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Friday, March 21 • 4:05pm - 5:25pm
FR4.08 Walkability and Pedestrian Infrastructure in the City

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Moderator: Kenneth Joh, Texas A&M University

  • The Role of Built Environment on Social Interaction
    Hee-Jung Jun, University of West Georgia; Misun Hur, East Carolina University

  • Multifamily Housing and Walkable Neighborhoods: Assessing Economic and Social Equity Impacts
    Kenneth Joh, Texas A&M University; Wei Li, Texas A&M University; Chanam Lee, Texas A&M University; Jun-Hyun Kim, Texas A&M University; Han Park, Texas A&M University; Ayoung Woo, Texas A&M University

  • From Car-Dependent Neighborhoods To Walkers’ Paradise: Estimating Walkability Premiums in the Condominium Housing Market
    Wei Li, Texas A&M University; Kenneth Joh, Texas A&M University; Chanam Lee, Texas A&M University; Jun-Hyun Kim, Texas A&M University; Han Park, Texas A&M University; Ayoung Woo, Texas A&M University

  • Infrastructure for Walkability: Is the Goal Place-making or Creating Safe Pedestrian Networks?
    Kathleen Meghan Wieters, University of Oklahoma

  • Pedestrian Zones and Traffic System ——Comparative Analysis of Pedestrian Zones in German, American and Chinese Cities
    Qidong Zhao, Chongqing University; Haoyan Wei, Chongqing University




Presenters
KJ

Kenneth Joh

Texas A&M University
HJ

Hee-Jung Jun

University of West Georgia
WL

Wei Li

Texas A&M University
avatar for Kathleen Meghan Wieters

Kathleen Meghan Wieters

University of Oklahoma
This will be my second year at UAA and I am excited to meet more people! I am very interested in perspectives from different disciplines on how we can encourage our communities to value equity issues -- access to land uses, access to transportation options, access to health care, and safe, healthy places to live for all incomes and people.
QZ

Qidong Zhao

Graduate Student, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Chongqing University

Co-Authors
avatar for Ayoung Woo

Ayoung Woo

Texas A&M University
CL

Chanam Lee

Texas A&M University
HP

Han Park

Texas A&M University
HW

Haoyan Wei

Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Chongqing University
JK

Jun-Hyun Kim

Texas A&M University
KJ

Kenneth Joh

Texas A&M University
MH

Misun Hur

East Carolina University
WL

Wei Li

Texas A&M University

Moderators
KJ

Kenneth Joh

Texas A&M University

Friday March 21, 2014 4:05pm - 5:25pm
Contessa B (Contessa 2nd Floor)