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  • Clifton, Kelly; Carder, Paula; Nonnamaker, Max; Howell, Amanda; Currans, Kristina; Abou-Zeid, Gabriella (Transportation and Research Education Center (TREC), 2022-10)
    In this project, we used a mixed-methods study to collect critical information to evaluate the extent to which people modified their shopping behavior, either by choice or necessity, to meet their provisioning needs during ...
  • Clements-Housser, Keegan; Cobbs, Timira; Haney-Jackson, Laura; Weadick, Skye (University of Oregon, 2017-12)
    Today, the way people shop for clothes, order delivery, get around town, or even look for places to stay when traveling is radically different from how people did those things a decade ago. Rapid technological advances ...
  • Howell, Amanda; Tan, Huijun; Brown, Anne; Schlossberg, Marc; Karlin-Resnick, Josh; Lewis, Rebecca; Anderson, Marco; Larco, Nico; Tierney, Gerry; Carlton, Ian; Kim, James; Steckler, Becky (Urbanism Next, 2020-01)
    Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are a near future reality and the implications of AVs on city development and urban form, while potentially widespread and dramatic, are not well understood. In addition, there are other fundamentally ...
  • Howell, Amanda; Steckler, Becky; Larco, Nico; Knight Autonomous Vehicle Initiative (University of Oregon, 2022-08)
    The Knight Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Initiative is a multi-year collaborative effort between the Urbanism Next Center at the University of Oregon, Cityfi, the cities of Detroit, Pittsburgh, and San José, and Miami-Dade County ...
  • Urbanism Next, University of Oregon (Urbanism Next, University of Oregon, 2020-01)
    This framework provides an overview of the work Urbanism Next does and how we approach our research.

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