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Arlie Adkins
Arlie Adkins
Associate Professor, University of Arizona
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Unpacking walkability: Testing the influence of urban design features on perceptions of walking environment attractiveness
A Adkins, J Dill, G Luhr, M Neal
Journal of urban design 17 (4), 499-510, 2012
1942012
Contextualizing walkability: do relationships between built environments and walking vary by socioeconomic context?
A Adkins, C Makarewicz, M Scanze, M Ingram, G Luhr
Journal of the American Planning Association 83 (3), 296-314, 2017
1242017
Racial bias in driver yielding behavior at crosswalks
T Goddard, KB Kahn, A Adkins
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 33, 1-6, 2015
982015
Are Suburban TODs Over-Parked?
R Cervero, A Adkins, C Sullivan
Journal of Public Transportation 13 (2), 47, 2010
452010
Moving to location affordability? Housing Choice Vouchers and residential relocation in the Portland, Oregon, region
A Tremoulet, RJ Dann, A Adkins
Housing Policy Debate 26 (4-5), 692-713, 2016
292016
Differences in social and physical dimensions of perceived walkability in Mexican American and non-hispanic white walking environments in Tucson, Arizona
A Adkins, G Barillas-Longoria, DN Martínez, M Ingram
Journal of transport & health 14, 100585, 2019
212019
Demonstrating the benefits of green streets for active aging: final report to EPA
J Dill, M Neal, V Shandas, G Luhr, A Adkins, D Lund
Portland, OR: Centre of Urban Studies, Portland State University, 2010
212010
Are TODs Over-Parked?
R Cervero, A Adkins, C Sullivan
182009
How location efficient is LIHTC? Measuring and explaining state-level achievement
A Adkins, A Sanderford, G Pivo
Housing Policy Debate 27 (3), 335-355, 2017
142017
Health disparities, transportation equity and complete streets: a case study of a policy development process through the lens of critical race theory
M Ingram, R Leih, A Adkins, E Sonmez, E Yetman
Journal of urban health 97 (6), 876-886, 2020
132020
Measuring perceptions of social environments for walking: A scoping review of walkability surveys
N Iroz-Elardo, A Adkins, M Ingram
Health & Place 67, 102468, 2021
112021
Sociocultural perceptions of walkability in Mexican American neighborhoods: implications for policy and practice
M Ingram, A Adkins, K Hansen, V Cascio, E Somnez
Journal of transport & health 7 (B), 172, 2017
102017
“A little bit happy”: How performance metrics shortchange pedestrian infrastructure funding
C Makarewicz, A Adkins, C Frei, A Wennink
Research in Transportation Business & Management 29, 144-156, 2018
92018
Another look at location affordability: Understanding the detailed effects of income and urban form on housing and transportation expenditures
C Makarewicz, P Dantzler, A Adkins
Housing Policy Debate 30 (6), 1033-1055, 2020
82020
Racial bias in drivers' yielding behavior at crosswalks: Understanding the effect
KB Kahn, JM McMahon, T Goddard, A Adkins
62017
Pedestrian safety and public health
P Stoker, A Adkins, R Ewing
Walking, 2017
52017
Determinants of recent mover non-work travel mode choice
AS Adkins
Portland State University, 2014
22014
Demonstrating the benefits of green streets for active aging: Initial findings
J Dill, MB Neal, V Shandas, G Luhr, AS Adkins, D Lund
22010
Racial Discrimination at the Crosswalk
T Goddard, KB Kahn, A Adkins
12015
The Effects of Green Streets on Older Adults physical and Mental Health
M Neal, J Dill, A Adkins, V Shandas, D Lund
GERONTOLOGIST 50, 421-421, 2010
12010
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