Rachel Weinberger
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Is the curb 80% full or 20% empty? Assessing the impacts of San Francisco’s parking pricing experiment
A Millard-Ball, RR Weinberger, RC Hampshire
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 63, 76-92, 2014
Light rail proximity: Benefit or detriment in the case of Santa Clara County, California?
RR Weinberger
Transportation Research Record 1747 (1), 104-113, 2001
Death by a thousand curb-cuts: Evidence on the effect of minimum parking requirements on the choice to drive
R Weinberger
Transport policy 20, 93-102, 2012
Understanding auto motives
T Schwanen, K Lucas
Auto motives: Understanding car use behaviours, 3-38, 2011
US parking policies: An overview of management strategies
R Weinberger, J Kaehny, M Rufo
Residential off-street parking impacts on car ownership, vehicle miles traveled, and related carbon emissions: New York City case study
R Weinberger, M Seaman, C Johnson
Transportation Research Record 2118 (1), 24-30, 2009
Unpacking preference: How previous experience affects auto ownership in the United States
R Weinberger, F Goetzke
Urban studies 47 (10), 2111-2128, 2010
Separating contextual from endogenous effects in automobile ownership models
F Goetzke, R Weinberger
Environment and Planning A 44 (5), 1032-1046, 2012
Integrating walkability into planning practice
R Weinberger, MN Sweet
Transportation research record 2322 (1), 20-30, 2012
Commercial Property Values and Proximity to Light Rail: Calculating Benefits with a Hedonic Price Model
R Weinberger
Transportation Research Board 79th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC January, 9-13, 2000
Rising gas price and transit ridership: case study of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DW Maley, R Weinberger
Transportation research record 2139 (1), 183-188, 2009
Auto motives: understanding car use behaviours
K Lucas, E Blumenberg, R Weinberger
Emerald Group Publishing, 2011
Guaranteed Parking─ Guaranteed Driving
R Weinberger, M Seaman, C Johnson, J Kaehny
New York: Transportation Alternatives. http://www. transalt. org/files/news …, 2008
Suburbanizing the city: how New York City parking requirements lead to more driving
R Weinberger, M Seaman, C Johnson
Comment on Pierce and Shoup: Evaluating the impacts of performance-based parking
A Millard-Ball, R Weinberger, R Hampshire
Journal of the American Planning Association 79 (4), 330-336, 2013
Trip and parking generation at transit-oriented developments: Five US case studies
R Ewing, G Tian, T Lyons, K Terzano
Landscape and Urban Planning 160, 69-78, 2017
Men, women, job sprawl, and journey to work in the Philadelphia region
R Weinberger
Public works management & policy 11 (3), 177-193, 2007
Public parking fees and fines: A survey of US cities
AH Auchincloss, R Weinberger, S Aytur, A Namba, A Ricchezza
Public Works Management & Policy 20 (1), 49-59, 2015
Commercial property value and proximity to light rail: a Hedonic price application
RR Weinberger
Drivers of auto-ownership: the role of past experience and peer pressure
R Weinberger, F Goetzke
Auto motives: Understanding car use behaviors, 121-135, 2011
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