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Urban Planning Academics and Twitter: Who and what?

Abstract Twitter has increasingly become a resource used by academics to share scholarship and opinions within professional networks. This paper presents a descriptive analysis of Twitter use by urban planning faculty, reporting characteristics of users, the topics posted, and indicators … Continue reading

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2020 Urban Planning Scholarly Citations: An Update

I just finished the process of updating faculty rosters for planning programs – thanks to many department/program chairs. Along with doing that, I updated the citation numbers and H-indices for individual faculty members. My 2020 database includes 109 schools in … Continue reading

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Social Network Analysis of TRB Standing Committees

The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the interconnectedness of TRB standing committees using social network analysis.  Analyzing co-membership of these research committees indicates the degree to which committees have the potential to collaborate and share information.  The TRB … Continue reading

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Journal of Planning Literature

John L. Renne, Thomas W. Sanchez, and Todd Litman Carless and Special Needs Evacuation Planning: A Literature Review Journal of Planning Literature November 2011 26: 420-431, first published on October 10, 2011 doi:10.1177/0885412211412315

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Progressive Planner

Fall 2011 Transportation, Accessibility and Equity Feature Articles Public Transit’s Imperiled Future (153 KB) By Lisa Schweitzer Getting There: Putting Accessibility into Practice for Progressive Transportation Planning By Jonathan Levine and Joe Grengs What is Transportation Equity? By Tom Sanchez … Continue reading

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