Robert Cervero
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Travel and the built environment: A meta-analysis
R Ewing, R Cervero
Journal of the American planning association 76 (3), 265-294, 2010
4984*2010
Travel demand and the 3Ds: Density, diversity, and design
R Cervero, K Kockelman
Transportation research part D: Transport and environment 2 (3), 199-219, 1997
41621997
Changing leadership for changing times
K Leithwood, D Jantzi, R Steinbach
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1999
30741999
An ecological approach to creating active living communities
JF Sallis, RB Cervero, W Ascher, KA Henderson, MK Kraft, J Kerr
Annu. Rev. Public Health 27, 297-322, 2006
30362006
The transit metropolis: a global inquiry
R Cervero
Island press, 1998
18151998
Walking, bicycling, and urban landscapes: evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area
R Cervero, M Duncan
American journal of public health 93 (9), 1478-1483, 2003
10812003
New visions for metropolitan America
A Downs
10511994
Built environments and mode choice: toward a normative framework
R Cervero
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 7 (4), 265-284, 2002
9602002
Mixed land-uses and commuting: Evidence from the American Housing Survey
R Cervero
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 30 (5), 361-377, 1996
9341996
Urban geography
T Hall, H Barrett
Routledge, 2012
9002012
Transit villages in the 21st century
M Bernick, R Cervero
8461997
Just a better taxi? A survey-based comparison of taxis, transit, and ridesourcing services in San Francisco
L Rayle, D Dai, N Chan, R Cervero, S Shaheen
Transport Policy 45, 168-178, 2016
7832016
Jobs-housing balancing and regional mobility
R Cervero
Journal of the american planning association 55 (2), 136-150, 1989
7831989
Influences of built environments on walking and cycling: lessons from Bogotá
R Cervero, OL Sarmiento, E Jacoby, LF Gomez, A Neiman
International journal of sustainable transportation 3 (4), 203-226, 2009
7522009
Transit-oriented development in the United States: Experiences, challenges, and prospects
R Cervero
Transportation Research Board, 2004
7402004
America's suburban centers: The land use—transportation link
R Cervero
Routledge, 2018
6732018
Travel choices in pedestrian versus automobile oriented neighborhoods
R Cervero, C Radisch
Transport policy 3 (3), 127-141, 1996
6651996
Commuting in transit versus automobile neighborhoods
R Cervero, R Gorham
Journal of the American planning Association 61 (2), 210-225, 1995
6331995
Polycentrism, commuting, and residential location in the San Francisco Bay area
R Cervero, KL Wu
Environment and Planning A 29 (5), 865-886, 1997
4961997
Sub-centring and commuting: evidence from the San Francisco Bay area, 1980-90
R Cervero, KL Wu
Urban studies 35 (7), 1059-1076, 1998
4731998
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20