Active Transportation

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

  1. Wesley E. Marshall, Piakowski, D., and Garrick, N.  Community Design, Street Networks, and Public Health.  Journal of Transport & Health (doi:10.1016/j.jth.2014.06.002i).

  2. Wesley E. Marshall, Duvall, A., and Main, D.  Large-Scale Tactical Urbanism: The Denver Bike Share System.  Journal of Urbanism (in press).

  3. Wesley E. Marshall.  Understanding the impacts of integrating New Urbanist neighborhood and street design ideals with conventional traffic engineering standards: the case of Stapleton.  Journal of Urbanism (doi: 10.1080/17549175.2014.896826).

  4. Nordback, K., Wesley E. Marshall, and Janson, B.  Bicyclist Safety Performance Functions for a U.S. City.  Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 65: 114-122, 2014.

  5. Bronson, R. and Wesley E. Marshall.  Alternative and adaptive transportation: What household and neighborhood factors support recovery from a drastic increase in gas price?  International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, (doi: 10.1007/s13762-014-0583-2).

  6. Piakowski, D., Bronson, R., Wesley E. Marshall, and Krizek, K.   Measuring the Impacts of Bike to Work Day Events for Different Populations.  Journal of Urban Planning and Development (doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000239).

  7. Nordback, K., Wesley E. Marshall, Janson, B., and Stolz, E.  Estimating Annual Average Daily Bicyclists: Errors and Accuracy.  Transportation Research Record, No. 2339: 90-97, 2013.

  8. Piatkowski, D. and Wesley E. Marshall.  “New” vs. “Old” Urbanism: A comparative analysis of travel behavior in large-scale New Urbanist communities and older, more established neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado.  Urban Design International (doi:10:1057/udi.2013.30).

  9. Henao, A. and Wesley E. Marshall.  Parking at Sporting Event Stadiums in Denver, Colorado.  Transportation Research Record, No. 2359: 17-26, 2013.

  10. Gallagher, P., Wesley E. Marshall, and Atkinson-Palombo, C.  Missing Links: How Social Paths Can Improve Light Rail Pedestrian AccessibilityTransportation Research Record, No. 2393: 59-65, 2013.

  11. Cook, J., Bose, M., Wesley E. Marshall, and Main, D.  How Does Design Quality Add to Our Understanding of Walkable Communities?  Landscape Journal, Vol. 32, Issue 1: 65-80.

  12. Zheng, J., Garrick, N., Atkinson-Palombo, C., McCahill, C., and Wesley E. Marshall.  Guidelines for Developing Performance Metrics for Evaluating Transportation Sustainability.  Research in Transportation Business & Management, Vol. 7: 4-13, 2013.

  13. Wesley E. Marshall and Garrick, N.  Community Design, Land Use, and How Much We Drive.  Journal of the Transport and Land Use, Vol. 5, No. 2: 5-21, 2012.

  14. Wesley E. Marshall and Garrick, N.  Evidence on Why Bike-Friendly Cities are Safer for all Road Users.  Journal of Environmental Practice, Vol. 13, Issue 1: 16-27, 2011. 

  15. Nordback, Piatkowski, Janson, Wesley E. Marshall, Krizek, and Main.  Testing Inductive-Loop Bicycle Counters on Shared Roadways.  Journal of Transportation of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Vol. 2, No. 1: 39-56, 2011.

  16. Wesley E. Marshall and Garrick, N.  The Effect of Street Network Design on Walking and Biking.  Transportation Research Record, No. 2198: 103-115, 2010.

 

Book Publications

CNU Project for Transportation Reform Sustainable Street Network Working Group.  Sustainable Street Network Principles (ISBN: 978-1-4675-1082-0).  Congress for the New Urbanism, Chicago, 2012.

Book Chapters

  1. Wesley E. Marshall, Garrick, N., and Marshall, S.  “Street Networks” in International Handbook on Transport and Development by Editors R. Hickman, D. Bonilla, M. Givoni, and D. Banister, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014 (accepted).