Safety

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

  1. 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).

  2. Wesley E. Marshall.  An Evaluation of Livability in Creating Transit-Enriched Communities for Improved Regional Benefits.  Research in Transportation Business & Management, Vol. 7: 54-68, 2013.

  3. 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.

  4. Wesley E. Marshall and Garrick, N.  Does Street Network Design Affect Traffic Safety?  Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 43, Issue 3: 769-781, 2011.

  5. 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. 

  6. Wesley E. Marshall and Garrick, N.  Street Network Types and Road Safety: A Study of 24 California Cities.  Urban Design International Journal, Vol. 15, Issue 3: 133-147, 2010.   

 

Book Chapters

  1. Wesley E. Marshall.  “On-Street Parking” in Parking: Issues and Policies of the Transport and Sustainability series (Vol. 5) by Editors S. Ison and C. Mulley, Emerald Publishing, 2014.

  2. 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).