Kenneth Joh
Kenneth Joh
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
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Retrofitting the suburbs to increase walking: Evidence from a land-use-travel study
MG Boarnet, K Joh, W Siembab, W Fulton, MT Nguyen
Urban studies 48 (1), 129-159, 2011
Can built and social environmental factors encourage walking among individuals with negative walking attitudes?
K Joh, MT Nguyen, MG Boarnet
Journal of Planning Education and Research 32 (2), 219-236, 2012
Assessing benefits of neighborhood walkability to single-family property values: A spatial hedonic study in Austin, Texas
W Li, K Joh, C Lee, JH Kim, H Park, A Woo
Journal of Planning Education and Research 35 (4), 471-488, 2015
Accessibility, travel behavior, and new urbanism: case study of mixed-use centers and auto-oriented corridors in the South Bay Region of Los Angeles, California
K Joh, MG Boarnet, MT Nguyen, W Fulton, W Siembab, S Weaver
Transportation Research Record 2082 (1), 81-89, 2008
Unpacking the impacts of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program on nearby property values
A Woo, K Joh, S Van Zandt
Urban Studies 53 (12), 2488-2510, 2016
Light rail leads to more walking around station areas
R Huang, AV Moudon, C Zhou, OT Stewart, BE Saelens
Journal of transport & health 6, 201-208, 2017
From car-dependent neighborhoods to walkers’ paradise: Estimating walkability premiums in the condominium housing market
W Li, K Joh, C Lee, JH Kim, H Park, A Woo
Transportation Research Record 2453 (1), 162-170, 2014
The built environment and the incidence of pedestrian and cyclist crashes
E Dumbaugh, W Li, K Joh
Urban Design International 18 (3), 217-228, 2013
Impacts of the low-income housing tax credit program on neighborhood housing turnover
A Woo, K Joh, S Van Zandt
Urban Affairs Review 52 (2), 247-279, 2016
Social inequalities in child pedestrian traffic injuries: Differences in neighborhood built environments near schools in Austin, TX, USA
J Hwang, K Joh, A Woo
Journal of Transport & Health 6, 40-49, 2017
Beyond anecdotal evidence: Do subsidized housing developments increase neighborhood crime?
A Woo, K Joh
Applied Geography 64, 87-96, 2015
The walking renaissance: A longitudinal analysis of walking travel in the greater Los Angeles area, USA
K Joh, S Chakrabarti, MG Boarnet, A Woo
Sustainability 7 (7), 8985-9011, 2015
Exploring the synergistic economic benefit of enhancing neighbourhood bikeability and public transit accessibility based on real estate sale transactions
W Li, K Joh
Urban studies 54 (15), 3480-3499, 2017
The effect of parenthood on travel behavior: Evidence from the California Household Travel Survey
S Chakrabarti, K Joh
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 120, 101-115, 2019
Interactions between race/ethnicity, attitude, and crime: Analyzing walking trips in the South Bay Area'88th annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board
K Joh, MG Boarnet, MT Nguyen
Washington, DC, 2009
Retrofitting the suburbs to increase walking
MG Boarnet, K Joh, W Siembab, W Fulton, MT Nguyen
ACCESS Magazine 1 (39), 2-7, 2011
Unraveling the complexity of land use and travel behavior relationships: a four-part quantitative case study of the south bay area of Los Angeles
K Joh
A spatial and longitudinal analysis of unmet transportation needs during hurricanes Katrina and Rita
K Joh, A Norman, SI Bame
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 12 (2), 387-406, 2015
Who believes and why they believe: Individual perception of public housing and housing price depreciation
A Woo, K Joh, CY Yu
Cities 109, 103019, 2021
Developing and interdisciplinary transportation certificate program for today’s transportation workforce
K Joh, W Li
Proc., 94th Annual Meeting, 2015
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