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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 ...
  • Bellows, Story; Ricks, Karina; Clark, Erin; Bridgford, Camron; de Uquijo, Carolina; Larco, Nico; Götschi, Thomas (University of Oregon, 2023-11)
    While autonomous vehicles are still experimental and nascent in many corners of the U.S., the same kind of unguided tectonic shift seen with the introduction of the automobile nearly a century ago is possible. Autonomous ...
  • Kaplowitz, Grace; Larco, Nico; Howell, Amanda; Swift, Tiffany (University of Oregon, 2020-09)
    How is the COVID-19 pandemic changing urban living? In this paper, we explore the landscape of COVID-19 disruptions to date on land use and real estate, urban design, building design, transportation, e-commerce and retail, ...
  • Kaplowitz, Grace; Larco, Nico; Howell, Amanda; Swift, Tiffany (University of Oregon, 2020-09)
    Before the pandemic, Urbanism Next developed a framework organizing the disruptions to cities caused by emerging transportation technologies on land use, urban design, building design, transportation, and real estate. ...
  • Steckler, Becky; Lewis, Rebecca (National Institute for Transportation and Communities, 2020-01)
    The purpose of this report is to analyze potential impacts and offer recommendations for the cities of Gresham and Eugene, OR, to understand the potential impacts of new mobility technologies—with an emphasis on autonomous ...
  • Steckler, Becky; Howell, Amanda; Larco, Nico; Kaplowitz, Grace (University of Oregon, 2021-01)
    Just a year or so ago, it seemed that fleets of autonomous vehicles (AVs) would soon be deployed on city streets providing a robo-taxi service like Uber and Lyft—just without a driver. The timeline for commercial deployments ...
  • Crowther, Jean; Howell, Amanda; Larco, Nico; Reid, Ted; Ross, Lynn; Stewart, Mary; Stoll, Matthew; Surguine, Marsie (University of Oregon, 2020-06)
    The Urbanism Next Center at the University of Oregon, in partnership with Alta Planning + Design, Spirit for Change, and Metro hosted the Future of Public Spaces and Placemaking workshop on January 24th, 2020. This one-day ...
  • Clark, Benjamin Y.; Brown, Anne (Social Science Research Network, 2020-11-02)
    Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) will impose challenges on cities that are currently difficult to fully envision yet critical to begin addressing. This research makes an incremental step toward quantifying the impacts that AVs ...
  • Clark, Benjamin Y.; Transportation Research and Education Center, Portland State University (Portland State University, 2019-05)
    The challenges that Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) will impose upon cities are both currently difficult to fully envision and critical to begin to address. This report makes an incremental step toward quantifying the impacts ...
  • 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 ...
  • Steckler, Becky (Urbanism Next, 2019-10)
    This purpose of this report is to help the cities of Gresham, Oregon and Eugene, Oregon understand the potential impacts of new mobility technologies—with an emphasis on autonomous vehicles (AVs)—and prepare a policy ...
  • Howell, Amanda; Larco, Nico; Lewis, Rebecca; Steckler, Becky (University of Oregon, 2019-03)
    This report categorizes and summarizes efforts that are already underway in cities across the world to rethink curb management, to outline the key takeaways from the one-day workshop that involved city staff from Portland, ...
  • Fraade-Blanar, Laura; Larco, Nico; Best, Ryan; Swift, Tiffany; Blumenthal, Marjory S. (University of Oregon, 2021-02)
    The premise that autonomous vehicles will address older adults’ immobility is not a given. As argued in the Public Policy Institute’s publication Universal Mobility-as-a-Service, public- and private-sector actors need ...
  • Steckler, Becky; Coia, Juliette; Howell, Amanda; Kaplowitz, Grace; Stoll, Matthew; Yang, Huajie (University of Oregon, 2020-04)
    The purpose of this study is to go beyond cataloging pilot projects to determine the lessons learned, emerging trends and considerations, and examples of promising practices from pilot projects in the United States and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Steckler, Becky; Hess, Rachel; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2022-08)
    This policy brief summarizes some of the key findings from a comprehensive literature review (submitted for publication) on the impact of shared mobility services and GHG emissions.
  • Larco, Nico; Howell, Amanda; Leavitt, Mason; Carlton, Ian; Kim, James (University of Oregon, 2023-02)
    An often-claimed benefit of autonomous vehicle (AV) deployment has been its reduction on parking demand and the potential impact this could have on development. If demand for parking is drastically reduced by the deployment ...
  • Larco, Nico (2022-02-02)
    Chair Norton, Ranking Member Davis, and Subcommittee Members, thank you for this opportunity to testify on the future of automated vehicles and the impacts they could have on communities throughout the country. My name ...

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