Author Detail

Susan L. Handy (slhandy@ucdavis.edu)

University of California, Davis

Personal Website: http://www.des.ucdavis.edu/faculty/handy/

Publications (172 records):

Title Year Series
What Drives the Use of Ridehailing in California? Ordered Probit Models of the Usage Frequency of Uber and Lyft 2019 Reprint
NCST Research Report: The Adoption of Shared Mobility in California and Its Relationship with Other Components of Travel Behavior 2018 Research Report
Addendum to the 2015-16 Campus Travel Survey and the 2016-17 Campus Travel Survey Reports 2018 Research Report
Commute Quality and Its Implications for Commute Satisfaction: Exploring the Role of Mode, Location, and Other Factors 2018 Reprint
Driver's Licensing Delay: A Retrospective Case Study of the Impact of Attitudes, Parental and Social Influences, and Intergenerational Differences 2018 Reprint
Leaving Level-of-Service Behind: The Implications of a Shift to VMT Impact Metrics 2018 Reprint
The Impacts of Big Box Retail on Downtown: A Case Study of Target in Davis (CA) 2018 Reprint
Sustainable Transportation at the Ballot Box: A Disaggregate Analysis of the Relative Importance of User Travel Mode, Attitudes and Self-Interest 2018 Reprint
Exploring the Latent Constructs Behind the Use of Ridehailing in California 2018 Reprint
What Influences Travelers to Use Uber? Exploring the Factors Affecting the Adoption of On-Demand Ride Services in California 2018 Reprint
NCST Research Report: What Affects Millennials' Mobility? PART II: The Impact of Residential Location, Individual Preferences and Lifestyle on Young Adults' Travel Behavior in California 2017 Research Report
Sustainable Transportation Terms: A Glossary 2017 Research Report
State-Level Strategies for Reducing Vehicle Miles of Travel 2017 Research Report
NCST Research Report: Sacramento Area Travel Survey: Before Bike Share 2017 Research Report
NCST Research Report: Evaluation of Sketch-Level Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Quantification Tools 2017 Research Report
NCST White Paper: A Framework for Projecting the Potential Statewide Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Reduction from State-Level Strategies in California 2017 Research Report
What Influences Travelers to Use Uber? Exploring the Factors Affecting the Adoption of On-Demand Ride Services 2017 Research Report
The Multimodal Behavior of Millennials: Exploring Differences in Travel Choices between Young Adults and Gen Xers in California 2017 Research Report
Active Transportation in an Era of Sharing, Electrification and Automation 2017 Research Report
Relationships Between the Online and In-Store Shopping Frequency of Davis, California Residents 2017 Reprint
Skateboarding for Transportation: Exploring the Factors Behind an Unconventional Mode Choice Among University Skateboard Commuters 2017 Reprint
Closing the Induced Vehicle Travel Gap Between Research and Practice 2017 Reprint
NCST Policy Brief: A San Francisco Case Study: What Bicycle Investments Have the Greatest Influence on Where People Ride? 2017 Research Report
Key Research Themes on Urban Space, Scale, and Sustainable Urban Mobility 2016 Reprint
NCST Research Report: What Affects Millennials’ Mobility? Part I: Investigating the Environmental Concerns, Lifestyles, Mobility-Related Attitudes and Adoption of Technology of Young Adults in California 2016 Research Report
NCST Research Report: Bicyclist Behavior in San Francisco: A Before-and-After Study of the Impact of Infrastructure Investments 2016 Research Report
NCST White Paper: What Affects U.S. Passenger Travel? Current Trends and Future Perspectives 2016 Research Report
Traffic Stress and Bicycling to Elementary and Junior High School: Evidence from Davis, California 2016 Reprint
Built Environment Assessment: Multidisciplinary Perspectives 2016 Reprint
Modeling Bicycling to Elementary and Junior High Schools with Bike Rack Counts 2016 Reprint
When a Diet Prompts a Gain: Impact of a Road Diet on Bicycling in Davis, California 2016 Research Report
Providing Equitable Access to Sacramento's Bike Share System 2015 Research Report
Achieving California’s Greenhouse Gas Goals: A Focus on Transportation 2015 Research Report
Using a Stages of Change Approach to Explore Opportunities for Increasing Bicycle Commuting 2015 Reprint
Lifestyles, Residential Location, Adoption of Emerging Technologies of Social Networks, Car Ownership and Mobility Choices of Millenials 2015 Presentation Series
Residential Location, Lifestyles and Mobility Choices of Millennials in California, and the Motivations behind Them 2015 Presentation Series
Introduction to the Special Issue on Sustainable Transportation 2015 Reprint
Modeling the Impact of Pavement Roughness on Bicycle Ride Quality 2015 Reprint
Is the Rise of the E-Society Responsible for the Decline in Car Use by Young Adults? - Results from the Netherlands 2015 Reprint
Picture of Online Shoppers: Specific Focus on Davis, California 2015 Reprint
Downtown, Strip Centers, and Big-box Stores: Mode Choice By Shopping Destination Type in Davis, California 2015 Reprint
Method to Adjust Institute of Transportation Engineers Vehicle Trip-Generation Estimates in Smart-Growth Areas 2015 Reprint
Crashes and Other Safety-Related Incidents in the Formation of Attitudes Toward Bicycling 2015 Reprint
Accounting for the Short Term Substitution Effects of Walking and Cycling in Sustainable Transportation 2015 Reprint
Relationships Between the Online and In-Store Shopping Frequency of Davis, California Residents: a Copula-Linked Bivariate Ordinal Response Model 2015 Research Report
The First Big-Box Store in Davis 2015 Reprint
Trip Generation: Introduction to the Special Section 2015 Reprint
Factors Associated with High School Students’ Delayed Acquisition of a Driver’s License: Insights from Three Northern California Schools 2015 Reprint
NCST Policy Brief: Increasing Highway Capacity Unlikely to Relieve Traffic Congestion 2015 Research Report
Estimating Total Miles Walked and Biked by Census Tract in California 2014 Research Report
The Relation Between Bicycle Commuting and Non-work Cycling: Results From a Mobility Panel 2014 Reprint
Why Do Teens Abandon Bicycling? A Retrospective Look at Attitudes and Behaviors 2014 Reprint
Promoting Cycling for Transport: Research Needs and Challenges 2014 Reprint
The Influence of Holiday-taking on Affect and Contentment 2014 Reprint
Experiences of Electric Bicycle Users in the Sacramento, California Area 2014 Reprint
Methodology to Gather Multimodal Trip Generation Data in Smart-Growth Areas 2014 Reprint
Social Networks as a Source of Private-Vehicle Transportation: The Practice of Getting Rides and Borrowing Vehicles Among Mexican Immigrants in California 2014 Reprint
The Contribution of Comfort, Convenience, and Liking of Bicycling to the Bicycling Gender Gap: Evidence from Davis, California 2014 Reprint
Measuring the Impacts of Local Land-Use Policies on Vehicle Miles of Travel: The Case of the First Big-Box Store in Davis, California 2013 Reprint
Cultivating Cooperation without Control: A Study of California's MPO-Driven Smart Growth Programs 2013 Research Report
High School Bicycling Survey 2013: Summary Report 2013 Research Report
How to Increase Bicycling for Daily Travel 2013 Reprint
Final Report: California Smart-Growth Trip Generation Rates Study 2013 Research Report
Measuring the Impacts of Local Land Use Policies on Vehicle Miles of Travel: The Case of the First Big Box Store in Davis, California 2012 Research Report
Can Electric 2-Wheelers Play a Substantial Role in Reducing CO2 Emissions? The Report of Electric Bicycle Usage of Western U.S. Residents 2012 Research Report
Adolescent Attitudes Towards Active Transportation: Bicycling in Youth in Retrospect from Adulthood 2012 Research Report
How Do Local Actions Affect VMT? A Critical Review of the Empirical Evidence 2012 Reprint
Evaluation of Physical Projects and Policies from the Active Living by Design Partnerships 2012 Reprint
"Cycling in Small Cities," chapter in City Cycling 2012 Reprint
"Developments in Bicycle Equipment and Its Role in Promoting Cycling as a Travel Mode," chapter in City Cycling 2012 Reprint
Measuring Nonmotorized Accessibility and Connectivity in a Robust Pedestrian Network 2012 Reprint
"Women and Cycling" chapter in City Cycling 2012 Reprint
Factors Influencing Bicycle Commuting by University Employees 2012 Reprint
Evaluation of the Operation and Accuracy of Available Smart Growth Trip Generation Methodologies for Use in California 2012 Reprint
"The Role of Travel Behavior Research in Reducing the Carbon Footprint: From the U.S. Perspective" chapter in Travel Behaviour Research in an Evolving World 2012 Reprint
Factors That Influence University Employees to Commute by Bicycle 2012 Reprint
Evaluation of the Operation and Accuracy of Five Available Smart Growth Trip Generation Methodologies 2011 Research Report
Evaluation of the Operation and Accuracy of Five Available Smart Growth Trip Generation Methodologies - APPENDIX A: Key Features and Assumptions of Candidate Methods 2011 Research Report
Evaluation of the Operation and Accuracy of Five Available Smart Growth Trip Generation Methodologies - APPENDIX B: Descriptions and Comparisons of Traffic Counts Sites 2011 Research Report
Evaluation of the Operation and Accuracy of Five Available Smart Growth Trip Generation Methodologies - APPENDIX C: Practitioners Panel Survey on Operational Criteria 2011 Research Report
The Impact of the Residential Built Environment on Work at Home Adoption and Frequency: An Example from Northern California 2011 Reprint
Measuring Non-motorized Accessibility and Connectivity in a Robust Pedestrian Network 2011 Research Report
On-Line vs. Phone Surveys: Comparison of Results for a Bicycling Survey 2011 Research Report
Association between Neighborhood Walkability, Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Body-Mass Index 2011 Reprint
Linking Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality: Impact of Urban Growth Patterns on Vehicle Travel and Pollutant Emissions 2011 Reprint
Similarities in Attitudes and Norms and the Effect on Bicycle Commuting: Evidence from the Bicycle Cities Davis and Delft 2011 Reprint
Bicycling and Spatial Knowledge in Children: An Exploratory Study in Davis, California 2011 Reprint
 Factors Associated with Bicycling to High School: Insights from Davis, CA 2011 Reprint
City Adoption of Environmentally Sustainable Policies in California's Central Valley 2011 Reprint
Bicycling in Davis and Five Other Small Cities 2011 Research Report
Factors Associated with Proportions and Miles of Bicycling for Transportation and Recreation in Six Small U.S. Cities 2010 Reprint
Influence of Regional Development Policies and Clean Technology Adoption on Future Air Pollution Exposure 2010 Reprint
Factors Associated with Bicycle Ownership and Use: A Study of Six Small U.S. Cities 2010 Reprint
Neighborhood Design and the Accessibility of the Elderly: An Empirical Analysis in Northern California 2010 Reprint
Factors Correlated with Bicycle Commuting: A Study in Six Small Cities 2010 Reprint
Infrastructure, Programs, and Policies to Increase Bicycling: An International Review 2010 Reprint
Travel Behavior of Immigrants: An Analysis of the 2001 National Household Transportation Survey 2010 Reprint
Neighborhood Satisfaction in Suburban versus Traditional Environments: An Evaluation of Contributing Characteristics in Eight California Neighborhoods 2010 Reprint
Davis Shopping Survey Report 2010 Research Report
Siting and Network Analysis Methods for Hydrogen Stations Using Geographical Information Systems 2009 Research Report
Achieving Sustainability in California’s Central Valley 2009 Research Report
The Regional Response to Federal Funding for Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects 2009 Research Report
The Regional Response to Federal Funding for Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects: Executive Summary 2009 Research Report
Results of the 2008-09 Campus Travel Survey 2009 Research Report
Explaining Gender Difference in Bicycling Behavior 2009 Reprint
Explaining Changes in Walking and Bicycling Behavior: Challenges for Transportation Research 2009 Reprint
No Particular Place to Go: An Empirical Analysis of Travel for the Sake of Travel 2009 Reprint
The Relationship between the Built Environment and Nonwork Travel: A Case Study of Northern California 2009 Reprint
Active Travel: The Role of Self-Selection in Explaining the Effect of Built Environment on Active Travel 2009 Reprint
The Role of Travel Behavior Research in Reducing the Carbon Footprint: From the U.S. Perspective 2009 Research Report
Measuring the Food and Physical Activity Environments: Shaping the Research Agenda 2009 Reprint
Travel Behavior of Immigrant Groups in California 2009 Reprint
Trends in Out-of-Home and At-Home Activities 2008 Research Report
Children’s Bicycling to After-School Activities: The Case of the Davis AYSO Bike-to-Soccer Program 2008 Research Report
The Role of Neighborhood Characteristics in the Adoption and Frequency of Working at Home: Empirical Evidence from Northern California 2008 Research Report
Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-Selection on Travel Behavior: Methodologies and Empirical Findings 2008 Research Report
Children’s Biking for Nonschool Purposes: Getting to Soccer Games in Davis, California 2008 Reprint
Neighborhood Design and Children’s Outdoor Play: Evidence from Northern California 2008 Reprint
The Causal Influence of Neighborhood Design on Physical Activity within the Neighborhood: Evidence from Northern California 2008 Reprint
Review of "Growing Cooler: The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change" 2008 Reprint
Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-Selection On Travel Behavior: Methodologies and Empirical Findings 2008 Research Report
Fifty Years of Bicycle Policy in Davis, California 2008 Reprint
Exploring Travel Behavior of Elderly Women in Rural and Small Urban North Dakota 2008 Reprint
Increasing Children’s Biking for Non- School Purposes Lessons from the Davis, CA ‘Bike to AYSO’ Program 2008 Reprint
Community Design and Travel Behavior: Exploring the Implications for Women 2007 Research Report
Voyage of the S.S. Minivan: Women’s Travel Behavior in Traditional and Suburban Neighborhoods 2007 Reprint
Cross-sectional and Quasi-panel Explorations of the Connection between the Built Environment and Auto Ownership 2007 Reprint
Do Changes in Neighborhood Characteristics Lead to Changes in Travel Behavior? A Structural Equations Modeling Approach 2007 Reprint
Transportation Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in California: Results from Focus Group Interviews 2007 Research Report
Travel of Diverse Populations: Literature Review 2007 Research Report
Neighborhood Design as a Strategy for Improving Air Quality: Evidence from Northern California 2007 Reprint
The Influences of the Built Environment and Residential Self-Selection on Pedestrian Behavior: Evidence from Austin, TX 2006 Reprint
Neighborhood Design and Vehicle Type Choice: Evidence from Northern California 2006 Reprint
Self-Selection in the Relationship between the Built Environment and Walking 2006 Reprint
Identifying and Measuring Urban Design Qualities Related to Walkability 2006 Reprint
Examining the Impacts of Residential Self-Selection on Travel Behavior: Methodologies and Empirical Findings 2006 Research Report
The Impacts of ICT on Leisure Activities and Travel: A Conceptual Exploration 2006 Reprint
Driving by Choice or Necessity? 2005 Reprint
Smart Growth and the Transportation-Land Use Connection: What Does the Research Tell Us? 2005 Reprint
State-Local Coordination in Managing Land Use and Transportation along State Highways 2005 Reprint
Times of Bicycle Crossings: Case Study of Davis, California 2005 Reprint
Planning for Accessibility: In Theory and In Practice 2005 Reprint
The Travel Behavior of Immigrants and Race/Ethnicity Groups: An Analysis of the 2001 National Household Transportation Survey 2005 Research Report
Correlation or Causality between the Built Environment and Travel Behavior? Evidence from Northern California 2005 Reprint
Which Comes First, the Neighborhood or the Walking? 2005 Reprint
Critical Assessment of the Literature on the Relationships Among Transportation, Land Use, and Physical Activity 2005 Reprint
A Taxonomy of Leisure Activities: The Role of ICT 2004 Research Report
Assessing Impact of Urban Form Measures on Nonwork Trip Mode Choice After Controlling for Demographic and Level-of-Service Effects 2004 Reprint
Using Geographic Information Systems to Evaluate Siting and Networks of Hydrogen Stations 2004 Reprint
Residential Location Choice and Travel Behavior: Implications for Air Quality 2004 Research Report
Amenity and Severance 2003 Reprint
The Education of Transportation Planning Professionals 2002 Research Report
Understanding the Growth in Non-Work VMT 2002 Research Report
Smart Growth and the Transportation-Land Use Connection: What Does the Research Tell Us? 2002 Research Report
Accessibility- vs. Mobility-Enhancing Strategies for Addressing Automobile Dependence in the U.S 2002 Research Report
Education of Transportation Planning Professionals 2002 Reprint
Travel Behaviour-Land Use Interactions: An Overview and Assessment of the Research 2002 Reprint
Economic Impacts of Highway Relief Routes on Small Communities 2002 Reprint
Qualitative Methods in Travel Behavior Research 2001 Research Report
The Effectiveness of Land Use Policies as a Strategy for Reducing Automobile Dependence: A Study of Austin Neighborhoods 1998 Research Report
The Impacts of Telecommunications Technologies on Nonwork Travel Behavior 1997 Research Report
Measuring Accessibility: An Exploration of Issues and Alternatives 1997 Reprint
Methodologies for Exploring the Link between Urban Form and Travel Behavior 1996 Reprint
Forecasting Telecommuting: An Exploration of Methodologies and Research Needs 1996 Reprint
The Future of Telecommuting 1996 Reprint
Planning for Telecommuting: Measurement and Policy Issues 1995 Reprint
Methodological Issues in the Estimation of the Travel, Energy, and Air Quality Impacts of Telecommuting 1995 Reprint
Technical Memo 1: Estimates of Current Levels of Telecommuting in California 1993 Research Report
Technical Memo 2: Travel and Energy Impacts of Telecommuting 1993 Research Report
Technical Memo 3: Base Case Estimates and Forecasts of Telecommuting in California 1993 Research Report
Technical Memo 4: Future Levels of Telecommuting in California: Factors, Policies, Modeling Issues, and Research Needs 1993 Research Report
Evaluating the Travel and Communication Impacts of Advanced Residential Telecommunications Services: Lessons from the Literature 1993 Research Report