JAPA. (pp. 45). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Accessibility vs. Mobility: The Right Methodology. (pp. 38). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Urban Design vs. Urban Planning: A Distinction with a Difference. (pp. 43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Peer Review Clarifies Lots of Things, Including the Relationship of Sprawl and Air Pollution. (pp. 38). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Applied Research at APA. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Five Academic Planners You Should Know. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Quantifying Transit’s Impact on GHG Emissions and Energy Use—The Land Use Component. Transit Cooperative Research Program 176. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Upward Mobility Weighed Down by Sprawl. (pp. 47-48). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). A Housing Revolution in Minneapolis. (pp. 38-39). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Planning for Polycentric Regional Development. (pp. 52-53). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Toward a Grounded Theory of Sustainable Zoning. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Multiple Lessons from a Single Paper on Urban Sprawl. (pp. 46-47). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). JAPA, A Year in Review. (pp. 55-56). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Not Your Grandparents’ Regression Analysis. (pp. 62-63). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Coordinating Land Use and Transportation in Sacramento. (pp. 53-54). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Great Topic (Urban Agriculture) and Good Start (to Academic Career). (pp. 45). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Traffic Generated by MXD: New Prediction Methods Ahead. (pp. 48-49). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). The Best of the Best. (pp. 42-43). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Lessons Learned: Denver’s Rough Road to I-70. (pp. 38-39). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Golden Age of Street Design. (pp. 50-51). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Response to Special Report 298 Driving and the Built Environment: The Effect of Compact Development on Motorized Travel, Energy Use, and CO2 Emissions. (pp. 1-5). Vol. 4, Issue 1. Journal of Urbanism. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Response to Special Report 298 Driving and the Built Environment: The Effect of Compact Development on Motorized Travel, Energy Use, and CO2 Emissions. (pp. 1-5). Vol. 4, Issue 1. Journal of Urbanism,. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Growth Management Revisited, Again. (pp. 38-39). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Contribution of Urban Design Qualities to Pedestrian Activity. (pp. 50-51). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Observation as a Research Method (and the Importance of Public Seating). (pp. 47-48). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Mixing Methods for Clearer Results. (pp. 46). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Make Way for a New Theory. (pp. 35). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Experiments and Quasi-Experiments: Two Great New Studies. (pp. 44). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Make Way for a New Theory. (pp. 35). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Rugosity as a New Planning Paradigm. (pp. 46-47). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Making Sense of Different Results: Is Meta-Regression Necessarily Best?. (pp. 58-59). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Assessing BIDs using Propensity Score Matching. (pp. 53-54). Planning. Accepted, .
  • Ewing, R. (date unknown). Assessing BIDs using Propensity Score Matching. (pp. 53-54). Planning. Accepted, .