PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

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. Accepted for Publication.

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"). In Press.

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. 

BOOK

2018. Jean-Bopp, Melissa, Dangaia Sims, & Daniel Piatkowski. “Beyond the Bike Lane: Bicycle Promotion for Transportation and Health.” Elsevier Press.

BOOK CHAPTER

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.

BOOK REVIEW

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).

COLLABORATIVE PROJECT

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

 

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. Conferenence Paper. http://www.cnu.org/sites/default/files/bikeshare_equity_cnu_rr_final.pdf.  

 

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: http://www.trailsandopenspaces.org/2015/04/29/economic-benefits-of-cycling/  

 

2010. Wroth, Roy, Kevin Donahue & Daniel Piatkowski. Neighborhood Handbook for Second Street and the Triangle District Neighborhoods. Wroth Urbanists, Sante Fe, New Mexico: http://rwup.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Handbook-reading-copy.pdf.