I am pleased to be joining the esteemed editorial board of Applied Geography!
Congratulations to Sean Reid and Tyler Larson for receiving Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program grants to work in the Farber lab. They will both be working on issues of accessibility and health.
I am very excited to share the news that my new project, Connecting People to Places – Spatiotemporal Analysis of Transit Supply Using Travel-Time Cubes, has been awarded by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities! How exciting!
Congrats again to Ben Ritter, Vy Nguyen, Sean Reid, and Tyler Larson for their success in this year’s funding competition.
Congratulations to Vy Nguyen, Ben Ritter, Sean Reid and Tyler Larson for bringing home transportation research fellowships! Now get to work! 🙂
After 3 excruciating rounds of revisions, my paper with Manuel Ruiz and Antonio Paez, Testing for spatial independence using similarity relations has been accepted for publication in Geographical Analysis. I hope this doesn’t put an end to my week-long work trips on the Spanish Riviera.
- Social Equity in Distance-Based Transit Fares – Steven Farber, Keith Bartholomew, Xiao Li, Antonio Paez and Khandker Nurul Habib.
- Spatiotemporal Accessibility to Supermarkets Using Public Transit: Interaction Potential Approach in Cincinnati, Ohio – Michael Widener, Steven Farber, Mark Horner and Tijs Neutens.
- Compact Development and Preference Heterogeneity in Residential Location Choice Behavior: Latent Class Analysis – Haifeng (Felix) Liao and Steven Farber