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Jinhyun Hong
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How do built-environment factors affect travel behavior? A spatial analysis at different geographic scales
J Hong, Q Shen, L Zhang
Transportation 41 (3), 419-440, 2014
1952014
How built environment affects travel behavior: A comparative analysis of the connections between land use and vehicle miles traveled in US cities
L Zhang, J Hong, A Nasri, Q Shen
Journal of transport and land use 5 (3), 40-52, 2012
1712012
Residential density and transportation emissions: Examining the connection by addressing spatial autocorrelation and self-selection
J Hong, Q Shen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 22, 75-79, 2013
572013
Does public transit improvement affect commuting behavior in Beijing, China? A spatial multilevel approach
W Wu, J Hong
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 52, 471-479, 2017
512017
Land use policies and transport emissions: Modeling the impact of trip speed, vehicle characteristics and residential location
J Hong, A Goodchild
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 26, 47-51, 2014
482014
Visualising where commuting cyclists travel using crowdsourced data
DP McArthur, J Hong
Journal of transport geography 74, 233-241, 2019
472019
The role of the built environment on perceived safety from crime and walking: examining direct and indirect impacts
J Hong, C Chen
Transportation 41 (6), 1171-1185, 2014
382014
Non-linear influences of the built environment on transportation emissions: Focusing on densities
J Hong
Journal of Transport and Land Use 10 (1), 229-240, 2017
282017
Can providing safe cycling infrastructure encourage people to cycle more when it rains? The use of crowdsourced cycling data (Strava)
J Hong, DP McArthur, JL Stewart
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 133, 109-121, 2020
242020
The evaluation of large cycling infrastructure investments in Glasgow using crowdsourced cycle data
J Hong, DP McArthur, M Livingston
Transportation 47 (6), 2859-2872, 2020
232020
Did safe cycling infrastructure still matter during a covid-19 lockdown?
J Hong, D McArthur, V Raturi
Sustainability 12 (20), 8672, 2020
222020
Examining the relationship between different urbanization settings, smartphone use to access the Internet and trip frequencies
J Hong, P Thakuriah
Journal of Transport Geography 69, 11-18, 2018
162018
Relationship between motorized travel and time spent online for nonwork purposes: an examination of location impact
J Hong, P Thakuriah
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 10 (7), 617-626, 2016
162016
How Does Internet Usage Influence Young Travelers’ Choices?
J Hong, DP McArthur
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (2), 155-165, 2019
142019
Predicting cycling volumes using crowdsourced activity data
M Livingston, D McArthur, J Hong, K English
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 48 (5), 1228-1244, 2021
122021
The role of numeracy and financial literacy skills in the relationship between information and communication technology use and travel behaviour
J Hong, PV Thakuriah, P Mason, C Lido
Travel Behaviour and Society 21, 257-264, 2020
102020
Is the popularity of social networking services beneficial for public health? Focusing on active travel and BMI
J Hong, K Sila-Nowicka, DP McArthur
Journal of Transport & Health 11, 183-192, 2018
102018
How does the seasonality influence utilitarian walking behaviour in different urbanization settings in Scotland?
J Hong
Social Science & Medicine 162, 143-150, 2016
92016
Can Accessing the Internet while Travelling Encourage Commuters to Use Public Transport Regardless of Their Attitude?
J Hong, DP McArthur, M Livingston
Sustainability 11 (12), 3281, 2019
82019
Integrated Multimedia City Data (iMCD): a composite survey and sensing approach to understanding urban living and mobility
PV Thakuriah, K Sila-Nowicka, J Hong, C Boididou, M Osborne, C Lido, ...
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 80, 101427, 2020
62020
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