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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
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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... Read More →
QZ

Qidong Zhao

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

Co-Authors
avatar for Ayoung Woo

Ayoung Woo

Associate Professor, Sejong 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 CDT
Contessa B (Contessa 2nd Floor)