Daniel Piatkowski
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Community design, street networks, and public health
WE Marshall, DP Piatkowski, NW Garrick
Journal of Transport & Health 1 (4), 326-340, 2014
892014
Not all prospective bicyclists are created equal: The role of attitudes, socio-demographics, and the built environment in bicycle commuting
DP Piatkowski, WE Marshall
Travel behaviour and society 2 (3), 166-173, 2015
802015
Accounting for the short term substitution effects of walking and cycling in sustainable transportation
DP Piatkowski, KJ Krizek, SL Handy
Travel behaviour and society 2 (1), 32-41, 2015
582015
Using inductive loops to count bicycles in mixed traffic
K Nordback, DP Piatkowski, BN Janson, WE Marshall, KJ Krizek, DS Main
352011
Measuring the impacts of bike-to-work day events and identifying barriers to increased commuter cycling
D Piatkowski, R Bronson, W Marshall, KJ Krizek
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 141 (4), 04014034, 2015
332015
Sustainable transportation infrastructure investments and mode share changes: A 20-year background of Boulder, Colorado
A Henao, D Piatkowski, KS Luckey, K Nordback, WE Marshall, KJ Krizek
Transport Policy 37, 64-71, 2015
332015
Carrots versus sticks: assessing intervention effectiveness and implementation challenges for active transport
DP Piatkowski, WE Marshall, KJ Krizek
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (1), 50-64, 2019
302019
Scofflaw bicycling: Illegal but rational
WE Marshall, D Piatkowski, A Johnson
Journal of transport and land use 10 (1), 805-836, 2017
152017
Identifying behavioral norms among bicyclists in mixed-traffic conditions
DP Piatkowski, W Marshall, A Johnson
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 46, 137-148, 2017
142017
‘New’versus ‘Old’Urbanism: A comparative analysis of travel behavior in large-scale New Urbanist communities and older, more established neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado
D Piatkowski, WE Marshall
Urban Design International 19 (3), 228-245, 2014
112014
Community bicycle workshops and “invisible cyclists” in Brussels
S Batterbury, I Vandermeersch
Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation, 189-202, 2016
102016
Can web-based community engagement inform equitable planning outcomes? A case study of bikesharing
D Piatkowski, W Marshall, N Afzalan
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urbaná…, 2017
92017
Bicycling for transportation: An evidence-base for communities
M Bopp, D Sims, D Piatkowski
Elsevier, 2018
82018
Advancing discussions of cycling interventions based on social justice
K Martens, D Piatkowski, KJ Krizek, K Luckey
Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation, 86-99, 2016
72016
Walking and cycling’s role in addressing climate change: Accounting for the substitution effect
KJ Krizek, S Handy, D Piatkowski
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2011
72011
Safe streets for all? Analyzing infrastructural response to pedestrian and cyclist crashes in New York City, 2009–2018
H Rebentisch, R Wasfi, DP Piatkowski, K Manaugh
Transportation research record 2673 (2), 672-685, 2019
62019
We count what we care about: Advancing a framework for valuing investments in active modes
D Piatkowski, W Marshall
Research in Transportation Business & Management 29, 63-70, 2018
42018
Bicycle Backlash: Qualitative examination of aggressive driver–bicyclist interactions
DP Piatkowski, W Marshall, AS Johnson
Transportation research record 2662 (1), 22-30, 2017
42017
Identifying Impacts of Interventions Aimed at Promoting Walking and Cycling; Directions for Increasing Non-motorized Transportation in US Cities
DP Piatkowski
University of Colorado Denver, 2013
32013
Testing Inductive-loop Bicycle Counters on Shared Roadways
K Nordback, D Piatkowski, BN Janson, W Marshall, KJ Krizek, D Main
Transportation Research Board 90th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2011
32011
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