Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
University Transportation Centers Program - Full (Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Ph.D., Cornell University
Dr. Grengs's research focuses on transportation planning and how metropolitan land-use patterns contribute to uneven economic development and social disparities. His work argues for improving transportation outcomes by reforming land-use policies with the aim of advancing social equity and environmental protection.
Wang, Xiaoguang, Joe Grengs, and Lidia Kostyniuk. 2014. "Using a GPS Data Set to Examine the Effects of the Built Environment along Commuting Routes on Travel Outcomes." Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 140(4): 04014009. DOI. Abstract.
Wang, Xiaoguang, Joe Grengs, and Lidia Kostyniuk. 2013. "Visualizing Travel Patterns with a GPS Dataset: How Commuting Routes Influence Non-Work Travel Behavior." Journal of Urban Technology, 20(3): 105-125. DOI. Abstract.
Levine, Jonathan, Joe Grengs, Qingyun Shen, and Qing Shen. 2012. "Does accessibility require density or speed? A comparison of fast versus close in getting where you want to go in US metropolitan regions." Journal of the American Planning Association, 78(2): 157-172. DOI. Abstract.
Grengs, Joe, Jonathan Levine, Qing Shen, and Qingyun Shen. 2010. "Intermetropolitan Comparison of Transportation Accessibility: Sorting Out Mobility and Proximity in San Francisco and Washington, D.C." Journal of Planning Education and Research, 29(4): 427-443. DOI. Abstract.