2020. Quantifying Social Isolation and Healthy Coping Strategies Using Fitness App Data. University of Nebraska Lincoln COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Program: PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD; Co-PIs: Eric North, PhD & Fadi Alsaleem, PhD.
2019. Preparing for a driverless future. Research Grant Number TSPTI-02, Nebraska Department of Roads: PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD; Co-PIs: Santosh Pitla, PhD & Joe Luck, PhD.
2019. Investing in bicycle infrastructure to spur statewide economic growth through bicycle tourism. Research Grant Number TSPTI-05, Nebraska Department of Roads: PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD; Co-PI: Fadi Alsaleem, PhD.
2019. A big data approach for improving Nebraska bicycle routes. Research Grant Number TSPTI-03, Nebraska Department of Roads: PI: Fadi Alsaleem, PhD; Co-PI:Daniel Piatkowski, PhD.
2018. Age-Related Transportation Challenges. University of Nebraska Lincoln Layman Seed Award. PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD.
2017. Research on School Zone Safety. Research Grant Number TSPTI-10, Nebraska Department of Roads: PI: Aemal Khattak, PhD; Co-PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD.
2017. Restricted Crossings on Rural Highways. Research Grant Number TSPTI-05, Nebraska Department of Roads: PI: John Sangster, PhD; Co-PI: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD.
2016. American Planning Association Plan4Health Grant awarded to the Nebraska Chapter of the American Planning Association. Project Manager: Julie Harris; Planning Representative: Derek Miller, AICP; Public Health Representative: Andy Wessel, MPH; Task for Members: Daniel Piatkowski, PhD, and Brandon Grimm, PhD.
2015. National Science Foundation – Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) Targeted Infusion Project in Interdisciplinary Transportation Studies. Co-PIs: Niranjan, S., Lambright, J; Contributors: Piatkowski, D., Mustafa, M.
2020. Piatkowski, Daniel, & Wesley Marshall. More than just the helmet: The relationship between bicycle helmet use and non-bicycling risk-taking behaviors among American adolescents. The Journal of Travel Behaviour and Society. 20, 313-321.
2020. Piatkowski, Daniel. Exploring Support for and Solutions to Family CABs (Chauffeur-Associated Burdens). Transportation Research Record (in press)
2019. Rebentisch, Hannah. Rania Wasfi, Daniel Piatkowski, & Kevin Manaugh. Safe Streets for all? A Longitudinal analysis of the infrastructural response to pedestrian and cycling injuries and fatalities between 2009 and 2018 in New York City. Transportation Research Record. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198118821672
2018. Piatkowski, Daniel, & Wesley Marshall. We Count What We Care About: Advancing a framework for valuing investments in active modes. Research in Transportation Business and Management (Special Issue: "[Re]-Evaluating How We Value Investments in Transportation"). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rtbm.2018.04.001.
2018. Piatkowski, Daniel, Wesley Marshall, & Aaron Johnson. Bicycle Backlash: A Qualitative Examination of Aggressive Driver-Bicyclist Interactions. Transportation Research Record. doi: 10.3141/2662-03.
2018. Marshall, Wesley, Daniel Piatkowski, & Aaron Johnson. Scofflaw Bicycling: Illegal but rational. The Journal of Transport and Land Use, 11 (1), 1-31.
2017. Piatkowski, Daniel, Kevin Krizek, & Wesley Marshall. Carrots versus Sticks: Assessing intervention effectiveness and implementation challenges for active transport. The Journal of Planning Education and Research. DOI: 10.1177/0739456X17715306.
2017. Piatkowski, Daniel, Wesley Marshall, & Aaron Johnson. Identifying Behavioral Norms among Bicyclists in Mixed-Traffic Conditions. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, 46, 137-148. doi: 10.1016/j.trf.2017.01.009.
2016. Piatkowski, Daniel, Wesley Marshall & Nader Afzalan. Can Web-based Community Engagement Inform Equitable Planning Outcomes? A Case Study of Bikesharing. The Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability. doi.org/10.1080/17549175.2016.1254672
2015. Piatkowski, Daniel, & Wesley Marshall. Not All Prospective Bicyclists are Created Equal: The role of attitudes, socio-demographics, and the built environment in bicycle commuting. The Journal of Travel Behaviour and Society. 2(3), 166-173. doi:10.1016/j.tbs.2015.02.001.
2015. Piatkowski, Daniel, Kevin Krizek & Susan Handy. Walking and Cycling’s Role in Addressing Climate Change: Accounting for the substitution effect. The Journal of Travel Behaviour and Society. 2(1), 32-41. doi: 10.1016/j.tbs.2014.07.004.
2015. Henao, Alejandro, Daniel Piatkowski, Krista Nordback, Wesley Marshall, & Kevin Krizek. Impacts of Sustainable Transportation Investments in Boulder, CO; 1990-2009. Transport Policy, 37, 64-71. doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2014.09.012.
2014. Piatkowski, Daniel, Rachael Bronson, Wesley Marshall & Kevin Krizek. Measuring the Impacts of Bike to Work Day Events for Different Populations. Journal of Urban Planning and Development. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000239.
2014. Marshall, Wesley, Daniel Piatkowski, & Norman Garrick. Community Design, Street Networks, and Public Health. Journal of Transport and Health (Special issue: “Geography and Active Travel”), 1(4). 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.jth.2014.06.002.
2014. Piatkowski, Daniel & Wesley Marshall. “New” versus “Old” Urbanism: A comparative analysis of travel behavior in large-scale New Urbanist communities and older, more established neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado. Urban Design International, 19, 228-245. doi: 10.1057/udi.2013.30.
2011. Nordback, Krista, Daniel Piatkowski, Bruce Janson, Wesley Marshall, Kevin Krizek, & Debbi Main. Using Inductive Loops to Count Bicycles in Mixed Traffic. Journal of Transportation of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, (2)1, pp.39-56.
2018. Jean-Bopp, Melissa, Dangaia Sims, & Daniel Piatkowski. “Beyond the Bike Lane: Bicycle Promotion for Transportation and Health.” Elsevier Press.
2020. Marshall, W., Norman Garrick, Daniel Piatkowski, David Newton. “Street Networks and Health” in Transportation and Health. Elsevier Press (Forthcoming).
2016. Martens, Karel, Daniel Piatkowski, Kevin Krizek, & Kara Luckey. “Advancing Discussions of Cycling Interventions Based on Social Justice” in Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation: Biking for All? Editors: Aaron Golub, Melody Hoffman, Adonia Lugo, Gerardo Francisco Sandoval. Rutledge Press.
2012. Review of Tumlin, Jeffrey. Sustainable Transportation Planning: Tools for creating vibrant, healthy, and resilient communities. Wiley and Sons. Appeared in The Berkeley Planning Journal (25).
2018. Contributing Writer. Emerge: Luna City 2175. Immersive theatrical experience as part of the Emerge: Festival of the Futures. School for the Future of Innovation in Society; Arizona State University. March 17, 2018.
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
2019. Piatkowski, Daniel. "Too Old to Drive? The Role of Walkable Places and New Technologies in Addressing Age-related Driving Cessation." Peer-reviewed conference paper.
2018. Piatkowski, Daniel. “Safe, Efficient, Self-driving Cars Could Block Walkable, Livable Communities.” The Conversation(https://theconversation.com/safe-efficient-self-driving-cars-could-block-walkable-livable-communities-103583).
2017. Piatkowski, Daniel. “To Save New Urbanism From #MAGA, it's Time to Get Political.” Planetizen(https://www.planetizen.com/node/92993/save-new-urbanism-maga-its-time-get-political).
2017. Luckey, Kara & Daniel Piatkowski. “A stubborn reliance on facts
Research papers on topics ranging from climate change to transportation are presented at CNU 25, supporting evidence-based practice.” Public Square, A CNU Journal. (https://www.cnu.org/publicsquare/2017/05/24/stubborn-reliance-facts).
2015. Piatkowski, Daniel, Wesley Marshall & Nader Afzalan. Does Crowdsourcing Community Engagement Lead to Equitable Transportation? The application of web-based tools to inform bikeshare system development.
2014. Steer Davies Gleave, with Kevin J. Krizek and Daniel Piatkowski. The Economic Impact of Cycling in the Pikes Peak Region. Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments. White Paper:
2010. Wroth, Roy, Kevin Donahue & Daniel Piatkowski. Neighborhood Handbook for Second Street and the Triangle District Neighborhoods. Wroth Urbanists, Sante Fe, New Mexico: