Steve Hankey
Steve Hankey
Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech
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Impacts of urban form on future US passenger-vehicle greenhouse gas emissions
S Hankey, JD Marshall
Energy Policy 38 (9), 4880-4887, 2010
1922010
Estimating use of non-motorized infrastructure: Models of bicycle and pedestrian traffic in Minneapolis, MN
S Hankey, G Lindsey, X Wang, J Borah, K Hoff, B Utecht, Z Xu
Landscape and Urban Planning 107 (3), 307-316, 2012
1352012
Health impacts of the built environment: within-urban variability in physical inactivity, air pollution, and ischemic heart disease mortality
S Hankey, JD Marshall, M Brauer
Environmental health perspectives 120 (2), 247-253, 2012
1222012
Land Use Regression Models of On-Road Particulate Air Pollution (Particle Number, Black Carbon, PM2.5, Particle Size) Using Mobile Monitoring
S Hankey, JD Marshall
Environmental science & technology 49 (15), 9194-9202, 2015
1192015
On-bicycle exposure to particulate air pollution: Particle number, black carbon, PM2. 5, and particle size
S Hankey, JD Marshall
Atmospheric Environment 122, 65-73, 2015
802015
Day-of-year scaling factors and design considerations for nonmotorized traffic monitoring programs
S Hankey, G Lindsey, J Marshall
Transportation Research Record 2468 (1), 64-73, 2014
642014
Urban form, air pollution, and health
S Hankey, JD Marshall
Current environmental health reports 4 (4), 491-503, 2017
562017
Population-level exposure to particulate air pollution during active travel: planning for low-exposure, health-promoting cities
S Hankey, G Lindsey, JD Marshall
Environmental health perspectives 125 (4), 527-534, 2017
492017
Estimating mixed-mode urban trail traffic using negative binomial regression models
X Wang, G Lindsey, S Hankey, K Hoff
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 140 (1), 04013006, 2014
462014
Facility-demand models of peak period pedestrian and bicycle traffic: comparison of fully specified and reduced-form models
S Hankey, G Lindsey
Transportation research record 2586 (1), 48-58, 2016
432016
Applicability of a noise-based model to estimate in-traffic exposure to black carbon and particle number concentrations in different cultures
L Dekoninck, D Botteldooren, LI Panis, S Hankey, G Jain, S Karthik, ...
Environment international 74, 89-98, 2015
392015
Using objective measures of stove use and indoor air quality to evaluate a cookstove intervention in rural Uganda
S Hankey, K Sullivan, A Kinnick, A Koskey, K Grande, JH Davidson, ...
Energy for sustainable development 25, 67-74, 2015
352015
The Minnesota bicycle and pedestrian counting initiative: Methodologies for non-motorized traffic monitoring
G Lindsey, S Hankey, X Wang, J Chen
Minnesota Department of Transportation, 2013
252013
Correlates of the built environment and active travel: evidence from 20 US metropolitan areas
HTK Le, R Buehler, S Hankey
Environmental health perspectives 126 (07), 077011, 2018
242018
Monitoring and modeling of urban trail traffic: validation of direct demand models in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Columbus, Ohio
J Wang, S Hankey, X Wu, G Lindsey
Transportation Research Record 2593 (1), 47-59, 2016
222016
Adjustment factors for estimating miles traveled by nonmotorized traffic
G Lindsey, J Chen, S Hankey
Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2013
202013
Reducing motor vehicle greenhouse gas emissions in a non-California state: a case study of Minnesota
A Boies, S Hankey, D Kittelson, JD Marshall, P Nussbaum, W Watts, ...
Environmental science & technology 43 (23), 8721-8729, 2009
192009
Concentrations of criteria pollutants in the contiguous US, 1979–2015: Role of prediction model parsimony in integrated empirical geographic regression
SY Kim, M Bechle, S Hankey, L Sheppard, AA Szpiro, JD Marshall
PloS one 15 (2), e0228535, 2020
172020
Planning for walking and cycling in an autonomous-vehicle future
B Botello, R Buehler, S Hankey, A Mondschein, Z Jiang
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 1, 100012, 2019
172019
Have walking and bicycling increased in the US? A 13-year longitudinal analysis of traffic counts from 13 metropolitan areas
HTK Le, R Buehler, S Hankey
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 69, 329-345, 2019
162019
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